Akona-Te-Reo-Certificate-in-Maori-Language.xml [a-z: Te Reo Māori,Te Puna Wānaka Māori and Pasifika studies,Languages,Māori language and culture] [keywords: ] [subject: Maori_and_Pasifika,Te_Reo_Māori_and_Pasifika_studies]
397 115668 624 823 Akona Te Reo - Certificate in Māori Language CH4037 Humanities 55 Te_Reo_Māori_and_Pasifika_studies Certificate 4 5 60 19 Weeks Part time - 1 year Received all year Please enquire February, July Christchurch - Madras Street and online No fee, $190 levy Please enquire Advised before enrolment

Embark on a learning journey while absorbing yourself in the Māori language. You will leave this programme with the ability to speak and understand Te Reo Māori.

Akona Te Reo is a flexible, beginner-level Māori language certificate focused on enabling students to use Te Reo at home or in the workplace. It combines basic speaking and writing with an understanding of the cultural context of Te Reo Māori.

Akona Te Reo is a part time course. It can be studied online, in person or through a mix of both methods, which students can change or adapt to fit with their own commitments as the course progresses. Face-to-face classes are held online and in the classroom on Mondays and Wednesdays. In addition, there are five Wānanga (language workshops) held on campus at the weekend for extra study.

Find out more about our Wānanga (language workshops).

You can take this certificate demonstrating your ability in Māori language to progress your current career or to discover a new direction. Organisations dedicated to health, education, social policy and economic development will value graduates with this qualification as will iwi-based and private companies in the tourism, arts and sports sectors.

Further Te Puna Wānaka programmes that may interest you include the Māori diplomas, Te Hāpara or Te Ātatu or the Bachelor of Language (Māori). Past students have gone to study degrees at the University of Canterbury, Christchurch College of Education and Lincoln University to complete degree and post graduate studies.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Due to Immigration New Zealand visa requirements international students are ineligible to enrol in this certificate.

Academic requirements
  • 12 credits in NCEA Level 1 in Te Reo Maori.

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • IELTS 6.0 Academic (no lower than 6.0 in speaking, 6.0
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Māori language
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Bachelor-of-Applied-Management-Accounting-ACACA-Pathway.xml [a-z: Accounting,Business,Commerce] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
421 118300 632 829 Bachelor of Applied Management (Accounting - ACA/CA Pathway) CH3988 Business 8 Business Degree 1 7 360 0 Weeks Full time – 3 years, part time and evening options available. Received all year 22 January for February start, 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $5,900 - $6,500 per year $17,950 Advised before enrolment

This programme allows you to complete the academic requirements for membership of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand.

With our practical, experience-based approach you'll be prepared to move into the professional accounting environment.

You'll gain advanced knowledge in computing, commercial law, economics, marketing and management within a business context, as well as communication, business, heritage, culture and sustainability.

To obtain Chartered Accountant status you must also complete three years of approved employment. Approved employment is recognised when you are:

  • working in a relevant accounting role with an approved or recognised training employer
  • working for at least 17.5 hours per week for a period of three months or longer
  • under the guidance of a recognised mentor

Associated chartered accountants are well placed within the profession to work for chartered accountants in public practice, as financial and business analysts or advisors, and in management roles.

Go on to complete the professional requirements for full NZICA ACA membership or undertake further study towards one of our graduate diplomas.

ACA Pathway

On completion of this academic programme as specified by NZICA, graduates will also be required to complete:

  • 1 year's General Practical Experience
  • 1 year's Specified Practical Experience under the guidance of an NZICA registered mentor
  • a Professional Competence programme


CA Pathway

On completion of this academic programme of study as specified by NZICA, graduates will also be required to complete:

  • 3 year's Practical Experience with an NZICA approved training employer
  • the Chartered Accountants Programme of four technical modules and a capstone module


To apply for either of these programmes please

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of three approved* subjects and

    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Accounting
  • Economics
  • Computing/ ICT
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Bachelor-of-Applied-Management-Accounting-CPA-Foundation-Pathway.xml [a-z: Accounting,Business,Management] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
396 115661 623 822 Bachelor of Applied Management (Accounting - CPA Foundation Pathway) CH3988 Business 8 Business Degree 1 7 360 3 Years Full time – 3 years, part time and evening options available. Received all year 22 January for February start, 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $6,030 - $6,600 per year $18,400 Advised before enrolment

Our qualification gives you the opportunity to complete the foundation level for accreditation with the globally recognised Australian professional accountancy body - CPA.

With a fully integrated practical experience element the CPA programme takes you from the foundation level to the professional level with elective courses including:

  • Research
  • Accounting
  • Business computing
  • Commercial law and business ethics
  • Economics
  • Marketing
  • Communications
  • Culture
  • Sustainability

Work anywhere in the world with this qualification where on completion you will be a highly qualified, work-ready employee.

Your technical, business, personal effectiveness and leadership skills will ensure you graduate equipped for key positions in any national and international business.

Further your study with a graduate diploma in another area of business such as accounting, business transformation and change, event management, human resource management, innovation and entrepreneurship, operations and production management, project management, and sales and marketing.

For more information you can contact CPA Australia directly www.cpaaustralia.com.au in relation to the practical experience requirements, or contact us.

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of three approved* subjects and

    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing/ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Bachelor-of-Applied-Management-Accounting.xml [a-z: Accounting,Business,Commerce] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
280 111913 540 743 Bachelor of Applied Management (Accounting) CH3988 Business 8 Business Degree 1 7 360 3 Years Full time – 3 years, part time and evening options available. Received all year 22 January for February start, 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $6,030 -$6,600 per year $18,400 Advised before enrolment Base en

Become more than a 'number cruncher' and play an important role in commerce. You will gain advanced skills and knowledge in accounting management with this qualification.

In the first year of study you will develop knowledge in core business strategies including accounting, business communication, commercial law, business heritage, culture and sustainability, marketing, computing, management and applied research.

You will focus on your accounting specialisation in the second and third years, with study preparing you for an accounting position. Core subjects include:

  • Intermediate Financial Accounting - details the regulatory and technical aspects of accounting as well as external reporting and evaluating techniques.
  • Intermediate Management Accounting - covers the processes and information required for effective planning, control and decision making.
  • Taxation in New Zealand - applies knowledge of taxation rules and compliance.
  • Advanced Financial Accounting - prepares financial statements to ensure compliance with generally accepted accounting practice.
  • Advanced Management Accounting - examines sourcing and evaluating accounting information related to organisational success.

Cooperative Education Project - with this aspect of our programme you will work within a real business environment applying your learning for a minimum of 400 hours. You will also complete a significant research project for your host organisation.

A career in accounting will give you the required skill to hold an accounting position in a variety of business environments. You will fit well into a dedicated accounting firm whilst not standing out in a specialised business where you provide the accounting expertise. Future opportunities could include positions in the public, private and not for profit sectors in accounting roles.

You can continue to study for the CPA Australia Professional accreditation or the professional pathway of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ) and ACCA to become an accountancy professional.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment form or an International Application Form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of three approved* subjects and

    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing / ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Bachelor-of-Applied-Management-Business-Information-Systems.xml [a-z: Business information systems,Commerce,Business] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
283 111935 541 744 Bachelor of Applied Management (Business Information Systems) CH3988 Business 8 Business Degree 1 7 360 3 Years Full time – 3 years, part time and evening options available. Received all year 22 January for February start, 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $5,030 -$6,600 per year $18,400 Advised before enrolment Base en

Our specialist degree combines management expertise with the analytical and computing skills you need to perform at high levels in any business environment.

In your first year of study you will develop knowledge in core business strategies including accounting, business communication, commercial law, business heritage, culture and sustainability, marketing, computing, management and applied research.

You will focus on your business information systems specialisation in the second and third years and enhance your understanding of business decision making and planning processes. Courses in this specialisation include:

  • Applied Computing - Uses software and computer based solutions for business problems.
  • Business Analysis - Covers the modelling of business systems, project management, systems methodologies and requirements analysis.
  • Systems Analysis and Design - Practices data and process modelling, systems development and project management.
  • Business Analysis - Details techniques for defining and evaluating relevant information.
  • Management of Information and Communication Technologies - Develops an overview of strategies and skills specific to the IT industry.

You will also complete a Cooperative Education Project where you will work 'hands-on' in a business environment and apply your learning for a minimum of 400 hours.

You will also complete a significant research project for your host organisation.

A career in business information systems will allow you to combine management expertise with analyst and computing skills. Emphasis is placed on understanding how information is stored and how you can manipulate it to be able to draw sensible conclusions. As an systems or business analyst you will become a key ingredient to business decision making and an integral part of any business environment.

On completion of this qualification you can complete any of our graduate diplomas in a different area of business to enhance your skills.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an application form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of three approved* subjects and

    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you are also required to provide evidence of your English language skills. Refer also to the Acceptable Alternatives Chart which includes credits in English-rich subjects from New Zealand educational institutions. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing / ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Bachelor-of-Applied-Management-Business-Transformation-and-Change.xml [a-z: Business,Business transformation and change,Commerce,Management] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
293 111944 544 747 Bachelor of Applied Management (Business Transformation and Change) CH3988 Business 8 Business Degree 1 7 360 3 Years Full time – 3 years, part time and evening options available. Received all year 22 January for February start, 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $6,030 -$6,600 per year $18,400 Advised before enrolment Base en

Gain the specialist skills to plan, lead and manage change within diverse businesses and organisations.

In your first year of study you will develop knowledge in core business strategies including accounting, business communication, commercial law, business heritage, culture and sustainability, marketing, computing, management and applied research.

In your second and third years the focus is on business transformation and change - you will be able to recognise where and when change is required and how to implement plans and monitor the change process. You will study:

  • Organisational Behaviour - Investigates the impact that individuals, groups, and structures have on staff behaviour.
  • Principles of Leadership - Builds personal capabilities with an understanding of effective leadership concepts and principles.
  • Project Management - Learn to create and use project plans using MS Project®.
  • Business Transformation and Change - Aligns business strategy, culture and management capability with the need for efficient transitions.
  • Strategic Management - Explores organisational effectiveness with well-structured strategic goals, plans and actions.

As part of your studies you will also complete a cooperative education project where you will work hands-on within a business environment applying your learning for a minimum of 400 hours.

You will also complete a significant research project for your host organisation.

On completion of this qualification you will have developed expertise to recognise where change is required. Additionally you will have the skill to plan for change, recognising and integrating organisational needs while ensuring a focus on staff is not lost. To complete your skills you will have the ability to implement and monitor change processes.

Career opportunities include project leadership, change management/advisory roles, coaching, training/learning and development, strategic planning, performance management and organisational development roles.

With this qualification you can complete any of our graduate diplomas in a different area of business to enhance your skills.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an application form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of three approved* subjects and

    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • A current training agreement and employment in the industry.
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing / ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Bachelor-of-Applied-Management-Event-Management.xml [a-z: Business,Commerce,Event management,Management] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
288 111958 542 745 Bachelor of Applied Management (Event Management) CH3988 Business 8 Business Degree 1 7 360 3 Years Full time – 3 years, part time and evening options available. Received all year 22 January for February start, 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $6,030 -$6,600 per year $18,400 Advised before enrolment Base en

Develop the specialist skills to ensure that entertainment, conferences and marketing events are run smoothly. Our in-depth qualification covers all the facets required to create and manage successful events.

In your first year of study you will develop knowledge in business strategies and operations with core studies in accounting, business communication, commercial law, business heritage, culture and sustainability, marketing, computing, management and applied research.

For the following two years we spotlight the skills, knowledge and abilities you need to become a proficient manager of events with studies including:

  • Event Logistics - Develops conceptual thinking, strategic planning and tactical skills.
  • Event Planning and Management - Uses current theory to plan, manage and evaluate events and conferences.
  • Project Management - Examines planning terminology and principles, and project plans created using MS Project®.
  • Event Marketing and Sponsorship - Covers planning, monitoring, evaluating and controlling funding arrangements.
  • Event Project - Create, plan, manage, and evaluate an event or event related project.

Cooperative Education Project - with this aspect of our programme you will work within a real business environment applying your learning for a minimum of 400 hours. You will also complete a significant research project for your host organisation.

A career in event management will take you from a novice event organiser to a proficient manager of events. You will develop a wide ranging understanding of event planning, including the scheduling of multiple facets of an event. In addition you will develop the logistical skills to manage event components.

Career opportunities include fundraising, conferences, festivals, arts and tourism event management, facility based event management, public relations, sponsorship and marketing.

Our Graduate Diploma in Event Management will extend your prospects in this sector.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an application form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of three approved* subjects and

    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing / ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Bachelor-of-Applied-Management-Hospitality-Management.xml [a-z: Business,Hospitality,Management] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
837 223077 815 983 Bachelor of Applied Management (Hospitality Management) CH3988 Business 8 Business Degree 1 7 360 0 Weeks Full time - 3 years Received all year 22 January for February start, 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street To be confimed To be confimed Advised before enrolment

Become a front-runner in the hospitality sector with the professional management tools required to successfully lead food and beverage services, front office operations, and accommodation and facilities management.

In your first year of study you will develop knowledge in business strategies and operations with core subjects in accounting, business communication, commercial law, business heritage, culture and sustainability, marketing, computing, management and applied research.

You will focus on sales and marketing in the second and third years and will gain the specialist skills to be able to sell like a professional.

Your study will cover:

  • Food and beverage operations management
  • Front office operations management
  • Accommodation and facilities management
  • Food and beverage management

plus your choice of:

  • Event logistics
  • Consumer behaviour
  • Organisational behaviour
  • Project management

Cooperative Education Project
You will also participate in a hands-on Cooperative Education Project within a real business environment where you'll apply your learning for a minimum 400 hours and complete a significant research project for your host organisation.

Graduates with this degree will be capable in roles supporting or running business units or enterprises in the hospitality sector. Starting a new hospitality-focused business would be a natural step as a graduate with a breadth of business knowledge grounded within the hospitality industry.

Our Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management or Graduate Diploma in Event Management will extend your career prospects and further your knowledge of this business area.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an application form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of three approved* subjects and

    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    • Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.
  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing/ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Bachelor-of-Applied-Management-Human-Resource-Management.xml [a-z: Business,Commerce,Human resource management] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
300 111964 547 750 Bachelor of Applied Management (Human Resource Management) CH3988 Business 8 Business Degree 1 7 360 3 Years Full time – 3 years, part time and evening options available Received all year 22 January for February start, 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $6,030 -$6,600 per year $18,400 Advised before enrolment Base en

Staff management is one of the many challenges of running a business. With our qualification you will gain the knowledge and abilities you require to support the successful development and management of a highly effective workforce.

In your first year of study we broaden your knowledge with core business strategies and operational subjects including accounting, business communication, commercial law, business heritage, culture and sustainability, marketing, computing, management and applied research.

During the next two years we place emphasis on the specialist aspects of human resource management with studies including:

  • Human Resources - Features the roles, functions and application of human resource management within contemporary New Zealand organisations.
  • Industrial Relations - Applies knowledge of relevant legislation, processes and practices, and the relationship of the parties involved.
  • Organisational Behaviour - Investigates the impact that individuals, groups, and structures have on staff behaviour.
  • Advanced Human Resource Management - Details how human resource strategy and practice can support and be integrated with business strategy.
  • Contemporary Issues In Human Resource Management - Examines local, national and international issues and evaluates their impact on the Human Resource professional s and the Human Resource function within the organisation.

Cooperative Education Project - With this aspect of our programme you will work 'hands-on' within a real business environment applying your learning for a minimum of 400 hours. You will also complete a significant research project for your host organisation.

Graduates can start out in general advisory human resource roles within diverse environments including businesses, industrial plants and public entities or as a general operational HR Officer in a small organisation.

Our Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management will extend your career prospects and further your knowledge of this business area.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an application form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of three approved* subjects and

    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing / ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Bachelor-of-Applied-Management-Innovation-and-Entrepreneurship-.xml [a-z: Business,Commerce,Entrepreneurship,Innovation and entrepreneurship,Management] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
291 111966 543 746 Bachelor of Applied Management (Innovation and Entrepreneurship ) CH3988 Business 8 Business Degree 1 7 360 3 Years Full time – 3 years, part time and evening options available. Received all year 22 January for February start, 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $6,030 -$6,600 per year $18,400 Advised before enrolment Base en

Succeed in entrepreneurial environments with our degree developing the specialist skills you need to lead product and service innovations.

In your first year of study we broaden your knowledge with core business strategies and operational subjects including accounting, business communication, commercial law, business heritage, culture and sustainability, marketing, computing, management and applied research. In your second and third years, your specialisation considers all aspects of design methodology, the business development cycle and marketplace challenges with studies including:

  • Entrepreneurship - Outlines the principles, theories and practice of entrepreneurship and its significance to economic well-being.
  • Innovation and Creativity - Examines how to establish and maintain competitive advantage with the influence of creativity and innovation within a business environment.
  • Strategic Planning for Small Business - Considers New Zealand relevant strategies.
  • Managing for Growth - Evaluates the challenge of managing change in organisations seeking high growth, innovation, globalisation and/or entrepreneurial strategies.
  • Product Development - Details the appropriate tools and methods for achieving best outcomes and effective management across all aspects of new product and service developments.

Cooperative Education Project - With this aspect of our programme you will work 'hands-on' within a real business environment applying your learning for a minimum of 400 hours. You will also complete a significant research project for your host organisation.

Graduates can use this programme to establish their own entrepreneurial ventures, work as business advisors in the areas of product development and innovation management, or manage new or established ventures poised for high-growth, at both national and international levels.

Study any other graduate diploma in business to enhance your skills.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an application form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of three approved* subjects and

    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccal

    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, oraureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you are also required to provide evidence of your English language skills. Refer also to the Acceptable Alternatives Chart which includes credits in English-rich subjects from New Zealand educational institutions. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing / ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Bachelor-of-Applied-Management-Operations-and-Production-Management.xml [a-z: Business,Commerce,Management] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
303 111985 549 752 Bachelor of Applied Management (Operations and Production Management) CH3988 Business 8 Business Degree 1 7 360 3 Years 3 years, part time and evening options available. Received all year 22 January for February start, 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $6,030 -$6,600 per year $18,400 Advised before enrolment Base en

Develop the specialist skills and organisational strengths you need to support a career creating greater efficiency and increased productivity within diverse commercial settings.

. In your first year of study we broaden your knowledge with core business strategies and operational subjects including accounting, business communication, commercial law, business heritage, culture and sustainability, marketing, computing, management and applied research. In the following two years, our degree programme examines all aspects of the Operations and Production Management major with studies in:

  • Intermediate Management Accounting - Covers the processes and information required for effective planning, control and decision making.
  • Operations Management - Develops the concepts and analytical methods for transforming inputs into completed goods and services via the management of people and resources.
  • Project Management - Appraises project plans using MS Project® and explores the basic principles and terminology of project management.
  • Resource Integration Management - Examines aspects of supply chain management, business facility layout/modification and engineering economics, and their relation to effective business operation, technical management, project management and production of goods and services.
  • Product Development - Evaluates appropriate tools and methods for achieving best outcomes and effective management across all facets of new product and service developments.

Cooperative Education Project - With this aspect of our programme you will work 'hands-on' within a real business environment applying your learning for a minimum of 400 hours. You will also complete a significant research project for your host organisation.

On graduation you will have the skills and capability to apply for roles like production manager, office manager and branch manager or trainee positions that will lead to these positions.

Study any other graduate diploma in business to enhance your skills.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an application form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of three approved* subjects and

    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing / ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Bachelor-of-Applied-Management-Personal-Financial-Planning.xml [a-z: Business] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
1019 291405 969 1163 Bachelor of Applied Management (Personal Financial Planning) CH3988 Business 8 Business Degree 1 7 360 0 Weeks Full time - 3 years, part time and evening class options Received all year Please enquire February Christchurch - Madras Street $5900 - $6500 per year $17,950 Advised on enrolment

Learn how to help investors make good choices, navigate risk and achieve their financial goals.

This programme will equip you with the skills, knowledge and industry practices required to work as a personal financial planner with a high standard of professional proficiency and ethics.

Core subjects include accounting, business communication, commercial law, business heritage, culture and sustainability, marketing, computing, management and applied research. Compulsory courses include taxation, introduction to finance, personal financial planning, financial risk management and insurance, and advanced personal financial planning.

A broad range of elective courses will enrich your qualification in specialised areas, while a 200-hour, hands-on project within a real business environment will add to your expertise and ensure you're ready for employment as a professional personal financial planner.

Upon successful completion of your degree you'll be equipped to work as an advice practitioner in the areas of financial planning, insurance, investment and estate planning.

You'll possess the skills and expertise required to work as a specialist in personal financial planning within a variety of financial, insurance and legal service institutions, or as a self-managed business practitioner specialising in personal financial planning.

The Bachelor of Applied Management in Personal Financial Planning fulfils the academic requirements needed to gain the designation of Certified Financial PlannerCM (CFPCM). It also provides the pathway to full membership of Institute of Financial Advisors.

To apply for this programme please:

  • Complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience, talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning.

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include

    • 14 credits at Level 3 in each of three approved* subjects and
    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you are also required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. Refer also to the Acceptable Alternatives Chart which includes credits in English-rich subjects from New Zealand educational institutions. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing/ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Bachelor-of-Applied-Management-Project-Management.xml [a-z: Business,Commerce,Project management,Management] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
305 111986 550 753 Bachelor of Applied Management (Project Management) CH3988 Business 8 Business Degree 1 7 360 3 Years Full time – 3 years, part time and evening options available. Received all year 22 January for February start, 23 June for July start February, July Madras Street Campus $6,030 - $6,600 per year $18,400 Advised before enrolment Base en

Build your project planning expertise as well as your management skills to ensure projects are completed successfully on time and within budget.

. In your first year you will develop your knowledge in core business strategies and operations, you will study accounting, business communication, commercial law, business heritage, culture and sustainability, marketing, computing, management and applied research. During the second and third years you will specialise in project management where you will focus on the many inter-related aspects of a project, subjects include:

  • Introduction to Finance - Applies financial management knowledge and skills to small and medium size businesses for decision-making purposes.
  • Operations Management - Develops knowledge of the methods for transforming inputs into completed goods and services through the management of people and resources.
  • Project Management - Appraises project plans using MS Project® and explores the basic principles and terminology of project management.
  • Advanced Project Management - Follows the principles and content of the Project Management Institute's PMBOK® and its application and evaluation to the workplace.
  • Resource Integration Management - Examines supply chain management, business facility layout/modification and engineering economics with their relation to effective business operation, technical and project management, and production of goods and services.

Cooperative Education Project - with this aspect of our programme you will work within a real business environment applying your learning for a minimum of 400 hours. You will also complete a significant research project for your host organisation.

With this qualification career opportunities include project manager positions as well as management roles requiring expertise in planning, execution, and closing of business projects throughout diverse private and public industry sectors.

Our Graduate Diploma in Operations and Production Management can expand your skills and knowledge of these principles and practices.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an application form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of three approved* subjects and

    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/approved-subjects-for-university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you are also required to provide evidence of your English language skills. Refer also to the Acceptable Alternatives Chart which includes credits in English-rich subjects from New Zealand educational institutions. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing / ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Bachelor-of-Applied-Management-Retail-Management.xml [a-z: Business] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
1021 293503 972 1165 Bachelor of Applied Management (Retail Management) CH3988 Business 8 Business Degree 1 7 360 0 Weeks Full time - 3 years, part time available Received all year 22 January for February start, 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $5900 - $6500 $18,650 Advised on enrolment

Acquire the management skills required to excel in today's competitive retail environment.

This programme looks in-depth at a wide range of retail-related areas, with a focus on strategic decision making around the resources used to develop and sustain a high performing retail business.

Areas covered include ownership models, channel management, human capital, technology use and adoption, customer experience and merchandising.

You'll learn how to critically evaluate management and marketing concepts in a range of retailing environments; identify and analyse opportunities for improvement; and create strategies for building and sustaining a retail enterprise.

In addition, you'll have the opportunity to utilise all that you've learned during a 400 hour internship in a real-world retail environment.

With this degree you'll be equipped with a range of skills and expertise and ready to enter retail-related positions in marketing, category management and merchandising.

With this qualification you can broaden your skills with a graduate diploma in another area of business.

To apply for this programme please:

  • Complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience, talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning.

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include

    • 14 credits at Level 3 in each of three approved* subjects and
    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you are also required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. Refer also to the Acceptable Alternatives Chart which includes credits in English-rich subjects from New Zealand educational institutions. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing/ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Bachelor-of-Applied-Management-Sales-and-Marketing.xml [a-z: Business,Commerce,Marketing,Sales and marketing] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
308 111991 551 754 Bachelor of Applied Management (Sales and Marketing) CH3988 Business 8 Business Degree 1 7 360 3 Years Full time – 3 years, part time and evening options available. Received all year 22 January for February start, 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $6,030 -$6,600 per year $18,400 Advised before enrolment Base en

Become a dynamic marketing force with our qualification, giving you all of the professional tools you need to successfully identify local and international markets, and establish enduring business and consumer relationships.

In your first year of study you will develop knowledge in business strategies and operations with core subjects in accounting, business communication, commercial law, business heritage, culture and sustainability, marketing, computing, management and applied research. You will focus on sales and marketing in the second and third years and will gain the specialist skills to be able to sell like a professional. Your study includes:

  • Consumer Behaviour - Develops knowledge of active marketing and communication strategies to reach consumer and organisation markets.
  • Market Development and Sales - Applies the principles and practices to successfully manage the sales function.
  • Marketing Planning and Control - Covers production of an operational marketing plan.
  • International Marketing - Develops understanding of global perspectives and challenges.
  • Strategic Marketing - Evaluates and cultivates strategic thinking capacity.

Cooperative Education Project - with this aspect of our programme you will work 'hands-on' within a real business environment applying your learning for a minimum of 400 hours. You will also complete a significant research project for your host organisation. a significant research project for your host organisation.

Graduates with this degree will be capable in roles like sales and marketing management, retail management, marketing research, market analyst, advertising, public relations, as well as international environments promoting global business campaigns or working for multinational corporations.

You can study any of our other graduate diploma in business to enhance your skills.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an application form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of three approved* subjects and

    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing / ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Bachelor-of-Applied-Management-Supply-Chain-Logistics.xml [a-z: Business] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
1020 292144 971 1164 Bachelor of Applied Management (Supply Chain Logistics) CH3988 Business 8 Business Degree 1 7 360 0 Weeks Full time – 3 years, part time and evening options available. Received all year 22 January for February start, 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $5900 - $6500 $17,950 Advised on enrolment

Learn how to recognise, analyse and solve global logistics and supply chain issues.

This comprehensive, hands-on programme covers project management, operations management and e-commerce in relation to supply chain logistics.

You'll learn from industry experts how to identify important phases of supply chain and logistical management from internal and external perspectives; evaluate and critique existing operations; identify supply chain and logistical issues; and create effective and sustainable management solutions.

You'll also gain a practical understanding of e-commerce and its role in business; develop concepts and analytical methods for managing people and resources; explore the basic principles and terminology of project management; and appraise project plans using MSProject.

A key component of your studies will be a work placement of 400 hours. During this time you'll be immersed in a real-word industry environment and have the opportunity to produce work of the highest quality as evidence of your development.

Career opportunities in supply chain and logistics are many and varied, ranging from procurement to production and distribution. As a graduate, your analytical, planning and decision-making skills can be applied in industries as diverse as aviation, construction, manufacturing and retail.

With this qualification you can expand your expertise with a graduate diploma in another area of business.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience, talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning.

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include:

    • 14 credits at Level 3 in each of three approved* subjects and
    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you are also required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. Refer also to the Acceptable Alternatives Chart which includes credits in English-rich subjects from New Zealand educational institutions. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing/ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Bachelor-of-Applied-Science-Human-Nutrition-.xml [a-z: Applied science,Health,Human nutrition,Science,Nutrition] [keywords: ] [subject: Human_nutrition]
737 147672 704 883 Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Nutrition) CH3981 Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health 64 Health Science Degree 1 7 360 0 Weeks Full time - 3 years, part time also available 2 December, late applications may be considered Please enquire February. July start may be available, please enquire. Christchurch - Madras Street $6,400 - $7,100 $21,270 $1000 textbooks, travel to work placements

In our full time three year programme you will study theory and develop the practical skills needed for working in sports, health and wellness sectors.

Nutrition is a science with real-life applications, providing a range of transferable skills and leading to a variety of careers. Nutrition involves the study of nutrients in food, how the body absorbs and uses these nutrients for growth and maintenance, and the relationship between diet, health and disease.

Nutrition is increasingly relevant in today's society due to its impact on the health of individuals, communities and populations. This specialisation will provide you with expertise in nutrition, and an awareness of what influences the nutrition of individuals and groups in New Zealand and globally.

As people are starting to take more responsibility for their own health to prevent illness, they are faced with a confusing range of often conflicting nutrition information. This programme will equip you with the ability to identify good sources of nutrition information in an ever-changing environment to empower people to make healthier food choices and make a difference in the lives of individuals and communities.

A sample of areas covered within the degree includes:

  • Metabolic processes and how nutrients in food affect the human body
  • Application of nutrition science to enhance the health of community groups
  • Effects of major nutrition-related factors on non-communicable diseases that impact on the health of developed nations
  • Identification of reliable sources of up-to-date nutritional information
  • Communication of nutrition principles in a range of contexts using awareness of psychological, cultural and environmental influences on eating behaviour
  • The use of genetics, physiology, culture, environment and social issues to assist in the management of body composition and nutrition choices
  • Work placements with nutrition education programmes, health promotion organisations (governmental and non-governmental), nutrition consultancies, community initiatives, workplace wellbeing programmes and school holiday programmes

On completion of this programme you will have a qualification that enables you to work with people to set goals, improve their diet and exercise regimes.

  • Public health and private nutrition consultancies
  • Health science research
  • Health promotion
  • Product development

Add to this qualification with our Graduate Diploma in Sustainability and Outdoor Education.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an applied science domestic application pack or an applied science international application pack.

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of:

    • biology or human biology or physical education
    • another subject, preferably core health/health education, physics, statistics, mathematics, chemistry, geography, home economics and psychology. (Human Nutrition specialisation applicants must have a minimum of 14 credits in Chemistry at Level 2)
    • one other subject from the list of approved subjects*
    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

  • Successful completion of the Certificate in Fitness and 14 NCEA Level 2 credits in chemistry or equivalent.

Additional requirements
  • Successful applicants will be required to complete a New Zealand Police Consent to Disclosure of Information form depending on their placement. The form will be sent to the Police Licensing and Vetting Service, and returned in confidence to the Head of School. Information on the NZ Police Vetting Service is available from the New Zealand Police website.

  • Provide evidence of good character and personal attributes via two referee reports.

  • Applicants who meet academic entry criteria may be required to attend an interview.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you are also required to provide evidence of your English language skills. Refer also to the Acceptable Alternatives Chart which includes credits in English-rich subjects from New Zealand educational institutions. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

All applicants must meet the academic entry criteria for the identified Bachelor of Applied Science specialisation. Should the number of applicants exceed the available places a wait list will be maintained. Applicants may be invited for interview by phone or face to face if further information is required. Final selection is based on both academic and other entry criteria, such as knowledge of and previous experience within the spcialisation areas, and effective organisational and communication skills. Provisional entry does not apply.

Applications close on 2 December each year but late applications will be considered where spaces are available.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Physical Education
  • Science
  • Chemistry
Academic 6.5 7.0 6.5 6.5 7.0

Bachelor-of-Applied-Science-Physical-Activity-and-Health-Promotion.xml [a-z: Applied science,Fitness,Health,Science,Physical activity, health and wellness,Personal training] [keywords: ] [subject: Health_promotion]
503 147669 663 846 Bachelor of Applied Science (Physical Activity and Health Promotion) CH3981 Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health 64 Health Science Degree 1 7 360 0 Weeks Full time - 3 years, part time also available 2 December, late applications may be considered Please enquire February. July start may be available, please enquire. Christchurch - Madras Street $6,400 - $7,100 $21,270 $1000 textbooks, travel to work placements Base en

In our full time three year programme you will study theory and develop the practical skills needed for working in sports, health and wellness sectors.

The incorporation of physical activity in everyday life, alongside other healthy lifestyle choices, reduces the risk of developing non-communicable chronic diseases, which can affect the body and mind.

Health promoters take a holistic view of health. Their aim is to achieve optimal health and wellbeing for all through sustainable behaviour change, supported by changes in physical, social, and economic environments. They work with individuals, groups and often whole communities, empowering them to make healthier choices like including physical activity in everyday life.

Our degree in Physical Activity and Health Promotion covers all of these diverse aspects and provides you with the communication, problem solving, critical analysis and teamwork skills required within the multidisciplinary field of health promotion.

Some of the areas covered within the degree include:

  • The determinants of health and health inequalities
  • Settings-based approaches to health promotion - where we live, learn, work and play
  • Cultural understandings of health within the context of Aotearoa/New Zealand
  • Disability, health and independent living
  • Physical activity prescription in health and disease, and for rehabilitation
  • Research design and implementation
  • Work placements with physical activity and health organisations (eg Heart Foundation, Cancer Society, government agencies)

On completion of this programme you will have a qualification that enables you to work with people to set goals, improve their diet and exercise regimes.

  • Physical activity development
  • Lifestyle consultant
  • Physical activity prescription specialist
  • Health promotion
  • Health science research

Add to this qualification with our Graduate Diploma in Sustainability and Outdoor Education.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an applied science domestic application pack or an applied science international application pack.

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of:

    • biology or human biology or physical education
    • another subject, preferably core health/health education, physics, statistics, mathematics, chemistry, geography and psychology. (Human Nutrition specialisation applicants must have a minimum of 14 credits in Chemistry at Level 2)
    • one other subject from the list of approved subjects*
    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

  • Successful completion of the Certificate in Pre Health and Science programme of study towards the Bachelor of Applied Science or the Certificate in Fitness.

Additional requirements
  • Successful applicants will be required to complete a New Zealand Police Consent to Disclosure of Information form depending on their placement. The form will be sent to the Police Licensing and Vetting Service, and returned in confidence to the Head of School. Information on the NZ Police Vetting Service is available from the New Zealand Police website.

  • Provide evidence of good character and personal attributes via two referee reports.

  • Applicants who meet academic entry criteria may be required to attend an interview.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you are also required to provide evidence of your English language skills. Refer also to the Acceptable Alternatives Chart which includes credits in English-rich subjects from New Zealand educational institutions. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

All applicants must meet the academic entry criteria for the identified Bachelor of Applied Science specialisation. Should the number of applicants exceed the available places a wait list will be maintained. Applicants may be invited for interview by phone or face to face if further information is required. Final selection is based on both academic and other entry criteria, such as knowledge of and previous experience within the spcialisation areas, and effective organisational and communication skills. Provisional entry does not apply.

Applications close on 2 December each year but late applications will be considered where spaces are available.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Physical Education
  • Science
Academic 6.5 7.0 6.0 6.0 7.0

Bachelor-of-Applied-Science-Sport-and-Exercise-Science.xml [a-z: Applied science,Fitness,Health,Sports training,Sport and exercise science,Science,Personal training] [keywords: ] [subject: Sport_science]
506 147670 664 847 Bachelor of Applied Science (Sport and Exercise Science) CH3981 Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health 64 Health Science Degree 1 7 360 0 Weeks Full time - 3 years, part time also available 2 December, late applications may be considered Please enquire February. July start may be available, please enquire. Christchurch - Madras Street $6,400 - $7,100 $21,270 $1,000 textbooks, travel to work placements Base en

In our full time three year programme you will study theory and develop the practical skills needed for working in sports, health and wellness sectors.

The essence of this programme is the belief that the application of scientific theory and principles to sport and exercise will enhance performance. As such, you'll gain hands-on experience with a wide range of modern equipment in both a laboratory and field-based environments, and you'll learn how to evaluate, facilitate and/or enhance sports performance in a wide range of contexts.

Some of the areas covered within the degree include:

  • The application of sports science in New Zealand
  • The relationship between sports science disciplines including exercise physiology sports nutrition, biomechanics and sports psychology
  • Applied sport science testing
  • Training for enhanced sports performance
  • Assessing and tracking changes in performance
  • Industry experience in a wide range of high performance environments such as The Crusaders, Canterbury Rugby Football Union and High Performance Sport New Zealand

On completion of this programme you will have a qualification that enables you to work with people to set goals, improve their diet and exercise regimes.

  • Sports and exercise organisations and businesses
  • Consultant work
  • Fitness training
  • Sport and exercise science research

Add to this qualification with our Graduate Diploma in Sustainability and Outdoor Education.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an applied science domestic application pack or an applied science international pack.

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of:

    • biology or human biology or physical education
    • another subject, preferably core health/health education, physics, statistics, mathematics, chemistry, geography and psychology. (Human Nutrition specialisation applicants must have a minimum of 14 credits in Chemistry at Level 2)
    • one other subject from the list of approved subjects*
    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Successful completion of the Certificate in Pre Health and Science programme of study towards the Bachelor of Applied Science or the Certificate in Fitness.

  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • Successful applicants will be required to complete a New Zealand Police Consent to Disclosure of Information form depending on their placement. The form will be sent to the Police Licensing and Vetting Service, and returned in confidence to the Head of School. Information on the NZ Police Vetting Service is available from the New Zealand Police website.

  • Provide evidence of good character and personal attributes via two referree reports.

  • Interview Applicants who meet academic entry criteria may be required to attend an interview.
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you are also required to provide evidence of your English language skills. Refer also to the Acceptable Alternatives Chart which includes credits in English-rich subjects from New Zealand educational institutions. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

All applicants must meet the academic entry criteria for the identified Bachelor of Applied Science specialisation. Should the number of applicants exceed the available places a wait list will be maintained. Applicants may be invited for interview by phone or face to face if further information is required. Final selection is based on both academic and other entry criteria, such as knowledge of and previous experience within the spcialisation areas, and effective organisational and communication skills. Provisional entry does not apply.

Applications close on 2 December each year but late applications will be considered where spaces are available.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Physical Education
  • Science
  • Biology

Academic 6.5 7.0 6.0 6.0 7.0

Bachelor-of-Architectural-Studies-Architectural-Technology.xml [a-z: Architectural studies] [keywords: ] [subject: Architectural_technology]
317 112240 589 788 Bachelor of Architectural Studies (Architectural Technology) CH3900 Architectural Studies 3 Architectural_technology Degree 1 7 360 3 Years Full time - 3 years Received all year Please enquire February Christchurch - Madras Street $7,685 - $8,235 $20,865 $1000

Use your creativity to explore construction principles and technology when you specialise in architectural technology. Our degree will give you the skills and knowledge to pursue a career in the architectural design profession.

During the first two years of the programme we will take you through foundation studies in drawing, computer-aided design, building design and related sciences. You will also study building legislation and codes as they relate to architecture.

In your final year you will specialise in architectural technology with a focus on technological subjects such as:

  • Construction and Technology
  • Architectural Science
  • Computer aided design

You'll spend about 40 hours a week in practical workshops, lectures and undertaking your own independent research and practice. It's pretty much a 9-5 timetable. In your first year of study you can expect to spend about 20-25 hours per week in class and 15-20 hours in independent study.

On completion of this qualification, you will have gained dual knowledge in both the technical and the design aspects of the built environment.

Career opportunities include working as team members in an established architectural practice, and eventually setting up your own practice, or choosing to continue your studies to become a registered architect.

You can apply to staircase into a five year Bachelor of Architecture or higher degree, at another institute to become a Registered Architect.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an architectural studies domestic application pack or an architectural studies international application pack.

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of three approved* subjects and

    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • Portfolio
    All applicants must provide a portfolio demonstrating design, graphic and/or art skills equivalent to NCEA Level 3. Contact the School of Architectural Studies for details of the portfolio requirements.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    • Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.
  • Art
  • Graphics
  • Design
  • Photography
  • Painting
  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
Academic 6.5 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Bachelor-of-Broadcasting-Communications-Broadcast-Journalism.xml [a-z: Broadcasting communications,Journalism,Media] [keywords: NZBS, nzbs] [subject: Broadcasting]
327 114052 597 796 Bachelor of Broadcasting Communications (Broadcast Journalism) CH3714 Creative Industries 6 Broadcasting Degree 1 7 360 3 Years Full time – 2 ½ years. A part time “Executive” option is also available Due 30 September Please enquire February Christchurch - Madras Street $9,400 - $10,000 $21,970 $1000 per year

We're preparing you to face the world of broadcast and on-line news and current affairs head-on with our internationally renowned journalism degree.

Our Bachelor of Broadcasting Communications, specialising in broadcast journalism is a practical programme which provides you with all the skills and theory you need to break news stories and be actively involved with the production of news for radio, television or online media.

Early in your studies you will develop a strong grounding in broadcasting and communications theory, including writing, researching and gathering and producing news for our radio station and television broadcast.

To maximise your employment prospects our programme is continuously improved based on industry advice and collaboration.

You finish your degree with a 24 week industry internship, giving you more real world experience, building your industry contacts and giving you the edge when it comes to securing your first job.

Find out more about studying broadcasting

A Bachelor of Broadcasting Communications graduate is ready to establish a career working in newsrooms throughout the country as a writer, reporter, presenter, editor or researcher.

Use this qualification as a foundation for further postgraduate study in media and communications.

To apply for this programme please complete:

  • Complete a broadcasting application pack and a Admission & Enrolment form or an international application form and send it back to us.

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of 3 subjects from the list of approved subjects*, and 10 credits in approved literacy standards at Level 3*, and

    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

    Interview

    Applicants will be shortlisted for an interview.

    Porfolio

    As outlined in the Broadcasting Application Pack you should include:

    • the completed portfolio requirements
    • two reports on the applicant
    • copy, voice or video depending on the specialisation the applicant is applying for.
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

When there are limited spaces available we follow a selection process ranking applicants based on your application. Waitlisting is also available for this programme.

