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2016

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What’s inside GRAB provides info on the options WelTec offers. In this magazine we share different student experiences, tips on how to choose a course and check-in on what some of our grads are up to.

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Support for your study We want you to succeed and achieve the results you need. Learn about the support we provide. This includes initiatives for our MÄ ori and Pasifika students.

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Youth and foundation options

Choosing a course 20 - 23

Need to cover the basics? Learn about different ways to achieve NCEA Level 1 and 2. You can even study fees free.

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Scholarships

Next steps

Have a look at the different scholarships we offer. Our scholarships are aimed at rewarding your motivation and not just past results.

For more information check weltec.ac.nz or talk to one of our Student Advisors. If you’re ready to enrol then you can apply online at weltec.ac.nz/enrol

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Important dates 2015 Trimester 3 2016 Trimester 1 Trimester 2

Start 10 November

Finish 26 February

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STATS AND INFO

WelTec by numbers We’ve invested in new facilities. We’ve developed new qualifications. Our students have succeeded in the work force. They’ve won world championships. Our goal is to always place students first.

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TEC LIFE HERE AT WEL

What’s a day like for our students? Amber, Cookery

I study four days a week, Monday to Thursday. It’s four and a half hours a day – either a morning shift from 8am to 12.30pm, or midday to 5pm, or the evening shift from 5 to 9.30pm. I get here half an hour early, change into a chef’s apron, hat, my nonslip shoes and so on. I need time to change, get into my uniform, as well as to relax prior to class. You spend three and a half to four hours in the kitchen with your tutor who does demos, then we do it ourselves. The tutors offer tips from their own experience, which is really helpful. For instance, all our recipes come from the students’ manual but the tutor might say, ‘for this particular dish, I prefer to use olive oil’.

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In cooking, you end up with a lot of dishes, so we wash a lot of dishes! We spend the last half hour doing a really good clean up – we clean the hobs, sinks and benches.

Jeremy is studying his Electrical Engineering qualification in night classes because he works at his apprenticeship during the day.

I come into WelTec on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5.30pm to 7.30pm. I do normal working hours – a 40 hour week – then once I’m finished, come to ‘Tec. Jeremy Electrical Engineering

Bronwyn works full-time but is furthering her skills by completing the Graduate Diploma in Event Management.

I’m actually really lucky, my work has given me time to do this. I only go to school on Mondays, and that’s all that’s required. I go to work on Monday morning then go to school for five hours. In addition to class there’s some some after-hours stuff. Bronwyn Event Management

Business administration student Melinda is here Monday to Thursday.

It’s a 17 week course. I study from nine to three, Monday to Thursday, and after study I work part-time for a couple of hours. I have Fridays off. I do most of my assignments at WelTec, except self-assessed tests which you have to do at home. Melinda Business Admin

Ashley found himself a job at the end of his second year with KiwiRail. So he’s finishing off his Bachelor of Engineering Technology part-time.

For me, it’s a three-quarter day on Monday, a day off on Tuesday, all day Wednesday and I work on Thursday and Friday. Ashley Engineering

Juan, Creative Technologies

Jamie, Applied Decorating

In the first year, you go to school every day – it’s a lot like high school. In the second year it started becoming more real and the tutors become quite flexible. Now I’m in my third year, I’m often working from home or on location doing filming.

Right now, we’re dealing with colour and all sorts of decorating effects. Next week, we’re doing spray and then conventional painting and then we’re onto wallpaper.

I work from my studio at home on Mondays and Tuesdays. Wednesdays I have meetings with tutors. On Thursday there are exhibition tutorials, on Friday I’m there doing a first-year paper.

The course is very hands-on, it’s not just theory classes. It’s actually more practical than I thought it would be – that’s what I love about it. I get here an hour earlier, I don’t like to be late. I just go up to the computers before class then we get straight into things, chunk that out, have our first break then get straight into practical work for the rest of the afternoon. With only one hour of theory, I’m there every day.

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How to make the most of your study Here’s some advice from WelTec students on how to make the most of your time here. Expectations

Go hard

Be open

sure you know what the “ Make tutors expect from you. Get

give it your all – go hard at it. “ Just Your tutors will respect you. Your

an open mind. I wasn’t “ Gotooinsurewithwhat it was going to

employers will respect you.

involve even though I’d done a bit of research. Be prepared – bring writing utensils and stuff for note taking – and have an open mind.

Pay attention

Ask people

week, pay attention to “ Inall thethe first details and tips that tutors

thing I’d stress is don’t be “ The shy to ask for help. Everyone is

quite a while – I get quite a bit of help from my classmates.

Keeping ahead

Volunteer

Approach

I found is if you can do a “ What little bit of reading in your own

all opportunities. It might “ Grab just be 10 minutes extra or half

say treat it more like a “ Ijobwould than study. Turn up to every

time this will give you a real advantage when it comes to exams.

an hour. The tutor might ask for volunteers. Put your name forward, learn something new.

class. Get your work done. Don’t mess around!

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ready to help you, even with small things. Especially for different people from different cultures like me – asking for help is the way forward.

to know your classmates. “ Get You’re going to be with them for

give you – such as due dates for assignments, and where to go to print things without having to pay for it.

Be social

clarification on exactly what needs to be done in assignments. And focus on the papers that are worth more credits.

5 tips to avoid an embarrassing first day

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Don’t turn up in school uniform There’s no uniform at WelTec and there’s no assembly or form period either. Instead come along to orientation to familiarise yourself with everything and then once classes start, just go to the first class on your schedule.

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Double check your timetable Check your timetable before heading to class. Ask for directions, use the campus maps. You’ll probably be the odd one out if you walk into veterinary nursing when you’re actually studying carpentry.

Show up to the right campus WelTec has three campuses in Wellington, as well as a campus in Auckland. You’re probably only going to study at one of those so it should be easy to remember.

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Try not to break anything One of the great things about hands-on learning is you’ll get to work in an auto workshop or in a chef ’s kitchen, with cameras, trades tools or computers. Just try not to break anything, especially on your first day.

Call your tutor by their name – not ‘Mum’ by mistake Not much to help you here. Just listen to your tutors and use their first name.

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T STUDENT SUPPOR

From the day you start at WelTec to the time you start looking for a job, we’re here for you. Course advice and enrolment If you’re not sure what to do, our student advisors can help you choose the best course for you. We’ll look at what you like doing, what you’ve achieved, what you want to achieve and how you can get to that goal. We’re also able to talk through the financials. How student loans and StudyLink work and scholarships that might be available. weltec.ac.nz/enrol

International WelTec International is the first point of contact for all new and future international students. The friendly and welcoming staff will assist with enquiries, enrolments, student visa applications and other student support issues for international students. weltec.ac.nz/international

Ability Support Team

Learning Support

If you have a learning disability, WelTec’s ability support team can help you and give you support. It might be the assistance of a reader/writer, specialised equipment or support tutors. We’re here for you.

Computers. Student support. Mentoring. Library books and resources. Printing. The Learning Commons is the place where you can find the practical assistance you need to complete your studies.

Accommodation

There are helpdesk staff who can assist you or point you in the right direction. Whether it’s checking if your essay’s on the right track, getting advice on time management or note-taking, help with referencing for reports or CV writing tips.

Many students flat locally or student accommodation is available at 222 Willis, WelTec’s facility in the Wellington CBD. 222 Willis is secure, safe and absolutely focused on students. It’s brand new, having opened in 2014. You can join a whole range of students here, both from WelTec and other institutes. 222 Willis has a mix of studio, two and four bedroom flats, all fully-furnished and with their own kitchens and bathrooms. It’s self-catered so you have the freedom to eat when and what you want. And if someone you know is also heading to Wellington (to any tertiary institute), you can arrange to stay in the same flat. 222willis.co.nz

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We also run seminars and workshops on different topics to help you succeed in your studies. weltec.ac.nz/studentsupport

Jobs Broker During your studies or once you’ve finished, our jobs broker can help you connect with employers. We run career evenings, advertise job vacancies and engage with employers.

Student Health Services Access to a range of health services is available to students. First aid treatment is available on all campuses. There’s also a free student counselling service to help you manage any problems that may affect your learning. This service is independent and totally confidential. weltec.ac.nz/healthservices

Childcare Te Whare Ako is WelTec’s childcare centre, built specifically to provide care for the children of WelTec students and staff. weltec.ac.nz/tewhareako

Gym WelTec’s Dynamics Gym at Petone is available for students at low-cost. The gym has a large and well-equipped weights room. A space for cardio with treadmills, cross-trainers, bikes and rowers. And a dedicated room for fitness testing. weltec.ac.nz/gym

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Māori Nau Mai, Haere Mai Ko te pae tawhiti whaia kia tata whakamaua kia tina Continue seeking to bring distant horizons closer: consolidate what you have already achieved. WelTec offers support for Māori, by Māori. Our staff and mentors will guide you through your studies and offer cultural support. Our centre, Te Whare Awhina, is a place where you’ll feel at home. It’s where you can get advice and assistance. WelTec has a long-standing relationship with the local iwi, Te Atiawa through Te Runanganui o Taranaki Whanui Ki Te Upoko o Te Ika A Maui. We work with local iwi to help our students get into the workforce. > > > > >

study groups advice and support WelTec/Tamaiti Whangai mentoring support academic assistance cultural and personal development and support

Contact Te Whāre Awhina 28 Kensington Avenue, Petone Campus (04) 920 2509 or (04) 920 2747 maoristudentssupp@weltec.ac.nz weltec.ac.nz/maori

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Pasifika Fakatalofa atu. Talofa lava. Kia orana. Ni sa bula vinaka. Malo e lelei. Taloha ni. Fakaalofa lahi atu. Warm Pacific greetings. Come down to the friendly Pasifika Centre, which offers support for Pasifika students. Study, work on an assignment, hang out or take part in a tutorial. It’s a place where you can get the support you need. WelTec’s Pasifika Centre is here to provide support to Pasifika students wherever you are studying at WelTec. We can help you get the most from your learning journey. > cultural activities > learning advisors > mentors > pastoral care support > sports events

Contact Pasifika Centre Student Hub T Block, Petone Campus 0800 935 832 pasifika@weltec.ac.nz weltec.ac.nz/pasifika

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But how to decide?

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Finding the perfect option Here’s what some of our students thought about when choosing what to study.

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Follow your interests You might already have a broad idea of what you’re good at and what you’d enjoy. Lochie followed his interests.

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I didn’t really know what I wanted to do until early high school. I had an interest in construction and design and my parents told me to look into civil engineering. After doing some research, I’ve never looked back.

I never really had any idea what I wanted to do, never really found my passion at school. After taking a gap year, my parents were like, ‘We’re going to put you in this course’. I thought, ‘Ok, I’ll give it a go’. It’s set me down a broad path, but at last I’ve found a path.

