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  1. Course code: TSCWCR Credits: 1.0

    25 Apr 2016: To achieve the required skills for the AS/NZS 2980:2007 (or replacement standards) welding qualification

  2. Course code: AMOM511 Credits: 15.0

    31 Jul 2017: To enable students to apply techniques to improve operational management and compliance.

  3. Course code: BCCE330 Credits: 30.0

    8 Nov 2015: To give students the opportunity to work with colleagues in the eCommerce and ICT industry; to design, implement and evaluate an appropriate piece of work. To ensure that students have the opportunity to tie together the learning and experience from

  4. Course code: SFMM12 Credits: 6.0

    1 Dec 2015: To equip students with the necessary skills and knowledge to work effectively with the media and with the market as it relates to sport and fitness

  5. Course code: SFSFT15 Credits: 15.0

    1 Dec 2015: Evaluate own sport and fitness performance through participation in a range of sport and fitness activities

  6. Course code: APHD210 Credits: 2.0|2

    28 Oct 2015: To enable students to respond to a first aid emergency in the workplace.

  7. Course code: BMKN301 Credits: 8.0

    25 Jun 2012: This course is designed to enable the student to develop their professional framework and philosophy for midwifery practice. It builds on their experience as a midwifery student to date and encourages their critical thinking skills about midwifery

  8. Course code: CHWF400 Credits: 6.0

    25 Jun 2012: To provide information and education to families and whanau as a mental health support worker.

  9. Course code: CSPH402 Credits: 15.0

    20 Jun 2012: This course aims at introducing the student to a wide variety of applied physical concepts providing a skill base to embark upon civil, mechanical or electrical engineering degree study.

  10. Course code: MG5008 Credits: 15.0

    2 Dec 2015: To introduce and apply the principles of fluid mechanics to engineering hydraulic situations.