Learning

EMA Learning revenue, including conferences, for the past financial year is less than in the previous year, at $3,280,195, mostly as a result of learning not being able to go ahead due to COVID-19.

However, the team moved quickly to introduce a new platform that ensured many courses could go ahead, and the move towards more e-learning and online learning which has found favour and will continue into the coming year.

In total over the past financial year 543 courses, conferences and events were held with more than 6,418 people attending, including those who received:

  • 5 learners awarded National Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety (Workplace Safety) (Level 3)
  • 11 Learners awarded National Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety (Co-ordination) (Level 4)
  • 4 learners awarded New Zealand Certificate in Workplace Health and Safety Practice (Level 4)
  • 48 learners awarded the New Zealand Diploma in Workplace Health and Safety Management (Level 6)
  • 5 learners awarded National Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety (Workplace Safety) (Level 3)
  • 11 Learners awarded National Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety (Co-ordination) (Level 4)
  • 4 learners awarded New Zealand Certificate in Workplace Health and Safety Practice (Level 4)
  • 48 learners awarded the New Zealand Diploma in Workplace Health and Safety Management (Level 6)

6,418

people attended a course, event or conference

543

courses, conferences and events were delivered

31

courses were delivered virtually during alerts levels 4 and 3

68

learners were awarded qualifications

6,342

people tuned into our Helping you get through COVID-19 Web Series

Conferences​

As well as the agility shown through COVID-19 to still offer learning and conferencing although in a different form, the conferencing team also moved very quickly to set up a free Web Series in conjunction with ATEED on key topics.

Seventeen webinars were held over a month beginning in late March 2020, on topics ranging from Restructure and Redundancy and Medical Absence to COVID-19 as an Illness and Rebuilding Capability and Capacity.

Following on from the completion of the Web Series with ATEED, the EMA carried it on to an additional 13 webinars using EMA experts and other subject matter experts on topics from Contact Tracing to Managing Cashflow and Alert Level 3: Helping you get through.

Lukas Sousa from Malcolm Pacific and the EMA's Sonja Rose.