New Kiwi Career Success is a FREE 2-3 day course to assist new migrants to effectively job search in New Zealand.
“Fantastic! Energized me with positive attitude and hope. Gained a lot of new knowledge about kiwi attitude, kiwi life style, kiwi employer and what they expect from us when they search for a new employee.”
Here's what you will learn:
- Practical job search advice on the New Zealand job market for migrants
- Assist you to create a great, Kiwi-style CV
- Help you to answer those tricky interview questions
- Research your industry and occupation
- Share your experience with other New Kiwis
- Develop a winning job search strategy just for you!!
Here’s what you do:
- Register on New Kiwis as a job seeker
- Attend 3 days training
- Attend follow-up workshop
- Keep regular contact with us
AUCKLAND - 12-14 October 2020
WHANGAREI - 28-30 October 2020
AUCKLAND - 4-6 November 2020
- Click here and fill out the application!
Auckland Regional Migrant Service
Haere Mai, Welcome to New Zealand!
The Auckland Regional Migrant Services Charitable Trust (ARMS) is a non-profit organisation which supports migrants, refugees and returning kiwis to settle successfully in the Auckland Region.
Email: email@example.com to make an appointment or to register for workshops. Alternatively, call on 09 625 2440 to make an inquiry about our services or visit www.arms-mrc.org.nz
Chinese New Settlers Services
Chinese New Settlers Services Trust (CNSST) was first registered as a charitable trust on 9 September 1998. The trust offers comprehensive services delivered in a culturally and linguistically appropriate way to the wider community and Asian new settlers, in particular, those from China, Korea, Japan and Vietnam.
CNSST is located in the Panmure business centre with 7 cultural learning centres located across the Auckland region. CNSST provides social services, social housing and educational programmes, and trading under the name of ‘CNSST Education Institute’ (CNSSTEI) offers tertiary level courses to both local and international students.
Visit www.cnsst.org.nz for more information or call +64 9 570 1188.