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  1. Course code: VPSI606 Credits: 4.0|4

    2 Jul 2018: To introduce students to the Service Sector industry and allow them to make an informed decision of a future study pathway.

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    28 Mar 2017: Tamesa Institute of Canterbury March 2017. International Newsletter. In This Issue.  Message from. International Director.  Tamesa Engineering. student getting set for future.  Tamesa grows relationship with Japan.  Study tour opportunities with

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    29 May 2013: Page 13/CPITC/05/324. Council Minutes – 30 April 2013 CPITC – 28 May 2013. CPIT Council Minutes 30 April 2013. Minutes of a meeting of the Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology Council held on Tuesday 30 April 2013 at 1.30 pm in the

  4. Course code: AMPA700 Credits: 45.0

    21 Feb 2018: To develop capabilities related to accounting, in a 'hands-on' immersion in industry practice.
    To enable students to apply their learning, test the relevance of academic theories to the workplace and to reflect critically on this relationship

  5. Course code: CSSK402 Credits: 5.0

    14 Jun 2012: To enable students to develop skills to access, evaluate and manage information in order to produce assignments.

  6. Course code: BLMA605 Credits: 15.0

    19 Aug 2014: To enable students to engage with indigenous peoples by identifying and understanding the relationship between the cultures and languages of the Pacific.

  7. Course code: CABT401 Credits: 20.0

    25 Jun 2012: To provide students with the opportunity to develop:

  8. Course code: CPCC26552 Credits: 1.0|1

    19 Nov 2015: People credited with this unit standard are able to: identify and describe common first aid conditions; describe how to respond to them

  9. Course code: DSFB500 Credits: 15.0

    26 Jun 2012: To enable the student to sample plants and invertebrate animals. The focus of the plant component of the course will be the ecology and management of invasive weeds.

  10. Course code: HSS301 Credits: 10.0|8|4

    30 Aug 2016: To develop knowledge of trichology and common hair and scalp conditions to complete a limited scope consultation