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  1. 18 Oct 2018: Course code. WPBW300. Level. 3. Credits. 20.0. Estimated hours. 200.0. To establish standards of professional practice for basic service of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages in commercial hospitality environments. Learning outcomes. Apply

  2. 18 Oct 2018: Course code. CKCM502. Level. 5. Credits. 10.0. Estimated hours. 100.0. To enable students to apply culinary management principles to develop an event. Learning outcomes. Select and apply staffing strategies to meet performance targets. Plan and

  3. 18 Oct 2018: Course code. ASND700. Level. 7. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable the student to understand the effect ofmajor nutrition-related components on the major non-communicable diseases that affect the health of developed nations. Learning

  4. 18 Oct 2018: Course code. FNSF242. Level. 2. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable students to increase awareness of self and others to identify potential educational and/or employment opportunities. Learning outcomes. Demonstrate an awareness of

  5. 18 Oct 2018: Course code. FNSF252. Level. 2. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable students to increase awareness of self and others to identify potential educational and/or employment opportunities. Learning outcomes. Demonstrate an awareness of

  6. 19 Oct 2018: Certificate Full time - 6 months, Part time up to 3 years. Annual Fees(indicative 2018). Programme code. NZ2863. Domestic. Starts. February, July. International. Credits. 60. Course related costs. Please enquire with the department. Level. 3.

  7. 19 Oct 2018: Certificate Full time - one year. Annual Fees(indicative 2018). Programme code. NZ2853. Domestic. Free. Starts. February. International. Credits. 55. Course related costs. Stationery, field trips, travel costs associated with work placement in

  8. 18 Oct 2018: Course code. BXRM600. Level. 6. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable student to plan a small work-related project applying research methods. Learning outcomes. Define, rationalise and plan a project appropriate to an approved industry

  9. 18 Oct 2018: Course code. BXWP700. Level. 7. Credits. 30.0. Estimated hours. 300.0. To enable students to apply theoretical knowledge and skills in industry and carry out a small work related project. Learning outcomes. Work effectively under supervision as a

  10. 18 Oct 2018: Course code. MG5003. Level. 5. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable students to communicate effectively in their professional environment. Learning outcomes. Demonstrate and apply an understanding of the relevant theories and processes