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Don’t just do something because your mates are That’s the advice from Kaneeda, who’s now at WelTec studying plumbing after doing a pre-trade course a couple of years ago.

Give it a shot if it’s something you really enjoy. Don’t just do it because all your mates are doing it.

Business student Chirag talked it through with his parents.

I wanted something I loved doing, I never wanted to do something that I just wasn’t that into. I’m doing what I love.

I studied tourism at WelTec because my aunty works for an airline and I grew up thinking I’d like to do that. Tourism at WelTec was a good choice.

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It was also an easy choice for patisserie student Maxine who’d always loved cooking.

Talk to your parents

Tala always wanted to work for an airline and is now part of the Jetstar team at Wellington airport.

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Do something you love

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Do something you’ve always wanted to do

Henry, a plumbing apprentice who’s doing his qualification at WelTec, found out more about the industry by getting some work experience.

Check things out thoroughly before choosing a course. If you want to get into plumbing like I did, do things like visit a plumbing supplies shop, get some work experience, or get around and see some different workplaces.

Andrew spoke to people working in the industry before choosing the Bachelor of Information Technology at WelTec. I was tossing up between WelTec and Victoria. To pick the WelTec opportunity, I talked to a few people in the IT industry. I also have a mentor who runs an IT company. All said the same thing: WelTec offers more practical-based knowledge.

Start talking about it Event management student Sophie suggests talking through your study plans with friends, family, flatmates, future employers – in fact, anyone who’ll listen. You’ll get their thoughts on whether it’s a good option.

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Chat to potential employers

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At school, towards the last few years, I didn’t really know what I wanted to do. I knew I didn’t want to do an office job; I wanted something hands-on. I had a friend doing plumbing a few days a week and he really enjoyed it. I thought I’d give it a go.

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Do something completely different Says Andrea who’s now studying IT programming and coding.

My partner suggested I get into programming. At the time, I had no idea what it was all about. It was a big change. I wanted to use more of my brain power.

Try it out

Just start getting yourself out there, start talking about your plans for study. I wanted to do something to give me a bit more of a foot in the door and I’ve now met so many people and made a lot of connections.

Talk with our tutors Have a chat to some of our tutors at the open day or drop them an email. Jovan, who’s doing the Diploma in Computer Servicing, knows how helpful they are.

Pay attention to tutors and what they say, when you start and at the open day. They pretty much take care of you.

Kaneeda also recommends checking out the industry up-close.

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ENTRY CRITERIA

Entry criteria Here’s a basic guide to entry criteria. You can find general entry information for each course in the programme descriptions. Many programmes have specific criteria. To check details, go to weltec.ac.nz or talk to us on 0800 WELTEC (935 832) or email information@weltec.ac.nz

If you...

You could study... Trades Academy See page 26

Are still at school, but want to start learning career skills Star and Gateway See page 27 Foundation level programmes See page 25 Need formal qualifications or want to learn new skills Right Start See page 29 Are 16-19, but don’t have formal qualifications or skills

Youth Guarantee See page 28

Have NCEA Level 1*

Certificate programmes or higher See the programmes section (page 30 onwards)

Are over 20 with the required skills

Certificate programmes See the programmes section (page 30 onwards)

Have NCEA Level 2* or a relevant certificate qualification

Diploma programmes See the programmes section (page 30 onwards)

Have NCEA Level 3* or a relevant certificate qualification

Degree programmes See the programmes section (page 30 onwards)

Have a Bachelor’s degree or relevant experience or qualifications

Graduate Diploma programmes See the programmes section (page 30 onwards)

*Talk to us about achieving entry requirements. Contact our Student Advisors on 0800 WELTEC (935 832).

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Foundation options Prepare for more advanced study. Build skills in English, maths and communication. Specialise in an area that interests you. We offer options that allow you to learn the essentials.

There are also a range of foundation options in particular areas.

> Still in school? Try Wellington Trades Academy. Or STAR and Gateway.

Preparing for tertiary study > Certificate in Preparation for Tertiary Study (offered by Whitireia)

> 16-19 years old? School not the right place? Youth Guarantee allows you to study for free in a range of practical programmes. > Want to start learning career skills full-time? Choose Right Start. Gain NCEA Level 2 in 17 weeks. Open to all ages. Our foundation options are suitable for students of all ages.

Construction > Painting > Plastering See Construction Trades, pages 54 - 57 Engineering > Summer Maths > Certificate in Foundation Studies (Engineering) See Engineering, pages 62 - 65

Certificate in Foundation Studies

Level 1 2015, Start: 16 November 16 20 er mb ve February, July and No me l-ti Length: 17 weeks, ful Campus: Petone entry Entry Criteria: Open

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YOUTH

Still at school? it’s easy as 3-2-1 3 days at school 2 days of practical learning 1 programme to start learning career skills Start learning career skills while in school. The Wellington Trades Academy allows you to stay enrolled at school and go to either WelTec or Whitireia on a part-time basis to start training for a career. Fees free and subsidised transport costs. Earn NCEA credits. With Trades Academy, you select one area for hands-on learning, two days a week.

Subjects may include: Petone > Construction Trades > Engineering and Automotive > Hospitality > Introduction to Sport and Fitness > Introductory Animal Care > Health and Community Support > Hair and Beauty

Porirua > Engines and Electricity > Hospitality and Tourism > Trades Skills > Early Childhood Studies Kapiti > Salon Environment

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All 2016 options are pending academic approval.

weltec.ac.nz/tradesacademy weltec.ac.nz/wta

STAR and Gateway

Sample a range of career-based courses while still at school. Learn new skills. Sample different options. Earn credits towards NCEA. Complete multiple programmes.

Courses we offer: > Automotive > Barista > Business

> Cookery > Hairdressing > IT

> Mechanical Trades > Retail > 3D Engineering

We’re continuing to expand our STAR offerings. Please check our website for details of new courses. Completing a STAR course allows you to access higher-level study options at WelTec and/or gives you practical skills to find employment.

Options for 2016 to be confirmed.

weltec.ac.nz/star

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Youth Guarantee Are you 16-19 years old? Youth Guarantee can help cover your study fees. Youth Guarantee enables you to study fees free for up to two years in a range of practical Level 1 and 2 programmes. We also offer a limited number of places in Level 3. This may be an ideal option if you want to keep learning but feel a secondary school environment is no longer right for you.

Youth Guarantee programmes can include: > Business Administration > Construction > Engineering > Foundation Studies

> Hairdressing and Make-up > Hospitality > Social and Community Services > Tourism

Programmes offered are subject to approval.

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weltec.ac.nz/youthguarantee

Right Start Learn real skills. Increase your options. Gain NCEA Level 2 in only 17 weeks

Get skills to help you find a job, or gain entry into further training

Select a programme and sample different options within your chosen area

Enjoy learning in small class groups

Community

Construction

> Understanding your community

> Building

> Support services

> Painting

> Emergency preparation > Learn about workplaces

> Paving

> Electrical

> Plumbing

Mechanical and Automotive

Service

> Engines

> Retail

> Machinery

> Hairdressing and Beauty Or Sports and Recreation

> Panel and paint

> Barista skills

Right Start is fees free for all ages. All programmes are NCEA Level 2 equivalent, and are offered at our Petone campus. Open entry.

weltec.ac.nz/rightstart

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Programmes 33 Addictions, Counselling and Youth Studies > > > > > >

Addictions Counselling Health Supervision Trauma Youth

44 Built Environment > Architectural Technology > Quantity Surveying

59 Creative Technologies

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> Design > Film and TV

38 Animal Care > Animal Care > Vet Nursing

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Accounting Business Administration Event Management Human Resources Office Administration Sales and Marketing Strategic Management

40 Automotive > Automotive Technology > Panel and Paint

42 Beauty Therapy > Learn different techniques, client service and how salons operate

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Community and Vocational Life Skills

Construction

> Personal development for students with a long-term illness, injury or disability

> Brick, Block Laying, Paving and Tiling > Carpentry > Construction Management > Electrical Engineering > Landscape Construction > Painting and Decorating > Plastering > Plumbing, Drainlaying, Gasfitting and Roofing

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Engineering

Exercise Science

Funeral Services

> Engineers create solutions. Enter a field where there’s a global demand for skills

> Make a career in fitness and personal training

> Embalming > Funeral Directing

Hairdressing and Make-up Artistry

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Hospitality

Information Technology

Mechanical Trades

Tourism

> Cookery > Food and Beverage > Patisserie

> > > >

> Fabrication > Mechanical Engineering

> Hospitality Management > Hotel Reception > Tourism

Computing Networking Security Assurance Web Technology

> Hairdressing > Make-up Artistry > Special Effects Make-up

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ADDICTIONS, COUNSELLING AND YOUTH STUDIES

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Addictions, Counselling, Youth Studies Want to make a difference in your community? Our students do. They appreciate that WelTec’s Addictions, Counselling and Youth Studies programmes are practical and applied, and that you learn through work experience. What you learn is how to actually help people in the community. Whether it’s helping a family affected by alcohol, counselling someone who’s mourning or inspiring young people, your training will help get you ready to handle these challenges. Our students like that they learn from people who have rich experience in these areas and who are doing research in these fields. We also work with professional bodies to make sure what you study is recognised, applicable and approved. Our close connection to the sector also offers you many opportunities to do work experience, practicums, gain clinical practice and to get supervision. Our study programmes can be designed to suit you. We know life’s busy. We offer full-time and part-time options at both our Wellington CBD campus and at Petone, as well as in Auckland. You can also do some learning online or do a short course. WelTec is flexible.

Addiction Studies

Range of courses

You’ll grow your understanding of addictions. The theory behind it as well as practical strategies to treat clients and help them manage addictions. What you learn is based on tested research and you’ll then do work experience to practise your skills. You can study at several different levels and you’ve got options to do full-time or part-time study.

You can also study courses in:

Counselling

> Addiction Worker

You’ll learn a range of counselling techniques and therapies to help people. And you’ll put these skills into practice under clinical supervision. We offer different qualifications. Choose a diploma, bachelor degree or graduate diploma. Gain new knowledge or take your existing skills further.

Youth Studies Want to see young people succeed? The Bachelor of Youth Development gives you the skills and on-the-job training to help do just that. You’ll learn and work as you go with a work placement – if you’re already doing some youth work, you can continue that, or we’ll help you find somewhere you can use your skills.

> Health Psychology > Supervision > Trauma Studies > Community Support

Career opportunities > Alcohol and Drug Worker > Counsellor > Community Support > District Health Board roles > Policy Advisor > Health Promotion Roles > Emergency Response Support > Youth Worker

weltec.ac.nz/addictions weltec.ac.nz/byd weltec.ac.nz/counselling

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Degree

New Zealand Certificate in Health and Wellbeing with strands in Health Assistance and Support Work Start: February 2016 Level 3 Length: 20 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone Entry criteria: NCEA Level 1 literacy and numeracy

Ideal if you’re working, or wishing to gain employment, as a care worker for elderly, people with disabilities, or general community support. Learn how to respond to and recognise change. Choose from two strands: Health Assistance Provide care under the direction of a health professional. Support Worker Offer support to maximise client independence.

