North Shore Times : January 29th 2013
www.northshoretimes.co.nz 17 NORTH SHORE TIMES, JANUARY 29, 2013 Tel: 09 443 7640 | Txt: 027 599 2666 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | www.pharmacy.school.nz Right now, the pharmacy industry needs qualified pharmacy technicians and assistants. A School of Pharmacy qualification will make you instantly employable and prepare you for a lucrative career. Visit our website, phone or text us to find out about our range of course options. BH/6675/6x27/NST Starts Feb 2013 5012535AM 5012738AE 2013 Youth Scholarships at Academy New Zealand PHONE 0800 4 ACADEMY to find out more Limited Spaces available 0800 4 222 3369 www.academy.ac.nz Exciting new youth courses are now on offer for 2013. Full NCEA level 2 Certificates in: Salon Assistant, Fashion Retail, Hospitality, Sport and Pharmacy Assistant. 45 Weeks in duration and open to anyone aged 16 to under 18years of age. Career 9090 Contact Reg P: 09-418 2514 M : 027-418 2517 E: email@example.com W: www.hort.ac.nz FEE FREE 5094323AA 12 months Part-time Enrolments open for March 2013 An Open Polytechnic course delivered by Skills Update Training Institute Places limited ABI Music Brass & Woodwind Specialists 10a Parity Place, Glenfield Ph 443 5666 www.abi.co.nz Looking to BUY? Looking to HIRE? LOOK NO FURTHER! CORNETS TRUMPETS CLARINETS TROMBONES TUBAS OBOES FLUTES SAXOPHONES plus lots more! We have a great range of new and used brass and woodwind instruments at hard-to-beat prices! Stockists of all major brands Full back up service by our own fully-equipped workshop and trained technicians. North Shore's Brass and Woodwind Specialist Shop for over 25 years training Education& Advertising Feature View our latest edition online at www.northshoretimes.co.nz Academy NZ's exciting year ahead Young workers: Academy NZ's hospitality students get some real life work experience at an off-site function. Love cooking, fashion, make-up or sport but not quite ready to take on a huge student loan or find a job? You don't have to. The team at Academy NZ is now offering any- one under the age of 18 years with a passion for Fashion, Salon/Beauty, Hospitality or Sport the chance to continue studying for free. We know that schools have limited resources and cannot specialise in every subject but a cam- pus like mine can specialise in certain areas,'' campus manager Kerry Attwood says. This year the academy is launching three fan- tastic new courses. The Academy's Salon Assistant certificate offers you an NCEA level 2 qualification. During the 22-45 weeks of the course, you will learn everything from how to wash and style hair through to massaging, facials and the key to outstanding customer service. If that doesn't appeal how does a certificate in Fashion and Retail sound? Learn the basics from designing window displays to clothing manufacture, then gain some exciting work experience right in the heart of the industry. Then again you might aspire to be the next Nigella or Gordon Ram- say. The academy's won- derful hospitality tutor Tracey will take you right back to where the experts began, teaching you all the basics you will need to excel in the cafe or kitchen. If all of that sounds a bit girlie then hang out in the academy's Sports class, but be warned this is not for the weak or unfocused. So, what's the catch . . .allofthisandits free? There is no catch. At the end of last year the government decided too many young people are tied down with huge, unnecessary student loans and therefore created the fully funded Youth Guarantee pro- gramme which will pay for your training. But you will have to be quick as spaces are fill- ing fast. To find out more call the team at Academy New Zealand on 0800 4 academy or visit www.academy.ac.nz.
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