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Semester 2 at Regent Training Centre starts Monday!

Semester 2 at Regent Training Centre starts Monday!

Monday the 20th of July is the start of semester 2 at Regent Training Centre, and it means that the academic year is already half over!  However, because Regent Training Centre offers any time start programmes, it means that you can still enrol and start on a qualification in 2015.  In some cases it means that you can even start, finish AND gain a qualification in 2015! 

And remember that Regent Training Centre is funded by the Government, so that means we can offer you these programmes / courses free of charge if you are aged 16 – 19 years old (or 15 with a school exemption, 20 if you start the course when you are 19).  If you are eligible then you can also receive a Government Student Allowance.  The Tutors are ex-industry professionals, who are here to support and guide your learning, helping you to gain much needed qualifications. 

There are still some places available on the following free courses: 

Building (Kerikeri / Whangarei / New Lynn) – the industry is crying out for new workers! 

Automotive (Kerikeri / Whangarei / New Lynn / Onehunga) – there is a nationwide shortage of skilled automotive people! 

Computing & Business Administration (Kerikeri / Whangarei) – the ICT industry is growing and growing! 

Hospitality (Whangarei / New Lynn) – one of the biggest global industry, a job that means you can work all over the world, if that is what you want to do! 

So, if school is not working out for you; or you are bored with life at the moment, call us at Regent Training Centre free on 0800 REGENT (0800 736 364) or make an online enquiry.  We are only too happy to help you choose the course that is right for you, and fits with your dreams and goals. 

Nau Mai!  Haere Mai!  

 #freecourses #freehospitalitycourse #freebuildingcourse #freeautocourse  #freecomputingcourse

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