Upskilling with NMIT: Team training from the ground up

Upskilling with NMIT: Team training from the ground up

You need skilled staff right now, but first, they need the training to be a real asset. We see the problem, and we have a solution.
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From basic primary industry skills to business management, NMIT has the solution.

Aquaculture, horticulture and viticulture businesses in the primary industry sector are finding it tough with staff shortages that go beyond the inability to find skilled people to do the work.  

NMIT offers partnerships to help employees develop effective, critical skills on-site with their employers so our regional workforce thrives.  

Understanding the best approach for training staff and managers can be challenging.  

There may be limited resources available in the workplace to support effective learning, and accommodating a variety of unique learning styles may also be difficult to achieve. 

NMIT’s primary industry managers and team leaders are supported too with programmes designed to build their business and management skills.

New programmes include: 

NMIT Primary Industries Curriculum Manager Pam Wood says having national industry training partners onboard brings substantial student benefits. 

“When students are working, as well as studying online through NMIT, pastoral care is very important,” says Pam. “With our partners involved, there is someone there to walk the students through their study on-site, helping when needed, and ensuring they are successful.” 

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Pastoral care may include meeting with students on-site for 1:1 support or supporting study as a class.

This kind of pastoral support can remove the thought of study being daunting and ensure that learners don’t feel like they must go through it alone.  

The relationship between NMIT and employers also benefits students’ confidence as their employers are involved, and partner with their training. 

Relieving the pressure, confusion, and stress that training staff requires, allows business owners and managers to focus on their strategic and productivity goals.  

Education shouldn’t be boring and upskilling staff and management should be a positive experience. With NMIT, students can learn and work and will graduate confident in their abilities to make a difference for our region.  

See nmit.ac.nz/industry-hub(external link) for more information.   

Upcoming programmes

New Zealand Certificate in Cellar Operations (Level 3) 15 August 2022
New Zealand Certificate in Horticulture Production (Level 4) (Nursery Production) 15 August 2022
New Zealand Certificate in Cellar Operations (Level 4) 15 August 2022
New Zealand Diploma in Primary Industry Business Management (Level 5) 15 August 2022
New Zealand Certificate in Horticulture (General) (Level 3) 22 August 2022
New Zealand Certificate in Horticulture Production (Level 4) (Fruit Production) - Viticulture 22 August 2022
Certificate in Nursing (CAP) (Level 7) Training Scheme 22 August 2022
Certificate in Marine Engineering Class 6 22 August 2022
New Zealand Certificate in Apiculture (Level 3) 29 August 2022
New Zealand Certificate in Apiculture (Queen Bee Rearing) (Level 4) 29 August 2022
Maritime Operations - Skipper Restricted Limits 05 September 2022
Certificate in Marine Engineering Class 5 26 September 2022
New Zealand Certificate in Primary Industry Skills (Level 2) - Viticulture 26 September 2022
New Zealand Certificate in Carpentry (Level 4) 01 October 2022
New Zealand Certificate in Heavy Automotive Engineering (Level 4) (Road Transport), (Plant and Equipment) 01 October 2022
New Zealand Certificate in Light Automotive Engineering (Level 4) 01 October 2022
New Zealand Certificate in Engineering Fabrication (Trade) with strands in Heavy Fabrication and Light Fabrication 01 October 2022
New Zealand Certificate in Mechanical Engineering (Trade) with strands in Fitting and Machining and General Engineering 01 October 2022
New Zealand Certificate in Automotive Electrical Engineering (Level 4) 01 October 2022
New Zealand Certificate in Joinery (Level 4) with strands in Cabinetry, Timber Door and Window, Timber Stairs, and Laminate Fabrication 01 October 2022
Aeroplanes 1 Training Scheme 03 October 2022
Turbine Engines Training Scheme 03 October 2022
Avionics 1 Training Scheme 03 October 2022
Human Factors Training Scheme 03 October 2022
Air Law Training Scheme 03 October 2022
Aircraft Materials Training Scheme 03 October 2022
Aircraft Engineering Knowledge Training Scheme 03 October 2022
Electrical Fundamentals Training Scheme 03 October 2022
Mathematics and Physics Training Scheme 03 October 2022
Rotorcraft Training Scheme 03 October 2022
Compass Compensation Training Scheme 03 October 2022
Maritime Operations - Skipper Fishing Vessel Limited 10 October 2022
Postgraduate Certificate in Applied Management 10 October 2022
Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Management 10 October 2022
New Zealand Certificate in Hospitality (Level 2) 10 October 2022
Foundation Skills in Sport, Recreation and Coaching (Level 2) 10 October 2022
Foundation Skills (Level 2) - Introduction to Career Pathways 10 October 2022
Sustainable Aquaculture (Level 3) 10 October 2022
New Zealand Certificate in English Language (Academic) (Level 4) 10 October 2022
Sustainable Aquaculture (Level 4) 10 October 2022
New Zealand Certificate in English Language (Academic) (Level 5) 10 October 2022
Maritime Operations - Master <500GT Near Coastal 10 October 2022
Master of Applied Management 10 October 2022
Bachelor of Commerce 28 November 2022
Graduate Diploma in Marketing 28 November 2022
Graduate Diploma in Management 28 November 2022
Bachelor of Nursing 16 January 2023
Bachelor of Viticulture and Winemaking 23 January 2023
Fishing Vessel Crewing – Advanced Deckhand Fishing 07 February 2023
Certificate in Superyacht Crewing 07 February 2023
Maritime Crewing - STCW Able Seafarer Deck 07 February 2023
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