Our response to Covid-19
Aotearoa New Zealand is following the COVID-19 Protection Framework (traffic lights). For more information on the Covid-19 Protection Framework, visit the Unite against Covid-19 website.
On Friday 1 April 2022, the Health, Safety and Wellbeing Committee of Te Pūkenga Council considered and approved an update to our Mandatory Vaccination position Statement.
The updated Position Statement states that unless required by a risk assessment or legislation, proof of vaccination status is not required for kaimahi, ākonga or visitors to enter Te Pūkenga workplaces. We will continue to follow proof of vaccination requirements for any third parties we interact with.
You can read our position statement here:Te Pūkenga Position Statement regarding COVID-19 Vaccination
Useful links to information for ākonga and learning providers
Ministry of Education advice for tertiary learners and providers
StudyLink information for learners
Ministry of Health for health advice, including vaccination information
Unite against Covid-19 for information on settings and requirements