  • English or English-rich subjects
  • Media studies
  • Relevant industry experience
Academic 6.5 7.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Bachelor-of-Broadcasting-Communications-Radio-Broadcasting.xml [a-z: Broadcasting communications,Radio,Media] [keywords: NZBS, nzbs] [subject: Broadcasting]
328 114070 598 797 Bachelor of Broadcasting Communications (Radio Broadcasting) CH3714 Creative Industries 6 Broadcasting Degree 1 7 360 3 Years Full time – 2 ½ years. A part time “Executive” option is also available Due 30 September Please enquire February Christchurch - Madras Street $9,400 - $10,000 $21,970 $1000 per year

Our specialisation in radio broadcasting is highly regarded throughout New Zealand. Our graduates become confident in all professional aspects needed to excel in radio broadcasting and related digital media.

In our practical programme we provide you with skills and theory in professional broadcast and on-line radio. We develop your understanding of the changing media environment, your practical research skills and prepare you for a first time position in radio.

You will study production and performance while operating a commercial radio station, with your programme broadcast throughout the greater Canterbury region.

Our courses are strongly influenced and continuously advised by industry groups such as NZME, Mediaworks and The Radio Broadcasters Association.

A 24 week industry internship will provide a highly effective link between the theoretical and practical aspects of broadcasting, and give you a working understanding of the industry demands of working in a deadline driven environment.

All of this will stand you in the best stead possible to begin a career in Radio Broadcasting.

Find out more about studying broadcasting

Graduates may move into stand-alone or network radio station operations in roles as diverse as on-air presenting, creative writing, digital content creation, programming, production, sales, marketing, or programme making.

Use this qualification as a foundation for further postgraduate study in media and communications.

To apply for this programme please complete:

  • Complete a broadcasting application pack and a Admission and Enrolment form or an international application form and send it back to us.

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of 3 subjects from the list of approved subjects*, and 10 credits in approved literacy standards at Level 3*, and

    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • Interview Applicants who meet academic entry criteria may be required to attend an interview.
  • Portfolio As described in the New Zealand Broadcasting School Portfolio Requirements form and includes:
    • the completed portfolio requirements
    • two reports on the applicant
    • copy,voice or video depending on the specialisation the applicant is applying for.
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

When there are limited spaces available we follow a selection process ranking applicants based on your application. Waitlisting is also available for this programme.

  • English or English-rich subjects
  • Media studies
  • Relevant industry experience
Academic 6.5 7.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Bachelor-of-Broadcasting-Communications-Screen-and-Television-Production.xml [a-z: Broadcasting communications,Film,Media] [keywords: NZBS, nzbs] [subject: Broadcasting]
326 114063 596 795 Bachelor of Broadcasting Communications (Screen and Television Production) CH3714 Creative Industries 6 Broadcasting Degree 1 7 360 3 Years Full time – 2 ½ years. A part time “Executive” option is also available 30 September Please enquire February Christchurch - Madras Street $9,400- $10,000 $21,970 $1000 per year

Our degree develops your ability to respond to the dynamic changes taking place in the screen media and entertainment industries.

This practical degree programme covers a broad range of in-depth production skills for the creation of screen-based productions.

You will learn to create a full range of screen genres, including drama, light entertainment, music videos, commercials, documentary and news, from conception to publication.

We prepare you for entry into the screen industry with professional competencies matched to industry standards. This programme is kept relevant and cutting edge through continuous feedback from the industry.

Your career connections will be advanced with a 24 week industry internship in a broadcast media or production company. When you graduate from the New Zealand Broadcasting School you will be able to meet the needs of the industry from your very first day on the job.

Find out more about studying broadcasting

Our broadcasting graduates have a high success rate when it comes to getting jobs in the screen industry. You can look forward to building a successful career as a:

  • Producer
  • Director
  • Researcher
  • Screenwriter
  • Or in a technical field like camera, sound or post production.

Use this qualification as a foundation for further postgraduate study in media and communications.

To apply for this programme please:

  • Complete a broadcasting application pack and a Admission and Enrolment form or an international application form and send it back to us.

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of 3 subjects from the list of approved subjects*, and 10 credits in approved literacy standards at Level 3*, and

    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • Portfolio
  • Interview Applicants who meet academic entry criteria may be required to attend an interview.
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

When there are limited spaces available we follow a selection process ranking applicants based on your application. Waitlisting is also available for this programme.

  • English or English-rich subjects
  • Media studies
  • ICT or Digital Media related subjects
  • Relevant industry experience
Academic 6.5 7.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Bachelor-of-Design-Applied-Visual-Art.xml [a-z: Concept art,Design,Graphic design,Illustrator,Art] [keywords: ] [subject: Design]
323 114259 593 792 Bachelor of Design (Applied Visual Art) CH3756 Creative Industries 4 Art_and_design Degree 1 7 360 3 Years Full time - 3 years, part time available Received all year Please enquire February Christchurch - Madras Street $6,450 - $7,100 $20,860 $1000 per year

Learn how to frame and develop creative ideas through hands-on interaction with a range of media and prepare yourself for independent art practice in a studio environment.

Applied visual art aims to develop the student as an independent art practitioner or designer. Core skills taught include design strategies, drawing, printmaking and sculptural skills in a range of materials. In addition students will choose three courses from a range of electives, which will enable them to develop complementary skills in particular areas of interest.

As well as studio courses, students will complete a group of core courses in academic subjects. These include both professional and contextual studies, which will give them developed communication skills, a background in the history and sociology of creative practices, insights into contemporary professional ethics and some business skills.

Find out more about studying design

You will be well prepared to work within the wide and dynamic creative industries, either in companies or independently as a creative practitioner, craft cooperative designer, curator, gallery assistant, theatre/film/TV designer.

Our graduates work across areas like jewellery, ceramics, sculpture, illustration, fabric design and printing. They also take on design studio roles in a range of related industries including galleries, museums and theatres, or in art departments for film and television productions.

Graduates may choose to enrol in a wide range of programmes including postgraduate study:

  • Bachelor of Media Arts (Honours) (Wintec)
  • MFA (University of Canterbury)
  • PGDipFA (Massey)
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Art and Design (AUT) (Honours)

To apply for this programme please:

  • Complete the Admission and Enrolment Form and submit this with the other application requirements.

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
    • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of three approved* subjects and
    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • Portfolio Applicants for the Bachelor of Design are required to present a portfolio demonstrating their art/design work with their application. The portfolio comprises up to 16 photographs of visual work including art, graphic or design work in any media, giving clear evidence of your ability to generate ideas and concepts towards a specific purpose. Drawing (process, descriptive or imaginative), composition, and technical skills will be given special consideration.
  • Written statement
    Applicants are required to answer three set questions based on their portfolio and future aspirations.

  • Interview Applicants may be required to attend an interview if there are any questions raised by their portfolio or written statement.
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    • Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

When there are limited spaces available we follow a selection process ranking applicants based on your application. Waitlisting is also available for this programme.

  • Design
  • Photography
  • Art
  • Graphics
  • English or English-rich subjects
Academic 6.0 6.0 5.5 5.5 6.0

Bachelor-of-Design-Fashion-Technology-and-Design-.xml [a-z: Sewing,Pattern making,Fashion technology and design] [keywords: ] [subject: Fashion]
899 256751 876 1045 Bachelor of Design (Fashion Technology and Design) CH3756 Creative Industries 23 Fashion Degree 1 7 360 0 Weeks Full time - 3 years, part time available Received all year Please enquire February Christchurch - Madras Street $6,450 - $7,100 $20,860

Establish a name for yourself in the fashion industry by combining your flair, creativity and passion with professional expertise and technical skills.

Our degree programme aims to give you tools to become an independent designer or garment producer. You'll learn key skills in design strategy, drawing, garment construction and pattern making. You'll also get to choose two courses from a wide range of electives that will help you to develop specialist skills that suit your goals. As well as studio courses, you'll complete a group of core courses in academic subjects, including both professional and contextual studies, which will give you great communication skills, knowledge of a range of creative practices, and basic business skills.

You'll gain real-world industry experience in year one, hearing from guest speakers about their journeys and inspirations, and benefitting from the learning their career paths have given them. We'll also give you opportunities like competitions and fashion events to expose your work to the wider industry.

In year two you'll undertake a 40-hour industry placement, which is collection-based. Here you'll gain real world learning about current trends and marketing methods.

In the final year you'll have the opportunity, with the guidance of Ara fashion staff, to undertake a further 80-hour work placement where you'll design your own collection based on a designated brief. The company hosting your placement will critique your work and you'll gain invaluable industry experience from those at the top of your field.

To conclude your final year you'll undertake a major project encompassing all of the skills you've acquired in design, marketing, small business ownership and construction. This culminates in a fully professional catwalk show to an audience of your peers, your family, and industry representatives.

Find out more about studying fashion

With the expertise gained from completing this programme you'll be prepared for a range of roles and opportunities in the fashion industry.

These include becoming a:

  • fashion or textile designer
  • visual merchandiser/marketer
  • pattern maker/ tailor's assistant
  • online fashion retailer
  • costume designer
  • seamstress
  • stylist/design assistant

Graduates may choose to enrol in a wide range of programmes including postgraduate study including:

  • Bachelor of Media Arts (Honours) (Wintec)
  • MFA (University of Canterbury)
  • PGDipFA (Massey)
  • PstGrad Diploma in Art and Design

To apply for this programme please:

  • Complete the Admission and Enrolment Form and submit this with the other application requirements.

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of three approved* subjects and

    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • Portfolio Applicants for the Bachelor of Design are required to present a portfolio demonstrating their art/design work with their application. The portfolio comprises up to 16 photographs of visual work including art, graphic or design work in any media, giving clear evidence of your ability to generate ideas and concepts towards a specific purpose. Drawing (process, descriptive or imaginative), composition, and technical skills will be given special consideration.
  • Written Statement Applicants are required to answer three set questions based on their portfolio and future aspirations.

  • Interview Applicants may be required to attend an interview if there are any questions raised by their portfolio or written statement.
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    • Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

When there are limited spaces available we follow a selection process ranking applicants based on your application. Waitlisting is also available for this programme.

  • Design
  • Photography
  • Art
  • Graphics
  • English or English-rich subjects
Academic 6.0 6.0 5.5 5.5 6.0

Bachelor-of-Design-Motion-Design.xml [a-z: Animation,Design,Graphic design,Illustrator,Multimedia,Art] [keywords: ] [subject: Design]
325 115073 595 794 Bachelor of Design (Motion Design) CH3756 Creative Industries 4 Art_and_design Degree 1 7 360 3 Years Full time - 3 years, Received all year Please enquire February Christchurch - Madras Street $6,450 - $7,100 $20,860 $1000 per year

Harness your imagination and creativity and channel towards a career in the dynamic field of motion design.

This programme aims to develop you as an independent animator/film maker or concept artist. Core skills taught include design strategies, digital drawing, 3D modelling and animation, videography, sound design, post-production, motion graphics and concept art. In addition, you'll choose three courses from a range of electives, which will enable you to develop complementary skills in particular areas of interest.

As well as studio courses, you'll complete a group of core courses in academic subjects. These include both professional and contextual studies, which will give you developed communication skills, a background in the history and sociology of creative practices, insights into contemporary professional ethics and some business skills.

Find out more about studying design

This programme will prepare you for a variety of roles including:

  • digital animator
  • game designer
  • digital lighting rigger
  • videographer
  • motion graphic designer
  • concept artist
  • digital model maker

Graduates may choose to enrol in a wide range of programmes including postgraduate study including:

  • Bachelor of Media Arts (Honours) (Wintec)
  • MFA (University of Canterbury)
  • PGDipFA (Massey)
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Art and Design (AUT)

To apply for this programme please:

  • Complete the Admission and Enrolment Form and submit this with the other application requirements.

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of three approved* subjects and

    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • Portfolio Applicants for the Bachelor of Design are required to present a portfolio demonstrating their art/design work with their application. The portfolio comprises 16 photographs of visual work including art, graphic or design work in any media giving clear evidence of your ability to generate ideas and concepts towards a specific purpose. Drawing (process, descriptive or imaginative), composition, and technical skills will be given special consideration.
  • Written Statement Applicants are required to answer three set questions based on their portfolio and future aspirations.

  • Interview Applicants may be required to attend an interview if there are any questions raised by their portfolio or written statement.
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    • Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

When there are limited spaces available we follow a selection process ranking applicants based on your application. Waitlisting is also available for this programme.

  • Design
  • Photography
  • Art
  • English or English-rich subjects
  • Art history
Academic 6.0 6.0 5.5 5.5 6.0

Bachelor-of-Design-Photography.xml [a-z: Photography] [keywords: ] [subject: Photography,New_qualifications]
900 256752 877 1046 Bachelor of Design (Photography) CH3756 Creative Industries 47 Photography Degree 1 7 360 0 Weeks Full time - 3 years, part time available Received all year Please enquire February Christchurch - Madras Street $6,300 - $6,900 $20,860

Become an accomplished photographer, capable of working across a diverse spectrum of disciplines, and hone your artistic and professional skills for a fulfilling career behind the camera.

This programme aims to develop the student as an independent artist using lens-based media. Core skills taught include design strategies, studio and location-based photography, videography, post-production, and a range of photographic genres. In addition you'll choose three courses from a range of electives, which will enable them to develop complementary skills in particular areas of interest.

As well as studio courses, students complete a group of core courses in academic subjects. These include both professional and contextual studies, which will give them developed communication skills, a background in the history and sociology of creative practices, insights into contemporary professional ethics and some business skills.

You need to have a DSLR digital camera, with lens and dedicated flash and tripod. It is ideal for you to have a Mac notebook with Adobe Photoshop and the Adobe Design Suite is recommended.

Find out more about studying photography

Opportunities for graduate of this programme include:

  • freelance photographer
  • studio assistant/ second camera
  • independent creative practitioner
  • photography retailer
  • marketing assistant

Graduates can enrol in a wide range of programmes, including:

  • Bachelor of Media Arts (Honours) (Wintec)
  • MFA (University of Canterbury)
  • PGDipFA (Massey)
  • PostGrad Diploma in Art and Design (AUT)

To apply for this programme please:

  • Complete the Admission and Enrolment Form and submit this with the other application requirements.

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of three approved* subjects and

    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • Portfolio Applicants for the Bachelor of Design are required to present a portfolio demonstrating their art/design work with their application. The portfolio comprises up to 16 photographs of visual work including art, graphic or design work in any media, giving clear evidence of your ability to generate ideas and concepts towards a specific purpose. Drawing (process, descriptive or imaginative), composition, and technical skills will be given special consideration.
  • Written statement Applicants are required to answer three set questions based on their portfolio and future aspirations.

  • Interview Applicants may be required to attend an interview if there are any questions raised by their portfolio or written statement.
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    • Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

When there are limited spaces available we follow a selection process ranking applicants based on your application. Waitlisting is also available for this programme.

  • Design
  • Photography
  • Art
  • Graphics
  • English or English-rich subjects
  • Art history
Academic 6.0 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

Bachelor-of-Design-Visual-Communication-Design.xml [a-z: Design,Graphic design,Illustrator,Art] [keywords: ] [subject: Design]
324 114268 594 793 Bachelor of Design (Visual Communication Design) CH3756 Creative Industries 4 Art_and_design Degree 1 7 360 3 Years Full time - 3 years, part time available Received all year. Please enquire February Christchurch - Madras Street $6,450 - $7,100 $20,860 $1000 per year

Advertising, marketing and communication design for both page and screen are major employment areas. Learn how to generate ideas, solve problems and design innovative solutions in these challenging fields.

This programme aims to develop the student as an independent designer. Core skills taught include design strategies, graphics, branding and communication, typography, art direction, drawing and illustration. In addition, students will choose three courses from a range of electives, which will enable them to develop complementary skills in particular areas of interest.

As well as studio courses, students will complete a group of core courses in academic subjects. These include both professional and contextual studies, which will give them developed communication skills, a background in the history and sociology of creative practices, insights into contemporary professional ethics and some business skills.

Find out more about studying design

As a design graduate, you'll be ready to take on a rang of roles including advertising agency/design studio creative, self-employed graphic designer, web designer, app designer, book/magazine nillustrator, motion graphic designer.

You may even move into gallery or museum work as a designer or curator, or work in set design for stage, television or film.

Graduates may choose to enrol in a wide range of programmes including postgraduate study including:

  • Bachelor of Media Arts (Honours) (Wintec)
  • MFA (University of Canterbury)
  • PGDipFA (Massey)
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Art and Design (AUT)

To apply for this programme please:

  • Complete the Admission and Enrolment Form and submit this with the other application requirements.

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of three approved* subjects and

    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • Portfolio Applicants for the Bachelor of Design are required to present a portfolio demonstrating their art/design work with their application. The portfolio comprises 16 photographs of visual work including art, graphic or design work in any media giving clear evidence of your ability to generate ideas and concepts towards a specific purpose. Drawing (process, descriptive or imaginative), composition, and technical skills will be given special consideration.
  • Written Statement Applicants are required to answer three set questions based on their portfolio and future aspirations.

  • Interview Applicants may be required to attend an interview if there are any questions raised by their portfolio or written statement.
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    • IELTS 6.0 Academic (no lower than 5.5 in the reading and writing sub tests). For acceptable alternatives refer to the English Proficiency Outcomes Chart.
      Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

When there are limited spaces available we follow a selection process ranking applicants based on your application. Waitlisting is also available for this programme.

  • Design
  • Photography
  • Art
  • English or English-rich subjects
  • Art History
Academic 6.0 6.0 5.5 5.5 6.0

Bachelor-of-Engineering-Technology-Civil.xml [a-z: Civil engineering,Engineering] [keywords: ] [subject: Engineering]
731 148735 698 877 Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Civil) CH4018 Engineering 21 Engineering Degree 1 7 360 0 Weeks Full time - 3 years, part time available Received all year 27 January for February start, 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $6,820 -$7,400 $20,860 Advised before enrolment

Prepare yourself for a career in civil infrastructure development building your abilities within a choice of engineering strands including structural, water or waste water engineering.

Our Bachelor of Engineering Technology (BEngTech) (Civil Major) is a three year programme comprising of core and elective courses - you can specialise in structural, water and waste water, roading-transportation, geotechnical or environmental engineering strands.

With a focus on the design and implementation of engineering technology, in your first year of study you will develop skills in the engineering sciences of computing and mathematics plus study basic engineering practices, communication and management. You will also develop advanced critical thinking and problem solving skills.

You may select your electives for subsequent years continuing to build on your civil engineering major. The third year of the degree incorporates a significant industry-based development project - giving you real world experience within the engineering profession.

Many of our graduates find employment as engineering technologists, which are in huge demand in many areas of civil infrastructure development in areas such as structural, water and water waste, roading and transportation, geotechnical and environmental engineering firms.

The Bachelor of Engineering Technology has been fully accredited by the Institution of Professional Engineers in New Zealand (IPENZ) and is recognised as meeting international standard requirements. You will also be eligible to join IPENZ as a graduate member (GIPENZ).

After successfully completing a Bachelor of Engineering Technology you can complement your qualification with a CPIT graduate diploma.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of :

    • Physics
    • Calculus
    • one other subject from the list of approved subjects* and
    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • Mathematics
  • English
  • Physics
Academic 6.0 5.5 5.5 6.0 6.0

Bachelor-of-Engineering-Technology-Electrical.xml [a-z: Electrical engineering,Engineering] [keywords: ] [subject: Engineering]
732 148243 699 878 Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Electrical) CH4018 Engineering 21 Engineering Degree 1 7 360 0 Weeks Full time - 3 years, part time available Received all year 27 January for February start February Christchurch - Madras Street $6,820 -$7,400 $20,860 Advised before enrolment

You can choose to specialise in your area of interest via strands in Power, Computer Engineering, Network Engineering, Electronics or Telecommunications plus gain real world experience on a major electrical project with this degree.

Our programme consists of core and elective courses focused on the design and implementation of engineering technology and the advanced critical thinking and problem solving abilities required for effective troubleshooting.

The first year compulsory courses develop your skills in basic engineering practices including engineering science, engineering computing, mathematics, communication and management.

Year two of the degree continues to build on your Electrical Engineering major and further accomplishments in your specialist strand. Real world experience is the focus of your third year incorporating a significant industry-based development project working with a professional engineering organisation.

The Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Electrical) has been fully accredited by the Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand (IPENZ) and is recognised to international standards under the Sydney Accord.

You will be in demand with this degree working in sectors such as power distribution, electronic design, computing, computer networking, mechatronics and telecommunications.

On graduation you will be eligible to join IPENZ as a graduate member (GIPENZ).

After successfully completing a Bachelor of Engineering Technology you can complement your qualification with an Ara Graduate Diploma.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an application form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of :

    • Physics
    • Calculus
    • one other subject from the list of approved subjects* and
    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • Mathematics
  • English
  • Physics
Academic 6.0 5.5 5.5 6.0 6.0

Bachelor-of-Engineering-Technology-Mechanical.xml [a-z: Engineering,Mechanical engineering] [keywords: ] [subject: Engineering]
724 146009 690 870 Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Mechanical) CH4018 Engineering 21 Engineering Degree 1 7 360 0 Weeks Full time - 3 years, part time available Received all year 27 January for February start, 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $6,820 -$7,400 $20,860 Advised before enrolment

Develop the skills and solve complex mechanical problems with this cutting edge degree, offering the choice to major in Mechanical Engineering, Product Design, or Manufacturing and Production.

Applying the fundamentals of maths and science with advanced critical thinking and problem solving abilities, you will learn to create and build mechanical devices of practical use in various sectors. Core and elective courses focus on basic engineering practices, sciences, computing, mathematics, communication and management.

Select your electives for subsequent years and build on your mechanical engineering major with much of our degree's third year dedicated to a significant industry based development project.

There is a growing demand for mechanical engineering graduates to work for private companies or consultancies in diverse industry sectors including energy infrastructure, manufacturing, construction, product development, aviation and boat building, agriculture and horticulture.

On graduation you will be eligible to join IPENZ as a graduate member (GIPENZ).

After successfully completing a Bachelor of Engineering Technology you can complement your qualification with a graduate diploma including the Graduate Diploma in Computer Aided Design.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an application form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of :

    • Physics
    • Calculus
    • one other subject from the list of approved subjects* and
    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • Maths
  • English
  • Physics
Academic 6.0 5.5 5.5 6.0 6.0

Bachelor-of-Information-and-Communication-Technologies.xml [a-z: Computing and ICT,Data communication,Web development,Software development,Programming,IT] [keywords: computing, compute, computer, ict] [subject: Information_and_communication_technologies (ICT)]
2 113139 218 456 Bachelor of Information and Communication Technologies CH3866 Computing 29 Information_and_communication_technologies_(ICT) Degree 1 7 360 3 Years Full time - 3 years, part time also available Received all year 20 January for February start; 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $6,475 - $7,100 $19,630 Advised before enrolment Base en

Equip yourself with in-demand IT skills and prepare for a rewarding career in an ever-evolving industry.

Our IT industry partners have significant input into the structure and content of this programme to ensure that what is being taught continually meets industry needs.

The first year covers a broad range of ICT topics that will provide you with a solid base of knowledge in software engineering (programming), hardware and networking, website development, IT tools and concepts and mathematics skills relevant to IT.

In years two and three you'll choose one of four specialist pathways: software development, interactive media, networking (systems administration) or information systems and strategies. During this time you'll develop in-depth knowledge of your chosen area through a range of compulsory and elective courses. Y

ou'll also develop skills in problem solving, critical thinking, analysis, team work, project management, time management, self-reliance and communication skills. There is a strong emphasis on practical skills and work-readiness, so wherever possible, theory is integrated and applied to practical tasks.

Many courses include group activities or group projects, as the ability to work as part of a team is strongly valued by employers.

In the final semester you'll put all of your acquired skills and knowledge into practice in a 45-credit capstone project (in most cases for a local business). The project is an excellent opportunity to equip yourself with real-world IT experience and to learn from industry people. It also results in a substantial piece of work with which to demonstrate your potential to prospective employers.

Employment prospects are very strong for IT graduates. Many companies are struggling to fill vacancies and are having to recruit overseas.

Job opportunities in the IT sector are forecast to increase significantly in the next few years and the sector is regularly recognised as one of the highest paid in the country and globally. Job opportunities are not limited to IT companies as almost every business these days has IT needs and many non-IT businesses employ significant numbers of IT professionals.

Depending on the specialist pathway followed, you might gain employment in roles such as business analyst, network manager, webmaster, IT support specialist, database administrator, test analyst, systems administrator, web developer, interactive media developer or software developer/programmer.

As a new graduate you're likely to start at a junior level but you can quickly advance to higher-level positions within a few years, especially in larger companies.

The Bachelor of Information and Communication Technologies provides entry to postgraduate ICT programmes at many tertiary institutes, and with strong grades in the BICT, you may also qualify for entry to a Masters' degree at most universities in New Zealand.

Ara is a participant in the SIGNAL ICT Graduate School, which offers a Master of Professional Practice to degree-qualified graduates.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of :

    • Mathematics or physics or statistics or accounting
    • English or history or art history or classics or geography or economics
    • one other subject from the list of approved subjects* and
    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)
    • Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing/ICT
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Bachelor-of-International-Tourism-and-Hospitality-Management-Pending-Approval-.xml [a-z: Hospitality] [keywords: ] [subject: Hospitality_management]
1137 350788 1117 1281 Bachelor of International Tourism and Hospitality Management - Pending Approval Bachelor of International Tourism and Hospitality Management CH4055 Hospitality and Service Industries 28 Hospitality_management Degree 1 7 360 0 Weeks 3 years Received all year 20 January for February start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street TBA TBA Advised on enrolment

Become a leader in the fast-evolving tourism and hospitality sectors.

This programme has been created in direct response to the substantial growth in tourism and hospitality forecast for New Zealand, and the corresponding need for skilled professionals to fill management roles in this fast-evolving sector. It's designed to ensure that when you graduate you'll have the knowledge and skills needed for this dynamic industry, and that you can be a flexible, future-focused, creative leader who can adapt to changing circumstances.

Your studies will cover: hospitality and tourism trends; marketing strategies for local and international hospitality and tourism contexts; financial management strategies; business analysis for hospitality and tourism; communication; self-management; problem solving; teamwork and planning. In addition, you'll explore New Zealand's heritage and indigenous Māori culture, and gain an understanding of sustainability issues relating to tourism, such as its impact on the environment.

You'll learn how to operate in a broad range of contexts and you'll examine the technology used in the industry (including the impact of social media on marketing, revenue management, customer relationships, and reputation management). Much of your study will take place in simulated tourism and hospitality environments using authentic situations. You'll also undertake a research project investigating a real-world hospitality workplace issue, and work experience within the sector.

With this qualification your career opportunities include resort operations manager, sales and marketing manager, tourism information officer/manager, human resources manager (tourism and hospitality specialist), bar manager, front office manager, customer services manager, tourism event manager, tourism reception management, function, catering and events manager, food and beverage manager, fast food restaurant manager, holiday park manager and rooms division manager.

After completing this degree, you can enrol for a further degree or postgraduate qualification in hospitality, tourism or business.

Pleaes complete:

  • an admission and enrolment form
Academic requirements
  • New Zealand University Entrance: NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at level 3 and 20 credits at level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of three approved* subjects, and

    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Or

    New Zealand Diploma in Hospitality Management (Level 5)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/approved-subjects/

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: IELTS scores used must be taken from a single IELTS Test Report Form and are valid for two years from the date of the test.

    Students who have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements are not required to provide evidence of English language skills.

Applicants who meet the requirements for admission are accepted into the programme in the order their applications are received.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Food technology
  • Business-related subjects (eg accounting, statistics, economics)
Academic 6.0 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

Bachelor-of-Language-Japanese.xml [a-z: Languages,Japanese] [keywords: ] [subject: Japanese]
313 113489 585 784 Bachelor of Language (Japanese) CH3974 Humanities 33 Japanese Degree 1 7 360 3 Years Full time - 3 years Received all year Please enquire February Christchurch - Madras Street $5,800 - $6,400 $19,630 Advised before enrolment

Our comprehensive degree provides you with the skills to become both a confident speaker and writer of the Japanese language.

With a strong emphasis on both spoken and written Japanese, our language experts help you develop bilingual skills appropriate for social, academic and professional environments. On completion of this qualification you will be capable of studying or working in Japan.

You will also gain awareness of cultural protocols suited to conducting business in Japan.

Your study will include a supervised research project of your choice and courses in:

  • Japanese language
  • interpreting
  • translation
  • cultural studies

You can also enrol in a selection of elective courses including:

  • marketing
  • international relations
  • translation and interpreting
  • language teaching (including the Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults - CELTA)

You can immerse yourself further in Japanese language skills and culture with scholarships that are available for study at Japanese universities.

Many of our graduates are also accepted on the Japanese Exchange Teaching (JET) programme or in local government offices as a Coordinator for International Relations (CIR).

Please note: The language courses in this degree are intended for those whose first language is not Japanese.

Graduates of this programme can establish careers working in teaching, marketing, hospitality, tourism, international business, interpreting and translation.

Postgraduate studies in business, language and education fields can further complement this qualification.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in Japanese, and 14 credits at Level 3 in each of two other approved* subjects and

    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

Applicants who meet the requirements for admission are accepted into the programme in the order their applications are received.

  • English
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Bachelor-of-Maori-Language-and-Indigenous-Studies-Te-Ohoka.xml [a-z: Māori language and culture] [keywords: ] [subject: Te_Reo_Māori_and_Pasifika_studies]
761 185898 728 907 Bachelor of Māori Language and Indigenous Studies (Te Ohoka) CH4041 Humanities 55 Te_Reo_Māori_and_Pasifika_studies Degree 1 7 360 0 Weeks Full time - 3 years Received all year Please enquire February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $5,250 - $5,850 Please enquire

Our degree has been specially designed with the needs and career goals of modern speakers of Te Reo Māori in mind.

Our goal is to provide you with strong skills in written and spoken Te Reo Māori as well as an understanding of how you can make Te Reo Māori an important part of your career in Aotearoa and across the globe.

To give you a strong start, your study begins with an initial focus on Māori language, linguistics and cultural studies.

Once your introduction to Te Reo is complete you can begin to decide the direction of your own studies through an elective pathway chosen from a wide range of subjects at Ara.

This pathway will run alongside your advanced courses in Te Reo and Tikanga Māori until you bring them together in a capstone research project at the end of your third year.

Examples of the types of career path which you can focus on include: business, applied management, health and wellness, applied science, language revival, sustainability and the environment, iwi development, outdoor education, language teaching and translation.

As a graduate you will have a high level of proficiency in spoken and written Te Reo Māori. There are many career options open to you such as language teaching, iwi development, iwi liaison, community support, Kaitiaki, Māori performing arts (composer and/or performer) and translation.

You could further your studies with postgraduate studies or graduate certificates and diplomas (eg AUT, Masters in Arts (Māori); Ara, Graduate Diplomas in Business/Applied Management; Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching.

To apply for this programme please:

  • Complete an Admission and Enrolment form or an International Application form.

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of three approved* subjects and

    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627) and
    • 12 credits Te Reo Maori Level 1 (or equivalent)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.
    Or

  • A pass in Certificate in Maori Studies (Te Ata Hou), or Diploma in Maori Studies (Te Hapara).

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

Applicants who meet the requirements for admission are accepted into the programme in the order their applications are received.

  • Te Reo Māori
  • English
  • Maths
  • Social Studies
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Bachelor-of-Medical-Imaging.xml [a-z: Health,Medical imaging,Radiography] [keywords: ] [subject: Medical_imaging]
214 114091 301 539 Bachelor of Medical Imaging CH3757 Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health 38 Medical_imaging Degree 1 7 360 3 Years Full time - 3 years Due 1 September 1 September for February start February Christchurch - Madras Street $6,500 - $7,200 $21,280 $1,500 for Year 1 for texts (more may be required in Years 2 and 3); plus costs associated with clinical placement Base en

Take your analytical mind and compassionate nature into a rewarding role in the health sector with our Bachelor of Medical Imaging. Ongoing advances in technology mean this is an ever changing environment where skilled professionals are in high demand.

Using x-rays and other equipment to take images of people's injuries and possible diseases you will learn how to perform radiography and understand how CT scanning, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), ultrasound, nuclear medicine, mammography, contribute to patient diagnosis and treatment.

You will also develop the communication skills needed to deal with patients in a compassionate way.

To meet the demanding standards the profession requires, our degree combines clinical practice with theory to make your training more valuable and assist with the transition from trainee stage to becoming a qualified Medical Radiation Technologist.

You will be on clinical placement for approximately 60 weeks during your studies. We have a wide range of clinical sites in cities around New Zealand.

To get an insight into medical imaging careers prior to your application for this programme you can make a request to take part in a work shadowing experience in the radiology department at the hospital.

This globally-recognised qualification enables you to register with the Medical Radiation Technologists Board to practice as a Medical Radiation Technologist (MRT) in public or private hospitals and health care facilities in New Zealand.

After one year's work experience in New Zealand, graduates can work as a MRT in the United Kingdom and Australian health systems

Postgraduate opportunities in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Nuclear Medicine, Ultrasound and Mammography training positions are available (not available at Ara).

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an medical imaging domestic application pack or an medical imaging international application pack.

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of:

    • English or an approved literacy* subject
    • science or mathematics (preferably physics or mathematics)
    • one other subject from the list of approved subjects* (preference given to physics, biology, chemistry and mathematics) and
    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/approved-subjects/

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

  • Successful completion of the Certificate in Pre Health and Science with a preference of 65% in CSHB301 (The Human Body), CSMB302 (Cell and Microbial Biology), CSAS301 (Academic Skills 1), CSAS401 (Academic Skills 2), MATH162 (Algebra 1), MATH261 (Algebra 2) and MATH311 (Maths and Statistics).

Additional requirements
  • In order to participate in the clinical components of the programme, you must meet various Health Authority requirements. Currently, MRSA clearance is required by most clinical practice areas.

  • Consent to Disclosure of Information
    Successful applicants will be required to complete a New Zealand Police Consent to Disclosure of Information form depending on their placement. The form will be sent to the Police Licensing and Vetting Service, and returned in confidence to the Head of School. Information on the NZ Police Vetting Service is available from the New Zealand Police website.

  • A current first aid certificate (Red Cross Comprehensive or St John's Workplace) which is current at the time the programme starts.

  • Your referee reports and interview (if required) should provide evidence of attributes required for a successful career in medical imaging.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

When there are limited spaces available we follow a selection process ranking applicants based on your application. Waitlisting is also available for this programme.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
Academic 6.5 7.0 6.5 6.5 7.0

Bachelor-of-Midwifery.xml [a-z: Health,Midwifery] [keywords: ] [subject: Midwifery]
181 114102 446 684 Bachelor of Midwifery CH3991 Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health 40 Midwifery Degree 1 7 480 3 Years Full time – 3 years, part time – 4 years (with approval†) 1 September 1 September for January start January Christchurch - Madras Street with satellites based in Nelson/Marlborough, West Coast and South Canterbury $9,600 - $10,450 $28,330 Approx $2000-$4500 per year including text books and equipment plus travel and accommodation expenses for satellite students attending compulsory block weeks in Christchurch. $200 National Midwifery Exam (Year 3).

Discover what it takes to support women bringing new life into the world with our Bachelor of Midwifery qualification.

Midwives work with women to provide care in pregnancy, childbirth and up to the first six weeks of a baby's life. Midwives have a wide range of knowledge and skills to be able to support women and their families safely and appropriately.

Recognised by the Midwifery Council of New Zealand, our three year degree* uses blended delivery techniques to enable you to study and work in your own community. You will be able to access practical experience, face-to-face tutorials and online study while living in your own region, including Christchurch, Nelson/Marlborough, West Coast and South Canterbury. All sites are supported by a midwifery lecturer/s who will provide individual support, organise the tutorials and coordinate local midwifery practice experience for you. Compulsory block weeks are taught in Christchurch throughout the year, and all students are required to attend these sessions.

To meet the Midwifery Council of New Zealand requirements the degree is made up of theory and practice content carried out over 45 weeks of delivery per year. You will have the opportunity to follow at least 25 women throughout their midwifery care and facilitate 40 births in a variety of maternity settings.

Studies cover a wide range of topics including midwifery practice skills, nutrition, lactation and bioscience foundations. You will also learn about Maori health, integrated midwifery practice and rural midwifery practice to allow you to adapt to the wide range of needs and circumstances encountered in midwifery.

You will gain a good understanding of how to assess the social, psychological, physical, emotional, spiritual, and cultural needs of each woman and her family, so you have the knowledge and skills needed to support women during their childbirth experience.

† With approval from Head of Midwifery, students may study part-time over four years, choosing one of the following options depending on your personal circumstances: The first option (preferred) is for students to complete year one full time, undertake the second year over two years and complete the third year full time. Option two involves undertaking year one over two years and then completing years two and three full time. In both options course progression is planned to maximise recent midwifery practice before entry to year three of the programme.

*Three years full-time study. Please note the credit value is equivalent to four years full-time study. All courses are compulsory.

Please note: on completion of Year 3 you will be required to sit the Midwifery Council National Exam (at an additional cost of $200) to enable you to be registered to practice as a midwife.

You can work as a midwife, providing midwifery services either as a self-employed midwife with a caseload in the community or employed in a hospital setting providing maternity services to women.

Many graduates have established practices with their colleagues or joined an existing midwifery practice.

Midwives have the opportunity to develop skills in health management areas, education, and women's health settings and to participate and undertake research projects as well as work with other health professionals to enhance health care provision for women and their families.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an application form.

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must:

    • include 18 credits at Level 3 in each of biology or chemistry††
    • a minimum of 16 credits at Level 3 in an English language rich subject such as English, history, art history, classical studies, geography or economics
    • a further 16 credits at Level 3 in one other subject from the list of approved subjects* and
  • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and

  • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627).

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    *NZQA approved subjects: see www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance

    †† We recommend that if you don't have a minimum of 18 credits at Level 3 in BOTH biology and chemistry, you have at least 16 credits at Level 2 in your secondary subject.

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for Alternative Entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

  • If you are a registered nurse or other registered health practitioner please contact the Department of Applied Sciences and Allied Health for entry requirements for this qualification.

  • The Certificate in Pre Health and Science provides a pathway into the programme if you do not meet the entry criteria. View the Certificate in Pre Health and Science Pathway (PDF: 1MB) for further information.

Additional requirements
  • Consent to Disclosure of Information Successful applicants will be required to complete a New Zealand Police Consent to Disclosure of Information form. The form will be sent to the Police Licensing and Vetting Service, and returned in confidence to the Head of Midwifery. Information on the NZ Police Vetting Service is available from the New Zealand Police website.

  • A first aid certificate (Red Cross Comprehensive or St John's Workplace) which is current at the time the programme starts including proficiency in CPR (NQF unit standards 26551 and 26552 or equivalent).

  • As part of your application you will need to complete an assignment which discusses your recent work/life experience relevant to midwifery and / or women's health. On your application form you are also required to disclose any health or learning issues which may affect your ability to meet the academic and/or practical requirements of the programme.

  • Current Class 1 Driver Licence.
  • Provide evidence of good character and personal attributes via Two referee report(s).
  • You need to have basic computer skills prior to starting the programme.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    • Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

Applications will be assessed after the closing date. However, late applications may be accepted. Applicants may be invited for interview by phone or face to face if further information is required. Final selection is based on both academic and other entry criteria.

Should the number of applicants who meet the entry criteria exceed the available places, they will be placed on a wait-list. Provisional entry does not apply.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
mi
Academic 7.0 7.0 6.5 6.5 7.0

Bachelor-of-Music-Arts.xml [a-z: Jazz,Singing,Musical arts,Performing arts] [keywords: jazz, music] [subject: Music_arts]
183 110609 434 672 Bachelor of Music Arts CH3985 Creative Industries 43 Music_Arts Degree 1 7 360 3 Years Full time - 3 years; part time up to 5 years All year. Auditions take place in October and December for the following year. All year. Auditions take place in October and December for the following year. February Christchurch - Madras Street $6,450 - $7,100 $20,240 Advised on enrolment

The Music Arts degree programme will equip you with the skills and attributes required to enjoy a rewarding career as a practioner in the music industry.

Learning from experienced and accomplished music industry professionals, you'll develop your skills with practical and theoretical courses in a variety of topics including music performance, composition, songwriting, arranging, improvisation, music technology, marketing and music industry studies.

The programme offers a choice of pathways in jazz or contemporary music (instrumental, percussion, electronic music or vocal), studio production, songwriting and music industry, integrating skills in performance, composition, production and marketing.

Find out more about studying music arts

The opportunities for professional musicians are as varied as music itself. Diverse opportunities exist within the creative industries, education, music management and production, and encompass everything from composing film scores and performing in bands to being a theatre sound designer, music therapist, artist manager or music entrepreneur. The programme is designed to prepare you as either a specialist in the music industry, or a self-managed performing musician or producer with a wide range of skills suited to a variety of styles and scenes.

Learn more about careers in music.

A Bachelor of Music Arts degree will prepare you for postgraduate studies as a music specialist/researcher at honours or masters level with one of our many tertiary partners including WINTEC and UC.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an application form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
    • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of three approved* subjects and
    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • Entry to the degree programme is also dependent on a successful audition covering: instrumental or vocal skills and ability, aptitude and potential to study music within a range of disciplines, musical aural competence and music theory literacy - tested at time of audition (equivalent to Grade 3 ABRSM or Trinity College level).

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    • For acceptable alternatives refer to the English Proficiency Outcomes Chart.
      Note: Students who have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

All applicants are subject to a selection process which is designed to assess the appropriate level of study of the applicant.

Applicants are auditioned, which includes a theory test, an aural test, a performance and an interview. The audition panel is comprised of the programme leader and specialist tutors from the degree programme.

