Service Industry. Hairdressing, Beauty Therapy, Massage, Hospitality and Tourism. create your world

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Service Industry

Hairdressing, Beauty Therapy, Massage,

Hospitality and Tourism

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THIS IS WHERE YOUR FUTURE STARTS

Wintec is one of New Zealand’s largest and most

respected institutes of technology.

Over 18,000 students

Over 400 industry experienced teaching staff

A leading training provider with programmes

and purpose-built facilities for beauty therapy,

hairdressing, hospitality, professional cookery,

tourism, outdoor adventure, fitness or massage.

Certificate, diploma, degree and

postgraduate and masters programmes.

Our study programmes are developed in close

consultation with employer partnership groups,

for inspirational learning that’s hands-on and

relevant to today’s changing workplace.

The people delivering your lectures and tutorials are

highly qualified, respected professionals in their field.

And as you’ll discover, this makes a real difference

when it comes to fast-tracking your career.

EXPLORE YOUR OPTIONS

There are many different levels, choices and career

paths in the worlds of beauty therapy, hairdressing,

hospitality, professional cookery, tourism or

massage. At Wintec, you’ll be able to tailor your

programme to meet your specific career objectives.

YOUR WORLD

THIS IS

You love using your talents to put a smile on someone’s

face. Making people happy is an art, and you have a real

flair for it. There’s a future for you in the world of hospitality,

hairdressing & beauty therapy, massage therapy or tourism.

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CONTENTS

The World of Beauty Therapy 4

- How to get there

- Diploma in Beauty, Body and Spa Therapies

The World of Hairdressing 8

- How to get there

- Certificate in Hairdressing (Level 3) - Certificate in Hairdressing (Level 4)

The World of Hospitality 14

- How to get there

- National Certificate in Hospitality (Food & Beverage Service) (Level 3) - National Certificate in Hospitality

(Specialist Food and Beverage Service) Advanced Wine Service Strand (Level 4) - License Controller Qualification Seminar

The World of Professional Cookery 18

- How to get there

- Certificate in Cookery (Level 3) - Certificate in Cookery (Level 4)

- License Controller Qualification Seminar

The World of Tourism 23

- How to get there

- Diploma in International Tourism

The World of Massage 26

- Certificate in Massage

Your World at Wintec 28

- Life on campus - Accommodation

- Learning assistance at Wintec - Your wellbeing at Wintec - Hamilton

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BEAUTY THERAPY

THE WORLD OF

“The practical training that Wintec provided set me up

to make a smooth transition from student to employee.

The client evenings that we held at Wintec’s Urban Spa

were most beneficial, preparing me for the work force

and giving insight to how a clinic is run. The atmosphere

provided by the Wintec tutors inspired and encouraged my

personal growth, building both confidence and skill.”

Samantha Harper

Registered Beauty Therapist

Top SOTHYS Therapist - Runner-up: 2012-2013

www.jolietherapy.co.nz

Study beauty therapy and get

practical training at Wintec’s

on-campus Urban Spa. Learn more:

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HOW TO GET THERE

IMPORTANT. Entry criteria on this diagram are summaries only. You must check the full entry criteria

online at www.wintec.ac.nz or call 0800 294 6832 for more details.

CAREER

Employment in the beauty and spa therapy industry in areas such as beauty clinics,

hair salons that have a beauty section, self-employment, cruise ships, pharmacies

or as a mortician, media makeup artist, nail technician, facialist or cosmetic

house representative.

48 credits at NCEA Level 2 in four subjects preferably including English and Science or a beauty-related certificate at Level 3 or 4.

Consider doing a 1 day

taster workshop!

See your careers advisor

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Diploma in Beauty,

Body and Spa Therapies

(Level 5)

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PROGRAMMES

DIPLOMA IN BEAUTY,

BODY AND SPA

THERAPIES (LEVEL 5)

RS0801

Incorporates the Certificate in Beauty Clinic Practices (Level 4). Also embedded within this programme are internationally recognised City & Guilds qualifications.

Duration: Starts February for two years Study: Full-time

Location: Hamilton City Campus

If you’d like to be at the leading edge of beauty, body and spa treatments, this programme is for you. You’ll learn skills that will take you all over the world and open up career opportunities from television and film, to international spa work, make-up and nail artistry. You’ll train in Wintec’s state-of-the-art training facility, Urban Spa, which includes a luxurious Vichy Spa unit. Gain practical skills and work with real clients during your training to become a qualified beauty therapist and/or nail technician.

WHAT YOU’LL STUDY: Year One Modules

• Professionalism for the Beauty, Body and Spa Industry - Learn about intrapersonal skills, appearance management, ethics and health and safety, as well as basic business skills like customer service, communication, retail and time and client management

• Facial Analysis and Treatment - Learn to analyse develop and implement a personalised facial skin care and treatment programme

• Essential Anatomy and Physiology for Beauty Therapy - Develop anatomy and physiology knowledge that can be applied to beauty therapy

• Advanced Facial and Tanning Techniques - Gain practical skills and knowledge to prepare for advanced facial treatment, as well as chemical and mechanical tanning treatments

• Practical Treatment for Hands and Feet - Develop practical knowledge and skills to apply professional beauty treatments to the hands and feet

• Professional Hair Removal Techniques - Learn how to perform a full waxing service and hair removal treatments

• Professional Eye Enhancement Treatments - Develop the skills and knowledge to perform different eye enhancement treatments and services

• Practical Face and Figure Analysis - Learn how to perform a figure analysis, determine correct body treatment and gain extensive knowledge on how to implement good nutrition

Successfully complete year one modules and you’ll be eligible to sit the City and Guilds International qualification in Beauty Therapy.

