Unlock your potential in IT! Explore our range of NZQA-approved 1-year courses in Computer Engineering and Software Development, and join us in 2023 to kickstart your career in technology.
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Before you start your journey with us, there are a few things you’ll need to know about Studying with us, Laptop Specifications, and other general enrolment requirements.
At Techtorium, we prioritise exposing our students and graduates to the IT industry. Our Industry Pathways team offers support and guidance to help you gain valuable industry exposure.
Our high qualification completion rate, as measured by the Tertiary Education Commission, is one of the best in New Zealand.
Since 2011, Techtorium has been awarded Category 1 status by NZQA, indicating that we are the top-performing provider in the country.
We take pride in our product and offer the best IT/Computer trainers in New Zealand to ensure that our learners receive a complete and comprehensive education.
In the IT industry, reputation is everything. Our Employment Partners trust the skills, knowledge, and motivation that come with every Techtorium graduate.
Our modern learning environment promotes critical thinking and enables our trainers to deliver high-quality information to larger groups of learners.
We focus on linking our academic provision to the skills needs that have been outlined by our Industry Partners. Here at Techtorium, we believe we have a responsibility to ensure that our graduates gain both transferable skills and specific qualifications that are matched to the requirements of industry and employers. Here are just a few of the companies that we work with:
The level 5 New Zealand Diploma in IT Technical support is designed to help learners gain the working knowledge and basic understanding of IT Systems and networking concepts, this course is perfect for anyone wanting to start in an entry-level IT role. Graduates will have an awareness of the IT environment, appreciate the needs of users, and will be able to provide IT technical support.
IT support professionals help people, colleague, clients and customers, who use computer software and hardware and will ensure networks and website are working well. They often work in teams with other IT professionals, such as Systems Engineers, Network Analysts, and Database Administrators. They can progress into more senior technical roles.
I really like the environment, I really like the teachers. It’s a tight environment between students – you get to know each other on a personal level and everyone sort of knows everyone.