This week, Competenz received the final full and unconditional approval from the Tertiary Education Commission to transition to become a business division of the newly created Work-based Learning (WBL) Subsidiary of Te Pūkenga on 02 August 2021.
You can read the Transition Plan here.
A massive amount of work has gone into preparing for our transition since RoVE was first announced in February 2019, and while we’re not quite at the finish line yet, we do want to thank everyone who has contributed so far. This includes our staff, employers, key stakeholders, and industry associations, who have all generously given their time and honest feedback when we have engaged with them in consultation. It is deeply appreciated.
If you have any questions about RoVE or our approved transition plan, please get in touch via our dedicated email address.
A new joint project set up by Te Pūkenga is tasked with ensuring that ākonga/learners are at the centre of the system.
On International Women’s Day Competenz is calling for more women to enter the trades and redress the gender imbalance and pay inequity.
Opal is a manufacturer of corrugated fibre packaging for a wide range of customers in the food, wine, industrial and beverage industries. Bruce Coombe is Opal’s Technical Supervisor and has been with the company for the past 32 years, and a workplace apprentices assessor for Competenz for 20 years.