The future of the engineering – Wednesday 20 February.
Engineers are highly valued as innovators and problem solvers as they create the technologies that will take us into the future. In today’s fast-paced environment their role is continuously changing. In this debate we will hear some of our regional leaders discuss what they think this will mean for tomorrow’s engineers.
This would appeal to Year 11 and upwards. If you have any questions please contact our Canterbury Branch Chair, Steve Healey, at Canterbury.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find out more and register on the link below.
Engineering New Zealand
Te Ao Rangahau
P :: 04 495 1640
PO Box 12 241, Wellington 6144
Want to find out about working with recruitment agencies to get the jobs you want? Ryan Recruitment will be coming to talk to any senior students who are considering part-time/full-time/casual work. If you are looking for work over the Summer or leaving school and looking for ongoing work then come and find out more about these jobs and register your interest.
When: Wednesday 24th October, 9.00am
Potential students, family and friends are invited to attend the Southern Institute of Technology’s open evening.
Tuesday 25th September , 5:00 om- 7:00pm
This is a chance to meet the teaching staff and see the range of training opportunities available at SIT. Take a look around the campus and explore the possibilities for 2019 and beyond.
SIT offers courses relating to: Automotive, Electrotechnology, Construction, Beauty Therapy, Hairdressing, Social Services and mental health, Project management, Sport, Exercise and Recreation
Summer Camp USA Information Session
Come along to our Info Evening and learn more about the exciting computing and information technology roles, and the many career opportunities available in the NZ Defence Force. Everyone has a passion in life, see where your passion fits into an amazing career with us.
Force Info Flyers CHCH
If you want to know more about Your Education’s overseas High School Exchanges for these summer holidays or planning ahead for next year, come along to the Information Meeting on Wednesday, 22ndAugust 2018, Upper Riccarton Library, 6.30pm – 7.30pm. All interested parents and students Y9 – Y13 welcome. For more information and to RSVP www.youreducation.co.nz
Interested in the Trades? Come along and enjoy a free breakfast while listening to:
‘Tradies on Tour’ Presentation – Wednesday 15th August, 8.30am-9.30am, The Big Room
All Senior Students are invited to an information talk by Logan Dodds and Jesse James who are young NZ tradesmen who are very enthusiastic about their trade. They are currently doing a nationwide tour of schools sharing their passion and the benefits of working with their hands, workplace camaraderie, flexibility and earning a solid wage. Logan and Jesse both live for adventure and fun. They’ve spent the past few years juggling work and play, and they state that their careers have helped them get the most out of life.
For breakfast catering purposes please RSVP to Mrs Eustace in the Careers Office: email@example.com