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The purpose of a CV is to get you an interview. It needs to show what you can do, and why you're a good fit for an employer. Learn more about what your CV should look like, and what information to include.
Doing some ground work before a job interview is essential to making a good impression on an employer. Researching the company/organisation and the role itself will help you answer the employer's questions, and show you're keen for the job.
Receiving a job offer can be exciting and it is natural to accept straight away. However, it pays to think things through first. Here are some tips on what to do when someone offers you a job.
You may already have a CV, but its style, length and content may be quite different from CVs in New Zealand. These tips will help you write your CV in a style that New Zealand employers prefer.
This website uses information from the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) and the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) to update our information about courses and qualification providers.
Hautahi Kingi talks about how his mum's help and Māori scholarships set him on the path to achieve.
Find out how to study tertiary courses through the Secondary Tertiary Alignment Resource (STAR) programme at your school.
Find out how many NCEA credits you'll need to do an apprenticeship, get a job or join the Defence Force.
There are many factors to weigh up when choosing a tertiary course, such as which type of provider you prefer, what qualification you'll get at the end of it, and how the course itself is structured.