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NCEA results not what you hoped for? What now?

NCEA results not what you hoped for?  What now?
The National Educational Achievement Certificate (NCEA) results have now been made known across New Zealand.  For many the results are not as good as they would have hoped for, and they have not achieved a certificate.  This can be incredibly disappointing given that NCEA level 2 is now a requirement for most employment, and for gaining further qualifications.  However all is not lost.  At providers like Regent Training Centre, you can use the credits that you did achieve to put towards NCEA level 2 when you study one of their Youth Guarantee courses. The variety of courses that you can enrol upon at Regent Training Centre have a focus on practical learning and also giving you skills for life.  The fields of study are; Automotive, Building, Computing, Forestry, Hospitality and Panel Beating, all taught by supportive and encouraging Tutors who understand the need to make learning fun as well as productive!  Better still, these courses are FREE to those aged 16 to 19 (or 15 with a Ministry of Education early leaving exemption), meaning no student loan is required.  Better still, if you are eligible Student Allowances can be available and transport is either free or subsidised to our Northland bases campuses. The environment at Regent Training Centre is supportive, enthusiastic and quite unlike traditional school yards.  Says recent automotive graduate Hayden: “At Regent they don’t give up on you, they won’t judge you on your past so you will always get a shot…it is a safe, friendly environment”.  Many of Regent Training Centre’s past and current students that have previously struggled with learning and gaining qualifications, find that the individual and personal teaching style brings out the best in them, allowing them to achieve far more than they, or even their families thought possible. If you would like to discuss your future options, please just free call on 0800 REGENT (0800 734 368) or check out our courses page

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    The National Educational Achievement Certificate (NCEA) results have now been made known across New Zealand.  For many the results are not as good as they would have hoped for, and they have n...