School Options

Supporting pathways

 
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Hands On

Learn with your hands as well as your head

 

Proudly in association with
our local schools

Committed to your future

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In response to the challenges that have been faced in 2020 for schools and young people Endeavour Technical Training has moved to support the community, schools and pathways for young people. In doing so Endeavour Technical Training has made Friday automotive training free of training charges for schools and youth services alike.

We thank all the schools and youth services that have worked in conjunction with Endeavour Technical Training to support students in their pathways to trade training. We welcome all youth providers to join us in our ongoing support to providing opportunities and pathways for young learners.

Our mission is to be a home for quality automotive skilled training, whereby developing students can have easy access to training they seek to do. 

 
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Options for Schools

Taster Days

Free sample taste

STAR Block Courses

Group block training

Friday Fundamentals

Train one day a week

Gateway Pathways

Work placement training

At Endeavour we understand one size doesn't fit all and pride ourselves on our flexibility to accommodate learning outcomes. 

If the above options to not fit then lets see what does.

 

What to know...

 

Taster Days

FAQ - Facts / Answers / Questions

 

Who is the course for?

Anyone interested in trying out automotive. If you have never considered it then it might be for you.

When can you start?

Any Friday of the training year for individuals or groups. Any day of the week for eight or more.

How long is the taster run for?

The taster day runs for one day (9am - 3pm) including a BBQ for groups. Learn how to service a vechile.

How much does it cost?

The taster days are free of charge courtesy of ETT to provide opportunities for those interested.

What will I gain?

A Unit Standard for service checks to an automotive vehicle which can be performed on your own car.

What does the programme offer me?

An insight into learning automotive and what it involves. Enrolment options are available to those after school.

Do you have more questions? Ask away...

Friday Fundamentals

FAQ - Facts / Answers / Questions

 

Who is the course for?

Anyone interested in trying automotive. If you want to learn automotive and get valuable skills under you belt.

When can you start?

Any Friday of the training year. Please contact Endeavour Technical Training to arrange joining Friday training.

How long is the course for?

The course runs for those at school. Enrolment options are available for those that have finished at school.

How much does it cost?

Free of charge training for schools. Unit Standards supplied (check MOU). Steel cap boots negotiable.

What will I gain?

Credits towards our NZ Certificate in Automotive Engineering Level 3 and industry experience in a workshop.

What does the programme offer me?

The latest pre trade training. Gain useful automotive practical & theory skills paired with health and safety.

Do you have more questions? Ask away...

STAR Block Course

FAQ - Facts / Answers / Questions

 

Who is the course for?

Anyone interested in automotive. Block courses are run with groups of 8 - 12. Smaller groups negotiable.

When can you start?

Any day of the week. Contact Endeavour Technical Training to book dates and training options.

How long is the course for?

The training is typically one full day (9am - 3pm) training dependent of two days across a flexible time frame.

How much does it cost?

Cost depends on group size and resources. Check MOU for most recent prices on the link at the top.

What will I gain?

Credits towards our NZ Certificate in Automotive Engineering Level 3 and real experience in a workshop.

What does the programme offer me?

The latest pre-trade training. Gain useful automotive practical & theory skills paired with health and safety.

Do you have more questions? Ask away...

Gateway Pathways

FAQ - Facts / Answers / Questions

 

Who is the course for?

Anyone interested in a career in the wider automotive industry and looking to get face to face work experience.

When can you start?

Any Friday of the training year places are available. Please contact Endeavour Technical Training to book a start date.

How long is the course for?

The course runs across two terms. Initial training will be provided at Endeavour Technical Training ready for work placement.

How much does it cost?

Check MOU at the link at the top for most up to date costs and information.

What will I gain?

20 Credits towards our NZ Certificate in Automotive Engineering Level 3 and industry experience in the workplace.

What does the programme offer me?

The latest pre-trade training. Gain useful practical & theory skills to gain employment. Work place learning.

Do you have more questions? Ask away...

Mechanic

Gateway Unit Standard Outline

20 Credits

 

Unit Standard
57

2 Credits

Provide customer service.

Unit Standard
924

1 Credit

Clean automotive components.

Unit Standard 21674

2 Credits

Demonstrate knowledge of terminology used in the motor industry.

Unit Standard 21859

2 Credits

Select and use hand tools and workshop equipment for an automotive application.

Unit Standard 29579

4 Credits

Demonstrate knowledge of good work habits and safe work practices in the automotive industry.

Unit Standard 29580

4 Credits

Demonstrate good work habits and safe work practices in the automotive industry.

Unit Standard 30434

3 Credits

Service a vehicle or machine.

Unit Standard 30437

2 Credits

Demonstrate knowledge of the operation of a diesel fuel system.

021 242 4002

10 Edgeware Road, Palmerston North 4410, New Zealand

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