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Ako Aotearoa
Ako Aotearoa

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6–7 September 2016

Jointly hosted with the Association of Pacific Staff in Tertiary Education (APSTE), we are pleased to announce the date for the 2016 Pacific Tertiary Education Forum. 

The goal of this fono is both to initiate change processes and to provide a basis for development, discussion, and action. 

Ako Aotearoa and the Industry Training Federation will host the 2016 New Zealand Vocational Education and Training Research Forum in Wellington on 18 and 19 October. 

Ako Aotearoa has released two reports highlighting the diverse range of health and e-learning projects it has funded in recent years.

Educating health practitioners – what works? - highlighting 27 projects, was prepared for Ako Aotearoa by Anne Alkema, Heathrose Research Ltd.

e-Learning in tertiary education – covering 38 e-learning-related projects, was undertaken by Stephen Marshall and Deb Shepherd of Catch 22 Partnership.

The reports are available in PDF format for free download and can be purchased in print from the Ako Aotearoa website.

Partnering with the Ministry for Women, we are very pleased to announce the release of a new request for proposals (RFP).

We are looking to co-fund a project (or projects) that will explore new approaches and/or interventions that support the success of women in studying for and beginner their career in trades or STEM subjects where they are traditionally under-represented.

Through the National Project Fund, we are seeking to support applications that are innovative, inclusive and generalisable i.e. that have the potential for sharing successful work across organisations and, ideally, sub-sectors.