Year Two Modules

• Advanced Facial and Body Treatments - Gain the skills to perform a client consultation, figure analysis and facial analysis, as well as learning to perform body wraps, Vichy showers and body scrubs

• Body Massage Techniques - Develop the ability to practically perform a complete Swedish massage of the body, Indian head massage and hot stones massage

• Anatomy and Physiology for the Spa industries - Learn about human anatomy and physiology and its application in a spa environment

• Electrolysis and Electrical Treatments for the Spa Industry - Develop knowledge and skills in the comprehensive and practical application of electrolysis and electrical therapies for the spa industry

• Beauty, Body and Spa Industry Development - Gain the knowledge to develop a beauty therapy or spa business - managing staff in a small business, understanding clients and how stress and personal distress affects their health and wellness

• Special Techniques for Fashion Media - Develop and apply advanced techniques in fashion make up, nail art and eyelash enhancements

• Ma¯ori, Pasifika, and Asian Cultural Treatments - Learn about Ma¯ori, Pasifika and Asian cultural heritage, cultural treatments and ceremonial traditions associated with wellness and personal care and discover their value and application to the beauty and spa industry

• Professional Spa Practices - Develop practical capabilities as a practitioner within the beauty and spa industry of alternative methods of wellness and touch therapies

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PROGRAMMES

NO BETTER PLACE TO STUDY

Wintec tutors are highly trained and qualified in their specialist fields. Their ongoing training means they’re teaching you up-to-date industry trends and techniques. You’ll be studying and working with real clients in Wintec’s state-of-art, fully functioning beauty clinic, Urban Spa. Wintec’s awesome learning environment will keep you focused and motivated all the way to graduation day.

LEARNING BY DOING

During the course you’ll be given the chance for work experience with charities like Canteen and Hospice. You’ll work with Media Arts students on photo shoots and movie sets, and local spas and clinics will give you the chance to see their operations in real life.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

For entry into this programme you’ll need:

• 48 credits at NCEA Level 2 in four subjects preferably including English and Science; or

• The National Certificate in Cosmetology (Level 3); or

• Certificate in Beautician and Nail Technology (Level 4); or

• The National Certificate in Beauty Services (Beautician) (Level 4); or

• The National Certificate in Beauty Services (Nail Technology) (Level 4); or

• An equivalent qualification Check out www.wintec.ac.nz/beauty for full course entry and details.

HAVE A GO

If you’re still at secondary school and think the world of beauty therapy might be right for you, our free one-day taster programmes could help you decide. To find out about your options for experiencing beauty therapy first hand with our STAR programme, visit

www.wintec.ac.nz/star, or talk

to your careers advisor.

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HAIRDRESSING

THE WORLD OF

Study hairdressing and get practical

training at Wintec’s on-campus

Urban Hair Salon. Learn more:

www.wintec.ac.nz/urban

“I loved the course so much!

The salon (used for training)

was well-equipped with

everything we needed so it

made learning easy and the

tutors were amazing.”

Naomi Pitcher

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HOW TO GET THERE

IMPORTANT. Entry criteria on this diagram are summaries only. You must check the full entry criteria

online at www.wintec.ac.nz or call 0800 294 6832 for more details.

Certificate in Hairdressing

(Level 3)

Incorporating the

National Certificate in

Hairdressing (Salon Support)

(Level 3)

Equivalent qualification to Certificate in Hairdressing Level 3 (based on previous academic and other relevant experience).

16 credits at NCEA Level 1, 8 of which must be English and 8 Mathematics or equivalent or a qualification at Level 2 or higher in a related subject area.

Consider doing a 1 day

taster workshop!

See your careers advisor

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CAREER

Employment in the hairdressing industry, completion of hairdressing practice, hair products Sales Representative, Colourist,

Salon Owner and there are work-from home opportunities.

On the job training.

Certificate in Hairdressing

(Level 4)

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CERTIFICATE IN HAIRDRESSING

(LEVEL 3)

RS1013

PROGRAMMES

WHAT YOU’LL STUDY Modules:

• Provide Resuscitation - Learn how to provide resuscitation

• Shampoo Hair and Scalp - Develop knowledge of shampoo service and its effects on hair; prepare to shampoo hair; shampoo hair and scalp; and complete follow-up actions

• Apply Treatments to Hair and Scalp - Learn hair and scalp treatments, how to prepare clients and complete follow-up actions

• Provide Client Service and Care - Learn how to greet and farewell a client at a hairdressing salon and care for them during their treatments

• Fashion Trends in Hairdressing - Develop your visual and analytical hairstyling skills: Demonstrate knowledge of hairdressing fashion trends and their influences on services

• Mould and Scale Hair - Develop skills in hair moulding and manipulating hair using a variety of techniques

• Apply and Remove Oxidative Colouring Products - Prepare, then apply oxidative colouring product to hair. Prepare, then remove it from hair and scalp and complete follow-up actions

• Hairdressing Equipment and Hand-held Tools - Learn to select, maintain, and demonstrate safe handling of hairdressing equipment and hand-held tools

• The Neutralising Process - Students credited with this unit standard are able to demonstrate knowledge of the neutralising process and its effect on the hair shaft

• Safe and Professional Practice - Learn basic care and attention to the wellbeing of people within a salon environment. Develop knowledge of personal health and hygiene; personal care and safety in a salon; professional behaviour; cultural safety in the salon environment; legal requirements related to working in a salon and maintain safe and professional practice

• Make and Record Salon Appointments - Learn how to create and maintain appointment systems and records in a salon environment

• Display Products - Learn how to group products for display in a salon environment; and display products for the reception area, to support services, and for in-salon promotions in the salon environment

• Services and Workflow - Demonstrate knowledge of the stages and timings of services in a salon; demonstrate knowledge of workflow in a salon; and assist with services and contribute to workflow in the salon environment

• Sustainability Concepts for a Salon - Develop knowledge of sustainability concepts for a salon

• Select and Recommend Hair Products - Learn how to select and recommend shampoo products, hair conditioning products, and style products to clients

• Blow-dry Hair Elementary Styles - Learn basic blow-dry hair techniques

• Set Hair for Elementary Styles - Develop elementary hair setting skills

• Demonstrate Knowledge of Trichology - Demonstrate knowledge of the skin, the bones of the head, and hair

• Select and Apply Non-oxidative Hair Colour - Gain basic knowledge of hair colour, and develop skills in applying hair colour

• Demonstrate Knowledge of the History of Hair - Demonstrate knowledge of European hairdressing history and hairdressing history in relation to other cultures

• Highlight and/or Lowlight Using Elementary Techniques - Learn how to highlight and/or lowlight hair using elementary techniques

• Pincurl Hair - Develop skills in pin-curling hair using a variety of techniques

• Dress Long Hair into Elementary Styles - Develop skills for long hair styling and maintenance

• Blow- dry for Complex Styles - Further develop blow-drying skills

• Knowledge of Conditions of the scalp and hair - Gain knowledge of hair and scalp conditions

• Permanently Wave the Hair - Further develop skills in permanent waving

• Select and Apply Midway Colour - Further develop knowledge and skills in colour selection and application

• Fingerwave Hair - Develop skills in finger-waving the hair using a variety of techniques

Complete this course and you’ll also be eligible for the award of the National Certificate in Hairdressing (Salon Support) (Level 3).

