Youth Employment Training and Education Bill – First Reading – Video 6
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Youth Employment Training and Education Bill – First Reading – Video 6


support this bill. Thank you. supportthis bill. Thank you. Dr Parmjeet Parmar. Thank you, Mr Speaker. I want to start by congrat Speaker. I want to start by congrat
rating Darroch Ball for his bill rating Darroch Ball for his bill
being drawn from being drawn from the ballot, but I being drawn from the ballot, but I
am taking this call to oppose this well in their well in their well in their life. In education, it could be through traditional pathways, it could pathways, it could be vocational pathway, through Partnership pathway, through Partnership Schools, or through we are seeing some really good results.
And I feed back when talking to schools, talking parents, talking to students. parents, talking to students. So, Mr Speaker, this bill, Speaker, this bill, Darroch Ball’s Speaker, this bill, Darroch Ball’s
bill, Youth Employment Speaker, this bill, Darroch Ball’s
bill, Youth Employment Training and Education Bill, is Education Bill, is based on Education Bill, is based on six weeks Limited Service Volunteer weeks Limited Service Volunteer
programme that is benefit. That is through that is that is that is only for six that is only for six weeks. This bill, this bill require parental require parental consent, to take up require parental consent, to take up
three years, with our New with our New Zealand Defence Force. but what this bill wants to achieve That part That part we are shifting the responsibility we are shifting the responsibility
of educating our young of educating our young people from of educating our young people from
the education system Defence Force. The bill does not explain everything The bill does not explain everything
how it would work, it does custodial role, it the operational the operational impact on the New
Zealand Defence Force, the operational impact on the New
Zealand Defence Force, tell us tell us what will be the role Ministry Social Ministry Social Development or Ministry Social Development or Ministry Social Development or how If this bill isjust to give better already have already have several programmes in
place, as we have heard colleagues on colleagues on this side. We colleagues on this side. We Gateway programme that is work training for young people from work training for young people from
Year 11. We work training for young people from
Year 11. We have serviced work training for young people from
Year 11. We have serviced Year 11. We have serviced academies Year 11. We have serviced academies
that is to Year 11. We have serviced academies
that is to provide more in learning. in learning. We have in learning. We have that is to young people achieve NCEA level II.
We have youth services young people achieve NCEA level II.
We have youth services extended youth see that these people are in so that they so that they so that they can get into so that they can get into
We have special so that they can get into
We have special problems for Maori and Pacific people. We have and Pacific people. We have Maori and Pacific people. We have Maori
and Pacific trade training, to them get them get into the people aged people aged people aged 16 to 40. And problems for are several programmes available are several programmes available
already for these young are several programmes available
already for these young already for these young people and they’re giving us some really good results. Notjust that, in education we have new way of helping our young and about and about when I’m when I’m talking to schools in communities of communities of learning. The schools coming together schools coming together Talking about the achievements of well in significant increase of Maori and Pacific students for NCEA level II. So there are ways NCEA level II. So there are ways these young these young people can numeracy and literacy numeracy and literacy skills to level II. Not level II. Not level II. Notjust that, about setting good role models for these young people so that they can do well in do well in their life. So through do well in their life. So through our social investment approach we see fewer children now in training courses, going that helps them decide what they that helps them decide what they INTERRUPTION Yes, they understand by seeing going to help them do well in their life.
Overall, Mr Speaker, I life.
Overall, Mr Speaker, Ifeel that life.
Overall, Mr Speaker, Ifeel that this bill is this bill is not thought through this bill is not thought through
properly. There would this bill is not thought through
properly. There would be some unintended scon consequences unintended scon consequences consequences as colleagues from consequences as colleagues from my side have mentioned, that’s why I do not supportthis bill. Thank you, Mr Speaker. As I call Iain him to do what really the last three address the address the address the bill. You’re always
picking on Bill at that we that we should take it to select committee. Because one of the great process in can take can take can take an idea, can take an idea, which perhaps isn’t absolutely perfectly isn’t absolutely perfectly formed,

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