Audition Requirements

Certificate and Diploma Studies

All applicants must attend an interview prior to  full-time enrollment.
• We stand by our commitment to our stakeholders irrespective of disability, race or gender. We have in place no unreasonable barriers to any person wishing to study at the school. We respect your choices, assisting where we can, to help you realise your aspirations however to attend the school all applicants must complete the interview process
• The interview and workshop experience is free to complete, there are no administration fees applied.
• Applicants that are currently attending secondary school, should complete their senior school year.
• As all tuition is conducted in English, applicants must have a good understand of the English language. A minimum of NCEA Level 1 English, or equivalent, is required. If you are entering into Diploma in Jewellery Level 6, entry of a minimum  NCEA Level 3 English is required.
• The applicant must bring some sort of art or craft portfolio of their choice. The purpose of an art portfolio is not to assess your artist style or ability, but to demonstrate the applicant’s ability to start a project and follow an idea through, until it is completed. Art is also an indicator of hand/eye co-ordination.
• The applicant will be required to complete our schools’ workshop training in OSH, as a part of the audition process. This form is signed & retained as confirmation of having received the training.
• For the workshop experience at the bench & under full tuition, the prospective student will complete the tasks set by the Tutor.
• On completion of the workshop experience, you will be advised of a pass/fail result.
• Prospective students may be may be subject to a police vetting check. Vetting can only be carried out with the signed consent from yourself, the person being vetted. Consent is provided by completing the correct authorisation to disclose information form (sometimes called consent form or clearance form).
• Applicants must be either a New Zealand/Australian resident or be a current Permanent Resident Visa holder.

 

Programme Learner Handbook

PMGS Programme Learner Handbook with OSH Procedural Manual 2019