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Driving instructors teach people how to drive, and instruct experienced drivers how to advance their driving skills and road safety knowledge.
Engineering machinists use machines to cut and shape precision parts and equipment. They create, install, maintain and repair metal products, including machinery and equipment in factories.
Event managers plan, organise, promote and run events, conferences and functions for a variety of organisations, communities, groups and individuals.
A list of regional organisations that can help migrants in New Zealand.
Teachers of English to speakers of other languages (ESOL teachers) teach people from non-English speaking backgrounds how to speak, read and write in English.
Farm assistants help farmers with a variety of tasks, including raising and caring for animals, repairs and maintenance, tractor work and other farming activities.
Commercial divers develop and maintain underwater structures and do research for scientists. Recreational divers teach scuba diving and may carry out marine searches and rescues.
Painters and decorators apply decorative and protective finishes to interior and exterior walls, doors, windows and other surfaces of buildings.
Early childhood teachers educate and care for young children in kindergartens, kōhanga reo or childcare centres. Kōhanga reo kaiako also help children learn te reo Māori and tikanga Māori (culture and customs).
Secondary school teachers plan, prepare and teach one or more subjects to students between the ages of 13 and 18.