North Shore Times : January 25th 2011
18 NORTH SHORE TIMES, JANUARY 25, 2011 BOOST YOUR SKILLS AND CONFIDENCE by improving your: Reading Comprehension Writing Skills Spelling & Grammar Basic maths Basic Computing Support also available to help prepare you for the Learner Driver Licence Test Group classes or one on one (Morning, afternoon or evening) Phone 444 0420 LITERACY NORTH SHORE INC 0800 88 NZCC (6922) firstname.lastname@example.org www.nzcc.ac.nz *Conditions apply Our National Certificate in Early Childhood Education (Level 3) gives you the knowledge, professional skills and practical experience to start a rewarding career in this exciting industry. You could be eligible to study for FREE, call us today to find out! Youth places available for 16 - 18 year olds. Enrolments are open now and places are limited! North Shore Campus 1 Des Swann Drive Takapuna FREE NZQA REGISTERED & ACCREDITED focus on education Job Training, University Options, Skills Courses, Early Childhood Education & more Advertising Feature Practical Philosophy An introductory course of nine sessions is offered for those who seek an understanding of the nature of human existence and the world in which we live. The course, which includes the opportunity for discussion, outlines the practical application of great philosophic ideas, past and present. When these ideas are put into practice, they lead towards clear thought, reduction of stress, and effective action in work, study and every aspect of daily life. Our next course commences on Tuesday 8 February or Thursday 10 February. You can attend any of the venues and times indicated below. North Shore, Lake House Arts Centre 37 Fred Thomas Drive, Barry's Point, Takapuna Thursday 10 February 7.15pm Classes also held at Mt Eden Check website for details Course fee is $150 for nine weeks. A registered Charitable Organisation. Established 1960 For further information www.philosophy.school.nz or call us toll free on 0800 610 539 Are you ready for a challenge in 2011?? The International Travel College of New Zealand offers 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! ITC is a multiple award winning College specialising in training exclusively for the airport, airline, travel and tourism industries. We are enrolling now for 2011 and places are limited!!!! call NOW The International Travel College on 09-373-5510/ 09-279-3525 or 0800 868 747 to reserve your seat!! www.itc.co.nz 3416526AA Want a great job in the Airline, Travel and Tourism Industries?! ECE training for teens -- free Rewarding career: A great job providing a stimulating environment for children. For teenagers who have left school and are ready to embark on a career, there's good news. You may be eligible for FREE training in early child- hood education at New Zealand Career College's North Shore campus. New Zealand Career College (NZCC) offers free placements for 16-18 year olds, through the Tertiary Education Commission's Youth Training funding scheme. The scheme is desig- ned to help eligible teenagers gain practical skills and qualifications that enable them to move effectively into sustainable employment and/or higher levels of tertiary education. Youth Training means teenagers with no or low school achievements or qualifications can still start a great career that has real long-term job opportunities. Eligible students pay no fees and will continue to receive any benefits they are on, and they may also be eli- gible for a travel allow- ance. Early childhood edu- cation is a varied and rewarding career in which you help New Zealand's young children to learn and develop dur- ing the fundamental early years of their lives. If you're looking for somewhere to start your career in the industry, NZCC's National Certifi- cate in Early Childhood Education (Level 3) is the perfect entry point. After successfully completing the Level 3 Certificate, many students also go on to complete further train- ing, including NZCC's popular Diploma in Early Childhood Edu- cation (Pasifika) (Level 5), opening up even more opportunities for the future. All of NZCC's courses are NZQA registered and accredited and the cam- pus is now taking inter- views and enrolments for its 2011 programmes. For more information, and to find out if you're eligible for free Youth Training, freephone 0800 88 NZCC (6922), or contact the North Shore campus directly on 486-1052, or email email@example.com. Inspiring future teachers North Shore Language School has been operat- ing for nine years. In addition to offering English classes, the school conducts courses in teacher training to achieve the TESOL qualification (Teaching Speakers of Other Languages Level 4) -- popular with beginning teachers and with quali- fied teachers who'd like to develop further skills in teaching. Director of Studies Ali- son Rankine says: We are proud of the support- ive and friendly atmos- phere of the school. We are fully focused on helping our students reach their goals. The TESOL course is designed to give all trainees many oppor- tunities to gradually develop and practice their skills and this allows the trainees to experience high levels of achievement. We believe that all students can develop wonderful teach- ing skills and we aim to inspire them to pursue teaching as their career.'' During the course, trainees study teaching theory and they also get practice opportunities. All of the theory is closely linked to practical sessions in which the trainees can plan and teach lessons to English language learners. The trainees have a lot of fun in these teaching sessions and enjoy seeing their teaching abilities develop; also being able to work with English language learners from many countries around the world. Graduating students have stated that they have developed a passion for teaching during their TESOL course and that it has given them the confi- dence to consider teach- ing as a career. The trainees are also prepared for the Cam- bridge University Teach- ing Knowledge Test (TKT). They learn the theory and participate in practice tests to ensure they are very familiar with both the content and the layout of the three core modules of the TKT. This qualification is well-recognised inter- nationally. All the North Shore Language TESOL trainees who have sat this test have achieved very high grades -- and many have achieved the highest grades that are possible (Grade 4). Graduating TESOL students have been able to pursue their teaching careers, some going into direct employment as English language tutors. Others use it as a step- ping stone into univer- sity to do a degree in Teaching in ECE, Pri- mary and Secondary education. Some students plan to travel overseas and teach English in other countries. North Shore Language School is located at 122 Wairau Rd Glenfield, phone 442-4500. Students loans and allowances available. www.nsls.ac.nz.
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