Ten new Forestry micro-credentials, developed by Muka Tangata, have been approved by NZQA.
Muka Tangata has been working with representatives and leaders across the food and fibre sector, and from other Workforce Development Councils, to design a new formal leadership course for emerging leaders. We’re now ready for your feedback.
The report provides an update on the export performance and issues affecting New Zealand's food and fibre sector.
Bridging the Gap: Introducing the Sports Turf Industry to our Workforce Development Plans
The biggest source of new entrants in food and fibre industries represented by Muka Tangata are people who have not worked in the industry previously (industry changers).
In early 2024, Muka Tangata will begin two simultaneous qualification development projects for all food and fibre Entry Level and Agriculture qualifications, standards and micro-credentials.
Muka Tangata is working with industry to develop a micro-credential in Log Scaling.
Muka Tangata is working with the irrigation industry to develop new credentials to better support learners and the industry.
Our team has begun work on a Māori Workforce Development Plan (MWDP) for the food and fibre sector and are pleased to release a video introduction to the project.
Our Engagement and Partnerships team attended the New Zealand Wool Classers Association North Island Industry Day
Since October 2022, Muka Tangata have been working with industry to design and develop a new leadership qualification
Together with Waihanga Ara Rau, Muka Tangata is working to develop two micro-credentials for the Forestry Earthworks industry.