The Vocational Engineering Education New Zealand (VEE.NZ) Board consists of 12 people. There are four provider representatives, nominated representatives from engineering-related WDC's (2), four industry representatives and one Māori Hāpu or Iwi representative.
The Board is responsible for:
- Providing strategic oversight of the unified system of vocational engineering qualifications.
- Governing and guiding the education and training for engineering technicians and technologists through collaboration between industry, providers and workforce development councils.
- Ensuring the qualifications continue to meet the needs of industry, students and providers offering higher level qualifications.
- Ensuring that the NZDE (Dublin Accord) and BEngTech (Sydney Accord) continue to meet the requirements of the international accords.
Workplace Development Councils Representatives
Quality Assurance Committee Chair
Operations Committee Chair
VEE NZ Secretariat