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Choices if a school has limited subjects

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Discover how to access the subjects needed for your young person’s future career if their school doesn’t offer the right ones.


How to choose school subjects when you're unsure about your career plans

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Keep your future job options open at school.


How to pick NCEA subjects for future success

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Help your young person choose the best NCEA subjects.


Look beyond the top 10 jobs

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Discover more than the top 10 jobs on careers.govt.nz.


Want to study or be an apprentice?

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Five things to consider before you apply for study or an apprenticeship.


Support a young person who missed NCEA credits

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How to help if someone doesn't get the NCEA results they want.


Missed NCEA credits? What to do now

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Steps you can take if you didn't get the NCEA results you need.


Make a difference as a medical laboratory technician

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Find out about career possibilities in medical laboratories


Help your child get through NCEA study stress

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Continuing our Q & A series - answering questions from parents about their children's work and learning choices.


Conversation tips for NCEA subject choice time

Conversation tips

We've got some conversation tips to help you support your young person to make the best subject choices for their future career.