TE ARAWA! $1000 GRANTS AVAILABLE IN 2013 FOR TRAINING TO WORK IN THE SEAFOOD INDUSTRY

 

Roimata Forde - 2012 Grant Recipient



Interested in becoming a deckhand, seafood processor, marine tourism operator or fisheries officer?

Enrol in either Semester 1 or Semester 2 of the 26 week Bay of Plenty Polytechnic course to obtain a Certificate in Maritime and Fishing Technology Level 3 from February - September 2013 and we will contribute $1,000 towards your costs!

Learn seamanship, sea survival, deck safety, personal health and safety, watch keeping, navigation, seafood processing, fire fighting and first aid.

Applications open for a limited time.


Background

As part of its strategy to see our Te Arawa people assisted into skilled employment, Te Kotahitanga o Te Arawa Waka Fisheries Trust Board has developed the Te Arawa Fisheries Seafood Training Programme.

The Te Arawa Fisheries Seafood Training Programme will be focused on the seafood industry only with assistance provided to all eligible applicants subject to the completion of training regardless of academic qualification or employment experience.

The aim is for Te Arawa Fisheries to support Te Arawa people to undertake seafood training to gain a qualification in order to assist them into skilled employment in the seafood industry.

Programme Information

Qualification Certificate in Maritime and Fishing Technology (Level 3)

Training Bay of Plenty Polytechnic, Full-time, 26-week course,one course per semester at Windermere Campus

Grant per Participant $1,000.

Te Arawa Fisheries
Lakesyde Business Centre – Level 1
1204 Whakaue St.
Rotorua
3040
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+64 7 349 3227
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