Applicants are ranked based on their audition score. Depending on that ranking, applicants will be offered a place in the degree (or another programme) subject to any pending entry requirements being met (NCEA results etc.).

The offer of a place on the degree may be conditional on the completion a short course (eg. summer theory school) or other tuition.

To ensure a balanced programme, specific numbers of each instrument are accepted each year. Those who are not initially accepted but who meet the standard are waitlisted in order of ranking (within those instruments).

  • Music
  • English or English-rich subjects
Academic 6.0 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

Bachelor-of-Nursing-Articulated-with-University-of-Canterbury-Master-of-Health-Sciences-Professional-Practice-Nursing.xml [a-z: Nursing] [keywords: ] [subject: Nursing]
790 192559 768 936 Bachelor of Nursing (Articulated with University of Canterbury Master of Health Sciences Professional Practice (Nursing)) CH3730 Nursing & Human Services 44 Nursing Degree 1 7 360 0 Weeks Full time - 2 years, part time up to 4 years Received all year Please enquire February Christchurch - Madras Street Please enquire Please enquire Textbook costs, $325 for equipment, indemnity insurance, expenses associated with the clincal placement and vaccinations/ immunisations, $240 examination fee payable to the Nursing Council of New Zealand Student levies for both institutes apply.

Ara and the University of Canterbury (UC) offer a unique study pathway to students who already hold a Bachelor's degree. Previous study in the field of health or science is an advantage.

Successful candidates will be simultaneously enrolled in both the UC Master of Health Sciences and the Ara Bachelor of Nursing, and be able to have both qualifications completed in two years.

During your studies you will attend Postgraduate Health Sciences courses at UC which will be recognised as prior learning for credit to the degree at Ara. You will also attend classes in Ara's Clinical Practice Units and complete Clinical Placements arranged and managed by Ara's Nursing staff.

You will cover the full range of topics in relation to the field of nursing. The topics UC and Ara teach students across both these programmes include professional responsibilities and best practices, patient health assessment, acute and long term care, mental health and addiction rehabilitation and whānau and community health.

This combination of qualifications offers the fastest and most effective way to combine the necessary skills and competencies to be registered as a nurse by the Nursing Council of New Zealand while getting the postgraduate studies which can assist your career progression.

The delivery of these programmes offers flexible and independently oriented study, perfectly suited to self-motivated students with strong ambition.

With this combined Bachelor of Nursing and Master of Health Science qualification you can accelerate career progression into leadership and management roles within nursing.

Progression in the M Heal Sc is subject to University of Canterbury regulations. Students will need to complete the courses in the prescribed order. M Heal Sc courses that align with clinical courses are pre requisites for completion of the Ara clinical course.

Progression through BN courses is dependent on meeting the prerequisites for each course. UC and Ara will provide each other with students' academic results at the end of each course to ensure requisites and progression requirements are met.

The NCNZ Education standards with regard to time frames, re-enrolment in courses and repeating clinical courses apply. A student may be exited from the BN via Ara probation processes but able to continue in the M Heal Sc programme if achieving academically but not clinically.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an nursing domestic application pack or an nursing international application pack.

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • To qualify for this pathway, you must have completed a relevant bachelor's degree or postgraduate diploma in health sciences or equivalent with a B average.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
  • A personal statement outlining why you have chosen nursing as a career and describing personal qualities and relevant aspects from your life experiences which will enhance your application

  • Two referee's reports providing evidence of good character and personal attributes

  • A current first aid certificate (Red Cross Comprehensive or St John's Workplace) which is current at the time the programme starts.
  • In order to participate in the clinical components of the programme, you must meet various Health Authority requirements (currently, MRSA clearance is required by most clinical practice areas)

  • Consent to Disclosure of Information
    Successful applicants will be required to complete a New Zealand Police Consent to Disclosure of Information form depending on their placement. The form will be sent to the Police Licensing and Vetting Service, and returned in confidence to the Head of School. Information on the NZ Police Vetting Service is available from the New Zealand Police website.

  • Interview If you meet academic entry criteria you may also be required to attend an interview.
  • Your personal statement, referee reports, and interview (if required) should provide evidence of appropriateness to study for the nursing profession.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

Academic 6.5 7.0 6.5 6.5 6.5

Bachelor-of-Nursing.xml [a-z: Health,Nursing] [keywords: ] [subject: Nursing]
216 113545 306 544 Bachelor of Nursing CH3730 Nursing & Human Services 44 Nursing Degree 1 7 360 3 Years Full time - 3 years 30 April, 30 September 30 April for July start, 30 September for February start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $7,250 - $7,500 $21,280 $800 text books in Year 1, $325 equipment, indemnity insurance, expenses associated with clinical placement, vaccinations/ immunisations, $240 Nursing Council for NZ exam fee Year 3. Base en

We give your career the best start possible with our comprehensive three year nursing degree.

You will gain an understanding of the many opportunities available for a career in nursing and be challenged to go beyond traditional health and illness care and focus on creating a supportive environment for health and wellbeing.

This programme is highly regarded nationally and combines theory with clinical experience and meets the Nursing Council of New Zealand (NCNZ) Competencies for the Registered Nurse Scope of Practice.

We will give you the opportunity to explore the diverse environments and relevant cultural understandings that nurses work within from hospitals, rest homes and health clinics to private practices and community care agencies.

Graduates of the Bachelor of Nursing are eligible to sit the NCNZ registration exam to become a registered nurse.

You can then choose to work in general nursing, or specialist fields such as intensive care, cancer nursing, women's health, mental health, community or elderly care.

Once you are a registered nurse advance your knowledge of additional clinical practice with specialisations included within the Graduate Certificate in Nursing Practice as part of your on-going professional development.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an nursing domestic application pack or an nursing international application pack.

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of:
    - English or classical studies or history or geography or art history or religious studies or social studies
    - biology or physical education or chemistry
    - one other subject from the list of approved subjects* and

    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Mathematics - 14 credits at Level 1 or above

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience.

    Successful completion of the Certificate in Pre Health and Science with a minimum of 65% in CSHB301 (The Human Body) and CSMB302 (Cell and Microbial Biology), and a minimum of 70% in CSMA102 (Maths for Pre Health B).

Additional requirements
  • Personal statement
    This should outline why you have chosen nursing as a career and describe personal qualities and relevant aspects from your life experiences which will enhance your application.

  • Provide evidence of good character and personal attributes via Two referee report(s).
  • Interview

    Applicants who meet academic entry criteria may be required to attend an interview.

  • A current first aid certificate (Red Cross Comprehensive or St John's Workplace) which is current at the time the programme starts.
  • In order to participate in the clinical components of the programme, you must meet various Health Authority requirements. Currently, MRSA clearance is required by most clinical practice areas.
  • Consent to Disclosure of Information
    Successful applicants will be required to complete a New Zealand Police Consent to Disclosure of Information form depending on their placement. The form will be sent to the Police Licensing and Vetting Service, and returned in confidence to the Head of School. Information on the NZ Police Vetting Service is available from the New Zealand Police website.

  • Your personal statement, referees' reports, and interview (if required) should provide evidence of appropriateness to study for the nursing profession.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

All applicants must meet academic entry criteria, they are then ranked and preference given to those who demonstrate evidence of meeting the following selection criteria:

  • Personal statement (3 points)
  • References (2 points)
  • Residency in the wider Canterbury area ( 1 point)
  • Institutional strategic directives (1 point)

Those who are not initially accepted but who meet entry criteria will be waitlisted in order of ranking.

Academic 6.5 7.0 6.5 6.5 6.5

Bachelor-of-Performing-Arts-Music-Theatre-.xml [a-z: Acting,Dancing,Singing,Performing arts] [keywords: NASDA, nasda, Music Theatre] [subject: Music_theatre_(NASDA)]
398 115916 625 824 Bachelor of Performing Arts (Music Theatre) CH3972 Creative Industries 42 Music_theatre_(NASDA) Degree 1 7 360 3 Years Full time - 3 years 4 September Please enquire February Christchurch - Madras Street $7,100- $7,700 $20,240 Advised before enrolment

Gain a solid grounding in acting, singing and dancing while developing the skills needed to succeed in a career in the performing arts and professional theatre with our NASDA (National Academy of Singing and Dramatic Art) programme.

You will gain plenty of practical experience in performance and production work in the disciplines of acting, singing, dance and theatre studies. This is supported by relevant classroom, studio and masterclass-based teaching and learning in music theory, theatre history, technical theatre skills and research methods.

Within the programme there is an emphasis on developing skills in musicianship and spoken voice and dance elements include jazz, tap and ballet.

If you have experience and a strong interest in music theatre, acting and dance you are likely to be successful in this programme; academic research skills are developed through the historical and cultural study of theatre across the three years of the degree.

Find out more about studying music theatre

As a graduate of this programme, you will have the knowledge and practical experience to equip you for a range of jobs in the performance and entertainment industry. Not only will this experience help you launch your career in the industry but it will also give you the tools to keep growing professionally as you advance.

Graduates can be found working successfully in all areas of the arts profession and entertainment industry including theatre, musical theatre, film, television, radio and in other performance events.

Many of our graduate students use this degree as a launchpad into postgraduate studies and a qualification in teaching.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an music thetare domestic application pack or an music theatre international application pack.

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of three approved* subjects and

    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • Application
    Applicants are responsible for submitting the completed Application to Study form with the requested information. Applications are accepted throughout the academic year.

  • All applicants will be required to attend an audition. Auditions are held during August and September of each year, however, early or late applications and auditions may be arranged in consultation with the programme leader.

  • Applicants will be ranked from the audition process. Candidates are given marks under the following headings: Interpretation, Communication, Intonation, Technique, Vocal Quality, Sense of Pitch and Rhythm, Cold Read, Comprehension, Diction, Alignment, Physical Expressiveness.

  • Absentee auditions may be arranged (such as overseas applicants) via video-tape or DVD with applicants interviewed by telephone.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • Successful applicants who are selected from audition and upon meeting academic criteria will be notified of their place in the programme subject to availability, to commence study in the next February intake.
  • Students sitting NCEA will be accepted conditionally pending notification of their NCEA results. In the event that a student does not achieve the required result, their application will be reassessed and alternative choices suggested.
  • If programme numbers are exceeded a waiting list will be compiled. The waiting list will be ranked on the applicant's audition score and academic entry.
  • Drama
  • Music
  • Physical education
  • English literacy
  • Relevant industry experience
Academic 6.5 6.5 6.5 6.5 6.5

Bachelor-of-Social-Work.xml [a-z: Social work] [keywords: ] [subject: Social_work]
919 279900 896 1065 Bachelor of Social Work CH4051 Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health 49 Social_work Degree 1 7 480 136 Weeks Full time - 4 years, part time available for each year of the degree Applications close 30 November, late applications may be considered Applications close 30 November for February start February Christchurch - Madras Street $5,500 - $6,300 $20,760 $1,000 text books per year. Expenses associated with work placements (Years 3 - 4)

Gain the skills and understanding needed to help people during crucial times in their lives. You will develop the attributes for professional social work practice in New Zealand as you engage in study integrating practice and community within the classroom. This programme is underpinned by a philosophy of bi-culturalism and anti-oppressive practice.

Our four year programme will take you from the fundamentals of professionalism, research skills, critical thinking and informed decision making, in your first year through to your second, third and fourth years when you will take these skills to an advanced level.

Each year has an integrated practice course where learning is linked to the practice environment. In the second, third and fourth years integrated practice includes significant time in social work agencies.

Please note that integrated practice in Years 2, 3 and 4 may be outside of Christchurch and a full driver's licence is required otherwise agency options are likely to be limited.

The programme includes two compulsory 24-hour marae visits (including overnight stays).

By the end of the degree, you will have developed the professional values and attitudes for social work practice as identified by the Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Social Workers Code of Ethics and the Social Workers Registration Board Code of Conduct and will be able to apply for provisional registration.

There is currently a shortage of social workers, including people identifying with the following groups: Maori, Pacific, migrant, refugee, male and disabled persons who are encouraged to apply.

Please note, if you are thinking about studying part time in Year 1 you need to be working in the social services either in paid or voluntary employment.

Word processing of assignments is required during this programme.

As a graduate of this programme you will be ready for social work practice in statutory organisations eg Child Youth and Family, Probation and Prison Service, faith based services, community organisations and health and hospital services.

On completion of this programme you can advance your studies with a Master in Social Work at a variety of New Zealand universities.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an social work domestic application pack or an social work international application pack.

If you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of:

    • English or an approved literacy* subject
    • two other subjects from the list of approved subjects* and
    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
    • Provide evidence of good character and personal attributes via two referee reports and a 500-word personal statement.
      In your application you need to demonstrate formal or informal experience in a social work, social services or a related helping role, and the ability to analyse and relate this experience to a social work context. Your referees reports, word processed personal statement, and interview should provide evidence of appropriateness to study for the social work profession: commitment to social justice, openness to explore biculturalism, self-awareness and openness to change and being challenged, openness to participate in interactive group learning, willingness to be honest and reflective about personal experiences, high level of skill in interpersonal communication and personal maturity.
    • Consent to Disclosure of Information
      Successful applicants will be required to complete a New Zealand Police Vetting Service Request and Consent Form. The form will be sent to the NZ Police Vetting Service, and returned in confidence to the Head of Department. For more information go to: http://www.police.govt.nz/advice/businesses-and-organisations/vetting .
    • Applicants who meet academic entry criteria will be required to attend an interview
    • Current Class 1 Drivers Licence unless medical verification is provided in relation to a disability or impairment that prohibits the applicant from being able to drive.
English requirements
  • For students for whom English is not their first language evidence of their English language skills may also be required as listed below. If students have no evidence of their English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, then they can make contact with us for an assessment.

    Note :

    • IELTS scores used must be taken from a single IELTS Test Report Form (ie combining scores from more than one test is not permissible) and are valid for two years from the date of the test.
    • All students for whom English is not their first language will be informed of the SWRB requirement of IELTS 7.0 Academic for registration.

A selection process will be used when making decisions about offering places on the BSW. The selection process will include an assessment of the information provided in the application form and a group interview. All applicants will be considered and weighted on their academic achievement, character and suitability for social work practice.

All applicants will be assessed against the Social Workers Registration Board (SWRB) Fit and Proper policy as a guide for determining whether to offer a place on the BSW. Where an applicant does not meet the SWRB Fit and Proper guidelines, the applicant will be interviewed on an individual basis and given the opportunity to provide further background or explanatory information. A final decision regarding entry to the BSW will be made on a case by case basis following this interview and having considered the additional information provided by the applicant.

  • English
  • Mathematics
Academic 6.5 6.5 6.5 6.5 6.5

Bachelor-of-Sustainability-and-Outdoor-Education.xml [a-z: Environmental and outdoor leadership,Sustainability and outdoor education,Recreation,Outdoor education] [keywords: ] [subject: Sport_and_outdoors,Sustainability_and_outdoor_education]
252 112040 556 759 Bachelor of Sustainability and Outdoor Education CH4025 Humanities 51 Sustainability_and_outdoor_education Degree 1 7 360 0 Weeks Full time - 3 years, part time also available Received all year 6 January for Feruary start; 2 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $8,000 - $8,575 $20,860 Advised before enrolment Base en

This degree provides a unique combination of theory and practice to produce high quality graduates with a sound understanding of contemporary social and cultural issues, geography and sustainability, and proven capability in outdoor education. It is a broad degree that allows students opportunities to tailor their learning to meet the needs of a variety of career aspirations.

During your studies, you will engage with the natural landscape to develop an in-depth understanding of sustainability, and what it means to our society now and for the future. You will explore flora and fauna, and consider social geography with the human influences and impacts on our environment including how decisions on land use are made.

You will also develop the personal skills and learn effective methods for teaching, guiding and helping other people to engage with and respect our spectacular outdoor settings and instruct activities within it.

Essential studies include health and physical education, geography, environmental science, professional practices, leadership and safety. These are mixed with elective courses to foster your personal strengths and interests in adventure pursuits like rock climbing and ropes courses, white water and sea kayaking, surfing and winter back country touring.

In addition to your degree you can further enhance employment opportunities by gaining at least two industry awards such as New Zealand Outdoor Instructors Association Leader Award, Surf Lifesaving New Zealand Award, Wilderness Advanced First Aid Award and Avalanche Awareness Award.

You will need to participate in field trips off campus and outside Christchurch. Specialist equipment is provided, however personal clothing and equipment are necessary - a list will be provided for you on request.

Please check with programme leader for course availability.

On successful completion of this degree you can seek work as an environmental educator, outdoor instructor, adventure or ecotourism guide, or take your skills into community health, recreation or conservation.

You can continue your studies and enter graduate teacher training, specialising in social studies, health and outdoor education. You can also continue on to Masters study.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an appliction form or an international application form
  • complete an sustainability and outdoor education application pack
  • provide a log of outdoor recreational activity within the last five years.

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher) which must include 14 credits at Level 3 in each of three approved* subjects and

    • Literacy* - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and
    • Numeracy* - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627)

    OR

  • Diploma in Environmental and Outdoor Leadership Level 5 or equivalent. Note: Students who have undertaken examinations other than NCEA (eg International Baccalaureate, Cambridge examination) should contact us for requirements.

    * NZQA approved subjects: see http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/awards/university-entrance/

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • A current first aid certificate (Red Cross Comprehensive or St John's Workplace) which is current at the time the programme starts.
  • Consent to Disclosure of Information
    Successful applicants will be required to complete a New Zealand Police Consent to Disclosure of Information form depending on their placement. The form will be sent to the Police Licensing and Vetting Service, and returned in confidence to the Head of School. Information on the NZ Police Vetting Service is available from the New Zealand Police website.

  • You must be capable of swimming a minimum of 50 metres, and be able to carry a full overnight tramping pack on multi day trips. You must submit a log showing that within the last five years you have undertaken a minimum of 20 days of outdoor recreational activity including multi-day activities eg. camping, tramping or related activities.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Physical Education
  • Biology
  • Geography
  • Social Studies
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Career-Baker.xml [a-z: Baking] [keywords: ] [subject: Baking]
766 185180 733 912 Career Baker NZ1842 Hospitality and Service Industries 5 Baking 9 Baking Certificate 4 NZ1842 New Zealand Certificate in Baking (Generalist) 4 120 0 Weeks Full time - 1 year Received all year 13 January for February start February Christchurch - Madras Street and Timaru $7,300 - $8,000 $19,630

Gain the essential skills you need for a successful career as a professional baker with this industry focussed programme.

By completing this programme you will gain the New Zealand Certificate in Baking (Generalist) Level 4.

During your studies you will learn how to produce a range of bakery products, including biscuits, breads, cakes and pastries.

You will also learn all the basic principles of bakery science, quality management, health & safety and hygiene standards required for the commercial baking industry.

As part of the programme you will take part in work placements at local cafés and bakeries as well as being involved in running your own bakery shop through 'Visions Pantry'.

In order to undertake this programme you must be physically able to work safely in a commercial bakery environment.

This qualification gives you all the skills you will need to start your career working in craft bakeries, cake shops, cafés and factory plant operations.

You may choose to work overseas at international hotel chains or in the cruise ship industry with this qualification.

Further your qualification with complementary programmes such as the National Diploma in Hospitality Management or gain general business skills for a bakery setting with the New Zealand Diploma in Business or the Bachelor of Applied Management.

Additional industry based study qualifications are available and include:

  • New Zealand Diploma in Cookery (Advanced) Level 5 (Patisserie Strand)

To enrol in this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment form or an International Application Form

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • 36 NCEA credits at Level 1 including 12 credits in English and 12 credits in Maths.

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

Applicants who meet the requirements for admission are accepted into the programme in the order their applications are received.

  • English
  • Processing Technologies
  • Home Economics
  • Mathematics
  • Hospitality - Foundation Skills (Sector Related)
  • Cookery - (Sector Related)

Academic 5.5 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

CELTA-Certificate-in-English-Language-Teaching-to-Speakers-of-Other-Languages.xml [a-z: CELTA,English language teaching,Teacher training] [keywords: ] [subject: English_language_teaching]
798 202931 776 944 CELTA - Certificate in English Language Teaching to Speakers of Other Languages G07011 Humanities 22 English_language_teaching Other 8 5 30 0 Weeks One term Received all year Please enquire 14 January, 8 April, 6 June (online), 1 July, 18 November Christchurch - Madras Street $3,000 - $3,500 $4,137 Advised before enrolment.

With a University of Cambridge Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (CELTA) qualification you can teach English as an additional language to people of all ages, anywhere in the world.

During our CELTA course you'll develop an understanding of the key principles and practices of effective English language teaching, and the motivations and roles of both teacher and learner. For more information about CELTA visit the Cambridge English website

There are two different ways of completing the CELTA programme here:

Face to Face

This course takes just 11 weeks part time and comprises 12-15 hours face-to-face study and a minimum of 10 hours independent study each week. It is held on Saturdays (9.00am - 4.30pm) and Tuesday and Thursday evenings (5.30-9.00pm).

CELTA online (blended option)

This option combines online self-directed study with face-to-face teaching practice and observations, over 15 weeks. It includes two, week-long practicums in weeks 6 and 13. This option is ideal if you prefer more flexible learning or if you are from outside Christchurch.

You must be at least 18 years old by the start of the course.

Graduates will be able to teach English to adults throughout the world in a range of environments including tertiary institutions, community education classrooms, private international language schools and in one-on-one tutor positions. Other career options include working with migrant and refugee employment and settlement services.

You might consider the Certificate in Tertiary Learning and Teaching.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an application form.
  • complete the CELTA Application Tasks

Note: Full regulations are available at Cambridge ESOL .

International students are advised to enquire prior to completing their application due to Immigration NZ requirements.

Academic requirements
  • Entry is governed by the entry regulations as set out by Cambridge ESOL Examination. Applicants must have achieved the credits required for University Entrance.

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • Applicants must submit a written pre-interview task and attend an interview during which language proficiency will be assessed.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
mi
Academic 7.0 7.0 7.0 7.0 7.0

Certificate-in-Automotive-Heavy-Engineering.xml [a-z: Automotive trades] [keywords: ] [subject: Motor_industry_trades]
957 282146 939 1103 Certificate in Automotive Heavy Engineering AO3332 Trades 57 Trades Certificate 4 3 121 0 Weeks Full time – 34 weeks Received all year Please enquire February Timaru $5,300 - $6,100 Please enquire Advised on enrolment

Combine your interest and skills in production, engineering, trucks, large agricultural machinery and other heavy vehicles with this pre-trade qualification and specialise in automotive heavy engineering.

You will cover a wide range of heavy equipment topics through both theory and practical learning. To ensure you gain a thorough understanding of automotive engineering the initial part of this programme is studied alongside other motor industry programmes.

Once this part is completed your specialist study begins, and you will have the opportunity to decide which section of the industry you would prefer to focus on.

By successfully completing this programme you will have completed some of the compulsory core and core elective sections of the Level 3 National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Heavy Engineering).

The programme is designed to help you gain an apprenticeship and give you a head start into employment. You will use industry-standard equipment in our specialist workshop and complete work placement to ensure you have plenty of experience when applying for apprenticeships or employment.

This programme covers:

  • Work safety and emergency procedures
  • Measuring, testing, diagnosing and repairing electrical, electronic, wiring and lighting systems
  • Testing, diagnosing and servicing cooling systems
  • Knowledge of internal combustion engines
  • Knowledge of drive line components
  • Inspecting, testing, diagnosing and repairing diesel fuel injection systems and intake and exhaust systems
  • Knowledge of automotive heavy equipment braking systems and hydraulic systems
  • Applying lubricants, sealants and service bearings
  • Understanding technical data and language in the area of automotive heavy engineering.
  • Welding using, gas, manual arc and gas metal arc.

This programme is also offered for Youth Guarantee students. You can apply for these options if you're 16 to 19 years of age and no longer at school, or if you're planning on leaving school.

Gain employment or an apprenticeship within:

  • Road transport service and repair
  • Agricultural equipment service and repair
  • Plant and equipment service and repair
  • Materials handling service and repair
  • Sales, service and repair of marine plant and equipment

Study pathways include the National Certificates in Motor Industry (Automotive Heavy Engineering) Level 3 and 4.

To apply for this programme please complete an Admission and Enrolment form or an International Application form.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • To enter this programme it is desirable that you have at least 3 years secondary education and at least 24 credits at NCEA Level 1 (or equivalent) made up of 12 credits in english and 12 credits in maths.

Alternative requirements
    • Applications from mature students (over 20 years) are welcome.
    • If you don't have the stated entry criteria, talk to us about whether you have the equivalent skills and knowledge or to determine if this is the right programme for you.
Additional requirements
  • You may also be asked to attend an interview and complete a pre-entry test to indicate your level of knowledge and technical ability.

English requirements
  • IELTS 5.5 Academic (no lower than 5.5 in speaking, 5.5
Academic 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

Certificate-in-Beauty-Therapy.xml [a-z: Beauty therapy] [keywords: ] [subject: Beauty_therapy]
945 275333 927 1091 Certificate in Beauty Therapy AO3228 Hospitality and Service Industries 58 Beauty_therapy Certificate 4 4 120 0 Weeks Full time - 34 weeks Received all year 13 January for February start February Christchurch - Madras Street and Timaru $5,850 - $6,150 $19,630 Advised on enrolment

Incorporates International Therapy Examination Council (ITEC) Qualifications.

Beauty therapy roles are varied, creative and in high demand. Employers are seeking trained therapists with the ability to walk into a new job and work with clients straight away.

Our top-quality facilities and products are recognised as some of the best in the industry. Study with leading tutors and learn through a combination of practical and theoretical activities. You will have the opportunity to work with real clients, manage bookings and get direct feedback by running beauty clinics throughout the year. A wide variety of guest speakers such as spa managers, appearance medicine specialists and cosmetic representatives gives you an insight into products, technologies and specific qualities that employers are looking for in employees.

International Therapy Examination Council (ITEC) qualifications are optional in this certificate. If you choose to complete the exam, your qualifications will be recognised by employers and clients internationally. ITEC is an international examination board, operating in over 38 countries worldwide and their qualifications are supported by industry and easily transportable both nationally and internationally.

At the end of this programme you will meet the requirements to become a Registered New Zealand Beauty Therapist.

If you would like to expand your skills and specialisations, prepare yourself for more senior beauty therapy roles and gain an internationally recognised qualification then enrol on our Diploma in Beauty Therapies and Epilation.

This programme covers:

  • Skincare and eye treatments
  • Make up
  • Beauty electrical treatments
  • Hair removal treatments
  • Anatomy and physiology
  • Swedish massage
  • Business and professional conduct
  • Manicure and pedicure
  • Waxing

On successful completion of this programme you will be able to work as a:

  • Registered New Zealand beauty therapist
  • Cosmetic representative
  • Mobile beauty therapist

Further your studies with the Diploma in Beauty Therapies and Epilation (Level 5).

To apply for this programme please complete an Admission and Enrolment form or an International Application form.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Please note: Programme delivery is conditional on enrolments reaching a minimum requirement.

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 1 (80 credits at level 1, including 10 literacy credits and 10 numeracy credits)

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements

Certificate-in-Business-Ownership.xml [a-z: Business,Business management,Management,Online business studies] [keywords: ] [subject: Business,Online_business_studies]
1025 282040 1004 1169 Certificate in Business Ownership AO3171 Business 8 Business 45 Online_business_studies Certificate 4 4 42 0 Weeks Part time - 12 weeks Received all year 27 January for February start; 3 March for April start Flexible Online $450-$500 Advised on enrolment

If you have a fantastic idea for starting your own business and would like some skills and knowledge to get going or explore its potential then the Certificate in Business Ownership is for you.

If you already own your own business then this qualification will extend your knowledge and give you the skills required to help it grow.

Depending on which delivery option you choose, you will be learning online with support through forums/chat sessions and tutor-facilitated workshops allowing you to continue working as you study.

This programme covers:

  • Marketing your business
  • The business plan
  • Employment options and processes
  • Financial management
  • Market research
  • Legal and insurance advice
  • Compliance - OSH, ACC, Taxation
  • Employing staff

Following successful completion of this programme you will have the knowledge and skills to own and manage your own business, be self-employed, work as a consultant, business planner or advisor.

Take your studies further with the Diploma in Applied Business (Level 5), the New Zealand Diploma in Business (Level 6) or a degree qualification.

To apply for this programme please complete an Admission and Enrolment form or an International Application form.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Please note: Programme delivery is conditional on enrolments reaching a minimum requirement.

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 1 (80 credits at level 1, including 10 literacy credits and 10 numeracy credits).

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

Academic 5.5 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

Certificate-in-Contemporary-Music-Performance.xml [a-z: ] [keywords: ] [subject: Music_arts]
812 213159 790 958 Certificate in Contemporary Music Performance WR3083 Creative Industries 43 Music_Arts Certificate 4 4 120 0 Weeks Full time – 1 year Received all year 20 January for February start February Christchurch - Madras Street $5,535 - $5,945 $20,240 Advised on enrolment

This certificate is a great way to take your first big step to becoming a music professional. You will benefit from a strong focus on contemporary music, especially live performance experience.

Music Arts is a great place to learn about and perform a variety of different music styles, including blues, reggae, hip hop/R and B, rock and pop. In the Certificate in Contemporary Music you will receive regular tuition on your chosen instrument, as well as getting the chance to form bands, rehearse and perform.

You'll get 'real world' experience working with students from other disciplines on in-house performances and in our recording studios.

Our regular guest speakers will not only educate and entertain you, but also offer valuable insight into the reality of life as a professional musician.

Find out more about studying music arts

On successful completion of this programme, you will be ready to:

  • pursue career opportunities in the music industry
  • perform as a soloist, or as a band member in a range of contexts
  • write, arrange and record music
  • pursue music tuition

On successful completion of this programme, you will be able to enter further study, including:

  • Bachelor of Musical Arts - subject to successful selection
  • Level 5 qualifications in music from a range of providers, including MAINZ/TPP

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an application form
  • you will also be required to attend an audition

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • 12 credits in NCEA English Level 1.
Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • Entry to the programme is dependent on an audition to assess:

    • instrumental or vocal skills and ability,
    • aural skills
    • basic musical theory skills,
    • ability and potential to study music.

    A successful audition will demonstrate skills and experience on a chosen instrument or as a vocalist. Applicants will:

    • be able to play a musical instrument and/or sing confidently and competently in front of others (preparing at least one piece of own choice).
    • demonstrate a basic knowledge of note recognition, simple major scales and chords, and note values.
    • complete a basic aural test.

    Auditions will be marked equally in the areas of technical ability, musical expression, theory knowledge, aural perception, performance experience, audition performance presentation, commitment/motivation and communication skills.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: Students who have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • Music to Level 2 NCEA
  • English rich subjects to Level 2 NCEA
Academic 5.5 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

Certificate-in-Digital-Photography.xml [a-z: Design,Photography] [keywords: ] [subject: Photography]
943 275330 925 1089 Certificate in Digital Photography AO3177 Creative Industries 47 Photography Certificate 4 5 120 0 Weeks Full time - 34 weeks Received all year 13 January for February start February Timaru $6850 - $7000 $20,350 Student to provide their own digital camera

The Certificate in Digital Photography is about giving your photographic aspirations a flying start. Turn your hobby or creative talents into a career you'll love. Photography is an increasingly profitable and interesting career choice that can lead to employment in many dynamic industries around the world.

This programme will give you a fantastic grounding in digital photography skills. Our campus studios and editing suite utilise industry-standard equipment and digital editing software. Assignments include excursions to distinctive and stunning locations within the South Island and you are encouraged to explore further afield.

During this programme you will learn the techniques and skills required to produce memorable and attention-grabbing imagery by specialising in digital imagery and manipulation. This is a great starting point for a photographic career but can also be used as a launch pad into any of the other photography programmes.

This programme covers:

  • History of photography
  • Digital workflow
  • Elements and composition of photography
  • Specialist techniques.
  • Personal guided project
  • Video techniques and moving image
  • Studio photography
  • Portraiture
  • Business of Photography

Find out more about studying photography

Career opportunities include photographer or photographic assistant in commercial studios, newspapers, retail camera companies, processing labs or the tourism industry.

Graduates from this programme could apply for entry to the Ara Bachelor of Design (Photography) with Recognition of Prior Learning.

To apply for this programme please complete an Admission and Enrolment form or an International Application form.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Please note: Programme delivery is conditional on enrolments reaching a minimum requirement.

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 2

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    • Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.
Academic 5.5 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

Certificate-in-Early-Childhood-Studies.xml [a-z: Education] [keywords: ] [subject: Early_childhood_education]
944 282107 926 1090 Certificate in Early Childhood Studies AO3263 Humanities 16 Early_childhood_education Certificate 4 3 120 0 Weeks Full time - 34 weeks Received all year Please enquire February Christchurch - Madras Street and Timaru $4750 - $5000 Textbooks and any stationery required

Working with children is a rewarding, challenging, fun and diverse career. This introductory programme helps you gain the core skills and knowledge to prepare you to undertake the higher level learning required for employment in the early childhood sector.

A section of this programme is practical and includes work placement in early childhood centres. You will learn through the guidance of a supportive tutor in a practical learning environment.

If you would like to extend your qualification after graduation, you may wish to pathway onto the Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood) offered by Open Polytechnic. This is a correspondence programme which allows students to use our library facilities, as well as be supported in study by a tutor.

Please be aware that the Teachers Council of New Zealand have specific entry criteria relating to teacher education programmes. Open Polytechnic does not meet the requirements for international students.

This programme covers:

  • Health and safety
  • Development in early childhood
  • Parenthood in early childhood
  • Learning through play
  • Planning for learning
  • Guidance strategies
  • Professional practice
  • Agency experience and field work
  • First aid
  • Contextualised numeracy and literacy skills for the early childhood sector

This programme is also offered for Youth Guarantee students. You can apply for these options if you're 16 to 19 years of age and no longer at school, or if you're planning on leaving school.

Graduates are able to seek work as a child care support worker, a home based carer or a nanny.

To apply for this programme please complete an Admission and Enrolment form or an International Application form.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
    • Entry into the Certificate in Early Childhood Studies (Level 3) programme is limited to students 17 years and over.
    • For entry to this certificate it is desirable you have a minimum (or equivalent) of 36 NCEA credits at Level 1, made up of at least 12 credits in english, at least 12 credits in maths and a minimum of 12 credits in at least one other subject.
Alternative requirements
    • Applications from mature students (over 20 years) are welcome.
    • If you don't have the stated entry criteria, talk to us about whether you have the equivalent skills and knowledge or to determine if this is the right programme for you.
Additional requirements
    • An informal interview will be held prior to acceptance to assess suitability for working with children in the community, current experience working with children, a friendly outgoing manner and a willingness to learn.
    • Applicants will be required to complete a police record check.
English requirements
Academic 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

Certificate-in-English-as-an-Additional-Language-English-plus-Volunteer-Work.xml [a-z: ] [keywords: ] [subject: ]
361 115332 613 812 Certificate in English as an Additional Language (English plus Volunteer Work) CH4030 Humanities Certificate 4 4 160 8 Weeks Eight weeks Received all year 2 February, 28 April, 20 July, 12 October Christchurch - Madras Street N/A $390 per week false

Develop your English language skills while working in the Christchurch community as volunteers and making friends in a work environment.

Students are placed in the Christchurch community as volunteers: caring for the elderly, helping in schools, doing office administration work, or working in retail and gardening.

Although hours may be irregular students enjoy practicing their English and making friends in the community.

Most volunteer work placements require that the student has a police safety check; it is recommended that students complete this before they arrive in New Zealand.

A good level of confidence in English speaking and listening is required.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an International Application Form
Academic requirements
  • There are no academic entry requirements for this course. The minimum English Language level for entry to this course is Early Intermediate and Intermediate for IELTS preparation. Exam preparation requires an entry test. You must be at least 17 years of age to apply.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
0

Certificate-in-English-as-an-Additional-Language-Intensive-English-and-English-plus-Core-Skills.xml [a-z: ] [keywords: ] [subject: ]
357 115322 609 808 Certificate in English as an Additional Language (Intensive English and English plus Core Skills) CH4030 Humanities Certificate 4 4 160 8 Weeks Minimum four weeks Applications received all year. 25 May, 22 June, 20 July, 17 August, 14 September, 12 October, 9 November Christchurch - Madras Street and Timaru N/A $390 per week $200 registration fee false

Study intensive English full time and improve your fluency, accuracy and expand your vocabulary through speaking, listening, reading and writing.

If you are at intermediate level or above, you can choose from the following afternoon electives listed below.

Speaking, Listening and Vocabulary Development

Develop and practise intensive listening skills while improving vocabulary knowledge, using authentic material from television and radio, as well as textbook and internet-based resource material. Students will write dialogues using real life situations.

Reading, Writing and Vocabulary Development

Improve general reading and writing skills using a wide variety of formal and informal reading texts such as magazines, newspapers and the internet. Develop a range of reading skills such as scanning, skimming and reading for detail. Learn how to plan and write with structure and cohesion.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an International Application Form
Academic requirements
  • There are no academic entry requirements for this course. You must be at least 17 years of age to apply.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
0

Certificate-in-English-as-an-Additional-Language-Intensive-IELTS-Preparation.xml [a-z: ] [keywords: ] [subject: ]
362 115333 614 813 Certificate in English as an Additional Language (Intensive IELTS Preparation) CH4030 Humanities Certificate 4 4 160 0 Weeks Four weeks Received all year 9 November Christchurch - Madras Street N/A $1,560 Exam fee not included false

In this course you will study reading, writing, listening, and speaking and develop exam strategies in preparation for the IELTS examination.

An IELTS exam preparation can be taken as an afternoon elective, studying General English in the morning, exam preparation which includes reading, writing, speaking and listening in the afternoon.

In addition, a four-week intensive programme is offered in January and June. All applicants must sit a pre-entry test.

On the Saturday following the completion of the course students have the option of sitting the examination at the IELTS examination centre located at the Madras Street Campus.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an International Application Form
Academic requirements
  • There are no academic entry requirements for this course. All applicants must sit a pre-entry test. The minimum English Language level for entry to this course is Intermediate.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
0

Certificate-in-Fitness.xml [a-z: Fitness,Health,Sports training,Personal training] [keywords: ] [subject: Sport_science]
242 114108 483 721 Certificate in Fitness CH3694 Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health 50 Sports_science_wellness_and_human_nutrition Certificate 4 5 60 0 Weeks Full time - 6 months, part time also available Received all year 20 January for February start; 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $3,100 - $3,800 $10,410 Advised before enrolment Base en

Turn your passion of exercise and sport into a profession with our programme and gain the practical skills and theoretical knowledge for a career in the fitness industry.

Our Certificate in Fitness programme will give you a sound theoretical and practical base for working in the fitness industry.

You will study exercise physiology, fitness assessment, nutrition, anatomy and physiology, exercise prescription, performance training and professional practice.

The workload is high with regular tests and assignments and you will benefit from previous study in a science related subject at the equivalent of NCEA Level 2.

With this qualification you will be ready for a number of employment opportunities and career pathways within the fitness industry such as a personal trainer, gym trainer, group exercise instructor and sales and marketing roles.

As a successful fitness industry employee you will have well developed social skills which are also relevant to many other occupations.

Graduates will be eligible for registration with the Register of Exercise Professionals (REPS) at the personal trainer level.

As a Certificate in Fitness graduate you can progress to our Bachelor of Applied Science (Sport and Exercise Science) or Bachelor of Applied Science (Physical Activity, Health and Wellness).

Further study in physical education, recreation, massage therapy, physiotherapy, sports coaching and teaching is also an option.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an fitness domestic application pack or an fitness international application pack.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • 12 credits in NCEA English Level 1 and 36 credits in NCEA Level 2. (Including a minimum of 12 credits in a science related subject).
Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

  • Applicants without a minimum of 12 credits at NCEA Level 2 in a science-related subject must complete FTES401, 'Introduction to Exercise Science'.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    • For acceptable alternatives refer to the English Proficiency Outcomes Chart.
      Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

Preference will be given to applicants who are aged 18 years or older.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Biology
  • Physics
Academic 6.0 6.5 5.0 5.0 6.5

Certificate-in-Foundation-Studies-L1-5.xml [a-z: Foundation studies] [keywords: ] [subject: Foundation_studies]
209 115152 263 501 Certificate in Foundation Studies L1-5 CH3841 Humanities 24 Foundation_studies Certificate 4 0 120 1 Years Full time - 1 year Accepted all year February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $5,800 - $6,400 $19,000 Advised before enrolment Base en

We can create a programme of study, focused on the knowledge and skills needed to meet the entry requirements for your area of interest and chosen career path.

The Certificate in Foundation Studies will enable you to meet the academic and English Language entry requirements for most of the diplomas and degrees.

As a foundation studies student you will develop your English Language and mathematics skills as well as gain an introduction to subjects in your chosen academic field.

This certificate proves you have the capability to commit to a year of study and graduates use this qualification as the basis for more advanced tertiary learning or specialist training in their field of interest.

This qualification provides the academic skills required for success and an introduction into further areas of study. Credits from this certificate (proficiency only) can be transferred towards the NZ Diploma in Business and the Bachelor of Applied Management.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

If you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • The Certificate in Foundation Studies has open entry. However, some specific pathways within the programme have different entry requirements (see below).

    If you are a domestic student you will be asked to do a short reading, writing and mathematics task to assess your level of learning.

