Te ārahi i te whakahaere mātauranga matua nui rawa o Aotearoa
Ko te kaitiaki o Te Pūkenga ko tōna Kaunihera, ā, ko te kaitiaki o ngā whakahaere āpiti 16 ko ō reira Poari Kaiārahi.
Te Pūkenga Council
Ko Murray Strong tētahi o ngā kaiwhakahaere motuhake, ko ia hoki te Heamana, ā, he mema hoki ia o te Institutue of Directors i Aotearoa. He tautōhito hoki a Mr Strong i ngā mahi kaitiaki, whakahaere hoki i roto i ngā rāngai maha pēnei i te mātauranga matua.
Ko ia te Kaiwhakahaere Matua o te Uepū Whakawhāriki, i mahitahi ia me ngā manga mahi katoa, ngā kaiwhaipānga me ngā mahi whakatakoto ara hou.
Ko ia hoki te heamana o te Centre of Digital Excellence i Ōtepoti.
Ko Tania Hodges JP (Ngāti Pāhauwera, Ngāti Ranginui, Ngāti Hauā, Tuwharetoa, Maniapoto, Kahungunu) te Kaiwhakahaere Matua o Digital Indigenous.Com Ltd, ā ko tāna he tohutohu mō te kaitiakitanga me te kaiārahitanga, te whanaketanga rautaki, te hurihanga whakahaerenga, ngā hononga ā-Māori ā-Iwi hoki me te whanaketanga ā-hapori. Kua whai MBA a Ms Hodges me tētahi tohu mātauranga mō ngā tikanga ā-iwi, rangahau pakihi me te reo Māori hei tāpiritanga ki tana tohu Registered Psychiatric Nursing.
Peter WinderKo Peter Winder he Kaiwhakahaere Matua o McGredy Winder & Co.
He kopounga ā-Minita ia, he Heamana hoki o Manakau Institute of Technology mai i 2013, ā, ko ia tētahi mema o te Kōmiti Tohutohu ki te Kaikōmihana i Unitec.
Ko ia hoki te Kaiwhakahaere Mātāmua o te Kaunihera ā-Rohe o Tāmaki Makaurau (2005-2010) me Te Kāhui Kaunihera o Aotearoa (2001-2003).
Ko ia te Kaiwhakahaere Karauna o te Kaunihera ā-Rohe o Kaipara, ā, he mema hoki ia o te Kōmiti Risk and Audit o Te Kawa Mataaho.
Maryann GeddesKo Maryann Geddes te Kaiwhakahaere ā-Rōpū mo te Whatitata me te Tautukunga ki Skyline Enterprises, i Wakatipu. Kua mahi ia i Skyline mai i 1994, he mema poari ia o ServiceIQ.
Ko ētahi atu tūranga kaitiaki ōna ko RNZRSA, ko te Tōpūtanga o te Rāngai Tūruhi, te Tōpūtanga Kaitukumahi ki Ōtepoti me Murihiku, te Tourism and Travel Training Organisation me te Pūtahi Paerewa Manaaki Tangata.
Ko Kim Ngārimu (Te Aitanga ā Mate, Ngāti Porou) he kaiwhakahaere o Tāua Limited, he kamupene tohutohu kaupapa here tūmatanui me te whakahaere.
I kawea e Mā Ngārimu ētahi tūranga kaiwhakahaere i te rāngai tūmatanui i Te Whanganui-a-Tara.
He mema ia o te Kaunihera Rata o Aotearoa me Te Rōpū Whakamana i Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
Ko ia hoki te Heamana o te Poari Hauora o te Tairāwhiti, he kopounga ā-kaunihera hoki nō Te Aho-a-Māui, te Heamana Tuarua hoki o te Poari Whakawhāriki IST.
He kopounga ā-Minita a Mrs Grant ki te Kaunihera o te Kuratini o Ōtepoti, ā, ko ia te Heamana mai i te tau 2010. I mua ko ia tētahi mema o te Kaunihera o Te Whare Wānanga o Ōtepoti, me te Heamana o te Dunedin College of Edcation.
I 2015, ka kopoua ia e te Minita Hauora hei Kaikōmihana mō te Poari Hauora o Southern District i muri mai i te whakakorenga o te DHB.
John BrockiesHe kaiwhakahaere motuhake tautōhito a John Brockies, ā, kua whai mahi ngaio ia ki ngā tūranga kaiwhakahaere i ngā kamupene nunui o Aotearoa pērā i Siemens me Transfield. Kua mahi hoki hei kaitiaki ki Naylor Love, te Waiāri Project Advisory Board mō Tauranga City Council, te Resolve Group Ltd, me BRANZ.
