Other Training Programmes

Certificate in managing volunteers

Leaders, coordinators and managers of volunteers can now gain a Certificate in Managing Volunteers.

This provides the opportunity for recognition of workplace based learning and existing competencies. Enrolments received before the end of January cost only $436.50 plus GST (normally $875 plus GST).

Take the first step and complete our expression of interest form now.
>> Expression of Interest Form

Positive Lifestyle Programme

Women’s and Men’s Groups

7 sessions: Courses run regularly

Courses run regularly. Contact for a pre-course assessment: Tauranga_cm@nzfsalvationarmy.org or phone 578 4264

Building Awesome Whanau

A six session course for parents of 0 – 12 year oldsNo tests, no judgement, no boring bits… just lots of fun and useful
stuff. And it’s made right here in little ol’ Aotearoa.
A six session course for parents of 0 – 12 year olds
Tiaki Tamariki Maia
$75 per person or $110 per couple for each six week group. – Some subsidies available.

Starts Thursday 15 February

Email : Tauranga_CM@salvationarmy.org.nz | Phone: 07 578 4264

Business & Management Diplomas

Take your management and leadership development to the next level in 2018.
Grow your business profitability by investing in your own skill base or the skills of your team.

EmployNZ Tertiary Institute now offers four high quality diplomas for business people, including Business Accounting Level 5, Management & Leadership Level 6, Project Management Level 7 and Health Management Level 7.

More information here

Leadership development for organisations in New Zealand, Australia and the Pacific. Auckland based.

Well known in this area.
Every non-profit working at their full potential.
Exult is one of New Zealand’s leading training providers for the community sector. Our mission is to provide training and support that inspires, equips and re-energises community organisations and we pride ourselves in providing practical resources in everyday language. We believe that people (and organisations) thrive when they are given real support without all the ‘fluff and jargon’ – so that’s what we do.