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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.
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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. 12 months ago, we launched our first regional workforce plan and much has happened since that time. The RSLG members, iwi, and our regional partners have been busy working on and implementing the actions we set out to achieve in Year 1. Although change does take time, we have been encouraged and inspired by the achievements and progress made in our region. We are proud of these combined efforts and look forward to what this year will bring.
Over the coming year we intend to build on that momentum to work collectively with our partners and community to support, influence, and improve our regional labour market. This year our focus is to implement our RWP Year 2 actions. There will be many opportunities as we continue our journey for conversations and partnerships, and we strongly encourage you to reach out if you would like to be involved.
Our workforce plan remains a living document. It provides us with the flexibility to respond to emerging workforce needs and input from iwi, our partners and wider community. It builds on our work over the past year and looks to the future as to what we still need to do.
We thank our members and everyone who has worked with us on this journey. Without your help we could not have achieved the things we set out to do. The RWP actions are about working in partnership to realise better outcomes for our community. This includes ensuring our tamariki have the information they need to make informed career choices, that everyone has access to education and skills, and that people are supported into rewarding work. We look forward to continuing this mahi with you all as we build the skilled and sustainable workforce our region needs now and in the future.
Ngā mihi nui