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  1. Course code: AULS106 Credits: 14.0

    15 Dec 2013:

  2. Course code: CTSL101 Credits: 15.0|2|2|4|2|3

    2 Mar 2015: This course of study is to provide support for the transition of students with disabilities into the workplace. |Exposure to the general Construction and Infrastructure course through the Canterbury Tertiary College will allow students to

  3. Course code: YGIT201 Credits: 15.0|3|4|3|4|2

    20 Jun 2016: To introduce students to the Mechanical Engineering industry and allow them to make an informed decision of a future study pathway.

  4. Course code: AEAS100 Credits: 20.0

    22 Sep 2011: This course will consist of theory reinforced with practical demonstrations and supervised practice in a classroom and workshop environment. Some teaching and learning may occur in the workplace under normal working conditions.

  5. Course code: CTCS201 Credits: 14.0|4|4|3|3

    18 Feb 2015: To enable students to use physical activity to improve an individual's health and performance in sport.

  6. Course code: CTOE300 Credits: 15.0|5|3|4|3

    17 Feb 2015: To explore issues related to sustainability through a range of outdoor experiences.

  7. Course code: CTSL102 Credits: 0.0|2|2|3|0

    18 Feb 2015: This course of study is to provide support for the transition of students with disabilities into the workplace. |Exposure to the general Construction and Infrastructure course through the Canterbury Tertiary College will allow students to

  8. Course code: NZDB652 Credits: 20.0

    27 Jul 2012: Students will analyse and develop a simple work group application to improve productivity in a multi-user environment, using a systems development methodology.

  9. Course code: PEEF417 Credits: 2.0|3

    16 Feb 2015:

  10. Course code: SLBE300 Credits: 12.0|5|4|3

    16 Feb 2015: To demonstrate knowledge coffee and its production process. |To demonstrate knowledge of espresso equipment. |To be competent in using commercial espresso equipment to prepare and present espresso beverages.