Incorporating the National Certificate in Hairdressing (Salon Support) (Level 3).

Duration: Starts February for one year

Study: Full-time

Location: Hamilton City Campus

If you love the world of fashion, enjoy working with people, and want a career that can take you around the world, then this programme is right for you. On this course you will gain essential skills you’ll need for a hairdressing apprenticeship. Learn in a real salon environment with work-based training to help you develop practical skills in hairdressing and salon operation: customer service, team work, time management, communication and self-management.

This one-year programme will give you nationally recognised hairdressing skills, or you might like to continue your training at an advanced level.

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PROGRAMMES

NO BETTER PLACE TO STUDY

Wintec’s state-of–the-art Centre for Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy boasts three fully equipped salons where you’ll hone your skills. You’ll be working with real clients learning consultation skills, colouring and styling. You’ll also cover salon organisation, customer service and retail.

LEARNING BY DOING

During your study you’ll need to do work experience – this can either be in your hometown or in Hamilton salons. There’ll also be opportunities to work on models for the catwalk and to enter competitions run by Wintec or local organisations.

INDUSTRY TUTORS AND CONNECTIONS

Your tutors are all involved with the Waikato Association of Hairdressers, either on the committee or involved with the Waikato Hair Design Awards. This brings strong partnerships with local salons and their owners, opening your way to work experience and job opportunities.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

For entry into this programme you’ll need:

• At least 16 credits at NCEA Level 1, 8 in English and 8 in Maths or equivalent; or

• An equivalent qualification at Level 2 or higher

Check out www.wintec.ac.nz/RS1013 for full course and entry details.

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PROGRAMMES

CERTIFICATE IN HAIRDRESSING

(LEVEL 4)

CH0501

Gain credits towards the National Certificate in Hairdressing (Level 4).

Duration: Starts February for one year

Study: Full-time

Location: Hamilton City Campus

This programme is an extension of the Certificate in Hairdressing (Level 3). Further develop your professional hairdressing skills to help open up a world of opportunities, from salon ownership, fashion catwalk work, working on cruise ships or overseas.

Gain credits towards the National Certificate in Hairdressing (Level 4) while you work towards the Wintec Certificate in Hairdressing (Level 4).

WHAT YOU’LL STUDY Modules

• Cut the Hair (Scissors) - Learn the basic theory of cutting hair with scissors and the practical skills involved with using scissors, clippers and a razor

• Cut the Hair (Razor) - Learn the basic theory of cutting hair and the practical skills involved with using scissors, clippers and a razor

• Advanced Hair Design - Gain advanced styling skills in setting hair and creating long hair designs. Learn to identify a client’s wants and needs and perform the skills required on the client to achieve the desired result

• Colouring Techniques - Gain an understanding of the principles of permanent colour and bleaching of the hair, as well as completing assessments in permanent colour, woven highlights and bleaching and toning the hair

• Straightening - Gain the knowledge required to chemically straighten hair and relaxing a permanent. Learn to consult with clients and identify their wants and needs to identify their desired result

• Colour Correction- Learn to remove unwanted additives from the hair, neutralise unwanted colours, consult with clients and meet their requirements

• Consultation - Gain the skills required to consult with clients about hairdressing services and analysing hair and scalp condition and learn about corrective treatments and hairdressing products

On completion of the programme, to become a qualified Hairdresser, you’ll need to work in a salon to establish a clientele and complete three final unit standards. This is so that you learn to establish and build clientele and gain further knowledge of salon operations. Unit standards can be credited towards the National Certificate in Hairdressing (Hairdressing Practice) (Level 4).

LEARN BY DOING

Wintec’s state-of–the-art Centre for Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy boasts three fully equipped salons where you can hone your skills. You’ll be working with real clients, building your skills and gaining experience. You’ll also help out with Waikato fashion events and work alongside Media Arts students on photo shoots.

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PROGRAMMES

HAVE A GO

If you’re still at secondary school and think the world of hairdressing might be right for you, our free one-day taster programmes could help you decide. To find out about your options for experiencing hairdressing first hand with our STAR programme, visit

www.wintec.ac.nz/star,

or talk to your careers advisor.

INDUSTRY TUTORS AND CONNECTIONS

Your tutors are all involved with the Waikato Hairdressers Association, either on the committee or involved with the Waikato Hair Design Awards. This brings strong partnerships with local salons and their owners, opening your way to work experience and job opportunities.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

For entry into this course you’ll need:

• A Certificate in Hairdressing (Level 3); or

• An equivalent qualification

Check out www.wintec.ac.nz/CH0501 for full course and entry details.

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HOSPITALITY

THE WORLD OF

“I really like the fact that the programme

(Level 3 Food and Beverage) was hands on

and the practical experience of being able to

train at a real restaurant. The tutors were

also really helpful! The reason why I took this

course is because I’m moving overseas next

year so I plan on doing front of house while

I’m there.”

Josh Ives

National Certificate in Hospitality

(Food and Beverage Service) (Level 3) graduate

Silver medal recipient for front of house

service; training team of the year 2014

New Zealand National Culinary Fair,

City and Guilds

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HOW TO GET THERE

IMPORTANT. Entry criteria on this diagram are summaries only. You must check the full entry criteria

online at www.wintec.ac.nz or call 0800 294 6832 for more details.

START YOUR CAREER HERE

12 credits at NCEA Level 1 in either English, Ma¯ori or Maths, or equivalent.

National Certificate in

Hospitality (Specialist Food

and Beverage Service)

(Level 4)

with strand in Advanced Wine Service

Industry experience.

CAREER

Professional front of house staff with specialist skills in wine service.

Industry or personal experience or qualification considered equivalent by the Head of School.

Consider doing a 1 day

taster workshop!

See your careers advisor

CAREER

Waiter or waitress, bar staff, barista.

