Not sure what you want to do? School not for you? We’ve got the #ULTIMATE course for you!
The #Ultimate is a FREE six-month course that gives you an introduction to a range of careers and skills to gain employment. Click here for more details
Become an apprentice with the National Certificate in Mechanical Engineering from TrainMe
If you are looking for a career in welding, general engineering, machining, toolmaking, fitting, engineering maintenance, engineering fabrication, or marine engineering, then this FREE 10 month course will give you the foundation skills for these apprenticeships. Click here for more information
Get Best Practice Farming Skills with the National Certificate in Agriculture Level 2
In Best Practice Farming you will learn practical skills such as tractor driving, safe use of quad bikes, fencing and chainsaw skills. You will also learn Occupational Safety & Health (OSH) practices and First Aid. Click here for more details.
Prepare yourself for a career in the Police, NZ Defence Forces, Fire Service, Security industry and the opportunity to earn NCEA 2.
All uniformed roles now require a high level of fitness. This course is very physical. Physical training is a regular occurrence and participation is imperative. Teamwork is a lesson students will learn quickly… Click here for more details
We work with refugees and migrants to lay a strong English foundation so they can progress into higher level programmes or into employment. Many of our students not only have high language needs, but are also at the crucial first stage in establishing their new life in New Zealand. Click here for more details.
Intensive Literacy and Numeracy
Having difficulty with reading and writing or making simple calculations can be stressful, hold back employment opportunities, and make the demands of everyday life a challenge. This programme is designed to give students the confidence to tackle those challenges. Click here for more details.
How do you really know who to choose?
With us, we work with them from 9:00am to 3:00pm each work day. We see them first-hand if they will turn up on time, how they interact with others, their commitment to task and motivation to work. And then… click here for more details