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Youth Guarantee Programmes

If you’re between 16 and 19 years old you can train for free with one of our Youth Guarantee programmes. This is available on Level 2 programmes and some spaces are available for our Level 3 programme also.

The Youth Guarantee Engineering and Welding programmes help young people gain the personal, educational and practical skills they need to kick start a career in the engineering and welding trades.

Entry requirements

You must be between 16 - 19 years old and a NZ citizen or resident

Assistance available

There are no fees for the Youth Guarantee programmes. If you are unemployed or not in training, our Student Services Team might be able to help with:

  • Transport
  • Student allowance
  • Student loan for living costs

Register your place and book your interview with our Student Services Team on 0800 935 337 (0800 WELDER)

What you learn

  • Health & Safety
  • Trade Calculations
  • Mechanics
  • Use of Hand & Power Tools
  • Workshop Fabrication Skills & Drawing
  • Gas Cutting & Brazing
  • Welding
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Level 2: 20 wks. Level 3: 14 wks
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Meet Siva

"NZ welding School fast-tracked me into my engineering apprenticeship!"

"Before I went to the NZ Welding school I was an Industrial Abseiler working in factories and on towers often helping welders get to where they needed to be. I decided to go to NZ welding school so I could go back to Abseiling with some new skills and get more job opportunities. 

I learned a lot a skills at NZ Welding School, almost all of which I use every day. My favourite thing about the NZWS was the diversity and sheer amount of skills they teach in such a short time. 

One thing that really helped me while I was at the NZ Welding school was the diversity of things to do. Every time I got frustrated or stumped I could always stop and work on a different exciting project. Two days after graduating from NZ Welding school I started my apprenticeship in General Engineering for Machine part Welding doing anything from fixing a broken Exercycle to doing extensive maintenance on large heavy machinery."


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