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Make a successful transition from school into work, training, or study. This website provides governmental agency help, advice, and services - designed to assist young people get into jobs, study, and training when they leave school. It includes information for career and job seekers, school leavers, skill seekers, study seekers, and related resources.
Career Services provides information on career services, advice, jobs, industries, work trends, courses and training, online tools, publications, and products available in New Zealand. Enquiries can be made regarding details on occupations, job descriptions, course information, training options and the labour market.
The Learning Shop
This website provides free information, advice and support on education and training opportunities in New Zealand. It is part of the Tertiary Education Strategy and has links to Gateway and Youth Transition Services.
The Modern Apprenticeships programme enables young New Zealanders to gain nationally recognised industry qualifications while they work, and makes it easy for employers to up-skill their workforce. This website provides information for young people wanting to earn while they learn and employers wanting to employ a young apprentice.
Youth Transition Services – Work and Income
This area of the Work and Income website provides information to assist young people as they transition from school to further education, training, work or other activities that contribute to their long term independence and wellbeing. Includes contact details for services across New Zealand and links to related sites.
Techlink: Involve – Evolve – People in Technology
This collection of technology career profiles covers all technological areas, providing students with an insight into the range of career paths to which technology education can lead, and specific knowledge of the skills required in each featured career.