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  1. Course code: BRMS500 Credits: 15.0

    15 May 2013: To enable students to understand and apply the physics of Medical Imaging and appropriate radiation protection procedures to ensure safe operation of equipment in practice.

  2. Course code: BSPD500 Credits: 15.0

    25 Jun 2012: This course will enable the social work student to develop a beginning understanding of the knowledge, skills and values that underpin purposeful, ethical and professional social work practice and will facilitate the student to integrate

  3. Course code: BSPD600 Credits: 20.0

    25 Jun 2012: This course will enable the social work student to recognise the impact of personal and societal influences on professional practice. The student will identify ethical, cultural and professional responsibilities required for generic social work

  4. Course code: BSPD700 Credits: 15.0

    25 Jun 2012: This course will enable the social work student to explore the impact of professionalism on social workers and on welfare organisations, and to critically debate professionalism. This debate will include organisational, national and global

  5. Course code: DVPT621 Credits: 30.0

    26 Jun 2012: The aim of this course is to help students to continue to develop their skills in editing, compositing and motion graphics; as well as to introduce them to 3D modelling and animation, audio post production and DVD authoring. Students will also begin

  6. Course code: FOFC101 Credits: 2.0

    26 Jun 2012: The aim of this course is to provide the students with the skills required to work hygenically in food business.

  7. Course code: HMFB302 Credits: 10.0|5|5|5

    14 Oct 2016: The aim of this course is to develop an understanding of relationship between the food and beverage front of house and kitchen operations.

  8. Course code: LPCC301 Credits: 15.0

    26 Jun 2012: The aim of this course is to prepare students for computer systems service roles.

  9. Course code: MAOR019 Credits: 0.0

    26 Jun 2012: To lift the profile of whaikorero within the Canterbury region and the capacity of individuals to understand the whaikorero and perform it at the foundational level.

  10. Course code: VPCI274 Credits: 3.0|3

    17 Oct 2016: