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 Rueben 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.
When Sean decided it was time to move on from his career as a qualified mechanic, he knew he would need to upskill. After securing a role at ACC that is exactly what he did.
For Dinesh, the ability to get a degree that recognised his existing experience while working full-time was ideal.
As a new mum wanting to pursue higher education while remaining in work, Jasmine Jones found that Capable NZ ticked all the boxes.