Diploma in Health Psychology: Hauora Hinengaro Start: February 2016 Level 5 Length: 1 year, full-time Campus: Petone and Wellington Entry criteria: 36 credits at NCEA Level 2 in 3 subjects

Explore how our own attitudes, as well as that of friends, family and the media influence our health. Students often progress to counselling, psychology or social work.

Certificate in Supervision (Human Services) Start: February Level 5 and July 2016 Length: 17 weeks, part-time Campus: Wellington, Auckland and Christchurch Entry criteria: NCEA Level 3, with 14 credits from 3 approved subjects, 10 Level 2 literacy credits and Level 1 numeracy, plus industry experience

Designed for experienced practitioners working in the social, health and human services sector, you’ll learn the latest in the theory and practice of supervision.

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Diploma in Counselling Applied Start: February 2016 Level 6 (Wgtn only) and July 2016 (Akld and Wtgn) Length: 2 years, part-time Campus: Wellington and Auckland

Bachelor of Counselling Start: February 2016 Level 7 (Wtgn only) and July 2016 (Akld and Wtgn) Length: 3 years, full-time Campus: Wellington and Auckland Entry criteria: NCEA Level 3, with 14 credits from 3 approved subjects, 10 Level 2 literacy credits and Level 1 numeracy requirement or equivalent

Gain the skills to practise professionally according to the values and ethics of the New Zealand Association of Counsellors (NZAC). Learn to be a competent, critical and reflective practitioner with a sound theoretical base and the skills to practise independently and co-operatively within a culturallydiverse and ethically-appropriate counselling context.

Graduate Diploma in Counselling Practice Level 7 Start: February and July 2016 Length: 1 year, full-time Campus: Wellington and Auckland Entry criteria: Bachelor’s degree in health or social services or experience

Designed to meet the needs of professionals who require a qualification to continue working or to gain new employment in the counselling sector. Develop counselling skills under supervision in real situations.

Entry criteria: 42 credits at NCEA Level 3, with 14 Level 3 credits in 3 subjects, 14 Level 1 numeracy credits, 8 Level 2 literacy credits

Understand how to apply a range of counselling theories in client-centred practice.

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Programmes and course details may change. Confirm your options by calling a Student Advisor on 0800 WELTEC (935 832).

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Certificate in Alcohol and Drug Studies (Support Work) Start: February Level 5 and July 2016 Length: 34 weeks, part-time Campus: Wellington and Auckland Entry criteria: 42 credits at NCEA Level 3, with 14 credits at Level 3 in 3 subjects, 14 Level 1 numeracy credits, 8 Level 2 literacy credits

Whether you’re looking to begin a career in the field of addictions or complement your industry experience with further study, you’ll gain an understanding of the causes and effects of addictive behaviours. Learn leading strategies in the assessment and treatment of those suffering from addictions and develop a client-centred approach in your practice.

Diploma in Alcohol and Drug Studies Level 6 Start: February and July 2016 Length: 1 and 1/2 years, full-time Campus: Wellington and Auckland Entry criteria: NCEA Level 3, with 14 credits from 3 approved subjects, 10 Level 2 literacy credits and Level 1 numeracy or equivalent.

Advance your understanding of causes and treatment of addictive behaviours. Develop your ability to critically analyse addiction theories. Become accomplished in the assessment, intervention, management and treatment of addiction disorders.

Bachelor of Addiction Studies Level 7 Start: February and July 2016 Length: 3 years, full-time Campus: Wellington and Auckland Entry criteria: NCEA Level 3, with 14 credits from 3 approved subjects, 10 Level 2 literacy credits and Level 1 numeracy, or equivalent

This programme offers current bestpractice research and courses in areas such as criminal justice and abuse. The degree provides graduates with the practitioner competencies and values of the Addiction Practitioners’ Association AotearoaNew Zealand (Dapaanz).

Graduate Diploma in Addiction, Alcohol and Drug Studies Start: February Level 7 and July 2016 Length: 1 year, full-time Campus: Wellington and Auckland Entry criteria: Bachelor’s degree in health or social services or experience

Become familiar with the scope of addiction, alcohol and drug services, as well as assessment and intervention strategies for clients with addiction and co-existing mental health disorders.

Graduate Diploma in Applied Addiction Studies Start: February Level 7 and July 2016 Length: 1 year, full-time Campus: Wellington and Auckland Entry criteria: Bachelor’s degree in health or social services or experience

Designed for those with prior clinical experience, you’ll gain a specialist understanding of addiction. Learn the latest industry models in the assessment and intervention of addictions. Put theory into practice with a clinical work placement.

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ADDICTIONS, COUNSELLING AND YOUTH STUDIES

Degree

Bachelor of Youth Development Start: February and Level 7 July 2016 (Akld, Wtgn and Chch*) Length: 3 years, full-time Campus: Wellington, Auckland and Christchurch Entry criteria: 42 credits at NCEA Level 3, with 14 credits at Level 3 in 3 subjects, 10 Level 2 literacy credits and Level 1 numeracy. Or equivalent experience/qualifications

Keen to see young people thrive? You’ll gain the skills and on-the-job work experience to help shape young lives. The degree is for anyone working with young people in environments like community centres. Youth support services. Schools. Faith-based organisations. Māori and Pasifika communities. Police. Youth Aid. Youth policy. And more.

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Open doors to options in community and youth work through to roles in health, education, justice or welfare services. *Subject to approval.

Jessie Bachelor of Youth Development Jessie works at Vibe, a youth health service in the Hutt Valley. She coordinates youth programmes, runs workshops with the community and provides one-on-one support for young people. “We have all these different wellbeing services in the one place so if a person has a need, they can come in and access multiple services in the same building. “I’ve been here for seven years so I was already developing some practical skills, but going to WelTec gave me all the theories and tools I needed as well. Now I know why I’m doing what I’m doing, and I’m incorporating it into everything I deliver.” Youth worker Jessie uses the skills she learned at WelTec every day. She was part of the first group of students to graduate with the Bachelor of Youth Development in 2015, building on the skills she was gaining from working in the field. “When the degree came up, I’m pretty sure I was the first person to put my name down for it. Then to be one of the first through the programme made it feel like you were making a difference and you were a part of something important, which was really exciting.”

Doing the WelTec course was an amazing experience. It made me even more passionate about youth development.

Jessie had the support of a youth worker at Vibe when she was a teenager so knows the value of a skilled practitioner. “During that age, it’s a really hard time for young people and being someone who can support them and they know they can come to for support, it just makes you feel great, it makes you feel like you’re doing something worthwhile.” Going back to study wasn’t the easiest thing for Jessie, but she says it was definitely worthwhile. “I came in quite an unconfident student, I didn’t go far in school and so I didn’t think I could do further study. But the tutors are absolutely amazing – all are gurus in their fields – and when I came in, they helped me get up to scratch and helped me get to where I needed to go.”

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ANIMAL HEALTH

Animal Care, Veterinary Nursing Are you passionate about the care and welfare of animals? Our programmes will provide you with the skills and knowledge required for a career working with companion animals. Industry training and accreditation

Career opportunities

While much of your training is based on campus, we also offer opportunities to get hands-on experience, including regular placement at Wellington SPCA. Your success will allow you to earn qualifications that are recognised and respected widely throughout the animal industry, both in New Zealand and overseas.

> Animal Control

Expertise and care

> Animal Breeding

Learn from tutors who have experience within the veterinary nursing industry and are keen to share their knowledge and interest. Work alongside others who care about animals as much as you do.

> Zoo Keeper

National Certificate in Veterinary Nursing

> Dog Daycare

Start: April 2016 Level 5 Length: 25 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone

> SPCA > Grooming Facilities > Professional Pet Sitting/Feeding > Animal-Related Facilities (e.g. kennels, catteries, wildlife sanctuaries) > Education > Veterinary Nurse

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New Zealand Certificate in Animal Care Start: February and July 2016 Length: 21 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone

Entry criteria: 50 credits at NCEA Level 2 with at least 12 credits in each of three subjects, which must include English, Maths and either Biology, Chemistry or Physics, and successful completion of the National Certificate in Animal Care (Level 2)

Learn and practice a range of clinical, surgical and diagnostic skills, both in the classroom as well as on work placement in veterinary clinics, for a career in veterinary nursing. These skills include surgical and clinical nursing, diagnostic testing and animal behaviour.

Level 3

Entry criteria: NCEA Level 1 or equivalent

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Taking care of animals is a challenging and rewarding career option and we will assist you in gaining knowledge and skills for your chosen career. This includes health and husbandry of companion animals, welfare and ethics and hygiene and zoonosis. You will have the opportunity to put theory into practice with shared responsibility for the care of animals during work experience at Wellington SPCA. Programmes and course details may change. Confirm your options by calling a Student Advisor on 0800 WELTEC (935 832).

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AUTOMOTIVE

Automotive, Panel and Paint Love cars, trucks and other vehicles? Our students enjoy getting hands-on with cars and machinery in our refurbished workshops. Gain skills in high demand. You’ve got options to work with light or heavy vehicles, electrical and electronics, or in panel and paint. You’ll learn your trade working with a range of vehicles. Plus you’ll learn in new facilities. Our automotive workshops have benefited from a $3 million upgrade – including dedicated project spaces and new collision repair and refinishing workshops. Apply your new skills in a real garage or workshop as part of the course. You’ll gain valuable work experience and the opportunity to get a foot in the door.

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Certificate in Certificate in Motor Automotive Technology Body Trades Start: Multiple intakes. Level 3/4 January to July 2016. All Year 2 programmes start in March. Length: 2 years, full-time plus 1 year, part-time (Level 4) Campus: Petone Entry criteria: NCEA Level 1 with 12 credits in both literacy and numeracy

> Automotive Technician

Gain foundation skills in your first year. In year two, there’s the option to specialise in Light Vehicle, Electrical and Electronics or Heavy Vehicle. Your third year will require you to be working in the trade so you’ll attend night classes and block courses.

> Automotive Electrical Technician

Available strands (For years 2 and 3)

> Heavy Vehicle Technician

Light Vehicle Learn essential skills in car maintenance and repair.

Career opportunities

> Mechanic > Panelbeater > Auto Body Painter > Collision Repairer

with strands in Collision Repair or Refinishing Start: March 2016 Level 3 Length: 1 year, full-time Campus: Petone Entry criteria: NCEA Level 1 literacy and numeracy

Gain foundation spray-painting and collision repair skills to start your career as an apprentice collision repairer or refinisher. Learn in our professionally fitted workshops and through work experience. Our industry partners have helped us develop the perfect learning facilities for panel and paint training.

