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Capable Auckland Presentation To Collaboration Bay Of Plenty September 28 2012

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Presentation to CoBoP on work being undertaken in Capable Auckland programme.

Presentation to CoBoP on work being undertaken in Capable Auckland programme.

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  • 1. Capable Aucklanda career network Presentation toCollaboration Bay of Plenty 28 September 2012
  • 2. Capable Auckland• Commenced in 2010• New office, new brand• Develop a careers network
  • 3. What works and why?
  • 4. A career capable AUCKLAND
  • 5. A community of practice
  • 6. What are we trying to fix?• Low success rates in tertiary & trades education• Belief by employers that they can’t find the right skills• Connections between education and business• From careers advice to career development 6
  • 7. Auckland Council
  • 8. Economic Development Strategy
  • 9. Auckland Skills
  • 10. ”“Economies will succeed in the strength andquality of their human capital. Thereforeeducation, workforce training and winningthe global war for talent must be seen aseconomic priorities.”McKinsey Global Institute March 2012
  • 11. Relationship with Fuji Xerox
  • 12. Key partners• Careers New Zealand• Fuji Xerox NZ• EMA (Northern)• Business NZ• Auckland Council• ATEED
  • 13. The cost of poor transitions
  • 14. My career portfolioA online career tool to support school leavers through the first year post school
  • 15. Careers Blueprint for AucklandTony Watts: (2011) “Career development is integral to effective human resource development and skills and strategies: i.e. to harnessing individual talents and motivations to the benefit of the economy and the wider society.”
  • 16. Collaboration
  • 17. Auckland Careers Summit
  • 18. Career capable community The Southern initiative
  • 19. Mangere Mentoring• Strive
  • 20. What we are working on
  • 21. dale.bailey@careers.govt.nz

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