The course has helped me become confident using computers. I sent my first email with an attachment. Before the course, I would get my wife to send attachments, now I can do it for myself
Aisake, Operations Process Worker, The Comfort Group
Why does digital literacy matter to Auckland’s Pacific people?
COVID-19 has made Auckland’s entrenched inequities worse for those in the workforce, including access to technology and the internet. In Auckland, 49 per cent of Pacific peoples live in local board areas where household internet access is 83.5 per cent or less on average, compared to Auckland's overall average of 90.6 per cent (2). Empowering people to get online, use technology safely and securely, and pass this knowledge on through their aiga is important to help people be resilient and ready for the future of work.
Project Ikuna - supporting the future of Auckland’s Pacific workforce
Future Ready: Life Online is part of a four-year, MBIE-funded programme to help upskill Auckland’s Pacific workforce so people have the skills and knowledge to adapt to the future of work and the economic impacts of COVID-19.
Ready to upskill your Pacific people for the future of work?
Register now to start your application.
Our team will call you to identify and discuss your learning needs.
We will identify the right training course for your people and connect you with a skilled education provider to deliver the programme in your workplace.