Students receive MIT Trades Awards


Last night the Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT) held their 2018 Prizegiving Awards for their Trades Academy students. These Year 12 and Year 13 students attended MIT one or two days a week while continuing to attend high school on the remaining days.

While all of our students that attended achieved credits towards NCEA and their MIT qualification, over half of our students that attended received awards.

Sancta Maria College would like to join with MIT and acknowledge the achievements of the following students:

Ryan Hareb Carpentry - Top Student Award

Jacob Lynch Plumbing - Diligent Student Award

Alex McAleer Automotive - Top Student Award

Visesio Tangifua Carpentry - Top Student Award

John Lozano Electrical - Diligent Student Award

Tremaine Blake-Havea Carpentry - Diligent Student Award

Natalia Chu Trades for Girls, Carpentry - Diligent Student Award

George Pervolianakis Auto Electrical - Diligent Student Award

Joel Cook Vehicle Technology - Diligent Student Award

The MIT Trades Academy allows our students to have the benefit of both tertiary and secondary study. With some hard work and dedication, students have the opportunity to finish school with a

minimum of NCEA Level 2 with credits towards a nationally recognised trade qualification with options ranging from automotive and agricultural to floristry and logistics (and everything in between).