Your Training & Assessing industry specialist
Tana Training Ltd is an NZQA registered Private Training Establishment (PTE) specialising in Forklift Operator, Working at Heights, Non-notifiable Low Level Scaffolding and Elevated Work Platform training and assessment.
Our training is delivered and assessed by industry experienced and qualified experts who are focused on providing measurable results and ensuring compliance and safety standards are maintained.
He mea rehita na te Mana Tohu Mātauranga o Aotearoa kia tu hei Whai Whakangungu Motuhake i raro i te maru Part 18 o te Ture Mātauranga 1989.
(A private training establishment that has been granted registration by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority under Part 18 of the Education Act 1989)
Overview of the Code 2021 can be viewed here. This video and other information can be found on the NZQA website aim to support learners understanding on the Code of practice (2021).
NZQA and NZTA Accredited
Our reputation for quality and reliability is underpinned by our extensive NZQA accreditations. We are committed to providing a broad spectrum of industry training in the construction, farming ang logistic sectors. Tana Training Limited is also an approved NZTA course provider for Forklift F Endorsement.
We're flexible to suit your needs
While our expertise is important, it is our flexibility of which we are most proud. It is all part of the service. We are aware that planning and scheduling your training needs is hard work and hence we can ease your stress by providing training and assessment in your workplace / site.
Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of Students
Tana Training Limited is committed to supporting the wellbeing and safety of our learners. Along with other tertiary education providers in New Zealand, Tana Training Limited must ensure that it is compliant with the expectations set out in the Education (Pastoral Care of Tertiary and International Learners) Code of Practice 2021.
What is the Code?
The Code was developed by the Ministry of Education to document a range of requirements designed to support the wellbeing and safety of domestic and international students through one set of clear rules and expectations. The Code covers learners having opportunities to have their voices heard and topics such as physical safety and inclusion, access to advice and support services, physical and mental health support, and Te Tiriti o Waitangi principles.
Annual self-review of pastoral care
As part of the Code, Tana Training Limited is required to undertake an annual self-review to assess whether it is meeting the Code's expectations. The self-review process involves gathering input and ideas for improvement from leaner voice and relevant data. A copy of our Education Code of Practice Strategic Goals is available below.
What do I do if I have a concern?
Within the regulatory framework for learner wellbeing and safety, there is a clear pathway for learners to raise concerns about Tana Training Limited’s compliance with the Code. In the first instance, learners should raise concerns about potential breaches of the Code directly with the Training and Compliance Manager, Tana Training Limited. The Code requires tertiary providers to have effective practices to respond to learner needs, concerns, and complaints. If learners’ concerns/complaints are not effectively addressed by their provider, learners can escalate the matter to NZQA or, if they relate to financial or contractual matters, the Disputes Resolution Scheme (DRS for domestic learners).
Learner Literacy Support: When seeking literacy support in New Zealand, consider reaching out to these organizations and resources for more specific and localized information. https://www.literacy.org.nz/ or MSD.
Please contact us, if you wish to discuss this further.
Tana Training Limited Education Code of Practice Strategic Goals. Click here to download.