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YOUR FUTURE 2020


OUR LOCATIONS

Tairāwhiti Campus

290 Palmerston Road Gisborne 06 869 0810

Rural Studies Unit

312-314 Stout Street Gisborne 06 869 0810

Auckland Campus 238 Queen Street Auckland 09 300 7410

Hawke’s Bay Campus 501 Gloucester Street Taradale, Napier 06 974 8000

Some of our programmes are offered online or by distance, so you can study anywhere within New Zealand.

REGIONAL LEARNING CENTRES CENTRAL HAWKE’S BAY 53 Russell Street Waipukurau 06 858 7009

MARAENUI 18-20 Bledisloe Road Maraenui, Napier 06 842 0591

HASTINGS 416 Heretaunga Street West Hastings 06 974 8936

RUATORIA 12 Hekiera Road Ruatoria 06 864 8063

WAIROA 6 Paul Street Wairoa 06 830 1870

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CONTENTS The experience you need

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Health & Sport Science

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The support to succeed

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Hospitality

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Campuses built for your needs

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IDEAschool

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How we’ll support you

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Māori Studies

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World class lecturers

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What should you study?

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Nursing & Health Science

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What's the difference between EIT and a university?

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Primary Industries

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Financial support for your study

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Teaching & Social Work

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Understanding qualifications

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Trades & Technology

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Beauty

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Tourism & Travel

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Business

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Veterinary Nursing

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Computing

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Viticulture & Wine Science

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English Language

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Enrolment information

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Hairdressing

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Te Ūranga Waka | Te Whatukura

Māori Visual Arts Toihoukura

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Elise Picot Bachelor of Wine Science and Bachelor of Viticulture graduate

EIT STUDENT STATISTICS 6 Masters degrees 17 Postgraduate programmes 12 Bachelor degrees 153 programmes 10,325 students 41% students aged under 25 49% MÄ ori students 46 countries - student nationalities 3,604 qualifications awarded 4

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THE EXPERIENCE YOU NEED When you study at EIT you’ll get the kind of experiences that will help you gain the knowledge and skills to get ahead, whether you want to break into your chosen career or change direction in life. Experience being part of a vibrant learning community in one of New Zealand’s top tertiary institutes, and be taught by experienced lecturers who have track records as respected academics, researchers and industry professionals. Get the benefit of EIT’s long-established connections with industry throughout New Zealand. Many of our programmes are field-based to help you develop relevant work skills, gain practical experience, and get useful industry contacts which can set you on the path to a great job, all while you’re studying. Have the experience of studying at our modern well-equipped campuses at our regional learning centres or at an outreach location, and you’ll gain invaluable experience using our facilities and state-of-the-art technology. You will also have a range of full-time and part-time study opportunities available to you as well as scholarships and fee free options.

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SUPPORT TO SUCCEED At EIT you’ll get the support you need to help make sure you get the rewards for your hard work. If you’re serious about study and your future, EIT is right behind you. Learn in classes that are the right size to make sure you get the involvement and support you need. EIT provides help and guidance with everything from study planning, to applying for a job after you complete your studies. Be supported by lecturers who are here for you, within a learning environment where you are treated as an individual, not a number. They’ll know your name and you’ll receive one-on-one attention to make sure you get the support to succeed.

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CAMPUSES BUILT FOR YOUR NEEDS EIT offers you qualifications from certificate to postgraduate level at campuses in Hawke’s Bay, Tairāwhiti (Gisborne) and Auckland. Or you can learn closer to home at one of the Regional Learning Centres in Hastings, Maraenui, Ruatoria, Waipukurau and Wairoa, plus other pop-up centres near you. EIT Hawke’s Bay is one of New Zealand’s most attractive campuses with superb architecture and shaded outdoor areas for study on warm days. EIT Tairāwhiti’s two campuses are located in the heart of Gisborne, near the Taruheru River, and you can't get more central than EIT Auckland's location on Queen Street. EIT Hastings recently relocated to a new centre in a more central location – one that is easy to access, close to public transport and tailored to meet the needs of students and staff. Our campuses have top quality facilities, purpose-built for EIT programmes, including high-tech trades workshops, professional-standard training kitchens and a fully-equipped wine science and viticulture laboratory. Get connected by jumping onto campus-wide free wifi. EIT’s libraries put resources at your fingertips, with expert librarians on-hand to help you, and you can get your textbooks and stationery sorted at Ōtātara Bookshop at the Hawke's Bay campus. To print your work professionally, fully-equipped printing services handle everything from large format printing to document binding, for a price that won’t put a dent in your finances. Hungry after all your study? You can enjoy bustling campus cafés and student training cafés to catch up with fellow students over a cup of coffee or lunch.

