Central Leader : January 16th 2013
www.centralleader.co.nz 14 CENTRAL LEADER, JANUARY 16, 2013 NZIS Students Tau Haupuku (NZRL Under 18s), Marama Davis (NZ Womens Sevens) & Corey Roberts (7s Touch Rep). "I achieved at NZIS, you can too" James Taylor -- Student & NZRL U18 Hurry limited places for Feb 2013. Youth Guarantee, Personal Training, Diploma & Advanced Diploma Programmes Available Phone 09-6233472 for more information or Apply online on WWW.NZIS.AC.NZ 5085577AE Zero Fee Courses for 16 & 17 year olds. NEW ZEALAND INSTITUTE OF SPORT FREE Course for 16&17 years olds CALL NOW to find out how our practical hands on Youth Hospitality Course. Get started in this exciting industry with the experts. 0800 22 44 38 www.msltraining.co.nz Onehunga Hurry Limited Seats Left! Enrolling Now Want an exciting career in hospitality? 5111722AM FREEtrainingfor16 & 17 year olds* Career 9090 5081309AD Enrol for January NOW! Part time evening classes filling fast! 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Vacancies on this course now available • All teaching resources & materials supplied • No fees • Costs towards travel allowance Contact Regent Training Centre 826 1473 or visit our website www.rtc.co.nz for more details Advertising Feature training Education& Sport and career studies The New Zealand Institute of Sport (NZIS) is educating and growing champions with its high quality youth, industry, and tertiary programmes, supporting learners and athletes with their goals in the sports, fitness and recreation industry. NZIS is located in Greenlane and at the Papatoetoe Sports Centre. One student who has embraced all that NZIS has to offer to support her sporting and career aspirations is Marama Davis. Marama is an inspi- rational 18 year old who has achieved a great deal at a young age and still has great ambition for her future, both in sporting and her career. She was a successful Youth Guaran- tee foundation student at NZIS last year completing her Certificate in Sports Studies Level 3 Programme, while her busy sporting schedule had her participate in the NZ Maori Women's Rugby Team in Rome. She was further selected to travel to Dubai late last year as a member of the NZ Women's Sevens Team, which she says was an enriching experience and proud moment for her family, friends and NZIS. In recent times Marama has also played for the NZ Open Women's Touch Team in a series against Aust- ralia and represented various age grade regional teams as a Counties Manukau representative for touch and a representative of the Auckland Storm Women's Rugby Team that won the NPC women's finals last year. Not only did Marama graduate from her course last year but she also received several sporting awards for her regional and national representa- tive honours and was awarded the NZIS Sports Woman of the Year. She is working hard to seek selec- tion into the NZ Women's Sevens Team for the Olympics in Rio 2016, but also hopes to have a career in the sport, fitness, and recreation industry, hence her decision to continue study- ing at NZIS. For more information on NZIS phone 623 3472 or apply online at www. nzis.ac.nz.
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