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NZMA opens East Auckland Campus

The New Zealand Management Academies (NZMA) will open its new campus in East Auckland near Sylvia Park on February 17.

The purpose-built campus located at 56 Carbine Road, is the third under the NZMA banner, and follows the increasing demand for its courses and programmes offered at other two well-established campuses in the South Auckland suburb of Otahuhu (12 Gordon Road) and Hamilton (Tower Building Centre Place, off Ward Street).

Chairman & Joint Chief Executive Tim Cullinane said that the purpose-built campus at Sylvia Park offers hospitality and cookery programmes with state-of-the-art facilities.

“These include two training kitchens, a commercial kitchen, a training café seating 100 people, a restaurant, bar and barista station. NZMA Sylvia Park is a substantial investment in a growing and well-connected part of Auckland, near to the businesses and industries,” he said.

Specialist knowledge

Mr Cullinane claimed that the specialist campus offers the necessary resources for those seeking successful careers as chefs and hospitality professionals.

“Students will graduate with a wealth of knowledge and significant work experience. The student-run café is open daily, and will be available to the public later this year. The Campus can also be opened into a large catering venue, which will host regular NZMA events and functions for local businesses,” he said.

High ranking

The New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) has awarded NZMA with the highest possible rating across all categories, following the External Evaluation and Review late last year.

NZMA Joint Chief Executive Rosanne Graham said the ‘Highly Confident’ ranking was recognition of the educational processes and systems of the tertiary institution.

“Founded in 1985, NZMA is regarded as one of the country’s leading training providers. Specialising in hospitality, cookery, business, contact centre, retail and construction training, it is home to over 2500 students each year,” she said.

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