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12 March 2018

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MARCH 2019

 

4 March 2019

 

CHANGES TO INDUSTRY TRAINING

Public Meetings

We have been advised of a number of meetings that will take place throughout the country in March with regards to the Government’s proposed changes to HITO and on-job training for hairdressing, barbering and beauty therapy.

 

This is a perfect opportunity to have all your questions answered.

 

The following dates and venues have been confirmed:

Auckland Central
Sunday 3 March 5.30pm
Parnell Trust Jubilee Centre, Pukekawa-Bledisloe Room, 545 Parnell Road

Whangarei
Monday 4 March 5.30pm
Vivo, 16 Rathbone Street

Nelson
Wednesday 6 March 7.30am
The Hotel Nelson, 40 Waimea Road

Christchurch
Wednesday 6 March 6.00pm
Russley Golf Club, 428 Memorial Ave

South Auckland
Monday 11 March
(To be confirmed)

Hamilton
Wednesday 13 March 6.00pm
Novotel Hamilton Tainui, 7 Alma Street

Dunedin
Friday 15 March 7.30am
Distinction Hotel, 6 Liverpool Street

New Plymouth
Sunday 17 March 6.00pm
Novotel Hotel, Cnr Hobson and Leach Streets

Whanganui
Monday 18 March 12.30pm
151 on London Conference Room, 151 London Street

Palmerston North
Monday 18 March 6.00pm
Distinction Hotel, 175 Cuba Street

Tauranga
Wednesday 20 March 6.00pm
Hotel Armitage, 9 Willow Street

Timaru
Sunday 24 March 10.30am
Comfort Hotel Benvenue, 16 – 22 Evans Street

Invercargill
Monday 25 March 5.30pm
Kelvin Hotel Conference Room, 20 Kelvin St

25 February 2019

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Re: Vocational Education Reform

The Government has presented a proposal to reform the current vocational education system, including apprenticeship training and training offered by Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics.

At this point, it is only a proposal and there is a six-week consultation period to get feedback from students and industries.

For further information in regards to the proposed changes and links for feedback submission, please visit the Ministry of Education website, through the link below.

We recommend you be a part of this conversation for the future of our industry.

https://conversation.education.govt.nz/conversations/reform-of-vocational-education/have-your-say

 

NZARBP