NMIT is a top-rated organisation, that performs well in educational performance measures, and delivers strong financial outcomes.
However, our educational world is changing and we have to change with it.
Changes in the vocational education and training (VET) sector arising from the Reform of Vocational Education (RoVE), together with the formation of Te Pūkenga, require us to make significant variations to survive and thrive in our future environment.
These changes affect our people, our core educational processes and our infrastructure.
There are several significant internal and external drivers impacting the future direction and function of NMIT including; greater consolidation of ITP’s and ITO’s, a new funding system, a focus on under-served groups and lifetime education. The development of future workforce skills, the growing diversity of learner needs, and the development of a range of delivery models are also triggering change.
NMIT must also be responsive to the needs of our region and remain mindful of this to ensure our plans fit within Te Pūkenga’s national operating model framework.
The programme of work associated with Our Strategy to 2025 will ensure we have the culture, operating model and capabilities required to be successful in the changing VET environment.
The strategy programme ensures we invest wisely in people, delivery and, where necessary, in infrastructure to support the expected growth in learner numbers over the next five years.