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Found in Government A-Z / Ministry of Youth Development
They help young people, aged between 12 and 24 years old, to use their knowledge, skills and experience to participate confidently in their communities.
Found in Government A-Z / National Advisory Council on the Employment of Women
They have identified 3 priority areas: increasing the employment participation of key groups of women improving the utilisation of women’s skills and experience in employment increasing women’s participation in non-traditional employment.
Found in Government A-Z / Te Wānanga o Aotearoa
Choose from courses in: small business and computing social work and teaching te reo and tikanga Māori trades and professional skills health and fitness English for speakers of other languages Māori and indigenous arts.
Found in Government A-Z / Serious Fraud Office
They focus on serious fraud which may include: 1 victim or many victims alleged fraud of generally more than $2 million fraud so complicated that it needs special skills and resources to investigate it people who are in positions of high public interest bribery and corruption.
Found in Government A-Z / Careers New Zealand
Careers New Zealand is now owned and maintained by the Tertiary Education Commission. Careers NZ are responsible for supporting New Zealanders' to have the skills, knowledge and training opportunities for lifelong success.
Found in Government A-Z / Agricultural and Marketing Research and Development Trust
AGMARDT invests in the following areas: helping businesses to understand their markets and to identify opportunities for growth and collaboration supporting innovation by funding research and technology development developing management capability and governance skills within the sector attracting international keynote speakers and experts to speak at New Zealand conferences and forums.…
Found in Government A-Z / Te Pūkenga
As New Zealand’s largest tertiary education provider, Te Pūkenga works with employers and learners and brings together on-the-job, on campus, and online vocational education and training.
Found in Government A-Z / Work and Income
They help people get jobs by providing: workshops and practical advice for getting work training, seminars or work experience to build up confidence and skills grants and subsidies to encourage employers to provide work income support to help people get into, and stay in work practical support for people with the right experience to start…
Found in Education / Training and apprenticeships / Apprenticeships
With an apprenticeship, you can earn money while getting skills and qualifications.
Found in Government A-Z / Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
They play a central role in shaping and delivering a strong economy by delivering policy, services, advice and regulation to support business growth.