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The following is a high-level road map of the phases involved with the transition of industry training organisations (TITOs) arranging training functions.

Te Wānanga o Aotearoa (TWoA) have been engaged in the discovery phase to determine what could be possible in relation to the transitions, as well as the design and development of possible transition models for TWoA to consider.

Four organisations are transitioning into Te Pūkenga by 2021, the remaining are currently working towards finalising their moves before the September 22, 2021, submission deadline.

TWoA remains in discussions with all TITOs to determine possible transition options and post-transition opportunities.

The remaining formalised transition will need to be completed and implemented December 2022, with post-transition plans then set to being delivered from 2023.

The RoVE Road Map for TITOs
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Published On: 13 September, 2021

Article By: Travis Timoko



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