Group work and class discussion will form a major part in developing the knowledge and attitudes that lead to safe driving.

This course offers basic financial literacy and includes: income, budgeting, saving, etc. 

This is a programme that offers Year 13 students the opportunity to trial, in the workplace, their probable career choice. The course involves learning and assessment in the workplace as well as Unit Standards to be completed in class.

This is a programme that offers Year 12 students the opportunity to trial, in the workplace, their probable career choice. It involves learning and assessment in the workplace as well as school based Unit Standards.

The aim of the course is for students to understand how policy changes are influenced by and impact on the rights, roles and responsibilities of individuals and communities. Also, to understand how ideologies shape society and that individuals and groups respond differently to these beliefs.

The aim of this course is to help students understand how communities and nations meet their responsibilities and exercise their rights in local, national and global contexts.

Social Studies is the study of how people live their lives. Year 10 Social Studies students learn about the concepts and big ideas that exist in the world around them. Students are to understand the unique bicultural nature of New Zealand society that derives from the Treaty of Waitangi.

Year 9 social studies is about how societies work and how people can participate as critical, active, informed and responsible citizens. A wide range of topics is studied to help students learn about the way the world works. These topics can be from the past, present, and future and from places within and beyond New Zealand.

The following course is dedicated for students participating in the USkills programme and taking a course at UCOL.