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This guidance is designed to be used alongside learning modules developed by the Transport Agency, which are available to our partner organisations. To request access to the modules, email nltp@nzta.govt.nz with your name, title, organisation and manager’s name.

The links below will take you directly to the course page, where you can log-in after clicking  ‘enrol’, but you can also find them by going to the catalogue and searching for the course you want.

NZ Transport Agency's Learning Zone log-in page

NZ Transport Agency’s Learning Zone log-in page

Business Case Approach introductory modules 

Business Case Approach essentials online learning moduleThe introductory ‘Business Case Approach (BCA)’ course includes:

  • Business Case Approach (BCA) essentials
  • Business Case Approach (BCA) – the principles in action

Go to the introductory Business Case Approach learning modules (external link)

To open the course, click the link above and then click ‘enrol’. You will be prompted to enter your log in.  Once you have logged in, you should be taken directly to the course. You can also find it by going to the catalogue and searching for ‘BCA’. 

Point of entry

Introducing the point of entry online learning module

The ‘Point of entry’ course includes:

  • Point of entry essentials
  • Introducing the point of entry
  • Make it real.

Go to the point of entry learning modules (external link)

To open the course, click the link above and then click ‘enrol’. You will be prompted to enter your log in.  Once you have logged in, you should be taken directly to the course. You can also find it by going to the catalogue and searching for ‘point of entry’.

Strategic case

Building your strategic case – 1 online learning module

The ‘Getting to know strategic cases’ course includes:

  • Building your strategic case – 1 
  • Building your strategic case – 2
  • What’s your strategy?

Go to the strategic case learning modules (external link)

To open the course, click the link above and then click ‘enrol’. You will be prompted to enter your log in.  Once you have logged in, you should be taken directly to the course. You can also find it by going to the catalogue and searching for ‘strategic case’.

Programme business case

Programme business case overview

 

The ‘Understanding programme business cases and activity management plans’ course  includes:

  • Programme business case overview
  • Developing a programme business case
  • Demonstrating value in an activity management plan.

Go to the programme business case learning modules (external link)

To open the course, click the link above and then click ‘enrol’. You will be prompted to enter your log in.  Once you have logged in, you should be taken directly to the course. You can also find it by going to the catalogue and searching for ‘programme business case’. 

Single-stage, indicative and detailed business cases

The ‘Activity-level business cases’ course covers single-stage, indicative and detailed business cases.

Go to the activity-level business cases learning module (external link)

To open the course, click the link above and then click ‘enrol’. You will be prompted to enter your log in.  Once you have logged in, you should be taken directly to the course. You can also find it by going to the catalogue and searching for ‘activity-level business cases’. 

Investment Assessment Framework

Getting to know the Investment Assessment Framework

The Investment Assessment Framework (IAF) course includes:

  • Getting to know the Investment Assessment Framework
  • The Investment Assessment Framework in action.

This course is currently unavailable. It will be replaced soon with an updated course that reflects the new IAF that has been developed for the 2018–21 National Land Transport Programme (NLTP). The draft IAF is currently available for feedback until 18 May, and will be finalised by 30 June 2018.

Find out more about the draft IAF

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