[Audio: 'Poi E' by Pātea Māori Club]
[Visual: Aerial shots of the Taranaki region.]
[Visual: An aerial shot of an industrial facility.]
[Visual: A man in a work shirt sitting in an office.]
[Onscreen text: James Parker, Managing Director, Hāwera Welding Contractors]
James Parker: The beauty of the census is that we find out where the rangatahi need employment and how many need employment. That helps us offer apprenticeships to make a big difference in someone's life.
[Visuals: James with young men in hi-vis vests and protective gear, welding inside an industrial facility.]
[Visual: One of the young men sits in the office.]
[Onscreen text: D'arntye 'Biggie' Rore, Apprentice]
D'arntye 'Biggie' Rore: It's made a big difference. It's sort of opened up my mind a little bit. I found what I want to do in life. And there's heaps of opportunities and stuff, eh. You can go out and see the world and get a job with your trade anywhere. They're always taking tradies somewhere.
[Visuals: Shots of James, D'arntye and other apprentices in the facility]
[Visual: James in the office]
James: The positive differences I've seen in my guys is that some of them have bought houses, they’ve turned up to work and they know the value of earning the money so they can pay for stuff. That’s a big difference in someone’s life. When we know where rangatahi need jobs, we can be there to help them out.
[Visual: James and D'arntye stand next to each other outside, Mt. Taranaki in the background. They fold their arms, smiling.]
[Onscreen text: Your census information can help your community.]