Electrical and Electronics Learn fundamentals in diagnosis and repair of electronic/electrical control systems on vehicles. Heavy Vehicle Designed for those interested in a career as a diesel mechanic. Work on a range of heavy vehicles including trucks, buses, earth-moving equipment and agricultural equipment.

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BEAUTY THERAPY

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Beauty Therapy Love highlighting people’s beauty? Our students enjoy applying their skills in our salon. You’ll gain real experience by working with actual clients. At WelTec, you’ll also benefit from small classes where you can get more tutor time. Plus if you’re doing the two-year diploma, you’ll get the salon experience you need to fine-tune your skills and be industry ready. Make-up. Waxing. Facials. Skincare. Manicures. Pedicures. Eyebrows. You’ll learn a range of beauty techniques in the one year certificate or the first year of the diploma.

Career opportunities

In your second year, you’ll learn about anatomy and body therapy such as body scrubs, masks and other treatments. You’ll also learn the basic business skills to work in a clinic or salon, at a spa retreat or on a cruise ship – we hold interviews each year with a major cruise ship company. If you are keen to take your skills abroad, we offer the international CIDESCO qualification.

> Cruise Ship Industry

> Beauty Therapist > Beautician > Owner/Operator > Spa Retreats > Nail Technician > Make-up Counter Roles

Diploma in Beauty Therapy Start: February 2016 Level 5 Length: 2 years, full-time Campus: Wellington Entry criteria: 50 credits at NCEA Level 2, 10 literacy and 10 science

Complete CIDESCO, an International Diploma

> Marketing Representative

Certificate in Beautician Services

Take your skills further. Learn about anatomy and body therapy. Explore techniques such as body scrubs, masks, electrolosis, massage and other treatments.

Start: February 2016 Level 4 Length: 34 weeks, full-time Campus: Wellington Entry criteria: 50 credits at NCEA Level 2, 10 literacy and 10 science

This Certificate includes the City & Guilds Diploma in Beauty Therapy Learn a range of beauty techniques. Work as a beautician or gain more industry knowledge by completing the second-year of the Diploma in Beauty Therapy.

weltec.ac.nz/beauty Programmes and course details may change. Confirm your options by calling a Student Advisor on 0800 WELTEC (935 832).

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BUILT ENVIRONMENT

Architectural Technology, Quantity Surveying Like the idea of working as an architectural technician or draughtsperson? Or become a quantity surveyor and learn how to estimate building costs and complete tenders for construction contracts. There’s a high demand for skilled graduates and you’ll work on real projects while you learn. Career opportunities > Architectural Technician > Draughtsperson > Designer > Quantity Surveying Technician > Construction Supervisor

National Diploma in Architectural Technology

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Start: February 2016 Level 6 Length: 2 years, full-time Campus: Petone Entry criteria: 50 credits at NCEA Level 2, with 12 credits in: Maths, English and Science, or relevant level 3 or 4 qualification or experience

Develop your technical drawing skills using computer-aided design (CAD) software, and build a comprehensive knowledge of architecture, building methods and materials, and building code requirements.

National Diploma in Quantity Surveying Start: February 2016 Level 6 Length: 2 years, full-time Campus: Petone Entry criteria: 50 credits at NCEA level 2, with 12 credits in: English, Maths and Science or relevant level 3 or 4 qualification or experience

Become a quantity surveyor. Learn about quantifying projects, estimating building costs and materials, and tendering and administering contracts.

Construction Management You might also be interested in our Construction Management and Supervision courses. See page 57.

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BUSINESS STUDIES

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Business Studies Make your career move. Business at WelTec is practical and applied. You’ll work on real-world scenarios and get opportunities to partner with businesses. Work alongside company owners assisting them with their business plans. Perfecting your skills by helping firms manage different projects. Event Management. Human Resources. Business Management. Administration. Economics. Marketing. Management. Accounting. You’ll gain skills that you can use from day one of your next job. You’ll learn in small classes and your tutors really care about your success. They’ll know you by name and be with you each step of the way. They have experience in running businesses, working in different industries and in being managers. They’ll give you real-world advice and share practical know-how that will boost your business acumen. Open up a world of job options.

Business Management

Business Administration

Keen to fast-track to management roles? You’ve got options to study business and management at different levels, whether it’s for a one-year course or a little longer. Or specialise and do a diploma in Marketing or Accounting.

Our business administration programmes prepare you to work in an office. Administration. Computing. Payments. Business documents. Diary management. Customer service skills. Be the person that keeps everything running smoothly.

Our Bachelor of Applied Management degree covers off the key areas of business so you can make an instant contribution to a workplace. This is a broad based qualification, but you have the option to specialise in: Accounting. Human Resources. Sales and Marketing. Strategic Management. Hospitality Management. Event Management.

Career opportunities

The Graduate Diploma in Applied Management gives you insight into how managers operate. You will be able to apply knowledge at organisational and strategic levels in a range of industries. Different specialisations. Accounting. Event Management. Hospitality Management. Human Resource Management. Sales and Marketing. Strategic Management.

> Accounting Technician > General Manager > Business Analyst > Financial Advisor > Human Resources > Marketing Coordinator > Customer Service Officer > Executive Assistant > Receptionist > Office Manager > Administrator > Retailer/Merchandiser > Event Manager

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BUSINESS STUDIES

National Certificate in Business Administration and Computing Start: February and July 2016 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone

Level 2

National Certificate in Business Administration Start: February and July 2016 Level 4 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone Entry criteria: 48 NCEA Level 1 credits (including literacy and numeracy requirements)

Entry criteria: Open entry

Ideal for school leavers or people wanting entry-level office admin skills.

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National Certificate in New Zealand Institute of Business Administration Management - Diploma and Computing in Management Start: February and July 2016 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone

Level 3

Entry criteria: NCEA Level 1 numeracy and literacy

Gain a basic understanding of the technical skills needed in office administration – from Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint to more specific programmes like MYOB. Develop customer service, communication and teamwork skills.

Start: November 2015, Level 5 February and July 2016 Length: 34 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone and Wellington Entry criteria: 50 NCEA Level 2 credits, including 8 literacy credits

Your first step towards a career in management. Develop leadership and first-level supervision and management skills. Choose from a range of courses to gain greater business knowledge.

Certificate in Secretarial Computer Applications

Diploma in Accounting (Accounting Technician)

Start: February and July 2016 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Wellington

Start: November 2015, Level 6 February and July 2016 Length: 2 years, full-time Campus: Petone and Wellington

Level 3

Entry criteria: 12 NCEA Level 1 literacy credits

Learn about a wide range of computer applications. Gain a sound understanding of spreadsheets, databases, word processing, business document layouts, internet and email.

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Further develop your customer service, office administration and computing skills by working in groups on different scenarios and projects.

Entry criteria: 50 NCEA Level 2 credits, including 8 literacy credits

Gain a thorough understanding of business and accounting concepts and practices. Enter the College of Accounting Technicians of Chartered Accountants Australian and New Zealand (CAANZ).

Programmes and course details may change. Confirm your options by calling a Student Advisor on 0800 WELTEC (935 832).

Diploma in Marketing Start: November 2015, Level 6 February and July 2016 Length: 1½ years, full-time Campus: Petone and Wellington Entry criteria: 50 NCEA Level 2 credits, including 8 literacy credits

Gain an insight into marketing and sales practice, marketing planning and strategy, buyer behaviour and market research. Develop core business skills with courses of your choice.

New Zealand Diploma in Business Level 6 Start: November 2015, February and July 2016 Length: 2 years, full-time Campus: Petone and Wellington Entry criteria: 50 NCEA Level 2 credits, including 8 literacy credits

Gain an overview of accounting, management, communications and commercial law and then choose courses to build your own diploma. Endorsed by the New Zealand Institute of Management and the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants.

Degree

Start: February and July 2016 Level 7 Length: 3 years, full-time Campus: Petone and Wellington

Programme Structure

TRI 1

YEAR 1

Bachelor of Applied Management

Entry criteria: NCEA Level 3, plus 10 literacy credits at Level 2 or 3, and Level 1 numeracy

TRI 1

YEAR 2

Strengthen your business knowledge. Your programme of study will enable you to be part of a co-operative education project which will see you graduate work-ready and able to make an immediate contribution to the business environment. You also can complete a double major.

TRI 2

TRI 2

Business Computing

Business Heritage, Culture and Sustainability

Commercial Law

Economics

Introduction Introduction to to Accounting Marketing

Management Professional Communication

Applied Management

Research Methodology

1st Major compulsory

1st Major compulsory

1st Major compulsory

+ 2nd Major compulsory or Elective

+ 2nd Major compulsory or Elective

+ 2nd Major compulsory or Elective

1st Major compulsory

1st Major compulsory

+ 2nd Major compulsory or Elective

+ 2nd Major compulsory or Elective

Majors Accounting Help create and implement financial strategies.

Hospitality Management Learn how to manage hotels, restaurants, tourist attractions, cruise ships and more.

YEAR 3

Event Management Create and manage successful events as well as developing specialist skills to ensure that entertainment, conferences and marketing events run smoothly.

TRI 1

Co-operative Education Project TRI 2

= Compulsory

= Open Electives

Graduate Diploma in Applied Management

Human Resources Management New Zealand business has a constant need for qualified human resource managers, who are responsible for an organisation’s workforce.

with strands in Accounting, Event Management, Human Resources, Hospitality, Sales and Marketing and Strategic Management

Sales and Marketing Plan, direct and develop the promotion and sale of an organisation’s goods and services.

Start: February and Level 7 July 2016 Length: 34 weeks, full-time Campus: Wellington and Petone

Strategic Management Analyse major initiatives taken by senior management.

= Major

Entry criteria: A bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience

Designed for those with a Bachelor’s degree, who wish to learn otherskills and knowledge in a specialised area.

Programmes and course details may change. You can check with us by calling a Student Advisor on 0800 WELTEC (935 832).

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Scott NZIM Diploma in Management He also coaches the Wellington Sevens team – national champs in 2013 and finalists this year – is involved with the Hurricanes development programme and is also a skills coach for New Zealand Sevens players based in Wellington. “Trying to get the best out of your players is very similar to trying getting the best out of your employees.”

Computer Power Plus is a specialist IT training provider. Industry recognised and practical qualifications are offered in a unique self-directed learning environment. Students study on campus following a personalised schedule agreed to at enrolment. More than 90% of eligible graduates have been successfully placed into employment within the IT industry. Computer Power Plus offers: > Qualified and experienced instructors that guide and mentor students to achieve their study goals > Flexible study options which allow students to study full-time or part-time > Morning, afternoon and evening study shifts > Dedicated job placement support > The opportunity to start any week

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Scott, who also represented New Zealand in Sevens and played for New Zealand Maori, says having been involved in coaching – both as a player and coach – has definitely helped.

