Rebuilding a Skyline drift car through to the test drive, and turning an A4 Audi into a ute are just a couple of the projects that Regent Training Centre Automotive students have worked upon as part of their courses during 2014.
Gaining practical knowledge and skills whilst applying them to gain National Certificates is the key to this programme’s success. Students who struggled at school find that learning comes quite naturally in the workshop. Under the guidance of experienced and encouraging Tutors, Regent Training Students go onto to rewarding careers (or higher education) in the Motor Industry.
National Certificate in Motor Industry (Entry Skills) (Level 2)
National Certificate in Motor Industry (Foundation Skills) (Level 1)
National Certificate in Education Achievement (NCEA) (Level 2)
National Certificate in Education Achievement (NCEA) (Level 1)
Vocational Pathway Award in Manufacturing and Technology
1 year, full-time
New Lynn, Kerikeri (Whangarei and Onehunga have basic Automotive programmes with a Panel and Paint emphasis)
Any Monday throughout the year
16 to 19 Years old or 15 years old with a Ministry of Education early leaving exemption, NZ citizen or Permanent Resident currently living in New Zealand. All students will be interviewed prior to enrollment. Must not hold NCEA level 2 already*.