New Zealand School of Education is now trading under the name New Zealand Skills and Education College.
The name change comes after a reflective look at how in 2020 NZSE rapidly addressed the needs of its student body with new technology during the lockdowns (in many instances proving hardware) and taught skills built around using the new digital tools available.
Embracing cloud technologies and new digital communications platforms enabled tutors, academic staff, admin staff and student support services to be better connected resulting in students being fully able to engage with their learning while at home in lockdown and get the support they required when needed.
Post-lockdown the learning continues with students empowered to take part in NZSE Management meeting via Teams or Zoom, completing online surveys and featuring in video clips discussing the transition to online and blended learning.
NZSEG CEO Wendy Liao the change comes at the right time –
“NZSE staff embraced new technologies and quickly stepped-up to support our learners. The change of name, we feel, better reflects how we’ve changed, the new skills learned by staff and students alike and, how we’re committed to keeping our students safe and at the heart of everything we do”.
NZSE also refreshed its School names:
New Head of School for NZSE School of ATC Military Prep
NZSE also welcomed onboard Mike Clayton – the new Head of School for ATC Military Prep. Mike has a comprehensive 20+ year educational background in the tertiary and adult education sector and along with a strong focus for improving educational outcomes for Maori and Pasifika is also looking to empower all students with relevant and transferable workplace technology skills.
NZSE - New Zealand Skills and Education College is a NZQA Category One accredited education provider and part of the New Zealand Skills and Education Group.
Every year, ATC holds an annual competition where all students from our three campuses: Manukau, Waikato, and Waitakere, come together to compete for the top honours within ATC.
The ATC Terminator Challenge is designed to be fun and exciting, whilst also testing the physical, mental, and strategic potential of our students to achieve success as a team. It has been two long years on hold, but the challenge makes its 2022 comeback with drill and circuit challenges, endurance sports, team work strategy, tug-of-war and so much more.
This year we will hold our ATC Terminator Event on Thursday 27th October 2022 at:
A terminator challenge is an event the whole family can enjoy.
Bring your whanau, tell your neighbour, iwi, communities. Share it on social media!
Support one another, celebrate victories, and connect with friends on this day of exciting challenges.