He kopounga ā-Minita ki te Rōpū Tohutohu a te Kaikōmihana mō Unitec, ā, he mema motuhake hoki ia o te Poari Whakakaupapa RoVE.
Tagaloatele Peggy Fairbairn-DunlopTagaloatele Professor Peggy Fairbairn-Dunlop CNZM is Emeritus Professor at Auckland University of Technology.
Hui ai tō mātou Kaunihera i ia marama. He hui tūmatanui ngā hui Kaunihera, ā, e tuwhera ana ki te marea. Ki te hiahia koe kia tae atu, tēnā koa tuku īmēra atu ki te rōpū whakahaere o te Kaunihera mo ngā tikanga takiuru.
Ngā rā mō ngā hui Kaunihera 2021
Kua whakatauria ngā rā e whai ake mō ngā hui o 2021. Ka whakahoutia te wā me te wāhi mō ia hui i roto i ngā wiki e rua i mua mai i tēnā, i tēnā hui.
|Tūrei 2 Pēpuere||9:00am karaka i te ata Kirikiriroa||Download agenda||Download minutes|
|Tūrei 2 Maehe||9:00am karaka i te ata Ōtepoti||Download agenda||Download minutes|
|Tūrei 6 Āperira||9:30am karaka i te ata Pōneke||Download agenda||Download minutes|
|Wenerei 28 Āperira||2:00pm karaka i te ata Huiata||Download agenda|
|Tūrei 4 Mei||9:00am karaka i te ata Kirikiriroa||Download agenda|
|Tūrei 1 Hune||9:00am karaka i te ata Papaioea||Download agenda||Download minutes|
|Tūrei 6 Hūrae||9:00am karaka i te ata Tairāwhiti||Download agenda||Download minutes|
|Tūrei 3 Ākuhata||9:00am karaka i te ata Kirikiriroa||Download agenda|
|Tūrei 7 Hepetema||9:00am karaka i te ata Huiata||Download agenda|
|Tūrei 5 Oketopa||9:00am karaka i te ata Huiata||Download agenda|
|Tūrei 2 Noema||9:00am karaka i te ata Kirikiriroa|
|Tūrei 7 Tīhema||9:00am karaka i te ata Kirikiriroa|
Ngā Hui Kaunihera 2020
Te Pūkenga is governed by a Council and our 17 subsidiaries are governed by Boards of Directors. Together with Te Pūkenga, they must give effect to our Charter set out in the Education Act.
Our Council is informed by:
- Komiti Māori, which represents Māori learners, whānau, iwi, hapū, communities and employers, will ensure diverse and independent Māori voices influence the development and ongoing activities of Te Pūkenga;
- Learner Advisory Committee which represents our learners’ voices and ensures the needs of learners remain at the centre of everything we do;
- Staff Advisory Committee which represents our staff voice with representatives from each subsidiary;
- Te Poari Akoranga which provides strategic academic direction and leadership.
Komiti Māori, Staff Advisory Committee and Learner Advisory Committee have been established as interim bodies until the end of 2022. Permanent committees will be established for each in early 2023. More detail on each governance body is below.
Māori Advisory Committee (Komiti Māori) will represent Māori learners, their whānau, hapū and iwi, Māori employers, and Māori communities. Members of Komiti Māori are appointed by Te Pūkenga Council on the joint advice of the Chief Executive of Te Pūkenga and the Chair of Mātauranga Iwi Leaders Group. The group of experts provide Council with advice, quality assurance and critical thought leadership. They have been appointed until 31 December 2022 and will make recommendations for the terms, conditions, scope and powers of the permanent Komiti, which will be in place for 2023.
