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1 Addictions, Counselling & Health Studies 2015 Programmes Life matters. Right here

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3 Walk alongside others on their journey to wellbeing. WelTec is a leader in the specialist training of addiction practitioners, counsellors and health professionals. Study with us and you will receive the right combination of education, inspiration and practical experience to develop as a professional within the health and community sectors. Where could this career path take me? You will support people from all walks of life. Every day will bring its challenges, and through learning about others you will also learn more about yourself and those around you. You will have the strategies to assess and treat clients who have mental health and addiction problems. This gives you a myriad of possibilities to work anywhere from government agencies to community organisations, to roles with the Justice Department, or specialist treatment services. As a health professional you can choose from many areas of specialisation; working with individuals; family/whanau; couples and relationships; workplace and careers; grief and trauma; sexual and mental health. You can make a profound difference in people s lives and will be enriched by every client you work with. Career opportunities > Health Sector Community Support Worker > Supervisor > Aged Care Assistant > Justice Worker > Addiction Practitioner Case Worker > Community Worker > Support Worker > Counsellor > Mental Health Worker > Youth Worker > Victim Support Worker

4 School of Health and Social Services Te Hau Tapu me te Puna Oranga Learn from the best Rich in knowledge and experience, our teaching staff are active researchers who have participated in national and international conferences. We regularly consult with professional bodies such as Dapaanz and NZAC along with industry to ensure the learning you receive is current and relevant to today s world. Flexible study WelTec offers training programmes in Wellington, Petone, and Auckland. WelTec s programmes include full-time and part-time options along with short courses and online distance learning to help fit into your busy lifestyle. Blended learning Your programme of study will comprise of a mix of learning experiences and these will include: lectures, tutorials, online study, self-directed study, simulation, work placement, supervision, reflective practice, presentations, peer and self-assessment. There are courses that have high components of online learning. Online/Learning components By enrolling in courses with online learning you will be required to fully engage in the tutor supported learning activities. You should allow between 5 9 hours of online engagement per course each week. Computer skills You will need to have access to a personal computer with broadband internet along with basic computer skills. Marae experience Honouring Te Tiriti O Waitangi course includes a compulsory Marae experience. You will be expected to organise your own travel to and from the Marae. Detailed information will be provided at the beginning of this course. Work placement/practicum If your programme includes a work placement/practicum you will need to budget for these accordingly. You will be expected to pay for your travel expenses to and from your placement and any meals/ accommodation. Work placement coordinators and practicum staff will provide advice and guidance to assist you in securing a work placement. Please contact your workplace coordinator after your interview to discuss and plan for your needs. Professional supervision All students will be required to have professional supervision as part of their year two and three practicum courses. Professional supervision must be with a WelTec approved supervisor who is registered with an approved professional body. Students will require a total of 30 hours professional supervision within the degree programme. The cost of supervision is to be met by the student and is additional to course fees. (Estimated cost of $ per hour). Our Connections with industry WelTec s Counselling and Addictions programmes are supported by the relevant industry associations and professional agencies throughout New Zealand, including Dapaanz, and NZAC. WelTec partners with key industry stakeholders, who participate in our advisory committees. We consult with professional bodies, managers, practitioners and advisors on the design and review of all Addictions, Counselling and Health qualifications. Our close connection with industry is also recognised by the many work experience opportunities the sector extends to WelTec s Addictions, Counselling and Health students, which includes practicum, clinical practice and the provision of supervision. 04

5 Registered and recognised Our qualifications are NZQA approved and accredited and are recognised by the Addictions Practitioners Association Aotearoa- New Zealand (Dapaanz) and the New Zealand Association of Counsellors (NZAC). For students studying towards a certificate, diploma or degree Full-time students should complete each stage in one year and parttime students are expected to complete each stage within two years. Please note that the certificate and diploma in Alcohol and Drug Studies are part time only. Recognition of prior learning If you have extensive knowledge and skills in this area, please enquire about our recognition of prior learning process. Note for new students If you have had experiences of trauma, addiction, mental illness, abuse or life events causing emotional harm, you may experience some emotional risk during the programme. WelTec has support and counselling services which you can access. Note for returning students Returning students are encouraged to re-enrol early for their next Trimester courses as spaces on some courses may be limited. This will ensure you will secure your first choice of course. Please note that elective courses will only be run if there is sufficient demand.(specialist electives are not offered every year). Entry requirements In addition to academic entry requirement (that can be found online), the following criteria apply to all students applying to study with the School of Health and Social Services. Selection criteria Applicants will also be required to attend an interview as part of the selection process which includes the following. Curriculum vitae > Two personal referees > Personal Statement and health declaration > Satisfactory Police check > Annual Police Check All students are required to undergo an annual police check, including at the time of their entry into the programme. Interview Applicants will be required to attend an interview as part of the selection criteria. The interview will provide the opportunity for you to demonstrate appropriate life experience and your likelihood of success on the programme. Personal counselling/personal growth (Counselling programmes only) Students are requires to complete 10 hours of personal counselling/ personal growth within the counselling programmes. Students will be required to meet the cost of counselling in addition to course fees. The cost of counselling is estimated between $80 - $120 per hour. 05

