The Star: June 22, 2017


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Readers’ photos

If you want to win a double

movie pass – get clicking. Each

week The Star will give away a

double movie pass to the best

photo sent in by a reader. Send

your photos to Put

‘photo competition’ in the subject line and include

your name, address and phone number

FROSTY: Pat Tetlow, Waimairi Beach.

GONDOLA LOOKOUT: Wayne Lacey, Cashmere.

WINNER: Niamh Neve Thomas, Rolleston.

DANCER: Tracy Walsh, St Albans.

CUP: Zoey Downes, Heathcote



Academic or practical? We have a course for you!

Southern Institute of Technology (SIT)

offers programmes from Certificate to Masters

level, with course intakes throughout the year.

The Christchurch campus has programmes

covered by the Zero Fees Scheme, which

means you are not charged tuition fees, only

paying for any direct material costs involved.

The New Zealand Certificate in Project

Management is open for enrolments and

students can begin studying at the end of June

or in the September intake. Teaching the core

skills and techniques of project management,

this course will allow you to contribute to the

management of various projects and work

SUNSET: Cristian Feher, St Albans.

with others in a project team. Offered via

blended delivery, you get the best of both

worlds, with fortnightly workshops and

online study combining to create a flexible

and comprehensive programme.

If you’re looking to get a trade under your

belt, the Certificate in Construction is a great

option as the building industry is in need

of those with construction qualifications.

Beginning in August, this course can allow

you to fast track your way through an

apprenticeship. Covering carpentry theory,

elementary construction skills, health and

safety, drawing and practical construction,

you will attend classes three days per

week, with the other two days occupied by

practical work experience. Students have

the opportunity to participate in house

building coupled with the completion of

theory units, which will ideally then lead

into an apprenticeship.

Come and enrol to study at SIT’s

Christchurch campus and kick

start your career today!

ASHLEY: Tania Miller, Woolston.





ª Certificate in Construction (Level 3)

-Course starts 21 August

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