Below are some useful resources and links.

ACE Aotearoa

Adult and Community Education (ACE) Aotearoa is the lead body for adult and community educators in New Zealand and a voice for adult learners.


The Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) is responsible for funding tertiary education in New Zealand.


Information for learners and their families. Please click here for a list of useful links to view information provided by Careers NZ, NZQA and TEC. This page provides information for school leavers; parents, family and whanau; Maori students; Pasifika students, people new to New Zealand and students with disabilities. The page also contains information for students in the Canterbury region and ESOL students.

Youth Guarantee

Youth Guarantee initiatives are about improving the transition from school to work, by providing a wider range of learning opportunities, making better use of the education network, and creating clear pathways from school to work and study.

Alliance Française de Christchurch

The Alliance Française of Christchurch is part of an international cultural non-profit association which promotes French language and culture throughout the world.

Canterbury WEA

A non-profit, voluntary, adult education association which aims to provide education for personal growth and towards the establishment of a just and equitable society. The CWEA strives to provide affordable courses of a high standard that encourage discussion and respond to ideas and events in the community.

Dante Alighieri Society

The Dante Society is an international organization established in Italy in 1889 with the aim of promoting Italian language and culture throughout the world and rekindling the spiritual connection between Italians living abroad and their home and and nourishing among foreigners the love and cult for the Italian civilization.

Delta Community Trust

A Christian community-based organisation located in Richmond, Christchurch. It provides a range of community education classes.

The Muse

The Muse hosts classes, choirs and ongoing music groups covering a wide range of musical styles. We are also the people behind the Random Acts of Music project. We also provide a library of instruments and teaching resources, mentoring for emerging music teachers and networking to help people find each other. (i.e. learners & teachers, singers & guitarists etc.)

Volunteering Canterbury

Riccarton High School

Christchurch City Council – general enquires – usage of parks


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