Waikato Regional Labour Market Strategy
Te Waka works in partnership with Waikato industry leaders to design initiatives that attract, develop and retain the workforce needed to provide for the region’s success.
The 2019 Regional Labour Market Strategy was designed in partnership with business leaders, local and central government agency partners to refine the region’s understanding of labour market challenges and prioritise opportunities for delivery.
Te Waka is represented on the Waikato Regional Labour Market Steering Group (iRSLG) providing guidance and support to education providers to enable the development of a work ready workforce. With the future of vocational training critical to economic growth, Te Waka’s role s to ensure that employeer needs are heard and met, education providers are enabled to be responsive to regional priority sectors, skills and training needs, delivery of education is fit for purpose from an industry perspective.