Being a Driver in NZ


 
Do you have patience? Are you happy with your own company? Can you sit still in one place for long periods of time? Do you enjoy seeing different places? Then maybe this is the job for you. Being a truck driver means being responsible for delivering and collecting loads timeously and safely transporting them. You will need to carry a special vehicle license for the type of truck you want to drive and you will be required to have passed certain tests for this license. You will be required to drive in hazardous conditions such as rain and snow sometimes so an advanced driving course would be an advantage on top of your special license. Truck drivers who transport hazardous goods  need to complete unit standards in dangerous good, this can be done as part of a National Cert in commercial road transport available through MITO.  Truck drivers can also be trained and employed by the NZ Army.

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Being a Registered Nurse in New Zealand


If you enjoy helping people and want a rewarding yet challenging profession, then nursing may be for you. Nursing has many scopes with varying levels of education and you can specialise in different areas. Registered Nurses assess, diagnose and treat patients in clinics, hospitals, care facilities and privately. Experienced nurses are in high demand and job availability is good.

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