National Certificate in

Hospitality (Food and

Beverage Service)

(Level 3)

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PROGRAMMES

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN

HOSPITALITY (FOOD & BEVERAGE

SERVICE) (LEVEL 3)

RS0604

Duration: Starts February or July for one semester

Study: Full-time study, with 25-27

hours contact time at Wintec, with the balance of

the week for student’s self-directed study Location: Rotokauri Campus

If you’d like to become a qualified and skilled waiter or waitress, bartender, barista, restaurant staff member or host, then this programme is right for you. Learn the necessary front of house skills in food service and beverage service, including expertise in barista and cocktail training, food safety and customer service.

WHAT YOU’LL STUDY Core Modules

• Practical Communication and Customer Service Skills

• Practical Food Service

• Practical Beverage Service

• Practical Barista Service

Develop the introductory knowledge and skills in hospitality service. Learn to communicate effectively with customers, training provided in our fully licensed restaurant ‘Windows’. You will serve lunch Wednesdays and Fridays and dinner every Thursday of the programme.

NO BETTER PLACE TO STUDY

You’ll be learning in Wintec’s state-of-the-art Centre of Hospitality with the best training facilities: Two large commercial kitchens, a production kitchen, a training restaurant with indoor and outdoor dining, a licensed bar and a seating capacity for 80 people. Wintec’s awesome learning environment will also help keep you focused and motivated all the way to graduation. To find out more about Windows restaurant, visit www.wintec.ac.nz/windows.

BRILLIANT TECHNOLOGY

The theory part of this course is delivered through online resources. Video clips of your lessons, timetables and book work are all at your fingertips anytime, anywhere.

INDUSTRY TUTORS AND CONNECTIONS

Wintec tutors are highly trained and qualified industry specialists with plenty of experience as practicing professionals. A close relationship with the Waikato Hospitality Industry opens up job opportunities when you graduate. You’ll also have the opportunity to compete in the annual Waikato and National Culinary Fair.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

For entry into this course you’ll need:

• 12 credits at NCEA Level 1 in English, Ma¯ori or Maths; or

• An equivalent qualification. Check out www.wintec.ac.nz/RS0604 for full course and entry details.

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PROGRAMMES

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE

IN HOSPITALITY

(SPECIALIST FOOD AND

BEVERAGE SERVICE)

ADVANCED WINE SERVICE

STRAND (LEVEL 4)

RS1002

Duration: Starts February or July for 18 weeks

Study: Full-time, 12 hours per week

at Wintec Location: Rotokauri Campus

Interested in getting your General Manager’s Certificate? This programme will introduce you to serving wine, pairing it with food, and everything you need to know so that you become qualified. Licensed venues welcome front-of-house professionals with a specialist knowledge of wine, so this certificate could help to get you work wherever you go in the world.

NO BETTER PLACE TO STUDY

You’ll be learning in Wintec’s state-of- the-art Centre of Hospitality with the best training facilities: Two large commercial kitchens, a production kitchen, a training restaurant with indoor and outdoor dining, a licensed bar and a seating capacity for 80 people.

Wintec’s awesome learning environment will also help keep you focused and motivated all the way to graduation. To find out more about Windows restaurant, visit www.wintec.ac.nz/windows.

INDUSTRY TUTORS AND CONNECTIONS

Wintec tutors are highly trained and qualified industry specialists with plenty of experience as practicing professionals. A close relationship with Waikato Hospitality Industry opens up job opportunities when you graduate. You’ll also have the opportunity to compete in the annual Waikato and National Culinary Fair.

BRILLIANT TECHNOLOGY

The theory in this course is delivered through a variety of mediums: on-line, face-to-face, printed resources and field trips. Video clips of your lessons, timetables and book work are all at your fingertips any time, anywhere.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

For entry into this course you’ll need:

• The National Certificate in Hospitality (Level 3) or

• An equivalent qualification gained through work experience or other study Check out www.wintec.ac.nz/RS1002 for full course and entry details.

HAVE A GO

If you’re still at secondary school and think the world of hospitality might be right for you, our free one-day taster programmes could help you decide. To find out about your options for experiencing hospitality first hand with our STAR programme, visit

www.wintec.ac.nz/star,

or talk to your careers advisor.

LICENCE CONTROLLER

QUALIFICATION

SEMINAR

RS0001

Duration: One day

Location: Rotokauri Campus, Hamilton City, Thames and/or online

If you want to hold Licence Controller Qualifications (LCQ) and apply for your Manager’s Certificate in New Zealand, then this course is for you. The ServiceIQ has been nominated to administrate this through approved training providers such as Wintec. This course covers material from HSI which is based on NZQA Unit Standards 4646 and 16705 (five credits). The workbook, which is included in the course costs, is given to you once Wintec has received your enrolment form and full payment of fees. You are required to read through the book and study the content prior to attending the seminar.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

You must be aged 18 or older for entry into this course.

Check out www.wintec.ac.nz/RS0001 for full course and entry details.

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“As someone who just wanted to get into a

kitchen and start working, Wintec’s

hands-on practical learning was a perfect fit.

My tutors gave me a good solid grounding

in cookery, knife skills, stock rotation,

respect for ingredients and the kitchen

hierarchy. Through their close connections

to industry, I gained work experience

at Auckland’s Cin Cin restaurant, which

resulted in a full-time job and the

beginning of my career as a chef.”

Josh Emett

• 2 Michelin Star Chef

• Owner of Rata and Madam Woo

restaurants, Queenstown

• Food Director, Ostro, Auckland

• Creator of Chef Series, restaurant

quality meats for dining at home

• Masterchef New Zealand Judge

www.ratadining.co.nz

www.madamwoo.co.nz

www.chefseries.co.nz

www.twitter.com/JoshEmett

PROFESSIONAL

COOKERY

THE WORLD OF

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HOW TO GET THERE

IMPORTANT. Entry criteria on this diagram are summaries only. You must check the full entry criteria

online at www.wintec.ac.nz or call 0800 294 6832 for more details.

Industry experience.

Open entry.

Consider doing a 1 day

taster workshop!

See your careers advisor

Certificate in Cookery

(Level 4)

START YOUR CAREER HERE

CAREER

Chef de Partie (Section Supervisor) in hotels and restaurants, Sous Chef (assistant Kitchen Manager), Head Cook or Food Supervisor in industrial catering.

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CAREER

Trainee Chef, 3rd or 4th Cook in hotels, restaurants, cafés and hospitals or part of the front-of-house personnel.

