Western Leader : February 15th 2011
18 WESTERN LEADER, FEBRUARY 15, 2011 3 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 3356765AD • Small Classes • Practical hands on courses • Job focused training • Help with employment • Custom built I.T. Campus Kick start your career in I.T. 62 Anzac Rd, TAKAPUNA Certificate and Diploma courses in Computer Network Engineering Level 5 and 6 ( includes A+, Network+, MCSE courses) 0800 428 666 If you'd like to know more give us a call on... NZQA Approved Student Loan and Allowances available 0800 88 NZCC (6922) firstname.lastname@example.org www.nzcc.ac.nz *Conditions apply Our diplomas and national certificates give you the knowledge, professional skills and practical experience to start a rewarding career in early childhood education. Waitakere Campus 3047 Great North Rd New Lynn STUDENT LOANS & ALLOWANCES* Enrol now for 2011 www.nzcc.ac.nz kickstart your career in NZQA REGISTERED & ACCREDITED Want Quality and Free education for your child? Spaces available now in all areas, plus 3-5 year olds in our free Kindy room* Meals included 32 Arawa Street, New Lynn Call Jeanette 09 827 3379 email@example.com *conditions apply NEW LUXURY CHILDCARE For a take off in life 3409677AK Education& trainingAdvertis Feature NZSE -- helping girls into the IT industry IT superstars: NZSE Maori students making waves in the IT industry, from left to right: Nadia Kiriwi, Liz Mataiti (front), Linda Solomon (staff) Tiri Murray, Keiha Winitana, Keti Brown, Leslie Henare (front), Vikki Esau, Janelle Eramiha, Micheal Haoro (behind), Shane Howard and Benjamin Stout. The New Zealand School of Education (NZSE) has been taking the lead in putting more females into the IT industry. More and more females leaving school are considering IT as a permanent career and NZSE is a forerunner for providing the perfect foundation for them to learn and step into the IT sector. Some of the many benefits include better paid jobs, opportunity for career advancement and wider options for job descriptions. The school included a growing number of female students in 2010 and this number is expected to grow signifi- cantly going into 2011. Former students from Avondale College, Hen- derson High School, Massy High School, Green Bay High School, Mt Albert Grammar, Mt Roskill Grammar and Lynfield College are just a few of the schools whose students have enrolled in the NZSE IT programme. Students have an awareness of the value of attending NZSE in con- trast to other institutes. They are able to gain a Diploma in Computing, level five in 32 weeks -- while elsewhere it nor- mally takes up to 18 to 24 months to complete. Students Ana Lavulo (16), Nadia Kiriwi (17) and Elizabeth Mataiti (34) are just some of the talented female students at NZSE who are near completion of their Cer- tificate in Computer Servicing and will join a second semester to com- plete their Diploma in Computing Level 5. These girls have been exceptional students and have been very impressed in how NZSE programmes were run. They comment that the environment at NZSE is very supportive -- including the tutors, recruitment team and student services on offer. All three students had no knowledge of IT before joining the course, but now the girls can upgrade, repair, diag- nose and build a com- puter to specification. All these skills were learnt within just 14 weeks. Call Joey or Linda on 0800998811or827 6100, or text Joey on 021 057 8284 for information. Alternatively send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.nzse.ac.nz.
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