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Academic Learning Services You can get help and advice on all aspects of study, including study skills, writing assignments, computing, maths, academic writing and planning study time.

STAR/Gateway

Accommodation

Want help making the move from secondary school to tertiary education and training, plus gain credits towards your chosen career qualification while studying NCEA? Talk to the STAR/Gateway Coordinator.

Make yourself at home. Accommodation is available in the Student Village opposite the Hawke’s Bay campus, rated 4.5 by Qualmark, plus a Qualmark silver environmental award.

Chaplaincy

Schools and Community Liaison

EIT has a team of chaplains available for you. They are mostly volunteers and represent all the main faiths and spiritualities.

Career Development EIT Career Development Services can help you make career choices, work out what to study, and give you guidance and information about finding a job, or kick-starting your career.

EIT’s liaison team can hold events and presentations for schools, community and industry on-campus or at your location. In addition to information and enrolment days, groups and individuals can book a campus tour year-round.

Bookshop The Ōtātara Bookshop caters for stationery and textbook needs for student's on all campuses. The shop also sells stamps, a range of greeting cards and small gift items.

Childcare

EIT Students' Association

We‘ll take care of your children while you take care of your studies. Ōtātara Children’s Centre at EIT Hawke’s Bay and Manaaki Tamariki Child Care Centre at EIT Tairāwhiti are open for you. Bookings are essential.

Younited is here to represent you. From looking after your interests to organising social events and activities, plus Younited arranges discounts and exclusive deals – for EIT students only.

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Pouwhirinaki – Māori & Pasifika Student Support You can get advice, mentoring and support in pastoral care, cultural needs and values, te reo Māori, waiata and tikanga, scholarships, iwi and hapū registrations and grants.

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Māori and Pasifika

Disability Services

Trades Academy @ EIT

Our support team works with organisations, fanau, iwi, hapū and whānau. You can get guidance with study options, academic support and much more.

Dedicated support includes adaptive technology, alternative exam arrangements, assistance with funding, and disability car parking on-campus.

If you’re at secondary school you can get practical, hands-on training in trades and other programmes, one or two days a week, and earn credits towards your NCEA Level 2 qualification.

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HOW WE’LL SUPPORT YOU Studying takes determination, commitment and self-discipline. As a student at EIT, you can get support to help you focus on what really matters – your studies and your future. When you become a student at EIT, it may be your first time away from home, or the first time you’ve studied at a tertiary level. It may all be very new to you. Your studies will take up a lot of your time, so you may need a hand with other parts of life. To help you get the most out of your time here, EIT offers you support in all sorts of ways. Whether you’re after help to choose the right subjects or you need some guidance to show you the best way to get into your chosen career, there’s someone available to help. Get personal one-to-one help from EIT’s friendly experts who have plenty of experience helping students like you. They’re on campus to offer advice, information and guidance. We want your time at EIT to be exciting, productive and successful, so make sure you take advantage of all the support we offer.

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Erena Koopu

Lecturer, MÄ ori Visual Arts | Toihoukura

Rachel Forrest Associate Professor | Nursing

Carl Paton

Pii-Tuulia Nikula

Dr Kathryn MacCullum

Sue Hanna

Associate Professor | Health

Associate Professor | IT

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Lecturer | Business

Senior Lecturer | Social Work


WORLD CLASS LECTURERS EIT lecturers have the latest knowledge and research in their field of expertise and are able to attract all-important research grants. For you, it means highly qualified academics who have the most up-to-date learning available. EIT is one of the top two institutes of technology and polytechnics in New Zealand for research excellence. This helps EIT secure funding through the Government’s performance-based research fund. Government funding helps EIT continue to play a leading role in research in New Zealand. Our lecturers are in demand to work closely on community centered research projects with universities, polytechnics, businesses and organisations at regional, national and international levels. They pass on their knowledge to you via their teaching. When you study at EIT, you will be at an institute that is highly rated for quality academic research.

