Inspired By Excellence & Innovation

Land Based Training Limited (LBT) was incorporated on the 9th day of December 1996 and is registered as a Private Training Establishment by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) under the provisions of the Education Act 1989 and its subsequent amendments.

Land Based Training Limited is an innovative Tertiary Education Provider with its head office based in Whanganui and branching out with courses and facilities throughout New Zealand.

Land Based Training is classed as a Category One Provider through NZQA’s External Evaluation and Review (EER) process and is nationally accredited by NZQA to deliver New Zealand qualifications from level 2 to level 5. We are a multi funded provider through the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC), Ministry of Social Development (MSD), Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT), Secondary Schools and private businesses.

Current Programmes Offered:

Agriculture
Foundation Skills
Literacy and Numeracy
Workplace Literacy and Numeracy
Horticulture and Forestry
Apiculture
Civil Infrastructure
Residential Property Maintenance with BCATS
Pest Control and Monitoring
Sustainability

Land Based Training is a signatory to the Code of Practice for International Students. We continue to work with Education New Zealand in developing our International portfolio targeting linkages with countries such as China, Uruguay, Botswana and Europe.

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Our Priorities – Tō tātou Whakārotau

OBJECTIVE 1: LEARNERS AT THE CENTRE

Priority 1: Ensure places of learning are safe, inclusive and free from racism, discrimination and bullying

Priority 2: Have high aspirations for every learner/ākonga, and support these by partnering with their whānau and communities to design and deliver education that responds to their needs, and sustains their identities, languages and cultures

OBJECTIVE 2: BARRIER FREE ACCESS

Priority 3: Reduce barriers to education for all, including for Māori and Pacific learners/ākonga, disabled learners/ākonga and those with learning support needs

Priority 4: Ensure every learner/ākonga gains sound foundation skills, including language, literacy and numeracy

OBJECTIVE 3: QUALITY TEACHING AND LEADERSHIP

Priority 5: Meaningfully incorporate te reo Māori and tikanga Māori into the everyday life of the place of learning

Priority 6: Develop staff to strengthen teaching, leadership, and learner support capability across the education workforce

OBJECTIVE 4: FUTURE OF LEARNING AND WORK

Priority 7: Collaborate with industries and employers to ensure learners/ ākonga have the skills, knowledge, and pathways to succeed in work

OBJECTIVE 5: WORLD CLASS INCLUSIVE EDUCATION

Priority 8: Enhance the contribution of research and mātauranga Māori in addressing local and global challenges