Te Pūkenga’s Work Based Learning subsidiary (WBL) has established a change programme to oversee WBL’s transition and integration into Te Pūkenga. Within the change programme a service trial has been established to develop a proof-of-concept model for Digital/IT Work Based Delivery.
Specifically, the trial will seek to develop the process for the definition, design, and delivery of the nominated work-based delivery programme. It is expected that the deliverables will include a programme of learning that is sufficient to meet the requirements for approval, funding, delivery, and award of the nominated programme.
This discussion will outline the objectives and desired outcomes to establish a Work Based Delivery pathway into the Digital/IT industry.
Project Manager, Te Pūkenga Work Based Learning
Blair Hoad is a Project Manager at Te Pūkenga Work Based Learning, leading the establishment of the Digital/IT Work Based Delivery Service Trial. He has 20+ years’ experience as a Product and Project Manager.
More recently, Blair was a contributing member to the programme development for the Information Technology and Business Portfolios at Wintec. He over saw the approval and implementation of Design Factory NZ that included an invitation into the International Design Factory Network.
He was Project Manager for a Tertiary Education Commission funded Ōritetanga Business case - a 12-month project to provide recommendations on new data driven approaches to ensure learner success.