ProgrammeFull time – 6 months
Annual Fees(indicative 2019)
|New Zealand Certificate in Foundation Skills - Sports & Indigenous Culture YG||Fees may apply to international students|
|Received all year|
|Christchurch - Madras Street, Timaru|
For more informationEmail firstname.lastname@example.org
If you love playing sport, and have a keen interest in Maori and Pacific Island language and culture, this programme is for you
Dual Enrolment programmes are FREE if you're in Years 11, 12 or 13 and a great way to earn NCEA credits and get a feel for tertiary study, while you’re still at school.
If you're interested in keeping fit and healthy and you have a thirst to learn more about Māori and Pacific language and culture, you're a perfect candidate for this course.
Your study will include: fitness training and coaching practice; anatomy and physiology for athletes; an introduction to physical activity, lifestyle and health; personal and leadership development; Nga toi Māori and Pasifika language.
NZQF credits in the table below are awarded to you on completion of this programme. These credits contribute to achieving your NCEA qualification.
If you're a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident and are between 16 to 19 years old, you can apply to study regardless of the qualifications you've achieved at school.
With this qualification you can turn your passion for sports into a profession. Chose to study further and specialise in personal or team training, gym management, sports promotion, physiotherapy or sports medicine. Other options include education, broadcasting and media, or coordinating community and social development initiatives.
Once you've completed this programme you can continue study into Level 3 Toa Sports, other Level 3 programmes or enter the workforce in entry-level roles.
Recommended school subjects
- Te Reo Māori
|Unit / Achievement Standard Number||Unit Standard Title||Version No||NZQF Credits||Level 1 Credits||Level 2 Credits||Level 3 Credits|
|12352||Describe aspects of one’s own lineage, heritage and cultural identity||6||7||7|
|7266||Pānui i ngā tuhinga kōrero mō tētahi atu (Read and understand stories / reports / narratives about other people)||7||8||8|
|7262||Whakamāramatia ngā kōrero me ngā mahi a tētahi atu (Explain the korero and speak about the actions of somebody else).||7||8||8|
|91336||Analyse group processes in physical activity||2||3||3|
|91330||Perform a physical activity in an applied setting||3||4||4|
|9677||Participate in a team or group which has an objective||9||3||3|
|7123||Apply a problem solving method to a problem||6||2||2|
|467||Demonstrate personal and social development through participation in adventure based learning||5||3||3|
|7118||Manage own learning programme||5||3||3|
|26624||Read texts with understanding||3||3||3|
|10781||Produce a plan for own future directions||5||3||3|
|12383||Explore career options and their implications||6||3||3|
|8824||Research a topic using oral, visual and written sources, and evaluate the research process||6||3||3|
|91332||Evaluate leadership strategies that contribute to the effective functioning of a group||2||4||4|
|91335||Examine the implementation and outcome(s) of a physical activity event or opportunity||2||3||3|
|91236||Evaluate factors that influence people’s ability to manage change||2||5||5|
|91334||Consistently demonstrate social responsibility through applying a social responsibility model in physical activity||2||3||3|