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7 Addiction Studies Bachelor of Addiction Studies Bachelor of Addiction Studies Programme Structure Level 7 Length: 3 years (Full-time) or 6 years (Part-time) Campus: Wellington and Auckland The Bachelor of Addiction Studies offers current best practice research and courses in areas such as Criminal Justice and Abuse. The programme aims to provide graduates with evidence based practice skills that will enable them to work in partnership with a wide range of other professionals and in a variety of social settings. As beginning addiction practitioners students will be required to develop their professional practice, understand and work within their limitations and continue to build on their professional competence throughout their working lives. The Degree programme aims to provide graduates with the practitioner competencies and values of the Addiction Practitioners Association, Aotearoa-New Zealand (Dapaanz). year 1 year 2 Tri 1 tri 2 Tri 1 Tri 2 All Year Honouring Te Tiriti o Waitangi AS5121 Human Development Across the Lifespan (Online) AS5120 Assessment and Intervention Planning AS6231 Understanding Research Methods (Online) AS6230 Introduction to Addiction Studies AS5124 Society, Social Problems and Social Justice AS5122 Information Literacy BC5116 Psychology for Professional Practice AS5123 The Mental Health Context BC6232 The Pharmacology of Psychoactive Substances (Online) AS6233 Client Centred Practice Skills BC5117 Entering Professional Practice: Addiction Practicum I AS5125 Motivational Interviewing AS6232 Developing Professional Practice: Addiction Practicum II AS6234 Cognitive Behavioural Approaches AS6235 > Gain an integrated understanding of the theory and practical application of addictions > Learn strategies to assess and treat clients with addiction related disorders > Become competent in the assessment and treatment of clients with both complex mental health and addiction disorders > Analyse and critically evaluate the philosophies and practice frameworks of prevention and health promotion in addition to a variety of researchbased theories on substance use, misuse and addictions > Gain a comprehensive understanding of the classification of pharmacological and psychotropic drugs > Learn best practice in relation to conducting a risk assessment Develop your ability to apply evidence-based counselling approaches > Gain an understanding of cultural models of health and wellbeing and cultural responsibility when working with clients with a varying range of beliefs and values year 3 Tri 1 Tri 2 All Year Understanding Evidence-based Practice AS7325 Research Project (Online) AS7326 Gambling and Other Impulse Control Disorders Substances (Online) AS7331 Coexisting Substance Use and Mental Health Problems AS7329 The Dynamics of Abuse BC7331 Working with Diversity AS7330 Becoming Professional: Addiction Practicum III AS7328 Group Work Practice BC7330 Key Issues in Working with Young People AS7327 or or or Working with Clients in the Justice System AS7332 = Compulsory = Electives Employment opportunities exist in a variety of addiction, alcohol and drug services with District Health Boards, Public Health, non-government organisations and social, health and community agencies. Specialised addictions opportunities are also emerging within the Justice Department and in specific services such as opioid treatment services. For complete programme code, course descriptions, further information and entry requirements please refer to 07