Certificate in Cookery

(Level 3)

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PROGRAMMES

CERTIFICATE IN COOKERY

(LEVEL 3)

RS1005

Incorporating City and Guilds of London 7065 Certificate in Food Preparation and Culinary Arts .

Duration: Starts February for one year

Study: Full-time, approx 25 hours per

week at wintec Location: Rotokauri Campus

If you want a career in professional cookery or food service, then this entry level programme will get you off to a great start. Graduate ready for trainee chef or 3rd or 4th cook roles in hotels, restaurants, cafés or large commercial kitchens, or pathway on to higher study.

Successfully complete this programme and be eligible to sit the City and Guilds of London 7065 Certificate in Food Preparation and Culinary Arts exam.

WHAT YOU’LL STUDY Core Modules:

• Practise Food Safety Methods

• Work in a Diverse Workplace

• Participate in a Group/Team Which Has an Objective(s)

• Handle and Maintain Knives

• Prepare and Cook Basic Meat Dishes

• Prepare and Cook Vegetable Dishes

• Prepare and Cook Basic Stocks, Sauces and Soups

• Prepare and Cook Basic Fish Dishes

• Prepare and Produce Basic Hot and Cold Dessert Items

• Prepare and Cook Egg Dishes

• Prepare and Cook Rice and Farinaceous Dishes

• Prepare and Cook Basic Pasta Dishes

• Prepare and Finish Marinades, Dressings, Cold Sauces and Dips

• Perform Food Costing Calculations

• Apply Safe Working Practices

• Contamination Hazards And Control Methods

• Prepare and Cook Basic Dough Products

• Prepare and Cook Pastry Dishes

• Prepare and Cook Cakes, Sponges and Scones

• Prepare, Assemble and Present Complex Sandwiches

• Prepare Salads and Present Salads

• Basic Nutrition

• Food Science

• Provide First Aid

• Provide Resuscitation Level 2

Food and Beverage Service • Prepare and Serve Hot and

Cold Non-alcoholic Drinks

• Receive and Action Payments

• Prepare and Clear Areas for Table Service

• Coffee Service for Cafés

• Prepare and Present Tea for Service

• Food and Beverage Service

LEARNING BY DOING

You’ll be doing a combination of kitchen workshops and theory studies. There is also a ten week service module where you’ll be working in Wintec’s fully licensed training restaurant - for more information about Windows visit

www.wintec.ac.nz/windows. NO BETTER PLACE TO STUDY

You’ll be learning in Wintec’s state-of-the-art Centre of Hospitality with the best training facilities: two large commercial kitchens, a production kitchen, a training restaurant with indoor and outdoor dining, a licensed bar and a seating capacity for 80 people. Wintec’s awesome learning environment will also help keep you focused and motivated all the way to graduation.

INDUSTRY TUTORS AND CONNECTIONS

Wintec tutors are highly trained and qualified industry specialists with plenty of experience as practicing professionals. A close relationship with Waikato Hospitality Industry opens up job opportunities when you graduate. You’ll also have the opportunity to compete in the annual Waikato and National Culinary Fair.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

This is an open-entry course, but you’ll need to show a reasonable likelihood of success, and have completed at least three years of secondary school and a desire to succeed.

Check out www.wintec.ac.nz/RS1005 for full course and entry details.

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PROGRAMMES

CERTIFICATE IN COOKERY

(LEVEL 4)

RS1006

Incorporating City and Guilds of London Diploma in Food Preparation and Cookery (Culinary Arts).

Duration: Starts February for one year

Study: Full-time, approx 25 hours per

week at wintec Location: Rotokauri Campus

This is the second level in your training towards a career in professional cookery, and will help prepare you for job roles such as a chef de partie (section supervisor) in hotels and restaurants, sous chef (assistant kitchen manager), head cook or food supervisor in industrial catering This programme allows you to gain a nationally and internationally recognised qualification, and is considered ‘Trade Certificate Level’ as a qualified chef. When you graduate you will have the option to sit the examination for the City and Guilds of London Diploma in Food Preparation and cookery (Culinary Arts).

WHAT YOU’LL STUDY

• Advanced cookery theory and skills in the areas of larder, pastry and hot kitchen environments

• Food safety, food science, nutrition, food costing, menu planning and design, and kitchen maintenance and design

• You’ll further develop your skills and knowledge in preparing and cooking complex meat, poultry, fish, seafood and pasta dishes and be introduced to new techniques for preparing complex sauces, soups, desserts, pastry, breads and terrines. Traditional, contemporary and ethnic menu items will be

prepared in the commercial kitchens with an emphasis on dishes that can be presented and served in modern hospitality establishments

Core Modules:

• Prepare and Cook Complex Meat Dishes

• Prepare and Cook Complex Soups

• Prepare and Cook Complex Sauces

• Prepare and Cook Complex Fish Dishes

• Prepare and Cook Seafood Dishes

• Prepare and Produce Complex Hot and Cold Desserts

• Prepare and Cook Complex Pasta Dishes

• Prepare and Cook Complex Dough

• Prepare and Cook Complex Pastry Dishes

• Prepare and Present Cold Larder Products

• Prepare and Present Cold Cocktail Food

• Prepare and Cook Hot Cocktail Food

• Prepare and Cook Complex Poultry Dishes

• Prepare and Bake Complex Cakes

• Pickles, Chutneys and Preserves

• Nutrition

• Kitchen Planning and Design

• Menu Planning

• Food Costing and Control

• Food Science

• Food Safety

LEARNING BY DOING

You’ll be doing a combination of kitchen workshops and theory studies in Wintec’s state-of-the-art Centre of Hospitality. One day a week you’ll also run the kitchen of Windows on Rotokauri, Wintec’s fully licensed training restaurant– for more information about Windows visit www.wintec.ac.nz/windows.

INDUSTRY TUTORS AND CONNECTIONS

Wintec tutors are highly trained and qualified industry specialists with plenty of experience as practicing professionals. A close relationship with Waikato Hospitality Industry opens up job opportunities when you graduate. You’ll also have the opportunity to compete in the annual Waikato and National Culinary Fair.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

For entry into this course you’ll need:

• Certificate in Cookery (Level 3); or

• An equivalent qualification Check out www.wintec.ac.nz/RS1006 for full course and entry details.

