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Free Training Available

SiS can provide training at no cost to your company towards a range of training packages including:

  • Seafood processing and handling
  • Risk Management
  • Cold and dry storage
  • Compliance
  • Electronic certification

All packages incorporate a range of nationally recognised unit standards and utilise ITO subsidies (if applicable) to offset course costs.

Training packages can be designed to lead to a national qualification and tailored specifically to your company.

Deliveries can be offered to one company or a range of companies depending on class size (minimum numbers per delivery).

SiS Training and Consulting Limited is a Category 1 NZQA accredited provider and, as such, provides the highest possible standard of delivery. Similarly SiS use tutorial and assessment personnel who are experts in their field meaning you will receive high quality training and assessment.

Certificates will be issued to trainees on successful completion of their programme.

Take advantage of this opportunity. Contact us to discuss your company’s training needs.

If you are an individual seeking free training please visit our upcoming courses page to see what is currently available.

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