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KAAT Trust

KAAT Trust
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Endeavors to provide learners with skills and knowledge that will provide them with the ability to gain employment or to go on with further training in their chosen career field.

Established in 1981 as a Charitable Trust, our mission is to: Provide opportunities for Pacific Island and Maori peoples to realize their potential through Education and Employment. (KAAT Trust Mission Statement).

Kuki Airani Angaana Tupuna Trust has a proven history in the education and training area. We have developed and maintained a variety of industries links such as hospitality, retail, manufacturing, teaching, building & Construction, entertainment, social services, apparel.

Contact:
KAAT Trust
Postal Address:
208a, Preston Road
East Tamaki
Auckland, New Zealand.
Phone: (0064)(09)2746918
Fax: (0064)(09)2745945
Email: K...@xtra.co.nz
Website: http://www.kaat.co.nz/


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