Trades For Schools
What Is Trades for Schools?
Trades for Schools are courses specially designed by G&H Training for secondary school students wanting to try studying at a tertiary level and for a trade.
They are best suited for STAR and/or Gateway students planning a trades career.
Please note: G&H Training’s short courses (Trades for Schools) are not NZQA registered programmes. However, all units do directly credit into industry qualifications.
How To Book:
- Schools make an enquiry on the courses we offer and information is supplied to the school by G&H Training
- G&H Training sends a MoU to the school to be signed. This clearly states what we are offering and what the school can expect from us (and vice versa)
- The schoold signs and returns the G&H Training MoU, confirming and booking arrangements
- G&H Training issues any resources to the school (if required) OR dates and course information is finalised
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4 Day Practical Course
Students attend a 4 day course at one of our G&H Training branches, where they gain unit standards and complete a practical project in our workshop.
Theory – School Based Course
Students are sent resources to study while at school, in school time and no physical contact with G&H Training is required. However, tutor support at your school for your students can be arranged at an additional cost.
Trade Introduction Course
A 2 day practical course held at one of our G&H Training branches exclusively for Year 10 students who are interested in signing up for STAR or Gateway in Year 11 and have an interest in the trades.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the start and and end times for practical courses?
Our 4 day practical courses start at 9am and end at 3.30pm each day. Alternative times can be arranged, but must be done so prior to the course.
How are the units for theory courses marked?
For our theory courses, the school sends the assessments to G&H Training, to be marked by our tutors. If re-sits are required, we send the assessments back to the school with instructions and so forth until the student has passed the unit.
Who reports the credits to NZQA?
The school is responsible for reporting all credits for all courses to NZQA using our provider code and is responsible for paying any costs involved with NZQA reporting and registering.