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  1. Course code: HWCF401 Credits: 20.0

    23 Jan 2017: To enable students to examine and apply skills, values and behaviours that are congruent with knowledge and theories relevant for entry to the community facilitation workforce in a support level role.

  2. Course code: HWCF402 Credits: 30.0

    23 Jan 2017: To enable students to further develop, apply and integrate skills, values and behaviours that are congruent with knowledge and theories relevant to the community facilitation workforce in a support level role.

  3. Course code: LABT705 Credits: 15.0

    22 May 2012: To provide the knowledge and skills required in applying instrumental techniques in a laboratory setting at an advanced or supervisory level. The student will integrate lower level teaching on instrumental analysis by using state-of-the-art

  4. Course code: MHA13 Credits: 32.0|8|8|6|5|4|3

    13 Oct 2015:

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    13 Nov 2017: As at Sept 2017. Study and Career Preparation. DEPARTMENT OF NURSING,. MIDWIFERY &ALLIED HEALTH. Certificate in. Study &Career. Preparation. Level 4. (Timaru). Timetable 2018. Semester One. Admissions &Enrolment. As course places are limited, to

  6. Course code: ANBD405 Credits: 15.0

    6 May 2015: To enable students to identify breed selection and manage breeding stock whilst providing care for animals in varied life stages or breeds.

  7. Course code: ADBA401 Credits: 15.0|4|8

    9 Sep 2015: To examine a role that provides management administrative services within an organisation, and identify and assess management administration service strategies in relation to an organisation. To produce and present business information including the

  8. Course code: MATHS15 Credits: 4.0|4

    24 Sep 2015: To apply knowledge of mathematics and mechanics for electrical trades

  9. Course code: US20312 Credits: 10.0|10

    12 Oct 2015: People credited with this unit standard are able to, in a commercial seafood processing operation, describe the requirements for filleting a species of fish, and fillet a species of fish at a commercial rate

  10. Course code: BCIS381 Credits: 15.0

    10 Oct 2012: To investigate (research) and learn about a relevant and current ICT related topic.