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

By

Claire Hodson

on

May 13, 2018

New Zealand Apprenticeships provide a premier vocational pathway and quality support for all apprentices.

The detailed criteria for New Zealand Apprenticeships are as follows:

  • an apprentice must be employed in the occupation for which they are training
  • throughout the apprenticeship, an apprentice must be supported by a training plan agreed by themselves, their employer, and the ITO arranging the training
  • New Zealand Apprenticeships will result in a level 4 New Zealand qualification, comprising a minimum of 120 credits (ensuring a strong theoretical component).

It is expected on completing New Zealand Apprenticeships, apprentices will be ‘work competent’ for the occupation in which they have been training, and their industries will determine the standard of competency to be met.

For a directory of ITO's please click on link below.

http://www.tec.govt.nz/teo/working-with-teos/itos/directory/

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