Projects tagged with Education & Training and
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Phase One It utilises data from the MSD administrative databases to provide high level descriptive information about how TIA is being targeted to clients, how TIA is being used by recipients and the outcomes achieved by recipients. Produced by: Centre for Social...
Topics: International Research, Literature review, Social Security & Welfare, Social Services, Education & Training
This review of New Zealand and international literature was undertaken as part of the Training Incentive Allowance (TIA) policy review. The TIA programme has many of the features identified in the literature as success factors for policy interventions designed to overcome barriers to participation in education, training and...
This report provides the results of a survey conducted by Business NZ in conjunction with the Department of Labour and the Industry Training Federation, and funded by the Future of Work research programme. The research project was aimed at improving knowledge about the level and nature of enterprise-based...
An Evaluation of Arts Professional Development Online in support of the Arts in the New Zealand Curriculum
Arts Professional Development Online' commenced nationally during 2001 to support the implementation of 'Arts in the New Zealand Curriculum', targeted specifically at rural and isolated schools. This report details the outcome of an evaluation of this professional development that was carried out late 2002.
Improving English Language Outcomes for Students Receiving ESOL Services in New Zealand Schools, with a Particular Focus on New Immigrants
This research was commissioned to inform the review of the current ESOL (English Speakers of Other Languages) strategy. The report details the outcome of a review of the literature identifying good practice for teaching and learning in the compulsory school sector for Non-English Speaking Background Students (NESB) and describes...
Evaluation of Avenues: Evaluation of Migrant Pilot Projects in Auckland North, Auckland Central, Waikato and Central Regions 2002
This report summarises four pilot schemes, completed in 2000/2001, designed to address issues related to the difficulties experienced by migrants from non-English speaking backgrounds who have overseas qualifications and experience. It identified possible improvements to the delivery of services.
In this paper, I investigate the prospect that there has been a general ‘upskilling’(understood as extensive skill-biased technological change) in the New Zealand workforce. This research, a descriptive study rather than an explanatory one, allows me to tentatively conclude several points. First, there is reason to believe that...
Government has the goal of having by 2007, all 15 to 19 year olds in work, education or training, or other activities that contribute to their long term economic independence and wellbeing. The goal is shared with the Mayors’ Taskforce for Jobs. The Department of Labour, the Ministries of Social Development...
The Ministry of Education provides support to teachers and students of International Languages Education in years 7 and 8 through: - regional advisers of International Languages - International Languages Series (ILS) Curriculum Materials - the Second Language Learning Proposals Pool, years 7-10. This research looks at the extent...
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