Komiti Māori representatives
- Bentham Ohia – Ngāi Te Rangi, Ngāti Pūkenga, Ngāti Ranginui, Ngāti Te Roro o te Rangi, Te Āti Awa, Ngāti Rārua, Ngai Tahu
- Dr Teorongonui Josie Keelan – Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Awa, Tūhoe
- Glenda Taituha – Waikato, Maniapoto
- Te Pūoho Katene – Ngāti Toa, Ngāti Tama, Ngāti Whatua
- Jasmine Te Hira – Te Rarawa, Ngāpuhi
- Dr Ramari Raureti (Staff Committee Representative) – Te Arawa, Te Whakatōhea
The Staff Advisory Committee will represent our staff voice in the development and review of key strategic matters with our Te Pūkenga Council. The current Interim Committee will also be tasked with designing and testing the Committee framework and processes, ahead of creating a permanent Staff Advisory Committee starting in 2023. Each Te Pūkenga ITP subsidiary has elected a representative to the Staff Committee, and in turn they have elected two Co-Chairs, as well as representatives through to Te Poari Akoranga and the Māori Advisory Committee. Heath Sawyer has been appointed as the Committee representative who will sit on Te Pūkenga Council. Elections for a permanent committee will take place in the second half of 2022.
- Sue Vaughan, Academic Staff Member – NorthTec
- Linda Aumua, Head of School – Healthcare & Social Practice – Unitec | Te Poari Akoranga Representative
- Nippy Paea, Relationships Manager, Te Tari Matauranga Maori – MIT | Co-Chair
- Heath Sawyer, Principal Academic Staff Member – Wintec | Co-Chair
- Ramari Raureti, Māori Success Manager – Toi Ohomai | Maori Advisory Committee Representative
- Scott Casley, Academic Advisor – EIT
- Craig Ludlow, Academic Staff Member – WITT
- Jessica Costall, Academic Staff Member – UCOL
- Henry Ma’alo, Tutor – Whitireia
- Melissa Connolly, HR Advisor – WelTec
- Mary-Liz Broadley, Academic Staff Member – Open Polytechnic | Te Porari Akoranga Representative
- Barry Paterson, Principal Academic Staff Member – NMIT
- Ian MacDonald, Academic Staff Member – Tai Poutini
- Warwick Shillito, Co-Programme Leader Osteopathy – Ara
- Jody Takimoana, Academic Staff Member – Otago Polytechnic
- Angela Cooper, Senior Finance Officer – SIT
The Learner Advisory Committee will represent the voice of learners and help Council keep the needs of learners at the centre. The Committee’s framework draws on elements from our subsidiaries’ learner committees which will be tested ahead of the appointment of a permanent committee in 2023. The Committee is made up of the learner representatives listed below with Jordan Gush having been appointed as the Committee representative who will sit on Te Pūkenga Council.
Interim committee representatives
- Dahrian Watene – NorthTec, Whangarei
- Jordan Gush – BCITO, Wellington
- Ezra Tamati – Otago Polytechnic, Dunedin
- Lupe Kautoke – Unitec Institute of Technology, Auckland
- Nina Lee Griffiths – BCITO, Wellington
- Skyla Flowers – WelTec, Wellington
- Hamish Duncan – Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology, Nelson
- Henry Geary – Open Polytechnic, Napier/Hawkes’ Bay
Te Poari Akoranga
Te Poari Akoranga provides strategic academic direction and leadership, and a national infrastructure to ensure quality, compliance and consistency of teaching and learning.
Te Poari Akoranga strives to reflect the principles of Ōritetanga (tertiary success for everyone), innovation, harmonisation and collaboration across Te Pūkenga academic network.
Members of the public are welcome to attend Te Poari Akoranga open agenda meetings. If you would like to attend, please email for online login details.
The members of Te Poari Akoranga are:
Glynnis Brook – Ara
Neil Carroll – Open Polytechnic
Greg Durkin – BCITO
Lorna Gillespie – Skills Active ITO
Jeanette Grace – Whitireia New Zealand
Kieran Hewitson – Toi Ohomai
Sue Smart – NMIT
Natalie Waran – EIT
Deborah Young – Ara
Te Urikore Biddle – Wintec
Doug Pouwhare – Service IQ
Liz McKenzie – Otago Polytechnic
Dahrian Watene – Learner Representative
Jordan Gush – Learner Representative
Members of the public are welcome to attend Te Poari Akoranga open agenda meetings. If you would like to attend, please email for online login details.
The following dates have been set down for the 2021 meetings of Te Poari Akoranga:
|Wednesday 17 February||Zoom||Download minutes|
|Wednesday 10 March||Zoom||Download minutes|
|Wednesday 14 April||Zoom||Download minutes|
|Wednesday 12 May||Wellington||Download minutes||Download agenda and associated papers|
|Wednesday 9 June||Online||Download minutes||Download agenda and associated papers|
|Wednesday 14 July||Online||Download minutes||Download agenda and associated papers|
|Wednesday 11 August||Wellington||Download minutes||Download agenda and associated papers|
|Wednesday 8 September||Online||Download minutes||Download agenda and associated papers|
|Wednesday 13 October||Online||Download agenda and associated papers|
|Wednesday 10 November||Online||Download agenda and associated papers|
|Wednesday 8 December||TBC||Download agenda and associated papers|
Te Pūkenga Work Based Learning Board
Te Pūkenga Work Based Learning Limited (WBL) is a subsidiary of Te Pūkenga led by Chief Executive Toby Beaglehole.
