Secondary Tertiary Pathway Courses: 12/13 Stp
Shirley Boys' High School are offering Trade and Business type courses as part of the Government Secondary Tertiary Pathway Programme.These programmes are delivered by a variety of providers and generally they occur on Thursday and Friday or both days each week. All courses are at Level 2 or above and credits range from 20 to 65.
Options available at the time of printing are:
At the National Trade Academy - 1 or 2 days per week
Agriculture - NZ certificate Level 2 or 3
Horticulture - NZ Certificate Level 2 or 3
Animal Care - NZ Certificate Level 3
At Ara Institute of Technology - Courses are 1 or 2 days per week
Business or Retail NZ Certificate Level 3 - Prepare for entry level sales and retail opportunities at Level 2 or supervisory level work at Level 3 by developing communication, admin, and product knowledge
Business or Retail Foundation Level 2
Automotive and Engineering trades Level 2 - Start-up a career in the Automotive industry or general engineering.
Building and Carpentry Level 3 - This course is for students who will leave school for the building industry at the end of 2019. You will assist the building of real homes.
Business and Management Level 2 and 3
Chef Training Level 2 or NZ Certificate Level 3 - learn from chefs how to work in a commercial kitchen
Hospitality Level 2 and Level 3 courses - For those seeking a career in Hospitality with a passion for food and beverage service.
Construction and Allied Trades Level 2 - Carpentry, plastering, Painting and Joinery using power and hand tools on building projects.
Digital Technology Level 2 or 3 - Develop industry focussed computing skills and work on industry based projects
Engineering Design Level 2 or 3 - using Maths and Physics skills to create and design ideas
Electrical Engineering Level 2 - Take the first steps towards a career in the electrical industries
At Avon City Ford
Automotive Engineering - Dual Pathway programme - At the end of the six month course students will move into the Automotive industry to begin work and apprenticeship training.
Contact Person: Mr Stocks