Te Tai Poutini West Coast Regional Workforce Plan 2023 – He Mahere mō te Ohu Mahi ā-Rohe
Me mahi tahi mātou, mō te oranga o te katoa.
We shall work together for the betterment of all.
Our vision | Tā tātou whakakitenga
An innovative and resilient economy delivering opportunities and high-paying jobs for our community/hapori. Caring for our people and our environment is part of who we are and what we are known for.
He ōhanga e hihiri ana, e manawaroa ana e kōkiri ana i ngā āheinga me ngā umanga whai rawa ki tō tātou hapori. He wāhanga nō mātou, kua hau hoki tō mātou rongo mō te kumanu i ō tātou tāngata, i tō tātou hapori anō hoki
This is the web version of the Te Tai Poutini West Coast Regional Workforce Plan 2023.
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Our Regional workforce Plan 2023.
On behalf of our Te Tai o Poutini Regional Skills Leadership Group (RSLG) we are very pleased to present the refreshed Te Tai o Poutini West Coast Regional Workforce Plan 2023.
Welcome to Te Tai o Poutini West Coast Regional Workforce Plan (RWP) 2023. This is the first annual review of our inaugural RWP 2022.
Since our 2022 RWP was developed, there has been an improvement in the region’s labour market.
This is an update on the region’s labour supply and demand for our RWP key focus sectors. Unless otherwise stated, the data is sourced from Infometrics - Industry data for the West Coast region.
Since the launch of our plan, our focus has turned to implementation. Below are some highlights of our region’s achievements over the past year. A more comprehensive list of progress on our Year one actions can be found in the 'Putting our plan into practice' section.
Our RWP 2022 remains relevant and well targeted and continues to be valid.
The RSLG provided this advice to the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) in May 2023 to help guide its investment process and decisions for 2024 funding for the Te Tai o Poutini West Coast region.
We have made good progress across the nine actions we set out to achieve in Year 1.