News and EventsThe latest from GAN New Zealand
What can we do to help a “lockdown generation” transition to labour markets post COVID-19?
GAN Global held an online discussion with high-level stakeholders from public and private spheres and youth representatives from across the globe to address this issue.
Apprenticeship Strategies for Lifelong Learning
If lifelong learning is the key to ensuring no one is left behind, then how can we make it a reality through integrating the concept in solid apprenticeship strategies?
Lifelong Learning, It’s All About Mindset
Lifelong learning, rather than one-time degrees, will be critical for ensuring that the skills people have match those needed in today’s rapidly transforming employment landscape.
Mind the Gap, Especially for Women in Tech
Women remain under-represented in STEM-related fields, despite the increased priority placed on these subjects.
Digital Skilling in the Time of Covid-19: Innovations and Outreach
Digital skilling offers a practical solution to the challenge of ensuring that workforces and skills remain adaptable, flexible and aligned to changing market needs.
A global collaboration for digital skills: Covid-19 and beyond
GAN Global to extend Microsoft global skills initiative via workforce insights in Australia, Colombia and New Zealand
GAN New Zealand launches at the Vocational Education and Training Research Forum
On 12th November, GAN New Zealand will officially launch at the 16th annual NZ Vocational Education and Training Research Forum (NZVETRF).
Training Through the Turmoil: A New Zealand perspective
Josh Williams, GAN New Zealand Country Manager and Principal Consultant at Skills Consulting Group, weighs in on the state of training in NZ.
GAN Global announces the formation of GAN New Zealand
Amidst a COVID-19 Wage Support Response Package for New Zealand Apprenticeships, Skills Consulting Group launches a country network playing a critical advocacy and capacity building role for work-based learning.