WISE Staff Training Initiatives

WISE Learning Pathways

The New Plymouth District Council has been instrumental for funding our learning pathways for our staff members. 

Training and upskilling remains one of our core Kaupapa.
WISE Charitable Trust was formed in response to the high unemployment rate in Waitara during the late 1990’s. We have identified a shortfall in the number of skilled workers in Taranaki, which increased during the Covid-19 aftermath.

All WISE staff go through our internal learning pathway that covers an array of topics that will equip them in achieving their personal and professional goals. The pathway offers internal and external upskilling pathways to our staff and their whanau, to create a resilient and skilled workforce in Waitara.

The pathway covers six streams that encompasses different topics and skills that provides our staff with the tools to work towards employment elsewhere.

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