Issue 24 August 2017, out now!
In this issue:
We’ve got a profile on Zoe Fleming who is one of the country’s best BMX talents with a goal to compete in the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, has taken up a professional contract to race in the United States and she’s also in her first year of study towards a Certificate in Sports Training and Development through SIT2LRN.
Two Dunedin-based SIT2LRN graduates have used their study to get the ball rolling on their careers, by enjoying success in the Otago Wildlife Photography
competition. Check out the story to see how Douglas Thorne (Diploma in Digital Film) and Melanie Middlemiss (Diploma in Digital Photography) plan to launch their careers off the back of their study.
Another student with an interesting story is Antonio Chadinha who has emigrated from South Africa. His past career included the Murder and Robbery division and the Security Intelligence Covert Operations with the South African Police. Antonio is now completing a Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety through SIT2LRN with a plan to do further study in the area of Human Resource Management.
Lauryn Johnston already has a career as a massage therapist but the Certificate in Health Sciences (Pre-Entry) graduate is eyeing up further qualifications to achieve her goal of becoming a naturopath. This Wellington woman is definitely someone in motion that plans to stay in motion.
Facilitator Glenn Drew is also someone who doesn’t stay long in one place – when he’s not fighting fires he’s seeking new ways to learn, which is something he wants to pass on to his occupational health and safety students.
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