forestry rove advisory group

Forestry RoVE Advisory Group (FRAG) is a group of industry representatives providing input to the various Review of Vocational Education (RoVE) workstreams and taking into consideration the Forestry & Wood Processing Workforce Action Plan.

The group reflects a good cross section of stakeholders in forest industry education and training. Participants represent and communicate with their stakeholder groups while collaborating as an active working group in the best interests of the forest industry. Subject matter experts may be co-opted to participate in meetings / discussions once the workplan is confirmed.

latest updates on frag

New micro-credential in Forestry mensuration

Muku Tangata is pleased to announce a new project to develop a micro-credential in Forestry mensuration. Through their Forestry qualification development project, Muka Tangata has heard fromRead more

Forestry Workforce Development Plan

This page from the Muku Tangata website provides an overview of the industry, including statistical trends and analysis, industry opportunities, and a roadmap of where to from here. When Māori firstRead more

New Forestry Apprenticeship Underway

Competenz Te Pūkenga is set to launch a new forestry programme — New Zealand Apprenticeship in Silviculture in the second quarter of 2023.   The purpose of this programme is to equip the forestryRead more

A New Approach to Learner Pathways

A new discussion document from Muka Tangata examines how good qualification, standard, and micro-credential design can enable greater flexibility in vocational education and training. A New ApproachRead more

Food and Fibre CoVE newsletter - Dec 2022

In a recent media release, Chair Dr Mark Paine said, "Training in the food and fibre sector needs to not only focus on upskilling the mainstream workforce, but also growing innovation and leadershipRead more

Forestry Line Retrieval Unit Standards Review

Muka Tangata – People, Food and Fibre Workforce Development Council (WDC) has revised three forestry line retrieval unit standards, to ensure line retrieval activities are appropriately taught andRead more

Silviculture Apprenticeship Qualification Review

Consultation to discuss changes requested by industry to the Level 4 Forestry qualification is underway. 2330 New Zealand Certificate in Forest Industry Operations (Planning and Monitoring) (LevelRead more

Level 5 Forestry Qualification Design and Development Survey

Muka Tangata – People, Food and Fibre Workforce Development Council (WDC) has initiated a review of the New Zealand Forestry qualifications and have identified a potential opportunity to developRead more

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