You can find our legal framework, our corporate documents and our policies here.
Corporate documents and publications
Our corporate documents explain what we are expected to do, how we will accomplish what is expected of us, and our reporting on what we have achieved.
The Minister of Education has made his expectations of NZIST known through his Letter of Expectation.
The Minister of Education has outlined Crown funding arrangements in his NZIST Funding letter.
In May 2020, we published seven Mobilising the New World interim reports and invited feedback. We’ve now summarised that feedback to produce the Mobilising the New World Summary of Feedback. This valuable feedback, that NZIST’s Council has reviewed, can now be used as additional input for the transformation of New Zealand's vocational education sector, including informing the development of NZIST’s operating model.
About Mobilising the New World
Seven working groups consisting of 76 people from across the vocational education sector were established by the IST Establishment Board to consider the future of the vocational education once NZIST came into existence. The working groups were asked to think about the future of the provision of vocational education.
While the world has shifted due to the 2019 COVID-19 pandemic since these reports were compiled, they are still relevant and important as we navigate our way towards a different way of providing vocational education.
The Mobilising the New World Reports can be found here:
Our legal framework
We were established as a Statutory Crown Entity on 1 April 2020 by Act of New Zealand Parliament. You can read about the legislation that created our organisation, the legislation that guides us and our Charter here.
We were established by the Education (Vocational Education and Training Reform) Amendment Act 2020.
We are guided by these Acts:
- Education and Training Act 2020 (the Education Act)
- Crown Entities Act 2004 (the Crown Entities Act)
- State Sector Act 1988 (the State Sector Act)
- Public Finance Act 1989 (the Public Finance Act)
- Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987 (LGOIMA)
- Official Information Act 1982 (OIA)
- Privacy Act 1993 (Privacy Act)
We are expected to give effect to our Charter.
Our policies help our people, our learners, the employers we work with, the companies who supply us and our stakeholders understand what they can expect of us, and what we can appropriately expect of them. These policies have been approved by Te Pūkenga Council. As our Council considers other important policies, they will be added to this list.
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