The Tairāwhiti CARE-RSLG continues to support and advocate for the skills and workforce development needs in our region.
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Kei te Tā hou, e Pāpā Herewini, nei rā Te Tairāwhiti e ngunguru nei i a koe!
Tu mai, Tu mai, Tu mai rā!
The Tairāwhiti CARE-RSLG continues to support and advocate for the skills and workforce development needs in our region. We have produced 2 workforce plans and efforts continue to execute actions in those plans. This has been a challenging task and we know there is more to be done. However we are encouraged by the critical successes we have made in advocating for increased in-region delivery of training to better support:
- local industry.
Increasing local training provision options, improving access for whānau and kaimahi and meeting local industry needs is even more important as the region works through the cyclone recovery process. With that in mind, we are pleased to present the next set of focus areas which aim to build our region's capability to respond to immediate challenges as well as preparing for the future.
Alex Hawea Richard Searle
Co-Chair CARE-RSLG Co-Chair CARE-RSLG