  • Health and Science Pathway: Academic entry requirements for the Health and Science Pathway are 42 NCEA credits at Level 3 including 14 credits in biology or human biology, 14 credits in physics, statistics, mathematics, or chemistry, 14 credits across any subject areas or domains. Applicants must have a minimum of 14 credits in mathematics at Level 2, and 14 credits in chemistry at Level 2.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    • IELTS 5.0 Academic (with no lower than 5.0 in each of the subtests).
    • Health and Science Pathway: English requirements for the Health and Science Pathway are 6.5 Academic (with no lower than 7.0 in listening and speaking subtests and no lower than 6.5 in reading and writing subtests).
    • For acceptable alternatives refer to the English Proficiency Outcomes Chart.
      Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.
  • English
  • Mathematics

Certificate-in-Foundation-Studies-L2-Health-and-Support-.xml [a-z: ] [keywords: ] [subject: ]
739 248380 706 885 Certificate in Foundation Studies L2 (Health & Support ) CH4021 Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health 24 Foundation_studies Certificate 4 2 120 0 Weeks
Academic requirements
Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements

Certificate-in-Foundation-Studies-L3-Plumbing-Pretrade.xml [a-z: Plumbing,Trades] [keywords: ] [subject: Plumbing_and_gasfitting]
748 243896 715 894 Certificate in Foundation Studies L3 (Plumbing Pretrade) CH4022 Trades 57 Trades Certificate 4 3 70 0 Weeks Full time - 20 weeks Received all year Please enquire February, July Christchurch - Ensors Road $2,300 -$2,500 Please enquire Advised before enrolment

Discover the ultimate pathway into your apprenticeship with our programme offering work experience in an industry that is always on the lookout for skilled people.

The Plumbing Pre Trade module has been designed to give you all the fundamental skills needed to begin a career in Plumbing, Gasfitting or Drainlaying. You will learn the process of assembling, installing and repairing pipes; how to use plumbing, gasfitting and drainlaying drawings and fabricate basic components. With relevant work experience you will also apply health and safety requirements to plumbing, gasfitting and drainlaying contexts and experience using appropriate safety equipment.

In order to undertake this programme you must be physically able to work safely in an industry related work environment.

Completion of this module will put you in a strong position when applying for an apprenticeship in a plumbing, gasfitting or drainlaying company and for working towards a National Certificate qualification and registration.

This programme is a study pathway towards teh National certificate in Plumbing Level 4 and National certificate in Gasfitting level 4.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Due to Immigration New Zealand visa requirements international students are ineligible to enrol in this certificate.

Academic requirements
  • This programme has open entry, but English language requirements apply.
Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • IELTS 6.0 General (no lower than 6.0 in speaking, 6.0
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • mathematics
General 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Certificate-in-Foundation-Studies-Level-2-Retail.xml [a-z: Retail] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
892 293307 869 1038 Certificate in Foundation Studies Level 2 (Retail) OT5062 Business 8 Business Certificate 4 2 60 0 Weeks Full time - 6 months Received all year Please enquire February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $350 for Programme Advised on enrolment

Prepare for entry-level roles within a range of retail service and sales environments.

If you're interested in working in the service, sales or the retail sector, this programme will help you develop the skills and confidence to enable you to practice professional customer service and sales support to both internal and external customers.

You will gain skills in communication, health and safety, customer service and sales support, and be able to self-manage, problem-solve, understand consumer legislation and work within teams.

This programme is also offered for youth guarantee and CTC students.

The skills and knowledge acquired on this course can be applied in a wide variety of junior sales, service and retail roles.

Options for further study include the New Zealand Certificate in Retail Level 3 and the New Zealand Certificate in Business (Administration & Technology).

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an application form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Academic requirements
  • This programme has open entry.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • IELTS 5.0 Academic (no lower than 5.0 in speaking, 5.0
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

Applicants who meet the requirements for admission are accepted into the programme in the order their applications are received.

  • English
  • Mathematics
Academic 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

Certificate-in-Japanese-Foundation.xml [a-z: Languages,Japanese,Foundation studies] [keywords: ] [subject: Japanese,Foundation_studies]
161 110303 406 644 Certificate in Japanese (Foundation) CH3906 Humanities 24 Foundation_studies 33 Japanese Certificate 4 3 60 0 Weeks Full time - 6 months Received all year 20 January for February start February Christchurch - Madras Street $2,850 - $3,450 $9,815 Advised before enrolment Base en

Take the first exciting step on your journey towards communicating in Japanese with this intensive 17-week programme designed to kick-start your language skills.

During your studies you will develop the language skills to read, write, listen and speak basic Japanese to communicate effectively.

No prior knowledge of Japanese is required for this foundation course.

This is an academic course of study and time and commitment to after class study is essential for success in this programme. The programme leader will be available to discuss the programme with you to ensure it meets your needs.

This programme is intended for those whose first language is not Japanese. The Head of School will, in consultation with the relevant language specialist, determine whether you are a first language speaker.

With a focus on practical application and spoken Japanese, this programme will give you a basic understanding and speaking ability, which can be applied to employment situations or a visit to Japan. Employment options include working in the tourism, hospitality and teaching professions.

Following on from the Certificate in Japanese (Foundation) you may wish to further enhance your Japanese language skills with our Certificate in Japanese, Diploma in Japanese or the Bachelor of Language (Japanese).

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

If you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • This programme has open entry, but English language requirements apply.
Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

General 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

Certificate-in-Japanese.xml [a-z: Languages,Japanese] [keywords: ] [subject: Japanese]
158 110206 381 619 Certificate in Japanese CH3460 Humanities 33 Japanese Certificate 4 4 120 1 Years Full time - 1 year Received all year 20 January for February start February Christchurch - Madras Street $5,820 - $6,400 $19,630 Advised before enrolment Base en

Become proficient in spoken Japanese, master the three Japanese alphabets and gain knowledge of Japanese customs and society with our intensive one year certificate.

During your studies, you will learn how to communicate confidently with Japanese speakers in a range of everyday situations. In addition, you will also develop the ability to read and write Japanese to a similar level.

Please note: This certificate is designed for people who have little or no previous knowledge of the Japanese language.

On completion of this programme you will master the reading and writing of hirigana and katakana and 200 kanji (Chinese characters). You will also learn about Japanese society and gain an appreciation of Japanese customs and values.

This is an academic course of study and time and commitment to after class study is essential for success in this programme. The programme leader will be available to discuss the programme with you to ensure it meets your needs.

This programme is intended for those whose first language is not Japanese. The Head of School will, in consultation with the relevant language specialist, determine whether you are a first language speaker.

On completion of this programme, you will have completed 1,200 hours of Japanese study and this is a sound foundation to build your language skills.

Many graduates of this certificate programme continue studying towards our Diploma in Japanese or the Bachelor of Language (Japanese). Alternatively, you might choose apply your learning, speaking it when you have the opportunity.

Take your language skills to the next level and consider a Bachelor of Language (Japanese).

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • 36 NCEA credits at Level 1 including 12 credits in English.
Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
General 5.5 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

Certificate-in-Maori-Foundation-Studies-Te-Haeata.xml [a-z: Te Puna Wānaka Māori and Pasifika studies,Languages,Māori language and culture,Foundation studies] [keywords: ] [subject: Te_Reo_Māori_and_Pasifika_studies,Foundation_studies]
351 115438 608 807 Certificate in Māori Foundation Studies - Te Haeata CH3960 Humanities 24 Foundation_studies 55 Te_Reo_Māori_and_Pasifika_studies Certificate 4 3 60 0 Weeks Full time - 1 semester Received all year Please enquire February Christchurch - Madras Street No fee, $87.60 levy Please enquire Advised before enrolment

Take your first steps toward learning the essence of Māori culture, language and tradition within our supportive whānau environment.

Our six month foundation programme with a Māori studies focus is designed for students who want to develop academic skills and knowledge for further areas of tertiary study.

In this programme you will learn about language, myths, traditions and history, while upholding our core values of manaakitanga, aroha, rangatiratanga and whanaungatanga.

You also have the opportunity to advance your learning with an elective in one of the following areas:

  • Māori art and design
  • Health and welfare
  • Computing
  • Mathematics
  • Hospitality

Prior to beginning this qualification we invite you to meet with a staff member to discuss all aspects of your studies and talk through any issues that might limit the successful completion of your programme. You will also complete a written assessment to ensure this programme is suitable for your level.

After completing this certificate you will have a greater understanding of Māori language and customs.

This qualification can assist your career with work in tourism, arts and media, health and education, sports, administration and resourcing for social and economic development agencies.

Certificate graduates can progress to the second semester of Te Ata Hōu Certificate in Māori Studies.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an application form

Due to Immigration New Zealand visa requirements international students are ineligible to enrol in this certificate.

Academic requirements
  • This programme has open entry, but English language requirements apply.
Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Te Reo Māori
Academic 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

Certificate-in-Media-Communication.xml [a-z: Broadcasting communications,Journalism,Media] [keywords: ] [subject: Media_communications]
952 280309 934 1098 Certificate in Media Communication AO3107 Creative Industries 62 Media_communications Certificate 4 4 120 0 Weeks Full time - 34 weeks Received all year 20 January for February start February Christchurch - Madras Street $5,300 - $5,500 $21,900 Textbooks

This hands-on programme focuses on skills for the rapidly changing multimedia landscape.

You will get out in the community interviewing and gathering stories and learn to write for print, radio, television and the web. You will also have the opportunity to submit stories for publication or broadcast.

This programme gives you an overview of some of the exciting opportunities available in this dynamic industry. It also operates with strong support from industry.

In this programme you will learn about:

  • Writing news stories for TV, radio, newspapers and the web
  • Rules, regulations and ethical codes for journalists
  • Video and web journalism
  • Presenting skills - radio and television
  • Communicating in a multi-cultural society
  • Interviewing skills
  • Feature writing
  • Radio reporting
  • Understanding how newsrooms work
  • Photojournalism
  • Filming and editing - producing digital news videos

You are expected to sustain a full time and responsible commitment to this programme, with the understanding that productive group work and success in the programme depends on 100% participation.

In addition to timetabled classes, there is an expectation that students will complete self-directed learning. Appropriate preparation, developmental training and practice in your own time is required.

Find out more about studying media communication

With this qualification career opportunities include roles in the media as well as jobs such as editorial assistant, freelance writing, copywriting and in-house publishing/informational positions.

Once you've completed the programme you may apply to enter the Bachelor of Broadcasting Communications programme.

To apply for this programme please complete an Admission and Enrolment form or an International Application form.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Please note: Programme delivery is conditional on enrolments reaching a minimum requirement.

Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 1 (80 credits at level 1, including 10 literacy credits and 10 numeracy credits)

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

Academic 5.5 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

Certificate-in-Motor-Industry-Cars.xml [a-z: Automotive trades] [keywords: ] [subject: Motor_industry_trades]
958 282145 940 1104 Certificate in Motor Industry (Cars) AO3334 Trades 57 Trades Certificate 4 3 130 0 Weeks Full time - 34 weeks Received all year Please enquire February Timaru $6060 - $6500

Gain essential practical skills and knowledge to start a career in the motor industry.

Covering many facets of vehicle service and repair, this programme is designed to equip you with essential skills for entry level positions in the industry.

You'll learn about safe working practices, general engineering and welding. You'll get hands-on experience working with light vehicle electrics, fuel systems and general maintenance, as well as transmission systems, brakes and steering. You'll also learn how to disassemble and reassemble two- and four-stroke and diesel engines.

This programme is also offered for Youth Guarantee students. You can apply for these options if you're 16 to 19 years of age and no longer at school, or if you're planning on leaving school.

With this qualification you'll have the required skills for a range of employment opportunities in the motor industry, specifically in the areas of repair and service of cars, motorbikes and all-terrain vehicles.

Once in employment you can enrol as a trainee with the New Zealand Motor Industry Training Organisation and progress onto the National Certificate (Level 4).

To apply for this programme please complete an Admission and Enrolment form or an International Application form.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Please note: Programme delivery is conditional on enrolments reaching a minimum requirement.

Academic requirements
  • For entry to our Certificate in Motor Industry it is desirable that you have at least 3 years secondary education and at least 24 credits at NCEA Level 1 (or equivalent) made up of at least 12 credits in english and at least 12 credits in maths.

Alternative requirements
  • Applications from mature students (over 20 years) are welcome.

    If you don't have the stated entry criteria, talk to us about whether you have the equivalent skills and knowledge or to determine if this is the right programme for you.

Additional requirements
  • You will also be asked to attend an interview and complete a pre-entry test to indicate your level of literacy, numeracy and technical skills.

English requirements
Academic 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

Certificate-in-Outdoor-Recreation.xml [a-z: Outdoor education,Sustainability and outdoor education] [keywords: ] [subject: Sustainability_and_outdoor_education]
948 282128 930 1094 Certificate in Outdoor Recreation AO3076 Humanities 51 Sustainability_and_outdoor_education Certificate 4 4 120 0 Weeks Full time – 34 weeks Received all year Please enquire February Timaru $6,050 - $6,700 $20,860 Personal outdoor clothing and equipment (advised on enrolment).

Begin your career or personal experience in outdoor pursuits, education and recreation.

This programme is perfect for personal development and a career path in the outdoors. Based at our Timaru campus, you'll have access to stunning recreational areas in the heart of New Zealand's adventure tourism region.

It covers environmental science; exercise science for the outdoors; outdoor recreation risk management; expedition planning; and group dynamics.

You'll gain a wide range of outdoor skills in rock climbing, mountaineering, kayaking, tramping, mountain biking and skiing, and you'll finish the year by planning, organising and running a ten-day wilderness expedition.

The majority of learning is through practical experiences and foundation theory lessons on campus and in the outdoors. On-campus facilities include a climbing wall and boulder room. This qualification encourages a high level of self motivation, personal determination and teamwork.

Please check with programme leader for course availability.

On successful completion of this programme possible employment options include the adventure tourism industry, a tourism industry guide or as a school camp leader.

For ongoing development of your qualifications complete our industry recognised Diploma in Outdoor Instruction and Management (Level 5) and Diploma in Outdoor Education (Level 6).

To apply for this programme please complete an Admission and Enrolment form or an International Application form.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • Entry requirements are designed to ensure that every student has the best opportunity for success in their chosen field of study.

    For entry to this certificate it is desirable you have a minimum of 48 NCEA credits at Level 2 (or equivalent), made up of at least 12 credits at NCEA Level 2 in literacy, and at least 12 credits at NCEA Level 2 in numeracy.

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • We will also ask you to submit:

    • A current first aid certificate (Red Cross Comprehensive or St John's Workplace) which is current at the time the programme starts.
    • Successful applicants will be required to complete a New Zealand Police Consent to Disclosure of Information form depending on their placement. The form will be sent to the Police Licensing and Vetting Service, and returned in confidence to the Head of Department. Information on the NZ Police Vetting Service is available from the New Zealand Police website.
    • You must be capable of swimming a minimum of 50 metres, and be able to carry a full overnight tramping pack on multi day trips. You must also submit a log showing that within the last five years you have undertaken a minimum of 20 days of outdoor recreational activity including multi-day activities e.g. camping, tramping or a related activity.
English requirements
Academic 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

Certificate-in-Pasifika-Foundation-Studies.xml [a-z: Te Puna Wānaka Māori and Pasifika studies,Pasifika languages and culture,Foundation studies] [keywords: ] [subject: Te_Reo_Māori_and_Pasifika_studies,Foundation_studies]
380 115441 617 816 Certificate in Pasifika Foundation Studies CH3960 Humanities 24 Foundation_studies 55 Te_Reo_Māori_and_Pasifika_studies Certificate 4 3 60 0 Weeks Full time - 1 semester Received all year Please enquire February Christchurch - Madras Street No fee, $87.60 levy Please enquire Advised before enrolment

In our supportive fanau community you will learn about the rich diversity of traditions and creative arts that are at the heart of all Pacific Island cultures.

Our six month foundation programme with a Pasifika studies focus that is designed for those who want to take the first step in further areas of tertiary study.

You will learn about Pasifika language, customs, art and design, while developing skills for further tertiary study. Alternatively, you may study an elective of your choice instead of art and design such as computing skills, maths and hospitality.

Prior to beginning this qualification we invite you to meet with a staff member to discuss all aspects of your studies and talk through any issues that might limit the successful completion of your programme. You will also complete a written assessment to ensure this programme is suitable for your level.

After completing this certificate you will have a greater understanding of Pacific Island cultures and find this qualification of use in health and education, social and economic development agencies, or working with arts, media and tourism organisations.

On completion of this programme you can progress to the second semester of Te Ata Hou, the Certificate in Maori Studies, provided you have foundation te reo ability at level 3.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an application form

Due to Immigration New Zealand visa requirements international students are ineligible to enrol in this certificate.

Academic requirements
  • This programme has open entry, but English language requirements apply.
Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
Academic 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

Certificate-in-Samoan-Language-Gagana-Samoa.xml [a-z: Pasifika languages and culture] [keywords: ] [subject: Te_Reo_Māori_and_Pasifika_studies]
917 269500 894 1063 Certificate in Sāmoan Language (Gagana Sāmoa) G21027 Humanities 55 Te_Reo_Māori_and_Pasifika_studies Training Scheme 9 5 30 8 Weeks Part time - six months Received all year Please enquire February, July, October Christchurch - Madras Street Free TBC Advised on enrolment

Increase your understanding of Samoan language and culture for everyday social, community and work situations.

This programme has been designed to develop your confidence in using the Samoan language so you can communicate with elders, use the language in the home and ensure the next generation of Samoan New Zealanders retain their language and culture. It's equally useful if you wish to increase your understanding of Samoan language and culture for the purpose of communicating effectively in social, community or work situations.

During the course you'll develop language for everyday social interactions and gain an appreciation of the complexities of fa'asāmoa (Samoan culture), as well as Samoan values and world-views. You'll also gain an understanding of the culture and the protocols commonplace in the many rituals and ceremonies that are an integral part of Samoan society.

After completing this certificate you can apply your increased understanding of Samoan culture in the health, education, social services, arts, media and tourism sectors to enhance relationships with Samoan people and communities.

Upon successful completion of this programme, you'll possess sufficient knowledge of Gagana Sāmoa to further your studies at degree level.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an application form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • 12 credits in English level 1 and 36 credits in NCEA level 2.

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • PASF111 Gagana Sāmoa and PASF115 Gagana Sāmoa 2

    OR

    Equivalent introductory knowledge of Samoan language.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: Students who have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
Academic 6.0 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

Certificate-in-Sports-Training-and-Indigenous-Culture-TOA-Sports.xml [a-z: Fitness,Te Puna Wānaka Māori and Pasifika studies,Sports training,Māori language and culture,Personal training,Foundation studies] [keywords: sports, sport, TOA sports] [subject: TOA_sports,Foundation_studies]
136 113359 485 723 Certificate in Sports Training and Indigenous Culture - TOA Sports CH4014 Humanities 24 Foundation_studies 52 TOA_sports Certificate 4 3 120 1 Years Full time - 1 year, part time - up to 3 years Received all year 20 January for February start February Christchurch - Madras Street and off-site sporting venues $1,600 - $1,850 Please enquire Advised before enrolment Base en

If you are interested in sport and fitness you will have the opportunity to gain further physical, health and mental conditioning while gaining an understanding of Māori and Pasifika language and cultures.

This one-year, full time certificate programme (also known as TOA Sports) combines study in sport, fitness and indigenous language and culture in a supportive whānau environment.

From 2016, TOA Sports will specialise in rugby league and can be studied at either our Christchurch - Madras Street campus or at the Lions Sports Trust in Linwood.

If rugby league is your passion, this programme will improve both your league skills and your academic abilities. You'll enhance your physical, health and mental conditioning for the sport, while at the same time gaining an understanding of Te Reo Māori and other Pacific Island languages and cultures.

You'll learn about the many aspects of the sport and fitness industry and how to improve your own physical health and wellbeing. Areas of study include basic human anatomy, fitness assessment methods, plus physiology and nutrition for athletes. TOA Sports also covers the core principles and practices of sports training and coaching at the sub-elite level, to prepare you for further study in sport, health and recreation.

Turn your passion of sports into your career with our certificate. With further study you can specialise in personal or team training, gym management, sports promotion, physiotherapy or sports medicine.

On successful completion of this programme you will be eligible to apply for entry to further study including:

  • Te Ata Hōu- Certificate in Foundation Studies (60 credits are able to be cross-credited),
  • Certificate in Pre Health and Science
  • Certificate in Fitness (you may need to complete FTES401 INtroduction to Exercise Science)

By completing Te Ata Hōu (the Certificate in Māori Studies) you can apply to enrol in the Bachelor of Language (Māori). If you complete a science-rich pathway at Level 4 (for example the Certificate in Pre Health and Science) you'll be eligible for entry to the Bachelor of Applied Science in either Sport and Exercise Science, or Physical Activity, Health and Wellbeing.

Staff can meet with you to discuss the programme and assess its suitability for you.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form

If you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Due to Immigration New Zealand visa requirements international students are ineligible to enrol in this certificate.

Academic requirements
  • This programme has open entry, but English language requirements apply.
Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Te Reo Māori
Academic 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

Certificate-in-Tertiary-Learning-and-Teaching.xml [a-z: Tertiary learning and teaching] [keywords: ] [subject: Teacher_education]
482 218875 476 714 Certificate in Tertiary Learning and Teaching CH4020 Humanities 53 Teacher_education Certificate 4 5 60 0 Weeks Part time over four years Received all year Please enquire Throughout the year Christchurch - Madras Street $388 per course To be confimed Advised before enrolment Base en

The Certificate in Tertiary Learning and Teaching is a 60 credit workplace-based programme for practicing classroom teachers.

The programme will enable you to develop the basic skills you need to engage learners, design and plan for learning, assess and provide feedback and to reflect on and evaluate classroom practice.

The programme is focussed on applied classroom practice, and is delivered through a blend of workshops, on-line independent and interactive activities and classroom support.

You will need to be working in a tertiary teaching environment with access to students, learning programmes and teaching opportunities.

You will have developed and extended your skills as a tertiary educator.

Following on from the certificate you may wish to further enhance your teacher education skills with the Diploma in Tertiary Learning and Teaching.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an tertiary learning and teaching application pack.

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Due to Immigration New Zealand visa requirements international students are ineligible to enrol in this certificate.

Academic requirements
  • 12 credits in NCEA English Level 1 and 36 credits in NCEA Level 2.
Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of equivalent literacy and ability to study at Level 5 through previous study, work or life experience

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you are also required to provide evidence of your English language skills. Refer also to the Acceptable Alternatives Chart which includes credits in English-rich subjects from New Zealand educational institutions. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

  • English
  • Mathematics
Academic 7.0 7.0 7.0 7.0 7.0

Certificate-of-Proficiency-Foundation-L1-5.xml [a-z: Adult literacy and numeracy,Foundation studies] [keywords: ] [subject: Foundation_studies]
208 115372 215 453 Certificate of Proficiency (Foundation) L1-5 CHCOP3 Humanities 24 Foundation_studies Certificate 4 4 60 0 Weeks Full time - 6 months, part time available Received all year 20 January for February start; 23 June for July start February, July Madras Street Campus $2,600 - $3,100 per semester (depends on courses selected) $9,500 Advised before enrolment Base en

Advance with this programme and develop the knowledge you need for further tertiary study with specific courses to gain the academic requirements for most CPIT diplomas and degrees.

When you have successfully completed this certificate , you will have met the academic entry criteria to apply for your chosen target programme.

The Certificate in Proficiency is made up of core courses such as:

  • English - Preparation for Academic Studies (for domestic students)
  • English for Tertiary Studies (if English is not your first language)
  • Mathematics

Specific area courses can include:

  • Computing
  • Business
  • Engineering

In special cases it may be possible to substitute a core course for an alternative course if you have already shown that you are competent in this area.

This qualification is designed to help you meet the entry requirements for a further qualification.

On completion of this programme you will be ready to apply for other CPIT programmes. Please note completing this foundation programme does not give you automatic entry to higher qualifications as places may be limited and other entry criteria may apply.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

If you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • This programme has open entry, but English language requirements apply.
  • If you are a domestic student you will be asked to do a short reading, writing and maths task to assess your level of learning, so you can start at the right place to success.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    • IELTS 5.5 Academic (with no lower than 5.0 in any of the subtests). For acceptable alternatives refer to the English Proficiency Outcomes Chart.
      Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

Competency-Assessment-Programme-Enrolled-Nurse.xml [a-z: ] [keywords: ] [subject: Nursing]
815 215975 793 961 Competency Assessment Programme - Enrolled Nurse G21002 Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health 44 Nursing Training Scheme 9 5 34 0 Weeks Full time - 9 weeks Received all year 2 November for January and October start; 15 September for June start January, June, October Christchurch - Madras Street $1,500 - $1,700 Please eqnuire Travel, MRSA, indemnity insurance

Our nursing programme gives New Zealand Enrolled Nurses returning to practice after five years or more, or internationally qualified Enrolled Nurses, the opportunity to obtain their current practicing certificate through the competency assessment programme.

This intensive programme comprises of three weeks of theory and includes study in ethics, regulations in New Zealand, quality assurance, cultural safety and preparation for clinical practice and a practical clinical component which runs for six weeks.

Please note this is a pathway to reactivate your existing scope of practice. It is not a transition pathway for Enrolled Nurses who wish to remove restrictions on their scope of practice.

Internationally qualified nurses: This programme will accept internationally qualified nurses who currently hold an approved registration in a country other than New Zealand. Internationally qualified nurses require a current visa or other evidence of right to study in New Zealand, with the appropriate letter to allow entry to the clinical workplace.

Applications are accepted subject to the availability of suitable clinical placement.

After completion of the theory and clinical components and having successfully met the Nursing Council of New Zealand's competencies for registration for your existing scope of practice, you may apply to the Nursing Council of New Zealand for a current practicing certificate.

Specialise in an area of your choice with our Graduate Certificate in Nursing Practice.

complete an competency assessment programme domestic application pack

Academic requirements
  • Applicants must be a New Zealand Enrolled Nurse or an internationally qualified nurse with the appropriate documentation (see Additional Requirements) and have at least one year of employment as an Enrolled Nurse.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
  • New Zealand applicants will be New Zealand enrolled nurses. Internationally qualified nurses must o hold an approved registration in a country other than New Zealand; o have a letter from the Nursing Council approving their qualification and documenting the English, theoretical and practical requirements that they must meet in order to gain registration in New Zealand; have a current visa or other evidence of right to study in New Zealand with the appropriate letter to allow entry to the clinical workplace and If from a non English speaking background meet the English requirements below.

  • In order to participate in the clinical components of the programme, you must meet various Health Authority requirements. Currently, MRSA clearance is required by most clinical practice areas.
  • Consent to Disclosure of Information
    Successful applicants will be required to complete a New Zealand Police Consent to Disclosure of Information form depending on their placement. The form will be sent to the Police Licensing and Vetting Service, and returned in confidence to the Head of School. Information on the NZ Police Vetting Service is available from the New Zealand Police website.

  • Provide two referee reports (one must be from your most recent employer).

English requirements

Usually the maximum number of students that can be accepted in any one intake is 30. This is directly linked to the availability of suitable clinical placements.

In the event of the number of applicants exceeding the number of places applicants will be accepted in order of application and clinical placement availability. If suitable applicants exceed the maximum intake students per programme, applicants will be placed on a wait list in order of application.

The final decision for entry will be conditional upon all required documentation being sighted and verified as well as the availability of a suitable clinical placement.

For enrolled nurses only

Academic 7.0 7.0 7.0 7.0 7.0

Competency-Assessment-Programme-Registered-Nurse.xml [a-z: ] [keywords: ] [subject: Nursing]
814 215973 792 960 Competency Assessment Programme - Registered Nurse G21001 Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health 44 Nursing Training Scheme 9 7 34 0 Weeks Full time - 9 weeks Received all year 2 November for January start; 28 April for June start; 15 September for October start January, June, October Christchurch - Madras Street $1,500 - $1,700 $6,035 Travel, MRSA, indemnity insurance

Our nursing programme gives New Zealand Registered Nurses returning to practice after five years or more, or internationally qualified Registered Nurses, the opportunity to obtain their current practicing certificate through the competency assessment programme.

This intensive programme comprises of three weeks of theory and includes study in ethics, regulations in New Zealand, quality assurance, cultural safety and preparation for clinical practice and a practical clinical component which runs for six weeks.

Internationally qualified nurses: This programme will accept internationally qualified nurses who currently hold an approved registration in a country other than New Zealand. Internationally qualified nurses require a current visa or other evidence of right to study in New Zealand, with the appropriate letter to allow entry to the clinical workplace.

Applications are accepted subject to the availability of suitable clinical placement.

After completion of the theory and clinical components and having successfully met the Nursing Council of New Zealand's competencies for registration, you may apply to the Nursing Council of New Zealand for a current practicing certificate.

Specialise in an area of your choice with our Graduate Certificate in Nursing Practice.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an competency assessment programme domestic application pack.

Academic requirements
  • Applicants must be a New Zealand Registered Nurse or an internationally qualified nurse with the appropriate documentation (see Additional Requirements) and have at least one year of employment as a Registered Nurse.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
  • New Zealand applicants will be New Zealand registered nurses. Internationally qualified nurses must:

    • hold an approved registration in a country other than New Zealand;
    • have a letter from the Nursing Council approving their qualification and documenting the English, theoretical and practical requirements that they must meet in order to gain registration in New Zealand;
    • have a current visa or other evidence of right to study in New Zealand with the appropriate letter to allow entry to the clinical workplace and
    • If from a non English speaking background meet the English requirements below.
  • In order to participate in the clinical components of the programme, you must meet various Health Authority requirements. Currently, MRSA clearance is required by clinical practice areas.

  • Consent to Disclosure of Information
    Successful applicants will be required to complete a New Zealand Police Consent to Disclosure of Information form depending on their placement. The form will be sent to the Police Licensing and Vetting Service, and returned in confidence to the Head of School. Information on the NZ Police Vetting Service is available from the New Zealand Police website.

  • Provide two referee reports (one must be from your most recent employer).

English requirements

Usually the maximum number of students that can be accepted in any one intake is 30. This is directly linked to the availability of suitable clinical placements.

In the event of the number of applicants exceeding the number of places applicants will be accepted in order of application and clinical placement availability. If suitable applicants exceed the maximum intake students per programme, applicants will be placed on a wait list in order of application.

The final decision for entry will be conditional upon all required documentation being sighted and verified as well as the availability of a suitable clinical placement.

  • For registered nurses only
Academic 7.0 7.0 7.0 7.0 7.0

Craftsman-Common.xml [a-z: Trades,Pasifika Trades Training,Gibstopping] [keywords: ] [subject: Plumbing_and_gasfitting]
186 115485 480 718 Craftsman Common G11016 Trades Short Award 5 5 30 1 Years 41 weeks Please enquire February Christchurch - Ensors Road $952 Please enquire Advised before enrolment Base en

This qualification will prepare you to sit the Craftsman Common Examination, conducted by the Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers Registration Board.

Within this qualification, you will study compliance, standards and finance.

On completion of Craftsman Common you will be able to:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of building construction and how it is affected by installation of service lines and appliances.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of natural and mechanical installations for heating and ventilation.
  • Demonstrate advanced knowledge of design processes, planning and drawing interpretation for the purpose of directing staff in plumbing and gasfitting work, and an understanding of the work of the building services engineer.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of applied science as it affects design of installations of plumbing and gasfitting.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of safety and safety procedures for carrying out plumbing and gasfitting.
  • Demonstrate advanced knowledge of plumbing and gasfitting techniques of workmanship and technology, including testing installations and materials.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the efficient running of a business.
  • Demonstrate a working knowledge of legislation relating to running a business and employing staff, and relating to government and local bodies.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of principles of industrial relations.

You must be able to work in a busy trades-related environment.

On completion of this short award you will be prepared for successfully complete the 9194 Craftsman Common examination conducted by the Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers Registration Board .

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an application form

Due to Immigration New Zealand visa requirements international students are ineligible to enrol in this short award.

Academic requirements
  • Completion of the necessary time requirements as set by the Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers Board.

  • Successful completion of Registration examinations for either or both of the subjects

  • Successful completion of the National Certificate in Plumbing or Gasfitting Level 4

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

All students who meet the entry criteria will be allowed entry into Craftsman Common.

  • English
  • Mathematics
General 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Craftsman-Gasfitting.xml [a-z: Trades,Gasfitting,Pasifika Trades Training] [keywords: ] [subject: Plumbing_and_gasfitting]
191 115482 482 720 Craftsman Gasfitting G11018 Trades Short Award 5 5 30 1 Years 41 weeks Please enquire February Christchurch - Ensors Road $1,090 - $1,650 Please enquire Advised before enrolment Base en

This short award prepares Registered Plumbers and Gasfitters to sit the Craftsman Gasfitting Examination, conducted by the Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers Registration Board.

During your studies, you will gain skills and knowledge and learn how to explain the design principles and procedures, in accordance with current legislation and standards for:

  • Gas service lines, and meter installations
  • Gas supply pipe-work
  • Gas hot water supply systems
  • Domestic gas space heating systems and gas fired air heating and ventilation
  • Installations
  • Installations of domestic gas-fired appliances and equipment
  • Installations of commercial gas-fired appliances and equipment
  • Installations of industrial gas fired appliances and equipment
  • Gasfitting fluing (including sheet metal)

You must be able to work in a busy trades-related environment.

On successful completion of this short award, you will receive a statement of attainment and you will be prepared for the successful completion of the 9196 Craftsman Common examination conducted by the Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers Registration Board .

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an application form

Due to Immigration New Zealand visa requirements international students are ineligible to enrol in this short award.

Academic requirements
  • Completion of the necessary time requirements as set out by the Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers Board.

  • Successful completion of Registration examinations for either or both of the subjects

  • Successful completion of the National Certificate in Plumbing or Gasfitting Level 4

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
  • Students must have completed the Craftsman Common before beginning this programme.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

All students who meet the entry criteria will be allowed entry into this short award.

  • English
  • Mathematics
General 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Craftsman-Plumbing.xml [a-z: Trades,Plumbing,Pasifika Trades Training] [keywords: ] [subject: Plumbing_and_gasfitting]
189 115484 481 719 Craftsman Plumbing G11017 Trades Short Award 5 5 30 1 Years 41 weeks Received all year Please enquire February Christchurch - Ensors Road $944.50 Please enquire Advised before enrolment Base en

This qualification provides you with enhanced skills and knowledge related to plumbing.

You will learn about design principles and procedures, in accordance with current leglislation and standards for:

  • Water supply systems
  • Water supply backflow protection systems
  • Hot water systems
  • Foul water systems
  • Weather proofing buildings

You must be able to work in a busy trades-related environment.

The short award will prepare you for the successful completion of the 9195 Craftsman common examination conducted by the Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers Registration Board .

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an application form

Due to Immigration New Zealand visa requirements international students are ineligible to enrol in this short award.

Academic requirements
  • Completion of the necessary time requirements set by the Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers Board.

  • Successful completion of Registration examinations for either or both of the subjects.

  • Successful completion of the National Certificate in Plumbing or Gasfitting Level 4.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
  • Students must have completed the Craftsman Common short award to gain entry to this programme.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

All students who meet the entry criteria will be allowed entry into this short award.

  • English
  • Mathematics
General 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Diploma-In-Accounting.xml [a-z: Accounting,Business,Commerce] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
44 112964 304 542 Diploma In Accounting CH3966 Business 8 Business Diploma 3 5 120 1 Years Full time – 1 year, part time and evening options available. Received all year 22 January for February start; 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street, Timaru, Ashburton, Oamaru $3,295 - $3,845 $18,400 Advised before enrolment Base en

Learn the vital role quality accounting plays across all areas of business today with our qualification which is ideal to launch your career in this well respected industry.

This full time one year diploma provides you with appropriate knowledge and skills in accounting, primarily you will investigate software applications, study accounting principles and accounting practices.

You will also gain a thorough grounding in financial and management accounting with options to specialise in taxation, business financing, or other aspects of business.

When you have successfully completed this diploma you will be qualified to apply for employment in positions such as an accounts assistant or an administration assistant, which may lead to employment as an office manager. Our diploma is also an excellent foundation for expanding your accounting and business qualifications.

There are opportunities for further study after this diploma. You may decide to continue studying for the NZ Diploma in Business and after completing this qualification you may register with the NZ Institute of Chartered Accountants (NZICA) as a provisional member.

Further study and work experience are required to become an accounting technician as awarded by NZICA. Completion of this programme will give entry and credit recognition to the business degree.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • 50 credits at Level 2 or above with at least 12 credits in each of three subjects including a minimum of 8 literacy credits at Level 2 or higher in English or Te Reo (4 credits must be in reading and 4 credits must be in writing). The literacy credits will be selected from a schedule of approved achievement standards and unit standards.

  • and a minimum of 14 numeracy credits at Level 1 or higher in mathematics or Pangarau on the National Qualifications Framework.

Alternative requirements
  • Equivalent relevant business experience.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing / ICT
  • Economics
  • Accounting
  • Business
Academic 6.0 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

Diploma-in-Arts-and-Media-Digital-Design-and-Photography.xml [a-z: Art,Design] [keywords: ] [subject: Design]
1081 303957 1063 1225 Diploma in Arts and Media (Digital Design and Photography) NE4820 Creative Industries 4 Art_and_design Diploma 3 5 120 0 Weeks Full time - 34 weeks over 1 year, part time also available Received all year 13 January for February start February Timaru $6,200 - $6,670 $20,860 Additional funds will be required for the purchase of art materials

Join the dynamic and creative industry of Graphic and Digital Design and learn how to effectively communicate through visual designs, text, images and animation.

The Level 5 Diploma continues the work begun on the Certificate in Arts and Media (Level 4) with a higher degree of specialisation in graphic design and multimedia.

As well as studying logo design, visual identities, creating your own t-shirt range and picture book you will include the use of animation to create motion graphics.

Graduates of the Diploma in Arts and Media - Digital Design and Photography can apply the basic principles of graphic design to multimedia/digital application.

They can develop digital imagery, animation and multimedia solutions using current technology and proficiently use and apply graphics and multimedia software. Graduates are ready for a career in digital graphic design or multimedia or can continue onto further study on the Bachelor of Arts and Media at NMIT.

You will also submit your chosen designs to showcase and sell at our annual exhibition; Polychrome held at Aigantighe Art gallery.

This programme covers:

  • Graphic and Digital Design: Use the latest Adobe Creative Suite software including: Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator and After Effects. Gain industry-focused graphic and digital design knowledge and skills. Learn about image manipulation, graphic design principles, layout, typography and animation.
  • Visual Culture: Gain a better understanding of art history and theory of images.
  • Drawing and Design: Develop experimental technical and explorative drawing skills.
  • Animation: Learn motion graphics as seen in movies, TV commercials and websites.
  • Internet Design Principles: Gain skills to create modern websites.

Graduates are ready for a career in digital graphic design or multimedia or can continue onto further study in one of the Bachelor of Design specialisations.

Find out more about studying design

Career options may be found in fine arts practice, graphic and website design, the media and publishing industries, the movie and entertainment industry, photography, teaching, and self-employment.

Graduates from this programme could apply for entry to the Ara Bachelor of Design with Recognition of Prior Learning.

To apply for this programme please complete:

  • an Admission and Enrolment form or an International Application form.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Please note: Programme delivery is conditional on enrolments reaching a minimum requirement.

Academic requirements
    • A minimum of 42 credits at Level 3 or higher on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework (NZQF), including at least 14 credits at NCEA Level 3 (or equivalent) in each of two subjects, of which at least one relates to English; and at least one is from the subject list below; with a further 14 credits at Level 3 or higher taken from no more than two additional domains on the NZQF.
    • Subject list: Design; Painting; Printmaking; Graphics; Technology; Sculpture; History of Art; Photography; Media Studies; Design (Practical Art) Graphics History of Art History Media Studies Music Studies; Painting (Practical Art); Photography (Practical Art); Sculpture (Practical Art); Technology; Drama; English; Social Studies; Printmaking (Practical Art).
    • Or: For Level 5: successful completion of a recognised art/media foundation programme or equivalent, for example the Aoraki Polytechnic or NMIT Certificate in Arts and Media (Level 4).
Alternative requirements
    • Applications from mature students (over 20 years) are welcome.
    • If you don't have the stated entry criteria, talk to us about whether you have the equivalent skills and knowledge or to determine if this is the right programme for you.
Additional requirements
    • Portfolio: Visual Arts and Design, Graphics and Multimedia.
    • All applicants must submit a portfolio of work showing ability in the major in which they wish to study.
English requirements
General 6.0 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

Diploma-in-Arts-and-Media-Level-6.xml [a-z: Design] [keywords: ] [subject: Design]
1082 303929 1064 1226 Diploma in Arts and Media (Level 6) NE4819 Creative Industries 4 Art_and_design Diploma 3 6 240 0 Weeks Full time - 34 weeks, part time also available Received all year 13 January for February start February Timaru $6,200 - $6,670 $20,860 Additional funds will be required for the purchase of art materials

Extend your study achievements and employment options and challenge your creative thinking by completing the Diploma in Arts and Media (Level 6).

Graduates of this programme will possess the appropriate technical skills and safe work practice habits required to develop, produce and evaluate arts/media works in their studio area of choice, have sufficient studio, design process and problem solving skills to produce work for an arts/media practice.

They will also be able to conduct effective research and critically evaluate their work and have a broad understanding of the ethical, social, philosophical, historic and cultural issues relating to visual arts and design.

You will develop a portfolio of work that will assist you in gaining entry into degree level studies or employment. You will also submit your chosen designs to showcase and sell at our annual exhibition.

This programme covers:

  • Contemporary art/design practices and investigations into relevant methodologies, processes and media.
  • Documentation and analysis of work using set criteria, within the context of contemporary art/design practice.
  • Working independently to experiment and generate new ideas, with an emphasis on creating and developing an innovative body of art work.
  • Design, production and presentation of two-dimensional images using specialist painting, printmaking, photographic and/or digital processes.
  • Design, production and presentation of three-dimensional objects and installations using specialist sculpture, craft and digital construction processes.
  • Extending your skills base and exploring cross-disciplinary approaches within the context of your own art/design practice.
  • Planning and implementing of self-directed creative projects, using selected two- and three-dimensional and digital media.
  • Requirements for the promotion and presentation of your own art/design work in a public and/or professional context.