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PROGRAMMES

LICENCE CONTROLLER

QUALIFICATION

SEMINAR

RS0001

WINDOWS TRAINING

RESTAURANT

ROTOKAURI CAMPUS

Duration: One day

Location: Rotokauri Campus, Hamilton City, Te Kuiti, Thames

If you wish to apply for a duty Mangers Certificate then you need to obtain the 2 unit standards within this seminar before you can apply to the council. It is a legal requirement that you have these units. The ServiceIQ has been nominated to administrate this through approved training providers such as Wintec. This course covers material from HSI which is based on NZQA Unit Standards 4646 and 16705 (five credits). The workbook, which is included in the course costs, is given to you once Wintec has received your enrolment form and full payment of fees. You are required to read through the book prior to attending the seminar.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

You must be aged 18 or older for entry into this course.

Check out www.wintec.ac.nz/RS0001 for full course and entry details.

One of New Zealand’s most successful chefs, Josh Emett, trained at Wintec (formerly known as Waikato Polytechnic). So did Mat McLean and Andrew Clarke, owner/chefs at Hamilton’s renowned Palate and Victoria Street bistro respectively - both named in Cuisine’s top 50 restaurants of 2012.

In fact, over the past decade, more than 1500 students have honed their culinary and service skills in Wintec’s state-of-art hospitality facililties and purpose built training restaurant, Windows. And over 80,000 customers have enjoyed the results!

For more information about Windows visit

www.wintec.ac.nz/windows

HAVE A GO

If you’re still at secondary school and think the world of cookery might be right for you, our free

one-day taster programmes could help you decide. To find out about your options for experiencing cookery first hand with our STAR programme, visit

www.wintec.ac.nz/star,

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“The Diploma in International Tourism programme covers

a broad range of subjects to help prepare you for various

employment opportunities within the travel and tourism

industry. I really enjoyed the marketing papers in both

year one and year two, and the customer service projects

were extremely interesting to me, as we were assessing

tourism businesses in terms of their service levels across

interaction/communication channels. A highlight for me

was staying overnight in central Auckland and participating

in the Auckland Harbour Bridge Climb; this was a big

achievement for me as I am afraid of heights! The staff at

Wintec are extremely supportive, they are willing to offer

their assistance with whatever it may be because they want

to see you succeed; they play a vital role in ensuring that

you gain knowledge and understanding of the industry.”

Kayla

Shorthaul Corporate Processor

House of Travel

TOURISM

THE WORLD OF

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IMPORTANT. Entry criteria on this diagram are summaries only. You must check the full entry criteria

online at www.wintec.ac.nz or call 0800 294 6832 for more details.

HOW TO GET THERE

CAREER

Employment in management positions within the tourism and travel industry such as tourism attractions, regional and national tourist offices, travel operators, conference centres or tour operations within New Zealand or overseas.

48 credits at NCEA Level 2 in four subjects, which must include a minimum of 12 credits in English or the National Certificate in Travel (Level 4); or an equivalent qualification..

Consider doing a 1 day

taster workshop!

See your careers advisor

START YOUR CAREER HERE

Diploma in

International Tourism

(Level 5)

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On the job training.

CAREER

Roles in business, accounting, strategic management, sales and marketing, human resources, operations and production, event management and retail management.

Bachelor of

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PROGRAMMES

DIPLOMA IN

INTERNATIONAL TOURISM

(LEVEL 5)

CO0107

Incorporating City and Guilds of London qualifications.

Duration: Starts February or July for two years Study: Full-time

Location: Hamilton City Campus

If you enjoy interacting with people from all walks of life, and want a career that can take you all over the world, then this programme is right for you.

Learn all about the travel and tourism industry, and be equipped with basic management skills that could help you gain frontline or management positions. You could be working for tourist attractions, regional tourist offices, hotels, travel agencies, travel operators, conference centres or tour operations within New Zealand or overseas.

Successfully complete this programme and you’ll also have the opportunity to sit the City and Guilds Diploma in International Tourism and the City and Guilds Advanced Diploma in Tourism exams, opening up your career prospects globally.

WHAT YOU’LL STUDY Year One Modules

• Tourism Industry - Why people become tourists and the economic impacts involved

• Tourism Geography - Knowledge of the key tourist destinations around the world

• Customer Services - The key components of customer service

• People Development - Effective organisational structures and the advantages of cohesive work teams

• Business Systems - Factors effecting financial performance of an organisation

• Marketing - How the success of a tourist destination is dependent on Marketing

• Developing Local Tour Destination - The key elements required to create a successful tourist destination

• Economic Environment - Apply elements of economic theory to contemporary issues

• Business Communication - Develop effective communication skills

• Fundamentals of Small Business - Small business opportunities and operations

Year Two Modules

• Tourism Industry - What motivates people to travel, trends and impacts

• Managing People - Leadership, motivation, performance and development of individuals and teams

• Strategic Customer Services - The customer service process and how to improve it

• Financial Control - Analysing the flow of funds and evaluating and improving financial performance

• Marketing Tourism - Developing an effective marketing plan

• Managing Operations/ Information - Designing a tourism operation and event

• Introduction to Commercial Law - Basic knowledge in the field of commercial law

• Buyer Behaviour and Communication - Strategies for and understanding of buyer behaviour

• Tourism Venture Development - Management issues in the tourism industry

LEARN BY DOING

With hands-on teaching, you’ll be encouraged to spend time working in the industry. Guest speakers and site visits give you a good understanding of day-to-day operations, and work experience in tourist destinations like Waitomo, Rotorua and Taupo get you ready for a career.

INDUSTRY TUTORS AND CONNECTIONS

Wintec tutors are highly trained and qualified in their specialist fields. Many have recent or ongoing experience in the industry. They are right up to date with what you need to know for future employment and can help you get involved in current tourism events. Wintec’s strong partnerships with industry leaders bring valuable resources such as industry site visits, work experience and current knowledge of travel destinations and experiences.

ENTRY CRITERIA

For entry into this course you’ll need:

• 48 credits at NCEA Level 2 in four subjects, which must include at least 12 credits in English; or

• National Certificate in Travel (Level 4); or

• Equivalent qualification

Check out www.wintec.ac.nz/CO0107 for full course and entry details.

