Schools to hold local vocational careers and pathway events
The events will be held across the schooling period between term 1 2020 and term 2 of 2021.
A funding round was established in 2019 for kura, state and state-integrated schools, and kāhui ako to run vocational education events. This funding is part of a comprehensive plan to strengthen vocational education and address skills gap.
Funding has now been allocated to successful applicants, with each school getting a $3000 grant to support them in running their own events. These events will target Year 7-13 students, their teachers and whanau, and will enable them to connect to, and explore vocational careers and pathways.
These events vary from each school, and can be a single event or a series of smaller events. For more information and to find out the events happening across New Zealand, go to the Education to Employment page.
Education to Employment(external link)
Read more about the Government's plans to bridge the skills gap: further three initiatives announced to fix skills gap(external link)
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