Te Pūkenga Policies
Our policies help our people, our learners, the employers we work with, the companies who supply us and our stakeholders understand what they can expect of us, and what we can appropriately expect of them.
The policies and procedures applied by Te Pūkenga are being continuously reviewed and amended as we move through the transition period and evolve to supporting a unified national network.
This website may not have the most up to date policies and procedures so please reach out to a representative of Te Pūkenga before relying on a particular policy to ensure you are referring to the most recent version.
National policies and procedures that support transition
- Interim Delegations Policy
- Transitioning Grandparenting Former Subsidiary Policies
- 2023 Te Pūkenga Quality Management System
- Continuous Quality Improvement Policy
- Ākonga Concerns and Complaints Policy
- Ākonga Appeals Policy
- Te Kawa Maiorooro 2023
- WBL Operational Directive 1 January 2023
- ITP Operational Directive 1 January 2023
These policies apply to all people employed by Te Pūkenga and are in effect from the date of each policy.
- Diversity Equity and Inclusion Policy
- Privacy Notice
- Privacy Procedure
- Official Information Policy
- Protected Disclosures Policy
- Protected Disclosures Procedure
- Recruitment Policy
- Remuneration Policy
- Development Framework
- Expenditure Policy
- Fraud and Corruption Policy
Central function policies
These policies apply to people who work in the central function (sometimes referred to as ‘head office’) of Te Pūkenga.
Employment and HR
- Bullying, Discrimination, and Harassment Policy
- Code of Conduct Policy
- Computer, Email, and Internet Policy
- Disciplinary Policy
- Family Violence Policy
- Flexible Work Policy
- Holidays and Leave Policy
- Learning and Development Policy
- Wellbeing and Safety Policy