“The tutors individually understand what you’d like to do and provide materials, suggestions and a path within the IT industry for you to go down.”
Meet Tatiane Rodrigues; business analyst, software developer and alumni of NZSE.
Tatiane came from a data analytics background, which she studied in Brazil. After working several years in the New Zealand market, she looked for a career change.
Tatiane Rodrigues took her first steps into software development through NZSE. She studied a Diploma in IT Software Development (Level 6) to develop her skills in programming.
Yet she didn’t learn just coding. She was impressed by the variety of content the programme had to offer, including things to improve upon her past work experience in finance. Tatiane learnt about the full process that goes into developing software, from management to deploying and collaboration.
While studying IT at NZSE, Tatiane was very connected to her tutors. Not only did they help in areas Tatiane was struggling in, but they easily identified her strengths in software development and pushed her further. “They could tell when I was powerful in a certain field, and they would send me jobs to apply for.”
Tatiane now utilizes her skills gained through NZSE as a consultant for small businesses, testing and developing softwares for the purpose of data analytics. She tests and creates software systems that assist with automation.
Every year, ATC holds an annual competition where all students from our three campuses: Manukau, Waikato, and Waitakere, come together to compete for the top honours within ATC.
The ATC Terminator Challenge is designed to be fun and exciting, whilst also testing the physical, mental, and strategic potential of our students to achieve success as a team. It has been two long years on hold, but the challenge makes its 2022 comeback with drill and circuit challenges, endurance sports, team work strategy, tug-of-war and so much more.
This year we will hold our ATC Terminator Event on Thursday 27th October 2022 at:
A terminator challenge is an event the whole family can enjoy.
Bring your whanau, tell your neighbour, iwi, communities. Share it on social media!
Support one another, celebrate victories, and connect with friends on this day of exciting challenges.