There are three separately branded business divisions currently within WBL - Competenz, Connexis and BCITO, all headed by a divisional Director. MITO will be joining the whānau as the fourth business division at the beginning of 2022.
John Brockies, Chair
John Brockies is an experienced independent director with a professional background in executive roles in large New Zealand companies such as Siemens and Transfield. His governance experience includes Naylor Love, the Waiāri Project Advisory Board for Tauranga City Council, the Resolve Group Ltd, and BRANZ. He is a member of Te Pūkenga Council. John was a Ministerial appointee to the Commissioner's Advisory Panel for Unitec and was an independent member of the RoVE Programme Board.
Murray is Chair of both Te Pūkenga Council and Centre of Digital Excellence in Dunedin. An independent director and Chair, and a member of the Institute of Directors in New Zealand, he has governance and senior management experience across many sectors including tertiary education. He was the IST Establishment Unit Executive Director, where he was closely involved with all workstreams, key stakeholders and the future direction.
With over 40 years experience in the construction industry, Mike brings an extensive breadth of construction knowledge to the table. Mike is a Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of Building, past Chapter President and National Council member and a Chartered Building Professional. He has gained significant governance experience over 12 years on the BCITO Board, the last six of which as Chair.
He is currently employed by Summerset Management Group as Quality and Risk Manager, overseeing multiple residential and commercial construction projects and leading the Business Support Team. Mike has a passion for “paying it forward” and is focussed on ensuring our trainees get the best start in their careers as they will become the “industry leaders of tomorrow”.
Grant took up his role as chief executive of New Zealand Certified Builders Association in early 2012, after holding the role of chief executive of a not-for-profit organisation in the rescue/service sector. Prior to this, Grant has been involved primarily in the residential building industry for over 25 years – initially in various senior leadership positions for Fletcher Residential, and then subsequently owning his own company focusing on internet technology in the building sector.
Maryann Geddes is the Group Manager Risk and Compliance at Skyline Enterprises, based in Queenstown. She has worked for Skyline since 1994 and is a board member of ServiceIQ. Other governance roles have included RNZRSA, the Tourism Industry Association, the Otago Southland Employers Association, the Aviation, Tourism and Travel Training Organisation and the Hospitality Standards Institute.
Bryn has been the CEO/Founder of Metalcraft Engineering Co. Ltd since 1991. Combining his background of fitter/welder B, trade skills with his natural ability for problem solving and networking, Bryn has overseen the success of Metalcraft Engineering during that time. As well as being a member of WBL Board, he was a Director of Competenz, also currently serves on ARA Board and is the current President of the NZ Manufacturing Export Association, in which roles he is able to support the growth of industry and industry training which he’s very passionate about.
Brian has been a member of the Civil Trades Board since its inception in 2015 and Chair from 2016 to 2020. The Board was formed to develop, implement and administer formal Tradesperson qualifications for the civil infrastructure industry of NZ. He was recently awarded a National Life Membership to Civil Contractors New Zealand (CCNZ) having served on the national executive including a two year term as president. He has spent his entire working life in the civil construction industry.
Vanessa is the current Chair of Te Wānanga o Aotearoa. She is a business consultant, company director and former chief executive in the tourism sector. She sits on a range of commercial, investment and not-for-profit boards, including the Tūaropaki Trust, and is co-chair of forestry land management company CNI Iwi Land Management Ltd. Vanessa was the inaugural chair of Raukawa Iwi Development, a high performing iwi commercial company, and remains a director. She is the former executive chair of the Raukawa Settlement Trust.
The following dates have been set down for the 2021 meetings. The time and venue will be updated at least two weeks prior to each meeting.
|Monday 23 August||12.30pm||Online||download agenda|
|Wednesday 29 September||12.30pm||Online||download agenda|
|Wednesday 27 October||12.30pm||Online||download agenda|
|Thursday 25 November||12.30pm||Online||download agenda|
|Monday 13 December||9.00am||Auckland|
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