Former All Black and local rugby hero Scott Waldrom is studying management at WelTec as he prepares for the next stage in his sports coaching career. “I’m learning a lot and I’m able to transfer a lot of the management knowledge into my coaching as well. It’s a huge passion of mine. “I’m quite surprised that a lot of the diploma crosses over to coaching – areas such as people management, management structures, roles and responsibilities right through to leadership and motivation.” As well as studying full-time, Scott works at Avalon Rugby Club as the club’s development officer.

“Having that bit of experience means I have an appreciation of the different topics we cover. Now though, I can put a bit of book knowledge into it. For instance, we’ve been looking at different terms and theories around different ideas and I now understand new thinking that can be applied with coaching players.” “I’m enjoying being able to put my knowledge towards something and get a qualification for it.” Returning to study has been a big change for Scott, but he says it’s an opportunity he couldn’t afford to miss. “I wasted a couple of years out of school and it’s one of my regrets. Being able to have another chance and go back has been quite rewarding.”

In rugby, sure, you get your wins, but actually having a qualification behind you gives you a firm foundation for the future.

A new standard in student accommodation www.222willis.co.nz Live in a safe, secure and modern apartment while studying in Wellington. Located in central Wellington this six-level accommodation building is designed for students with on-site supervision in place.

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COMMUNITY AND VOCATIONAL LEARNING SKILLS

Community and Vocational Learning Skills WelTec offers this programme for students who have a long-term illness, injury or learning disability. Develop your potential and personal goals. Gain important skills. Improve communication. Set goals for the future and become more independent. Grow confidence through practical work experience. Learn life skills with this programme that brings students together but focuses on individual development. Certificate in Community and Vocational Learning Skills Start: February 2016 Level 1 Length: 38 weeks, full-time (includes six week holiday) Campus: Petone and Porirua (Whitireia) Entry criteria: Interview

Individually-focused, this programme provides you with skills to be more independent, improve communication and plan for the future.

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Certificate in Vocational Skills Start: February 2016 Level 1 Length: 34 weeks, full-time (includes two week holiday) Campus: Petone Entry criteria: An interview, short written and verbal test to determine numeracy, reading and writing skills

The Certificate in Vocational Skills is the next step for students who have successfully completed the Certificate in Community and Vocational Learning Skills (Level 1). Focus is on learning skills to achieve employment goals.

weltec.ac.nz/cvls Programmes and course details may change. Confirm your options by calling a Student Advisor on 0800 WELTEC (935 832).

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CONSTRUCTION

Construction Enjoy hands-on learning in our brand new facility. Our new $11 million Wellington Regional School of Construction has opened on SH2 near the Petone Railway Station. You’ll learn on-site, on one of our houses, in community projects or through work experience placements. Gain skills that are in high demand. Just starting out? Need to upskill? WelTec is the largest provider of trade training in the Wellington region. Brick and Block Laying. Carpentry. Landscaping. Painting. Plastering. Plumbing. And more. Your tutors know their trades inside-out. Their years of industry experience means they’ll help you quickly gain essential skills.

Carpentry Keen to be a carpenter or builder? You’ll get what you need to know through practical tutorials, classes in our workshop and by building an actual house on-site. Choose a programme that suits you, from learning the basics to gaining construction management skills.

Plastering Our tutors will develop your technique and you’ll gain experience in plasterboard preparation and finishing. There is also the opportunity to practise your skills on one of WelTec’s houses or projects in the community.

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Painting

Electrical Trades

Learn how to erect scaffolding, professionally prepare surfaces and paint interiors and exteriors. There is also the opportunity to practise your skills on one of WelTec’s houses or projects in the community. Students in applied decorating gain skills in wallpapering, decorative colour effects and more.

You will learn the hands-on practical skills and knowledge that an electrician uses in their daily work. You could also use your qualifications to work as an electronic service technician, electrics salesperson or an electrical fitter.

Brick and Blocklaying and Landscape Construction

> Carpenter

There’s high industry demand for brick and blocklayers. Get your start in New Zealand’s only bricklaying school. In purpose-built workshops, you will learn how to interpret plans, consult with clients and practise your skills on a range of practical projects.

Plumbing, Drainlaying, Gasfitting and Roofing Start your plumbing career. You’ll get a solid grounding, work experience and all you need to step into the workforce as an apprentice.

Career opportunities > Joiner > Plasterer > Painter/Decorator > Brick and Block Layer > Tiler > Landscaper > Plumber/Gasfitter > Drainlayer > Roofer > Electrician > Building Merchant

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CONSTRUCTION TRADES

Right Start Carpentry Level 2 Start: February and July 2016 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone (Construction School) Entry criteria: Open entry

Gain NCEA Level 2. Learn entry level skills in building, electrical, painting, paving and plumbing. This programme offers opportunities in further learning, finding employment or gaining an apprenticeship.

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Start: February 2016 Level 3 Length: 34 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone (Construction School) Entry criteria: NCEA Level 1 literacy and numeracy requirements

Gain skills in purpose-built workshops and on WelTec’s own building site – learn by building a real house. You’ll learn about framing, roofing, cladding, internal linings, fitting windows and hanging doors. You will also gain an understanding of health and safety and develop your knowledge of building codes and regulations.

Māori and Pasifika Trades Training Scholarships

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Certificate in Applied Decorating Skills

Start: February 2016 Level 4 Length: Based on individual learning plan Campus: On-job or in Petone

Level 4 Start: February 2016 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone (Construction School) Entry criteria: NCEA Level 1 literacy and numeracy

Entry criteria: Working in industry

Do you want to take your building career further? Our options include evening classes, practical tutorials, workshop instruction and on-site assessment by carpentry tutors.

Certificate in Foundation Studies (Plasterboard Preparation and Finishing) Level 3 Start: February 2016 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone (Construction School) Entry criteria: Open entry

Gain skills in fixing and finishing plasterboard. Learn how to use hand and power tools, as well as erect scaffolding. Opportunities to apply your skills on the houses we build or by working on a community project.

Certificate in Foundation Studies (Painting) Level 3 Start: February 2016 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone (Construction School) and Porirua (Whitireia) Entry criteria: Open entry

Learn how to professionally prepare surfaces and paint interiors and exteriors. Gain knowledge of how to interpret building drawings and specifications. Learn how to erect scaffolding.

Develop practical skills to undertake wall papering, spray painting and apply colour effects in the decorating industry.

Certificate in Brick and Block Laying Level 3 Start: February 2016 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone (Construction School) Entry criteria: 12 NCEA Level 1 credits in both literacy and numeracy

In our purpose-built workshops, learn how to interpret plans, consult with clients and work on a range of practical projects.

Certificate in Landscape Construction Start: February 2016 Level 4 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone (Construction School) Entry criteria: 12 NCEA Level 1 credits in both literacy and numeracy

Learn how to design, price and build features such as fences, retaining walls and pergolas. Get hands-on with timber, concrete and stone. Learn to use hand and power tools and other equipment. Practise your skills on real projects in the community.

Certificate in Plumbing, Drainlaying, Gasfitting and Roofing Level 3 Start: February 2016 Length: 34 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone Entry criteria: NCEA Level 1 literacy and numeracy

Gain the knowledge and practical skills necessary to enter an apprenticeship in the plumbing, drainlaying, gasfitting and roofing industries.

Certificate in Electrical Engineering Start: February 2016 Level 3 Length: 34 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone Entry criteria: NCEA Level 1 literacy and numeracy requirements

This will be your first step towards gaining an electrical qualification and entering the electrical industry. Learn the basic practical skills and theory that an electrician needs in their daily work. Apply your skills through work experience.

Certificate in Electrical Engineering Theory Start: February 2016 Level 4 Length: 34 weeks, part-time Campus: Petone Entry criteria: NCEA Level 1 literacy and numeracy requirements

A three-stage programme for those seeking to become an apprentice electrician, the certificate is a series of evening classes and block courses over three years.

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Creative Technologies Work on industry projects as part of your course. Learn from leading professionals. Gain real experience. From day one, you’ll use digital design software, 3D printers, laser cutters, film cameras, Oculus virtual reality gear and more. You’ll get an all-round portfolio of skills so you can immediately start achieving your creative goals. Our students have worked on the following industry projects in 2015: > a major horror film by director Alex Galvin (director of award-winning Eternity and When Night Falls) > a sci-fi movie by director Theo Baynton (The WotWots, Thunderbirds, art director for Jane and the Dragon) > projects from InsideDesign and CGM+Foster Architects You’ll gain practical experience and contacts in the industry. Our tutors will guide you and help you forge your own path.

Diversity in creativity

Photography

You can try a range of disciplines and then choose the specialties you like. This will allow you to experience a mix of creative processes and then develop expertise in a chosen area.

Learn how to work in film and digital environments. Explore camera essentials like exposure, white balance, composition, file management, darkroom and colour printing. Grow your studio and postproduction skills.

Animation Virtual Reality and Mixed Reality development - Oculus. Illustration. Game design. Multimedia. Develop your own characters in 3D using the latest techniques and software.

Digital film and television Gain filmmaking experience. Be part of a team producing a full length feature film. Work on multiple facets of the film including scriptwriting, storyboarding, conceptual art, modelling, continuity, camera and lighting tuition, art department, wardrobe, sound recording and design, location scouting, editing and visual and practical effects.

Graphic design (Print) Master design applications like Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. Work on a variety of projects covering logo design, magazine layouts, posters and spatial graphics (Wayfinding). Learn traditional print techniques like letterpress and screenprinting. Work placement and internship opportunities.

Career opportunities > Film and TV Industry > Designer > Graphic Designer > Photographer > Videographer > Animator

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Degree STEFAN TESIC-DJURIC

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Certificate in Creative Technologies

Bachelor of Creative Technologies

Start: November 2015, Level 4 February and July 2016 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Wellington

Start: November 2015, Level 7 February and July 2016 Length: 3 years, full-time Campus: Wellington

Entry criteria: 36 credits in NCEA Level 2, plus creative portfolio

Entry criteria: NCEA Level 3, Level 2 literacy. Level 1 numeracy plus creative portfolio. Or equivalent qualification

Gain essential theory and experience in specialist techniques in areas including contextual studies, 2D skills and technologies, 3D skills and technologies and studio practice.

HAYLEY RICHARDSON

Diploma in Creative Technologies

MARIA BOZINA

BRITTANY BUTTENSHAW

Level 6 Start: November 2015, February and July 2016 Length: 2 years, full-time Campus: Wellington Entry criteria: NCEA Level 3, Level 2 literacy, Level 1 numeracy, plus creative portfolio. Or equivalent qualification

MATT TEMPERTON

Participate in cross-disciplinary practices from visual arts to motion graphics and information technology.

