Modern Apprenticeships: A third way in industry training?

Author: Piercy, Gemma Louise

Date: 2003

Publisher: The Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand (AIRAANZ)

Type: Conference item

Link to this item using this URL: https://hdl.handle.net/10289/4871

University of Waikato

Abstract

Modern Apprenticeship was one of Labour’s flagship policies to be implemented early in the Coalition Government’s first term. This case study of Modern Apprenticeship investigated the extent to which ‘third way’ rhetoric is present in industry training policy in New Zealand. The paper will compare and contrast the British and New Zealand models of Modern Apprenticeship. The paper concludes by outlining similarities and differences in the two models in order to ascertain the extent to which the model in New Zealand can be described as ‘third way’.

Subjects: New Zealand, Modern Apprenticeship

Citation: ["Piercy, G. (2003). Modern Apprenticeships: A third way in industry training? In Proceedings of the 17th AIRAANZ Conference in Melbourne, Monash University, Australia, 5-7 February 2003 (pp. 1-10)."]

Copyright: This article has been published in Proceedings of the 17th AIRAANZ Conference in Melbourne, Monash University, Australia, 5-7 February 2003. © 2000 AIRAANZ. Used with permission.