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Meet Heidi Legatos: Former Business Management Student

23rd January 2018

Why did you decide to study Business Management? 

I wanted to challenge myself and build up my confidence.

What level did you study?  

I got my NZ Certificate in Business - Level 4

What was your career goal when you started studying?

I wanted to gain a qualification that is accepted in NZ. It is hard to find a senior level job without any NZ qualification in my opinion.

What are some of the most valuable things you’ve learned?

I’ve learned that I am stronger than I thought.

What do you enjoy about business management? 

I like that I now understand how a business is supposed to work.

What were the highlights of your time at Aspire2? 

The support was fantastic. I was also very fortunate to have been put into a fantastic team for the group assignment. 

How has studying business management helped enhance your career?

I am confident that it will help me in my future endeavours. 

Do you currently own a business? If so, what kind of business? If not, where are you working now?

I don’t own a business at the moment. I am thinking about setting up my own pastry shop one day though. 

What are your future goals?

My future goal is to be able to apply my new gained knowledge in my work life and working towards opening my own business. 

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