Hawke's Bay Regional Workforce Plan 2022

Te Mahere Ohu Mahi ā-Rohe o Te Matau-a-Māui

Photo of the Statue of Pania sculpture (also known as Pania of the Reef).

This is the web version of the Hawke's Bay Regional Workforce Plan

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Co-chairs mihi

Te mihi a Ngā Toihau Takirua

Executive summary

The Hawke’s Bay Regional Skills Leadership Group (RSLG) has prepared this Regional Workforce Plan (RWP) for our rohe (region). This RWP is the start of a collaborative journey to increase the wellbeing of the people in the rohe.

Our action plan

Engagement across the rohe and available data, have informed where we have chosen to focus our mahi. We have deliberately drawn on insights from engagements with our people to develop the actions set out in this RWP.

Our rohe

The people of our rohe are the central focus of the Hawke’s Bay RSLG and this RWP.

Regional aspirations

The RWP has 5 key aspirations founded on the principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi (The Treaty of Waitangi):

Te Pā Harakeke

The Te Pā Harakeke demonstrates an eco-system view of Vocational Education and shows how the RSLGs link into the wider RoVE network.

Our members

The Regional Workforce Plan has been produced with the members and through regional stakeholder engagement.

Last updated: 11 July 2022