Early December 2018, around 200 Aucklanders and their families got the best Christmas present ever – a stepping stone to a brighter future. The Solomon Group end of year graduation ceremony celebrated the milestones of numerous students who had worked
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Tamati what inspired you to become a painter? I left school at 16 and got a job in the meat works, but I got a few injuries. I was playing good rugby at the time, and couldn’t afford to let
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 driver or a mobile plant
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 from Cornerstone Education and the
We’re really excited to have our new campus in Wiri open. There’s a ton to see and do in the area - shops, parks, and tourist spots. Here are our picks, in no particular order. Visit the markets South Auckland
Tell us a bit about yourself, Umar. I was born and raised in Central Auckland. My father is Fijian/Indian from Fiji and my mother comes from Samoa. I’ve got a real passion for working with people and have spent my
So you’re thinking about getting into a trade and looking at all the information that’s out there. Here at Aspire2 Trades, you’re not just a student and we’re not just a trade school. We want to help you get the