Tuesday 6 March

Vodafone’s innovative approach to boost women in technology

Vodafone is today launching a three pronged strategy to address worryingly low levels of representation of women in New Zealand technology companies…

Students, staff and tertiary education sector leaders call for change

tudents, staff, and institutional leaders represented at the Voices from Tertiary Education forum on 1 March 2018 at Manukau Institute of Technology, have called on the Minister for Education, Chris Hipkins, to develop a new funding model for vocational education and training that meets the needs of all New Zealanders…

International students left in limbo after NZIE course is shut down

International business students at an Auckland tertiary college have been left in limbo after one of its courses was shut down…

 

Apprenticeships not just for the trades

Apprenticeships not just for the trades as youth work sector gains its own…

More Kiwi kids brought up on tech can’t hold a pencil

Experts have seen six-year-olds with the handwriting ability of typical two-year-olds as kids spend less time using pencils and more time on computers…

University of Waikato scores ‘InfoSec milestone’ as NZ’s first (ISC)² training provider

(ISC)² has now certified the University of Waikato as the first official New Zealand cybersecurity education training provider that can now offer the global (ISC)² certification to candidates…

Will Labour repeat Nats’ fail mark on NCEA?

“The New Zealand Initiative’s new report Spoiled By Choice is a severe indictment on the National Party, whose targets for NCEA pass rates severely distorted the system, and a massive challenge for Labour, who are now promising change”, says ACT Leader David Seymour…

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