Find out more about studying design

Creativity and creative thinking are transferrable skills that are in high demand from most industries and employers. The skills and techniques developed in this programme opens the door to a range of careers.

This qualification forms the basis for entry level careers in creative industries such as: self-employment, working in galleries, set making and painting, working artist taking part in exhibitions, illustration work, producing work for sale and tutoring art classes.

Graduates from this programme could apply for entry to the Ara Bachelor of Design with Recognition of Prior Learning.

To apply for this programme please complete an Admission and Enrolment form or an International Application form.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Please note: Programme delivery is conditional on enrolments reaching a minimum requirement.

Academic requirements
    • A minimum of 42 credits at Level3 or higher on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework (NZQF), including at least 14 credits at NCEA Level 3 (or equivalent) in each of two subjects, of which at least one relates to English; and at least one is from the subject list below; with a further 14 credits at Level 3 or higher taken from no more than two additional domains on the NZQF.
    • Subjectlist: Design; Painting; Printmaking; Graphics; Technology; Sculpture; History of Art; Photography; Media Studies; Design (Practical Art) Graphics History of Art History; Media Studies; Music Studies; Painting (Practical Art); Photography (Practical Art); Sculpture (Practical Art); Technology; Drama; English; Social Studies; Printmaking (Practical Art).
    • Or: For Level 6: successful completion of the Diploma in Arts and Media (Level 5).
Alternative requirements
    • Applications from mature students (over 20 years) are welcome.
    • If you don't have the stated entry criteria, talk to us about whether you have the equivalent skills and knowledge or to determine if this is the right programme for you.
Additional requirements
    • Portfolio: Visual Arts and Design, Graphics and Multimedia.
    • All applicants must submit a portfolio of work showing ability in the major in which they wish to study.
English requirements
Academic 6.0 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

Diploma-in-Arts-and-Media-Visual-Arts-and-Design.xml [a-z: Art,Design] [keywords: ] [subject: Design]
1080 303909 1062 1224 Diploma in Arts and Media (Visual Arts and Design) NE4818 Creative Industries 4 Art_and_design Diploma 3 5 120 0 Weeks Full time - 34 weeks over 1 year, part time also available Received all year 13 January for February start February Timaru $6,200 - $6,670 $20,860 Additional funds will be required for the purchase of materials

Strengthen and cement your skills from Certificate Level 4 and further develop your creativity in this Level 5, Diploma in Arts and Media in your chosen endorsement of Visual Arts and Design.

Cover subjects such as drawing, painting, printmaking, 3D-sculpture, the history and philosophy of art and design.

Provide works to showcase and sell at our annual exhibition.

This programme covers:

  • Drawing and painting techniques.
  • Photographic and printmaking techniques.
  • Sculpture and construction techniques.
  • Creative projects in response to specified briefs.
  • Documenting and evaluating work, within the context of traditional, historical and contemporary art/design practice.

Find out more about studying design

Career options may be found in fine arts practice, graphic and website design, the media and publishing industries, the movie and entertainment industry, photography, teaching, and self-employment.

Graduates from this programme could apply for entry to the Ara Bachelor of Design with Recognition of Prior Learning.

To apply for this programme please complete an Admission and Enrolment form or an International Application form.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Please note: Programme delivery is conditional on enrolments reaching a minimum requirement.

Academic requirements
    • A minimum of 42 credits at Level 3 or higher on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework (NZQF), including at least 14 credits at NCEA Level 3 (or equivalent) in each of two subjects, of which at least one relates to English; and at least one is from the subject list below; with a further 14 credits at Level 3 or higher taken from no more than two additional domains on the NZQF.
    • Subject list: Design; Painting; Printmaking; Graphics; Technology; Sculpture; History of Art; Photography; Media Studies; Design (Practical Art) Graphics History of Art History; Media Studies; Music Studies; Painting (Practical Art); Photography (Practical Art); Sculpture (Practical Art); Technology; Drama; English; Social Studies; Printmaking (Practical Art).
    • Or: For Level 5: successful completion of a recognised art/media foundation programme or equivalent, for example the Aoraki Polytechnic or NMIT Certificate in Arts and Media (Level 4).
Alternative requirements
    • Applications from mature students (over 20 years) are welcome.
    • If you don't have the stated entry criteria, talk to us about whether you have the equivalent skills and knowledge or to determine if this is the right programme for you.
Additional requirements
    • Portfolio: Visual Arts and Design, Graphics and Multimedia.
    • All applicants must submit a portfolio of work showing ability in the major in which they wish to study.
English requirements
Academic 6.0 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

Diploma-in-Beauty-Therapies-and-Epilation.xml [a-z: Beauty therapy] [keywords: ] [subject: Beauty_therapy]
955 275335 937 1101 Diploma in Beauty Therapies and Epilation AO3229 Hospitality and Service Industries 58 Beauty_therapy Diploma 3 5 120 0 Weeks Full time - 34 weeks Received all year 13 January for February start February Christchurch - Madras Street $5,850 - $6,150 $19,630 External international examination fees, product kits, beauty therapist uniform, textbook.

Incorporates International Therapy Examination Council (ITEC) Qualifications.

Become a leader in beauty therapy. Expand your skills and specialisations, prepare yourself for more senior beauty therapy roles and gain an internationally recognised qualification.

Become a senior beauty therapist with greater responsibilities and the option to even manage or own a beauty clinic.

This programme takes your skills in beauty therapy to the next level, and advances your skills in skin care and body treatments.

International Therapy Examination Council ( ITEC ) qualifications are offered in this diploma. If you choose to complete the ITEC exam your qualifications will be recognised by employers and clients internationally.

This programme covers:

  • Advanced skincare
  • Microdermabrasion
  • Electrolysis
  • Aromatherapy
  • Indian Head Massage

On successful completion of this programme you will be able to work as a:

  • Self-employed therapist
  • Beauty clinic manager/owner
  • Registered New Zealand Beauty Therapist

After completing this programme you can gain skills in business with the National Certificate in Business (First Line Management), New Zealand Diploma in Business and the Bachelor of Applied Management.

To apply for this programme please complete an Admission and Enrolment form or an International Application form.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Please note: Programme delivery is conditional on enrolments reaching a minimum requirement.

Academic requirements
  • Certificate in Beauty Therapy Level 4 or equivalent

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

Academic 5.5 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

Diploma-in-Business.xml [a-z: Business,Commerce] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
46 117282 305 543 Diploma in Business CH3965 Business 8 Business Diploma 3 5 120 1 Years Full time - 1 year, part time also available Accepted throughout the year 22 January for February start; 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street, Timaru, Ashburton, Oamaru $3,300 - $ 3,845 $18,400 Advised before enrolment Base en

There are many career options in the business world, explore different facets of business in our diploma with specialist areas of study including, marketing, accounting and human resources.

In our full time one-year diploma you will gain practical skills and knowledge in general business areas such as communication and management. You will also have the opportunity for introductory study in specialist areas such as accounting, marketing, computing, law and economics.

Note: The Diploma in Business is an exit qualification from the NZ Diploma in Business and therefore only students who either exit from the NZ Diploma in Business after completing the required 120 credits or who had enrolled directly into the Diploma in Business are eligible for the award.

As a graduate of our diploma programme you will have gained the skills and knowledge required for general assistant positions in businesses of all types and sizes.

With this qualification complete you may like to spend another year studying and also complete the New Zealand Diploma in Business which will in turn give you entry and credit recognition for our Bachelor of Applied Management.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • 50 credits at Level 2 or above with at least 12 credits in each of three subjects including a minimum of 8 literacy credits at Level 2 or higher in English or Te Reo (4 credits must be in reading and 4 credits must be in writing). The literacy credits will be selected from a schedule of approved achievement standards and unit standards.

  • and a minimum of 14 numeracy credits at Level 1 or higher in Mathematics or Pangarau on the National Qualifications Framework.

Alternative requirements
  • Equivalent relevant business experience.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing / ICT
  • Economics
  • Accounting
  • Business
Academic 6.0 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

Diploma-in-Computer-Aided-Design.xml [a-z: Computer aided design,Engineering] [keywords: ] [subject: Computer_aided_design]
113 113835 422 660 Diploma in Computer Aided Design CH3856 Engineering 13 Computer_aided_design Diploma 3 6 120 1 Years Full time - 1 year, part time up to 5 years Received all year 20 January for February start; 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $6,600 -$7,200 $20,240 Advised before enrolment Base en

Further develop your CAD expertise with this diploma, you will learn how to install, operate and manage CAD software applications and systems.

Our Diploma in Computer Aided Design will equip you with the skills and knowledge to make a significant contribution to the design and associated information technology systems of a business enterprise. You will develop expertise in installing, operating and managing CAD software applications and systems.

Made up of 75 compulsory credits and 45 elective credits, the Diploma in Computer Aided Design will develop you as a skilled and creative practitioner ready to apply your knowledge on the job or enrol in further study and/or undergraduate level research.

Having CAD know-how means you will be able to field employment in various fields such as mechanical product design, civil engineering, landscape design, architecture, industrial design, and character animation.

CAD designers are in high demand globally and you may wish to use this qualification for permanent and freelance contracts.

Create new horizons and new opportunities for yourself or specialise in tasks related to the electrical or mechanical industries such tasks include CAD software and hardware analysis, budget considerations and job/project analysis and planning.

After completing your study you will be equipped to apply for further study in related disciplines at diploma and advanced levels.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • Certificate in Computer Aided Design Level 4 or equivalent

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • Computing
  • Technology
  • English
  • Mathematics
Academic 6.0 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

Diploma-in-Environmental-and-Outdoor-Leadership.xml [a-z: Environmental and outdoor leadership,Sustainability and outdoor education,Recreation,Outdoor education] [keywords: ] [subject: Sport_and_outdoors,Sustainability_and_outdoor_education]
265 112967 499 737 Diploma in Environmental and Outdoor Leadership CH4024 Humanities 51 Sustainability_and_outdoor_education Diploma 3 5 120 41 Weeks Full time - 1 year, part time also available Received all year 2 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $7,800 - $8,350 $20,860 Advised before enrolment Base en

With our unique qualification exploring concepts of ' environmental interpretation' you will discover the varied ecosystems and climates that are at work in our stunning natural landscapes and develop the critical skills you need for an exciting career in tourism, education or conservation.

In our one year diploma, you will gain a broad educational base in environmental and outdoor education with a unique combination of essential and elective theory and practice.

Areas you will study include: rock climbing and ropes, practical leadership pursuit, teaching and learning; whitewater kayak and sea kayak: practical leadership pursuit; health and physical education foundations; professional practice foundations and applied outdoor leadership.

Note: In addition to the diploma you may also gain at least two industry awards that will be dependent on your electives chosen and these would further enhance employment opportunities.

You will also need to participate in field trips outside of Christchurch and off campus. We will provide you with specialist equipment however, personal clothing and equipment is required and a list will be provided to you on request.

Please check with programme leader for course availability.

On successful completion of this programme you will be able to seek work as an aspirant outdoor instructor, adventure or eco-tourism guide, or conservation worker.

As a graduate of this programme you will also to be eligible to apply for entry into Year Two of our Bachelor of Sustainability and Outdoor Education.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form
  • provide a log of recreational activity within the last five years

Successful applicants will need to complete a Consent to Disclosure of Information form and hold a first aid certificate which is current at the time the programme starts.

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • 12 credits in NCEA English Level 1 and 36 credits in NCEA Level 2.
Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • A current first aid certificate (Red Cross Comprehensive or St John's Workplace) which is current at the time the programme starts.
  • Consent to Disclosure of Information
    Successful applicants will be required to complete a New Zealand Police Consent to Disclosure of Information form depending on their placement. The form will be sent to the Police Licensing and Vetting Service, and returned in confidence to the Head of School. Information on the NZ Police Vetting Service is available from the New Zealand Police website.

  • You must be capable of swimming a minimum of 50 metres, and be able to carry a full overnight tramping pack on multi day trips. You must also submit a log showing that within the last five years you have undertaken a minimum of 20 days of outdoor recreational activity including multi-day activities e.g. camping, tramping or a related activity.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Physical education
  • Biology
  • Geography
  • Social Studies
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Diploma-in-Human-Resource-Management.xml [a-z: Business,Commerce,Human resource management] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
51 112972 313 551 Diploma in Human Resource Management CH3456 Business 8 Business Diploma 3 5 120 1 Years Full time – 1 year, part time and evening options available. Received all year 22 January for February start; 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street, Ashburton, Timaru, Oamaru $3,295 -$3,845 $18,400 Advised before enrolment Base en

It's the people skills combined with sound knowledge which is important for human resource management, learn how to excel in human resource management tasks with our diploma.

Human resource management requires a combination of knowledge and people skills. Our programme will give you an understanding of both as you cover everything from employment relations and human resource management to communication and organisational behaviour management.

You will leave this programme with the necessary skills to become a human resource/personnel assistant in a large company or to take on a human resource management position in a small to medium business. You might take on a job as a human resource administrator, a health and safety officer or a payroll officer.

This qualification can also be a building block for more advanced studies and qualifications. It will give you entry and credit recognition (90 credits) for our Bachelor of Applied Management Degree or with one more year of study you can complete the New Zealand Diploma in Business.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • 50 credits at Level 2 or above with at least 12 credits in each of three subjects including a minimum of 8 literacy credits at Level 2 or higher in English or te reo Maori; 4 credits must be in reading and 4 credits must be in writing. The literacy credits will be selected from a schedule of approved achievement standards and unit standards.

  • and a minimum of 14 numeracy credits at Level 1 or higher in Mathematics (Pangarau) on the National Qualifications Framework.

Alternative requirements
  • Equivalent relevant business experience.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

Diploma-in-Interior-Design-Residential.xml [a-z: Design - interiors,Interior design] [keywords: ] [subject: Interior_design]
227 112246 282 520 Diploma in Interior Design (Residential) CH3886 Architectural Studies 31 Interior_design Diploma 3 5 120 1 Years Full time - 1 year, part time - up to 4 years Received all year 20 January for February start February Christchurch - Madras Street $6,150 - $6,750 $20,860 $1000 Base en

Turn your creative flair and interest in interior design into a career with our programme, studies include residential interior design, colour theory, kitchen and bathroom design and historical restoration.

Our qualification is ideal for you if you want to enter the interior design industry or are already working in the industry but do not hold a formal qualification.

You will study both the theory and practical elements of interior design for work as a qualified interior design consultant with studies in western architecture and interiors; New Zealand art and the principles of ergonomics.

Practical elements of your study include kitchen and bathroom design, colour principles, paint systems, creative application of colour, residential interior design, building technology and services, materials and finishes, lighting, soft furnishings, visual communication, manual drafting and computer aided design (CAD).

Personal and business presentation and business management are also covered and will give you the skills necessary to help run a successful interior design practice.

The workload for this programme comprises of about 20 hours per week class time. All courses consist of a mix of classroom work, and practical or research-based assignments. This programme offers flexible study and most courses can be studied full time or part time, however, if you choose to study part time, you will have up to four consecutive years to complete your courses.

To succeed in this programme you need word processing skills and the ability to format documents, if you do not currently have these skills you can enrol in an Ara Computing for Free course while completing this certificate.

You also need to recognise and differentiate colours, if you have difficulty with colour perception you will be advised of the programme and future employment implications.

You may choose to join an interior design practice or businesses associated with interior design or potentially set up your own company.

This programme provides a natural progression to our Bachelor of Architectural Studies programme.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • 12 credits in NCEA English Level 1, 12 credits in NCEA mathematics (or Pangarau) Level 1 and 36 credits in NCEA Level 2.
Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • Portfolio If applying under alternative criteria applicants must provide a portfolio demonstrating design, graphic design and/or art skills . Contact us for portfolio requirements.
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • Mathematics
  • Art
  • Design
  • ICT
  • Technology
  • Graphics
  • English-rich subjects
  • Relevant industry experience
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Diploma-in-Marketing.xml [a-z: Business,Commerce,Marketing,Sales and marketing] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
53 112974 314 552 Diploma in Marketing CH3771 Business 8 Business Diploma 3 5 120 1 Years Full time – 1 year, part time and evening class options available. Received all year 22 January for February start; 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street, Ashburton, Timaru, Oamaru $3,295 - $3,845 $18,400 Advised before enrolment Base en

Learn about consumer behaviour and explore creative communication with our diploma, for an exciting future in marketing.

This programme is designed to give you a sound knowledge and skill base in marketing where you will learn about the many influences and impacts on consumer behaviour and how to apply marketing principles using real world examples. We teach you the value of research and the techniques for producing quality reports and communication documents using proven marketing tools.

With this diploma you may be employed as a marketing assistant and other administration roles or customer sales and sales support working in the marketing divisions of many industries or you may wish to consider careers in tourism, publishing, advertising and public relations. As you gain further experience this could lead to management roles in brand, product or marketing management.

Following on from this diploma you might choose to take on further studies. This qualification will give you entry and credit recognition for a business degree or with one year of further study you can complete the NZ Diploma in Business.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • 50 credits at Level 2 or above with at least 12 credits in each of three subjects including a minimum of 8 literacy credits at Level 2 or higher in English or Te Reo Maori; 4 credits must be in reading and 4 credits must be in writing. The literacy credits will be selected from a schedule of approved achievement standards and unit standards.

  • and a minimum of 14 numeracy credits at Level 1 or above in mathematics (or Pangarau) on the National Qualifications Framework.

Alternative requirements
  • Equivalent relevant business experience.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing / ICT
mi
Academic 6.0 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

Diploma-in-Outdoor-Education.xml [a-z: Sustainability and outdoor education,Outdoor education] [keywords: ] [subject: Sustainability_and_outdoor_education]
962 275350 944 1108 Diploma in Outdoor Education AO3077 Humanities 51 Sustainability_and_outdoor_education Diploma 3 6 120 0 Weeks Full time - 34 weeks Received all year Please enquire February Timaru $6,050 - $6,700 $20,860 Certificate fee(s) may apply

Outdoor Education is a global industry and the qualifications you gain here can open up opportunities to experience some of the most magnificent environments across the world and be paid for it.

The aim of the Diploma in Outdoor Education is for the students to be competent outdoor instructors and excellent outdoor educators capable of working with a wide variety of client groups and a wide variety of environments.

What makes this programme distinct is the amount of supervised instruction and personal skill development in a range of pursuit activities. You'll gain skills as an independent instructor to plan, organise and deliver a variety of activities such as white water kayaking, tramping, rock climbing, mountaineering and risk management activities. This will assist in preparing you for this high-level responsibility when working in the industry.

The programme includes: adult education and training; environmental education; outdoor education and risk management and education. You'll also have the opportunity to gain at least one New Zealand Outdoor Instructors Association (NZOIA) Level One Award.

Our Timaru campus is based in the heart of New Zealand's adventure tourism region, giving you access to stunning recreational areas.

Please check with programme leader for course availability.

On successful completion of this programme you will be able to gain employment as an outdoor instructor in a wide range of schools or outdoor education centres, in a wide range of adventure tourism businesses and in the wider outdoor education industry both nationally and internationally.

You could further your studies with the Bachelor of Sustainability and Outdoor Education.

To apply for this programme please complete an Admission and Enrolment form or an International Application form.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Please note: Programme delivery is conditional on enrolments reaching a minimum requirement.

Academic requirements
  • Entry requirements are designed to ensure that every student has the best opportunity for success in their chosen field of study.

    For entry you are required to have successful completion of the Diploma in Outdoor Instruction and Management (Level 5), or equivalent qualification, or evidence of recreational and industry skills and experience of at least two years.

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • We will also ask you to submit:

    • A current first aid certificate (Red Cross Comprehensive or St John's Workplace) which is current at the time the programme starts.
    • Successful applicants will be required to complete a New Zealand Police Consent to Disclosure of Information form depending on their placement. The form will be sent to the Police Licensing and Vetting Service, and returned in confidence to the Head of Department. Information on the NZ Police Vetting Service is available from the New Zealand Police website.
    • You must be capable of swimming a minimum of 50 metres, and be able to carry a full overnight tramping pack on multi day trips. You must also submit a log showing that within the last five years you have undertaken a minimum of 20 days of outdoor recreational activity including multi-day activities e.g. camping, tramping or a related activity.
English requirements
Academic 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

Diploma-in-Outdoor-Instruction-and-Management.xml [a-z: Sustainability and outdoor education,Outdoor education] [keywords: ] [subject: Sustainability_and_outdoor_education]
947 282110 929 1093 Diploma in Outdoor Instruction and Management AO3069 Humanities 51 Sustainability_and_outdoor_education Diploma 3 5 120 0 Weeks Full time - 34 weeks Received all year Please enquire February Timaru $6,050 - $6,700 $20,860 Advised on enrolment

This is the programme where you can turn your passion for adventuring in the outdoors into the opportunity to get work as an outdoor instructor or guide in New Zealand and overseas.

Turn your passion for outdoor adventure into an opportunity to work as an outdoor instructor or guide in New Zealand or overseas.

With a focus on teaching and learning, this programme will enhance your technical and adventure skills and develop your instructional skills through real-life practical experiences.

In addition to developing your bush and general adventuring skills (plus skills for your two selected outdoor pursuits chosen from kayaking, mountaineering and rock climbing), you'll also learn about pre-hospital emergency care (PHEC), risk management, environmental science, facilitation and leadership, and working with different client groups (disabled, different cultures, youth at risk).

Note: In addition to the diploma you may also gain at least two industry awards (PHEC, Avalanche Awareness, and at least one New Zealand Outdoor Instructors Association Leader Award) that will be dependent on your electives chosen and these would further enhance employment opportunities.

You'll study within a 'full immersion' environment where strong mentoring from staff means you'll be given a lot of responsibility in terms of instructing local schools and community groups. You'll work with a range of client groups and in doing this you'll gain real experience that will help you secure your career goals.

Please check with programme leader for course availability.

On successful completion of this programme you will be able to seek work in the adventure tourism industry and outdoor instruction roles with schools or outdoor education centres.

You could further your studies with the Bachelor of Sustainability and Outdoor Education.

To apply for this programme please complete an Admission and Enrolment form or an International Application form.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Please note: Programme delivery is conditional on enrolments reaching a minimum requirement.

Academic requirements
  • Entry requirements are designed to ensure that every student has the best opportunity for success in their chosen field of study.

    For entry to this diploma programme you require completion of the Certificate in Outdoor Recreation (Level 4), or equivalent qualification, or evidence of equivalent outdoor skills and experience.

Alternative requirements
    • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.
Additional requirements
  • We will also ask you to submit:

    • A current first aid certificate (Red Cross Comprehensive or St John's Workplace) which is current at the time the programme starts.
    • Successful applicants will be required to complete a New Zealand Police Consent to Disclosure of Information form depending on their placement. The form will be sent to the Police Licensing and Vetting Service, and returned in confidence to the Head of Department. Information on the NZ Police Vetting Service is available from the New Zealand Police website.
    • You must be capable of swimming a minimum of 50 metres, and be able to carry a full overnight tramping pack on multi day trips. You must also submit a log showing that within the last five years you have undertaken a minimum of 20 days of outdoor recreational activity including multi-day activities e.g. camping, tramping or a related activity.
English requirements
Academic 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

Graduate-Certificate-in-Nursing-Practice-Cardiac-Nursing.xml [a-z: ] [keywords: ] [subject: ]
509 665 848 Graduate Certificate in Nursing Practice (Cardiac Nursing) CH3890 Nursing & Human Services Graduate Certificate 6 7 60 0 Weeks Part time: 2 - 6 years Received all year Throughout the year Madras Street Campus $285 - $600 per course (depending on course options) Please enquire Advised before enrolment Base en

Enhance your New Zealand Registered Nursing qualification with this graduate certificate which will give you the opportunity to develop your expertise in specialised areas of nursing.

This programme gives New Zealand Registered Nurses the opportunity to use their existing knowledge and experience to develop their career in an area of expertise. You can choose from a range of specialist nursing areas such as gerontology, cardiac nursing, cardiothoracic nursing, critical care nursing, medical nursing, surgical nursing, wound management and oncology.

Other courses available include the management of diabetes, medical high dependency nursing, pain management and ECG rhythm analysis.

On completion of this programme you will gain the Graduate Certificate in Nursing Practice. Appropriate selection of courses can result in a Graduate Certificate endorsed with a specialisation.

This qualification is open to Registered Nurses with New Zealand registration. Some courses require students to be currently employed in the specialty and have a current New Zealand practising certificate issued by the Nursing Council of New Zealand.

This is an excellent opportunity for New Zealand Registered Nurses to gain a formal qualification as recognition of their ongoing professional development. You will have the confidence and skills to plan and coordinate complex patient care demands.

Many study options are available and this Certificate is recognised as essential professional development for nurses.

To enrol in this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment form
Academic requirements
  • New Zealand Practicing Certificate. Additional criteria are specified for some courses.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
  • In order to graduate you must have a current practicing certificate issued by the Nursing Council of New Zealand. Courses are usually only of relevance to registered nurses but individual courses may, by request, be taken by other professionals with qualifications in a specialty area.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language please contact the programme leader to discuss this.

  • for registered nurses only

Graduate-Certificate-in-Nursing-Practice-Cardiothoracic-Nursing.xml [a-z: ] [keywords: ] [subject: ]
708 333408 673 854 Graduate Certificate in Nursing Practice (Cardiothoracic Nursing) CH3890 Nursing & Human Services Graduate Certificate 6 7 60 0 Weeks Part time: 2 - 6 years Received all year Throughout the year Madras Street Campus $285 - $600 per course (depending on course options)

Enhance your New Zealand Registered Nursing qualification with this graduate certificate which will give you the opportunity to develop your expertise in specialised areas of nursing.

This programme gives New Zealand Registered Nurses the opportunity to use their existing knowledge and experience to develop their career in an area of expertise. You can choose from a range of specialist nursing areas such as gerontology, cardiac nursing, cardiothoracic nursing, critical care nursing, medical nursing, surgical nursing, wound management and oncology.

Other courses available include the management of diabetes, medical high dependency nursing, pain management and ECG rhythm analysis.

On completion of this programme you will gain the Graduate Certificate in Nursing Practice. Appropriate selection of courses can result in a Graduate Certificate endorsed with a specialisation.

This qualification is open to Registered Nurses with New Zealand registration. Some courses require students to be currently employed in the specialty and have a current New Zealand practising certificate issued by the Nursing Council of New Zealand.

This is an excellent opportunity for New Zealand Registered Nurses to gain a formal qualification as recognition of their ongoing professional development. You will have the confidence and skills to plan and coordinate complex patient care demands.

Many study options are available and this Certificate is recognised as essential professional development for nurses.

To enrol in this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form
Academic requirements
  • New Zealand Practising Certificate. Additional criteria are specified for some courses.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
  • In order to graduate you must have a current practising certificate issued by the Nursing Council of New Zealand. Courses are usually only of relevance to registered nurses but individual courses may, by request, be taken by other professionals with qualifications in a specialty area.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language please contact the programme leader to discuss this.

  • for registered nurses only

Graduate-Certificate-in-Nursing-Practice-Gerontology.xml [a-z: ] [keywords: ] [subject: ]
517 667 850 Graduate Certificate in Nursing Practice (Gerontology) CH3890 Nursing & Human Services Graduate Certificate 6 7 60 0 Weeks Part time: 2 - 6 years Received all year Throughout the year Madras Street Campus $285 - $600 per course (depending on course options) Please enquire Advised before enrolment Base en

Enhance your New Zealand Registered Nursing qualification with this graduate certificate which will give you the opportunity to develop your expertise in specialised areas of nursing.

This programme gives New Zealand Registered Nurses the opportunity to use their existing knowledge and experience to develop their career in an area of expertise. You can choose from a range of specialist nursing areas such as gerontology, cardiac nursing, cardiothoracic nursing, critical care nursing, medical nursing, surgical nursing, wound management and oncology.

Other courses available include the management of diabetes, medical high dependency nursing, pain management and ECG rhythm analysis.

On completion of this programme you will gain the Graduate Certificate in Nursing Practice. Appropriate selection of courses can result in a Graduate Certificate endorsed with a specialisation.

This qualification is open to Registered Nurses with New Zealand registration. Some courses require students to be currently employed in the specialty and have a current New Zealand practising certificate issued by the Nursing Council of New Zealand.

This is an excellent opportunity for New Zealand Registered Nurses to gain a formal qualification as recognition of their ongoing professional development. You will have the confidence and skills to plan and coordinate complex patient care demands.

Many study options are available and this Certificate is recognised as essential professional development for nurses.

To enrol in this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment form
Academic requirements
  • New Zealand Practising Certificate. Additional criteria are specified for some courses.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
  • In order to graduate you must have a current practising certificate issued by the Nursing Council of New Zealand. Courses are usually only of relevance to registered nurses but individual courses may, by request, be taken by other professionals with qualifications in a specialty area.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language please contact the programme leader to discuss this.

  • for registered nurses only

Graduate-Certificate-in-Nursing-Practice-Oncology-.xml [a-z: ] [keywords: ] [subject: ]
518 668 851 Graduate Certificate in Nursing Practice (Oncology ) CH3890 Nursing & Human Services Graduate Certificate 6 7 60 0 Weeks Part time: 2 - 6 years Received all year Throughout the year Madras Street Campus $285 - $600 per course (depending on course options) Please enquire Advised before enrolment Base en

Enhance your New Zealand Registered Nursing qualification with this graduate certificate which will give you the opportunity to develop your expertise in specialised areas of nursing.

This programme gives New Zealand Registered Nurses the opportunity to use their existing knowledge and experience to develop their career in an area of expertise. You can choose from a range of specialist nursing areas such as gerontology, cardiac nursing, cardiothoracic nursing, critical care nursing, medical nursing, surgical nursing, wound management and oncology.

Other courses available include the management of diabetes, medical high dependency nursing, pain management and ECG rhythm analysis.

On completion of this programme you will gain the Graduate Certificate in Nursing Practice. Appropriate selection of courses can result in a Graduate Certificate endorsed with a specialisation.

This qualification is open to Registered Nurses with New Zealand registration. Some courses require students to be currently employed in the specialty and have a current New Zealand practising certificate issued by the Nursing Council of New Zealand.

This is an excellent opportunity for New Zealand Registered Nurses to gain a formal qualification as recognition of their ongoing professional development. You will have the confidence and skills to plan and coordinate complex patient care demands.

Many study options are available and this Certificate is recognised as essential professional development for nurses.

To enrol in this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form

Due to Immigration New Zealand visa requirements international students are ineligible to enrol in this graduate certificate.

Academic requirements
  • New Zealand Practising Certificate. Additional criteria are specified for some courses.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
  • In order to graduate you must have a current practising certificate issued by the nursing Council of New Zealand. Courses are usually only of relevance to registered nurses but individual courses may, by request, be taken by other professionals with qualifications in a specialty area.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language please contact the programme leader to discuss this.

  • for registered nurses only

Graduate-Certificate-in-Nursing-Practice-Surgical-Nursing.xml [a-z: ] [keywords: ] [subject: ]
706 333405 670 852 Graduate Certificate in Nursing Practice (Surgical Nursing) CH3890 Nursing & Human Services Graduate Certificate 6 7 60 0 Weeks Part time: 2 - 6 years Received all year Throughout the year Madras Street Campus $285 - $600 per course (depending on course options) Please enquire Advised before enrolment

Enhance your New Zealand Registered Nursing qualification with this graduate certificate which will give you the opportunity to develop your expertise in specialised areas of nursing.

This programme gives New Zealand Registered Nurses the opportunity to use their existing knowledge and experience to develop their career in an area of expertise. You can choose from a range of specialist nursing areas such as gerontology, cardiac nursing, cardiothoracic nursing, critical care nursing, medical nursing, surgical nursing, wound management and oncology.

Other courses available include the management of diabetes, medical high dependency nursing, pain management and ECG rhythm analysis.

On completion of this programme you will gain the Graduate Certificate in Nursing Practice. Appropriate selection of courses can result in a Graduate Certificate endorsed with a specialisation.

This qualification is open to Registered Nurses with New Zealand registration. Some courses require students to be currently employed in the specialty and have a current New Zealand practising certificate issued by the Nursing Council of New Zealand.

This is an excellent opportunity for New Zealand Registered Nurses to gain a formal qualification as recognition of their ongoing professional development. You will have the confidence and skills to plan and coordinate complex patient care demands.

Many study options are available and this Certificate is recognised as essential professional development for nurses.

To enrol in this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form

Due to Immigration New Zealand visa requirements inhternational students are ineligible to enrol in this graduate certificate.

Academic requirements
  • New Zealand Practising Certificate. Additional criteria are specified for some courses.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
  • In order to graduate you must have a current practising certificate issued by the nursing Council of New Zealand. Courses are usually only of relevance to registered nurses but individual courses may, by request, be taken by other professionals with qualifications in a specialty area.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language please contact the programme leader to discuss this.

  • for registered nurses only

Graduate-Certificate-in-Nursing-Practice-Wound-Management.xml [a-z: ] [keywords: ] [subject: ]
707 333406 671 853 Graduate Certificate in Nursing Practice (Wound Management) CH3890 Nursing & Human Services Graduate Certificate 6 7 60 0 Weeks Part time: 2 - 6 years Received all year Throughout the year Madras Street Campus $285 - $600 per course (depending on course options) Please enquire Advised before enrolment

Enhance your New Zealand Registered Nursing qualification with this graduate certificate which will give you the opportunity to develop your expertise in specialised areas of nursing.

This programme gives New Zealand Registered Nurses the opportunity to use their existing knowledge and experience to develop their career in an area of expertise. You can choose from a range of specialist nursing areas such as gerontology, cardiac nursing, cardiothoracic nursing, critical care nursing, medical nursing, surgical nursing, wound management and oncology.

Other courses available include the management of diabetes, medical high dependency nursing, pain management and ECG rhythm analysis.

On completion of this programme you will gain the Graduate Certificate in Nursing Practice. Appropriate selection of courses can result in a Graduate Certificate endorsed with a specialisation.

This qualification is open to Registered Nurses with New Zealand registration. Some courses require students to be currently employed in the specialty and have a current New Zealand practising certificate issued by the Nursing Council of New Zealand.

This is an excellent opportunity for New Zealand Registered Nurses to gain a formal qualification as recognition of their ongoing professional development. You will have the confidence and skills to plan and coordinate complex patient care demands.

Many study options are available and this Certificate is recognised as essential professional development for nurses.

To enrol in this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form

Due to Immigration New Zealand visa requirements international students are ineligible to enrol in this graduate certificate.

Academic requirements
  • New Zealand Practising Certificate. Additional criteria are specified for some courses.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
  • In order to graduate you must have a current practising certificate issued by the Nursing Council of New Zealand. Courses are usually only of relevance to registered nurses but individual courses may, by request, be taken by other professionals with qualifications in a specialty area.

English requirements
  • If English is nhot your first language please conteact the programme leader to discuss this.

  • for registered nurses only

Graduate-Certificate-in-Nursing-Practice.xml [a-z: Health,Nursing] [keywords: ] [subject: Nursing]
217 113660 226 464 Graduate Certificate in Nursing Practice CH3890 Nursing & Human Services Graduate Certificate 6 7 60 0 Weeks Part time: 2 - 6 years Received all year Throughout the year Christchurch - Madras Street $300 - $500 per course Please enquire Advised before enrolment false Base en

If you want professional development to enhance your New Zealand Registered Nursing qualification, this graduate certificate will give you the opportunity to develop your expertise in a range of specialist areas.

Registered Nurses can begin courses immediately after graduating. A number of courses are available, including; gerontology, cardiac nursing, cardiothoracic nursing, critical care nursing, medical nursing, surgical nursing, wound management, oncology, palliative care, rural nursing and mental health. Other courses available include the management of diabetes, medical high dependency nursing, pain management and ECG rhythm analysis.

You are able to complete the full programme, or selected courses within it. On successful completion this programme (60 credits) you will gain the Graduate Certificate in Nursing Practice, and appropriate selection of courses can result in a Graduate Certificate endorsed with a specialisation.

This is an excellent opportunity for New Zealand Registered Nurses to gain a formal qualification as recognition of your on-going professional development. You will graduate with the confidence and skills to plan and coordinate complex patient care demands.

Many study options are available and this certificate is recognised as essential professional development for nurses.

To enrol in this programme please:

  • complete an Admissions and Enrolment form

Due to Immigration New Zealand visa requirements international students are ineligible to enrol in this graduate certificate.

Academic requirements
  • This qualification is open to Registered Nurses holding a current Practising Certificate issued by the New Zealand Nursing Council. Additional information is specified for some courses.

Alternative requirements
  • Individual courses may, by request, be taken by other professionals with qualifications in a specialty area.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • for registered nurses only
0

Graduate-Certificate-of-Environmental-and-Outdoor-Leadership.xml [a-z: Environmental and outdoor leadership,Sustainability and outdoor education,Recreation,Outdoor education] [keywords: ] [subject: Sport_and_outdoors,Sustainability_and_outdoor_education]
254 112976 559 762 Graduate Certificate of Environmental and Outdoor Leadership CH4031 Humanities 51 Sustainability_and_outdoor_education Graduate Certificate 6 7 60 0 Weeks Full time - 6 months, part time also available Received all year 19 December for February start February Christchurch - Madras Street $3,400 - $4,000 $10,430 Advised before enrolment Base en

Gain targeted professional development in leadership skills for educating others in outdoor environments and activities with our graduate certificate.

Our one semester full-time graduate programme will strengthen professional development for established teachers, outdoor educators and instructors, your study will focus on the leadership skills that will enable you to bring excellence to your work.

Combining theory and practice, most of which can be done by distance learning, you will study sustainable practice, journey-based environmental science and practical skill development and instruction in the classroom and out on field trips practicing specialist activities and skills.

You will be required to participate in a number of field trips to locations outside Christchurch and off campus. Personal clothing and equipment are required and a list will be provided on request. Specialist equipment is provided.

Please check with programme leader for course availability.

On successful completion of this programme you will be able to return to your employment inspired with best practice methods and strong leadership skills. Work in the fields of outdoor instruction, environmental education, adventure or eco-tourism, community health, recreation and youth education.

You can extend your studies by completing the Graduate Diploma in Sustainability and Outdoor Education.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form
  • provide a record of previous leadership and personal experience in an outdoor environment.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • A bachelor's degree in any field or appropriate, documented and verifiable evidence (including references) of relevant work or other experience, equivalent to three years full time in outdoor education instruction or similar area.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
  • A current first aid certificate (Red Cross Comprehensive or St John's Workplace) which is current at the time the programme starts.
  • Consent to Disclosure of Information
    Successful applicants will be required to complete a New Zealand Police Consent to Disclosure of Information form depending on their placement. The form will be sent to the Police Licensing and Vetting Service, and returned in confidence to the Head of School. Information on the NZ Police Vetting Service is available from the New Zealand Police website.

  • You must be capable of swimming a minimum of 50 metres, and be able to carry a full overnight tramping pack on multi day trips. You must also provide a record of your previous leadership and personal experience in an outdoor environment.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Physical education
  • Biology
  • Geography
  • Social Studies
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Graduate-Diploma-in-Accounting.xml [a-z: Accounting,Business,Commerce] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
55 112977 449 687 Graduate Diploma in Accounting CH3993 Business 8 Business Graduate Diploma 7 7 120 1 Years Full time - 1 year, part time over 4 years Received all year 22 January for February start; 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $6000 - $6600. per year $19,120 Advised before enrolment Base en

Accounting skills can be transferred to many areas of the commercial world, with our qualification enhance these skills to pursue a career in accounting and finance or other areas of business.

Our qualification equips you with the skills and knowledge in peak demand and builds on your basic accounting skills and provides detailed study in taxation and compliance, as well as advanced financial and management accounting.

You will be capable of identifying opportunities for cost efficiencies, savings and future growth, and helping business leaders understand fiscal risk. In addition, you will also complete work experience on a business project. You will need to have current knowledge of accounting at an introductory level to enrol in this programme.

With this qualification you will have developed competencies in advanced accounting concepts relating to finance, tax, financial and management accounting. You will be eligible for support roles within chartered accountant offices, or within businesses in the public, private and not for profit sectors. This graduate diploma is also useful for strengthening your prospects when considering other business or management career positions.

You can continue to study for the ACCA, or the CPA Australia Professional or Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand professional pathway.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • A Bachelor's degree in any field excluding accounting.

Alternative requirements
  • Level 6 or 7 Diploma and relevant work and/or life experience (equivalent to a Bachelor's degree)
    or Evidence of equivalent practical, professional or educational experience eg 3 - 5 years full time work experience (relevant to business studies)
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing / ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Graduate-Diploma-in-Applied-Management.xml [a-z: Business,Business management,Management] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
852 241680 830 998 Graduate Diploma in Applied Management CH4047 Business 8 Business Graduate Diploma 7 7 120 0 Weeks Full time - 1 year, part time available over 4 years Received all year 22 January for February start; 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $5,800 - $6,400 $19,120

Complement your existing degree and advance your career in management by tailoring this graduate qualification to meet your specific needs.

This qualification allows you to design a programme of study integrating intermediate to advanced learning in a range of management disciplines including:

  • Management and leadership
  • Strategic management
  • Operations management
  • Human resource management
  • Project management

Your programme may be a combination of recognised course work based on prior knowledge, and learning obtained through new study. You'll channel the knowledge and skills you acquire into a practical industry project for a local business or organisation who you will also assist to resolve a nominated issue.

On completion of this qualification you will have the knowledge and skills at organisational and strategic level to successfully lead a range of industries and organisations.

