Coastal Otago ITO graduation

The Coastal Otago Industry Training Organisation graduation ceremony was held recently in Dunedin.

The graduates are. -


Trainee/apprentice of the year, Rachae Lynch, Dunedin Retail Institute; highly commended, Sean Denston, Balclutha, Clutha Motor ITO.

National certificate concrete construction (pre-cast strand) level 3: Bradley Coleman, Dunedin Careerforce.

National certificate community support services (core competencies) level 3: Marita Ansin-Johnson, Dunedin Careerforce; Lynne-Maree Buijck, Dunedin Careerforce; Roselind Cheyne, Dunedin Careerforce; Deborah Clark, Dunedin Careerforce; Denise Gibson, Dunedin Careerforce; Jan McCartney, Dunedin Careerforce; Eleanor Miles, Dunedin Careerforce; Patricia Mitchell, Dunedin Careerforce; Marilyn Parker, Dunedin Careerforce; Gemma Ross, Dunedin Careerforce; Vinutha Subramanya, Dunedin Careerforce; Anna Van Der Heu, Dunedin Careerforce.

National certificate community support services (intellectual disability) level 3: Bridget Brownie, Dunedin Careerforce; Heather Gordon, Dunedin Careerforce.

National certificate community support services (residential) (level 3): Diane Wind, Dunedin Careerforce. National certificate human services (level 3): Shirley Musuvanua, Dunedin Careerforce. National certificate support of the older person (level 3): Julie Manson, Dunedin Careerforce; Nagamah Pillay, Dunedin competenz.

National certificate engineering - fabrication level 4: Sam Mausii, Dunedin Competenz; Corey Reid, Dunedin Competenz.

National certificate passive fire protection (building consent inspection) (level 4), national certificate passive fire protection (routine inspection) level 3 Dunedin City ETITO: Ian White, Dunedin Competenz.

National certificate electrical engineering (electrician for registration) level 4: Nicholas George, Dunedin Electrical Training; James Harrex, Dunedin Electrical Training; Joshua Reardon, Dunedin electrical training.

National certificate hairdressing practice level 4: Jemma Nisbet, Dunedin Hairdressing; Moana Smither, Dunedin Hairdressing.

National certificate agricultural contracting level 3: Timothy Brown, Dunedin Infratrain.

National certificate civil construction supervision level 4: Gary George, Dunedin Infratrain.

National certificate glazing level 4: Nigel Hicks, Dunedin joinery; Tony Patton, Dunedin Infratrain.

National certificate joinery 6 crafts person level 4: Aaron Hodgson, Dunedin Joinery; Daniel Russell, Dunedin Joinery.

National certificate automotive engineering level 4: Samuel Bell, Dunedin Motor; Benjamin Harley, Dunedin Motor.

National certificate pharmacy technician level 5: Joanne Ryland, Dunedin Pharmacy.

National certificate retail level 3: Rachae Lynch, Dunedin Retail Institute; Vorne Restieaux, Dunedin Retail Institute.

National diploma drinking water treatment level 5: Kevin Bryson, Dunedin Water.

National certificate water reticulation (service person) wastewater level 3, national certificate water reticulation (service person) wastewater level 3 (accelerated), national certificate water reticulation (service person) water level 3: Ewan Seyb, Dunedin Water.

National certificate diversional therapy level 4: Julie Scaife, Queenstown Lakes Careerforce.

National certificate community support services (residential) level 3: Sarah-Lea Mallon, Waitaki Careerforce; Gillian Roulston, Waitaki Careerforce; Joanne Wibrow, Waitaki Careerforce.

National certificate human services level 3: Kim Willetts, Waitaki careerforce.

National certificate automotive engineering level 4: James Bee, Waitaki Motor.

 

 

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