news + stories
newsletterWhy Waru chose to learn on the job – supporters newsletter August 2017
READ THE FULL NEWSLETTER HERE. There’s more than one way to launch a career. Last week’s Got a Trade, Got it Made campaign was a good chance to...
profile‘I’ll make my whānau proud through my mahi’
Photo credit: Cameron Pratt Waru Pairama started his trades training by enrolling in a construction course. But having already worked in other industries,...
work readyStay sharp – Drug and Alcohol Awareness
Want to dominate in your trade and earn respect from others? Staying away from drugs and alcohol while you’re on the job will help you build your skills,...
video profile“You gotta want it”
Jerome Ramsay started out as a labourer, before deciding to get more skills under his belt through a trades qualification. With help from MPTT Navigators,...
Jobs + Noticeboard
Skills Organisation are running Saturday workshops every 6 weeks to help train and mentor Pasifika students doing their electrical training. Contact Tony or Issac to find out how they could benefit you.
Next workshop is on Saturday 26 August, 9am. Read more.
Heaps of jobs. Find one now.
If you don’t have your licence yet, it’s the number one thing you can do while you’re training to help you get a job later. Here are some helpful tools. Read more
Are you an MIT student or graduate? The Career and Employment Solutions team at MIT are here to support you with our online Jobs Board and Career Resources. To access this information, visit our site.
Are you an Unitec student or graduate? The Careers Centre at Unitec are here to support you with our online Jobs Board and Career Resources. To access this information, visit our site.
As an MPTT scholar, you’re entitled to a $1000 tools grant once you start an apprenticeship. Apply within 18 months of finishing your course to avoid missing out.