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At HELA we want you to go to reach your goals, and we know you can do it. Our motto is that “The limits of my language are the limits of my world”, to us this means that the only thing holding you back is your English, and once you study with us, you will be able to move on to your next life goal.

Study in NZ

In New Zealand, there are many different schools and training options to studychoose from. You might have already decided what kind of study you want to do, or you might not know yet what you want to study. However, most study programs and courses require you to have a level of English to gain entry. This is because you need this level of English to be able to understand what is being taught to you and for you to participate fully in the classroom. The higher the course or qualification is, the higher the level of English you will need.

Work in NZ

Employers in New Zealand want to know that as a non-native English speaker, you have a certain level of English communication skills before you gain employment. Our certificates and qualifications are a way of showing potential and current employers that you have completed an official course, and they can see exactly what level you are at.
The level of English that employers will expect of you will depend on what job you are applying for or are employed in. Generally speaking, your English level will need to increase as the requirement to have communication, reading and writing skills increases.

Living in NZ

liveAs well as helping you to study or find work, we also want to help you feel confident living in an English speaking society. Our courses will enable you to communicate effectively in the community, whether this is talking to your neighbour, talking to teachers or parents at your child’s school, meeting new people or getting involved in community groups. Our courses are designed to help you learn about living in an English speaking country.