From 2023, things might look a little different:
You will start to see more branding with SIT and Te Pūkenga
A nationwide Te Pūkenga recruitment campaign for learners will be in place from August 2022. This campaign have the new Te Pūkenga look and feel but will co-branded with SIT and Te Pūkenga to show the relationship between the two, and that we are now part of a nation-wide Te Pūkenga whānau.
New learners will enrol with Te Pūkenga
From 2023, you will benefit from a network-wide range of opportunities including by location, modes of learning (online, on campus and on-the-job) and programme. At SIT are usual enrolment processes will still be in place, with systems, forms and platforms that may be co-branded. However from 2023 all learners will be enrolled with Te Pūkenga.
New learners will be awarded Te Pūkenga certification
In 2023, if you are part-way through your qualification, you’ll be awarded co-branded Te Pūkenga certification with SIT. If you are a new learner and start your qualification in 2023 you will be awarded sole Te Pūkenga certification.
Campus and course material will look much more like Te Pūkenga
The SIT brand will ‘switch off’ from 1 April 2023, so you will see more of the new Te Pūkenga logo and branding across our campuses from April 2023 onwards.
Better support for all learners
Māori, Pasifika, and disabled learners will be able to access new and enhanced mentoring and early out-reach/connection services which focus on increased access, participation, and retention. We are starting with these learner cohorts as they are currently underserved and we want all our communities to thrive.