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Year 9 Meet the Teacher Evening for
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Canoe Polo Art Deco Tournament

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Careers Evening

50,000 construction workers need by 2022!

The power of parents…..you matter; your knowledge, opinions and attitudes influence choices made by your sons and daughters.

Construction is one of the many trades that needs more young people!  Come along and hear directly from industry training organisations and employers about the benefits of on-the-job training, and the huge array of career pathways available in trades and services. This is a free event for you and your family.

Careers in trades and services cover a wide array of industries including primary industries such as agriculture, forestry, horticulture etc., social and community services, retail and service industries, construction and infrastructure, creative industries, and manufacturing and technology.

Industry training, which includes apprenticeships and trades training, offers opportunities to learn and earn on the job. It also enables students to get ahead in building professional relationships in the industry and gaining New Zealand qualifications. 

This initiative is co-hosted by the Ministry of Education and the Industry Training Foundation.

Around 59,000 New Zealand qualifications are gained each year through industry training - come along and find out how you can be a part of it.  For more information visit https://www.gotatrade.co.nz/events.

Make sure you know about Trades and Services and the career pathways offered.

Where:  Hastings Boys' High School
When:   Thursday 27th September
Time:     6:00 pm till 8:00 pm

Got a Trade, Got it Made Flyer