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What’s SiS up to right now…April 14 2021

  1. 2021 Skipper Restricted Limits (SRL) final intake (July) is open for expressions of interest. January intake is full and closed. April intake is full. If you’re interested in placing your name on a cancellation list for April please contact us.
  2. Our E-Cert trainer recently delivered a course in Auckland which was completed successfully. If you require this training please get in touch.
  3. SIS offers Targeted Training and Apprenticeship Fund (free trades training) for Seafood Processing qualifications. Please contact us for more information.
  4. Aviation:  Our online Introduction to Safety Management Systems (SMS) has been adopted by companies to use during Induction for all new employees.
  5. 2021 Aviation Safety Training courses are available for Zoom, inhouse and classroom based offerings.
NZQA approved Category One Education provider.
This is the highest ranking that can be given by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) in their External Evaluation Reviews (EER) and puts SiS Training & Consulting in the top 10%
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Skipper Restricted Limits (SRL).
We are taking registrations for the Skipper Restricted Limits (SRL) Course. The newest and most practical skipper training course in New Zealand.
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SMS Training 2021.
In 2019 and 2020 SiS has delivered SMS and aviation safety programmes to hundreds of managers and employees in the aviation industry. Our suite of aviation Safety Management Systems (SMS) programmes will also be available in 2021 throughout New Zealand.
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SMS – Real people, real stories.
Feeling like some inspiration from aviation businesses that are using SMS to best effect? Take a look at “Real people, real stories” for examples of SMS in action from the aviation community.
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NZ Certificates in Seafood Processing.
Investment in staff training will improve your productivity and the quality of your seafood, from the ocean to the plate.
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