598 days ago

People keen to look at starting their own business.

Ana Skellon from Akoranga O Ltd

If you or someone you know has been thinking and talking about the possibility to use their skills and expertise for their own wealth building but aren’t ready to leave their steady employment yet? Then this maybe the course to discover if this is a pathway into business.

Te Wananga o Aotearoa’s Smart Steps to Business programme is a Level 3 NZQA approved programme delivered over a 20-week period, only one 3-hour class contact per week and the occasional Saturday workshop. Come and see if going into business is for you – self-directed flexible learning is during times you are not in class.

The good thing about this course is that if it sparks something in you, you can pathway onto another course to get closer to that aim of owning your own business or even improving the one you are working for. Fully government funded there is no cost for you to enrol.

We have openings right now for a 25 March 2019 start for an Albany class held at Dynaspeak in William Pickering Drive.
To know more call me - txt me - email me. I look forward to hearing from you.
Ana.S
021577311
ana.skellon@twoa.ac.nz

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