Designed to prepare you for the opportunities of a rapidly-evolving landscape of art, design and digital media. Learning is tailored to mirror industry, with practical learning components, group workshops, collaborative projects and portfoliobased assessments. Majors Design your degree Customise your degree and choose the subjects that most interest you. Digital media Choose a specialist area of focus . Print, Animation. Digital Film and Television. Photography.

Graduate Diploma Creative Technologies

CAITLIN BENNETT

Level 7 Start: February and July 2016 Length: 34 weeks, full-time Campus: Wellington

MICHELE BANNING

Entry criteria: Relevant degree or experience

Explore the creative industry through practical work, including collaborative practice and industry-relevant projects.

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Programmes and course details may change. Confirm your options by calling a Student Advisor on 0800 WELTEC (935 832).

The horror film project “The best bit about it is that we’re working on feature films, we’re working on a finished film. These are not exercises so it gives the students something they can really aim towards,” says Alex.

Our Creative students are busy working on a feature film, one of a number of industry projects that are part of their course. Students are involved in all aspects of a horror movie being directed by tutor and local film-maker Alex Galvin. Pre-production. Storyboarding. Location scouting. Photography. Live action shooting. Visual effects. Poster design. Marketing and promotion. “They’re getting a taste of all the different jobs in the film industry and seeing what works for them,” says Alex. “In our industry, what’s really important is that you have a real passion, that you’re reliable and that you’re good at what you do. You can learn those skills here. “If you have specific passions, this opportunity can help you really tailor those so you can work towards them in the film industry.”

This is an opportunity for many students to work on the film and to get very valuable experience from a lot of top industry professionals.

Part of the programme involves students making props for the film. They’ll be working with WelTec tutor Gareth McGhie who was previously a workshop supervisor at Weta Workshop. He worked on major blockbusters including The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies, King Kong and Avatar. WelTec was also visited by two Hollywood producers in June who are looking to be involved in the project. “It’s such a unique opportunity and most educational establishments don’t have this kind of opportunity. I certainly didn’t when I was studying many years ago,” says Alex. “One of the huge benefits for students is that once they graduate, they will have a feature film credit on their CV.”

The Kiwi director’s 2013 sci-fi thriller Eternity won awards at the Madrid International Film Festival, California Film Awards and was screened at the Cannes Antipodes, St Tropez Antipodes and Boston Science Fiction film festivals.

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Engineering As the world gets more complex, the need for engineering solutions increases. There’s a global demand for engineering skills which makes this an exciting field to enter. Our engineering degrees and diplomas are a good combination of theory and practical work. Plus you’ll learn in modern workshops with the latest technology – we’ve just spent $3 million upgrading our engineering facilities. Engineering goes beyond machinery, construction and circuitry. It encompasses sustainability and community, and ultimately improves the way we live. The work of an engineer is at the heart of modern life - be it developing production models that suit the environment, providing clean water or creating technologies that bring people together.

Get qualified faster One of the great things about engineering at WelTec is you can get in, get some skills and get straight out to the workforce. You can achieve a Bachelor of Engineering Technology degree in three years or national diplomas in two.

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Career opportunities

Institution of Professional Engineers (IPENZ) research shows that amongst engineering graduates with a year’s work experience, BEng Tech graduates earn up to 10% more than university engineering graduates. The higher salary is credited to the increased competition for engineering technology graduates and the practical experience they have gained while studying.

> Civil Engineer

You’ll learn exactly what the industry needs

> Product Designer

WelTec offers a practical option for studying engineering. You get to build real solutions, models and applications. You’ll get opportunities to engage with employers and work on actual projects. Learn the engineering way of thinking at WelTec.

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> Electrical Engineer > Mechanical Engineer > Environmental Engineer > Surveyor > Design Engineer > Software Engineer > Engineering Technician > Project Manager

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Certificate in Foundation Studies (Engineering)

Bachelor of Engineering Technology

Graduate Diploma in Engineering - Mechatronics

Start: February and Level 3 and 4 July 2016 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone

Start: February and Level 7 July 2016 Length: 3 years, full-time, (part-time options) Campus: Petone

Start: February and Level 7 July 2016 Length: 34 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone

Entry criteria: Open entry

For those wanting to pursue engineering but needing to build foundation skills before doing the diploma or degree, you’ll gain knowledge of mathematics, physics, algebra, calculus and engineering principles.

New Zealand Diploma in Engineering Start: February and Level 6 July 2016 Length: 2 years, full-time, (part-time options) Campus: Petone Entry criteria: 48 credits at NCEA Level 2 in four subjects, Including 12 credits in maths

Apply engineering theory to practice and perform technical operations to the standards, ethical and professional responsibilities required by the engineering profession. Choose a specialist field in your second year and develop your skills further. Civil, Electrical, Mechanical.

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Entry criteria: NCEA Level 3 including three subjects with 14 credits in Physics, 14 in Calculus and 14 in an NZQA approved subject

The degree combines engineering theory with a strong applied, practical component. Develop problem-solving and critical thinking skills. Gain in-depth understanding of the principles underlying technology. Learn how to use advanced technology to design and develop a project. Develop modern design techniques in your area of specialisation. Work on an industry project in your third year. Majors Civil Engineering Civil Engineers work in the design, construction and maintenance of the natural and physically built environment. Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineers deal with the study and application of electricity, electronics and electromagnetism. Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineers are involved in the design, manufacturing and maintenance of mechanical systems.

Entry criteria: Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering or equivalent experience

Mechatronics combines mechanical, electrical and control engineering to design and produce smart technology products and processes. Design, specify, plan, organise, and implement a mechatronic system. Work effectively in the core technologies of mechanical systems, power systems, control systems and automation systems.

Graduate Diploma in Engineering - Water and Waste Engineering Start: February and Level 7 July 2016 Length: 34 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone Entry criteria: Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or equivalent experience

Explore theories and conceptual design of systems in water treatment for industrial wastewater or stormwater, to make drinking water and in the disposal of water treatment plant waste. Learn about physical, chemical, and biological processes in engineering – including aeration, sedimentation, filtration, biological treatment, disinfection, and waste water processing.

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Naomi New Zealand Diploma in Engineering At the moment, she’s working on the MacKays to Peka Peka Expressway on the Kapiti Coast – one of the major infrastructure projects underway in the region. She’s the utilities design team lead and work package manager, helping to divert services (such as waste-water, power and telecommunications) underneath the expressway and around structures. “If people are thinking about getting into engineering, there are fantastic opportunities. Things always need to be built, expanded or upgraded.”

For Naomi, an enquiring mind is key to being a successful engineer. “If you like problem-solving, and often think ‘why is that like that?’, then you’ve got the right mindset for engineering.” The WelTec graduate has been working at Beca as an engineering technician for two and a half years. In fact, she started the job straight after finishing her studies. “I completed my last exam at WelTec on a Friday and then started work the following Monday.”

There are jobs galore in the industry so it’s not a case of where you’re going to work when you come out, it’s where do you want to work, what do you want to do.

Naomi recently gained her New Zealand Diploma in Engineering Practice, giving her associate membership of the Institute of Professional Engineers New Zealand and making her a certified engineering technician. Naomi initially went to university, but found it wasn’t for her. She liked the fact that WelTec offered small classes and a practical approach to engineering. “It’s slightly more like a classroom where you feel like you can ask questions, whereas at a university with 300 people in a lecture, you don’t feel like you want to put your hand up and ask a question. It helps you understand it from start to finish because you can ask those questions along the way.” “It’s also quite practical, which solidifies the theory behind it. The lecturers will either take you out to do surveying – we did hours of surveying each week – or in geotech, we dug holes and had a look at different rock formations around the Wellington area, right through to using the hydraulics labs or crushing concrete to see its strength.”

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Exercise Science Like keeping fit and healthy? Keen to help others do the same? You’ll be in the gym virtually every day. Grow your knowledge of exercise and the benefits it provides. Learn how to assess and analyse clients’ needs through interviews, fitness testing and advanced assessment skills such as posture and correct movement analysis. Our programme will enable you to provide advice on nutrition, exercise programing and rehabilitation as well as sport specific training, including coaching and running team sessions. Other skills like business and marketing are provided so that you can be successful in this fast growing industry. Our gym offers a large and well equipped weights room, complemented by a modern cardio area. We also have a separate assessment and interview space. You’ll work with real clients and what you learn is actually what you’ll do on the job. Plus you will get real work experience opportunities. Whether you want to work as a personal trainer, in gym management, in sports (as a coach or administrator) or in nutrition and health, you’ll get the skills and knowledge you need.

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Certificate in Exercise Science Start: February 2016 Level 5 Length: 34 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone Entry criteria: 50 NCEA Level 2 credits with 12 in English, 12 in science and one other subject, plus be physically capable

Get the skills you need to work in sports and fitness. Fitness testing. Anatomy. Exercise physiology. Nutrition. Group training. Gain an industry-recognised qualification.

Dynamics Gym Gain industry-relevant skills in our gym and fitness studio. Use a range of strength training equipment, machines, free weights and cardio equipment. You’ll also have access to the gym throughout your studies.

Diploma in Exercise Science Start: February 2016 Level 6 Length: 34 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone

Career opportunities > Personal Trainer

Entry criteria: Certificate in Exercise Science Level 5 or equivalent

> Gym Instructor

Take your skills further. Work with real clients in WelTec’s gym. Gain an industryrecognised qualification. Get qualified as an exercise professional.

> Recreation Coordinator

> Health Promoter > School and Club Coaching > Sports Administration

weltec.ac.nz/exercise Programmes and course details may change. Confirm your options by calling a Student Advisor on 0800 WELTEC (935 832).

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Funeral Services WelTec delivers New Zealand’s funeral service training. Our programmes cover the essential theory and technical skills for embalming and funeral directing. Professionalism to suit Our funeral services programmes will allow you to learn our industry’s guiding principles and relevant technical skills. It will enable you to provide a professional standard of practice to your clients.

Training that’s in touch Our close links with industry ensure your learning is relevant to the real working environment. WelTec’s funeral programmes are regularly reviewed by industry, to ensure you get the right set of skills you need to take your career to the next level.

NZQA qualification By studying with WelTec, you will gain a NZQA qualification that is recognised nationwide.

New Zealand Diploma in Funeral Directing

New Zealand Diploma in Embalming

Start: Block one: 11 April - 22 April 2016 Block two: 18 July - 29 July 2016 Block three: 31 October - 11 November 2016 Length: 34 weeks Level 5 Campus: Wellington

Start: Block one: 29 February - 8 April 2016 Block two: 12 September - 18 October 2016 Length: 34 weeks Level 5 Campus: Wellington

Entry criteria: Working in the funeral directing sector, one year’s experience required. Access to an approved clinical supervisor

Gain an indepth knowledge of the procedures to successfully arrange, deliver and direct a funeral, as well as the administrative tasks. Due to the sensitive nature of the industry, an emphasis is placed on behavioural science. This includes the psychological, social and cultural behaviour related to death and dying and the interpersonal skills required when dealing with the bereaved.

