Suc­cess Story: Robert Nathan

Waikato News - - Education 2017 -

Level 1 and Level 2 as well as prac­ti­cal qual­i­fi­ca­tions, for ex­am­ple their New Zealand Driv­ers Li­cence. “Its about help­ing them build a foun­da­tion for higher learn­ing or suc­cess­ful em­ploy­ment and help­ing them be­come the best ver­sion of them­selves” Sports Tu­tor Rewi Clark says. Ed­u­ca­tion Ac­tion also of­fers a New Zealand Cer­tifi­cate in Re­tail for stu­dents above the age of 19 and who meet the en­try re­quire­ments. So what are you wait­ing for? Ed­u­ca­tion Ac­tion is cur­rently ac­cept­ing en­rol­ments and you can call 0800 ED Ac­tion – 0800 3322 8466 or visit www.ed­u­ca­tion­ac­ to find out more. Or you can stop in and see them in their BRAND new cam­pus lo­cated at 93 Colling­wood Street, Hamil­ton. The team in Hamil­ton look for to see­ing you and help­ing you get your ed­u­ca­tion back into ac­tion! I at­tended Fair­field Col­lege but I felt like school wasn’t for me so I left in 2013. I then worked for a while in con­struc­tion but thought that get­ting my NCEA Level 1 and 2 would help me get a bet­ter job. I heard from one of my friends about Ed­u­ca­tion Ac­tion and he sug­gested that we should go there to­gether, so I started! I chose to come be­cause I wanted to get the qual­i­fi­ca­tions I needed for fu­ture suc­cess! Since at­tend­ing Ed­u­ca­tion Ac­tion I have achieved my:

• Na­tional Cer­tifi­cate of Ed­u­ca­tional Achieve­ment Level 1

• Na­tional Cer­tifi­cate of Ed­u­ca­tional Achieve­ment Level 2

• Na­tional Cer­tifi­cate in Em­ploy­ment Skills Level 1

• First Aid Cer­tifi­cate I also found a lot of con­fi­dence within my­self when I started com­ing to Ed­u­ca­tion Ac­tion and I started to try new things along the way. Study­ing at Ed­u­ca­tion Ac­tion has been a great time for me. I have made many new friends and every­one here is awe­some in­clud­ing the staff. I rec­om­mend this place be­cause you will never go with­out the help you need, its fun pos­i­tive and an awe­some en­vi­ron­ment.

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