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  1. Working with Communities Pasifika Development atManukau Institute of Technology Manukau Institute of Technology

  2. Facts and Figures • NZ Population • Total Population 4,177,912 • Total NZ Pasifika population 265,974 (6.4%) • Pasifika population in Auckland 178,338 (67%) • Manukau City Population • Total population 310,335 • Pasifika population 86,616 (28%) • European 38% • Asian 21% • Maori 14% • Other 6% • Pasifika • Samoa, Cook Islands, Tonga, Niue, Fiji • Tokelau, Tuvalu Pasifika Peoples Profile Manukau Institute of Technology

  3. Target 2010 Institute Strategic Project (2003…) • … by the year 2010 • 20% MIT graduates will be Maori • 20% MIT graduates will be Pasifika • 10% increase in school leavers • Focused Activities • Teaching departments • e.g classroom pedagogy, teaching & learning, staff professional development -staff conferences, workshops, etc • Service areas • e.g Student Services- orientations, peer mentors, • pastoral and learning supports, graduations. • Liaison, etc Background Manukau Institute of Technology

  4. PASIFIKA • Preliminary research & findings– environmental • scan tertiary providers and MIT (TPN) • Further consultation and research with key • stakeholders –internal (TPN), external • Development of a strategic implementation plan Focus – institute capability and capacity building - effective engagement and responsiveness to Pasifika communities Background Manukau Institute of Technology

  5. MIT’s Commitment to Pasifika MIT through its Charter / Profile / Strategic Plan / Investment Plan reflects the Tertiary Education Strategy and the Pasifika Education Plan: • Increasing Pasifika students’ participation, retention and success; • Strong connections with Pasifika communities; • Supporting Pasifika success; • Increasing literacy, numeracy, foundation skills; • Increasing Pasifika achievement though qualifications at all levels. Manukau Institute of Technology

  6. Key areas of Development Establishment of: • leadership structures for Pasifika advancement; • an external Pasifika Advisory Group (PAG); • a Pasifika Centre on the North Campus; • Development of and representation of Pasifika staff at all levels across MIT • Review of “Tagata Pasifika Network”, its role and objectives; • Sharpening of the focus on relationships with Pasifika communities. Manukau Institute of Technology

  7. Project Phases Phase 1 • Pasifika Community Advisory Board • Tagata Pasifika Network review etc • Pasifika Staff Workforce Development and Leadership Programme • Pasifika Community Relations Plan • Pasifika Centre • MIT Pacific International Plan Phase 2 Leadership components Pasifika Programming Provision Articulation PCAB with Executive / Council Manukau Institute of Technology

  8. Staff Workforce Development Pasifika Staff Current Target 2010 • Total Staff 6% (67) 15% (150) • Academic Staff 4% (14) 8% (30) • Allied Staff 9% (53) 20% (120) • Senior Managers 3% (1) 30% (4) • Dept. Admin Managers 15% (2) 30% (4) • Senior Academic Roles 0 4 • Executive 0 1 • Academic Board 0 1 • Ac Bd Sub-Committees 0 6 Manukau Institute of Technology

  9. Pasifika Advisory Board To provide advice to MIT Chief Executive, Executive on: • strategies for recruitment, retention & success of Pasifika students at MIT; • building strong relationships between MIT and Pasifika communities of Counties-Manukau; • increasing number of tertiary qualified Pasifika people in Counties-Manukau; • the establishment and development of the Pasifika Centre; • meeting goals of the TEC PP Strategy; • monitoring the implementation of MIT PDPlan Manukau Institute of Technology

  10. Tagata Pasifika Network • A central forum for all Pasifika staff . . . . . . To advise on the development and implementation of: a Pasifika Staff Development and Leadership Plan; the Pasifika Community Relations Programme; a Pasifika Centre to include a Pasifika research, teaching, community and conference facility; establishment of a Pasifika Academic Advisory Sub- Committee of the Academic Board; establishment of a Pasifika Students Advisory Committee. Manukau Institute of Technology

  11. PasifikaCommunity Relations Strategy • Develop and maintain strong positive working relationships with key stakeholders: • Pasifika community groups and churches in the Counties Manukau Region • Key Organisations - MCC, PBT, MPIA etc • MIT -preferred provider of polytechnic education for Pasifika peoples Manukau Institute of Technology

  12. Pasifika Development Targets for 2010 Dr. Stuart Middleton Executive Director External Relations & Student Administration Sally Steedman Target 2010, Project Manager Toleafoa Sina Aiolupotea-Aiono Target 2010, Pasifika Development Manager Manukau Institute of Technology