The warm, friendly atmosphere and handy Otahuhu location make this campus a popular choice for South Aucklanders keen to launch their careers. Hospitality students carry out their training in up-to-the-minute facilities including a large, stylish student-run café, a designer bar training area and a barista training station.

Our business suites are kitted out with the latest industry equipment and our contact centre students train in real-life contact centre-style classrooms and participate in live campaigns as part of their training. There’s even a retail shop, to ensure our retail students graduate with plenty of work experience!

A few short steps away, our construction students complete their practical training in NZMA’s fully-equipped construction workshop.

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Courses

  • National Certificate in Hospitality (Entry Skills) Level 2
  • NZMA Certificate in Hospitality and Employment Skills Level 3 (PC9451)
  • National Certificate in Hospitality (Restaurant Service) Level 4 (NC1557)
  • National Diploma in Hospitality Management Level 5 (ND0769)
  • NZMA Certificate in Business Administration and Employment Skills Level 3 (PC9756)
  • NZMA Certificate in Business and Employment Skills Level 4 (PC9449)
  • NZMA Certificate in Supervision Level 5
  • National Diploma in Business Level 5 (ND0783)
  • National Certificate in Retail Level 3 (NC0994)
  • National Certificate in Retail Level 4 (NC0995)
  • NZMA Certificate in Contact Centre and Employment Skills Level 3 (PC9450)
  • National Certificate in Contact Centres (Team Leader) Level 4 & National Certificate in Business (First Line Management) Level 4
  • Certificate in Building Level 4
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Where are we?

NZMA’s Auckland South main campus is conveniently located at 12 – 16 Gordon Road Otahuhu. Our trades training facility is just a short walk down the road at 31 Moa Street. Come in and take a look!


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