TPP and Buller REAP work together to meet community needs

24 Sep 2019

TPP and Buller REAP work together to meet community needs   Locals keen to learn the basics of car maintenance and repairs have filled up the final places on the new Automotive Appreciation short course being held in Westport next week.  The special programme is being offered through a partnership between Tai Poutini Polytechnic (TPP) and Buller REAP. It offers students the chance to learn practical, useful skills in basic car maintenance and minor repairs. The day‐long course will teach people how to carry out a basic vehicle safety test, change a tyre and inspect it for compliance with Land Transport Rules, correctly fit snow chains, inspect and test battery life and jump start a car. TPP Leader – Engagement Mequa Hourston says the short course is designed for anyone who wants to learn some of the basic skills of keeping a car maintained and how to keep it safe on the road. “There has been strong interest in the short course from a wide range of people. We’re looking forward to working with the students and helping them get more familiar with how their car works.” “The Automotive Appreciation short course is a great example of offering training programmes that meet the needs of the local community.”  “TPP has partnered with...

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