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A world class education is closer than you think
MAKE THE MOST OF WHAT OUR REGION
HAS TO OFFER, STUDY:
Small School, Big Heart
Garin College is a co-educational Catholic
College with boarding facilities for boys
and girls based in Richmond, Nelson. Our
modern facilities and extensive grounds
back onto Saxton Field, Tasman’s premier
sporting grounds. We have a number of
places for non-Catholic students.
Why choose Garin College
• Small community based Catholic College
• Modern facilities in beautiful grounds
• A safe and caring environment
• Family style hostel
• Fantastic results for all students, NCEA,
Rock Quest, Stage Challenge, Sports,
Outdoor adventure and more
Our off-site boarding hostels provide a
welcoming family environment for
students away from home and our boarders
achieve well above the national average
at all levels of NCEA. To find out more
about boarding contact Robert Booth on
0276 544835, e-mail robertbooth@cloud.
garincollege.ac .nz or visit our website.
Garin College, 35 Champion Road, Richmond, Nelson
Email: email@example.com .nz
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for 2015 & beyond
for 2016 & beyond
places are limited
The SIT Christchurch Campus has a range of trades
programmes on offer under the zero fees scheme! SIT
also has youth guarantee scheme places for students
between 16-19 years of age — this means students
pay no tuition, no material and no admin fees as well as
receiving a travel allowance!
Just a taste of some of the programmes we deliver:-
In addition to the zero tuition fees scheme at SIT there
are no material fees and no administration fees for the
National Certificate in Project Management (Level 4) and
National Diploma in Project Management (Level 5) this
courses utilises a blended delivery method, students
study on-line and through a series of fortnightly
workshops to suit people working.
The Certificate in Construction (Level 3) covers
carpentry theory, elementary construction skills, health
and safety, drawing and practical construction skills.
Every class builds a house from scratch, with practical
sessions being alternated with classroom learning.
Classes are three days per week and with work in a
building firm for the other two days. This 40 week course
allows students to work through a lot of the theory units
required for their building apprenticeship.
SIT’s Certificate in Automotive Engineering (Level 3):
Students learn basic engineering skills and how engines,
gear boxes, differentials and brakes, etc. work. Our
training is a prerequisite for starting apprenticeships
in Automotive Engineering, Automotive Engineering
(Heavy Equipment) Automotive Electrical Engineering,
Automotive Machining and Motorcycle Engineering.
Contact SIT Christchurch Campus today on 0800 867
883 or visit www.sit.ac.nz.
Manufacturing & Technology Voca onal Pathway
Call Karoro Learning on 03 768 9998!
*Subject to Youth Guarantee eligibility criteria
(Limited adult places may also be available.)
NCEA L1 & L2—Starts 27 July
16—19? Free* training
We’ll get U fixed! Apply Now!
SIT CHRISTCHURCH CAMPUS
0800 TO STUDY (0800 867 883)
*Direct material costs apply
Starting August 2015
Certificate in Automotive Engineering
Certificate in Construction
FREE FEES @ SIT
NO tuition fees; NO material costs; NO admin charges
Intakes starting soon:
National Certificate in Project Management Level 4
National Diploma in Project Management Level 5
22 June 2015 to 24 June 2015
Westland High School
Greymouth: Regent Theatre
Buller High School
Come and see us at the West Coast Careers
Expo and say YES to a smarter future.
WEST COAST CAREERS EXPO
Growing up in Haast, Georgia McInroe
developed an appreciation for life in a
small isolated community and the rural
As a people person she was drawn
to a career in the healthcare/medicine
field and studied some health science
papers by correspondence while still at
high school. At 18, she started Nelson
Marlborough Institute of Technology
(NMIT)’s Bachelor of Nursing programme,
taking advantage of NMIT’s Half a Degree
for Free scholarship for local school
leavers. “ This made a huge difference to
the financial pressures of study,” she says.
After graduating, Georgia was offered
a new graduate position with the West
Coast District Health Board where she
will spend six months on an acute
medical ward followed by six months on
a general surgical ward.
“It’s a very good foundation of
knowledge for my entire nursing career
and I’m learning huge amounts each
and every day.” Georgia says the money
is great, and she is enjoying the work
Another student to benefit from the
Half a Degree for Free scholarship was
Daniel Casey. “ Who wants to come out of
study with a big student loan?” he says.
Daniel graduated from NMIT in 2009
with a degree in Information Technology.
Today he is a senior developer at Core
Transport Technologies Inc. Daniel says, “I
was recruited straight out of my degree.
for my own graduation!”. Daniel knew
he wanted to study IT having been
programming since he was eleven and
NMIT was the obvious choice.
All school leavers from any West Coast
school are eligible for the Half a Degree
for Free scholarship giving students a
50% discount off their tuition fees.
For more information on NMIT
programmes and the Half a Degree for
Free scholarship see nmit.ac.nz
From Haast to Nelson for
Bachelor of Nursing
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