Found Programmes

  • 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 Carpentry (Level 4)
    634x484 Certificate in Carpentry Level 4 634x484 Certificate in Carpentry Level 4 2

    Carpentry apprenticeships (ITAB)Become a carpenter, site supervisor, building project manager, construction firm owner or self-employed builder.Learn from professionals and gain sought-after skills with this carpentry apprenticeship pathway brought to you by Otago Polytechnic and Industry Training Association Building (ITAB). This apprenticeship option allows you to work in the construction industry as an employee, under the supervision of someone who is prepared to train you. It addresses indus…

  2. New Zealand Certificate in Apiculture (Queen Bee Rearing) (Level 4)
    NAT gen HorticultureHoneyExtraction 001 NAT gen HorticultureHoneyExtraction 002

    Gain the skills and knowledge to rear queen bees.This programme will enable you to rear queen bees for a commercial operation or to operate your own queen-rearing operation. Graduates will be able to work independently and could supervise others.Apiculture is one of New Zealand's fastest growing industries and there is such high demand for this skill that it is listed on Immigration NZ's Immediate Skills Shortage List.Graduates of this programme will be well-received by industry as it…

  3. New Zealand Certificate in Apiculture (Level 3)
    634x484 Apiculture 02 634x484 Certificate in Apiculture Level 3 2

    Want to learn more about beekeeping? Apiculture is one of New Zealand's fastest growing industries and there is such high demand for this skill that it is listed on Immigration NZ's Immediate Skills Shortage List. Graduates of this new programme will be able to work as an assistant beekeeper for commercial operators, as an independent beekeeper with a small number of beehives or even develop their own business. Alternatively, they will be able to pathway into Level 4 Apiculture trainin…

  4. He Toki Carpentry and Infrastructure Trades Training Scholarship
    634x484 Certificate in Construction Trade Skills Level 3 Carpentry 2

    Get the skills and support you need to succeed in the construction industry in Te Waipounamu.With He Toki, you'll be supported to gain a New Zealand Certificate in Construction Trade Skills (Level 3) in Carpentry or Infrastructure - but with a difference. You’ll get a unique and empowering learning experience that has te reo, tikaka and mentorship at the heart of everything. Talk to us if you:
    identify as Māori or Pasifika,
    are 16-40 years old,
    want to learn and earn in a practical, hands…

  5. New Zealand Certificate in Information Technology Essentials (Level 4)
    634x484 Certificate in Information Technology Essentials Level 4 634x484 Certificate in Information Technology Essentials Level 4 2 v2

    Delivered online through eCampus NZTake that first step towards a career in IT. IT is a global industry and the right qualification will create a whole world of opportunities for you. If you've decided that a career in IT is what you're after then this qualification is a great starting point. On completion of this programme, you'll be ready to seek our entry-level roles in the IT industry or with further study, career possibilities include business computing, technical support, ha…

  6. Parent information

    … or discounted ways of studying?
    Yes!
    Don't let the cost of education put your learner off studying. There are lots of ways to study for free or get funding to reduce tuition fees.
    Initiatives like the Targeted Training and Apprenticeship Fund (TTAF), Fees Free and the Youth Guarantee Scheme are all examples of this.
    We've pulled all this info together on this Ways to pay for study webpage >
    How do we sort a student loan/allowance?
    Student Loans and Allowances are
    for domest…