Entry criteria: Working in the funeral directing sector, one year’s experience required. Access to an approved clinical supervisor.

Focus on the theory and practice of embalming and the art of restoring the human body to its usual appearance. Students will also complete modules in specialist subjects including anatomy, physiology, pathology, microbiology and chemistry.

Career opportunities > Funeral Director > Embalmer

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Hairdressing,Make-up Artistry Keen to be a hairdresser or stylist? Want to do make-up for fashion shoots or for special effects in Wellington’s film industry? Our students enjoy exposure and access to industry that’s second-to-none. You’ll get experience in our fully-equipped hairdressing and make-up salon. It’s open to the public so you’ll work with real customers. You’ll also complete work experience in the industry. You can apply to be part of our World of WearableArt® team. Doing hair and make-up backstage at this incredible event. There’s also the opportunity to work on fashion shows such as Wellington Fashion Week, and for theatrical productions and musicals. Your tutors have worked in New Zealand and overseas and bring that experience into the salon where you’ll develop your skills.

Hairdressing

Career opportunities

You’ll learn essential hairdressing and make-up skills. Styling. Colouring. Cutting. Be involved in a range of industry projects and competition work. WelTec has courses at different levels and you’ll work with real clients in our professional salons.

> Hairdresser

Make-up Artistry Whether it’s in pharmacies, at cosmetic counters or in the fashion or film industries, the skills you gain in make-up and hairstyling will make the person you’re working with glow. You’ll get specialist skills too – make-up and hairstyling for the catwalk, and tips and tricks for character and period make-up and styling. Or study special effects make-up for film and TV.

> Colourist > Salon Owner > Make-up Artist/ Stylist for fashion, film, TV or stage > Cosmetologist > Cruise Ship Industry > Sales Consultant

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Certificate in Hairdressing and Beauty Services Start: February 2016 Level 3 Length: 34 weeks, full-time Campus: Wellington, Petone Entry criteria: 8 NCEA Level 1 credits in literacy and 8 NCEA Level 1 credits in maths

Develop the foundation skills to work in a salon support role, including elementary hairdressing and colouring. Learn introductory make-up and customer service skills. Gain credit for the first year of a hairdressing apprenticeship or entry to the Certificate in Hairdressing.

Certificate in Hairdressing Start: February 2016 Level 3 Length: 34 weeks, full-time Campus: Wellington Entry criteria: Certificate in Hairdressing and Beauty Services, or year 1 hairdressing apprenticeship or equivalent

Equivalent of Year 2 of an apprenticeship. Develop more complex skills including styling and colour techniques. Work with clients in the salon at a more advanced level of cutting, colouring and styling. Compete in a photographic competition, as well as at local events. Gain confidence while working in industry.

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Certificate in Fashion Make-up Artistry Start: February and Level 3 July 2016 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Wellington Entry criteria: NCEA Level 1 literacy and numeracy

Develop the basic skills and knowledge to work in pharmacies, cosmetic counters, make-up houses, or to perform editorial and photographic make-up and hairstyling. Hairstyling and communication skills are important components of this programme.

Certificate in Special Effects and Make-up Artistry Start: February and Level 4 July 2016 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Wellington Entry criteria: Certificate in Fashion Make-up Artistry or 6 month’s industry experience, must include hair work

Gain skills in advanced make-up and hairstyling, special effects, elementary wig and prosthetic applications, hair application, facial trimming and basic body painting.

Programmes and course details may change. Confirm your options by calling a Student Advisor on 0800 WELTEC (935 832).

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HOSPITALITY

Hospitality Gain the cookery or patisserie skills to work around the world. You’ll learn in the kitchen and by serving real customers in Bistro 52, our training restaurant. There are plenty of other opportunities too, such as competitions and industry events. Or choose food and beverage. Work as a waiter, barista, bartender or front-ofhouse. You’ll learn skills and serve customers in our training cafe The Latte Lab and at Bistro 52. At our Cuba St campus, you’ll be right amongst the city’s bars and restaurants. Learn in our modern facilities with stateof-the-art equipment and gear. Entry level cookery options are also taught in our Petone campus. Gain qualifications that are valued worldwide. Travel with your skills. Benefit from tutors who have worked in New Zealand and abroad.

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Get the cookery or patisserie skills to work around the world. You’ll learn in the kitchen and serve the public in our training restaurant. There are plenty of opportunities. Participate in competitions. Specialise as a patisserie or dessert chef.

> Chef/Cook

Food and Beverage Service Serve real customers in our training restaurant, café and bar. Learn barista skills on the coffee machines in our Latte Lab. Work as a waiter, barista, bartender or front of-house.

> Patisserie Chef > Restaurateur > Caterer > Baker > Front-of-house > Waiter/Waitress > Barista > Bartender > Bar Manager

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New Zealand Certificate in Hospitality

New Zealand Certificate in Cookery

Start: April and July 2016 Length: 12 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone

Start: February and July 2016 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone

Level 2

Entry criteria: Open entry

Level 3

Entry criteria: NCEA Level 1 literacy and numeracy

Do a starter course in Petone. Learn cookery and food and beverage skills. 12 weeks, Monday to Thursday, 9 - 3.30pm. Get skills for work or to go on to higher-level courses.

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Gain the skills to work as an entrylevel chef. Learn to produce the basic dishes required in a commercial kitchen. Practise preparing, cooking and presenting dishes. Learn about nutrition and kitchen procedures for the industry.

Entry criteria: NCEA Level 1 literacy and numeracy

Gain front-of-house skills needed to begin working as a professional waiter or barista. Get experience working in our training restaurant.

New Zealand Certificate in Food and Beverage Service (Restaurant Services)

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New Zealand Certificate in Cookery Start: February, July Level 4 and October 2016 Length: 34 weeks, full-time Campus: Wellington (Hospitality School)

Develop your skills further. Get introduced to supervisory roles. Learn bartending.

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Start: February, July Level 5 and October 2016 Length: 34 weeks, full-time Campus: Wellington (Hospitality School) Entry criteria: New Zealand Certificate in Cookery Level 4 or equivalent

Develop your culinary abilities, focusing on Cookery or Patisserie. Gain skills to move up to a supervisory role and run a commercial kitchen.

Core Courses (for all students) > Introduction to staff management > Kitchen, operational procedures > Work-integrated learning > Food production supervision Then choose between:

Entry criteria: NCEA Level 1 literacy and numeracy

Master the techniques of food preparation and basic cooking skills through to more advanced methods. Develop your skills in different cuisines, from Asian to contemporary New Zealand to classical French cooking. Learn how to plan and cost a menu.

Patisserie > Desserts > Gateaux varieties > Yeast products > Pastry items OR Cookery

Start: July 2016 Level 4 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Wellington (Hospitality School) Entry criteria: New Zealand Certificate in Food and Beverage Service (Level 3) or equivalent industry experience

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with strands in Restaurant Service and Barista Start: February and July 2016 Level 3 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Wellington (Hospitality School)

New Zealand Diploma in Cookery (Advanced)

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Programmes and course details may change. Confirm your options by calling a Student Advisor on 0800 WELTEC (935 832).

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Information Technology Want to work in a booming industry? Statistics New Zealand estimates the IT industry is worth $18 billion. The demand for IT professionals in the Wellington region continues to grow. Our IT options are developed in partnership with industry to ensure you learn the skills that employers need. Your learning is practical and real. Hands-on computing. Cyber Security. Networking. Programming. Servicing. Software Engineering. Practical skills

The right environment and tools

Career opportunities

If you’re looking to upskill or start your career in IT, WelTec offers an option that’s been created in partnership with industry. Develop your problem-solving skills. Work on projects – our Bachelor of IT students spend course time learning skills by building real software, apps and products. Learn from tutors who’ve worked in industry.

You’ll learn through a combination of practical labs and lectures. WelTec has specialised facilities, equipment and resources. Computer labs with PCs optimised for virtualised student learning. Training servers with Linux, Cisco, Microsoft Cloud and Alcatel - Lucent. A hardware lab with repair, maintenance and test facilities.

> Programmer

Industry certifications

> Systems Administrator

Studying at WelTec you will also have the option to complement your studies with industry certifications at our Pearson VUE Select, Kryterion HOST and Castleworldwide testing centres.

> Web Developer > Database Administrator > Systems Technician > Systems Analyst > Software Architect > Website Administrator > Network Engineer

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Certificate in Computing

Certificate in Web Technologies

Software Testing (Foundation)

Start: February and Level 4 July 2016 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone

Start: February and Level 6 July 2016 Length: 34 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone

Start: November 2015 Level 6 and July 2016 Length: 17 weeks, part-time Campus: Petone

Entry criteria: 48 NCEA Level 1 credits including Level 1 literacy and numeracy

Entry criteria: Year 1 of Bachelor of IT or equivalent, or experience

Entry criteria: Experience or qualification at Level 5 or above

Learn how to install, configure and maintain the standard technology required for a personal computer and grow your understanding of the internet and its applications for small offices and the home.

Learn how to design, create and maintain a wide range of complex website technologies and applications.

You will learn sound testing theory and get ready to sit internationally-recognised certification exams such as ISTQB (International Software Testing Board) or ISEB (Information Systems Examination Board).

Diploma in Computer Servicing

Certificate in Network Administration

Start: February and Level 5 July 2016 Length: 34 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone

Start: February and Level 6 July 2016 Length: 34 weeks, part-time (evening) Campus: Petone

Graduate Diploma in Information Assurance and Security

Entry criteria: 50 credits at NCEA level 2 or above

Entry criteria: Diploma in IT (Level 5) or equivalent, or relevant experience

Gain the expertise required to work successfully in a technical help desk, computer servicing, and other technical roles. Get prepared for external certification exams to gain CompTIA qualifications such as: A+, Server+ and/or Network+, as well as the Help Desk Association and ITIL industry certifications.

Develop your proficiency in the administration of networks and gain the skills you need to sit the Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) examinations.

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Start: February and Level 7 July 2016 Length: 34 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone Entry criteria: Degree in Computer Science or IT, or relevant experience

Learn how to integrate security policy, practices and technologies into operational structures and explore the principles of survivability and information assurance.

Graduate Diploma in Information Technology Start: February and Level 7 July 2016 Length: 34 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone Entry criteria: Relevant degree or experience

Gain a comprehensive understanding of specialist areas within IT. Get the right tools to apply your knowledge to an IT project.

