Why choose Manukau Institute of Technology?
The Customised Learning and Development Centre (CLDC)
Our team has been working in this field since the government initiated these programmes and through the years we have gained experience in:
- working with a wide variety of industries
- providing support to pathway companies onto Employer Direct funding
- delivering NCALE Voc training to develop sustainability within the workplace
- connecting with other teams within MIT to link to other training e.g. Excel, Unit Standard: 4098 Workplace Assessment
- working with companies to rewrite workplace documentation in plain English
- working with ITOs to deliver their programmes
- providing consultation as required
Workplace Communication Programmes
We work closely with you during each step of the process to ensure the programme is customised to provide your company with the maximum benefit.
- A customised programme tailored to your needs
- Qualified and experienced tutors
- The support and resources available to those working with the support of a large institute
- Pathway opportunities for further learning
- Experience in supporting applications to access Employee Funded programmes and the subsequent implementation of these programmes
- Your employees on the programme will receive an MIT Certificate of Attendance
- Ability to link learning with NZQA qualifications where appropriate
Some companies we have worked in partnership with:
The manufacturing facility at Nufarm NZ is partnering with the MIT CLDC team to improve the communication skills of our workforce. Employees so far involved have enjoyed the experience. The course benefits have implications both in and out of the workplace with increases in work quality and confidence. The CLDC team are proving to be a versatile resource, applying their adult education skills to a variety of our issues.
Nicolas Young; Manufacturing Manager
Tata Steel International (Australasia) Ltd
Tata Steel’s management in Auckland believed it had communication gaps with some of its staff (information being ignored or misinterpreted, an assumption that staff knew things that they didn’t and that we were not getting feedback from the team).
We worked with MIT to help us find out if our concerns were real, identify clear goals and then to propose a pathway to achieve these.
From this the MIT team designed and delivered a series of “Communications Skills” sessions for a selected group. The sessions not only improved the ability of the participants to be more effective communicators, but also lifted their self-esteem, giving them the ability to tell us what we needed and the willingness to do so.
Derek Titman; Logistics and Projects Manager
McIntosh Timber Laminates
Our employees benefited greatly by participating in a literacy programme run by M.I.T’s Customised Learning & Development Centre at our workplace last year.
The courses were clearly structured & tailored to our site & company goals.
The tutor & staff were always very supportive & accessible; reporting to management on progress regularly. The participants improved considerably in confidence & communication skills, at work & in family life.
In 2011 two of the companies MIT worked in partnership with entered the Skills Highway Awards. To view their thoughts click on the following links.