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DID YOU KNOW? Employers pay more to those who have completed qualifications. On average, people who complete a bachelors degree earn 39% above the national median earnings five years after graduation.

WHAT SHOULD YOU STUDY?

Ministry of Education. (2018). Student Loan Scheme Annual Report 2018.

Some people know exactly what they want to do in life, so choosing what to study is much easier. They know what they are good at; they know their strengths and how they want to use them. But for many people it’s not so easy. There are lots of courses, many different jobs, and plenty of career choices out there. So making the right decision about what to study can seem daunting. It’s a good idea to get lots of information to help you make a well-informed decision. A good place to start is the Government’s Careers NZ website at careers.govt.nz. It’s a good idea to think about what you’re interested in. Spend some time thinking about what you like and don’t like, and what you’re good at. If you have an idea of a profession, you could talk to people who are working in the industry. They can tell you what skills, experience and qualifications you need. You may find that you have knowledge, skills or previous achievements that can count towards your qualification. At EIT, we’ve got lots of experience helping students make important decisions and pointing them in the right direction. Come and have a chat with us. We can put you in touch with programme coordinators and arrange an appointment to talk with the careers counsellor about education, training and career choices.

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WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE

BETWEEN EIT & A UNIVERSITY?

For those with no formal qualifications or who have been away from study for a while, our entry level certificates mean we can offer you a unique opportunity to progress further into higher level programmes, and eventually to a degree if you want. Or you can go straight into an entry level job position in the first step to a new career. We also offer vocational study that is tailored to the region's specific requirements, meaning you are qualified and work-ready to get local in-demand jobs. You no longer have to leave home to get a recognised degree as our degrees (called ‘Bachelors’) are absolutely equal to those offered at New Zealand universities. In fact, EIT graduates are viewed by local employers to be as good as graduates from anywhere else. Our postgraduate offerings mean you don’t have to travel and miss out on work or family to further your career.

However you define your success, when you study at EIT we’ll give you the experiences and support you need, to help you achieve it.

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FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR YOUR STUDY Scholarships and grants make life easier by helping to cover your fees, other costs and living expenses while you study. You don’t always need to be an academic high-flyer to qualify. EIT has a long list of scholarships that you can apply for. So if you would like to get financial help with your study, make sure you find out what’s available. You can also take a look online at the givME database available at EIT. It lists every scholarship and grant available in New Zealand.

Te Ara o Tākitimu and Te Toka – Māori and Pasifika Trades Training If you are aged 16 to 40 and looking to gain a trade qualification and apprenticeship, you can apply for funding, support and incentives for a wide range of programmes from Levels 3 to 4.

Government funded Fees FREE Tertiary education will be fees free for eligible first time tertiary students studying at Level 3 or higher. Go to www.feesfree.govt.nz to check the details and your eligibility.

Year 13 Degree Scholarship – 100% FREE tuition for your second year of study EIT has limited Year 13 Degree Scholarships. They’re available to eligible Hawke’s Bay and Tairāwhiti students from Hick’s Bay to Taupō and Dannevirke. If you’re a Year 13 student from anywhere in New Zealand applying for the Bachelor of Viticulture, the Bachelor of Wine Science, or the Bachelor of Māori Visual Arts, you’re also eligible. Applicants must be in Year 13, be a New Zealand resident and meet all scholarship and degree entry criteria to be considered.

Youth Scholarship If you are aged between 16 and 19 (or 15 with an early leaving exemption) and wanting to study at Levels 1 to 3, you can apply for a Youth Scholarship. You may be eligible for funding for fees and compulsory course costs, travel, plus academic and other support.

Sport Hawke’s Bay – EIT Sports Scholarship The Sport Hawke’s Bay – EIT Sports Scholarships have been developed to assist top sports performers to train and study in Hawke’s Bay. Five scholarships of up to $2,000 each are awarded to sports performers enrolled or enrolling in an EIT qualification, to be spent on anything from training fees to equipment or study fees. Any sports performer willing and able to represent Hawke’s Bay or New Zealand can apply.

