Our courses train you for employment in high-demand industries.

In supporting New Zealand’s workforce the Tertiary Education Commission have two funding schemes available to support New Zealand domestic students to train for employment in these industries at no cost.

Our students can apply to study fees free using these schemes. Should a student not be eligible, we offer support in applying for student loads.


Complete training with us and we’ll help you get into the workforce.

Our training includes industry-recognised tickets, certification and real-world practical skills to set you up for success.

Facts about our school

Registered Qualifications – NZQA accredited Levels 2-3-4

Our students gain access to student loans & allowances

Practical professional welding skills. Industry recognised tickets

Work placements & industry training. Help with finding a great job

Jobs outnumber graduates. Gain in-demand employment skills

All safety equipment, manuals & stationery included

Real-world training, real-world employers


Your practical real-world skills will be in high demand.

That’s because you’ll be learning from experts in real-world facilities, using industry-standard equipment.

No hidden costs


Your fees cover everything you’ll need to complete the course.

Speak to our team about Fees Free eligibility.

Anyone can do it


Our programmes are 70% hands on, so you develop the skills you’ll need in your career. You’ll start with the basics then move to more advanced levels of welding technique.

You’ll also learn all the other skills you need, like health and safety, drawing interpretation, workshop and communication skills.

It’s all about making sure you have the skills you need to walk into an awesome welding career – enroll now to get started.

Welding practical work includes:


MIG Welding

You’ll learn to weld metal thicknesses ranging from 2.00mm to 12.0mm. Certificate in Advanced Welding (Level 4) students also learn a range of positional welding techniques.


TIG Welding

You’ll have the opportunity to weld carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminum materials ranging from 1.6mm to 6.0mm in thickness. These techniques are taught in both the Level 3 and Level 4 programmes. These skills will be further refined in the Level 4 programme.




MMA Welding

You’ll learn to weld carbon steel thicknesses ranging from 5.0mm to 12.0mm, using both rutile and low hydrogen compositions. The Certificate in Advanced Welding (Level 4) students also learn a range of positional welding techniques.


Thermal Cutting

You’ll use oxy-fuel cutters to prepare exercise plates, as well as doing plasma, air arc and oxy-fuel gouging. You’ll also be trained to use a uni-directional creeper cutter.



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