It’s that time of year again – the 2022 MITO Scholarship Programme is now open!If you are working in the automotive, extractives, gas, transport or logistics industries, a MITO scholarship is a great way to advance your career by completing a national qualification. With over 70 scholarships available across 12 categories totalling over $190,000, there are numerous opportunities available to take charge of your career! For more information and to apply, visit: mito.nz/scholarships.
We know that tools will be one of your students’ biggest costs if they’re starting an apprenticeship in the next few months. We’re here to help with that. By applying for a myBCITO Tools Grant they could get $1,000 to put towards tools. We’ve got 30 myBCITO Tools Grants available right now.Tell your students to get in quick, applications close 20 August. More information here:
HITO apprenticeships in
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TARGETED TRAINING AND APPRENTICESHIP FUND (TTAF)
Fee-free vocational education and training now available in the industries experiencing high-demand for workers, including all
apprenticeships. These are for qualifications at certificate and diploma level. Read more about it here:
New programmes have been added to the Targeted Training and Apprenticeships Fund (TTAF), a government fund that allows learners to undertake vocational education and training without fees. You could study or train for a qualification out of a range of different subject areas.
See the full list of programmes included in the new target areas, at TTAF list of qualifications and programmes page.
Maintenance Engineering Apprenticeship Vacancy:
https://www.etco.co.nz/apprenticeships – Apprentice Stories
Find out more about the Trades (resources, success stories, jobs and industries) https://www.gotatrade.co.nz/
Good at making things and solving problems? Employers seek these attributes
when they looking to hire an apprentice:
ITOs (Industry Training Organisations) can employ you directly and organise employer placements. Check out:
A list of further ITOs can be found here (please embed this link: