Free computer training for jobseekers

  • Young man: 'I feel a lot more confident about applying for jobs now. I've finally got it!' KiwiSkills - Digital Skills for Jobseekers.
  • Construction worker: 'Just about every job you do know, you've got to know about computers.' KiwiSkills - Digital Skills for Jobseekers.
  • Receptionist returning to the workforce: 'My office skills were pretty rusty but this programme brought me right up to date.'  KiwiSkills - Digital Skills for Jobseekers.
  • 'I can learn in my own time, at my own pace. And it's all explained in such an easy way.' KiwiSkills - Digital Skills for Jobseekers.

KiwiSkills is free online training that helps you get a good job.

In most New Zealand workplaces you need to know how to use a computer and the internet.

With KiwiSkills you’ll learn the digital skills wanted by employers and get an international ICDL certificate to prove it and make you stand out from the crowd.

With KiwiSkills, you:

  • improve your chances of getting a job
  • keep up with technology changes for school or work
  • add proven skills to your CV and stand out.

Who is it for?

Check if KiwiSkills is for you, and how it can help you. Read more >

How does it work?

How KiwiSkills helps you to learn digital skills, guides you through. Read more >

What will I learn?

Essential online and computer skills, word processing, basic spreadsheets or other options.  Read more >

How long will it take?

KiwiSkills is self-paced, so you are in charge. But how long will it take me? Read more >

How do I start?

Register online to get started on KiwiSkills. Read more >

About KiwiSkills

Meet the team, get in touch, read the latest news. Read more >

Download Brochure

Download KiwiSkills brochure (pdf, 150KB).

Managed by the 20/20 Trust

KiwiSkills is managed by 20/20, with financial support from a Lottery Grant. The international ICDL Foundation appointed the 20/20 Trust as the official ICDL Accredited Partner for New Zealand.

The Trust’s vision is ‘to enable all New Zealanders to fully participate in the digital world’, and the 20/20 Trust has a 20-year history of successful digital literacy programmes, for families and whānau, unemployed and under-employed, refugees, school students and others.