Manukau Courier : December 14th 2010
15 MANUKAU COURIER, DECEMBER 14, 2010 NEWS All these courses are available to international students. Apply now, as our courses fill up fast. Phone O800 4 MARTIN or 636 3152 www.martinhautus.co.nz or phone MANUKAU (Mangere) 275 8404 AUCKLAND (Onehunga) 636 3152 Or 0800 4 MARTIN (0800 4 627 846) NZQA Registered and Accredited Private training Establishment OR TEXT 021 713 949 YES YOU CAN FREE COURSES (TEC ENTRY CRITERIA APPLY TO FREE COURSES) PERFORMING ARTS & COMPUTER STUDIES Levels 2 & 3 TOURISM and COMPUTING Level 2 COMPUTER Levels2&3 MANAGEMENT Level 4 (Student Loans & Allowances available to NZ Residents and Citizens) NZ DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS Level 6 DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT Level 5 DIPLOMA IN TOURISM Level 5 NC TRAVEL Levels3&4 NC TRAVEL & TOURISM CORE SKILLS NC COMPUTING DIPLOMA IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & COMPUTER SERVICES Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 NIGHT COURSES (Upskill while you work) DIPLOMA IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & COMPUTER SERVICES Level 5 DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT Level 5 HIGHER LEVEL COURSES Get quality education and training that will take you into a solid career Martin Hautus provides you with training for real world situations, with hands-on work experience. Our tutors re ect the expectations and awareness of employers through their teaching, giving you the skills and knowledge required for practical work situations. For safety tips and info go to www.maritimenz.govt.nz or 0508 22 55 22 Look after your family, look after yourself MISSIONHALL MAR832 International Qualifcations available www.collegeofcamille.co.nz Enrol now for January PC Sales & Repairs No Fix No Fee Website Design and Development Network setup and repairs Hardware and Software Spyware/Virus removal WE CAN COME TO YOU 5/14 Avenue Road, Otahuhu (in the bus station) Ph: 09 270 0781 1/25 Bairds Road, Fairmall Otara Town Centre Ph: 09 272 3348 Shop 8D/130 Dawson Rd, Flatbush (inside Super Value) 3353481AB Advertising Featuretraining Education& Play safe with gifts for kids Give your kids the gift of safety at home, at play and on the road this Christmas. SafeKids has put out a list of what to buy -- and what to avoid -- to keep children safe over sum- mer. Suggestions of what to buy for the kids include a car booster seat -- essential for any child under 1.48 metres tall -- and a cycle hel- met. If dad's buying or getting a new power tool this Christmas, buy one with a safety lock and store it out of sight and reach of children. A portable and flexible pool fence is an ideal gift for anyone who owns a small or portable pool so they can comply with pool safety regulations. And if you've visited a relative or friend and noticed their house doesn't have a smoke alarm, buy them one as a present -- and don't forget the batteries. Baby bath seats and rings are also dangerous. They give a false sense of security and babies can slip or get trapped underwater. And avoid baby walkers. They can tumble kids against fires, down stairs and off decks. Babies using walkers can also reach things they shouldn't be able to -- like burning hot liquids in kettles or pots and poisonous medicines and cleaning products. Don't buy your children toys that are choking hazards. If the toy can fit inside the hole of a toilet roll it could choke a baby or toddler. See safekids.org.nz for more on keeping kids safe. Friends and family: Hundreds of students and supporters arrived for the powhiri before MSL Training's graduation ceremony. See story on page 14.
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