8 Graduate Diploma in Applied Addiction Studies Level 7 Length: 1 year (Full-time) or 2 years (Part-time) Campus: Wellington, Auckland and Christchurch Graduate Diploma in Addiction, Alcohol and Drug Studies Level 7 Length: 1 year (Full-time) or 2 years (Part-time) Campus: Wellington and Auckland Turn experience into expertise with a well-recognised qualification in addictions. Designed for those with prior clinical experience, this one year programme of study will provide you with a specialist understanding of addiction. You will learn the latest industry models in assessment and intervention of addictions, and will put theory into practice with a clinical work placement within industry. Gain an insight into New Zealand s cultural context. > Learn how to integrate theories of use, misuse and addiction into your practice, providing support to those with addiction and other impulse control disorders > Develop your understanding of differing intervention models in the field of addiction studies > Gain an awareness of the prevalence of coexisting disorders and learn about the relational factors between mental illness and addiction disorders > Analyse and evaluate the unique issues presented by different cultural groups and develop your ability to apply a multicultural approach in your practice > Critically evaluate the philosophies and practice frameworks of prevention and health promotion > Develop a comprehensive understanding of systems theory with particular emphasis upon the structural concepts in families and family life cycle theory Employment opportunities exist in a variety of alcohol and drug services with District Health Boards, Public Health, non-government organisations and social, health and community agencies. Specialised addictions opportunities are also emerging within the Justice Department and in specific services such as opioid treatment services. Enhance your career in the field of addictions with a Graduate Diploma in Addiction, Alcohol and Drug Studies. The Graduate Diploma in Addiction, Alcohol and Drug Studies is a unique graduate programme designed to meet the needs of graduates with related qualifications and work experience, for knowledge and understanding of addictive behaviour, alcohol and drug issues and problems, and approaches to practice in the addiction services field. This is a one-year programme of study. This is a non-clinical programme and therefore is not workplace based. It will however equip graduates with knowledge and skills relating to addiction, alcohol and drug services. The programme aims to attract students who want to increase their knowledge base, in ways that will enhance their professional practice where addictions, especially alcohol and drug problems are an issue for the people they work with. The programme introduces students to the scope of addiction, alcohol and drug services; assessment and intervention strategies for clients with addiction and co-existing mental health disorders. It provides knowledge of the ethics, theories and principles that underpin the work of addiction, practitioners. > Learn how to integrate theories of substance use, misuse and addiction into your practice, supporting those with addiction and other impulse control disorders > Grow your understanding of intervention models for addiction, gambling and coexisting mental health disorders > Analyse and evaluate the unique issues presented by different cultural groups > Critically evaluate the philosophies and practice frameworks of prevention and health promotion > Develop a comprehensive understanding of systems theory with particular emphasis upon structural concepts in families, and family life cycle theory Employment opportunities exist in a variety of clinical support roles within alcohol and drug services with District Health Boards, Public Health, nongovernment organisations and social, health and community agencies. Roles include health promotion, researchers, policy analysts/advisors. 08 For complete programme code, course descriptions, further information and entry requirements please refer to

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10 Diploma in Alcohol and Drug Studies Level 6 Length: 2 years (Part-time only) Campus: Wellington and Auckland Step up to a Diploma and advance your understanding of causes and treatment of addictive behaviours. Throughout the programme you will develop your ability to critically analyse addiction theories and will become accomplished in the assessment, intervention, management and treatment of addiction disorders. Our comprehensive learning experience includes a combination of lectures, field visits, presentations by visiting speakers, case studies and self-directed learning. > Gain an in-depth understanding of the symptoms and descriptors on a range of clinical diagnoses > Develop your ability to facilitate a motivational interviewing session > Participate in work experience within industry > Become proficient in working with clients at the level of intervention that best suits their needs and develop your referral skills > Explore the political, cultural, social and economic dimensions that impact and influence the context in which you practice > Grow your understanding of the psychological theories of substance use, misuse and addiction > Learn, explore and put into practice a range of therapeutic alcohol and drug interventions that are tailored to the needs of the client > Carry out a cognitive behavioural therapy session Further Study Options Bachelor of Addiction Studies (Level 7) Graduates of The Diploma in Alcohol and Drug Studies will be prepared for employment as Addiction workers in a variety of roles to reduce alcohol and other drug related harm to individuals, families and communities. Roles can include case management, alcohol and drug worker, support worker, health promotion worker. Roles can be found within government agencies like CareNZ, Community Alcohol and Drug Services (CADS), Matua Raki, Salvation Army, WellTrust and Mental Health Services. Certificate in Alcohol and Drug Studies (Support Work) Level 5 Length: 34 weeks (Part-time only) Campus: Wellington/Petone, and Auckland Whether you re looking to begin a career in the field of addictions, or complement your industry experience with further study, WelTec is a great place to start your learning journey. The Certificate will provide you with an essential understanding of the causes and effects of addictive behaviours. Learn leading strategies in the assessment and treatment of those suffering from addictions and develop a client-centred approach in your practice. > Discover the range of theoretical approaches that seek to explain why and how we experience addiction > Explore how these theories could be applied in a real life context > Build your ability to deliver a client-centred counselling approach in your practice > Explore and discuss ethical issues and professional practice in the field of addictions > Gain the skills you need to identify and apply different approaches when conducting assessments of clients with addictions and other impulse control disorders > Gain a complex understanding of intervention strategies and become equipped to select the most appropriate strategy for a range of situations > Develop your ability to undertake a motivational interviewing session with a pseudo client and understand its relationship to the Stages of Change Model > Explore the bicultural origins, values and current context within Aotearoa and understand the need for a multicultural approach in your practice Further Study Options Diploma in Alcohol and Drug Studies (Level 6) Employment opportunities exist in a variety of alcohol and drug services with District Health Boards, Public Health, non-government organisations and social, health and community agencies. Specialised addiction opportunities are also emerging with the Justice Department and within specific services such as opioid substitution. 10 For complete programme code, course descriptions, further information and entry requirements please refer to

