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We are NZQA Category One

Posted by Community Colleges NZ on 10 June 2016 | 0 Comments

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We are NZQA Category One

Category One is the highest rank achievable in NZQA's External Evaluation and Review (EER) process, and is acknowledgement from NZQA of the excellent standards at ComCol, and places us amongst the best education providers in New Zealand.

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ITENZ Award for Sally Anderson

Posted by Community Colleges NZ on 3 September 2015 | 0 Comments

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ITENZ award for Sally Anderson

At this evenings 2015 ITENZ Awards Sally Anderson, Recruitment Adivsor and Student Support at Community College New Zealand was awarded the 2015 Support Person of the Year.

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New research will provide evidence of pathways taken

Posted by Community Colleges NZ on 31 August 2015 | 0 Comments

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New research will provide evidence of pathways taken

New research being conducted by the Collaborative for Research and Training in Youth Health and Development and supported by Community Colleges New Zealand, Unitec, the YMCA, and Ako Aotearoa will provide evidence of the longer-term pathways for young people who have been students on the Government’s fees-free Youth Guarantee programme.

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