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WE LTEC ANNUAL REPORT 2015

Outcome 1 Raising the skills and knowledge of the current and future workforce As the analysis of the Social and Economic Context showed, the Wellington region has:

The programmes WelTec offers reflect these distinctive characteristics.

a growing population;

an economy that is relatively specialised in knowledge-intensive services; and

In 2015, WelTec delivered 158 programmes of study in areas including business, information technology, construction, engineering, creative industries, health and social services and hospitality.

a workforce that comprises mainly highly skilled occupations.

A range of graduate, employer and student success related outcomes are reflected in the measures below.

Graduate outcome measures The proportion of graduates gaining employment or going onto further study* Proportion of graduates gaining employment or going onto further study

75%

Proportion of graduates looking for employment

22%

Graduate satisfaction Have knowledge and skills for job/position

85% (+11% neither agree/disagree)

Work readiness

78% (+17% neither agree/disagree)

Qualification prepared me for future work requirements

85% (+10% neither agree/disagree)

Qualification developed skills and knowledge for future studies

91% (+7% neither agree/disagree)

Employer measures Employer satisfaction Relevancy of training

90%

Relevancy of qualifications

91%

Work readiness of graduates

89%

Suitability of graduates for employer’s future needs

92%

Student Success measures 2015 student success measures are referred to in the Educational Performance achievements in the Statement of Service Performance section.

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*Based on survey taken shortly after programme completion.

2015 WelTec Annual Report  

2015 WelTec Annual Report

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