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  1. Course code: CSOE203 Credits: 4.0|4

    12 Jan 2018:

  2. Course code: DHFB503 Credits: 30.0

    7 Jul 2016: To enable students to apply a range of supervisory/management skills relevant to food and beverage environments

  3. Course code: DHTH501 Credits: 15.0

    7 Jul 2016: To enable students to use core academic skills to explore hospitality and the tourism industry context

  4. Course code: AULS106 Credits: 14.0

    15 Dec 2013:

  5. 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

  6. Course code: WEGM192 Credits: 6.0

    18 Jul 2013: To be able to safely use the gas metal arc welding (GMAW) to join steel and to prepare the equipment, materials and to control the quality of the completed weld under supervision.

  7. Course code: WEPT672 Credits: 6.0

    18 Jul 2013: To be able to safely use the gas metal arc welding (GMAW) to join steel and to prepare the equipment, materials and to control the quality of the completed weld under supervision.

  8. Course code: WEPT673 Credits: 6.0

    19 Jul 2013: To be able to safely use the gas metal arc welding (GMAW) and Flux cored arc welding (FCAW) processes to join steel to meet stringent industry standards. They are able to prepare the equipment and materials, and work to codes and standards.

  9. 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.

  10. 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.