To expand your expertise in a particular area you can choose elective papers from our Bachelor of Applied Management.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. Tolearn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • A bachelor's degree in any field excluding applied management

Alternative requirements
  • Level 6 or 7 Diploma and relevant work and/or life experience (equivalent to a Bachelor's degree)
    or Evidence of equivalent practical, professional or educational experience eg 3 - 5 years full time work experience (relevant to business studies)
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Graduate-Diploma-in-Business-Information-Systems.xml [a-z: Business,Business information systems,Commerce] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
57 112978 450 688 Graduate Diploma in Business Information Systems CH3994 Business 8 Business Graduate Diploma 7 7 120 1 Years Full time -1 year, part time and evening options available. Received all year 22 January for February start February, July (part time only) Christchurch - Madras Street $6,150 - $6,700. per year $19,120 Advised before enrolment Base en

Acquire the skills and knowledge to keep up with the latest innovative business systems and advances in technology.

In our graduate diploma you will learn methods for profiling key information on the internet and consider the value of social media for internal and external communications. Other areas of study include applied computing, advanced business analysis essentials, and the latest techniques for management of information and communication technologies. We also connect you with our industry partners to put this knowledge to use in the real world on a relevant project.

On completion of this programme you will be ready to join the world's fastest growing industry and establish your career in systems analysis, eBusiness analysis and consulting, integrated enterprise systems, web services, IT project management and digital marketing roles.

Continue with further graduate study in information design, project management, business transformation and change, operation and production management or sales and marketing.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • A Bachelor's degree in any field excluding business information systems.

Alternative requirements
  • Level 6 or 7 Diploma and relevant work and/or life experience (equivalent to a Bachelor's degree)
    or Evidence of equivalent practical, professional or educational experience eg 3 - 5 years full time work experience (relevant to business studies)
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing / ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Graduate-Diploma-in-Business-Transformation-and-Change.xml [a-z: Business,Business transformation and change,Commerce] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
59 112981 451 689 Graduate Diploma in Business Transformation and Change CH3995 Business 8 Business Graduate Diploma 7 7 120 1 Years Full time -1 year, part time and evening options available. Received all year 22 January for February start; 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $6,150 – $6,700 $19,120 Advised before enrolment Base en

The world of business is constantly changing and with this the increased need for innovative thinkers and leaders to manage commercial challenges. Use this qualification to explore a career in change management.

Within this programme you will learn how to identify the vital changes that need to be made for business to thrive, as well as the leadership skills to direct the modifications required in the turbulent ever changing world of business in New Zealand and internationally.

Studies also include project management, leadership, organisational behaviour, business transformation and change and strategic management.

You will develop the theory and practical application elements of change management, strategic planning, project management and leadership through an industry project as part of your work placement.

As a graduate you will be ready to take on roles in project leadership, change management/advisement, coaching, management consulting, training/learning and development, strategic management, performance management and organisational development.

Our graduate diplomas in Human Resources Management, Business Information Systems or Innovation and Entrepreneurship would be ideal complement to this qualification.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • A Bachelor's degree in any field excluding business transformation and change.

Alternative requirements
  • Level 6 or 7 Diploma and relevant work and/or life experience (equivalent to a Bachelor's degree)
    or Evidence of equivalent practical, professional or educational experience eg 3 - 5 years full time work experience (relevant to business studies)
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing / ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Graduate-Diploma-in-Computer-Aided-Design.xml [a-z: Computer aided design,Engineering] [keywords: ] [subject: Computer_aided_design]
441 124413 420 658 Graduate Diploma in Computer Aided Design CH4038 Engineering 13 Computer_aided_design Graduate Diploma 7 7 120 1 Years Full time - 1 year, part time available Received all year 20 January for February start; 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $6,920- $7,500 $20,240 Advised before enrolment Base en

Further develop your knowledge and gain specialist skills relating to the management, integration and utilisation of Computer Aided Design (CAD) in an organisation's technical design process.

Our one year qualification will provide the learning to allow you to apply broad knowledge of CAD tools, concepts and practices to provide effective CAD project outcomes. You will complete a combination of courses which provide you with skills and knowledge in:

  • Broad CAD fundamentals
  • Applied practical skills and knowledge
  • CAD system and CAD project management
  • Research and critical analysis

Throughout the year, you will enhance your work readiness through project and problem based learning where you will develop your broad based skills and knowledge in the area of CAD developing processes to ensure that CAD projects are executed effectively.

You will acquire research and evaluation expertise with real world projects where you will work independently and in teams.

You will also use effective written and oral communication for successful CAD outcomes.

On completion of this programme you will be able to take on CAD management or leadership roles within an organisation.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • A Bachelor's degree in a field involving technical design

Alternative requirements
  • Level 6 or 7 Diploma and relevant work and/or life experience (equivalent to a Bachelor's degree)
    or Evidence of equivalent practical, professional or educational experience eg 3 - 5 years full time work experience
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

Applicants who meet the requirements for admission are accepted into the programme the order their applications are received.

Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Graduate-Diploma-in-Event-Management.xml [a-z: Business,Commerce,Event management,Management] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
61 112982 452 690 Graduate Diploma in Event Management CH3996 Business 8 Business Graduate Diploma 7 7 120 1 Years Full time - 1 year, part time over 4 years Received all year 22 January for February start; 23 June for July start February, October (part time only) Christchurch - Madras Street $6,150 – $6,700 $19,120 Advised before enrolment Base en

Our qualification is focused on expanding on your event management talents and turning them into an exciting career.

Within our graduate diploma you will study all aspects of successful event management; subjects include project management, event planning and management, event logistics and event marketing and sponsorship. You will also get real world experience through team project work during your study.

With this qualification you will be ready to start your career in event management where you can become involved in fundraising, conferences, festivals, community events, arts and tourism events, facility based event management, public relations, sponsorship and marketing.

Complement this qualification with further graduate study such as a Graduate Diploma in Sales and Marketing.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • A Bachelor's degree in any field excluding event management.

Alternative requirements
  • Level 6 or 7 Diploma and relevant work and/or life experience (equivalent to a Bachelor's degree)
    or Evidence of equivalent practical, professional or educational experience eg 3 - 5 years full time work experience (relevant to business studies)
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    • Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.
  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing / ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Graduate-Diploma-in-Health.xml [a-z: Health,Nursing] [keywords: ] [subject: Nursing,Human_services]
1008 284076 999 1154 Graduate Diploma in Health CH4053 Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health 44 Nursing 49 Social_work Graduate Diploma 7 7 120 0 Weeks Full time - 1 year, part time 2 - 6 years Received all year 13 January for February start Throughout the year Christchurch - Madras Street $745 - $860 per paper $21,280 Advised on enrolment

Broaden your career opportunities and meet the needs of an expanding health sector.

If you'd like to broaden your employment opportunities in the health sector, this graduate diploma will develop your expertise in a range of areas including aged care, health assessment, mental health support and diabetic care.

As part of the programme you'll undertake a practical project which will take place either in your current workplace or in the community. The goals of your project are flexible and can be determined in collaboration between yourself, your tutors and your employer or the community. Completion of this project will give you an enhanced knowledge of how to apply what you've learned in a real health setting.

Please note: This programme is intended as professional development for overseas students. New Zealand citizens or residents holding a degree are advised to explore our combined Bachelor of Nursing and Masters of Health Science programme.

A range of areas within the health sector are predicted to grow substantially in New Zealand, creating many opportunities for healthcare employment for those with the right skills, knowledge and qualifications. These areas include the aged care sector, and community health care services which are becoming increasingly embedded.

You can complement this qualification with further graduate study, such as the Masters in Health Science, Postgraduate Diploma Health Science or the Postgraduate Certificate Health Science.

To enrol in this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment form

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • Any bachelor's degree.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

  • Biology
  • Nutrition
  • Sport science
  • Physical education
Academic 6.5 7.0 6.5 6.5 6.5

Graduate-Diploma-in-Hospitality-Management.xml [a-z: Business,Business management,Commerce,Hospitality,Management] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
842 228575 820 988 Graduate Diploma in Hospitality Management CH4046 Business 8 Business Graduate Diploma 7 7 120 1 Years Full time - 1 year, part time available Received all year 22 January for February start; 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $6,400 - $7,000 $19,120 Advised before enrolment

Develop your hospitality expertise to co-ordinate and plan the operational aspects of running a food and beverage service.

With this programme you will have the expertise to strategically direct the future focus of your organisation with regards to Food and Beverage, and Accommodation and Facilities.

You will combine your knowledge and skills gained into a practical industry project, completed within a work context further developing your skills and ability, whilst assisting an organisation to resolve a business issue.

This qualification will give you the expertise to strategically direct the future focus of your organisation's accommodation, facilities and food and beverage services.

To expand your expertise in a particular area you can choose elective papers from our Bachelor of Applied Management.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment form or an International Application form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • A bachelor's degree in any field excluding hospitality management.

Alternative requirements
  • Level 6 or 7 Diploma and relevant work and/or life experience (equivalent to a Bachelor's degree)
    or Evidence of equivalent practical, professional or educational experience eg 3 - 5 years full time work experience relevant to business studies
Additional requirements
  • IELTS 6.0 Academic (no lower than 6.0 in any subtest). Note: Students who have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you are also required to provide evidence of your English language skills. Refer also to the Acceptable Alternatives Chart which includes credits in English-rich subjects from New Zealand educational institutions. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: Students who have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Graduate-Diploma-in-Human-Nutrition.xml [a-z: Health,Human nutrition,Applied science,Nutrition] [keywords: ] [subject: Human_nutrition]
788 219278 766 934 Graduate Diploma in Human Nutrition CH4044 Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health 50 Sports_science_wellness_and_human_nutrition Graduate Diploma 7 7 120 0 Weeks Full time - 1 year; part time available over 3 years Received all year, preferably before 30 November 20 January for February start February. July start may be available, please enquire. Christchurch - Madras Street $6,300 - $6,900 $21,270 $500 approximately for textbooks per year, travel to work placements

This programme will equip graduates with the skills to enhance the nutritional health of individuals and communities.

In our Human Nutrition Graduate Diploma you will learn about biological chemistry - the study of how chemicals work within the human body.

You will look at micro and macro nutrients, including carbohydrates, protein and fats that are required by the human body to produce physiological function.

During your studies you will also learn about population nutrition and disease. You will have significant study time for applied research, research projects and work placements.

The Graduate Diplomas are designed to extend the current knowledge or add new knowledge for undergraduate students from a range of science and health related disciplines.

On completion of this programme graduates could progress to a variety of roles related to human nutrition. For example, working for a professional sporting franchise, sports national body, clubs (or a collection of clubs) as a consultant, in health, be self-employed, a researcher, or teaching.

Graduates could study postgraduate level in human nutrition though to PhD level. Graduates could specialise in areas such as sports nutrition.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment form or an international application form and send it back to us.

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • A Bachelor of Applied or Health Science or equivalent in any field excluding Human Nutrition or equivalent, including a minimum of 15 credits in Chemistry.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
  • If your degree was completed more than five years ago you must also have current relevant work experience.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you are also required to provide evidence of your English language skills. Refer also to the Acceptable Alternatives Chart which includes credits in English-rich subjects from New Zealand educational institutions. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    For acceptable alternatives, including NCEA, refer to the English Proficiency Outcomes Chart.

Applicants who meet the requirements for admission are accepted into the programme in the order their applications are received.

Academic 6.5 7.0 6.0 6.0 7.0

Graduate-Diploma-in-Human-Resource-Management.xml [a-z: Business,Commerce,Human resource management,Management] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
63 112983 453 691 Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management CH3999 Business 8 Business Graduate Diploma 7 7 120 1 Years Full time -1 year, part time over 4 years Received all year 22 January for February start; 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $6,150– $6,700 $19,120 Advised before enrolment Base en

Learn the formula for developing successful employee-employer relations while gaining the skills essential for maintaining a satisfied and effective workforce.

In this graduate diploma you will learn and gain understanding of human resource management practices and processes on organisational effectiveness. You will also learn how to how to apply the theory of human resource management principles to the workplace, helping staff and businesses meet their objectives.

Areas of study you will focus on include employment relations, organisational behaviour, advanced human resource management and contemporary issues in human resource management.

You will combine your knowledge and skills gained into a practical industry project.

On completion of this qualification you will be qualified for advisory roles in an HR team in a medium to large organisation or as a generalist operator HR officer in a small organisation. With experience and professional development you can expect to advance to more senior positions or work in recruitment.

Consider expanding your knowledge with our Bachelor of Applied Management.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • A Bachelor's degree in any field excluding human resource management.

Alternative requirements
  • Level 6 or 7 Diploma and relevant work and/or life experience (equivalent to a Bachelor's degree)
    or Evidence of equivalent practical, professional or educational experience eg 3 - 5 years full time work experience (relevant to business studies)
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing / ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Graduate-Diploma-in-Information-and-Communication-Technologies-.xml [a-z: Computing and ICT,Data communication,Web development,Software development,Programming,IT] [keywords: computing, compute, computer, communications, ict] [subject: Information_and_communication_technologies (ICT),Computing_Postgraduate]
211 113150 235 473 Graduate Diploma in Information and Communication Technologies CH3880 Computing 29 Information_and_communication_technologies_(ICT) Graduate Diploma 7 7 120 1 Years Full time - 1 year, part time also available Received all year 20 January for February start; 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $6,500 - $7,200 $20,320 Advised before enrolment Base en

No matter what your background, our graduate diploma will give you significant skills and knowledge to work in the ICT industry.

Our full time one year graduate diploma is designed to meet the needs of graduates from a variety of disciplines who do not possess the specific skills necessary to work in ICT industries, but who have already demonstrated the ability to perform at a significant academic level.

This programme offers courses from a wide range of ICT related disciplines including analysis, design, development, implementation and maintenance of business information systems.
You are able to specialise in information systems, web or software development or network administration. Each student will follow a study path that takes into account their prior knowledge and the ICT area they wish to specialize in.
For some students completing the Graduate Diploma over 18 months is recommended.

You must have basic computing skills.

With this graduate qualification you can expect to take on jobs in programming, database development, multimedia, enterprise application development, website development, data communications and networking and ICT management.

You may choose to further your study in a number of areas utilising your newfound ICT skills.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • A Bachelor's degree
Alternative requirements
  • Level 6 or 7 Diploma and relevant work and/or life experience (equivalent to a Bachelor's degree)
    or Evidence of equivalent practical, professional or educational experience eg 3 - 5 years full time work experience
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing/ICT
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Graduate-Diploma-in-Innovation-and-Entrepreneurship.xml [a-z: Business,Commerce,Entrepreneurship,Innovation and entrepreneurship] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
65 112988 454 692 Graduate Diploma in Innovation and Entrepreneurship CH4000 Business 8 Business Graduate Diploma 7 7 120 1 Years Full time - 1 year, part time over 4 years Received all year 22 January for February start; 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $6,150 - $6,700 $19,120 Advised before enrolment Base en

It takes great skill to turn an idea into a successful product in today's market. With this qualification you will learn ways to grow an existing company or establish your own business venture.

You will learn how to think about, create and grow ideas from conception through to commercial success. Using leading-edge concepts, methodologies and tools, this qualification has a strong emphasis on combining theory and real world application.

You will study the theory of entrepreneurship, strategic planning for small business and managing for growth and product development. You will also have the chance to undertake an industry project.

On completion of this qualification you will have the ability to think about,create and grow high potential small to medium sized businesses.

You may choose to establish your own entrepreneurial venture, work as a business advisor in the areas of product development and innovation management or manage new or established ventures to high growth, in both national and international arenas.

You can complement this graduate diploma with further graduate study in sales and marketing, operations and production management or project management.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • A Bachelor's degree in any field excluding innovation and entrepreneurship.

Alternative requirements
  • Level 6 or 7 Diploma and relevant work and/or life experience (equivalent to a Bachelor's degree)
    or Evidence of equivalent practical, professional or educational experience eg 3 - 5 years full time work experience (relevant to business studies)
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing /ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Graduate-Diploma-in-Laboratory-Technology.xml [a-z: Applied science,Laboratory technology,Science] [keywords: scientist, lab tec, lab tech, chemistry, lab, lab work, science] [subject: Science]
19 117088 318 556 Graduate Diploma in Laboratory Technology CH3700 Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health 65 Science Graduate Diploma 7 7 120 1 Years Full time - 1 year, part time also available over 3 years Received all year, preferably before 30 November for February start, 20 June for July start 20 January for February start, 20 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $6,400 - $7,100 $21,270 $500 approx for textbooks per year, travel to work placements Base en

Expand on your science knowledge and skills for a career as a laboratory technician with our industry endorsed qualification.

Our one year programme, which has been designed in collaboration with New Zealand employers, provides you with specific knowledge, practical skills and relevant analytical techniques for work as a laboratory technician. These skills include critical thinking, problem solving and the ability to interpret results.

You'll also gain an understanding of laboratory quality management practice and reporting skills suitable for international quality standards, and have the skills to work independently and within groups. Personal skills such as punctuality, team work and time management will be developed.

You'll have the opportunity to enrich and broaden your knowledge with electives in areas such as microbiology, analytical and environmental chemistry, food microbiology and molecular biology. The programme also includes a research project and work placement element to ensure you're work-ready when you graduate.

In order to make sure you complete a programme of study that best suits your needs, please consult with the programme leader when selecting your courses.

With hands-on laboratory and industry experience, you will position yourself ahead of your peers for employment which can lead to positions of responsibility within a range of fields including health, animal, food, manufacturing, research and environmental laboratories.

Certificate in Quality Systems Level 6; membership of NZOQ (New Zealand Organisation for Quality); in-service courses from IANZ (International Accreditation of New Zealand); Registered Medical Laboratory Technician (New Zealand Medical Laboratory Science Board).

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application form

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • A Bachelor degree in science relevant to this qualification within the last five years (excluding an Ara BAppSc).

  • If you completed your degree more than 5 years ago you must have relevant laboratory work experience.

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you are also required to provide evidence of your English language skills. Refer also to the Acceptable Alternatives Chart which includes credits in English-rich subjects from New Zealand educational institutions. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

Applicants who meet the requirements for admission are accepted into the programme in the order their applications are received.

Academic 6.5 7.0 6.0 6.0 7.0

Graduate-Diploma-in-Nursing.xml [a-z: Nursing] [keywords: ] [subject: Nursing]
1007 284038 998 1153 Graduate Diploma in Nursing CH4052 Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health 44 Nursing Graduate Diploma 7 7 120 0 Weeks Full time - 1 year, part time 2 - 6 years Received all year 13 January for February start Throughout the year Christchurch - Madras Street $570 - $860 per paper $21,280 Advised on enrolment

Align your overseas nursing qualification to New Zealand standards and pave the way to greater opportunities in the health sector.

If you're an overseas-trained registered nurse, this programme is designed to equip you with the confidence and skills to plan and co-ordinate complex patient care.

You can choose to complete the full programme, or selected courses within it. Courses include: gerontology, cardiac nursing, cardiothoracic nursing, medical nursing, surgical nursing, wound management, oncology, palliative care, rural nursing, mental health, the management of diabetes, medical high dependency nursing, pain management and ECG rhythm analysis.

Please note: This programme is intended as professional development for overseas nurses. New Zealand Trained Nurses seeking professional development are advised to explore our Graduate Certificate in Nursing Practice .

With this qualification you can extend your knowledge in the practice area in which you're already working, or prepare to shift focus to a different area. It also recognises your ongoing professional development with a formal qualification.

Beyond this qualification you could consider a Masters or doctoral research in either health science or nursing.

To apply for this programme please:

  • Complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form
Academic requirements
  • This qualification is open to New Zealand Registered Nurses or internationally qualified nurses who have been assessed by the Nursing Council as meeting their language and academic requirements to undertake a Competence Assessment for NZ registration.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

Academic 6.5 7.0 6.5 6.5 6.5

Graduate-Diploma-in-Operations-and-Production-Management.xml [a-z: Business,Commerce,Management] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
72 112989 497 735 Graduate Diploma in Operations and Production Management CH4001 Business 8 Business Graduate Diploma 7 7 120 1 Years Full time - 1 year, part time over 4 years Accepted throughout the year 22 January for February start; 23 June for July start; 8 September for October start February, July, October Christchurch - Madras Street $6,150 - $6,700 $19,120 Advised before enrolment Base en

Use your strong organisational skills and advance your appreciation of the procedures required to ensure production functions at optimum levels in this advance level qualification.

You will explore the best methods for optimising supply chain relationships and the logistics of production, including considerations from an engineering perspective.

Core studies include the essentials of project management, product development, operations management and resource integration management.

We also introduce you to other relevant topics including industrial relations, human resources and finance and management accounting.

If you complete one additional course Advanced Project Management (AMPM700) and choose Introduction to Finance (AMIF603) as your elective option, you will graduate with two graduate diplomas - the Graduate Diploma in Operations and Production Management and the Graduate Diploma in Project Management, provided that your industry project reflects both fields of study.

On completion of this graduate diploma you are qualified for employment in managerial and consultation roles throughout industry, as well as for supervisory and logistical technician positions in manufacturing companies. Using electives to concentrate on courses in international business and/or industrial relations may be helpful for your career.

This qualification could be combined with our Graduate Diploma in Project Management to expand your career prospects.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • A bachelor's degree in any field excluding operations and production management

Alternative requirements
  • Level 6 or 7 Diploma and relevant work and/or life experience (equivalent to a Bachelor's degree)
    or Evidence of equivalent practical, professional or educational experience eg 3 - 5 years full time work experience
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing / ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Graduate-Diploma-in-Personal-Financial-Planning.xml [a-z: Business] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
980 284026 965 1126 Graduate Diploma in Personal Financial Planning CH4048 Business 8 Business Graduate Diploma 7 7 120 0 Weeks Full time – 1 year, part time and evening class options available. Received all year 22 January for February start; 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $5900 - $6400 $19,120 Advised on enrolment

Expand your expertise to help investors make the right financial choices.

This comprehensive graduate diploma focuses on equipping you with specialist skills and knowledge, enabling you to provide personal financial planning advice to a high standard of professional proficiency.

You're studies will include an introduction to finance, taxation, advanced personal financial planning, and financial risk management and insurance.

As a part of the course you'll collect and analyse information to develop a range of strategies and financial options to meet a client's needs. Based on realistic case study information, you'll produce a comprehensive personal financial plan and communicate this plan to a client.

You'll also undertake a personal financial planning project within a real business environment for a minimum of 200 hours.

Flexible study options are available for this course, and you can apply for recognition of prior learning if your previous experience is relevant.

As a graduate of this programme you'll have the skills and knowledge to work within a variety of financial, insurance and legal service institutions, specialising in personal financial planning.

Your graduate diploma qualification provides the pathway to full membership of Institute of Financial Advisors, and enables you to apply to become a Certified Financial PlannerCM (CFPCM).

To apply for this programme please:

  • Complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • A bachelor's degree in any field excluding Personal Financial Planning.

Alternative requirements
  • Level 6 or 7 Diploma and relevant work and/or life experience (equivalent to a Bachelor's degree)
    or Evidence of equivalent practical, professional or educational experience eg 3 - 5 years full time work experience [relevant to business studies].
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing/ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Graduate-Diploma-in-Physical-Activity,-Health-and-Wellness.xml [a-z: Physical activity, health and wellness,Applied science,Fitness,Health,Recreation,Sports training] [keywords: ] [subject: Health_promotion]
786 187702 764 932 Graduate Diploma in Physical Activity, Health and Wellness CH4042 Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health 50 Sports_science_wellness_and_human_nutrition Graduate Diploma 7 7 120 0 Weeks Full time - 1 year, part time available over 3 years Received all year, preferably before 30 November 20 January for February start February. July start may be available, please enquire. Christchurch - Madras Street $6,450 - $7,100 $21,270 $300 approximately for textbooks per year, travel to work placements

Further your interest in health promotion and physical activity with up-to-date industry knowledge.

In this one year programme you will gain an understanding of the application of a wide range of skills in the use of physical activity in health and wellness.

The programme will focus on how physical activity and associated disciplines, enables people to take control, and to improve, their health and wellness outcomes.

You will learn to create targeted exercise programmes and prescribe them to improve population health and wellness.

You will look at both individual behaviour as well as a wide range of social and environmental interventions in population health and will also gain knowledge of physical activity for special populations. The programme provides significant opportunity for applied research, research projects and work placements.

On completion of this programme you will have a qualification that enables you to work with people to set goals, improve their diet and exercise regimes.

  • Physical activity development
  • Lifestyle consultant
  • Physical activity prescription specialist
  • Health promotion
  • Health science research

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment form or an international application form and send it back to us.

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • A Bachelor of Applied or Health Science or equivalent in any field excluding Physical Activity and Health Promotion or equivalent.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
  • If your degree was completed more than five years ago you must also have current relevant work experience.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    • For acceptable alternatives, including NCEA, refer to the English Proficiency Outcomes Chart.

Applicants who meet the requirements for admission are accepted into the programme in the order their applications are received.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Physical Education
  • Science
Academic 6.5 7.0 6.0 6.0 7.0

Graduate-Diploma-in-Project-Management.xml [a-z: Business,Commerce,Project management,Management] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
67 112991 455 693 Graduate Diploma in Project Management CH4002 Business 8 Business Graduate Diploma 7 7 120 1 Years Full time - 1 year, part time over 4 years Received all year 22 January for February start; 23 June for July start; 8 September for October start February, July, October Christchurch - Madras Street $6,150 - $6,700 per year $19,120 Advised before enrolment Base en

If you like to plan and see a project right from concept through to completion, our graduate diploma might just be for you. Managing projects is an exciting career path and can be utilised anywhere in the world.

In this full time one-year graduate diploma you will develop the theory and practical applications required of project management thereby enhancing employment opportunities.

You will study the principles of project management, business finance, operations management, advanced project management and resource integration. These skills and knowledge gained will be used as you complete an industry project.

The project management expertise you will gain on this programme aligns with the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), as defined by the Project Management Institute and is an internationally recognised standard.

Note: If you complete one additional course Product Development (AMPD700), provided you complete the Resource Integration (AMRI700) as your elective, you will graduate with two graduate diplomas; the Graduate Diploma in Operations and Production Management and the Graduate Diploma in Project Management, provided that your industry project reflects both fields of study.

On completion of this qualification you will be able to apply your experience to a wide range of businesses and industries as well as specific areas within business such as human resource management, sales and marketing and information communication technologies. Career opportunities include positions as a project manager and management roles requiring expertise in planning, execution, and closing of business projects.

Continue with studies with our Graduate Diploma in Operations and Production Management.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • A Bachelor's degree in any field excluding project management.

Alternative requirements
  • Level 6 or 7 Diploma and relevant work and/or life experience (equivalent to a Bachelor's degree)
    or Evidence of equivalent practical, professional or educational experience eg 3 - 5 years full time work experience (relevant to business studies)
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing / ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Graduate-Diploma-in-Retail-Management.xml [a-z: Business,Retail] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
983 285942 968 1129 Graduate Diploma in Retail Management CH4049 Business 8 Business Graduate Diploma 7 7 120 0 Weeks Full time - 1 year, part time available Received all year 22 January for February start; 23 June for July start February Christchurch - Madras Street $6,000 - $6,600 $19,120 Advised on enrolment

Acquire specialist retail knowledge and skills, enabling you to work at the highest levels of retail management.

This qualification will equip you with the skills that are required in today's competitive retail environment.

You'll gain specialist knowledge and skills in areas such as buyer behaviour, communication strategies, retail marketing, retail enterprise management, e-commerce business models and techniques to support e-commerce.

You'll also learn about the nature of sales, the selling process, customer relationship management, personal and territory management strategies, managing a multi-outlet retail business, human resources, logistics and supply chain management, and the management of merchandise, operations and finances.

With a Graduate Diploma in Retail Management you'll be equipped to take on senior roles in sales, marketing, category management, merchandising and logistics and supply chain management.

You can complement this qualification with a graduate diploma in another specialisation.

To apply for this programme please:

  • Complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience, talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • A bachelor's degree in any field excluding retail management.

Alternative requirements
  • Level 6 or 7 Diploma and relevant work and/or life experience (equivalent to a Bachelor's degree)
    or Evidence of equivalent practical, professional or educational experience eg 3 - 5 years full time work experience [relevant to business studies].
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing/ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Graduate-Diploma-in-Sales-and-Marketing.xml [a-z: Business,Commerce,Marketing,Sales and marketing] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
70 112995 456 694 Graduate Diploma in Sales and Marketing CH4003 Business 8 Business Graduate Diploma 7 7 120 1 Years Full time - 1 year, part time over 4 years Received all year 22 January for February start; 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $6,150 - $6,700 per year $19,120 Advised before enrolment Base en

We live in a world full of consumerism with products, services and concepts constantly for sale in the marketplace. This qualification gives you an advanced understanding in the art of successful selling in today's competitive market.

In our graduate diploma you will gain an understanding of the concepts that make up successful market development and sales including areas such as buyer behaviour and communication strategies, marketing planning and control, international marketing and strategic marketing.

You will also have the chance to put your knowledge to the test in an industry project.

By the end of this programme you will have developed the skills and knowledge in sales and marketing and can apply for jobs in sales and marketing management, retail management, marketing research, market analysis, advertising, public relations, global business and multinational corporations.

Complement this graduate diploma with our Graduate Diploma in Project Management.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • A Bachelor's degree in any field excluding sales and marketing.

Alternative requirements
  • Level 6 or 7 Diploma and relevant work and/or life experience (equivalent to a Bachelor's degree)
    or Evidence of equivalent practical, professional or educational experience eg 3 - 5 years full time work experience (relevant to business studies)
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing / ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Graduate-Diploma-in-Sport-and-Exercise-Science.xml [a-z: Sport and exercise science] [keywords: ] [subject: Sport_science]
787 218443 765 933 Graduate Diploma in Sport and Exercise Science CH4043 Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health 50 Sports_science_wellness_and_human_nutrition Graduate Diploma 7 7 120 0 Weeks Full time - 1 year; part time available over 3 years Received all year, before 30 November 20 January for February start February. July start may be available, please enquire. Christchurch - Madras Street $6,400 - $7,100 $21,270 $500 approximately for textbooks per year, travel to work placements

This programme enables graduates to work with individuals and organisations to achieve identified outcomes in sports psychology, biomechanics and exercise physiology, and sporting excellence at all levels. This is a blended delivery programme, meaning it can be delivered either on campus or remotely.

In this programme you will gain a greater understanding of performance in athletic events through modelling, simulation and measurement. There is a strong focus on sports psychology, investigating psychological factors can affect performance. You will also learn about exercise physiology, the responses and adaptations of the human body to a wide range of physical exercise conditions, and the mechanisms by which exercise can reduce or reverse disease progression.

Our experienced tutors will increase your understanding of sports and biomechanics, looking at the internal and external forces acting on the human body and the effects produced by these forces. The programme will also focus on the psychology of sports excellence. You will have significant study time for applied research, research projects and work placements.

The Graduate Diplomas are designed to extend the current knowledge or add new knowledge for undergraduate students from a range of science and health related disciplines. On completion of this programme graduates could progress to a variety of roles related to sports & exercise science. For example, working for a professional sporting franchise, sports national body, clubs (or a collection of clubs) as a consultant, self-employed, a researcher, or teaching.

Graduates could study postgraduate level in sports and exercise science though to PhD level.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment form or an international application form and send it back to us.

Your on-the-job experience may count towards part or even all of this qualification. To learn more, contact our Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) .

Academic requirements
  • A Bachelor of Applied or Health Science or equivalent in any field excluding Sports and Exercise Science or equivalent.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
  • If your degree was completed more than five years ago you must also have current relevant work experience.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    • For acceptable alternatives, including NCEA, refer to the English Proficiency Outcomes Chart.

Applicants who meet the requirements for admission are accepted into the programme in the order their applications are received.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Physical Education
  • Science
Academic 6.5 7.0 6.0 6.0 7.0

Graduate-Diploma-in-Supply-Chain-Logistics.xml [a-z: Business] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
982 284084 967 1128 Graduate Diploma in Supply Chain Logistics CH4050 Business 8 Business Graduate Diploma 7 7 120 0 Weeks Full time - 1 year, part time available Received all year 22 January for February start; 23 June for July start; 8 September for October start February, July, October Christchurch - Madras Street $5,900 - $6,400 $19,120 Advised on enrolment

Acquire the ability to make sound strategic decisions and solve problems in supply chain logistics.

Throughout the course of this programme, core competencies of project management, e-commerce, operations management and supply chain logistics are integrated to address, identify and resolve present day supply chain issues.

Quantitative techniques covered will lay the foundation for sound decision making and problem solving in resolving operational issues, while qualitative content will explore the best methods for planning, organising and strategy formulation aspects from the managerial perspective.

A real-world industry project will form part of your studies and will provide you with hands-on experience that strengthens your understanding of the area.

Roles in supply chain and logistics span all levels and areas, including procurement, production and distribution. Upon successful completion of this programme you'll have the analytical, planning and decision making skills to work in industries such as aviation, construction, manufacturing and retail.

You can complement this qualification with further graduate study, such as the Graduate Diploma in Sales and Marketing.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • A bachelor's degree in any field excluding Supply Chain Logistics.

Alternative requirements
  • Level 6 or 7 Diploma and relevant work and/or life experience (equivalent to a Bachelor's degree)
    or Evidence of equivalent practical, professional or educational experience eg 3 - 5 years full time work experience [relevant to business studies].
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing/ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Graduate-Diploma-in-Sustainability-and-Outdoor-Education.xml [a-z: Environmental and outdoor leadership,Sustainability and outdoor education,Recreation,Outdoor education] [keywords: ] [subject: Sport_and_outdoors,Sustainability_and_outdoor_education]
244 113037 570 769 Graduate Diploma in Sustainability and Outdoor Education CH4032 Humanities 51 Sustainability_and_outdoor_education Graduate Diploma 7 7 120 0 Weeks Full time - 1 year, part time also available Received all year 19 December for February start; 2 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $6,800 - $7,400 $20,860 Advised before enrolment Base en

Gain advanced professional development with a holistic approach in education for sustainability and outdoor education with our graduate diploma.

This one-year full time graduate programme combines theory and practice for advanced professional development for established teachers, outdoor educators and instructors or retraining opportunities for graduates or other degrees.

The programme consists of a mixture of compulsory and elective courses, some of which can done by distance learning. You will learn how to implement sustainable practice, journey-based environmental science, contemporary issues in sustainability and outdoor education, resource management, practical skill development and instruction and a course that focuses on the topic of your choosing. This allows you to maintain a broad base to your study, complemented by elective practical and theory courses allowing for personal interests and strengths to be developed.

You will be required to participate in a number of field trips to locations outside Christchurch and off campus. Personal clothing and equipment are required and a list will be provided on request. Specialist equipment is provided.

Please check with programme leader for course availability.

On successful completion of this programme you will be able to return to your employment with an enhanced understanding of contemporary practice; or seek new opportunities teaching social studies and outdoor education. Work in the fields of outdoor instruction, environmental education, adventure or eco-tourism, community health, recreation and conservation are also open to you with this graduate diploma.

You could further your studies with postgraduate programmes such a Master's degree.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form
  • provide a record of previous leadership and personal experience in the outdoor environment

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • A Bachelor's degree
  • Or appropriate, documented and verifiable evidence (including references) of relevant work or other experience, equivalent to three years full time in the outdoor education instruction or similar area.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
  • A current first aid certificate (Red Cross Comprehensive or St John's Workplace) which is current at the time the programme starts.
  • Consent to Disclosure of Information
    Successful applicants will be required to complete a New Zealand Police Consent to Disclosure of Information form depending on their placement. The form will be sent to the Police Licensing and Vetting Service, and returned in confidence to the Head of School. Information on the NZ Police Vetting Service is available from the New Zealand Police website.

  • You must be capable of swimming a minimum of 50 metres and be able to carry a full overnight tramping pack on multi day trips. You must provide a record of your previous leadership and personal experience in an outdoor environment.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Physical education
  • Biology
  • Geography
  • Social Studies
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Graduate-Diploma-in-Tertiary-Teaching-and-Learning.xml [a-z: Teacher training,Tertiary learning and teaching] [keywords: ] [subject: Teacher_education]
1139 366083 1119 1283 Graduate Diploma in Tertiary Teaching and Learning Graduate Diploma in Tertiary Teaching & Learning CH4057 Humanities 53 Teacher_education Graduate Diploma 7 7 120 0 Weeks Full time - one year, part time available Received all year Please enquire Throughout the year Christchurch - Madras Street Campus, Online TBA TBA Advised before enrolment

Enhance your tertiary teaching practice and extend your career opportunities.

Designed for practicing tertiary educators, this programme will enable you to create learning environments that enhance learning and empower learners.

You will gain group facilitation skills, questioning strategies and learn how to use evidence-based principles and practices to design, facilitate, assess and evaluate learning.

You'll develop skills for using an inquiry process for continual improvement in your teaching practice, develop collegiality in your work environment and explore learning theories and models to inform your teaching practice and philosophy. The emphasis is on achieving the best possible synergies between the dual roles of educator and industry professional. Please note: You will need to be working in a tertiary or adult teaching environment with access to students, learning programmes and teaching opportunities.

This qualification will enable you to work as a tutor, teacher, lecturer in tertiary teaching and learning environments. You will also possess the skills to take on education leadership roles, or course and curriculum design roles.

Following successful completion of this qualification you can undertake further post-graduate study.

To apply for this programme please complete:

  • an Admission and Enrolment Form
Academic requirements
  • A bachelor's degree.

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for study at this level may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry.

Additional requirements
  • All participants must be working with learners in a post-secondary environment.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: Students who have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

Academic 6.5 6.5 6.5 6.5 6.5

IMNZ-Diploma-in-Management-Advanced.xml [a-z: Business,Business management,Commerce,Management] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
256 113138 581 775 IMNZ Diploma in Management (Advanced) PA0885 Business 8 Business Diploma 3 6 120 0 Weeks Full time - 1 year, part time also available Received all year 22 January for February start; 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $6,260 - $6,810 $18,400 $280 for registration on completion with NZIM Base en

Advance your professional career in management with this industry recognised qualification sure to secure a successful future.

Our Institute of Management New Zealand awarded qualification prepares you for a professional career in high level management. You will gain a solid grounding in the management theory required for success. It serves as a link between management theory and practice for both students with little management experience and managers with little academic experience.

You will build the skills needed in leadership and applied management and complete industry relevant projects and apply your study to specific business contexts.

You will develop your strategic thinking, researching, evaluating and planning skills and advance your skills with key business software systems and improve your capability with producing the effective and efficient reports essential in today's business environment.

The IMNZ Diploma in Management (Advanced) builds on the skills of the IMNZ Diploma in Management and is an ideal pathway for advancing your management career in a number of organisations both in New Zealand and overseas, as this qualification recognises your experience and attainment in professional management.

You can transfer credits from this qualification towards the New Zealand Diploma in Business and the Bachelor of Applied Management.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Due to Immigration New Zealand visa requirements international students are ineligible to enrol in this programme.

Academic requirements
  • A Level 5 business related diploma

Alternative requirements
  • Considerable management experience (minimum 3 years).

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing / ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

IMNZ-Diploma-in-Management.xml [a-z: Business,Business management,Commerce,Management] [keywords: ] [subject: Business]
49 113135 308 546 IMNZ Diploma in Management PA0732 Business 8 Business Diploma 3 5 120 1 Years Full time - 1 year, part time also available Received all year 22 January for February start; 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street, Ashburton, Timaru, Oamaru $3,295 - $3,845 $18,400 $240 for registration on completion with IMNZ Base en

Equip yourself with the tools required for management positions in the workplace with this Institute of Management New Zealand diploma.

This full time one year industry endorsed programme equips you with the skills and knowledge required for management positions.

You will study the essential steps leading to success while building all the skills and knowledge you require in the areas of communication, management, leadership and applied management.

Techniques for research, reporting and communicating are the foundations of quality management practices and will prove valuable throughout your career in management.

This qualification will give you a great start to your career and you could find work in management roles such as customer services manager, project management assistant and administration assistant.

With further experience you can move into middle management positions such as branch manager, senior sales, delivery manager or production manager. You will also be qualified for general or specific management roles that require an understanding of the underlying theories and practices of effective people management.

Completion of this diploma will give entry and credit recognition to the Business degree. Alternatively, you may continue your study and complete the NZ Diploma in Business.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • 50 credits at Level 2 or above with at least 12 credits in each of three subjects including a minimum of 8 literacy credits at Level 2 or higher in English or Te Reo; 4 credits must be in reading and 4 credits must be in writing. The literacy credits will be selected from a schedule of approved achievement standards and unit standards.

  • and a minimum of 14 numeracy credits at Level 1 or higher in mathematics (Pangarau) on the National Qualifications Framework.

Alternative requirements
  • Equivalent relevant business experience

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing / ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

Intermediate-Cable-Location.xml [a-z: Industry based programmes] [keywords: ] [subject: Industry_based_programmes]
831 223728 809 977 Intermediate Cable Location G9999 Hospitality and Service Industries 32 Industry_based_programmes Other 8 0 0 0 Weeks 3.5 hours Received all year This course is run on demand. Industry and classroom based Please enquire

This course in partnership with Accurate Instruments NZ Ltd is targeted at those working in industry utilising Cable Location Equipment, you will develop the knowledge and skills to operate equipment safely and effectively.

When you complete this course you should:

  • Demonstrate knowledge and skills in accordance with Industry practice
  • Demonstrate basic product knowledge - Functionality, Aims, Uses, Limitations, Results.
  • Have an intermediate understanding of the Founding Science.
  • Show awareness of hazards and risks in cable location.
  • Demonstrate knowledge and compliance with the current Operational Health and Safety Requirements.
  • Demonstrate basic operation, visual inspection, and competent handling of the instrument.

Please note: to enrol in this course you must be working in the industry.

