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  • noun Plural form of polytech.

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Examples

  • "The Government is keen to encourage polytechs to work together in a complementary way and the cross-appointments we have made will encourage that," Mr Joyce said.

    National Business Review (NBR) New Zealand

  • Mr Joyce says these changes would result in savings which would then be recycled to make way for more student places in our universities and polytechs.

    NZ On Screen

  • The thing a lot of people don't understand of course is the tertiary sector is a hugely wide of effectively different sectors, you have universities, you have polytechs, you have private training institutions, you have foundation courses, you have adult literacy and numeracy, all these fit into what's called the box which is tertiary, and they are all different, so you actually do have to treat them all a little bit differently.

    NZ On Screen

  • The thing a lot of people don't understand of course is the tertiary sector is a hugely wide of effectively different sectors, you have universities, you have polytechs, you have private training institutions, you have foundation courses, you have adult literacy and numeracy, all these fit into what's called the box which is tertiary, and they are all different, so you actually do have to treat them all a little bit differently.

    NZ On Screen

  • The thing a lot of people don't understand of course is the tertiary sector is a hugely wide of effectively different sectors, you have universities, you have polytechs, you have private training institutions, you have foundation courses, you have adult literacy and numeracy, all these fit into what's called the box which is tertiary, and they are all different, so you actually do have to treat them all a little bit differently.

    NZ On Screen

  • Labour's spokesperson for tertiary education, Maryan Street, says the minister, Anne Tolley, has managed to alienate everybody with an interest in polytechs.

    Radio New Zealand News Headlines

  • The only way polytechs can grow without running the risk of overspending is through substituting under-performing courses for new ones, but could prove too costly.

    NewsWire.co.nz

  • Mr Davis said this Government does not care about the needs or issues of Maori and the changes would make it harder for polytechs to cater for the needs of young Maori.

    Radio New Zealand News Headlines

  • The polytechs have made thousands of free places available for workers wanting further training instead of taking the 10th day off work.

    ScreenTalk

  • She says the polytechs should reflect the training needs of their region, and removing guaranteed industry and community representatives won't achieve that.

    Radio New Zealand News Headlines

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