The latest in Ashton Warner News
News from a graduate with a great job!
Hey Amanda,. Thought I'd let you know that I am absolutely loving the job with the twins and the mum is so lovely!! So thank you so much for helping me get the job.
We welcome the government’s announcement today!
We welcome the government's announcement today that all home-based carers (including nannies) will in the future be required to have a qualification in early childhood education. It seems the change is long overdue! The Nanny Academy has been providing qualifications...
We now just have a couple of places left on our first intake starting 7th Feb
We now just have a couple of places left for our first intake of 2019, so if you're thinking of starting with us in February, you'll need to move fast. Otherwise we've space on our second intake in April and are interviewing now. Contact us for more information.
NZQA Rates the Ashton Warner Academy #1 Top Quality .. Again
Every four years NZQA sends evaluators to carry out a highly detailed evaluation of the Academy. This year the evaluators spent two days with us, and have again awarded us Category One - their highest quality rating. The Academy has been rated Category One by NZQA...
The Next Intake for our Diploma Programme Starts 30th April – Contact us now for full information
Our programme towards the New Zealand Diploma in Early Childhood and Care is unique in New Zealand because it also contains all the extra things you need (eg infant care and cooking) that you need for a rewarding career as a Professional Nanny. If you have not...
Great News: Our Level 5 programme now credits towards University Study
Great news! for students interested in getting an early childhood teaching degree but who perhaps have not got the UE credits they need to go straight to University. Our Professional Nanny Programme for the NZ Diploma in Early Childhood Education & Care L5 now...
Newsflash: It’s confirmed Fees Free will apply to most of our students in 2018. Apply now to start in January!
The new Education Minister, Chris Hipkins, has just announced that officials are working urgently to implement the policy by January.