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  1. Course code: NURS804 Credits: 30.0

    24 Nov 2016: This course provides an in-depth review of adult disease management, its impact on health care provision and the need for integrated care across all health disciplines and services. Students will reflect on disease management as a complete, rather

  2. Course code: AELE595 Credits: 10.0

    27 Feb 2012: To deliver numeracy skills development for adult learners.

  3. Course code: BMWK600 Credits: 20.0

    4 Aug 2015: To enable the midwifery student to integrate further concepts and ideas into a professional framework for beginning midwifery practice. |To explore the concepts and application of Midwifery
    Partnership, Cultural Safety and Turanga Kaupapa to

  4. Course code: BSOE506 Credits: 15.0

    27 Jul 2012: To identify, gain and enhance the skills necessary to be a competent role model for beginner groups in well formed track environments. To plan, prepare, and participate safely in peer wilderness tramp expeditions (in formed and unformed track

  5. Course code: WPCE401 Credits: 30.0

    23 Jul 2015: To enable students to prepare, cook and present items in commercial kitchens.

  6. Course code: WPCE402 Credits: 30.0

    23 Jul 2015: To enable students to cook and serve items for service to customers.

  7. Course code: WPCE403 Credits: 30.0

    23 Jul 2015: To enable students to prepare, cook and finish a variety of food items.

  8. Course code: CIWC200 Credits: 3.0

    7 Jul 2015: To provide an introduction to the application of a variety of wall covering processes as commonly used within the Decorating industry.

  9. Course code: FNAL286 Credits: 15.0

    20 Sep 2017: To enable students to progress towards future educational goals.

  10. Course code: MAOR111 Credits: 2.0

    29 Jan 2018: A ten hour introductory Māori language course for students with no knowledge of Te Reo Māori and Tikanga Māori, where you will acquire basic skills in pronunciation and introductory phrases.