ITP research is comprised of the research-active business divisions of Te Pūkenga – New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology. Our network believes that applying responsive research to business and community needs, and collaboration with government agencies and the private sector, will increase the productivity of business and help New Zealand grow a strong and sustainable commercial innovation sector. It aims to do this by connecting the expertise of ITP research (including skilled graduates) with businesses, government agencies and communities.
In order to make this vision a reality ITP research has developed this ‘research voucher’ funding initiative. If you or your business have a problem that needs solving, a question that needs answering, or an idea that needs development – then talk to us, we want to work with you.
Educating more than 111,000 domestic and international full and part-time students each year, the ITP research network offers a range of vocational and applied educational and training opportunities from certificate to doctorate level.
The focus of the ITP research is to deliver value from collaboration on strategic activities. These activities will assist business transformation and economic development and deliver more efficient and effective provision of world-class education for New Zealand and international students.
Sharing of internal systems, processes, and infrastructure to drive efficiency of operations.
Influencing national policy on vocational education and training.
Maximizing opportunities for technology development and transfer.
Developing international strategic alliances and networks and delivering export education growth.
Development and delivery of joint national programmes.
Progressing an innovative applied research agenda.