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Anna Kelland (Bachelor of Viticulture & Wine Science) and Jess Te Moananui (Bachelor of Social Work) Year 13 Scholarships Recipients 2019

Year 13 Degree Scholarships are available for: ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■

Bachelor of Arts (Māori) Bachelor of Business Studies Bachelor of Computing Systems Bachelor of Māori Visual Arts (Te Toi o Ngā Rangi) Bachelor of Nursing Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science Bachelor of Social Work Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood Education) Bachelor of Teaching (Primary) Bachelor of Creative Practice Bachelor of Viticulture Bachelor of Wine Science

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UNDERSTANDING QUALIFICATIONS Programmes & Courses

A programme results in a qualification and consists of a number of courses. Some programmes consist of compulsory courses while others have a selection of elective courses, or a combination.

Credits

Courses consist of credits, and when a course is successfully completed, the credits will be counted towards the qualification. One credit usually equals 10-12 hours of learning.

Levels

Entry Criteria

Levels indicate the depth of knowledge and complexity of skills required. The higher the level, the more complex the concepts and skill sets. In New Zealand, the levels progress from Level 1 to Level 10. See below for general entry criteria, however most programmes have further entry requirements. Please check specific entry criteria in the relevant programme information at eit.ac.nz.

Short Courses

Don't generally result in formal qualifications. Find out more at shortcourse.eit.ac.nz

Certificate

Levels 1 - 4 | 12 weeks - 2 years Provides an introduction to a subject and may be a pathway to higher level study. Entry Criteria: Open entry - NCEA Level 3

Diploma

Levels 4 - 6 | 1 - 2 years | 120 credits

Bachelor Degree

Level 7 | 3 - 4 years | 360 credits (Honours: Level 8 | 480 credits)

Graduate Certificate Graduate Diploma

Level 7 | 6 months - 2 years | Certificate: 60 credits, diploma | 120 credits This allows a degree graduate to study further courses at the same level as their degree but in a different, or additional, specialisation.

Entry Criteria: NCEA Level 2 or Level 3

Entry Criteria: University Entrance

Entry Criteria: Bachelor Degree

Postgraduate Certificate Postgraduate Diploma

Level 8 | 6 months - 1 year | Certificate: 60 credits, diploma | 120 credits Postgraduate study extends knowledge and skills after completing a bachelor's degree, and prepares students for independent research. Entry Criteria: Bachelor Degree

Master Degree

Levels 9 and above | 1.5 - 2 years | 120 - 240 credits A master's degree qualifies individuals who apply an advanced body of knowledge in a range of contexts for research, a pathway for further learning, professional practice. Entry Criteria: Bachelor Degree

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BEAUTY Te Kura Kaupapa Hauora, HÄ kinakina

"EIT was an amazing experience for me." "I wouldn't be the beauty therapist I am today without the support I got from my tutors." Kacee Subritzky Diploma of Beauty & Body Therapy EIT graduate

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BEAUTY

BEAUTY THERAPY In today’s busy, stressful world, beauty therapists have people’s happiness and well-being in their hands. EIT’s programmes will give you all the skills you need for a rewarding career in the beauty industry. Plus you’ll get hands-on experience looking after real clients at “Refresh” - EITs on-campus beauty therapy clinic, using the latest equipment. You’ll start by learning about skincare, makeup techniques and customer service, before progressing to varied beauty therapy treatments, including eyelash extensions, spray tanning, nail treatments and facials. Advance to the diploma and gain more skills in advanced treatments - skincare, spa treatments and electrolysis.

YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES After completing any one of these programmes, your skills could find you working in makeup and skin care retail, beauty therapy clinics, day spas or even on a cruise ship.

To find out more check out beauty.eit.ac.nz

NZ Certificate in Foundation Skills (Styling) [Level 2]

FEE FREE

Get introduced to a range of subject areas and practical skills in hairdressing, beauty therapy or health and wellbeing. You could then go on to further studies in any of these areas. Activities are hands-on and will include theory designed to teach goal setting, communication skills and numeracy within a styling context. Practical and theory tasks are combined and embedded throughout all aspects of the programme with a view to providing a foundation for further study or employment. Length 17 weeks full-time

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

Fee FREE

Hawke's Bay

NZ Certificate in Makeup and Skin Care [Level 3] If you’re interested in learning all the essentials about skin care and makeup this certificate is the one for you. You’ll learn all the latest makeup techniques, as well as be able to advise people on their skin, and the products that’ll make them look and feel wonderful!