HAVE A GO

If you’re still at secondary school, ask your Careers Advisor about these online Unit standards you can do right now: • Destination New Zealand

• Destination Australia

• Destination Selected Countries • Destination Canada

• International Travel Regulations • Travel Insurance

• Foreign Exchange

• International Air and Transport Association (IATA) World Geography • Pacific Islands

• Domestic and

International Accommodation Check out www.wintec.ac.nz/star for full course and entry details.

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MASSAGE

THE WORLD OF

“Our practical, hands-on approach

prepares our students well to take up

positions in the industry.”

Stephen Burden

Lecturer

“Wintec is an excellent place to study; you

get the skills and guidance from industry

professionals who teach you all the tricks

of the trade. You have lots of opportunity

to put learnt skills into practice during

hands-on tutorials. Studying at Wintec

allows us to be ready for the workforce.

The practical experience is invaluable.”

Andrew Lock

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CERTIFICATE IN MASSAGE

(LEVEL 4)

SP1005

Duration: Start February or July for 36 weeks

Study: Part-time (online and

weekend block courses) Location: Rotokauri Campus

If you want to work as a massage therapist or gain valuable skills to broaden your professional skill-set, then this programme is right for you.

As a successful graduate you’ll be eligible to apply to Massage New Zealand (MNZ) for Certified Massage Therapist (CMT) status. This will enable you to pursue a career pathway in the massage therapy industry, working in health and fitness centres, spa resorts, multi-disciplinary health clinics, community organisations or as a self-employed masseuse.

WHAT YOU’LL STUDY Core Modules* • Anatomy

• Physiology

• Massage Techniques

• Theory of Massage

• Massage Business Practice

* Please note that modules are subject to change.

If you’re interested in developing basic massage skills we offer two, two day short courses:

• Basic Massage

• Sport Massage (Basic Massage is a prerequisite)

Please contact us for dates.

GET HANDS-ON

The course is offered part-time and consists of a mixture of theory and practical training. Theory is delivered through online learning, and hands-on practical training is held on occasional weekends at Wintec’s Rotokauri Campus.

INTERNATIONALLY QUALIFIED TUTORS

Your tutors are internationally qualified sports scientists who bring a broad knowledge of theory and practice to their teaching and research.

ENTRY CRITERIA

This course is open entry, however if you’re under 20, it’s preferable to have completed four years of secondary education and at least 12 NCEA credits (or equivalent at Level 2).

See online for full entry criteria

www.wintec.ac.nz/SP1005

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GALLAGHER HUB, CITY CAMPUS OPEN 24 HOURS, 7 DAYS A WEEK

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Wintec is located on three campuses in Hamilton City,

and another four in the wider Waikato, King Country

and Coromandel regions.

HAMILTON CITY CAMPUS

The City Campus is minutes away from shops,

the river, transport, cafes, restaurants, the movie

theatre and much more.

The campus is a vibrant and energising environment

with outstanding facilities for learning and support.

The Gallagher Hub houses a large computer study area

containing over 130 computers (Mac and PC), a library,

copying services, study rooms, café and events rooms.

The City Campus also features lecture theatres that

utilise the latest technology, a student radio station,

art gallery, hairdressing and beauty clinics and

student support services.

LIFE ON CAMPUS

ROTOKAURI CAMPUS

The Rotokauri Campus is a short 10 minutes drive

north of the city centre. It has some the best purpose

built training facilities in New Zealand, including sport

science labs, a specialist training restaurant (Windows)

and kitchens, animal technology training facilities, and

fully equipped engineering and trades workshops.

URBAN HAIR AND URBAN SPA

You can enjoy a full range of inexpensive treatments

at Urban Hair and Urban Spa, our stunning Hair and

Beauty training facilities located at Wintec House

on the City Campus. Find out more at

www.wintec.ac.nz/urban

WINDOWS TRAINING RESTAURANT

Choose from a varied, seasonal menu, beautifully

prepared and served by our Centre for Hospitality

students. Windows offers diners extremely good

value in lovely surroundings at our Rotokauri Campus.

Find out more at www.wintec.ac.nz/windows

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LIFE ON CAMPUS

ACCOMMODATION

STUDENT VILLAGE

Our Student Village is a safe, secure environment

situated close to the City Campus on Collingwood

Street. Fully furnished accommodation includes

a TV lounge, games room, laundry and BBQ facilities

with catered meals available Monday to Friday.

For more information on the Student Village go to

www.wintec.ac.nz/accommodation

FLATTING AND PRIVATE BOARD

For further information on your accommodation

options in Hamilton, consider the YWCA or check out

the student rent website www.studentrent.co.nz

ON-CAMPUS STUDENT APARTMENTS

From Semester 1, 2015 you’ll be able to live on

campus in the brand new student apartments.

These fully furnished apartments offer you the

ultimate in student living right on the Hamilton

City Campus. For more information see

www.wintec.ac.nz/accommodation

PRAYER ROOM

The prayer room has washing facilities and is

located in the Student Hubs at the Hamilton City

and Rotokauri campuses for student use.

SECURITY

Security staff patrol Wintec buildings at the City and

Rotokauri campuses 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

You’ll also find emergency phones around the campus.

CAMPUS CAFÉS AND SNACK SPOTS

You’ll never go hungry at Wintec! Both the City and

Rotokauri campuses have excellent cafés serving

a tempting array of hot and cold food and espresso

coffee. In the student areas of all our campuses

there are microwaves, hot water on tap and snack

vending machines.

CAMPUS ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS

One of the great things about being a student is …

being a student! Events, gigs and activities with fellow

students are all part of your campus experience.

To make sure you don’t miss out on anything that’s

going on, check out the events and activities timetable

online at www.wintec.ac.nz/events

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STUDENT LEARNING SERVICES

If you need help with your studies, there’s a team

of people at Wintec ready to help. They offer a

mentoring programme along with one-to-one, small

group and workshop sessions on topics ranging

from study preparation, reading and essay writing to

science, mathematics and study skills.

Attending one of our free study preparation courses

could also boost your confidence and help you get

the most out of your time at Wintec. With options

for two or five day courses, you’ll have the chance

to brush up on skills like note taking and writing

assignments, managing your time, and how to

maximise your learning. For more information visit

www.wintec.ac.nz/sls

MOODLE

Moodle is Wintec’s online learning and teaching tool

containing programme material, which may include

lecture notes, research material and practice tests.

