Marlborough Regional Skills Leadership Group
The Marlborough Regional Skills Leadership Group has been established to identify and support better ways of meeting future skills and workforce needs in the region.
The group is one of 15 Regional Skills Leadership Groups (RSLGs) in New Zealand, set up by the Government to identify and support better ways of meeting future skills and workforce needs in our region.
The groups provide independent advice, which employers and government agencies will act on to help re-employ, redeploy or retrain workers and entrepreneurs who have lost their jobs or closed their businesses.
They are part of a joined-up approach to labour market planning which will see our workforce, education and immigration systems working together to better meet the differing skills needs across the country.
- Brendon Burns
- Jennifer Moxon
- Celia Daniels
- Craig Churchill
- Liz Buttimore
- Ned Wells
- Neil Henry
- Nicholas Chin
- Nita van Grinsven
- Phil Robinson
- Rita Powick
- Steve MacManus
- Vance Kerslake
Local insights reports
Local insights reports are designed to provide a snapshot of the impacts of COVID-19, and identify the challenges and opportunities for the regional labour market. Reports are developed by Marlborough Regional Skills Leadership Group members.
- Local insights report: Marlborough interim RSLG - March 2021 [PDF 500KB]
- Local insights report: Marlborough interim RSLG - February 2021 [PDF 1.5MB]
- Local insights report: Marlborough interim RSLG - November 2020 [PDF 827KB]
- Local insights report: Marlborough interim RSLG - September 2020 [PDF 630KB]