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Length 17 weeks full-time*

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

$3,600 per year (approx)

Hawke's Bay

Part-time study available

NZ Certificate in Beauty Therapy [Level 4] Do you want to help people to feel great? You'll learn all the skills needed to begin working in a beauty therapy clinic. Learn how to do beauty treatments like eye lash extensions, spray tanning, massage and facials. On successful completion of the NZ Certificate in Beauty Therapy, students can progress to the NZ Diploma in Beauty Therapy.

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Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

$6,400 per year (approx)

Hawke's Bay

Part-time study available

NZ Diploma in Beauty Therapy [Level 5] Do you want to travel the world, working in an exotic spa or a cruise ship? Advance your skills from the NZ Certificate in Beauty Therapy with spa treatments, nutritional advice, advanced skin treatments and electrical therapies to enhance people’s appearance and make them feel fantastic.

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Campus

$8,900 per year (approx)

Hawke's Bay

Part-time study available Want to know more? Visit beauty.eit.ac.nz for more details & to check full entry requirements.

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BUSINESS Te Kura Kaupapa Kaipakihi

"I chose EIT because I knew it was a friendly and welcoming place" "I could get on with my studies in a supportive environment, I like how easy it is to fit in. Within the first few weeks of my business diploma I knew I was on the right path." Hannah Cochrane Bachelor of Business Studies EIT student

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BUSINESS

BUSINESS

REAL LIFE | REAL LEARNING | REAL BUSINESS

EIT's School of Business is proud of its recent programme innovations. You can start your learning when it suits you as there are four start points per year. Assessments have been redesigned to better match real world situations - and there are fewer exams! Our programmes are closely connected to the business and wider community so they are relevant and will help you build your networks for the future.

YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES In this highly competitive world, businesses and organisations need people with skills and knowledge that can give them an edge. Opportunities for qualified business people include starting your own business, working in private companies, government and not-for-profit sectors.

Master in Applied Management

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Post-Graduate

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Post-Graduate

Graduate Diploma in

Business 1 year*

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Bachelor of Business Studies Levels 5-7 3 years* NZ Diploma in

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Business Level 5 1 year*

for most Year 13 school leavers

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Certificate in Applied Management Level 8 | Two terms*

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Diploma in Applied Management

See programme pages for details Level 4

See programme pages for details Level 3

See programme pages for details Level 2

BUSINESS QUALIFICATION PATHWAY

To find out more check out business.eit.ac.nz

Part-time study available

Want to know more? Visit business.eit.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.

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NZ Certificate in Retail (Customer Service and Sales Support) [Level 2] Get a head start in the retail industry and acquire practical skills like creating attention-grabbing displays and helping customers. The retail industry is a dynamic career choice, so learn to give outstanding customer service with confidence and take advantage of the number of jobs available to people with the right skills.

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Start date March and August

Fee

Campus

Fee FREE

Hastings Regional Learning Centre

Part-time study available

NZ Certificate in Business (Administration and Technology) [Level 3] This programme is ideal if you want to work in office administration. It gives you the essential skills and knowledge to work or gain employment, in a wide range of supervised general office administration roles, in a variety of sectors. These may include: receptionist, data entry operator, front line customer service role, call or contact centre operator, secretary or office support worker. Great administrators are at the heart of a well-run office and this programme gives you the skills you need to take on the responsibility.

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Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

$2,900 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay

Part-time study available. Online delivery available via TANZ see page 29

NZ Certificate in Business (Accounting Support Services) [Level 4] This programme sets the foundations of good practice, and a solid understanding of common but necessary accounting functions including Xero, Payroll, GST and FBT. The purpose of this qualification is to provide New Zealand business with people who can carry out a broad range of accounting support services in a range of accounting support roles. Length 6 months full-time

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

$2,900 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay

NZ Diploma in Business [Level 5] This programme is practically orientated. It will stimulate you and it will provide you with the skills and knowledge that 21st century businesses are looking for. You can choose to specialise in either accounting or leadership and management. Once completed, you can progress directly to the second year of the Bachelor of Business Studies.

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Start date February, May, July and October

Fee

Campus

$5,500 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay, Tairāwhiti

Part-time study available. Online delivery available via TANZ see page 29

Bachelor of Business Studies [Level 7] This degree will give you a strong foundation in business and help you gain the skills today’s employers demand. You’ll benefit from a wide-ranging business education with plenty of practical experience. You can choose to specialise with majors in accounting, management, marketing or the double major of management and marketing. Small classes and experienced staff means you’ll get the right level of support to show employers you mean business. This programme distinguishes itself by being practically orientated and having a work-based project element for real-world learning.

