Signee NZ has announced the first ever fully funded Māori & Pasifika scholarship to the industry-endorsed Signee prevocational training programme. The application deadline is August 31.

The sign making industry plays a huge role in our daily lives, from shop front signage to billboards, providing signs to help us find where we are going and get the information we need. Sign making is constantly changing and, over recent years, has become a very competitive and diverse industry.

Signee training has been created to meet the needs and requirements that the industry demands, help raise the industry standards, future proof the industry and enhance the workers’ knowledge so that they may become experts in their industry.

In the 5-week course, participants will gain foundational skills in sign making along with New Zealand Red Cross first aid and Site Safe New Zealand Inc passport certifications. 

The programme is aimed at anyone wanting to enter the industry or anyone in a sign making entry-level position before an apprenticeship. 

The scholarship is possible thanks to the help of sponsors Computaleta and PSP Limited. 

“We are proud to support this scholarship from Signee NZ Ltd for Māori & Pasifika young people. Computaleta has been a strong supporter of the New Zealand Apprentice of the Year Award for many years now, and we hope this opportunity helps more creative young people join our industry,” said the company.

Please contact for further information. 

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