Pathways, Transitions and Working Across Boundaries: Te Ara Whakamana 2016
This event has now sold out
Registrations for Te Ara Whakamana 2016 are at capacity.
About the forum
Te Ara Whakamana is New Zealand’s largest forum dedicated to education and employment pathways and transitions. Now in its sixth year, this event brings together educators from both secondary and tertiary sectors, industry representatives, policymakers, and researchers to share good ideas and practices, and to be challenged by different perspectives. The forum’s goal is to support learning environments that enable learners to make decisions and progress successfully through education and on into high-quality careers.
Co-hosted by Ako Aotearoa and the Centre for Studies in Multiple Pathways at MIT, this year’s forum will have a significant focus on encouraging and supporting changes to practice. Plenary and concurrent sessions will showcase current examples of innovative work, discuss tools that support both practitioners and learners, and identify how we can effectively share successes across the boundaries of school, tertiary education, and the workplace.
Venue and times
The 2016 forum will be held at the Rydges Hotel, centrally located in Wellington’s CBD and minutes from the Wellington waterfront at 75 Featherston St.
Tuesday 28 June: 9:00am – 4:30pm, followed by networking function (4:30pm – 6:00pm)
Wednesday 29 June: 9:15am – 4:15pm
Registration and coffee and tea will be available from 8:15am at the venue on Day One and from 8:30 on Day Two.
Registrations for Te Ara Whakamana 2016 are now closed.