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Rangiora Ara Connect is a satellite campus of Ara offering a range of courses that you can study close to home or office. If you're looking to upskill to enhance your business skills or for professional development for your staff, Rangiora Ara Connect can help with practical courses in computing and business.

A range of free computing courses are available, at times that allow you to fit your study around work, family and other commitments. You’ll learn from friendly, professional tutors of Ara in modern, well-equipped classrooms.


Many companies and small businesses require job applicants to have experience in using MYOB software. Ara Connect’s Accounting Principles and MYOB workshops cover setting up a new business; setting up accounts, contacts and items; entering opening balances; recording sales and purchases; recording customer and supplier payments; recording money spent and received; paying staff; producing business reports; and end-of-year rollover.

 

The MYOB workshops are delivered by a trained and experienced tutor.


For information on any of these courses please don't hesitate to pop in to enquire and enroll.


Online Training

Ara also provide a variety of online Business courses, which can be blended with face to face if required.


Featured Upcoming Training

Cert in Cookery AraCertificate in Cookery Level 4 

Grow your staff. Take your kitchen staff and set them on the path to becoming a chef with our work based cookery course.

Our Chef tutor will visit your workplace to assess onsite, along with a training session once every six weeks in Christchurch.

This course is free to New Zealanders. Read the brochure to find out more and contact Lana Shields, Workforce Development Representative, at 021-416347 or Lana.Shields@ara.ac.nz to discuss.

 

Barista course AraBar/Barista/Cafe Service Course

Impress customers by developing the customer service and barista skills of your workers, concentrating on bar or cafe staff. This free course, starting in late February includes 36 hours training, online tutorials and an assessor coming to your workplace. Trainees will need to travel into Christchurch for half a day on Mondays for the duration of the course.

This course is free to New Zealanders. Read the brochure to find out more and contact Lana Shields, Workforce Development Representative, at 021-416347 or Lana.Shields@ara.ac.nz to discuss. 


The Workforce Development Team

The Workforce Development team focus on developing quality relationships with industry throughout Canterbury enabling educational outcomes and skills development requirements.  Through these relationships the team can establish industry’s need for training and provide information to departments to help inform product design and planning which is aligned to industry demand.

Professional development for your staff can include: online courses, workshops, block courses and qualifications up to degree level.

The team can discuss work experience, managed apprenticeships and internships for your company.

For a more in-depth discussion, please contact info@ara.ac.nz

 

 

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