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Our Tutors

Colin Frampton

Marie Brand

Hannah Kiwi




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Colin Frampton





 
The journey of life is full of opportunities – as individuals, we each have a choice.

React to life and complain or be proactive and take control.

Colin Frampton

Founder and Managing Director of Knowledge Base Central Ltd started his working life as a dairy farmer.  At the age of twenty and single, purchased a herd of cows and went sharemilking and has been self employed now for over thirty years.  During that time he has developed a number of business in the agricultural, horticultural, education and marketing and sales in both products and services.

Since gaining a Bachelor of Business Studies from Massey University as an adult student, Colin has facilitated business programmes for UNITEC, a Private Training Establishment (PTE) and currently has been contracted to Te Wananga o Aotearo for over seven years.  Colin currently facilitates the Certificate in Small Business Management, Certificate in Applied Business Growth and Development and the Certificate in Money Management. 

Even though Colin has a number of relevant tertiary qualifications, he brings to the table a wide and diverse range of practical experience.  Currently a director of two companies, he is applying these skills in real time.

During this period, Colin has assisted hundreds of adult students from all walks of life re invent themselves by taking greater control of their lives, whether it be in their personal and/or business lives.

You too can do it – take up the challenge!

 

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Marie Brand

Marie Brand


Three of my four grandparents were teachers. It seemed natural for me to teach. Teaching has given me a very good life.

In the beginning it was mostly science, then some teacher training, then ESOL, a little computer skills.

I now look forward to meeting new learners and doing Personal Money Management.

B.Sc, TTHD, DipPersMan, MSc, CELTA, DipTESOL, MAdLitNumEd.

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Hannah Kiwi

Hannah Kiwi


Hannah has facilitated the First Step to Business (FSB) program since 2008.