WORLD CLASS SKILLS FOR HAWKE'S BAY INDUSTRY

Do you want to start your career in a trade and build your pathway to a successful future?
Do you want to employ the best talent the region has to offer? See here for your first steps to finding out how.

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Current Students

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Employers

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About MPTT Scholarships

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"It's a pleasure to be able to help Māori and Pasifika students achieve their dreams. When they graduate, the look on their faces and the pride shown by their whānau is rewarding for us all".

Lee Kershaw - Te Ara o Tākitimu Co-ordinator

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Meet the staff that will support you in your study journey

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What's happening?

Semester One Intake 2019 - Feb

8:00am

Welcome

10:00am

Morning Tea

12:00pm

Pōhiri

2:30pm

Kua mutu

Semester Two Intake 2019 - July

8:00am

Welcome

8:30am

Debrief

Student Success Stories

Learn about some of the great career success happpening with TAoT graduates

Pohutukawa Hooper

Plumbing, gas fitting & drain laying

Name, Welding workshop

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Name, Electrical workshop

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Te Tauawhi Fund

By

Henare Cherrington

on

March 27, 2019

Learners who are granted a Te Ara o Tākitimu Scholarship are able to access Te Tauawhi Fund which supports learners through unanticipated financial circumstances. For an application please go see Te Ara o Tākitimu Coordinator -Lee Kershaw, Trades Block, EIT. If you are a student at G&H please make contact with Christopher Treacher.

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Paulo follows in his grandad's footsteps.

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on

April 30, 2019

We have great business out there in our beautiful Hawke's Bay region, and what those business are looking for are well-equipped and knowledgable employees. This is where Te Ara o Tākitimu comes in. We are here to provide you and your business with an avenue which you may engage with our students. With the support of our work brokers you will be able to communicate and build relationships with our students, potentially your future employees.

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Today’s Apprenticeship Structure | Te whakaraupapatanga o te apataki o mohoa nei

By

Claire Hodson

on

May 13, 2018

Today’s Apprenticeship Structure is not what you may think.

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