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12 Counselling Bachelor of Counselling Bachelor of Counselling Programme Structure Level 7 Length: 3 years (Full-time) or 6 years (Part-time) Campus: Wellington and Auckland The Bachelor of Counselling aims to develop graduates who are able to practise professionally according to the values and ethics of the New Zealand Association of Counsellors (NZAC). As such graduates will learn the knowledge and skills to enable them to be competent, critical and reflective beginning practitioners with a sound theoretical base; and the skills to practise independently and co-operatively within a culturally diverse and ethically appropriate counselling context. > Discover and evaluate a wide range of counselling theories and practice frameworks > Develop an integrated understanding of counselling theory and practice > Use work placement, clinical supervision and personal counselling to become a reflective practitioner > Gain an understanding of common mental health disorders > Gain strong inter and intra personal skills, team work and supervision skills > Gain competencies necessary for provisional membership with the New Zealand Association of Counsellors Employment opportunities exist in community, health, educational and social services and non-government organisations. year 1 year 2 year 3 Tri 1 tri 2 Tri 1 Tri 2 All Year Tri 1 Honouring Te Tiriti o Waitangi AS5121 Human Development Across the Lifespan (Online) AS5120 Information Literacy BC5116 Society, Social Problems and Social Justice AS5122 Cultural Concepts in Counselling BC6231 Understanding Research Methods (Online) AS6230 Client Centred Practice Skills BC5117 Psychology for Professional Practice AS5123 Counselling Practice in New Zealand BC5118 Entering Professional Practice: Counselling Practicum I BC5115 The Mental Health Context BC6232 Grief and Loss Counselling BC6234 The Practice of Counselling: a Pluralistic Approach BC6230 Developing Professional Practice: Counselling Practicum II BC6233 Understanding Evidence-based Practice AS7325 Person Centred Approaches BC7335 Group Work Practice BC7330 The Dynamics of Abuse BC7331 or Narrative Therapy (Not offered in Auckland 2015) BC7334 or Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Mindfulness BC7336 Motivational Interviewing AS6232 or Tri 2 Working with Diversity AS7330 Research Project (Online) AS7326 or Gambling and other Impulse Control Disorders (Online) AS7331 All Year Becoming Professional: Counselling Practicum III BC7332 = Compulsory = Electives 12 For complete programme code, course descriptions, further information and entry requirements please refer to

