Course code: MAOR023 Credits: 0.0
26 Jun 2012: To provide learners with the opportunity to learn about Ngai Tahu history, food gathering traditions, reo and tikanga through living collectively on the land as whanau.
Course code: WORK102 Credits: 0.0
8 Jul 2015: The aim of this course is to show the student the most successful ways of finding and getting a job.
Course code: YGBC202 Credits: 11.0
31 Jul 2014: To enable students to explore career pathways through painting, plasterboard, plumbing, joinery and carpentry trades.
Course code: DFDD502 Credits: 15.0
3 Jul 2012: To further develop conceptual and practical skills in producing developed design ideas together with expanded knowledge and the analysis of design elements and principles.
Course code: CPCCHMLS Credits: 6.0
19 Nov 2015: To provide students with the skills and knowledge to effectively manage a family home and support themselves as a parent
Programme code: CH4060 Level: 7 Credits: 360
Become a sought-after professional in the construction industry.
Programme code: CH4030 Level: 4 Credits: 160
Study intensive English full time and improve your fluency, accuracy and expand your vocabulary through speaking, listening, reading and writing.
Programme code: NC1414 Level: 4 Credits: 103
Advance your automotive skills with our comprehensive programme which covers all practical and administrative aspects of repair and refinishing.
Programme code: NC1422 Level: 4 Credits: 132
You will graduate as a completely capable and qualified technician with our certificate giving you in-depth automotive training.
Programme code: NZ2490 Level: 5 Credits: 120
Gain the skills and knowledge needed to be an effective part of the veterinary team, assisting veterinarians and veterinary nurses in clinical practice
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