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Length 3 years full-time*

Start date February, May, July and October

Fee

Campus

$5,500 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay or Tairāwhiti

Part-time study available

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FEE FREE


BUSINESS

Graduate Diploma in Business [Level 7] The Graduate Diploma in Business is designed for graduates who wish to update their knowledge or change direction. This qualification is suitable for business and non-business graduates as well as professionals who need business knowledge to progress in their chosen career. Endorsements include: ■■ Management ■■ Human resource management ■■ Unendorsed ■■ Accounting ■■ Logistics and supply chain ■■ Entrepreneurship ■■ Sales and marketing Those with significant business experience but needing certification should also apply.

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Length 1 year full-time*

Start date February, May, July and October

Fee

Campus

$5,500 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay

Part-time study available

Graduate Diploma in Professional Accounting [Level 7] If you have already completed a degree in business studies, this programme will enable you to meet all academic requirements for membership of Chartered Accountants Australia New Zealand (CAANZ) and CPA Australia. This programme prepares you for provisional membership of either professional body. You must have completed a business degree with a strong component of accounting. If you have a business degree with a major other than in accounting, you are welcome to apply, but you must liaise with the programme coordinator before enrolment.

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Length 1 year full-time*

Start date February, May, July and October

Fee

Campus

$5,500 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay

Part-time study available

Annika Hoitink (left) EIT School of Business student worked with Amanda Liddle, ExportNZ Hawke’s Bay at the Hawke’s Bay Business Hub

Want to know more? Visit business.eit.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.

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Postgraduate Certificate in Applied Management [Level 8] This programme enables those who have completed a degree in business, or similar, to achieve a postgraduate level qualification in applied management. The certificate is also a direct entry path into postgraduate study for New Zealand residents who have significant industry and/or life experience, but who have not completed an undergraduate qualification. You will need to have completed either a degree in business or a related area (or equivalent qualification), or have significant industry and/or life experience.

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Length 6 months full-time*

Start date February, May, July and October

Fee

Campus

$3,700 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay or online with an on-campus component

Up to 2 years part-time (blended delivery)

Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Management [Level 8] This programme will support your development as a self-employed practitioner, or your career in domestic and/or international organisations across a broad range of industries and agencies. The areas include finance, markets, people and culture, planning, technology, innovation, globalisation, sustainability and the management of small to medium-sized enterprises. You need to have either completed a degree in business or a related area (or equivalent qualification) or the Postgraduate Certificate in Applied Management [Level 8]. Length 1 year full-time* Fee *

$900 per 15 credit Level 8 course, $1,800 per 30 credit Level 8 course, $2,700 per 45 credit Level 9 course (approx)

Start date February, May, July and October Campus

Hawke’s Bay or online with an on-campus component

Up to 4 years part-time (blended delivery)

Master in Applied Management [Level 9] Further develop your skills as a self-employed practitioner, or your career in domestic and/or international organisations across a broad range of industries and agencies. The areas include domestic and international markets, marketing, financial and cost management, leadership, performing business in a multi-cultural environment, strategic planning and strategic management, corporate planning, managing and controlling different types of technology, innovation and entrepreneurship, consultancy, operations and business in the global world, sustainable business, and research in industry and business. You need to have completed a business degree or a Postgraduate Diploma in Business or similar. Specific situations will also be given consideration. 18 months full-time (or 6 months if you already have Length EIT's Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Management)* Fee *

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$900 per 15 credit Level 8 course, $1,800 per 30 credit Level 8 course, $2,700 per 45 credit Level 9 course (approx)

Start date February, May, July and October

Campus

Hawke’s Bay or online with an on-campus component

Up to 6 years part-time (blended delivery)

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TANZ ONLINE

TANZ eCAMPUS Gain industry-recognised education through flexible online study at TANZ eCampus. Brought to you by several of New Zealand’s major tertiary education providers including EIT, TANZ is an alternative tertiary education service that is leading edge and puts your needs first. Study the way you want to - all TANZ programmes are able to be studied part-time and have flexible start dates. This means you have the freedom to choose when to study and how to make your programme meet your requirements. You will be supported by your own personal advisor who will follow you through your learning journey, helping you along the way to reach your study goals.

