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A North Tec TACKERAU WANANGA KAITAIA KERIKERI KAIKOHE WHANGAREI Supportingou learners DARGAVILLE AUCKLAND "I've wanted do NorthTec puts learner wellbeing to Student hairdressing since I was a teenager but took a full time Support job when I left school and Career advice and ended up being there for six and health at the cultural mentors to help you get to where you want to be. years. At 23, I decided it was time to pursue the career i want. I looked around for an apprenticeship in a salon but realized they preferred school leavers, so my The Te Whare best friend took me down to NorthTec to apply to study top of the list. Their Student Support Services and Student Voice teams worktogether to provide support for äkonga in each step of their learning journey. Our teams offer Academic support, helping leamers plan hairdressing." Hauora The tutors were amazing and I loved that we trained in an environment that felt like a salon. Our class became A wide range of really close, studying together for two years and helping cach other out. It was my first ever study experience because I was home-schooled, plus I have dyslexia and dyspraxia, and the tutors were right there supporting my their studies, seek extensions or extra attention from tutors, and navigate their options with their professional and confidential health Kaiako. They also offer financial support, by giving advice where needed and connecting students to and wellbeing services. Library Our team can assist in study to enable me to pass the exams." "I got a position working late nights and weekends in a salon over the first summer break, then got offered an funds such as; the Hardship Fund for Learners (HAFL), which supplies funds for necessities loaning books, DVDS, apprenticeship at the same salon when I finished my certificate. I found the training I received at NorthTec journals and laptops. has given me the confidence to thrive in my work, and like housing, food, clothing, and more, and the Technology Access Fund for Learners (TAFL) which enables NorthTec to loan out Chromebooks we aiso offer study space, computer I love being able to work and interact with people. I'm to students in need of technology for their study. The teams work around the clock to email, call, text, and zoom åkonga to touch base, offer help, setup supportand funding, and otherwise support our learners every step of the way. Pastoral care is also a priority, our Health Care Centre offers suites and printing services. now focussing on building my clientele as an emerging stylist so that I can get the experience necessary to complete my apprenticeship." "Ilove all of the styling work, however my favourite thing is doing hair-ups for weddings and other celebrations. The biggest challenge for me is the long hours, especially after our late nights, but that's the nature of hairdressing" "I plan to continue doing hairdressing and in the longer term I hope to teach my craft to other people. We've had some Gateway girls from schools come in here to work and I have discovered I greatly enjoy passing my knowledge on." medical advice and aid, as well as being able to connect akonga with external councillors, working with learners for the best options for them. A Karakia group is available for all åkonga every morning at 8:30am, currently through 2oom, offering whanaungatanga. Abby Venables - Certificate in Hairdressing (Emerging Stylst) 10800 162 100 O study@northtec.ac.nz O northtec.ac.nz VA North Tec TAI TOKERAU WANANGA A North Tec TACKERAU WANANGA KAITAIA KERIKERI KAIKOHE WHANGAREI Supportingou learners DARGAVILLE AUCKLAND "I've wanted do NorthTec puts learner wellbeing to Student hairdressing since I was a teenager but took a full time Support job when I left school and Career advice and ended up being there for six and health at the cultural mentors to help you get to where you want to be. years. At 23, I decided it was time to pursue the career i want. I looked around for an apprenticeship in a salon but realized they preferred school leavers, so my The Te Whare best friend took me down to NorthTec to apply to study top of the list. Their Student Support Services and Student Voice teams worktogether to provide support for äkonga in each step of their learning journey. Our teams offer Academic support, helping leamers plan hairdressing." Hauora The tutors were amazing and I loved that we trained in an environment that felt like a salon. Our class became A wide range of really close, studying together for two years and helping cach other out. It was my first ever study experience because I was home-schooled, plus I have dyslexia and dyspraxia, and the tutors were right there supporting my their studies, seek extensions or extra attention from tutors, and navigate their options with their professional and confidential health Kaiako. They also offer financial support, by giving advice where needed and connecting students to and wellbeing services. Library Our team can assist in study to enable me to pass the exams." "I got a position working late nights and weekends in a salon over the first summer break, then got offered an funds such as; the Hardship Fund for Learners (HAFL), which supplies funds for necessities loaning books, DVDS, apprenticeship at the same salon when I finished my certificate. I found the training I received at NorthTec journals and laptops. has given me the confidence to thrive in my work, and like housing, food, clothing, and more, and the Technology Access Fund for Learners (TAFL) which enables NorthTec to loan out Chromebooks we aiso offer study space, computer I love being able to work and interact with people. I'm to students in need of technology for their study. The teams work around the clock to email, call, text, and zoom åkonga to touch base, offer help, setup supportand funding, and otherwise support our learners every step of the way. Pastoral care is also a priority, our Health Care Centre offers suites and printing services. now focussing on building my clientele as an emerging stylist so that I can get the experience necessary to complete my apprenticeship." "Ilove all of the styling work, however my favourite thing is doing hair-ups for weddings and other celebrations. The biggest challenge for me is the long hours, especially after our late nights, but that's the nature of hairdressing" "I plan to continue doing hairdressing and in the longer term I hope to teach my craft to other people. We've had some Gateway girls from schools come in here to work and I have discovered I greatly enjoy passing my knowledge on." medical advice and aid, as well as being able to connect akonga with external councillors, working with learners for the best options for them. A Karakia group is available for all åkonga every morning at 8:30am, currently through 2oom, offering whanaungatanga. Abby Venables - Certificate in Hairdressing (Emerging Stylst) 10800 162 100 O study@northtec.ac.nz O northtec.ac.nz VA North Tec TAI TOKERAU WANANGA