Expressions of Interest for Council members on the Workforce Development Councils (WDCs) are now open.
Industry leaders with significant governance experience who want to play a part in leading the industry led Workforce Development Councils are invited to apply.
These industry led Workforce Development Councils will be accountable for a forward, strategic view of the future skills needs of industries; set standards, develop qualifications and help shape the curriculum of vocational education; moderate assessments against industry standards and, where appropriate, set and moderate capstone assessments at the end of a qualification. They will also provide advice to the TEC on investment in vocational education, and determine the appropriate mix of skills and training for the industries they cover.
Council members are being sought for the six following Workforce Development Councils:
Amy Tea Consulting is running this recruitment process. Visit their website for details about the specific skills and experience sought, how potential conflicts of interest will be managed,g and how to apply.
Applications for these important governance roles close on Friday 16 April 2021.
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