Central Leader : April 20th 2011
19 CENTRAL LEADER, APRIL 20, 2011 Do you want to know how to build, fix and maintain computers? Get Qualified! New Zealand School of Education Enjoy hands-on training? No experience? No problem! NZSE have open entry criteria for most programmes Call us NOW 0800 99 88 11 International Students Inquiries Welcome • 14 week Certi cate in Computer Servicing • 32 week Diploma in Computing • Diploma in Advanced Computer Science - Level 7 Text 021 556 534 3033 Great North Rd, New Lynn, Auckland email: email@example.com www.nzse.ac.nz Enrolling for 2011 International Qualifcations available www.collegeofcamille.co.nz Enrol now for July Want a great job in the Airline, Travel and Tourism Industries?! We can offer the perfect solution, with a campus in Auckland City, Botany Town Centre or studying from home. Courses start from just 24 weeks, so you could soon be working for an airline, travel agency or hotel!! These are just a few of the job opportunities open to our graduates who are in big demand! We are a multiple award winning College specialising in training exclusively for the airport, airline, travel and tourism industries. We still have some places on our courses in 2011!! So call NOW The International Travel College on 09 373 5510 / 09 279 3525 or 0800 868747 to reserve your seat!! www.itc.co.nz Everyone has a natural talent, let us help you find a course to use it! Study with us and we will guarantee you a job at the end of it.* NZMA provides quality education and internationally recognised qualifications in Hospitality and Business, plus real skills to help you get started in a great career. Check NZMA out on facebook or call us on 0800 222 517 *Terms and conditions apply NZMAFCL1 Education& trainingAdvertis Feature Green fingers get free training Reap the benefits: Tutor Carol Elliott has a background in horticulture, botany, ecology, biodiversity and biosecurity. Whether you are a home gar- dener, lifestyle block owner, or just looking for a career in horti- culture, the horticulture pro- gramme run through the Open Polytechnic will help you achieve your goals. The free, eight month part time programme provides the basic knowledge to those keen on grow- ing successful plants. Courses offer a good mix of the- ory and practice, leading to the National Certificate in Horticul- ture Level 2. By joining the programme, students reap the benefit of a fan- tastic combination of distance learning with the assistance of a dedicated and experienced train- ing facilitator, who will provide regular support workshops and tutorials to make the information more relevant. The programme covers plant botany, propagation, soils, amen- ity horticulture and crop protec- tion along with the safe use of hor- ticulture chemicals. Field trips, weekly tutorials and monthly workshops are designed to fit in with other commitments. Tutor Carol Elliott has a back- ground in horticulture, botany, ecology, biodiversity and biosecurity. Her qualifications include certificates in horticulture and community skills along with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Biodiversity Management). Carol has worked in a variety of horticultural areas from vegetable production, floriculture, bedding and indoor plants. She has spent 15 years working in the roles of technician, tutorial assistant and herbarium curator at Unitec from the early days of the Horticulture Department to the School of Natural Sciences, before she left to join the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry as a quarantine inspector. Currently Carol also works part time as a biosecurity trainer. Carol's interests keep her involved in research in the area of biodiversity, specifically lichens and also in biosecurity. The next intake starts on May 2011. Enrolments should be sent by closing date May 15. There are no minimum qualifications for enrolments for students aged 20 and up, and the courses are fully government subsidised so there is no cost to students. However, spaces are limited. For more information or to apply, contact Carol on 021 112 4072 or e-mail her on carol@horticulture programme.co.nz.
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