Skills works through its transition
Since our transition plan was approved in February this year, Skills has been working through the process of transferring its Arranging Training functions to Te Pūkenga WBL and other providers (known as Receiving Organisations (ROs)). You can read the Transition Plan here.
Skills has worked with the ROs to identify the roles its staff will transfer into and has now completed the ‘Expression of Interest’ process for those roles.
We hosted a series of information forums alongside the ROs educating staff on the ROs. You can find out more about the seven ROs Skills is working with here.
Over the next few weeks, we’ll confirm with staff which RO they will transition to. Each RO will be scheduling time for induction training closer to the transition date.
This change in Skills’ structure means adjustments for our digital and technology systems. Some employers and learners will need to change their logins for systems like My Skills and Skillsbank. If you’re among them, you can expect to receive communications from us guiding you through the re-set in August.
The transitions, what we call ‘going live’, to the new arrangements will take place at three different dates.
|Go-Live 1||Ambulance||St John||1 July 2022|
|Go-Live 2||Appliance Servicing, Customer Premise Systems, Electrical Equipment in Explosive Atmospheres, Electronic Engineering, Electronic Security, Motor Rewinding, Roofing, Switchgear Fitting||ICE including Etec||1 September 2022|
|Case Management, Contact Centre, Credit Management, Emergency Communications, , Public Sector, Real Estate||Ignite|
|Go-Live 3||Adult Education, Building Surveying, Business, Civil Defence, Conservation, Coordinated Incident Management Systems, Cranes, Electricians, Elevated Work Platforms, Financial Services, Fire & Rescue, Industrial Measurement & Control, Industrial Rope Access, Organisational Risk & Compliance, Plumbing, Gasfitting & Drainlaying, Project Management, Regulatory Compliance (G-Reg), Rigging, Scaffolding, Security, Statistics and Workplace Health & Safety||Te Pūkenga WBL||1 October 2022|
|Plumbing, Gasfitting & Drainlaying||ICE|
|Adult Education, Business, Intelligence, Offender Management, Project Management, Security||Ignite|
|Industrial Rope Access, Rigging, Scaffolding||Vertical Horizonz|
Skills transitioned to the WDC in October 2021. Click here to see the WDC transition plan.
We will also be shifting out of our Wynyard Wood House premises at 60 Highbrook Drive, East Tamaki. From October, all Auckland staff working for the Skills family of brands will be based either at Ellerslie or the Auckland-based campuses belonging to Ignite and ICE.