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Kickstart your career with Aspire2 Trades.

Get ready to work! Summer School available now. NZQA approved courses. Student loans available. Enrol now!

Forklift Training

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Painting and Decorating

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NZ Welding School

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Come and train with us! Get your trade career on track.

The opportunities for an exciting, well-paid career in trades have never been better than now.  There are employee and skills shortages in just about every trade. That’s where we come in.

Aspire2 Trades offers a growing number and variety of trades training programmes.

Our vision is to be the leading trades training provider in New Zealand – not because we are the biggest, but because we are the best at what we do.

Call us now on 0800 236 765 or contact us here.

Aspire2 Trades incorporates our successful NZ Welding School and Cornerstone Education programmes.

Brand New Location!

Study at our brand new campus in Manukau.

Easy access to public transport!

Your Aspire2 Trades campus is purpose-built for your training.

Come Visit Us

Come talk to our team about having a look around Campus

You'll find us at...

30B Ash Road, Wiri

After you Graduate ...

Aspire2 Work can help give you the best chance at landing a job

Don't stress about the job hunting

Get an NZQA qualification and we’ll assist you with finding a job.

CONTACT US TODAY!

Kickstart your trade career today!

Aspire2 Trades Recent News

Meet Aspire2 Trades Forklift Tutor, Robbie Tito

Robbie your career has spanned more than three decades. Any special highlights? Like a lot of kids, I left school at an early age, without any qualifications. Back then I wanted to be a forklift

Dawn of a New Day for Aspire2

New Zealand’s newest trades campus was officially blessed by the Kaumatua of Manawhenua last Thursday, during a special dawn ceremony. Around 35 people attended the blessing, including several Kaumatua, local community members, and senior management