Tamaki IT Academy – radical approach to vocational training
Students at Tamaki College are on their way to becoming interns for a vocational training that solves the conundrum of getting young people out of school who are digitally trained and into a career that involves technology, when they haven’t had any experience. Fusion’s Intern Pathway bridges the gap between schools, practical workplace and academic learning, with the outcome a well-trained and practical employee. It’s all about co-constructing learning for IT students; a partnership for skills learning, transitioning between college and the workplace….
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