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Pre-Deployment Training

Level 3 - Youth Guarantee*

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Campus
Start date
Hamilton
20
July
2020
8:45am
Credits
60
Duration
17 weeks
Study option
Full time study only.
Fees
Free* for 16-19 year olds.
*Conditions apply. Youth Guarantee scheme applies. Only for NZ Citizens or PR holders.
← Previous programme: Vocational Pathways in Social and Community ServicesNext programme: NZ Certificate in Security (Foundation) →
This programme will present students with a project to plan for, manage and recover from a civil emergency such as an earthquake, fire, flood or similar. Students will assume the roles of Emergency Response Services and will work in teams to produce portfolios of work - including the creation of a website. In keeping with the physical and mental demands of the emergency services all students will also participate in daily physical training and exercises with a military flavour to work towards being fit for purpose and ready to respond.

What you can learn

Employment opportunities

Graduates of this qualification will have the skills and knowledge to work or gain employment in a wide range of roles across a variety of service sectors. These may include:

What people say about us

"I was a high school dropout when I came to ATC and it was just such a massive change. The whole atmosphere and support kept me going, kept me on track."

Vanessa Wainohu

Military and Vocational Prep Graduate