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Wrap-up summary from workshop. Wrap-up. WRS Office to collate all material and send out to attendees and load presentations on website WRS Office to follow up on action ideas and round up parties Further focussed meetings. Skills development & attraction. Good things already happening:

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Wrap up summary from workshop

Wrap-up summary from workshop


Wrap up

Wrap-up

WRS Office to collate all material and send out to attendees and load presentations on website

WRS Office to follow up on action ideas and round up parties

Further focussed meetings


Skills development attraction

Skills development & attraction

Good things already happening:

Attracting skills eg, MBIE (Immigration) online tools for migrants and employers

Developing skills & working with tertiary - Education & industry partnerships eg, Youth Guarantees Network, online job profile tools

Working with tertiary eg, best example is at Masters level


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Skills development & attraction

Actions & agencies:

More detailed exploration of the gaps – what are the trends and what sectors are growing?

More co-investment between government, councils, business & philanthropists  need to fill the gaps

Local body restructure  Wellington Policy Office


Skills retention support

Skills retention & support

Good things already happening:

Change in government focus to be more outcomes focussed

Internships / cadetships – connections between education & business community

Developing resources that focus on retention eg, Settlement Unit, Immigration NZ


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Skills retention & support

Actions & agencies:

Matching skills and job demand – needs more evidence base, govt funding and sharing of information

Internships – collaboration between education training providers, employers & business etc

Scale of our city and values, and knowledge of village  we need to build on this

Ensure we have enabling infrastructure eg, UFB & airport extension, public transport


Job creation

Job creation

Good things already happening:

No real game changers

But a bit of growth in retirement homes & childcare centres

And people like living here…


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Job creation

Actions & agencies:

Foreign investment, ICT & Digital and screen

Build Infrastructure – UFB roll-out; roading; airport (development of Kapiti airport)

Earthquake strengthening joint ventures

SME’s – Apply one intern to every SME


Unemployment youth ageing workforce

Unemployment/ youth/ ageing workforce

Good things already happening:

“Takes a community to raise a child”

“Collaboration”

Resources/opportunities – training eg, Whitireia

Industry partnerships, especially at a national level  does this filter down?

Careers advice & wrap-around services


Wrap up summary from workshop

Actions & agencies:

Improving the quality of careers advice (starting at primary school) – more industry /local focussed activities  taking a local approach to strengthen the transition from study to work

Transitional services  how is this followed up after high school?

In and out work support for young  mentors (who are connected to the community)/ work coaches/ SME support

Collaboration – Informal eg, connecting people to networks; Formal eg, councils leading & facilitating

Unemployment/ youth/ ageing workforce


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