Upskilling with NMIT: Team training from the ground up

Upskilling with NMIT: Team training from the ground up

You need skilled staff, but first, they need the training. 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. Staff shortages go beyond a lack of applications. It’s a lack of skill. NMIT offers partnerships with employers to help staff develop critical skills on-site. 

From basic primary industry skills to business management, NMIT has the answer. 

Management can find it challenging to understand the best approach to training staff. Limited resources in the workplace may be available to support effective learning, and accommodating unique learning styles may also be difficult to achieve. 

NMIT’s primary industry managers and team leaders are also supported with programmes designed to build their business and management skills so our regional workforce thrives.  

New programmes available to start now 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.

Study no longer needs to be daunting as learners don’t have to go through it alone. 

Learner confidence is boosted as employers are involved with their training at NMIT. Business owners and managers can focus on their productivity goals, relieving themselves of the stress and confusion that training staff requires.  

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

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

Upcoming programmes

Diploma in Nautical Science 25 July 2024
New Zealand Certificate in Domestic Maritime Operations (Restricted Limits) (Level 4) 01 August 2024
Diploma in Marine Engineering Class 3 and Class 4 05 August 2024
New Zealand Certificate in Apiculture (Level 3) 31 August 2024
New Zealand Certificate in Maritime (Crewing) (Level 3) (Superyacht Crewing) 02 September 2024
New Zealand Certificate in Primary Industry Skills (Level 2) - Apiculture 21 September 2024
Maritime Operations - Skipper Fishing Vessel Unlimited 23 September 2024
New Zealand Certificate in Marine Engineering Class 5 (Level 5) 30 September 2024
New Zealand Certificate in Carpentry (Level 4) 01 October 2024
New Zealand Certificate in Heavy Automotive Engineering (Level 4) (Road Transport), (Plant and Equipment) 01 October 2024
New Zealand Certificate in Light Automotive Engineering (Level 4) 01 October 2024
New Zealand Certificate in Engineering Fabrication (Trade) with strands in Heavy Fabrication and Light Fabrication 01 October 2024
New Zealand Certificate in Mechanical Engineering (Trade) with strands in Fitting and Machining and General Engineering 01 October 2024
New Zealand Certificate in Automotive Electrical Engineering (Level 4) 01 October 2024
Maritime Operations - Skipper Fishing Vessel Limited 07 October 2024
Aeroplanes 1 Training Scheme 07 October 2024
Turbine Engines Training Scheme 07 October 2024
Avionics 1 Training Scheme 07 October 2024
Human Factors Training Scheme 07 October 2024
Air Law Training Scheme 07 October 2024
Aircraft Materials Training Scheme 07 October 2024
Aircraft Engineering Knowledge Training Scheme 07 October 2024
Electrical Fundamentals Training Scheme 07 October 2024
Mathematics and Physics Training Scheme 07 October 2024
Rotorcraft Training Scheme 07 October 2024
Compass Compensation Training Scheme 07 October 2024
Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Management 14 October 2024
Master of Applied Management 14 October 2024
New Zealand Certificate in Cellar Operations (Level 3) 20 January 2025
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