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
Proportion of graduates looking for employment
Graduate satisfaction Have knowledge and skills for job/position
85% (+11% neither agree/disagree)
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
Relevancy of qualifications
Work readiness of graduates
Suitability of graduates for employer’s future needs
Student Success measures 2015 student success measures are referred to in the Educational Performance achievements in the Statement of Service Performance section.
*Based on survey taken shortly after programme completion.