The New Zealand Tech Alliance is a group of independent technology associations from across New Zealand that work together to ensure a strong voice for technology.Visit Tech Alliance
From 2018, Digital Technologies have been recognised as part of the technology learning area within the New Zealand Curriculum. In Te Marautanga o Aotearoa, it is recognised as a whenu (strand) within the Hangarau Wāhanga Ako. Learning in digital technologies is linked to learning across all learning areas and Wāhanga Ako.
The Digital Technologies curriculum is available for all students from years one to 13, with the option to specialise from year 11. It is expected that all schools and kura will be teaching the new curriculum content by 2020. Learn more.
Beyond school, it doesn’t matter if you are a graduate or mid career, there is training available for you. Options include non-linear career paths, workplace training and internships. Also contact your tertiary institute for course details or search here.
ShadowTech – inspiring girls into tech
Our award winning ShadowTech programme provides girls in years nine to 11 with tech work experience. ShadowTech connects girls with female mentors in the tech ecosystem to experience a day on the job. Learn more and register for our next ShadowTech Day in your city.