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Client feedback for Regent Training Centre

At Regent Training Centre we like to receive your feedback.  What follows below is a letter from one of Training for Work clients, who because of his effort and Regent Training Centre is now in full time employment.  The letter is written to Maureen who is one of our fantastic Training for Work co-ordinators in New Lynn:

Hi Maureen

I would just like to take this time to tell you how much I appreciate your assistance in getting full time employment

To any future candidates you have I would like to impress on them that your course is the best thing that happened for me and hopefully for them, your attention to detail when assisting with CV construction, confidence building and presentation was outstanding. The daily activities helped all your students get involved and relate in a positive way and as the course unfolded we developed respect for each other and ourselves and can pass this on in our daily lives and our employment environment.

Once again thanks you for your time and patience all I can pass on is that all future candidates really get involved with all activities listen to the vast experiences and professionalism Maureen has to offer and learn from the whole group process.

Regards and Respect,

Anthony

Thank you Anthony for taking the time to give us your feedback, we really appreciate it!  If you are long term unemployed and want to become work ready, talk to your local WINZ Case Manager about becoming part of Regent Training Centre’s FREE Training for Work programme.  If you live in certain parts of Northland or Auckland we may be able to help!  Call us today free on (0800) REGENT 734 368 or contact us.

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