If you have a computer and an internet connection

you can use Moodle to study anywhere, anytime.

LIBRARY

There are two main libraries at Wintec - one at the

City Campus and one at the Rotokauri Campus.

Both provide a huge range of resource material from

books, newspapers, specialist journals and exam

papers to DVDs, audiotapes and more. Material can

be sent to students studying by distance learning.

For more information visit www.wintec.ac.nz/library

COMPUTER ACCESS

Computers are available to all enrolled students at

all Wintec Campuses. The Gallagher Hub at our City

Campus has over 130 computers for students to use

24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The City and Rotokauri campuses also have wireless

hotspots and IT helpdesks to assist with using the

computers, printers, scanners and Mytec.

MYLEARNING

Keep track of your timetable, check your emails,

get your results, study online, do it all in one place,

day or night, from anywhere, online in MyLearning.

MA¯ORI AND PASIFIKA SUPPORT CENTRE

Ki te whakakaha i te iwi ha¯pori ma¯ te ara matauranga,

rangahau ara¯ umanga whanakenga. The Ma¯ori and

Pasifika Learning Support Centre, known as Te Kete

Ko¯nae, is a warm, welcoming space that is open

to all students, their wha¯nau and staff at Wintec

for learning, financial, cultural, pastoral and

counselling support. For more information visit

www.wintec.ac.nz/tkk

SCHOLARSHIPS

There are a wide range of grants and scholarships

available to Wintec students, many providing

substantial financial and other assistance.

You’ll find information and application forms at

www.wintec.ac.nz/scholarships

EMPLOYMENT ADVICE AND SUPPORT

If you need help preparing your application for a

holiday job, part-time work or your first graduate role,

go and see Student Life. They can also help you with

your CV, interview techniques and employment advice.

For more information visit www.wintec.ac.nz/careers

LOANS AND ALLOWANCES

Contact StudyLink for a student allowance or loan

on 0800 88 99 00 or go to www.studylink.govt.nz

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YOUR WELLBEING AT WINTEC

DISABILITY SUPPORT SERVICES

At Wintec all students have the opportunity

to participate in their studies on equal terms.

We offer advocacy, support and information for

students with an impairment; including mobility

parking permits, assistive software, support staff,

reader/writers for exams, advocacy with funding

agencies and much more. Contact the Disability

Coordinator on 07 834 8800 ext 8815 or email

sls@wintec.ac.nz to find out how we can help you.

Visit www.wintec.ac.nz/ds

CHILDCARE

Wondering how to juggle study and family?

Our childcare centre, Kidz at Wintec, could be

the answer. Located at the City Campus, the

Centre provides care and education for children

up to five years. Early booking is essential.

Phone 07 834 8812.

HEALTH SERVICES AND COUNSELLING

Need a doctor? We have a Health Centre at our City

and Rotokauri campuses with registered nurses,

doctors, counsellors and chaplains to help with any

health issues, including free specialist health checks

and free, confidential counselling.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

If you’re an international student, our dedicated

International Centre provides all the help and

support you’ll need to settle into your new learning

environment and the wider community. From helping

find somewhere to live to providing pastoral care

and advice, when you study at Wintec you’re not just

another student at a tertiary institution … you’re part

of a vital, lively community where you learn with each

other and about each other.

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HAMILTON

LIVE THE LIFE

Hamilton is a student city, home to over 46,000

tertiary students every year, which means the place

has a real buzz about it. It also means you’ll get some

great student deals and discounts around town.

THE HEART OF IT ALL

Why is Hamilton such a brilliant place to live and

study? Because it’s close to everything within

the Waikato region you want to be part of!

Beaches, mountains, rivers, thermal pools,

countryside, sport centres and adventure activities

are an easy drive away. In Hamilton itself, you’ve

got shopping, cafés and the fun of city life without

any of the usual big city hassles.

BY DAY

In Hamilton it’s not a question of what to do, more

a question of what to do first! Here are a few options

in and around Hamilton … watching a live sports

match, shopping, surfing, swimming, mountain

biking, visiting the Waikato Museum or an art gallery,

paintball, ten-pin bowling, caving, taking in a play or

musical at the theatre and more.

BY NIGHT

Bars, clubs, restaurants, movies, gigs, cafés;

in Hamilton there’s an amazing range of places to

meet your friends and chill out - all easily accessible

and without the usual big city traffic nightmares!

EVENT CITY

International sporting events such as rugby and

cricket, music festivals like National Agricultural

Fieldays, Balloons over Waikato, Hamilton Gardens

Festival, theatre, dance, visual arts, markets,

there’s always something happening in Hamilton.

Visit www.whatsonhamilton.co.nz to find out

what’s on.

HAMILTON LAKE (LAKE ROTOROA) WAIKATO STADIUM

RAGLAN - 45MIN DRIVE FROM HAMILTON

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Every effort has been made to ensure the content of this publication is correct. The information is subject to a continuous process of review. Wintec (Waikato Institute of Technology) therefore reserves the right to make changes to programme offerings and any other contents. Wintec will not accept liability for any errors or omissions contained in this publication nor for any subsequent actions that may arise as a consequence of decisions made based upon its contents. Programmes will only be offered subject to sufficient numbers.

TAKE YOUR NEXT STEP WITH WINTEC

HOW TO ENROL

Enrol online at www.wintec.ac.nz/enrol or

Collect an enrolment form from the Student

Enrolment & Information Centre at the City

or Rotokauri campus.

Email or call us if you have any questions

- info@wintec.ac.nz

- 0800 2 Wintec (0800 294 6832)

STUDENT ENROLMENT & INFORMATION CENTRE

www.wintec.ac.nz

info@wintec.ac.nz

0800 2 wintec (within New Zealand only)

0800 294 6832

(or +64 7 838 6399 from overseas)

CITY CAMPUS STUDENT ENROLMENT

& INFORMATION CENTRE OPENING HOURS

A Block,

Tristram Street, Hamilton

Monday, Thursday, Friday

7:30am - 5:00pm

Tuesday

9:30am - 5:00pm

Wednesday

7:30am – 6:00pm

ROTOKAURI CAMPUS STUDENT ENROLMENT

& INFORMATION CENTRE OPENING HOURS

Student Hub,

Akoranga Rd, Rotokauri

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

7:30am - 4:30pm

Tuesday

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