Vocational Pathways

Not sure what you want to be?        

Unclear about you career options?          

Need help to plan your studies?

The Vocational Pathways can help you plan your journey from learning to earning. They represent a way to achieve NCEA Level 2 (or equivalent) with Vocational Pathways at the same time. You can see how your credits are valued by industry and the types of study options and job opportunities available.

The pathways are flexible and enable you to change your direction as you’re on your journey. You can use Vocational Pathways to plan your career and study options by using the colour coded pathways, and easily see how your skills and interests relate to the industry.

Vocational Profile

Your Vocational Profile, on your Record of Achievement shows how your NCEA credits are mapped to the Vocational Pathways.

You can use your profile to show employers how your interests and qualifications relate to their industry and support you to do further study, training, or move into work.

Check out your Vocational Profile at www.nzqa.govt.nz/login OR log into the Kamar Portal.

 

NCEA Level 2 with Vocational Pathways

NCEA Level 2 (or equivalent) is the minimum qualification that you need to achieve to show that you are ready to enter and progress to further study, training or work.

Achieving NCEA Level 2 with Vocational Pathways means you have some interest, knowledge and skills related to industry. It shows you have:

  • Achieved the required number of credits to achieve NCEA Level 2
  • Achieved the required industry related credits that align with a particular industry
  • A broad understanding of industry
  • Interest and skills that relate to a particular industry

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