Ako Aotearoa Southern Hub Regional Forum
Reconnecting and collaborating: Addressing current sector challenges and supporting strategies for the future.
Ako Aotearoa is holding a face-to-face forum in Ōtautahi Christchurch and welcomes tertiary educators and providers. We are keen to bring the tertiary community together from across the sector to explore successful strategies to overcome challenges that have arisen over the past three years.
You will have a chance to hear from local speakers address themes of diversity, wellbeing, re-engaging ākonga/learners and implementing adult language, literacy, numeracy and cultural capability programmes.
The programme includes the following:
Ako Aotearoa, Tumuaki Director
Tokona Te Raki Kaiwhakatere
Te Pukenga Pastoral Code Lead, Contractor
Ako Aotearoa, Evaluation Advisor
BCITO, Business Strategy Manager
Dr Kay-Lee Jones
University of Canterbury, Senior Lecturer Faculty of Education
Te Wānanga o Aotearoa Director, Organisation Culture and Capability – Kiriwhanake
Hagley Adult Literacy Centre, Manager
Ara Institute of Canterbury, Senior Organisational Development Advisor
ACE Aotearoa, Tumuaki Director
Specialist staff from Ako Aotearoa will also be available to share information about cultural capability, language, literacy, and numeracy programmes.