Posted By

Tags

Quality stands out in noisy market

How does a potential student wade through a plethora of Private Training Institutes (PTEs) to select one that not only meets his or her academic requirements but also supports him or her on the journey to settle in the workforce?

This is not an easy question to answer in such a noisy marketplace.

The good news is that there are ways of cutting through the complex clutter and making a responsible decision in identifying one that caters to one’s specific needs.

One of the best ways to investigate this is to get direct feedback from students who have been there, done that. A recent study by a reputed marketing association found that 78% of people will act on a referral or recommendation of someone they know, like and trust.

Here are a few:

The staff at the New Zealand School of Education (NZSE) Limited took time even after I completed my course to guide me on how to apply for different jobs. They made me think outside of the box, how to be wise and sharp. It is because of this guidance that I have got my full time job today-Sandeep Sekhon

Some of the key decision-making factors are credibility of the institute, quality of the academic programme, the staff and employment support offered to students. The most compelling verdict on all these aspects comes from the students themselves. The NZSE staff were excellent in all aspects of what you would expect from a learning institution- learned, empathetic, respectful, supportive and more.

Alexander Matapo.

I came to New Zealand with the dream of specialising in the field of Information Technology, which I fulfilled by studying the Diploma in Computing Level 7 at NZSE. I also gained an International Certification during my course- Mehul Patel.

A Hearty Institute

Established since 2003 in the commercial centre of New Lynn (West Auckland), NZSE has been serving the Waitakere Community, offering a range of vocational certifications and diplomas as well as academic pathways leading to higher studies.

As one of the largest and most esteemed providers of IT education in New Zealand, our courses are designed for individuals seeking industry-relevant and leading edge skills that can fast track their entry into the workforce.

They can also progress on an academic pathway leading to a bachelor degree.

We are proud of our two major achievements this year. We launched our ‘Pathway Program’ leading to a Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences (BCIS) degree at AUT University and Bachelor Degree of Computing Systems (BCS) at Unitec.

Complementing our current vocational programmes, this academic pathway creates a unique opportunity for scholastic pursuits in a caring, personalised and supportive learning environment.

International students from India, China, Korea, Fiji, Philippines and other countries have the opportunity to earn their Diploma at NZSE, even as they build their international resume with internship opportunities and integrate into New Zealand life in the company of Kiwi students.

Growth prospects

Our focus on establishing strategic Industry Partnerships to create growth opportunities for our students for internships, part time placements, and potential full time job opportunities has been rewarding.

Our graduates are well received in the ICT sector and find placements with established companies like Cybercom, Datacom, Gen-I, iinet, Orcon, Slingshot, Telecom, Vodafone and Woosh, to name a few.

Remarking on the competency of NZSE graduate students, iinet said, “They are exceptionally technically competent with the ability to learn new technical skills and techniques easily.”

“Try hard and you will get it. That’s what I learned at NZSE,” Jasbir Singh, who secured a position as Field Service Engineer with Desktop Services Technology Limited after completing his Diploma in Computing, said.

Apart from my Diploma in Advanced Computing Level 7, I also completed my Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) within the first six months and my written Cisco Certified Internet Expert (CCIE) in the next three months. Hard work has rewarded me with a job as a CISCO Instructor for an IT tertiary provider,” Rakesh Rathore said.

Responding to feedback from its representatives and the international student community, we launched our first Business Programme this year, designed to provide students from a wide range of academic backgrounds with fundamental business management skills. The course aims to provide a good balance of theory and practical skills enabling students to either pathway to advanced studies or equally to fit into the workforce upon completion of their diploma

An investment in education is an investment in the future, and at NZSE, we share the long-term vision and aspirations of our students.

“My time with NZSE is one that I will always cherish and remember with a smile,” Maria Macahilig said.

At NZSE, we feel privileged to be instrumental in creating success stories of our students.


Share this story

Related Stories

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Indian Newslink

Previous slide
Next slide

Advertisement

Previous slide
Next slide

Advertisement

Previous slide
Next slide

Advertisement

Previous slide
Next slide

Advertisement

Previous slide
Next slide

Advertisement

Previous slide
Next slide

Advertisement

Advertisement

Previous slide
Next slide

Advertisement

Previous slide
Next slide

Advertisement

Previous slide
Next slide

Advertisement