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Degree

Bachelor of Information Technology

Georgia Bachelor of Information Technology “What I didn’t expect when I started studying was the level of support that I got from my tutors. Having previously studied at tertiary level, I found that interactions with tutors were limited to the lecture theatre.”

Start: February and Level 7 July 2016 Length: 3 years, full-time Campus: Petone Entry criteria: NCEA Level 3 plus 10 literacy credits at Level 2 or 3, and Level 1 numeracy

Choose from majors in Networking, Programming, Software Engineering, and Information Assurance and Security. Or design your own.

I found WelTec tutors to be helpful and genuinely care about their students.

Majors Design your degree Customise your degree. Choose the subjects that most interest you. Networking Networking specialists are required to design, deploy optimise enterprise network infrastructure, cloud networks and virtualised environments. Courses are based on high visability brands such as Microsoft, Cisco, Alcatel Lucent. Students gain hands on experience of these widely used, high quality network components. Programming Programmers interpret business issues to create IT solutions using a range of codes or languages. Information Assurance and Security Security specialists are in high demand within government, commercial and banking sectors. Analyse and discover risks and potential vulnerabilities of business systems.

Georgia chose IT because she was keen to upskill and join the booming IT industry. “I had got to about as far as I could in my previous career and I guess you could say I was in a bit of a rut. I really did need a new challenge and something to shake things up a bit.” She decided to embark on a Bachelor of IT. Along the way, she was chosen for a cadetship opportunity at IT services firm Fronde. Georgia won the ANZ Award for Most Outstanding Female Graduate and got a job at Fronde – where she started as a graduate and now works as a project manager. “I always had an interest in IT and I decided that WelTec was where I wanted to go because it was a practical course and I knew that I needed something that I could actively combine knowledge and theory.”

Georgia, who specialised in Information Assurance and Security, says she learned a lot about databases, risk management and project management. “One of the best things was I got to do a project in my final year. That was a very real-world experience in itself and all of the skills that I picked up and put into use while doing that project have really paid off as they’re things I’ve needed to do in my day-to-day life now.” Georgia’s work at Fronde involves client and stakeholder management, dealing with risk and managing development work, among other things. “It’s interesting and you get to work on a bunch of very different clients so you might be working for government one moment and then for something in the private sector the next.”

Software Engineering Where information technology meets engineering, a career in this specialist area will enable you to put your ideas into action.

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Mechanical Engineering Trades Fabrication, Machining, Welding If you’ve always liked taking things apart, finding out how things work, fixing things or building something new, mechanical engineering will set you up for a rewarding career. There’s a high demand for mechanical engineers in New Zealand and overseas. Choose Mechanical Engineering. Fabrication. Welding. Our tutors will help you develop your knowledge and skills in how to use different materials such as metals and plastics, how to operate machinery and use specialised computer systems. You’ll cover each stage from design to production. You’ll learn in leading facilities. Our workshops have benefited from a $3 million upgrade – including dedicated project spaces to build prototypes.

Career opportunities > Maintenance Engineer > Toolmaker > General Engineer > Fitter and Turner > Sheetmetal Worker > Structural Sheet Worker > Welder

Certificate in Engineering Start: March Level 3 and July 2016 Length: 1 year, full-time Campus: Petone Entry criteria: 12 NCEA Level 1 credits in both literacy and numeracy

Gain skills to build, maintain or operate equipment and plants in the mechanical engineering industry. Maintenance fitting. Fitting/turning. Welding. Sheet metal working. Structural fabrication. Toolmaking.

National Certificate in Engineering - Fabrication Start: March 2016 Level 4 Length: 3 years, part-time Campus: Petone Entry criteria: Certificate in Engineering (Level 3) plus working in industry

National Certificate in Mechanical Engineering (Machining) Start: March 2016 Level 4 Length: 3 years, part-time Campus: Petone Entry criteria: Both the Certificate in Engineering and Certificate in Engineering – Fabrication, plus working in industry

Build on the skills gained in the Certificate in Engineering. You must be employed in a mechanical workshop, while attending night classes and block courses.

Welding Contact our Student Advisors to discuss the welding options we are offering in 2016.

Specialise in welding and fabrication. You must be employed in a mechanical workshop, while attending night classes and block courses.

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TOURISM

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Tourism New Zealand’s popularity as a global destination continues to grow, as do opportunities in this exciting industry – both here and abroad. Learn by seeing our industry in action. Visit our country’s tourist destinations on class field-trips. Or enter the exciting world of hotels on our hotel reception programme. Develop customer service and administration skills that you can take anywhere. Tourism

Event Management

Career opportunities

You’ll learn about a variety of areas from marketing to working in an airline or being a travel agent. Learn by using reservations and bookings software used in the industry. Experience our country’s tourist destinations up-close on class field-trips.

Gain hands-on experience by working on real events. If you’re working in the field, take your skills further. Or get your foot in the door of the events industry.

> Airport Customer Service

This option is part of the Bachelor of

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Hospitality Management Learn how to manage hotels, restaurants, tourist attractions, cruise ships and more. You’ll get real-world skills that you can apply in New Zealand or overseas. This option is part of the Bachelor of Applied Management. See page 49 for more.

Applied Management. See page 49 for more

Hotel Reception

> Cruise Ship Attendant > Hotel Manager > Hotel Receptionist > Tourism Attraction Host > Tour Guide

Get into the exciting world of hotel work. Develop your reception, administration and customer service skills. Learn from experienced tutors who can link you with job opportunities.

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New Zealand Certificate Tourism (Tourism and Travel) Start: February and Level 3 July 2016 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Wellington Entry criteria: 40 credits in NCEA Level 1 and NCEA Level 1 literacy and numeracy

Gain the foundation skills to enter the tourism industry. Experience the industry with a class field trip to Rotorua and many local visitor attractions.

New Zealand Certificate Tourism (Operations endorsement) Start: July and November 2016 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Wellington

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New Zealand Certificate in Accommodation Services with strands in Reception and Portering Start: February 2016 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Wellington

Level 3

Entry criteria: NCEA Level 1 literacy and numeracy or equivalent qualification

Develop professional reception, administration and customer service skills.

New Zealand Certificate in Hotel Reception Start: July 2016 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Wellington

Level 4

Entry criteria: NCEA Level 1 literacy and numeracy or equivalent qualification

Entry criteria: New Zealand Certificate Tourism and Travel (Level 3)

Focus on the business side of tourism. Take part in a class field trip to Queenstown.

Gain specialist skills to work in a hotel environment. This is the next step up from the level 3 certificate and is focused on hotel reception. This programme is subject to NZQA approval.

New Zealand Diploma in Tourism and Travel Start: February 2016 Length: 34 weeks, full-time Campus: Wellington

Level 5

Entry criteria: NCEA Level 3 or relevant Level 4

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Learn about current business practice, event planning and people development. Travel to a regional destination to learn first hand from local tourism providers.

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Programmes and course details may change. Confirm your options by calling a Student Advisor on 0800 WELTEC (935 832).

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SCHOLARSHIPS AN

Scholarships Study at WelTec and apply for scholarships where we can help cover the costs of your studies. Hutt City Council Centennial Scholarships For students who live and go to school in Hutt City.

Graduate Women Wellington Scholarships For female students entering a profession where women are under-represented.

Fuji Xerox Scholarships Support and work experience opportunities for students doing a degree in Applied Management, Creative Technologies or IT.

Engineering Scholarships We’ve partnered with major employers to assist students who have academic and leadership potential.

Māori and Pasifika Trades Training Scholarship Automotive. Construction. Hairdressing. Scholarships are available for Māori and Pasifika students looking to learn career skills.

World of WearableArt® Scholarships For students pursuing their passion in Hairdressing or Special Effects Make-up Artistry.

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Cadetships and internships Gain work experience while you study. Get qualified while you earn. We’ve worked with industry to organise cadetships and internships. It’s part of the practical nature of WelTec programmes and our focus on work-readiness. Cadetships and internships provide the opportunity for work alongside your study. Our trades cadetships are aimed at those already working in industry. Cadetships and internships in business and IT offer work experience over term holidays or outside class time. There are a range of options in a range of areas. Check out a selection below. There are also opportunities in Creative Technologies. For more information, talk to your tutors.

Trades cadetships/ managed apprenticeships Learn while you earn. If you’ve already got a job, you can gain qualifications while you work. Complete a programme at your pace. Study theory part-time in the evenings or weekends. Our tutors provide on-the-job support, including on-site assessments four times a year. > Carpentry Gain the National Certificate in Carpentry (Level 4). Our cadetships are endorsed by the Certified Builders Association.

Business and IT Here is a selection of IT cadetship and internship opportunities. > Summer of Tech Paid work experience for IT students over the summer break. > Fronde Cadetships > ANZ Technology Internships > MSD IT Graduate Programme

> Mechancial Engineering/ Fabrication. Working in industry? Talk to us about a managed apprenticeship.

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Your choice, more study options Creative Writing

Develop your skills in various kinds of writing

English Language

Improve your English to help you gain better prospects of employment

Film & Television Production

Learn to be a filmmaker through a combination of hands-on experience and visiting tutors

Infrastructure Works

Gain skills for a career in the infrastructure works industry

Jewellery Design

Learn the design process and techniques of jewellery making

Journalism

Study journalism at New Zealand’s leading multimedia journalism school

Maori Art

Extend your skills in whakairo and raranga

Music & Live Sound

Develop a wide range of skills for the music industry

Nursing

Learn to become a nurse with a range of clinical skills

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Outdoor Adventure

Gain the skills required for a career in the outdoor adventure industry

Paramedic

Gain skills to provide emergency medical care in a range of situations

Performing Arts

Develop your performance talents in a wide range of art forms

Publishing

Learn the whole publishing process, from manuscript to bookstore

Radio Broadcasting

Enter the high energy world of radio and discover the many dynamic areas of commercial broadcasting

Retail

Enhance your knowledge and skill base of the retail industry

Social Work

Become a social work professional

Teaching

Become a confident and competent early childhood teacher

Transport

Learn to drive trucks for the road transport industry

Te Reo

Extend your understanding and ability in te reo MÄ ori me nga tikanga

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Contac t us. Right here Petone Campus 21 Kensington Avenue, Petone Private Bag 39803, Wellington 5045 Telephone: (04) 920 2400 Wellington Hospitality Campus 52 Cuba Street, Wellington CBD Telephone: (04) 920 2400 Wellington CBD Campus 11–17 Church Street (off Boulcott Street), Wellington CBD 6011 Telephone: (04) 920 2400 Auckland Campus 3 Wakefield Street, Level 2, Auckland P.O.Box 6413, Wellesley St, Auckland 1141 Telephone: (09) 915 8930

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The information contained in this prospectus describes the courses we intend to offer. The information is correct at the time of printing (August 2015). Please note that programmes and courses are subject to change. The most accurate and up-todate information is available at www.weltec.ac.nz


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