To find out more check out online.eit.ac.nz

Business NZ Certificate in Business (Introduction to Small Business) [Level 3 & 4]

Prepare to start a small business – identify and assess the opportunities and requirements for small businesses. This programme will prepare you well for small business in New Zealand.

NZ Certificate in Business (Introduction to Team Leadership) [Level 3]

Become a team leader with the confidence you need to succeed. Take your first step to management by gaining the skills and most importantly the confidence to give direction, feedback and motivation.

NZ Certificate in Business (Administration and Technology) [Level 3 & 4]

The administration team is often the oil that ensures the smooth running of a business or organisation. It takes systems' knowledge and expertise to provide great service to the rest of the team and increase productivity. You will learn the finer points of delivering great administrative support to your organisation.

NZ Certificate in Project Management [Level 4]

So you want to move into project management? Arm yourself with the knowledge and skills to lead, plan and execute a project with confidence. Learn the complex techniques to successful project management and develop your planning and problem solving skills.

NZ Certificate in Business (First Line Management) [Level 4]

Become a leader who motivates and inspires a team. Managing a team is all about having the confidence and the techniques to lead effectively. Gain the selfassurance to be a great leader. This programme will give you the systems and tools to lead in a capable and confident manner and the motivation to take your career in management to the next level.

NZ Diploma in Business [Level 5]

Advance yourself – gain the tools you require to be a great business person. Specialise in leadership and management, accounting, administration and technology, human resource, sales and marketing or project management.

Computing NZ Certificate in Information Technology Essentials [Level 4]

Take the first step to a new career. It’s not always easy to change direction or start afresh but the rewards can be powerful. If you have decided that a new career in IT is just what you need, then this certificate will provide the first building block of your new career.

Teaching NZ Certificate in Adult and Tertiary Teaching [Level 5]

If you aspire to teach and want a career in adult and tertiary teaching or training, this is a fantastic qualification to set you on your teaching career path.

NZ Certificate in Adult Literacy and Numeracy Education [Level 5]

If you are a teaching practitioner and want to develop your skills in teaching numeracy and literacy to adult learners, this qualification is for you. Gain the tools to teach reading, writing and numeracy to adult learners.

Want to know more? Visit online.eit.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.

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COMPUTING

Te Kura PĹŤkenga Rorohiko

“Thanks to EIT I got the job and I'm loving it." "EIT has given me so many new opportunities and I've found a job that I love. The support from EIT was amazing." Zoe Gordon Bachelor of Computing Systems EIT graduate Junior Business Analyst at Health Hawke's Bay

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COMPUTING

COMPUTING Looking for a serious computing qualification? At EIT you can gain a practical qualification designed to help you gain employment in the IT industry. Most EIT diploma programmes and the Bachelor of Computing Systems include industry-based placements or internships which often lead to permanent employment.

YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES As an in-demand IT graduate you can take your skills anywhere in the world; be well paid and work in a fast-paced and constantly evolving industry. There’s a huge variety of jobs, and your choices include business/systems analyst, database development and administration, developer/ programmer, hardware engineering, network engineering, software engineer, help desk and IT support, networks and systems administration, Internet of Things integrator and data analyst.

To find out more check out computing.eit.ac.nz

NZ Certificate in Computing (User Fundamentals) [Level 2]

FEE FREE

Computer skills will help you get a job, a promotion and earn more money. If you would like to gain these skills, then this is a great programme to start with. This programme uses the Microsoft Office suite of software (Word, Excel, Publisher and PowerPoint) to provide you with foundation computing skills essential for employment and future study. Length 1 year part-time workbook based

Start date February, May, July and October

Fee

Campus

Fee FREE

Hawke’s Bay, Tairāwhiti, Hastings, Waipukurau, Wairoa, Maraenui or study from home anywhere in New Zealand

NZ Certificate in Computing (Intermediate User) [Level 3]

FEE FREE

Balance your family life, work and other commitments comfortably while building on your introductory skills of the Microsoft Suite (Word and Excel) plus learn to use Access database web design skills. You’ll be given finish dates to complete each course then it’s really up to when and where you do the work. As a graduate you’ll be capable of using a range of common digital tools and technologies to an intermediate level. You must have a basic knowledge of computing, or successfully completed the NZ Certificate in Computing (User Fundamentals) [Level 2]. Length 1 year part-time workbook based

Start date February, May, July and October

Fee

Campus

Fee FREE

Hawke’s Bay, Tairāwhiti, Hastings, Waipukurau, Wairoa, Maraenui or study from home anywhere in New Zealand

NZ Certificate in Business (Administration and Technology) [Level 3] Great administrators are at the heart of a well-run office and this programme gives you the skills you need to take on the responsibility. This programme is ideal if you want to work in office administration. It gives you the essential skills and knowledge to work or gain employment, in a wide range of supervised general office administration roles in a variety of sectors. These may include: receptionist, data entry operator, front line customer service role, call or contact centre operator, secretary or an office support worker.