Complete other industry based courses in:

  • Moisture inspection
  • Thermography
  • Gas Detection
  • Safety Inspection
  • GPR - Ground Penetrating Radar
  • Combination and customised courses are available

Please contact the Workforce development team by emailing industry@ara.ac.nz or phoning 940 7510, if you are interested in enrolling in this course or any related study pathways.

Academic requirements
  • This programme has open entry, but English language requirements apply.
Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements

Master-of-Health-Science.xml [a-z: Health,Nursing] [keywords: ] [subject: Nursing,Nursing_Postgraduate]
1102 346647 1082 1246 Master of Health Science Master of Health Science HB4033 Nursing & Human Services 44 Nursing Other 8 9 180 0 Weeks 18 months, part time available Due 30 November or 31 May Please enquire February, July Christchurch - Madras Street and blended delivery online $1710 per course (2016) Advised before enrolment

The Master of Health Science programme is tailored for health managers and health practitioners, specifically those working for DHBs, PHOs, the fitness industry and sports organisations, as well as social workers, community care workers and allied health practitioners.

You will expand your knowledge within an inter-disciplinary learning environment and develop skills in critical analysis, constructive synthesis, and advanced practice and research within your chosen discipline area. An option for this programme is the completion of a 30 credit scholarly project or a 90 credit thesis. This provides the opportunity for you to critically examine philosophical, methodological and ethical issues that underpin research and establish a sound foundation for developing knowledge and understanding of the nature and application of research.

To achieve this degree you need to complete 180 credits. This can be done by completing seven of the courses below within three years, or a blend of courses together with a thesis or scholarly project totalling 180 credits.

This qualification will enable you to build on your specialist knowledge or progress to management positions within the health sector. It also provides an entry into health teaching in your area of practice.

This can pathway to higher level qualifications including doctoral research.

Please complete an admissions and enrolment form.

Academic requirements
    • An undergraduate degree in a health science/health discipline with a B average or better;

    or

    • B average or better in a Bachelor Honours degree or a Postgraduate Diploma in a health field (120 credits at level 8)
Alternative requirements
    • If you do not meet the Academic entry criteria above, you may be admitted to the Postgraduate Certificate in Health Science, and upon successful completion of two courses (B average) from the list of approved courses for the Postgraduate Certificate in Health Science, gain admission to the Master of Health Science.

    or

    • provide evidence of having completed a relevant professional qualification; and
    • provide evidence of successful completion of a relevant qualification or programme of study which is equivalent to those of first degree graduates, through the submission of a portfolio of evidence.
Additional requirements
  • Interview

    • Applicants who meet academic entry criteria may be required to attend an interview.
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

Academic 6.5 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Master-of-Nursing-Advanced-Practice-Pathway.xml [a-z: Nursing] [keywords: ] [subject: Nursing,Nursing_Postgraduate]
1103 346676 1083 1247 Master of Nursing - Advanced Practice Pathway Master of Nursing HB3911 Nursing & Human Services 44 Nursing Other 8 9 240 0 Weeks Full time - 2 years, part time available Due 30 November or 31 May Please enquire February, July Christchurch - Madras Street and blended delivery online $1710 per course (2016)

The Master of Nursing is an applied, clinically-focused programme characterised by advanced study in nursing and health sciences.

You will develop advanced nursing knowledge, along with higher-level skills in critical analysis, constructive synthesis, and advanced practice and research within your specialty area. The programme has been specifically designed to prepare you as a nurse for advanced practice roles, including nurse practitioner and is approved by the Nursing Council of New Zealand as a 'Masters with a clinical focus, including the content for preparation for nurse prescribing'. Part of the requirement for the programme is the completion of a 90 credit thesis.

If you're completing the Master of Nursing and you intend to apply for Nurse Practitioner registration (as required by the Nursing Council of New Zealand), some specific courses must form part of your programme. Details are available on request.

With this qualification you can extend your knowledge in the practice area in which you're already working and gain a formal qualification in recognition of your professional development. Roles which utilise this qualification include nurse consultant, nurse educator, clinical leader, clinical nurse specialist, clinical charge nurse, health services manager and case manager/co-ordinator. If you're undertaking the nurse practitioner pathway, upon graduation you can apply to the Nursing Council of New Zealand for the Nurse Practitioner Scope of Practice.

This degree can pathway to higher level qualifications including doctoral research.

Please complete an admissions and enrolment form.

Academic requirements
  • An undergraduate degree in a health science/health discipline with a B average or better.

Alternative requirements
  • If you do not meet the entry criteria above, the applicant may be provisionally admitted to, and upon successful completion of a Postgraduate Certificate in Health Sciences, gain admission to the Master of Nursing. Successful completion is normally considered to be a B average in these courses.

Additional requirements
  • Interview

    • Applicants who meet academic entry criteria may be required to attend an interview.
    • Applicants must be a New Zealand Registered Nurse with a current practising certificate.
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

Academic 6.5 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

National-Certificate-in-Gasfitting.xml [a-z: Trades,Gasfitting,Pasifika Trades Training] [keywords: ] [subject: Plumbing_and_gasfitting]
237 114486 469 707 National Certificate in Gasfitting NC5405 Trades Certificate 4 Delivered concurrently with the National Certificate in Plumbing Level 4 4 171 0 Weeks Part time - 3 years Received all year Please enquire Throughout the year Christchurch - Ensors Road $988 - $2,745 Please enquire Advised before enrolment Base en

Acquire the professional skills and knowledge you need to apply for registration as a gasfitter with the Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers Board.

During this programme, you will gain professional skills and knowledge in how to use and maintain gasfitting hand tools and trade equipment as well as how to install, secure and maintain domestic and commercial gas systems, appliances, fittings and structures.

Trained in best practice standards, you will learn essential gasfitting skills such as how to excavate and trench, remove asbestos products, solder metal joints and apply sealants to joints, weld steel sheet and tube and design and construct sheet metal plumbing requirements.

This qualification is delivered concurrently with the National Certificate in Plumbing and forms part of the requirements for a registered gasfitter.

You must be able to work in a busy trades-related environment.

When you graduate with this qualification you can apply for registration as a gasfitter with the Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers Board. With registration dependent on you meeting Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers Board (PGDB) requirements. Career options include working for a private gasfitting organisation or you may like to consider becoming an independent contractor.

With this qualification you are eligible to apply to sit examinations set by the Board of Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers to become a registered gasfitter.

If you are interested in sitting these exams our short awards may be of interest to you - Craftsman Common (G11016), Craftsman Plumbing (G11017), Craftsman Gas (G11018) and Solar Hot Water Installation (SHWI101).

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Due to Immigration New Zealand visa requirements international students are ineligible to enrol in this national certificate.

Academic requirements
  • 36 NCEA credits at Level 1 including 12 credits in English. Or the Certificate in Pre Trade Plumbing, Gasfitting and Drainlaying Level 2.
Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • A current training agreement and employment in the industry.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
General 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

National-Certificate-in-Goods-Service-Core-Skills.xml [a-z: Transport] [keywords: ] [subject: Transport]
969 281756 951 1115 National Certificate in Goods Service (Core Skills) NC1227 Primary Industries 54 Transport Certificate 4 2 62 0 Weeks Full time - 17 weeks Received all year February Timaru $3170 - $3500 Please enquire Advised on enrolment

In a region where businesses have indicated that there is a huge skill shortage of qualified drivers, now is your chance to become the next generation of driver.

Do you have a full car licence?

Yes, then you could be a have a new career as a commercial driver of a Class 2 vehicle in only 17 weeks!

If your ambitions are to drive the big rigs, complete this level 2 programme and then continue to study on our Advanced Commercial Driver programme. In just one year if you complete both programmes your dream could become your reality.

This programme covers:

  • Personal presentation and positive attitude
  • Customer service skills
  • Stress, health, fatigue, work time and driver logbook
  • Pre-drive vehicle checks
  • Incident reporting and hazard identification
  • Safe manual handling practices in the workplace
  • Heavy motor vehicle systems and components
  • Rigid vehicle operations and dynamics
  • Be prepared to Class 2 licence

Optional Strands you may cover include:

  • Dangerous Goods where you will demonstrate the knowledge of legal, safe loading and operation of a heavy vehicle carrying dangerous goods.
  • Forklifting Operations where you will demonstrate the knowledge and skills of the use and loading of a heavy vehicle using a powered industrial lift truck.

On completion of this programme you can work as a commercial driver - Class 2 licence.

This qualification provides the pathway to higher level national certificates including the National Certificate in Goods Service (Heavy Vehicle Driver). You could go to study qualifications in the transportation of specialist goods such as waste and recoverable resources (either solid or liquid and hazardous waste), bulk dangerous goods, livestock, logs, dairy and perishable products.

To apply for this programme please complete an Admission and Enrolment form or an International Application form.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Please note: Programme delivery is conditional on enrolments reaching a minimum requirement.

Academic requirements
  • This programme has open entry.
Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
  • A current Class 1 Driver Licence.

English requirements
  • IELTS 5.5 Academic (no lower than 5.5 in speaking, 5.5
Academic 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

National-Certificate-in-Goods-Service-Heavy-Vehicle-Driver.xml [a-z: Transport] [keywords: ] [subject: Transport]
976 283558 959 1122 National Certificate in Goods Service (Heavy Vehicle Driver) NC1228 Science & Primary Industries 54 Transport Certificate 4 3 56 0 Weeks Full time - 17 weeks, Part time - 28 Weeks Received all year Please enquire February Timaru (full time), Christchurch (part time) $3030 - $3500 Please enquire Advised on enrolment

This programme provides you the skills you need in this fast-paced industry and also offers real-world experience in the workplace while you study.

This six-month course is delivered in partnership with Mainland Driving School. It includes all the theory and practical training required to safely, efficiently and lawfully operate and drive heavy vehicles on New Zealand roads including state highways and rural roads.

As well as obtaining licences for driving class 2 (up to 18 tonnes) and class 4 (over 18 tonnes) rigid goods service vehicles, you'll also gain dangerous goods, 'wheels, tracks and rollers', forklift endorsement and OSH certification.

You'll obtain your class 2 licence in the first two weeks, then attend one evening class a fortnight during the following six months.

On completion of this programme you can work as a commercial driver - Class 4 or 5 licence.

This qualification provides a pathway to higher level national certificates including the National Certificate in Road Transport Management (Operations) (Level 4) and the National Diploma in Road Transport Management.

To apply for this programme please complete an Admission and Enrolment form or an International Application form.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Please note: Programme delivery is conditional on enrolments reaching a minimum requirement.

Academic requirements
  • 10 NCEA Level 1 literacy credits and 10 NCEA Level 1 numeracy credits

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • You must:

    • Hold a class 1 driver licence for more than six months prior to the programme start, and be able to drive a manual gearbox
    • Obtain your class 2 learners from the AA or VTNZ
    • Be employed in a role that allows you to apply the skills and knowledge taught on the course, or be willing to change career (help is available to find a suitable role)
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

Academic 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

National-Certificate-in-Motor-Industry-Automotive-Body-Collision-Repair-or-Refinishing-Level-3-.xml [a-z: Automotive trades,Motor trades,Autobody] [keywords: ] [subject: Motor_industry_trades]
28 104830 488 726 National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Body) (Collision Repair or Refinishing) Level 3 NC1413 Trades 57 Trades Certificate 4 3 185 0 Weeks Part time over 2 years for Collision Repair strand and part time over 18 months for Refinishing strand. Received all year Throughout the year Christchurch - Ensors Road Advised on enrolment Please enquire Advised on enrolment Base en

Enhance your skills and knowledge in collision repair or refinishing with this programme which you complete while working in the automotive body industry.

Our part time programme is completed while you work in the industry and you can focus on either collision repair or refinishing.

We teach you how to problem solve, remove, repair and replace interior components, vehicle body construction and repair, and vehicle safety systems. We also cover damage, steering and suspension component replacement.

You will learn about preparation, body corrosion and anti-corrosion, undercoating and painting, and how to use workshop and refinishing equipment. Other aspects include application of adhesive strips, paint and colour defects, plus pearl, two pack and waterborne paint systems.

Part of this programme includes performing general engineering and welding operations. We also train you in everyday business tasks like estimating and costing repair jobs, and helping with customer enquiries.

To successfully complete this programme you need to speak and understand English to a level that will ensure safe work instructions are able to be followed.

You will need to have good English and mathematics skills to assist with your understanding of theory and calculations.

You will need to have the physical ability to work in all areas of the trade.

You must be able to work in a busy trades-related environment.

With this National Certificate you will be able to work in collision repair or a refinishing workshop as a qualified assistant technician. With further study you may look at moving into mechanical repairs on heavy industrial vehicles for civil contracting and mining companies and command a higher income.

This qualification lead on to National Certificate qualifications at Level 4. Specialised training is also available at Level 5 with the National Certificate in Motor Industry (Advanced Technical) with strands in Automotive Electrical and Mechanical, and Collision Repair.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form

If you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Due to Immigration New Zealand visa requirements international students are ineligible to enrol in this national certificate.

Academic requirements
Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • English
  • Mathematics
Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

National-Certificate-in-Motor-Industry-Automotive-Body-Collision-Repair-or-Refinishing-Level-4-.xml [a-z: Automotive trades,Motor trades,Autobody] [keywords: ] [subject: Motor_industry_trades]
31 114627 494 732 National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Body) (Collision Repair or Refinishing) Level 4 NC1414 Trades 57 Trades Certificate 4 4 103 0 Weeks Part time - 18 months for Collision Repair Strand and part time - 1 year for Refinishing Strand Received all year Please enquire Throughout the year Christchurch - Ensors Road Advised on enrolment Please enquire Please enquire Base en

Advance your automotive skills with our comprehensive programme which covers all practical and administrative aspects of repair and refinishing.

This is a part time programme completed is while you work in the industry and has strands in Collision Repair and Refinishing.

You will gain an understanding of all practical and administrative aspects of repair and refinishing in such areas as problem solving techniques, surface preparation, undercoating and painting, using workshop and refinishing equipment, adhesive stripes, body corrosion and anti-corrosion, paint and colour defects, pearl, two pack and waterborne paint systems.

In addition, you will learn about collision repair and refinishing work, this includes removing, repairing, and replacing vehicle body interior components, vehicle safety systems, vehicle body construction and repair, repair of structural and non-structural damage, steering and suspension component replacement.

You will be also be able to perform general engineering and welding operations, carry out administrative duties, attend to customer enquiries and tasks related to estimating and costing repair jobs.

To successfully complete this programme you need to speak and understand English to a level that will ensure safe work instructions are able to be followed.

You will need to have good English and mathematics skills to assist with your understanding of theory and calculations.

You must be able to work in a busy trades-related environment.

With this National Certificate will be able to work in a collision repair or refinishing workshop as a qualified technician.

Completion of specialised training at Level 5 is also available leading to the National Certificate in Motor Industry (Advanced Technical) with strands in Automotive Electrical and Mechanical, and Collision Repair.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form

If you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Due to Immigration New Zealand visa requirements international students are ineligible to enrol in this national certificate.

Academic requirements
  • You must have completed NC1413 National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Body) Level 3 with strands in Collision Repair and Refinishing prior to enrolling this programme.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
  • Current Class 1 Driver Licence.
English requirements
  • IELTS 6.0 General (no lower than 6.0 in speaking, 6.0
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
General 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

National-Certificate-in-Motor-Industry-Automotive-Body-Collision-Repair.xml [a-z: ] [keywords: ] [subject: ]
712 331674 677 858 National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Body) Collision Repair NC1413 Trades Certificate 4 $2,190 - $2,800
Academic requirements
Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements

National-Certificate-in-Motor-Industry-Automotive-Electrical-and-Mechanical-Engineering-Level-3-Light-Vehicle-Strand.xml [a-z: Automotive trades,Motor trades,Autobody] [keywords: ] [subject: Motor_industry_trades]
347 114577 606 805 National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Electrical and Mechanical Engineering) (Level 3) Light Vehicle Strand NC1421 Trades 57 Trades Certificate 4 3 240 0 Weeks Full time - 1 year plus part time - 18 months Received all year Please enquire February, August Christchurch - Ensors Road $2,000 - $2,600 Please enquire Advised before enrolment

Advance your job prospects and scope for getting the apprenticeship you want with our automotive certificate taught by industry experts.

This programme equips you with the skills and knowledge to carry out general service work in an automotive workshop or a service bay with minimal supervision.

Areas covered include basic knowledge and skills in automotive electrics, fuel systems, engines and exhausts; inspecting vehicles for mechanical and electrical faults; fault repair in mechanical and electrical systems; tools and equipment used in the industry; quality control, legislation and industry standards; business responsibilities towards customers; health and safety, communication and self-management.

The programme is provided in two stage: 12 months full time, followed by a further 18 months part time study while employed in the industry.

In order to undertake this programme you must be physically able to work safely in an industry-related work environment.

With an automotive apprenticeship you can be a mechanical diagnostics or electronics technician and work with cars every day. You could begin working on cars, trucks or agricultural vehicles, then with specific study move into mechanical or electrical repairs on heavy industrial vehicles for civil contracting and mining companies.

This programme shares some standards in common with other qualifications to provide multiple entry points into the industry and prepares you for further National Certificates in the motor industry.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form

If you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Due to Immigration New Zealand visa requirements international students are ineligible to enrol in this national certificate.

Academic requirements
  • This programme has open entry, but English language requirements apply.
Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
  • To successfully complete some unit standards in this programme you are required to have a drivers licence (minimum of restricted licence) for the class of vehicle that you are working on.

English requirements
  • IELTS 5.0 Academic (no lower than 5.0 in speaking, 5.0
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: Students who have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
Academic 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

National-Certificate-in-Motor-Industry-Automotive-Electrical-and-Mechanical-Engineering-Level-4-Light-Vehicle-Strand.xml [a-z: Automotive trades,Motor trades,Autobody] [keywords: ] [subject: Motor_industry_trades]
251 114669 553 756 National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Electrical and Mechanical Engineering) (Level 4) Light Vehicle Strand NC1422 Trades 57 Trades Certificate 4 4 132 0 Weeks Part time - 18 months Received all year Please enquire February, July Christchurch - Ensors Road $2,200 - $2,800 Please enquire Advised before enrolment Base en

You will graduate as a completely capable and qualified technician with our certificate giving you in-depth automotive training.

This programme provides the skills and knowledge required to work as a technician in the automotive industry, undertaking diagnostics and complex repair work at an intermediate to advanced level. It also covers the areas of customer interaction including scheduling work and completing quotations for jobs.

You must have access to a computer and the internet to complete this programme.

In order to undertake this programme you must be physically able to work safely in an industry-related work environment.

This nationally recognised qualification enables you to apply for assistant technician positions in specialist auto electrical businesses, or in mechanical repair workshops that undertake a wider scope of work.

Study pathways include the National certificate in Motor Industry (Advanced Technical) (Level 5) with strands in automotive electrical and mechanical, and collision repair.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form

If you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Due to Immigration New Zealand visa requirements international students are ineligible to enrol in this national certificate.

Academic requirements
  • You must have completed the National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Electrical and Mechanical Engineering) (Level 3) Light Vehicle Strand prior to enrolling in this programme. English requirements may also apply (see below).

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • IELTS 5.5 Academic (no lower than 5.0 in speaking, 5.0
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

Applicants who meet the requirements for admission are accepted into the programme in the order their applications are received.

  • English
  • Mathematics
Academic 5.5 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

National-Certificate-in-Plumbing.xml [a-z: Trades,Pasifika Trades Training,Plumbing] [keywords: ] [subject: Plumbing_and_gasfitting]
266 114488 326 564 National Certificate in Plumbing NC5406 Trades Certificate 4 Delivered concurrently with the National Certificate in Gasfitting Level 4 4 219 0 Weeks Part time - 3 years Received all year Please enquire Throughout the year Christchurch - Ensors Road $985 - $2,745 Please enquire Advised before enrolment

Gain all the professional skills and knowledge you need to apply for industry certification as a plumber with this highly practical qualification.

Trained in best practice standards, you will learn how to use and maintain plumbing hand tools and trade equipment as well as how to install, secure and maintain domestic and commercial plumbing systems, appliances, fittings and structures.

You will further develop your professional skills and knowledge with study in will be trained in how to excavate and trench, remove asbestos products, solder metal joints and apply sealants to joints. In other unit standards you will learn how to join lead sheet and tube by lead burning, design and construct sheet metal plumbing requirements, weld steel plumbing pipe and sheet, and design and fabricate sheet lead and tube plumbing items.

This qualification is delivered concurrently with the National Certificate in Gasfitting and forms part of the requirements for a registered plumber.

You must be able to work in a busy trades-related environment.

When you graduate with this qualification you can apply for registration as a plumber with the Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers Board. Your registration will be dependent on you meeting Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers Board (PGDB) requirements. Career options include working for as a plumber for a private company or you may like to consider becoming an independent contractor.

With this qualification you are eligible to apply to sit examinations set by the Board of Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers to become a registered gasfitter.

If you are interested in sitting these exams our short awards may be of interest to you. These include: Craftsman Common (G11016), Craftsman Plumbing (G11017), Craftsman Gas (G11018) and Solar Hot Water Installation (SHWI101).

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Academic requirements
  • or the Certificate in Pre Trade Plumbing, Gasfitting and Drainlaying Level 2.

  • 36 NCEA credits at Level 1 including 12 credits in English. and 12 credits in mathematics.
Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • A current training agreement and employment in the industry.
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
General 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

National-Certificate-in-Work-and-Community-Supported-Learning.xml [a-z: Adult education,Education,Foundation studies] [keywords: ] [subject: Foundation_studies,Youth_Business_Retail]
184 116124 386 624 National Certificate in Work and Community (Supported Learning) NC0853 Humanities 24 Foundation_studies Certificate 4 1 40 0 Weeks Part time Received all year Please enquire February Madras Street Campus Please enquire Please enquire Advised on enrolment Base en

Our qualification recognises the achievement of people who require some support with their learning, either through additional resources, specialised equipment or adapted teaching programmes.

Our programme is designed to develop your potential and personal goals; you will gain general skills to assist you in your success in the workforce. You will prepare for work, understand work/life balance, learn money skills, communication skills, information technology for work and understand health and wellbeing for work.

If you have an intellectual disability, and want to develop work skills for successful employment, you are encouraged to apply for this programme.

To be successful in this programme you will need to have an interest in learning, show motivation to acquire new work and improved social skill, be able to learn in a group environment, demonstrate mature appropriate behaviour, be respectful of others and the environment, have number and letter recognition and basic computer skills.

This programme is available as part of our Secondary Tertiary Courses which helps Year 11-13 students move smoothly from school into tertiary study or work. Students can complete each course individually or all the courses to recieve the qualification. These courses can be funded through secondary schools through negotiation with our Youth Team. To enquire, contact youth@ara.ac.nz .

Significant changes have been made to this programme, before applying please contact the programme leader Barbara Ross-Davis on 03 940 8195 for details.

As a graduate of this programme, you will have developed work, study skills, an understanding of work culture and have enhanced confidence and self esteem.

Opportunities for further study in Ara Foundation programmes may be available to some graduates.

To apply for this programme please

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment form
Academic requirements
  • This programme has open entry.
Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If you are from an non English speaking background you are also required to be able to express basic needs in English or New Zealand Sign Language, and be able to follow directions or instruction given in English or New Zealand Sign Language.


National-Diploma-in-Business-Administration.xml [a-z: Business administration,Online business studies] [keywords: ] [subject: Business_administration,Online_business_studies]
813 243824 791 959 National Diploma in Business Administration ND0370 Business 7 Business_administration 45 Online_business_studies Diploma 3 5 120 0 Weeks Part time - 2 years Received all year Please enquire Monthly Delivered fully online $1200 - $1800 To be advised true

The Diploma in Business Administration will develop your understanding of business administration at a leadership level and enable you to progress into more senior administration roles.

It provides an excellent opportunity for those already in administration or executive support roles to develop existing skills or to gain recognition for existing work practice. Your study will include learning in the following areas:

  • Managing meetings and conferences
  • Planning or reviewing administration systems
  • Managing quality customer service
  • Contributing to standards for business documents

This programme is offered online so you can tailor your studies to suit your needs (you'll therefore need to have access to a computer and internet/email). You must be currently working in a supervisory/management position, or have access to management functions, as the programme has been designed around delivering skills and knowledge to further these positions. Upon completion, you'll easily be able to integrate what you've learned into your current role

Graduates of this diploma can pursue senior positions in administration including office manager, senior executive assistant, personal assistant or executive support leaders and specialised administrators.

Once you've completed the programme you can continue your studies with the National Diploma in Business, NZ Diploma in Business or Bachelor of Applied Management.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • 12 credits in NCEA English Level 1 and 36 credits in NCEA Level 2.
Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you are also required to provide evidence of your English language skills. Refer also to the Acceptable Alternatives Chart which includes credits in English-rich subjects from New Zealand educational institutions. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: Students who have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

Academic 6.0 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

National-Diploma-in-Business-fully-online-Health-and-Safety-Management-.xml [a-z: Online business studies,Business,Business online studies] [keywords: ] [subject: Online_business_studies]
890 245177 867 1036 National Diploma in Business (fully online) (Health and Safety Management ) ND1498 Business 45 Online_business_studies Diploma 3 5 120 0 Weeks Flexible to suit your needs. Full time and part time options are available. Received all year Please enquire Throughout the year Online $2,200 - $2,850 Please enquire No additional costs

This programme is delivered online to allow you to fit studies around your job. The programme of study will also be supported with three workshops where you will hear from experts in the Health and Safety field.

You can expect to learn how to implement health and safety requirements into your workplace, manage emergencies in specified workplaces, apply a health and safety plan, develop and implement a hazard management system, produce an occupational health and safety incident investigation, prepare health and safety information for management, facilitate hazard management in an occupational health and safety practice.

You will also be capable of operating professional, ethically and responsibly showing positive leadership.

With this qualification you will have a solid grounding in facets of health and safety and be ready to either start your career in this field or advance your current position. These skills can be applied to a whole range of businesses.

Credits from this diploma can be credited towards the Bachelor of Applied Management.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Due to Immigration New Zealand visa requirements international students are ineligible to enrol in this national diploma.

Academic requirements
Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. CPIT literacy and numeracy assessments are available.
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • You must be currently working in a supervisory/ management position, or have access to management functions, with access to a computer.

English requirements
  • IELTS 6.0 Academic (no lower than 6.0 in speaking, 5.5
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

Applicants who meet the requirements for admission are accepted into the programme in the order their applications are received.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing/ ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 6.0 5.5 6.0 5.5

National-Diploma-in-Business-fully-online.xml [a-z: Business,Business management,Business online studies,Commerce,Management,Online business studies] [keywords: ] [subject: Online_business_studies]
192 113126 492 730 National Diploma in Business (fully online) ND1498 Business 8 Business Diploma 3 5 120 0 Weeks Flexible to suit your needs. Full time and part time options are available Received all year Please enquire Throughout the year Online $2,450 - $3,000 $18,400 No additional costs

If you're working as a manager or team leader or would like to move into this area, with our fully online programme you will gain the formal recognition to manage people in the workplace and excel in management roles.

This qualification is delivered online to allow you to fit studies around your job and is designed for people who are currently or want to work in the management and leadership of a team or business unit.

You will learn how to contribute to organisational strategy, plan and prepare business information, prepare financial statements, perform financial analysis, create operational marketing plans and contribute to change management.

You will also have the ability to source and evaluate, problem solve and use information and communication technology effectively.

You need to have an internet ready computer, email software, Microsoft Office 2007 or other, desirable but not essential.

With this qualification you will be capable of operating professionally, ethically and responsibly to show positive leadership, while gaining a solid grounding in many areas of business management and be ready to launch your career in the field or advance from your current position.

Credits from this diploma can be credited towards the Bachelor of Applied Management, where you can specialise in accounting, business information systems, business transformation and change, event management, human resource management, innovation and entrepreneurship, operations and production management, project management and sales and marketing.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Due to Immigration New Zealand visa requirements international students are ineligible to enrol in this national certificate.

Academic requirements
  • 12 credits in NCEA English Level 1 and 36 credits in NCEA Level 2.
Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, numeracy and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • You must be currently working in a supervisory/ management position, or have access to management functions, with access to a computer.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

Applicants who meet the requirements for admission are accepted into the programme in the order their applications are received.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing / ICT
  • Economics
Academic 6.0 5.5 5.5 6.0 6.0

New-Zealand-Certificate-in-Adult-and-Tertiary-Teaching-Level-5.xml [a-z: Tertiary learning and teaching,Teacher training] [keywords: ] [subject: Teacher_education]
1140 366697 1120 1284 New Zealand Certificate in Adult and Tertiary Teaching (Level 5) New Zealand Certificate in Adult and Tertiary Teaching NZ2993 Humanities 53 Teacher_education Certificate 4 5 60 0 Weeks Part-time Received all year Please enquire Throughout the year Christchurch - Madras Street Advised on enrolment

Enhance your teaching skills and further your career.

Delivered through a blend of workshops, online activities and workplace support, this work-based programme focuses on applied teaching practice. Areas covered include group facilitation skills, questioning strategies, assessment and moderation, and learner-centred approaches suitable for diverse learner groups.

You'll be able to develop core teaching and learning facilitation skills appropriate to New Zealand adult and tertiary learning environments. Please note: you will need to be working in a post-secondary teaching environment with access to students, learning programmes and teaching opportunities.

With this qualification you can further your teaching career as a tutor, lecturer or learning facilitator in a tertiary or adult training setting.

After completing this programme you can further your study with a level 6 qualification in adult and tertiary teaching.

To apply for this programme please complete:

  • an Admission and Enrolment Form
Academic requirements
  • NCEA Level 2

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • All participants must be working with learners in a post-secondary environment.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    IELTS scores used must be taken from a single IELTS Test Report Form and are valid for two years from the date of the test. Students who have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements are not required to provide evidence of English language skills.

Academic 6.5 6.5 6.5 6.5 6.5

New-Zealand-Certificate-in-Adult-Literacy-and-Numeracy-Education-VocationalWorkplace-Level-5.xml [a-z: Teacher training,Tertiary learning and teaching] [keywords: ] [subject: Teacher_education]
1141 366409 1121 1285 New Zealand Certificate in Adult Literacy and Numeracy Education (Vocational/Workplace) (Level 5) New Zealand Certificate in Adult Literacy and Numeracy Education (Vocational/Workplace) NZ2754 Humanities 53 Teacher_education Certificate 4 5 40 0 Weeks Variable, part-time available Received all year Please enquire Throughout the year Christchurch - Madras Street Campus $1516 - $1600 Please enquire Advised on enrolment

Develop learners' literacy and numeracy within your vocational teaching context.

This programme is a professional learning course for practicing educators and meets TEC qualification requirements for educators working with foundation level learners. Delivered through a blend of workshops, online activities and workplace support, it focuses on applied teaching practice, enabling you to embed literacy and numeracy development activities into your vocational or workplace training programme. Please note: You will need to be working in a post-secondary teaching environment with access to students, learning programmes and teaching opportunities.

With this qualification you can further your teaching career as a tutor, lecturer or learning facilitator in a tertiary or adult training setting.

Following the programme you can undertake further study towards level 5 and higher qualifications in adult and tertiary teaching.


To apply for this programme please complete:

  • an Admission and Enrolment Form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Academic requirements
  • 12 credits in NCEA Level 1 English and 36 credits NCEA Level 2.

Alternative requirements
  • Evidence of literacy, and an ability to study at the appropriate level. This can be through study, work and/or life experience. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • Involvement in a tertiary or adult teaching environment with access to students, learning programmes and teaching opportunities

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    • IELTS scores used must be taken from a single IELTS Test Report Form and are valid for two years from the date of the test.

    Students who have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements are not required to provide evidence of English language skills.

Academic 6.5 6.5 6.5 6.5 6.5

New-Zealand-Certificate-in-Agriculture-Farming-Systems.xml [a-z: Agriculture] [keywords: ] [subject: Agriculture]
960 281662 942 1106 New Zealand Certificate in Agriculture (Farming Systems) NZ2220 Primary Industries 1 Agriculture Certificate 4 3 85 0 Weeks Full time - 25 weeks Received all year 19 December for January start; February, September Timaru $530 Please enquire Advised on enrolment

Farming plays a crucial part in New Zealand's economy. A career in agriculture can lead you into management, farm management, farm ownership or into business.

A great place to start or continue your learning journey is with our Farm Cadet Programme (Level 3). This programme will develop your knowledge and capabilities in livestock handling, husbandry, milk harvesting, pasture management as well as farm machinery and safety.

This programme is delivered in a cadetship model. You will spend the first 13 weeks in full-time study focusing on work place health and safety, riding quad and motorbikes and driving tractors and light utility vehicles.

You will cover the basics of fencing, chainsaw operation, agrichemicals and water systems.

From there, if you meet the criteria, you will be offered a cadetship which will see you spending two days per week in class and three days out on a farm, gaining real work experience.

This programme covers:

  • Pastoral farming
  • Livestock
  • Farm technology
  • Health and safety
  • Sustainable practices

After completing this qualification you gain employment in a range of roles in the agriculture industry.

You can continue your studies with the New Zealand Certificate in Agriculture (Vehicles Machinery and Infrastructure) (Level 3) and the New Zealand Diploma in Agribusiness Management.

To apply for this programme please complete an Admission and Enrolment form or an International Application form.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Please note: Programme delivery is conditional on enrolments reaching a minimum requirement.

Academic requirements
  • 10 NCEA Level 1 literacy credits and 10 NCEA Level 1 numeracy credits

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • A current Class 1 Driver Licence.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

Academic 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

New-Zealand-Certificate-in-Animal-Management-Level-4-with-Companion-Animal-Strand.xml [a-z: Animal science] [keywords: ] [subject: Animal_science,New_qualifications]
876 246129 853 1022 New Zealand Certificate in Animal Management (Level 4) with Companion Animal Strand NZ2489 Science & Primary Industries 2 Animal_Science Certificate 4 4 120 41 Weeks Full time - 1 year, part time available 30 October - late applications may be considered 30 October for February start February Christchurch - Madras Street $5,900 - $6,280 $19,000 Approximately $200 for text books and fuel for work placements

Match your passion for animals with the skills and knowledge needed to work in a diverse and rewarding field of animal care.

This highly practical programme will equip you with the knowledge and skills required in a wide range of animal related industries.

Foundation courses cover animal anatomy and physiology, occupational health and safety, safe handling of animals, basic animal behaviour and an introduction to the equipment and software commonly used in animal care environments. More advanced topics include nutrition, care during illness/injury, designing optimum housing spaces, behavioural correction and intervention and the safe transport of animals.

Work-integrated learning is a significant component of the programme and you'll have the opportunity to select an appropriate workplace to suit the area of animal care you're most interested in.

Due to the practical nature of the programme, you must have a good level of fitness to be able to carry out the physical activities with the animal room and on your work placement.

With this qualification you will have the skills to competently manage the day-to-day care of animals in a variety of situations such as kennels and catteries, rescue centres and pet sitting facilities.

Depending on your interests, you could also find employment as an animal welfare worker, pet sitter, pet shop assistant,pet supplies sales representative or in the animal education industry.

After completing this programme, you can continue to build on your knowledge and skills in this area with the New Zealand Certificate in Animal Management Captive Wildlife Strand Level 4, or the New Zealand Certificate in Animal Technology with strands in Rural Animal Technician and Veterinary Nursing Assistant Level 5.

To apply for this programme please complete:

  • an Admission and Enrolment form and
  • New Zealand Certificate in Animal Management Application Pack

Academic requirements
  • 36 NCEA credits at level 2 including 12 credits in English at Level 2 and 12 credits of a relevant science (biology, chemistry or physics) at Level 1.

    Or

    New Zealand Certificate in Animal Care Level 3 [Ref: 2487]

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
    • Practical requirements: Due to the practical nature of the programme, students must be able to carry out physical activities within the Animal Room and work placement to fulfil the requirements of the programme.
    • Referee reports: Provide two referee reports, one a character reference and one outlining experience working with animals.
    • Interview: Applicants who meet academic entry may be required to attend an interview.
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: Students who have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

Applicants who meet the requirements for admission are accepted in the order their applications are received.

If this programme is oversubscribed and you meet academic entry requirements, you may be required to attend an interview.

  • English
  • Biology/ Anatomy
Academic 5.5 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

New-Zealand-Certificate-in-Animal-Technology-Level-5-with-Veterinary-Nursing-Assistant-Strand.xml [a-z: Animal science,Veterinary nursing] [keywords: ] [subject: Animal_science]
928 263426 905 1074 New Zealand Certificate in Animal Technology (Level 5) with Veterinary Nursing Assistant Strand NZ2490 Science & Primary Industries 2 Animal_Science Certificate 4 5 120 0 Weeks Full time - 1 year, part time available 30 October - late applications may be considered 30 October for February start February Christchurch - Madras Street $5,900 -$6,250 $19,000

Gain the skills and knowledge needed to be an effective part of the veterinary team, assisting veterinarians and veterinary nurses in clinical practice.

This programme focuses on the experience and knowledge needed to work in the exciting and rewarding animal health sector. You'll participate in small group tutorials, full class discussions and workshops.

You'll also undertake work placements at animal facilities and veterinary clinics, giving you a variety of hands-on experience. Your tutors will help you make the most of the opportunities available while assisting you to develop your communication skills.

As a graduate of this programme you will have the skills to competently manage the day-to-day care of animals in a variety of situations such as kennels and catteries, rescue centres and pet sitting facilities. Depending on your interests, you could also find employment as an animal welfare worker, pet sitter, pet shop assistant, pet supplies sales representative or in the animal education industry.

Upon completing this programme, graduates are able to apply for the New Zealand Diploma in Veterinary Nursing. Graduates may also be able to receive credits from the Rural Animal Technician strand of the New Zealand Certificate in Animal Technology.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an application form
  • provide two referee reports
  • provide a current CV

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • 60 NCEA credits at level 2 including:

    • a minimum of 12 NCEA credits in English at level 2 and;
    • a minimum of 12 NCEA credits in Maths at level 1 and;
    • a minimum of 12 credits of relevant Science at level 1.

    Or New Zealand Certificate in Animal Care (Level 3).

    Or New Zealand Certificate in Animal Management (Level 4) with Companion Animal Strand.

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
    • Curriculum Vitae: Applicants are to provide a recent curriculum vitae demonstrating previous experience of working with animals and with contact details for two referees.
    • Referee reports: Provide two referee reports:
      • one demonstrating previous experience working with animals including a minimum of 3 days observing in a veterinary clinic.
      • one demonstrating an aptitude for working with the public - a reference from an employer where the student has worked with the public (e.g. retail) or a reference from a teacher attesting to social skills.
    • Interview: Applicants who meet academic entry will be required to attend an interview.
    • Practical requirements: Due to the practical nature of the programme, students must be able to carry out physical activities within the Animal Room and work placement to fulfil the requirements of the programme. Students must also have no objection to working with animals, dissection of animal body parts, body fluids and cadavers.
    • Consent to Disclosure of Information Changes to government legislation may require police vetting for registration as a veterinary nurse after qualification. If you consider that this may be an issue we recommend you discuss it with a course tutor prior to entry. You can view the New Zealand Police Vetting Service (NZPVS) Request and Consent Form and see further information on the NZ Police Vetting Service on the New Zealand Police website.
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note : Students who have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

All applicants must meet academic entry criteria. They are then ranked and preference given based on their application and interview.

  • Biology
  • Physiology
  • Chemistry
  • English writing
  • Mathematics
Academic 6.0 6.5 6.5 6.0 6.0

New-Zealand-Certificate-in-Business-Administration-and-Technology-Level-3.xml [a-z: Business administration,Receptionist] [keywords: ] [subject: Business_administration]
1003 294559 994 1149 New Zealand Certificate in Business (Administration and Technology) (Level 3) NZ2452 Business 7 Business_administration Certificate 4 3 60 0 Weeks Full time - 17 weeks, part time also available Received all year 22 January for February start; 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street Campus, Timaru*, Ashburton*, Oamaru* (*subject to student numbers) $3,100 -$3,250 or $517.00 per course Please enquire Advised on enrolment

Become a competent business administrator. On this programme you'll learn how to provide administrative and general office services to support everyday operational activities.

Specifically you'll also learn how to perform financial calculations, process data, produce information for business purposes, communicate effectively with stakeholders and work co-operatively within a team to achieve objectives. Other areas covered include selecting and applying customer service techniques, applying effective problem solving, decision making, ethical behaviour and self-management.

With this qualification you'll possess the skills and knowledge to work in a wide range of supervised general office administration roles in a variety of sectors. Roles may include: receptionist, data entry operator, front line customer service roles, call or contact centre operator, secretary, office support worker.

You can pathway from this qualification to the New Zealand Certificate in Business (Administration and Technology) Level 4, or add to your business skills and expertise with a New Zealand Certificate in Business specialising in other areas, such as Accounting Support Services, First Line Management, Small Business, Team Leadership or Project Management.

Alternatively, you could pathway into relevant industry certifications or other level 3 and level 4 qualifications.

To apply for this programme, please:

  • Complete an application form

If you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience, talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • This programme has open entry.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: Students who have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

Applicants who meet the requirements for admission are accepted into the programme in the order their applications are received.

  • English
  • Mathematics
Academic 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

New-Zealand-Certificate-in-Business-Administration-and-Technology-Level-4.xml [a-z: Business administration,Receptionist] [keywords: ] [subject: Business_administration]
1024 294605 1003 1168 New Zealand Certificate in Business (Administration and Technology) (Level 4) NZ2461 Business 7 Business_administration Certificate 4 4 60 0 Weeks Full time - 17 weeks, part time available Received all year Please enquire February, July Christchurch - Madras Street Campus, Timaru*, Ashburton*, Oamaru* (*subject to student numbers) $3,100 - $ 3,600 $9,200 Advised on enrolment

Take a leading role in office administration. The skills you gain on this programme will enable you to provide administrative services to meet the needs of a business entity.