13 Graduate Diploma in Counselling Practice Level 7 Length: 1 year (Full-time) or 2 years (Part-time) Campus: Wellington and Auckland The Graduate Diploma of Counselling Practice is designed to meet the needs of other professionals, who require a qualification that enables them to continue working, or gain new employment in the counselling sector. In addition, it provides an opportunity for the many workers in human services, not designated as counsellors, but needing counselling skills to obtain them. Students will have the opportunity to develop counselling competencies under supervision in real workplace situations. They will be able to review their developing competence, and respond reflectively to the need for personal or professional change. > Critically evaluate the philosophies, skills and approaches that underpin effective counselling > Analyse and evaluate the unique issues presented by different cultural groups > Practice ethically and collaboratively > Integrate counselling theories into practice Work placement requirements To be successful in this programme students must complete 100 hours of face to face supervised counselling experience. If you do not have access to clients it is recommended that you contact the Counselling work placement coordinator and work with them to secure a placement before beginning the programme. Please note: This qualification is not open to graduates of WelTec s Bachelor of Counselling. Diploma in Counselling Applied Level 6 Length: 2 years (Full-time) or 4 years (Part-time) Campus: Wellington and Auckland Students completing this programme will have an understanding of the application of a range of counselling theories in client-centred practice. Under clinical supervision, they will be able to review their developing competency, respond reflectively to the need for personal or professional change and be able to meet some, but not all, of the New Zealand Association of Counsellors criteria specified in the Practitioner Competencies for Counselling Workers in Aotearoa New Zealand. This diploma is the first two years of the Bachelor of Counselling. At the completion of the Diploma in Counselling (Applied) (Level 6), graduates will be able to: > Describe the different theoretical approaches which underpin effective counselling practice and demonstrate these under clinical supervision; > Demonstrate awareness of social, political, cultural and economic contexts within a counselling situation; > Identify ethical issues specific to counselling at a beginning level; > Under clinical supervision they will be able to review their developing skill base in relation to client centred practice; > Demonstrate the skills of a reflective practitioner; > Demonstrate a number of competencies required for provisional membership of New Zealand Association of Counsellors Employment opportunities exist in community, health, educational and social services and non-government organisations. Employment opportunities exist in community, health, educational and social services and non-government organisations. For complete programme code, course descriptions, further information and entry requirements please refer to 13

14 Psychology Diploma in Health Psychology: Hauora Hinengaro Level 5 Length: 1 year (Full-time) Campus: Wellington/Petone and Auckland Supervision Certificate in Supervision (Human Services) Level 5 Length: 17 weeks (Part-time) Campus: Wellington/Petone, Auckland & Christchurch Explore your career options with health psychology. Designed for students who are returning to study, this introductory programme provides you with the opportunity to discover more about yourself and your interests. Health Psychology will take you on a journey to explore how our own attitudes, as well as that of friends, family and the media influence our health. Exposure to a range of theoretical approaches and a focus on self-discovery throughout your studies will allow you to consider the future path of study that is right for you, whether you progress on to counselling, psychology, social work or another field entirely. Brush up on your academic writing and references skills, and graduate confident in your ability to communicate to a range of audiences. > Develop an understanding of how healthy relationships and lifestyles can be enhanced within the context of Aotearoa/New Zealand > Explore psychology and human development and their relevance to a range of fields such as counselling, psychology and social services > Gain an introductory understanding of manaaki tangata and Maori health and well-being > Analyse your own thought processes and behavioural response in relation to the content > Develop your academic study and writing skills; and become confident presenting written work in APA format and use library and internet sources to effectively research material > Strengthen your presentation skills and learn to communicate effectively in group situations Become equipped to meet the growing need for qualified, professional and clinical supervisors within the helping professions. Gain a well-recognised qualification and develop your career options in the area of supervision. Designed for experienced practitioners working in the social, health and human services sector, this programme will provide you with the latest in the leading theory and practice of supervision. > Explore a variety of theoretical approaches to supervision > Learn how to use a model of supervision to structure a supervision session > Develop supervisory skills that facilitate competence and reflective practice > Learn to identify and address potential safety and ethical issues within a supervision session > Learn to consider ethical principles and contracts to guide supervisory practice Employment opportunities exist for experienced and qualified practitioners working within New Zealand s social, health and community services. Further Study Options You can progress onto other Counselling, Addictions, Youth Development, Social Work or other tertiary programmes. Employment opportunities exist in the counselling, psychology and within community, social and health services. 14 For complete programme code, course descriptions, further information and entry requirements please refer to

