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1 Working with the Tertiary Reforms Sue Wohlmuther Manukau Institute of Technology

2 Summary of Major Documents Tertiary Education Strategy (TES)Tertiary Education Strategy (TES) Statement of Tertiary Education Priorities 2008– 2010 (STEP)Statement of Tertiary Education Priorities 2008– 2010 (STEP) Investment Plan GuidanceInvestment Plan Guidance QA and Monitoring System to support reformsQA and Monitoring System to support reforms Baseline Monitoring ReportsBaseline Monitoring Reports Regional Facilitation (ITPs)Regional Facilitation (ITPs) Quality Reinvestment Programme (ITPs)Quality Reinvestment Programme (ITPs)

3 What are the reforms trying to achieve? A sector focused on delivering against government, national, regional and local prioritiesA sector focused on delivering against government, national, regional and local priorities A sector focused on continuous improvementA sector focused on continuous improvement A system that enables stakeholders to communicate clearly their expectations of the sector, and for the sector to respondA system that enables stakeholders to communicate clearly their expectations of the sector, and for the sector to respond Greater financial certainty for the governmentGreater financial certainty for the government and tertiary education organisations and tertiary education organisations Public confidence in the tertiary sectorPublic confidence in the tertiary sector

4 Direction Setting Tertiary Education Strategy Statement of Tertiary Education Priorities Network of Provision Distinctive Contribution Performance & Quality Assurance Monitoring Investment Investing in a Plan Funding Capability Performance assessed against investment Investment informed by performance

5 Priorities  Increasing educational success for young New Zealanders – more achieving qualifications at level four and above by age 25  Increasing literacy and numeracy levels for the workforce  Increase the achievement of advanced trade, technical and professional qualifications to meet regional and national industry needs meet regional and national industry needs  Improving research connections and linkages to create economic opportunities linkages to create economic opportunities

6 ITP Distinctive Contribution Facilitation Regional facilitation – build shared understanding about the tertiary education needs of a region.Regional facilitation – build shared understanding about the tertiary education needs of a region.Delivery: Skills for employment and productivity that contribute to a network of provisionSkills for employment and productivity that contribute to a network of provision Foundation educationFoundation education Role in vocationally focussed degreesRole in vocationally focussed degrees recognised recognised

7 The Investment Plan Future funding will involve TEC ‘purchasing’ training identified in 3 yr planFuture funding will involve TEC ‘purchasing’ training identified in 3 yr plan Plans will set out:Plans will set out: –Stakeholder needs –How the organisation will respond to government and regional priorities –Summary of provision –Performance and outcome commitments TEC will evaluate the plansTEC will evaluate the plans –Do they meet stakeholder needs and contribute to government priorities? contribute to government priorities?

8 Impact on Institutions Network of ProvisionNetwork of Provision reduced competition, particularly at Levels 4+ ?reduced competition, particularly at Levels 4+ ? How will overlap of provision be handled?How will overlap of provision be handled? Capped funding and 3 year planning windowCapped funding and 3 year planning window cannot rely on growth to rectify financial issuescannot rely on growth to rectify financial issues need to proactively identify and respond to future skill demand and requirementsneed to proactively identify and respond to future skill demand and requirements better and longer term planning of academic developmentbetter and longer term planning of academic development stronger priority on economic developmentstronger priority on economic development of your region and your people of your region and your people imperative to develop non-SCF activityimperative to develop non-SCF activity

9 Impact on Institutions Enhanced Quality Control and Performance MeasurementEnhanced Quality Control and Performance Measurement Greater accountability in terms of : success/retentionsuccess/retention stakeholder relationship managementstakeholder relationship management planningplanning qualification pathwaysqualification pathways Better and more certain funding?Better and more certain funding? More work??More work??

10 Impact on Us General discussion on how the reforms have impacted on institutions and the people working within them, especially how it is impacting on us.General discussion on how the reforms have impacted on institutions and the people working within them, especially how it is impacting on us. Sharing issues/concernsSharing issues/concerns Sharing good practiceSharing good practice Looking for solutionsLooking for solutions


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