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TYMS: Free course for at-risk Pasifika and Maori youth

July 20, 2017 at 3:14 PM


A brief blurb about our 16-20 week youth trade training NZQA level 2 certificate program:

Our youth target for this program are Pasifika and Maori males between the ages of 16 & 22 that have an identified number of risk factors that are having an impact on their development and growth. TYMS imbeds our core pastoral and holistic service of mentoring, and advocacy support geared toward assisting and progressing academic, cultural, spiritual, physical and social development, independence and empowerment.

For more information about the course, download the flyer here.

For more information about TYMS (Tuilaepa Mentoring Trust), download the service overview here.

Category: Service