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Why should I study at the Waikato Trades Academy in 2015?. For more information: Visit www.wintec.ac.nz/wta Speak to your career adviser/teacher in charge of Trade Academy. Courses cover multiple career options. Primary Industries Agriculture ( Taratahi Agriculture) Horticulture

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Why should i study at the waikato trades academy in 2015

Why should I study at theWaikato Trades Academy in 2015?

For more information:

Visit www.wintec.ac.nz/wta

Speak to your career adviser/teacher in charge

of Trade Academy


Courses cover multiple career options

Courses cover multiple career options

  • Primary Industries

  • Agriculture (Taratahi Agriculture)

  • Horticulture

  • Arboriculture

  • Service Industries Sector

  • Hairdressing

  • Hospitality

  • Beauty therapy

  • Tourism

  • Social and Community Services

  • Health care

  • Community services

  • Manufacturing and Technology

  • Mechanical engineering

  • Automotive/collision repair

  • Electrical engineering

  • Construction and Infrastructure

  • Building and construction

  • Plumbing and gas

  • Electrical engineering

  • Architecture and interior design

Find out more here:

www.wintec.ac.nz/wta


Achieve ncea level 2 3

Achieve NCEA Level 2 & 3

  • Most WTA courses are two years in length and offer:

  • 1 day a week of study at Wintec

  • Between 25 – 40 credits

  • Unit standards

  • Level 2 credits in Year 1

  • Level 3 credits in Year 2

  • Sector related standards – working towards your vocational pathway endorsement


Practical learning

Practical learning

  • Build mini-bikes, sleep outs, do manicures, pedicures, make soups, sandwiches

  • Project based learning

  • Hands on

  • Industry relevant


Improve your confidence

Improve your confidence

  • “I’ve learnt heaps going to Wintec on Fridays. It has encouraged me to be more independent and I have gained experience in what I might want to do, or not. I’m way more focussed this year and I feel going to Wintec has helped me believe I can have a good future in my life.”

  • Codie – Construction and Infrastructure


Transition into apprenticeships or higher level study

Transition into apprenticeships or higher level study

  • Study alongside apprentices and full time students

  • Access to level 3 and above Wintec programmes after finishing school

  • Presentations from employers and industry training organisations about apprenticeship opportunities


Enrolments open 13 october 2014

Enrolments open 13 October 2014

  • Open evening for all WTA courses 2015

  • Tuesday 21 October

  • 5pm – 7pm Wintec, Rotokauri Campus

  • Girls interested in a Career in Engineering?

  • Open afternoon for Girls Engineering Programme

  • Tuesday 25 September

  • 1pm – 3pm Longveld, 153-157 Ellis Street Frankton

  • Visit www.wintec.ac.nz/wta

  • Speak to your career adviser/teacher in charge of Trade Academy


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