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  1. Course code: FTSC100 Credits: 0.0

    14 Apr 2015: To enable individuals with an interest in Sports Conditioning to gain an understanding of the many factors involved in the delivery of quality sports conditioning.

  2. Course code: BACI610 Credits: 16.0

    9 Sep 2015: Introduces students to a knowledge base of interior architectural design activity and the implications of design decisions. The theory and practice of the design of commercial interior architecture is developed, with an emphasis on the analysis and

  3. Course code: BACI710 Credits: 20.0

    9 Sep 2015: Develops the students ability to carry out self directed study to a high level, and is aimed at extending and developing knowledge, skills and awareness gained in Commercial Interior Architecture 1.

  4. Course code: BADI610 Credits: 16.0

    9 Sep 2015: Introduces students to a knowledge base of domestic interior architectural design activity and the implications of design decisions. The theory and practice of the design of domestic interior architecture is developed, with an emphasis on the

  5. Course code: BADI710 Credits: 20.0

    9 Sep 2015: Develops the students ability to carry out self directed study to a high level, and is aimed at extending and developing knowledge, skills and awareness gained in Domestic Interior Architecture 1.

  6. Course code: BCCE301 Credits: 45.0

    9 Sep 2015: The purpose of this course is to give students the opportunity to work with colleagues in the information and communication technologies industry; to design, implement and evaluate a piece of work. To ensure that students have the opportunity to tie

  7. Course code: BDFA611 Credits: 30.0

    8 Sep 2015: To enable students to use technical skills and processes experimentally to resolve defined challenges in ranges within industry contexts.

  8. Course code: CICT400 Credits: 15.0

    9 Sep 2015: To provide students with an introduction to the hardware, operating systems and peripherals of a computing system.

  9. Course code: EEIR100 Credits: 0.0

    9 Sep 2015: This course covers the prescribed outcomes detailed in the Electricity Regulations 1997. It includes theory and practical skills that will ensure the candidates understanding of the responsibilities and requirements of an Electrical Inspector in the

  10. Course code: NZFB210 Credits: 10.0

    28 Jul 2016: To enable students to perform welding and thermal cutting skills with an emphasis on distortion control and quality assurance principles and their application in the industry