New Zealand Skills and Education Group (NZSEG) is thrilled to announce the newly formed partnership with Workbridge Te Arawhiti mō Mahi.
We are excited to be working in collaboration with Workbridge and supporting their Kaupapa of providing tautoko to our communities and bridging the gap between job seekers with barriers to employment and employers who value their contributions.
NZSEG is committed to upholding the New Zealand Government’s Disability Action Plan (DAP) which has identified our disabled community in Aotearoa as a priority group. Creating employment opportunities for our learners is an essential part of the learner journey at NZSEG. We work closely with our learners and their whānau to see them succeed whether that be through pathways into higher education or gaining employment. This partnership will be a catalyst to creating successful outcomes for learners and contribute toward achieving both the educational and employment goals stipulated in the government’s DAP.
“Today is an important day for us as by working with you together we can provide the mutual support for our disability community, and this is one of the priority areas we are committed to, and we are passionate about.” – Wendy Liao, CEO
A special thank you to our Student Support team led by Alison Smith who has been instrumental in seeing this partnership come to fruition, we really appreciate all the time and hard work you have contributed.
“This is the beginning of a wonderful relationship for both parties. We are eager to create more opportunities for our students to find meaningful employment just as much as Workbridge is eager to provide meaningful work for job seekers.” - Alison Smith, Student Support Manager
A big thank you to Katy Hetherington from the Workbridge team for facilitating this kōrero. We are looking forward to building a strong collaboration with you so we can transform lives and together create brighter futures for all.
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.