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  1. Course code: ENGL411 Credits: 13.0

    20 Dec 2015: To enable students to recognise and produce features of English in appropriate contexts. Learners will build on previously acquired English from a range of experiences and/or formal study of

  2. Course code: ENGL412 Credits: 13.0

    20 Dec 2015: To enable students to recognise and produce features of English in appropriate contexts. Learners will build on previously acquired English from a range of experiences and/or formal study of

  3. Course code: LPGO301 Credits: 15.0

    27 Jul 2012: The aim of this course is to prepare students for general office roles.

  4. Course code: LPRB301 Credits: 15.0

    27 Jul 2012: The aim of this course is to prepare students for customer service and retail roles.

  5. Course code: NZDB560 Credits: 20.0

    9 Dec 2015: Students will apply communication knowledge and skills in the evolving context of New Zealand business.

  6. Course code: NZME205 Credits: 15.0

    26 Oct 2016: To enable students to gain an applied operational knowledge of precision machining.

  7. Course code: NZME303 Credits: 15.0

    26 Oct 2016: To provide students with the advanced skills to machine high precision components using modern high performance machinery.

  8. Course code: DBTE1 Credits: 13.0

    15 Dec 2015: To understand, explain and perform Indian Head massage movements and holistic massage within a Beauty Therapy environment

  9. Course code: DCAR710 Credits: 15.0

    2 Feb 2018: To enable students to use the Autodesk Revit architectural CAD and Building Information Modelling application to create 3D architectural models and documentation.

  10. Course code: DSSWP Credits: 20.0

    15 Dec 2015: To provide students with knowledge of the diverse field of interpersonal and therapeutic communication skills to be able to apply social work values and knowledge in social and human service professional practice settings. |Students will use