Kids New Zealand

Organizations

Waikato Kindergarten Association

A charitable trust operating kindergartens throughout the Waikato region. They aim to create environments that facilitate the interest and learning of all children by promoting their self esteem, confidence and independence.

Why choose Kindergartens Waikato?

  • We employ fully trained and registered teachers. Research shows that having trained teachers is critical for a quality early childhood service.

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Independent Tertiary Institutions

Independent Tertiary Institutions

A group of leading tertiary education providers committed to innovation and excellence in tertiary education.

Independent Tertiary Institutions – Nga Wananga Motuhake is a group of leading tertiary education providers, committed to innovation and excellence in tertiary education. All members have more than 100 equivalent full time students and an NZQA audit cycle of two years or more.

Arabuni Community

A community site for Arabic tertiary students in New Zealand, based at the University of Auckland campus. This non-profit organisation is run by student volunteers and assists Arabic youths from throughout New Zealand.

Contact:
Arabuni Community
Website: www.arabuni.co.nz

CEO Group

CEO Group

CEO GROUP is a boutique learning and development organization located in Palmerston North.

At CEO GROUP We will Work with You to

  • enhance the breakthrough potential of your organization and people
  • develop a change resilient organization that welcomes innovation and growth
  • grow the effectiveness of your leaders, throughout your organization's leadership pipeline
  • enhance the true synergy and productivity of your teams
  • make your business more profitable

Wellington Playcentre Association

Wellington Playcentre Association

The Wellington Playcentre Association has 21 member Playcentres stretching from Miramar in Wellington City's southern suburbs to Otaki on the Kapiti Coast. We are proud of our heritage as the home of the Playcentre movement, and we are committed to continue to provide a high standard of educational and play experiences for children and quality adult education opportunities for parents.

New Zealand European Union Centres Network

New Zealand European Union Centres Network

A multidisciplinary network of seven New Zealand universities, aiming to combine research, teaching and outreach under a unique thematic umbrella focused on the impact, role and understanding of the European Union within New Zealand and the wider Pacific region.

New Zealand European Union Centres Network, a network of seven New Zealand universities that aims to combine the three elements of research, teaching and outreach under a unique thematic umbrella focused on the impact, role and understanding of the European Union within New Zealand and the wider Pacific region.

New Zealand Education and Scholarship Trust

New Zealand Education and Scholarship Trust

Administer scholarship examinations to challenge and extend New Zealand's academically able seventh-form students.

The New Zealand Education and Scholarship Trust was founded in December 1991 to administer scholarship examinations to challenge and extend New Zealand's academically able seventh-form students.

The Government abolished the state scholarship examination in 1989 and a group of teachers, headed by Rory Barrett (now the Academic Convenor of NZEST) organised scholarship examinations in 1990/1 before NZEST was established as a charitable trust.

Character Education Programme of New Zealand (CEPNZ)

The CEPNZ is the largest private provider and developer of character education, truancy, anti-bullying, life skills, values clarification/goal setting and learning styles resources for schools and the community in New Zealand.

Over 73% of schools throughout NZ and many in Australia, USA, Europe, SE Asia, the EU and the UK are now using one or more of the CEPNZs educational resources.

New Zealand Musicological Society (NZMS)

Promoting the study, understanding and enjoyment of the musics of the world to a wide range of music lovers: from academics, librarians, composers and performers to private scholars.

The NZMS was formed in 1981, with the aim of advancing musicological study and research in New Zealand, and encouraging and assisting cooperation between institutions interested in musicology. It holds regular conferences and symposia which provide a forum for its members to meet, report on their research and discuss current issues.

CPIT Foundation Awards

CPIT Foundation Awards

Since it was established in 1984 to assist Christchurch Polytechnic’s 50,000 staff and students with enterprising projects, CPIT Foundation has received donations from individuals, companies and the Polytechnic itself to build its funding base to a level that can help make a difference.