15 Community Support Why study Community Support? WelTec provides a programme designed to prepare people to work in helping roles in the community and enhance the professional effectiveness of those who are already in such work. Our programme is taught by industry professionals, who have a wealth of knowledge in the areas they teach. WelTec s qualifications include practical application of knowledge in workplace settings and are ideal if you are either intending a future career in or are already employed within the care of the older person, disabilities, or other community support fields. National Certificate in Health, Disability, and Aged Support (Core Competencies) Level 3 Length: 17 weeks (Full-time) Campus: Petone, Auckland and Kapiti Whether you're already employed within the care of the older person, disabilities, or other community support fields, or simply considering the support worker field as a possible career path, the National Certificate in Community Support is a great opportunity to develop your skills and gain a recognised qualification. The National Certificate in Community Support (Core Competencies) is a foundational qualification designed for those working, or wishing to gain employment as a support worker in areas including care for the older person, intellectual disability or human Services. This programme will provide you with the knowledge, skills and best practises required within the industry. > Consumer Rights and Responsibilities - Gain knowledge in supporting a consumer's well-being and quality of life, engagement in the community, rights and responsibilities and self-advocacy, and culturally safe operating principles in a health or disability setting. > Risk Management - Learn to recognise and plan for risks within a health, disability and community setting. Programme Delivery Tailored to meet the needs of those working within the field of community support, the majority of your learning will take place in the workplace. You will be required to attend class one day per week and undertake selfdirected learning outside of class hours. Self-directed learning includes the observation and implementation of key learning outcomes within the workplace, on-site supervised assessments, and additional self-directed studies outside of work hours. Work Experience You will be required to arrange work experience either in your current place of work (if appropriate) or in a voluntary role at an appropriate agency. This will be discussed with your tutors during your interview. Training grants Te Pou have provided a number of training grants to assist Ministry of Health contracted Disability Support Services with costs arising from an employee's participation in approved national certificates or diplomas, including the National Certificate in Community Support (Core Competencies). We would encourage the sector to make use of this great training opportunity and apply for grants as early as possible. Please check Te Pou's website for more details about eligibility and to download application forms. Application forms will be available in Microsoft Word format, and will need to be ed back to with all sections completed. Assistance will be available for anyone who needs help filling out the forms. > Physical Safety - Support a person to meet their personal care needs in a health or disability setting. > Personal Development - Further your understanding of ethical behaviour, professional practise, and the role of a support worker in a health or disability setting. For complete programme code, course descriptions, further information and entry requirements please refer to 15

16 Trauma Studies Diploma in Trauma Management Level 5 Length: 1 year (Full-time) or 2 years (Part-time) Campus: Distance Learning Certificate in Trauma Studies Level 4 Length: 17 weeks (Part-time)* or 1 year (Module)** Campus: Distance Learning Gain a deeper understanding of the effect of trauma in a crisis situation with studies in Trauma Management. Through this programme you ll discuss and describe appropriate responses to critical incidence scenarios and increase your overall understanding of trauma and its impact on the individual psyche. > Learn about trauma and its impact on individuals and groups > Explore the role of a crisis support worker within the context of a traumatic response > Understand the role of community agencies and service providers who provide assistance to individuals experiencing trauma > Develop your communication skills in relation to reflective practice, microcounselling and cultural sensitivity > Learn tools and techniques necessary to working in the field of trauma including trauma incidence response plans, risks assessments, referral processes, legal and ethical boundaries and self-care > Demonstrate the role of professional reflection in the context of trauma management > Take part in an applied practicum to integrate your understanding of the theory and practice of trauma support Employment opportunities exist in emergency response support provided by community, social and health agencies. Become better prepared to provide support to those experiencing trauma. The certificate programme provides you with an excellent introduction to the topic of trauma studies, with the option to continue on to complete three additional courses and gain a Diploma in Trauma Management. Throughout the programme you ll explore common responses to loss, change and grief and learn about the impact of trauma on the individual and the group. > Learn about trauma and its impact on individuals and groups > Explore the role of a crisis support worker within the context of a traumatic event > Understand the role of community agencies and service providers who provide assistance to individuals experiencing trauma Further Study Options Diploma in Trauma Management (Level 5) Employment opportunities exist in community, health, educational and social services and non-government organisations. Please note: * Due to the part-time nature of the programme, students enrolled in the certificate will not be eligible for a student allowance with Studylink. ** If you intend to study one module per trimester, please specify when enrolling. This will mean you complete the programme in one year. 16 For complete programme code, course descriptions, further information and entry requirements please refer to

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20 Contact us. Right here Petone Campus 11 Kensington Avenue, Petone Private Bag 39814, Wellington Telephone: (04) Facsimile: (04) Wellington Church St Campus Church Street (off Boulcott Street) Private Bag 39814, Wellington Telephone: (04) Facsimile: (04) Auckland Campus 3 Wakefield Street, Level 2 P.O.Box 6413, Wellesley St, Auckland 1141 Telephone: (09) Facsimile: (09) WelTec ( ) #righthere DisclaimeR The information contained in this programme guide describes the courses we intend to offer. The information is correct at the time of printing (August 2014). Please note that programmes and courses are subject to change.

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