Skills Active Aotearoa, in its role as a qualification developer, is committed to ensuring that all qualifications are current, fit for purpose and meet the needs of industry. To support this, we have committed to formally reviewing each qualification within five years of its initial registration.
Chris McIvor is an expert in helping people develop in their sport, and he also uses sport to help clients develop as people. Now, he has added a brand new Skills Active tikanga qualification to his toolkit as well.
Lucas Tofani Souza has to make sure everything goes right on the night, in his role as a senior lighting technician – which means coordinating plans, people, equipment and timing, all the while remaining totally unflappable.
Nicole Shand has spent her career creating a wide range of sport and recreation programmes for all sorts of people in the community. The common factor in all her work has been her desire to see people reap the benefits of finding physical activity that they enjoy.
The Skills Active Senior Pool Lifeguard apprenticeship is designed not just for people in the early stages of their aquatics careers, but also poolside veterans who wish to be recognised for their skills and knowledge. Skills Active caught up with two experienced lifeguards who are completing the apprenticeship.
Lewis Young has enough energy and ideas to keep him busy for several lifetimes. Completing his exercise apprenticeship helped him to focus that energy into a single channel that will support multiple pathways for his future career.
In its role as qualification developer, Skills Active is committed to ensuring that all qualifications are current, fit for purpose and meet the needs of industry. Therefore we are committed to formally reviewing each qualification within five years of its initial registration.