You'll learn how to perform financial calculations, process data, produce information for business purposes, maintain administrative systems and processes, and make recommendations for improvements. You'll also learn how to communicate effectively with stakeholders, work collaboratively to contribute to the achievement of team objectives, select and apply customer service techniques, comply with policies and legislation, and consistently meet expectations.

This qualification will give you the skills and knowledge to work in a wide range of general office administration roles in a variety of sectors, under broad guidance. These may include: a sole-charge role in a small business entity, senior receptionist, customer relationship roles, personal assistant or secretary, lead administrator, front line customer service, call or contact centre operator, office support worker, web administrator or service desk co-ordinator.

You can add to your business skills and expertise with a New Zealand Certificate in Business specialising in other areas (such as accounting support services, first line management, project management or small business) or by studying the New Zealand Diploma in Business (with strands in accounting, administration and technology, leadership and management, and project management.

To apply for this programme, please:

  • Complete an application form

If you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience, talk to us about recognition or assessment of your prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • 40 credits NCEA Level 1, including 10 literacy credits and 10 numeracy credits
    or
    New Zealand Certificate in Business (Administration and Technology) (Level 3).

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: Students who have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

Applicants who meet the requirements for admission are accepted into the programme in the order their applications are received.

  • English
  • Mathematics
Academic 5.5 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

New-Zealand-Certificate-in-Business-Administration-and-Technology-YG-.xml [a-z: ] [keywords: ] [subject: Youth_business_studies,Youth_Business_Retail]
1087 304721 1056 1231 New Zealand Certificate in Business (Administration and Technology) (YG) Business Administration and Technology NZ2452 Business Certificate 4 3 60 0 Weeks Full time - 6 months Received all year February Christchurch - City campus, Ashburton and Timaru Please Enquire

Youth Guarantee programmes are a great way to learn practical skills and gain a qualification. You can apply for these options if you're 16 to 19 years of age and no longer at school, or if you're planning on leaving school.

If you're good with people, organised and you want to work in an office environment, challenge yourself with this qualification.

Become a competent business administrator. On this programme you'll learn how to provide administrative and general office services to support everyday operational activities.

With this qualification you'll possess the skills and knowledge to work in a wide range of supervised general office administration roles in a variety of sectors. Roles may include: receptionist, data entry operator, front line customer service roles, call or contact centre operator, secretary, office support worker.

You can pathway from this qualification to the New Zealand Certificate in Business (Administration and Technology) Level 4.

To apply for this programme complete:

  • A youth guarantee application form
Academic requirements
  • 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.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English isn't your first language, you may be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. Refer to the Acceptable Alternatives Chart or contact us for an assessment.


New-Zealand-Certificate-in-Business-Introduction-to-Small-Business.xml [a-z: Business,Online business studies] [keywords: ] [subject: Business,Online_business_studies]
1157 374660 1137 1301 New Zealand Certificate in Business (Introduction to Small Business) NZ Certificate in Business (Introduction to Small Business) L3 NZ2454 Business 8 Business Certificate 4 3 60 0 Weeks Full time – 6 months, Part time available Received all year Please enquire July Online Please enquire Please enquire Advised on enrolment

Gain the skills and knowledge needed to establish and operate a successful small business.

This qualification, studied online, will equip you with the knowledge needed to establish a small business. It covers identifying relevant business opportunities; assessing the feasibility, viability and requirements of a small business; how to produce a plan for establishing a small business, and how to evaluate technology options to effectively operate a small business. You'll also learn about legislation relating to small businesses, and gain communication and people skills for building effective relationships with stakeholders.

After completing this programme, you'll have the knowledge and skills needed to confidently and competently establish your own small business.

Further related study options at Ara include the New Zealand Certificate in Business (Small Business) Level 4, the New Zealand Certificate in Business (First Line Management) Level 4, or the New Zealand Certificate in Business (Administration and Technology) Level 4.

To apply for this programme complete:

  • An Admission and Enrolment form
Academic requirements
  • This programme has open entry.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note : Students who have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • Maths
  • English
  • Business Studies
Academic 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

New-Zealand-Certificate-in-Business-Introduction-to-Team-Leadership-Level-3-.xml [a-z: Online business studies] [keywords: ] [subject: Online_business_studies]
1046 294632 1025 1190 New Zealand Certificate in Business (Introduction to Team Leadership) (Level 3) NZ2453 Business 45 Online_business_studies Certificate 4 3 48 16 Weeks Full time - 16 weeks, part time available Received all year Please enquire Throughout the year Online (blended options may be available, please enquire) $500 - $600

Lead teams to perform effectively and achieve business objectives

If you've recently been appointed to a team leadership role, or you have the potential to lead a team, this programme will equip you with valuable skills you can use in any business or organisation.

It looks at various leadership styles and the principles for effective team performance.

You'll learn how to communicate effectively with stakeholders, work co-operatively within a team, respond positively to diversity, develop objectives for a team and contribute to achieving those objectives.

You'll also learn about effective problem solving and decision making for business purposes, and complying with internal policies, legislation and other external requirements of business entities.

With this qualification you'll possess the skills and knowledge to fulfil team leadership roles in any kind of business, and be able to contribute to the effective performance of your team.

You can add to your business skills and expertise with the New Zealand Certificate in Business (Small Business) (Level 4), the New Zealand Certificate in Business (First Line Management) (Level 4), or the New Zealand Certificate in Business (Administration and Technology) (Level 4).

To apply for this programme, please:

  • Complete an application form

If you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience, talk to us about recognition or assessment of your prior learning.

Academic requirements
  • This programme has open entry.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note : Students who have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • IELTS 5.0 Academic (no lower than 5.0 in speaking, 5.0
  • English
  • Mathematics
Academic 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

New-Zealand-Certificate-in-Carpentry.xml [a-z: Carpentry,Building,Construction,Trades,House building,Pasifika Trades Training,Timber construction] [keywords: ] [subject: Construction_trades]
1152 366806 1132 1296 New Zealand Certificate in Carpentry New Zealand Certificate in Carpentry NZ2738 Trades 57 Trades Certificate 4 4 320 0 Weeks Part time - 4 years Received all year Please enquire January Christchurch - Ensors Road and Timaru $750 - $850 per course Please Enquire Advised on enrolment

This qualification is for those working as carpenters, and for those wishing to work as carpenters, in the construction industry.

The qualification is designed to provide the building and construction industry with trained people who have achieved the practical skills and knowledge required to construct, repair and install building structures to the level required of a commercially competent carpenter.

This qualification supports the knowledge and skill requirements of the Carpentry class of the Licensed Building Practitioner (LBP) scheme.

People undertaking this qualification may:

  • Be a school leaver
  • Have attained the Construction and Infrastructure Vocational Pathway for NCEA level 2
  • Be a graduate of a pre-apprenticeship qualification in a building and construction field
  • Have a background in an area related to the building and construction sector.

Graduates of this qualification may choose to continue their education with the following:

  • New Zealand Certificate in Construction Related Trades (Supervisor) (Level 4)
  • New Zealand Certificate in Construction Related Trades (Main Contract Supervision) (Level 5)
  • New Zealand Diploma in Construction Management (Level 6) with strands in Construction Management and Quantity Surveying
Academic requirements
  • 40 credits NCEA Level 1, including 10 literacy credits and 10 numeracy credits, OR New Zealand Certificate in Construction Trade Skills (Level 3) Carpentry strand

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Ara literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • To successfully complete this programme of study, candidates must be employed in the Carpentry industry at time of study.

    Candidates must enter into a 3-way training agreement between the candidate, employer and Ara.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    • Note: IELTS scores used must be taken from a single IELTS Test Report Form and are valid for two years from the date of the test. Students who have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements are not required to provide evidence of English language skills.

Applications will be processed in the order that they are received.

  • English
  • Maths
  • Physics
Academic 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

New-Zealand-Certificate-in-Computing-Intermediate-User.xml [a-z: Computing and ICT,Foundation studies] [keywords: ] [subject: Foundation_studies,Information_and_communication_technologies (ICT),Computing_for_free]
1055 372789 1034 1199 New Zealand Certificate in Computing (Intermediate User) New Zealand Certificate in Computing (Intermediate User) NZ2592 Computing 59 Computing_courses Certificate 4 3 60 0 Weeks Self-paced (up to three years) or full time Received all year Throughout the year Christchurch - Madras Street, Bishopdale, Hornby, New Brighton, Rangiora and Timaru Free

Gain computing skills for a wide range of employment opportunities

This course explores a wide range of features, functions and settings of common digital devices and software to search, combine and manipulate data to create, access, organise, present and store information and data. You'll learn how to investigate, plan, design and create solutions to meet the requirements of a specified brief; effectively collaborate with others in a digital environment; use a variety of digital devices to transfer data across multiple platforms; fix a range of common hardware and software problems; and consistently apply appropriate ethics, standards, principles and practices to comply with legal and organisational requirements.

The skills and knowledge you'll gain from this course can be applied in almost any workplace and especially in the areas of office administration, banking, call centres and data entry.

This qualification provides a good foundation for further study, including certificates, diplomas and degrees in a number of commerce and computing fields.

To enrol in this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form

Drop into your chosen campus location. Please remember to take your passport or birth certificate with you so we can enrol you straight away.

Academic requirements
  • This programme has open entry.
Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
  • Due to Immigration New Zealand visa requirements international students are ineligible to enrol in this national certificate.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note : Students who have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Computing/ICT
Academic 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

New-Zealand-Certificate-in-Construction-Related-Trades-Supervisor.xml [a-z: Carpentry,Building,Construction,Trades,Timber construction,House building,Pasifika Trades Training] [keywords: ] [subject: Construction_trades]
1162 367102 1142 1306 New Zealand Certificate in Construction Related Trades (Supervisor) New Zealand Certificate in Construction Related Trades (Supervisor) NZ2381 Trades 15 Construction_management 57 Trades Certificate 4 4 58 0 Weeks Part time – 1 year, 1 evening per week Received all year Please enquire February Christchurch - Ensors Road Advised on enrolment

Take a leading role in construction by gaining the skills and knowledge required to act as a supervisor.

You'll develop the expertise to supervise small teams on building sites, including sub-contractors, and to manage projects in a timely way. You'll also learn about drawings and specifications, employment relationships, interpersonal conflict, site safety plans and written communication.

By the end of the programme you will be adept at:

  • communicating effectively with site staff
  • applying health and safety principles on site
  • supervising building and administration processes
  • applying conflict resolution strategies

This programme is delivered at Ara to people employed in the industry Completion of this qualification gives you the skills to take on more responsibility on construction projects. You could become a site supervisor or site foreman or even set up your own business.

For further study you could consider the New Zealand Diploma in Construction.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form
Academic requirements
  • Level 3 or 4 qualification from the planning and construction related subfields, or be able to demonstrate equivalent knowledge and skills.

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. ARA literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: Students who have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

Applications will be processed in the order that they are received. In the event that there are more applications than spaces available on the programme, a waitlist will be maintained.

Academic 6.0 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

New-Zealand-Certificate-in-Construction-Trade-Skills-Allied-Trades-strand-Painting-and-Decorating.xml [a-z: Painting and decorating] [keywords: ] [subject: Painting_decorating_and_plasterboard]
1154 373736 1134 1298 New Zealand Certificate in Construction Trade Skills Allied Trades strand (Painting and Decorating) New Zealand Certificate in Construction Trade Skills Level 3 – Painting and Decorating NZ2834 Trades 57 Trades Certificate 4 3 60 0 Weeks Full time – 6 months Received all year Please enquire February, July Christchurch - Ensors Road, Timaru $1,650 - $2,500 Please enquire Please enquire

Gain the fundamental skills needed to start a career in painting and decorating.

On this programme you'll learn about the correct use of painting and decorating materials, simple measuring and quality techniques, industrial safety, scaffolding, surface preparation, and application techniques including brushing, rolling, spraying and wallpapering. Please note: in order to undertake this programme you must be physically able to work safely in an industry-related work environment.

With this qualification you can gain employment as a brush hand, working under supervision. You can also gain an apprenticeship and complete further training to become a fully qualified tradesperson. Other opportunities include working in home decorating and hardware retail environments.

You can add to your skills with the Level 4 National Certificate in Painting and Decorating.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form
Academic requirements
  • This programme has open entry. English Language requirements may apply.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: IELTS scores used must be taken from a single IELTS Test Report Form and are valid for two years from the date of the test. Students who have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

Applications will be processed in the order that they are received. In the event that there are more applications than places available, a waiting list will be maintained.

Academic 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

New-Zealand-Certificate-in-Construction-Trade-Skills-Allied-Trades-strand-Plasterboard.xml [a-z: Painting and decorating] [keywords: ] [subject: Painting_decorating_and_plasterboard]
1196 377823 1175 1340 New Zealand Certificate in Construction Trade Skills Allied Trades strand (Plasterboard) NZ2834 Trades 57 Trades Certificate 4 3 60 0 Weeks Full time – 20 weeks Received all year Please enquire February, July Christchurch - Ensors Road $1,650 - $2,500 Please enquire Please enquire

Start your career in the construction industry with sought-after plasterboard skills.

This programme will prepare you to work as an assistant to a plasterboard fixer or finisher. Skills you'll gain include: installing and stopping plasterboard; reading plans; identification and ordering of materials such as stopping and finishing compounds; exposure to suspended ceiling installation and partitioning construction; working as a team, and work based communication skills.

You'll also gain first aid and Site Safe certification, and you'll work on several full size projects to enhance your skills in a work realistic environment.

Once you've completed this qualification you'll have the skills needed to start your career as an assistant or apprentice. With experience you can progress to a leading hand, or become self-employed.

You can continue to develop your skills with an apprenticeship or the National Certificate in Interior Systems.

Please complete

  • an Admission and Enrolment form
Academic requirements
  • This programme has open entry. English Language requirements may apply - see below.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment. For acceptable alternatives refer to the English Proficiency Outcomes Chart.

    Note: IELTS scores used must be taken from a single IELTS Test Report Form and are valid for two years from the date of the test. Students who have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

Applications will be processed in the order that they are received. In the event that there are more applications than places available, a waiting list will be maintained.

  • English
  • Math
  • Design
  • Technology
  • Woodwork
General 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

New-Zealand-Certificate-in-Construction-Trade-Skills-Carpentry-strand.xml [a-z: Trades,Carpentry] [keywords: ] [subject: Construction_trades]
1155 364053 1135 1299 New Zealand Certificate in Construction Trade Skills Carpentry strand New Zealand Certificate in Construction Trade Skills Level 3 – Carpentry NZ2834 Trades 57 Trades Certificate 4 3 120 0 Weeks Full time – 1 year Received all year Please enquire February, July Christchurch - Ensors Road, Timaru $1,650 - $2,500 Please enquire Advised on enrolment

Gain in-demand carpentry skills and apply your learning in the real world with regular work experience on actual construction projects.

This programme will equip you with a wide range of practical skills as well as an understanding of carpentry theory, calculations, quantities, drawing, communication skills and related studies. You'll also learn about tools, machines and timber, plus the construction of single and two storey residential buildings and light commercial buildings.

In order to undertake this programme you must be physically able to work safely in an industry-related work environment.

Starting an apprenticeship is the ideal path to securing a future in the construction industry where you will undertake practical and theory tasks to gain the full trade qualification.

Many qualified carpenters choose to work as a leading hand, a foreman, a construction manager, a project manager within a company structure as well as work as a sole trader and/or contractor.

This programme can lead to the New Zealand Certificate in Carpentry Level 4 apprenticeship.

To apply for this course please complete:

  • An application form
Academic requirements
  • This programme has open entry.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you are also required to provide evidence of your English language skills or credits in English rich subjects from New Zealand educational institutions. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

Applications will be processed in the order that they are received. In the event that there are more applications than places available, a waiting list will be maintained.

  • English
  • Technology
  • Maths
  • Woodwork
  • Design
General 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

New-Zealand-Certificate-in-Construction-Trade-Skills-Joinery-strand-.xml [a-z: Construction,Trades,Timber construction,Furniture and joinery,House building,Pasifika Trades Training] [keywords: ] [subject: Joinery_and_furniture_making]
1156 366347 1136 1300 New Zealand Certificate in Construction Trade Skills Joinery strand New Zealand Certificate in Construction Trade Skills Level 3 – Joinery NZ2834 Trades 57 Trades Certificate 4 3 90 0 Weeks Full time – 9 months Received all year Please enquire February, May, July Christchurch $1,650 - $2,500 Please enquire Advised on enrolment

Develop the key skills needed for employment or a traineeship.

On this programme you'll learn basic joinery skills such as using tools and fixed machinery, selection and properties of materials including timbers, fixings, adhesives and sealants and how to produce internal architecture and fixed objects within buildings. You'll also gain an understanding of the theory, calculations and documentation skills needed in this industry, and be ready to start a traineeship.

This pretrade qualification will enable you to carry out supervised work in the industry, and help you along the pathway toward full trade qualification. As a graduate of this programme, you can seek work within an established workshop, with a view to gaining an apprenticeship.

Following successful completion of this programme you can pathway into the New Zealand Certificate in Joinery Level 4.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form
Academic requirements
  • The programme has open entry but English language requirements apply.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: Students who have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

Applications for study will be processed in the order that they are received.

  • English
  • Technology
  • Maths
  • Woodwork
  • Design
Academic 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

New-Zealand-Certificate-in-Cookery-Level-3.xml [a-z: ] [keywords: ] [subject: ]
832 222836 810 978 New Zealand Certificate in Cookery (Level 3) NZ2100 Hospitality and Service Industries Certificate 4 3 60 0 Weeks Full time - six months Received all year February, July Madras Street campus $3,485 - $3,700 Free for 15 to 19 year olds $19,650

This is a CTC and Youth Guarantee programme only.

Leads to the award of the New Zealand Certificate in Cookery (Level 3).

Over the course of this six-month programme you'll become skilled in a variety of tasks that will enable you to prepare basic dishes confidently and competently. You'll learn fundamental cooking skills and gain an understanding of food safety and health and safety in kitchen environments.

With this qualification you can work as a junior chef creating basic dishes in cafes, restaurants and other food outlets.

You can follow this qualification with the New Zealand Certificate in Cookery (Level 4).

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

If you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • This programme has open entry, but English language requirements apply.
Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    • IELTS 5.0 Academic (no lower than 5.0 in any subtest). For acceptable alternatives refer to the English Proficiency Outcomes Chart.
      Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

Applicants who meet the requirements for admission are accepted into the programme in the order their applications are received.

  • English
  • Maths
  • Food technology

New-Zealand-Certificate-in-Cookery-Level-4.xml [a-z: Cookery,Food,Professional cookery,Chef Training] [keywords: ] [subject: Chef_training]
833 222837 811 979 New Zealand Certificate in Cookery (Level 4) NZ2101 Hospitality and Service Industries 10 Chef_Training Certificate 4 4 120 0 Weeks Full time - 1 year Received all year 19 December for January start; 13 January for February start; 23 June for July start February (Christchurch and Timaru), July (Christchurch only) Christchurch - Madras Street and Timaru $6,750 - $7,400 $19,630 $1000 Approximately for uniforms, knives, and textbook

This programme covers the skills required to create a wide range of complex dishes from hot meals and desserts to pastries.

You'll learn about preparation and presentation techniques, food safety, health and safety, operating policies of commercial kitchens and communication practices between colleagues, managers and customers.

This qualification will give you the skills to work as an intermediate-level chef in a professional kitchen.

Graduates with this qualification can progress to the New Zealand Diploma in Cookery (Advanced) (Level 5) with strands in Cookery and Patisserie.

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning.

Academic requirements
  • 12 credits NCEA English Level 1 or New Zealand Certificate in Cookery (Level 3).

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

Applicants who meet the requirements for admission are accepted into the programme in the order their applications are received.

  • English
  • Maths
  • Food technology
Academic 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

New-Zealand-Certificate-in-Creativity.xml [a-z: Art,Design] [keywords: ] [subject: Design]
1133 360107 1113 1277 New Zealand Certificate in Creativity New Zealand Certificate in Creativity NZ2869 Creative Industries 4 Art_and_design Certificate 4 4 60 0 Weeks Full time - six months, part time available Received all year Please enquire February, July Christchurch - Madras Street, Timaru $2940 - $3100 $10,430 Advised before enrolment

This programme provides an introduction to creative thinking.

It will prepare you for further tertiary study and give you transferable skills necessary across many industries. You'll be given opportunities to develop strategies in idea generation, problem solving, and visual and oral communication. You'll also be introduced to a variety of digital, visual, interactive and hand-rendered media as tools to communicate creative ideas and solutions to problems.

This programme is intended as a pathway to higher level study.

This qualification provides a pathway to higher level diploma or degree-level study in creative subjects.

Please complete:

  • An application and enrolment form
Academic requirements
  • 10 NCEA Level 1 Literacy credits.

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • Applicants are required to submit a portfolio or other evidence to demonstrate their creative work.

    Applicants may be required to attend an interview.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English Language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident , contact us for an assessment.

If the programme is oversubscribed applicants will be ranked based on their portfolio and interview

  • Design
  • Photography
  • Art
  • Graphics
  • English
Academic 5.5 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

New-Zealand-Certificate-in-Digital-Media-and-Design.xml [a-z: Art,Design] [keywords: ] [subject: Design]
1122 360108 1102 1266 New Zealand Certificate in Digital Media and Design New Zealand Certificate in Digital Media & Design NZ2629 Creative Industries 4 Art_and_design Certificate 4 4 60 0 Weeks Full time - 6 months, part time available Received all year Please enquire July Christchurch - Madras Street, Timaru $2940 - $3100 $10,430 Advised before enrolment

This programme is designed to give you experience in producing creative and effective outcomes using current digital technology.

You'll learn how to apply creative theory to practical, real-world projects. You'll also be given the opportunity to explore your own cultural and personal interests through research and practical application in design and creative contexts.

This programme is intended as a pathway to higher level study.

This qualification provides a pathway into further tertiary study at diploma or degree level in the fields of design, media and art.

Please complete:

  • An application and enrolment form
Academic requirements
  • 10 NCEA Level 1 literacy credits.

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study , work and/or life experience . Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available .

Additional requirements
  • Applicants are required to submit a portfolio or other evidence to demonstrate their creative work.

    Applicants may be required to attend an interview

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English Language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment .

If the programme is oversubscribed applicants will be ranked based on their portfolio and interview

  • Design
  • Photography
  • Art
  • Graphics
  • English
Academic 5.5 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

New-Zealand-Certificate-in-Electrical-Engineering-Theory-and-Practice-Trade-Level-4.xml [a-z: ] [keywords: ] [subject: ]
1197 1176 1341 New Zealand Certificate in Electrical Engineering Theory and Practice (Trade) (Level 4) NZ2388 Trades Certificate 4 4 250 4 Years
Academic requirements
Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements

New-Zealand-Certificate-in-Electrical-Engineering-Theory.xml [a-z: Electrician] [keywords: ] [subject: Electrical_trades]
1120 366092 1100 1264 New Zealand Certificate in Electrical Engineering Theory New Zealand Certificate in Electrical Engineering (Theory) Level 3 NZ2387 Trades 57 Trades Certificate 4 3 120 0 Weeks Full time – 42 weeks Received all year Please enquire January, July Christchurch - Ensors Road $2,760 - $3,500 $19,630 Advised on enrolment

Gain a foundation of knowledge towards a career in electrical engineering.

If you wish to enter the electrical industry but you don't yet have an electrical apprenticeship agreement, this programme will provide you with pre-entry foundation knowledge of electrical engineering.

You'll learn about the electrical industry with an introduction to safe electrical installation practices, testing, commissioning and servicing of electrical installations and equipment. You'll also learn about fault diagnosis and testing techniques of electrical systems and equipment, and about the installation and maintenance of electrical machines and electrical in special electrical situations.

Electricians install, maintain and repair electrical systems and equipment. The chances of getting a job as an electrician are good due to the construction boom and a shortage of suitable workers.

Following this programme, your study options include the New Zealand Certificate in Electrical Engineering Theory and Practice (Trade) Level 4, the New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Electrical) or the Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Electrical).

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form
Academic requirements
  • Candidates must have achieved the New Zealand Certificate in Educational Achievement (Level 1) in Mathematics, English, and Physics or General Science, or equivalent qualifications before starting programmes leading to the qualification.

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Ara literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: Students who have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills

Applications will be processed in the order that they are received. In the event that there are more applications than spaces available on the programme, a waitlist will be maintained.

  • English
  • Maths
  • Physics
  • General Science
Academic 6.0 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

New-Zealand-Certificate-in-Engineering-Fabrication-Level-4.xml [a-z: Engineering trades] [keywords: ] [subject: Engineering_trades]
1112 373554 1092 1256 New Zealand Certificate in Engineering Fabrication (Level 4) New Zealand Certificate in Engineering Fabrication (Trade) Level 4 NZ2719 Trades 57 Trades Certificate 4 4 270 0 Weeks Part time – 4 years Received all year Please enquire Throughout the year Christchurch - Ensors Road No delivery yet Please enquire

Increase your skills and expertise in engineering fabrication.

This programme enables you to focus on one of three specific areas of engineering fabrication: heavy fabrication, light fabrication or steel construction.

In addition to learning specific skills in your chosen area, you'll also learn: how to interpret drawings and/or specifications; how to select and use the appropriate fabrication materials, tools and equipment to create industry-standard projects; how to apply knowledge of welding at an industry standard in a commercial environment; and about health and safety and workplace safety culture.

Please note: In order to undertake this programme you must be physically able to work safely in an industry-related work environment. You must also be working in the industry, as you will enter into a training agreement with your employer and Ara.

With this qualification you'll be able to work independently as an engineering fabrication tradesperson in your chosen discipline within the fabrication or construction industries.

Further study options include the New Zealand Certificate in Mechanical Engineering (Advanced) (Level 5).

To apply for this programme please:

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form
Academic requirements
  • 40 credits NCEA Level 1, including 10 literacy credits and 10 numeracy credits,

    OR

    Candidates may have completed the New Zealand Certificate in Mechanical Engineering (Level 3)

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Ara literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • To successfully complete this programme of study, candidates must be employed in the mechanical engineering industry at time of study. Candidates must enter into a three-way training agreement between the candidate, employer and Ara.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills.

    If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    For acceptable alternatives refer to the English Proficiency Outcomes Chart. Note: IELTS scores used must be taken from a single IELTS Test Report Form and are valid for two years from the date of the test. Students who have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements are not required to provide evidence of English language skills.

Applications will be processed in the order that they are received.

  • English
  • Maths
Academic 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

New-Zealand-Certificate-in-English-Language-Foundation-Level-1.xml [a-z: English] [keywords: ] [subject: English_language]
767 185875 734 913 New Zealand Certificate in English Language (Foundation) (Level 1) NZ1879 Humanities 60 English_language Certificate 4 1 60 0 Weeks Full time - six months; part time available Received all year 13 January for February start; 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street and Timaru $1,300 - $1,500 $ 9,270

The New Zealand Certificates in English comprise of six English language programmes from foundation beginner through to advanced level.

These programmes give you the language skills and knowledge useful for living and working in New Zealand.

The Foundation Level 1 programme enables learners to communicate with support in very basic, familiar and everyday situations.

This programme is full time 6 months and consists of 18 weeks of intensive learning.

Successful completion of this programme will give you the confidence to communicate effectively in the English language. From level 3 upwards, you may choose to study a workplace or professional qualifier, which may be used as evidence of English language level when seeking employment.

This certificate leads to further study at the next level.

Once you complete the certificate at level 3 or above you may meet the language requirements for other programmes of study.

To apply for this programme please:

  • Complete an Admission and Enrolment Form and
  • Provide evidence of previous English language level assessment.

For more information contact the English Language Administrator.

Academic requirements
  • This programme has open entry.
Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • There is no specific English language entry requirement as English level will be assessed through placement testing. Applicants who present current and valid evidence of previous English language study will have this taken into account in placement decisions. Examples of current, valid evidence includes completed the New Zealand Certificates in English Language, English language achievement and unit standards, and recognised international English exams.

When you apply, we will invite you to sit a placement test. Then we will offer you a place in a class at the correct language level for you.

The placement test covers listening, speaking, reading and writing, grammar and vocabulary. This also helps your teacher plan your class to help you with your language learning needs


New-Zealand-Certificate-in-English-Language-GeneralAcademic-Level-3.xml [a-z: English] [keywords: ] [subject: English_language]
770 185878 737 916 New Zealand Certificate in English Language (General/Academic) (Level 3) NZ1882 Humanities 60 English_language Certificate 4 3 60 0 Weeks Full time - six months Received all year 13 January for February start; 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street and Timaru $1,400 - $1,600 $ 9,270

The New Zealand Certificates in English comprise of six English language programmes from foundation beginner through to advanced level.

These programmes give you the language skills and knowledge useful for living and working in New Zealand.

This programme enables you to communicate with some independence and fluency in academic English, workplace or everyday/social/community English language contexts.

This programme is full time 6 months and consists of 18 weeks of intensive learning.

Successful completion of this programme will give you the confidence to communicate effectively in the English language.

From level 3 upwards, you may choose to study a workplace or professional qualifier, which may be used as evidence of English language level when seeking employment.

This certificate leads to further study at level 4.

Once you complete this certificate you may meet the language requirements for other programmes of study.

To apply for this programme please:

  • Complete an Admission and Enrolment Form and
  • Provide evidence of previous English language level assessment.

For more information please contact the English Language Administrator.

Academic requirements
  • This programme has open entry.
Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • There is no specific English language entry requirement as English level will be assessed through placement testing. Applicants who present current and valid evidence of previous English language study will have this taken into account in placement decisions. Examples of current, valid evidence includes completed the New Zealand Certificates in English Language, English language achievement and unit standards, and recognised international English exams.

When you apply, we will invite you to sit a placement test. Then we will offer you a place in a class at the correct language level for you.

The placement test covers listening, speaking, reading and writing, grammar and vocabulary. This also helps your teacher plan your class to help you with your language learning needs.


New-Zealand-Certificate-in-English-Language-GeneralAcademic-Level-4.xml [a-z: English] [keywords: ] [subject: English_language]
771 185879 738 917 New Zealand Certificate in English Language (General/Academic) (Level 4) NZ1883 Humanities 60 English_language Certificate 4 4 60 0 Weeks Full time - six months Received all year 13 January for February start; 23 June for July start; 25 August for September start February, July, September Christchurch - Madras Street and Timaru $1,400 - $1,600 $ 9,270

The New Zealand Certificates in English comprise of six English language programmes from foundation beginner through to advanced level.

These programmes give you the language skills and knowledge useful for living and working in New Zealand.

This programme enables you to communicate independently and effectively in familiar and some unfamiliar situations, with fluency and flexibility in academic English, workplace or everyday/social/community English language contexts.

This programme is full time 6 months and consists of 18 weeks of intensive learning.

Successful completion of this programme will give you the confidence to communicate effectively in the English language.

Students may choose to study a workplace or professional qualifier, which may be used as evidence of English language level when seeking employment.

This certificate leads to further study at level 5.

Once you complete this certificate (or at level 3 or above) you may meet the language requirements for other programmes of study.

To apply for this programme please:

  • Complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form
  • Provide evidence of previous English language level assessment
  • Provide a copy of your current visa.

For more information please contact the English Language Administrator.

Academic requirements
  • This programme has open entry.
Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • There is no specific English language entry requirement as English level will be assessed through placement testing. Applicants who present current and valid evidence of previous English language study will have this taken into account in placement decisions. Examples of current, valid evidence includes completed the New Zealand Certificates in English Language, English language achievement and unit standards, and recognised international English exams.

When you apply, we will invite you to sit a placement test. Then we will offer you a place in a class at the correct language level for you.

The placement test covers listening, speaking, reading and writing, grammar and vocabulary. This also helps your teacher plan your class to help you with your language learning needs.


New-Zealand-Certificate-in-English-Language-Level-1.xml [a-z: English] [keywords: ] [subject: English_language]
768 185876 735 914 New Zealand Certificate in English Language (Level 1) NZ1880 Humanities 60 English_language Certificate 4 1 60 0 Weeks Full time - six months; part time available Received all year 13 January for February start; 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street and Timaru $1,300 - $1,500 $ 9,270

The New Zealand Certificates in English comprise of six English language programmes from foundation beginner through to advanced level.

These programmes give you the language skills and knowledge useful for living and working in New Zealand.

This programme enables you to communicate with support in basic, familiar and everyday situations.

This programme is full time 6 months and consists of 18 weeks of intensive learning.

Successful completion of this programme will give you the confidence to communicate effectively in the English language. From level 3 upwards, you may choose to study a workplace or professional qualifier, which may be used as evidence of English language level when seeking employment.

This certificate leads to further study at level 2.

Once you complete the certificate at level 3 or above you may meet the language requirements for other programmes of study.

To apply for this programme please:

  • Complete an Admission and Enrolment form and
  • Provide evidence of previous English language level assessment.

For more information contact the English Language Administrator.

Academic requirements
  • This programme has open entry.
Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • There is no specific English language entry requirement as English level will be assessed through placement testing. Applicants who present current and valid evidence of previous English language study will have this taken into account in placement decisions. Examples of current, valid evidence includes completed the New Zealand Certificates in English Language, English language achievement and unit standards, and recognised international English exams.

When you apply, we will invite you to sit a placement test. Then we will offer you a place in a class at the correct language level for you.

The placement test covers listening, speaking, reading and writing, grammar and vocabulary. This also helps your teacher plan your class to help you with your language learning needs.


New-Zealand-Certificate-in-English-Language-Level-2.xml [a-z: English] [keywords: ] [subject: English_language]
769 185877 736 915 New Zealand Certificate in English Language (Level 2) NZ1881 Humanities 60 English_language Certificate 4 2 60 0 Weeks Full time - six months; part time available Received all year 13 January for February start; 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street and Timaru $1,300 - $1,500 $ 9,270

The New Zealand Certificates in English comprise of six English language programmes from foundation beginner through to advanced level.

These programmes give you the language skills and knowledge useful for living and working in New Zealand.

This programme enables you to communicate in basic, familiar and everyday situations.

This programme is full time 6 months and consists of 18 weeks of intensive learning.

Successful completion of this programme will give you the confidence to communicate effectively in the English language.

From level 3 upwards, you may choose to study a workplace or professional qualifier, which may be used as evidence of English language level when seeking employment.

This certificate leads to further study at level 3.

Once you complete the certificate at level 3 or above you may meet the language requirements for other programmes of study.

To apply for this programme please:

  • Complete an Admission and Enrolment Form and
  • Provide evidence of previous English language level assessment.

For more information please contact the English Language Administrator.

Academic requirements
  • This programme has open entry.
Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • There is no specific English language entry requirement as English level will be assessed through placement testing. Applicants who present current and valid evidence of previous English language study will have this taken into account in placement decisions. Examples of current, valid evidence includes completed the New Zealand Certificates in English Language, English language achievement and unit standards, and recognised international English exams.

When you apply, we will invite you to sit a placement test. Then we will offer you a place in a class at the correct language level for you.

The placement test covers listening, speaking, reading and writing, grammar and vocabulary. This also helps your teacher plan your class to help you with your language learning needs.


New-Zealand-Certificate-in-English-Language-ProfessionalAcademic-Level-5.xml [a-z: English] [keywords: ] [subject: English_language]
772 185880 739 918 New Zealand Certificate in English Language (Professional/Academic) (Level 5) NZ1884 Humanities 60 English_language Certificate 4 5 60 0 Weeks Full time - six months Received all year 13 January for February start; 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street $1,400 - $1,600 $ 9,270

The New Zealand Certificates in English comprise of six English language programmes from foundation beginner through to advanced level.

These programmes give you the language skills and knowledge useful for living and working in New Zealand.

This programme enables you to communicate independently and effectively in a wide range of familiar and unfamiliar situations, with fluency and flexibility in professional or academic English language contexts.

This programme is full time 6 months and consists of 18 weeks of intensive learning.

Successful completion of this programme will give you the confidence to communicate effectively in the English language.

From level 3 upwards, students may choose to study a workplace or professional qualifier, which may be used as evidence of English language level when seeking employment.

Completion of this certificate (or at level 3 or above) may meet the language requirements for other programmes of study.

To apply for this programme please:

  • Complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form
  • Provide evidence of previous English language level assessment
  • Provide a copy of your current visa.

For more information please contact the English Language Administrator.

Academic requirements
  • This programme has open entry.
Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • When you apply, we will invite you to sit a placement test. Then we will offer you a place in a class at the correct language level for you. The placement test covers listening, speaking, reading and writing, grammar and vocabulary. This also helps your teacher plan your class to help you with your language learning needs.

When you apply, we will invite you to sit a placement test. Then we will offer you a place in a class at the correct language level for you.

The placement test covers listening, speaking, reading and writing, grammar and vocabulary. This also helps your teacher plan your class to help you with your language learning needs.


New-Zealand-Certificate-in-Fashion.xml [a-z: Fashion technology and design,Sewing,Pattern making] [keywords: ] [subject: Fashion]
1159 366086 1139 1303 New Zealand Certificate in Fashion NZ Certificate in Fashion NZ2630 Creative Industries 23 Fashion Certificate 4 4 60 0 Weeks Full time - 17 weeks Received all year Please enquire February, July Christchurch - Madras Street Campus $3,300 – $3,600 $10,400 – $11,000 Per Semeter Advised on enrolment

This certificate is a great pathway to working in the fashion industry or to further study.

You will gain entry-level skills in pattern-making and garment construction. By working alongside our local industry we'll show you how the industry works and what goes on in a range of workplaces. We'll also introduce you to a range of textiles and the basic skills of fashion design.

At the end of the course you should be able to apply these skills in a garment production workshop, under the direction of a designer or production manager. You'll be ready to work in fashion retail, with an understanding of how garments are made and marketed, and you'll be able to make a range of basic garment types.

Our programme will set you up for fashion industry jobs such as an assistant patternmaker, garment technician, assistant machinist, cutter's assistant, retail merchandising, assistant or production assistant. It's also an ideal stepping stone to further study in this dynamic industry.

As a graduate of this certificate you'll have great basic technical skills. If you want to progress further down the path to becoming a production manager, a stylist, a fashion retailer, or an independent fashion designer, you may wish to advance to our degree programme, the Bachelor of Design (Fashion Technology and Design). If you have good results in the certificate, you can apply by submitting a portfolio workbook and written statement along with your degree application. Staff will advise you on how to put together a strong application.

To apply for this programme, please:

  • Complete an application form
Academic requirements
  • 40 credits NCEA Level 1, including 10 literacy credits and 10 numeracy credits

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
  • You are required to supply a 300 word statement expressing your interest in working within the Fashion Industry. You may also be required to attend an interview.

English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note :

    IELTS scores used must be taken from a single IELTS Test Report Form and are valid for two years from the date of the test.

    Students who have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements are not required to provide evidence of English language skills.

If the programme is oversubscribed applicants will be ranked based on all information provided.

Academic 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

New-Zealand-Certificate-in-Food-and-Beverage-Service-Level-3-with-Barista-and-Cafe-Service-Strands.xml [a-z: Hospitality,Café bar service,Barista] [keywords: ] [subject: Cafe_bar_service]
827 222376 805 973 New Zealand Certificate in Food and Beverage Service (Level 3) with Barista and Café Service Strands NZ2104 Hospitality and Service Industries 9 Café_bar_service Certificate 4 3 60 17 Weeks Full time - six months Received all year 19 December for January start; 23 June for July start February, July Christchurch - Madras Street and Timaru $3,300 - $3,700 $9,815

Learning in our campus café from tutors with extensive experience you'll acquire the skills to produce a range of bar and barista beverages to a high standard and provide informal table service.

You'll also gain an understanding of operating procedures in cafes, bars and restaurants and learn how to communicate effectively in these environments.

Note: You can concurrently enrol in both the Level 3 and Level 4 components of the New Zealand Certificate in Food and Beverage Service.

This programme is also offered for Youth Guarantee students. You can apply for these options if you're 16 to 19 years of age and no longer at school, or if you're planning on leaving school.

As a graduate of this programme you'll have the skills to provide barista and table service in licensed and unlicensed cafes, bars and restaurants.

Graduates may progress to:

  • New Zealand Certificate in Food and Beverage (Level 4) with strands in Restaurant Services and Quick Service Restaurant Services
  • New Zealand Certificate in Hospitality (Advanced)(Level 5) with strands in Accommodation, Food and Beverage Service, Catering Services and Quick Service Restaurants Services

To apply for this programme please :

  • complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Academic requirements
  • This programme has open entry.
Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note: If you have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements you are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

  • English
  • Maths
  • Food technology
Academic 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

New-Zealand-Certificate-in-Food-and-Beverage-Service-Level-3-with-Barista,-Cafe-Service-or-Bar-Services-Strand-Workplace.xml [a-z: Barista,Café bar service,Hospitality] [keywords: ] [subject: Cafe_bar_service]
901 255925 878 1047 New Zealand Certificate in Food and Beverage Service (Level 3) with Barista, Café Service or Bar Services Strand (Workplace) NZ2104 Hospitality and Service Industries Certificate 4 3 40 0 Weeks Full time -18 weeks including workshops and Ara and workplace training Received all year Please enquire Throughout the year Christchurch - Madras Street and in the workplace Free $9,815

Impress customers and your employer by developing your communication, café and barista skills as well as improving your understanding of business operating procedures.

You, your employer and Ara will enter a training agreement that will provide:

  • An individual training plan with regular feedback as you progress through the programme
  • On-job training and coaching from your employer and Ara industry training professionals
  • Off-job practical and knowledge training in our specialist barista and training restaurant/café spaces at Ara
  • Access to our Barista Online training package
  • Practical, on-the-job assessment opportunities to showcase your excellent service and communication techniques.

As a graduate of this programme, you'll have in depth knowledge suited to barista and café settings as well as gaining a qualification that can help you with