Te Pūkenga Operating Model
We engaged on the proposed organisation design and direction 15 August – 2 September. On 6 October, decisions and next steps were shared.
The engagement period is now closed for Tā tātou huarahi | Our pathway: Te Pūkenga organisational direction and design.
Te hanganga kaiwhakahaere kua mana | Confirmed executive structure is available below.
Nearly 3,000 pieces of feedback were received through 20 engagement sessions, equity-focused JAM sessions, emails and our kaimahi (staff) engagement platform Your Voice.
Thank you to all those who chose to share their whakaaro with us through this process. This feedback has informed decisions and will be key as we move to the next stage in this process.
Decisions and next steps
On Thursday 6 October, Acting Chief Executive Peter Winder announced decisions and next steps on Tā tātou huarahi | Our pathway: Te Pūkenga organisational direction and design.
The design organises Te Pūkenga around nine vocational pathways (Ako Delivery Networks) and empowers four regions to respond to local need, working with employers, industry, unions, and communities.
Regions will give effect to Te Tiriti o Waitangi and our Charter obligations at management, operational and delivery levels, reflecting Tiriti partnerships between Te Pūkenga Council and iwi and hapū.
The next phase of establishment will involve running several smaller consultations with overlapping timelines. Our focus will be on kaimahi affected by those designs proposal and minimising the disruption to delivery.
Read: Te hanganga kaiwhakahaere kua mana | Confirmed executive structure