Building Classes in Napier

Complete our Building Classes in Napier for a Career in a Growing Industry

Whether you’re bored of your current job or thinking about what to do with your future after completing secondary education, you might want to consider signing up for building classes in Napier to work in the construction or carpentry industry. We offer foundation and advanced courses in carpentry, during which you’ll learn essential first aid, building specifications, construction calculations and how to use tools, equipment and heavy machinery. Depending on which course you choose, you can obtain a National Certificate in Building Construction and Allied Trades Skills (L2) or the New Zealand Certificate in Construction Trade Skills (L3). Find out how to get the most from our courses by reading below.

Tips for Getting More Value out of Building Classes in Napier

Extracting the maximum benefit from our course requires giving us your full attention. There’s a lot of ground to cover during our classes, and you need to familiarise yourself with all the materials and training so that you can apply for a career in the construction industry with confidence and find a job that offers many progression opportunities. Here are some other useful tips that will help you unlock your full potential:

  • Give yourself ample time to study: Vocational training inherent in our business classes is a hands-on experience, but there’s still plenty of personal study included. Instead of trying to cram as much information into your memory as possible before taking an exam, ensure you dedicate enough time to revise the materials we supply. Setting up a timetable for reading and studying course information comes highly recommended, and make sure you stick to your schedule. Additionally, ensure you set time aside to relax because studying for hours on end is unlikely to help engrain new subjects into your memory.
  • Create a suitable study space: Attempting to learn in an untidy environment with a desk covered in textbooks, papers and documents is unlikely to help you study without experiencing stress. Try to maintain an organised study space that’s free from distractions such as computer games, tablets and smartphones. Be strict, and don’t be tempted to put your course materials aside in favour of chatting with your friends on social media. Also, make sure your room provides ample lighting to prevent headaches, and consider playing background music if it helps you focus.
  • Don’t overwork yourself: You might think the most effective way to achieve the best results from our course is to cram as many hours of study into your schedule as possible, but that’s rarely the case. For example, if you were preparing to run a marathon, you wouldn’t attempt to sprint 24 hours daily because you’d tire yourself out and be unable to compete on the day. Many studies suggest that taking regular breaks assists with long-term retention of knowledge. Remember to enjoy some time in the sun from time to time; vitamin D is essential for a healthy brain.

About G&H Training

We employ highly-skilled instructors who have extensive experience in the construction and carpentry industries. We can give you the head start you need to embrace a career that’s rewarding for many reasons, from the compensation benefits to the ability to work outdoors as a team. If you have questions or want to enrol, don’t hesitate to get in touch.