NZ VET Research Forum 2020

Ako Aotearoa and The Skills Group are thrilled to announce the 2020 New Zealand Vocational Education and Training Research Forum (NZVETRF).

Date

12 November 2020

Location

The Forum will be delivered fully online, including international keynotes, and a curated programme of breakout sessions. The forum will include interest-based hangouts and expert breakout sessions alongside its main programme.

Price

 $200+GST per person

Programme

We have a packed programme for this year’s NZVETRF event with top tier speakers and exciting topics being discussed in our many break out sessions. View the full programme on the New Zealand Vocational Education and Training Research Forum website.

Registration

Registrations are now open »

Event details

The NZVETRF is a key opportunity to bring together New Zealand’s VET community to share its work, its knowledge, and its commitment to education and training in New Zealand.

The new partnership with Skills Group further extends the reach of the forum to an international network, to learn from and contribute to global developments in VET to support the COVID-19 recovery efforts. We anticipate this forum will also mark the formal launch of a brand-new cross-sector and globally-connected network for workplace-based learning and apprenticeships in New Zealand.

Vocational Education and Training will be a critical component of the response to the employment, economic, and social shocks caused by COVID-19. And with New Zealand’s vocational education sector in the early stages of major reform, now more than ever is a time to come together to share evidence and capability of how vocational education and training can support skills, productivity, and wider wellbeing.

We believe this will be the only national level conference dedicated to vocational education this year, and as such is not to be missed.

More information

For more details including keynote speakers and how the forum is going to be run online, visit New Zealand Vocational Education and Training Research Forum.