When Steve proposed to undertake a risk-assessment project on the management and use of hazardous substances in the workplace, his boss agreed to pay for his qualification in full.
For Les, part of Capable NZ’s appeal was that he could continue to work while studying – and not only that, his studies would be directly connected to his work.
Reflecting on significant life moments as part of the Capable NZ process was humbling for Mark, and really cemented just how much he knew about life, work and people.
Despite her extensive experience, from financial markets, local government, health, horticulture exports to commercial soda blasting, Jo was conscious she lacked a degree.
Bachelor of Applied ManagementFor several years, Christchurch-based Jonathon Reuben had been researching different options for obtaining a tertiary qualification.
When Rex decided to change his career direction and launch a consultancy and training-focused organisation, Capable NZ was the answer.
When Shirley first walked through the doors of St John as a volunteer paramedic, she would not have believed it would lead to a bachelor's degree.