Te Pūkenga  - New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology (Formerly Waikato Institute of Technology Wintec)
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Te Pūkenga - New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology (Formerly Waikato Institute of Technology Wintec) Member

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Last update: 5 days ago Last update: 27 Feb, 2024
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Legal residence:New Zealand
Types:Academic InstitutionAcademic Institution
Funding agencies:ADB, DFAT Australia, DANIDA, FCDO, EC, NZAID, UNDP, WB, Other, MFA Finland, UNICEF, ILO, ComSec, APEC, SPC, IRENA
Sectors:Administration, Education, Gender, Health, Human R ... See moreAdministration, Education, Gender, Health, Human Resources, Industry, Commerce & Services, Inst. Devt. & Cap. building, Macro-Econ. & Public Finance, Monitoring & Evaluation, Poverty Reduction, Rural Development, Social Development, Training, Youth
Nr. of employees:5001-10000
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Status:Active

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Wintec is part of Te Pūkenga – New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology. Te Pūkenga is Aotearoa New Zealand’s largest tertiary institution and the 35th largest provider of tertiary education in the world. We bring the size, scale, skills and expertise of an internationally significant tertiary education provider to provide applied and vocational higher education and training through a unique eco-system of Pacific and Māori indigenous capability, private sector networks, international development services delivery, applied innovation and research, teaching and learning and specialist technical expertise. We work at the interface of local communities, industry and technical and vocational education and applied learning experiences. We are not traditional academic researchers; our focus is on real world problems and opportunities and innovative approaches that enable diverse communities to participate to understand their local challenges and learn and apply actionable insights towards sustainable futures. We help create global citizens with the future-focused knowledge, skills and cultural competence needed to succeed anywhere in the world. We acknowledge, embed and share the values of our people to deliver a unique bi-cultural experience where learners can develop cultural competency for the global stage. Every initiative we undertake aims to build capability and uphold and enhance the cultural dignity, aspirations and realisable outcomes of each person we engage with.

Te Pūkenga has a national footprint of 163 campuses across all regions in Aotearoa New Zealand, and brings together on-campus, online, offshore, and work-based education and training through a unified, regional network of provision. Our national network encompasses long-established Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics, delivering technical, vocational, and professional education across a broad range of qualifications, domestically and internationally and multi-sector industry-led Work Based Learning organisations.

Our international scope of delivery includes offshore delivery through extensive partner networks, research and training and specialist consultancy and development services, focused on Technical and Vocational Education and Training, primarily in our Asia Pacific region. International partnerships are prioritised that lead to sustainable, mutually beneficial outcomes and embed capabilities and capacities that serve local contexts.

 

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Te Pūkenga - New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology (Formerly Waikato Institute of Technology Wintec) — Academic Institution from New Zealand with 5001-10000 employees, has experience with Asian Development Bank (HQ), Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade - Australia, Danish International Development Agency (Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark), Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (HQ), European Commission Directorate-General for International Partnerships (EuropeAid HQ), Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of New Zealand, United Nations Development Programme (HQ), World Bank HQ, Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland,...
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