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  • Level 3 Nursery Production (industry-based)

    … Your workloadYou should expect to spend a minimum of 10 hours a week on this programme.

    Further study optionsAdvance your knowledge with our online New Zealand Certificate in Horticulture Production (Level 4) (Fruit Production).  

    Student loans with TTAFThe Trades and Apprenticeship Fund (TTAF) covers tuition fees and compulsory costs such as student levies. 

    You also need a laptop or device to study this programme online. The fund will not cover this cost. You can either pay for this yourse…

  • New Zealand Certificate in Brewing (Level 4)

    … Additional costsYou will need to purchase some uniform and safety equipment at an approximate cost of $150. 

    Further study options Expand your learning by undertaking our New Zealand Certificate in Brewing (Level 5).  

    Student loans and allowances with TTAFWhilst this programme is free for you to study via the Trades and Apprenticeship Fund (TTAF), this fund only covers tuition fees and compulsory costs such as student levies. It does not cover any additional costs or living costs. You can pa…

  • Level 3 and 4 Nursery and Fruit Production (on campus)

    … the New Zealand Diploma in Horticulture Production (Level 5) (Fruit Production). Horticulture may also be studied at degree-level in New Zealand.

    Additional costsYou must have clothing and footwear suitable for the outdoors.

    Student loans/allowances with TTAFWhilst this programme is free for you to study via the Trades and Apprenticeship Fund (TTAF), this fund only covers tuition fees and compulsory costs such as student levies. It does not cover any additional costs or living costs. You can…

  • New Zealand Certificate in Brewing (Level 5)

    … Other requirements

    Learners who will be aged under 18 during activities that require the tasting of alcohol will not be allowed to participate in this activity without first producing a signed guardian consent form.
    Student loans and allowances with TTAF Whilst this programme is free for you to study via the Trades and Apprenticeship Fund (TTAF), this fund only covers tuition fees and compulsory costs such as student levies. It does not cover any additional costs or living costs. You can pay f…

  • New Zealand Certificate in Information Technology Essentials (Level 4)

    … 17 weeks. You will be in small classes of around 20 students with excellent equipment and great staff. In addition, you will need to spend up to 12 hours per week in self-directed study (assignments and review work).

    Student loans and allowances with TTAFWhilst this programme is free for you to study via the Trades and Apprenticeship Fund (TTAF), this fund only covers tuition fees and compulsory costs such as student levies. It does not cover any living costs. You can pay for living costs by y…

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  1. New Zealand Certificate in Whānau Ora (Level 3)
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    … Self-directed work involves investigation and completion of individual assignments for assessment. Additional costsStationery will be provided. Student loans and allowancesWhilst this programme is free for you to study via the Trades and Apprenticeship Fund (TTAF), this fund only covers tuition fees and compulsory costs such as student levies. It does not cover any additional costs or living costs. You can pay for additional and living costs by yourself if that is possible for you or by applyin…

  2. Programmes

    … workplace, this programme provides is a great option for those wishing to pursue a career as an Automotive Electrical Engineer. Plus, this programme is free for domestic students due to the Government's Targeted Training and Apprenticeship Fund (TTAF) (although you'll need to pay for any additional course-related and living costs). Graduates will be able to take on senior positions in an automotive workshop. Please note: this programme is not available to international students.
    New Z…

  3. Level 4 Amenity Horticulture (on campus or industry-based)
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    … progress your learning, you could study the New Zealand Certificate in Horticulture Services (Level 4) in a different strand/horticulture sector or the New Zealand Certificate in Horticulture Services (Level 5) (Amenity). Student loans and allowances with TTAFWhilst this programme is free for you to study via the Trades and Apprenticeship Fund (TTAF), this fund only covers tuition fees and compulsory costs such as student levies. It does not cover any additional costs or living costs. You can…

  4. Electrical

    … appliance servicing and automation. Alternatively, if you want to become an electrician, this is the ideal pre-apprentice preparation. Plus, this programme is free for domestic students due to the Government's Targeted Training and Apprenticeship Fund (TTAF) (although you'll need to pay for any additional course-related and living costs).
    New Zealand Certificate in Electrical Engineering Theory and Practice (Trade) (Level 4)
    Dunedin and in your workplace
    Four years (apprenticeship,…

  5. Automotive

    … join the road transport industry in a range of employment contexts as a heavy rigid vehicle or heavy combination vehicle operator. Plus, this programme is free for domestic students due to the Government's Targeted Training and Apprenticeship Fund (TTAF) (although you'll need to pay for any additional course-related and living costs).
    New Zealand Certificate in Automotive Electrical Engineering (Level 4)
    Dunedin or Central Otago
    Two years part-time
    Level 4
    Starts anytime
    Apply…

  6. New Zealand Certificate in Animal Technology (Level 5) (Rural Animal Technician)
    1282x484 Certificate in Animal Technology Level 5 Rural Animal Technician

    … employed in a suitable veterinary practice or you have not previously studied with us, you may need to purchase the following:
    Stethoscope - $20
    Closed-in shoes - $100 (approx.)
    Shirt - $50
    Overalls - $80
    Name badge - $15.
    Student loans/allowances with TTAFWhilst this programme is free for you to study via the Trades and Apprenticeship Fund (TTAF), this fund only covers tuition fees and compulsory costs such as student levies. It does not cover any additional costs or living costs. You can pay…

  7. New Zealand Diploma in Enrolled Nursing (Level 5)
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    … can expect to spend approximately 40 hours per week on this full-time course and should expect a range of assessments to evaluate learning.Student loans/allowances Whilst this programme is free for you to study via the Trades and Apprenticeship Fund (TTAF), this fund only covers tuition fees and compulsory costs such as student levies. It does not cover any additional costs or living costs. You can pay for additional and living costs by yourself if that is possible for you or by applying for a…

  8. New Zealand Certificate in Commercial Road Transport (Heavy Vehicle Operator) (Level 3)
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    … Additional costs
    You will need to have safety boots, rigger gloves, suitable sturdy work wear and safety glasses. A hard hat is optional.
    Licensing Fees: www.nzta.govt.nz/driver-licences/licensing-fees/licence-fees/
    Student loans and allowances with TTAFWhilst this programme is free for you to study via the Trades and Apprenticeship Fund (TTAF), this fund only covers tuition fees and compulsory costs such as student levies. It does not cover any additional costs or living costs. You can pay f…

  9. Frequently asked questions

    … What are the costs of study?
    Domestic and international programme fees are listed on each programme information sheet on our website.
    Sometimes it may say that fees are not charged due to a programme sitting under a Government initiative (such as the TTAF scheme). There are also useful links on our programme information sheets to StudyLink.
    Funding options and StudyLink are for domestic students only.
    Where possible, we’ve also included an Additional Cost section. This shows the amount of money…

  10. Programmes

    … appreciation of civil engineering processes and theory, and an ability to apply your learning in a practical and innovative way. Plus, this programme is free for domestic students due to the Government's Targeted Training and Apprenticeship Fund (TTAF) (although you'll need to pay for any additional course-related and living costs).
    New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Electrical Engineering)
    Dunedin
    Two years full-time; part-time options
    Level 6
    Starts February
    Apply…