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Length 6 months full-time*

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

$2,900 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay

Part-time study available. Online delivery available via TANZ see page 29

Want to know more? Visit computing.eit.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.

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NZ Certificate in Information Technology Essentials [Level 4] Fancy a career in New Zealand’s best-paid industry? IT qualifications are in high demand not just locally but worldwide. A computing career can take you wherever you want to go. This certificate is ideal if you are a school-leaver without University Entrance or just want to get started in IT with the aim of progressing further in study and your career.

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Length 6 months full-time*

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

$3,300 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay or Tairāwhiti

Part-time study available. Online delivery available via TANZ see page 29.

NZ Certificate in Information Technology [Level 5] Carry on along the digital skills pathway to your IT future. This programme involves stimulating technology studies and provides you with a pathway towards a professional qualification in the computing industry, such as a Bachelor of Computing Systems (BCS).

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Length 6 months full-time*

Start date July

Fee

Campus

$3,100 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay or Tairāwhiti

Part-time study available. Blended delivery - on-campus and online.

Bachelor of Computing Systems [Level 7] Your IT future starts here. Develop a sound knowledge of computer hardware, data communications, information systems and data analytics, IT management, networking, software development and systems analysis, and design. Join the global phenomenon of emerging Internet of Things technology - EIT now offers a new major called Intelligent Systems (Automation, Internet of Things, Machine Vision and Artificial Intelligence). This degree will give you an understanding of, and the ability to develop, high quality computing solutions and an appreciation of the processes and practices necessary to meet the demands of a professional career in the fast moving computer world. You will undertake a major industry-based project or internship, which provides an opportunity for you to demonstrate your potential to employers and provides a taste of “real world” computing.

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Length 3 years full-time*

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

$6,800 per year (approx) depending on course selection

Part-time study available

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COMPUTING

Graduate Diploma in Information Technology [Level 7] Gain advanced technical skills and insight so you can adapt to technological changes and meet the challenging demands of the IT world. Your new skill set will enhance an existing qualification from another field and put you in good stead within your current or future workplace. You must have a bachelor degree or equivalent qualification.

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Length 1 year full-time*

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

$6,200 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay

Part-time study available

Postgraduate Diploma in Information Technology [Level 8] Enhance your employment opportunities in the IT sector where there are recognised skills shortages in New Zealand and internationally. This programme is designed to produce IT strategists who are able to think critically, and apply high level skills in the IT field appropriate to a wide range of situations. This diploma will also introduce you to research and allow you to integrate and apply your current IT industry experience to get recognition and gain a higher qualification. You must have a computing degree, equivalent IT qualification or IT experience.

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Length 1 year full-time*

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

$1,200 per 15 credits

Hawke’s Bay

Part-time study available

Master of Information Technology [Level 9] IT qualifications are in high demand. Further your IT knowledge - this qualification is designed to produce graduates that can think critically and have a number of high level skills in the IT field which can be applied to a range of situations, along with a proven ability to undertake research and develop strategic outcomes. Programmes are industry driven and allow you to bring your existing IT experience into the classroom integrate and develop your existing knowledge or work experience to gain a higher qualification, that is industry relevant and can be embedded into your current IT role. You must have an computing degree, equivalent IT qualification, significant IT experience or a postgraduate diploma in IT with a B pass or higher.

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Length

18 months full-time (or 6 months if you already have EIT's Postgraduate Diploma in Information Technology)*

Start date February and July

Fee

$2,300 per 30 credits, $3,500 per 45 credits

Campus

Hawke’s Bay

Part-time study available

Want to know more? Visit computing.eit.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE Te Puna Reo Ingarihi

"My teachers are amazing." "When I started my course I couldn’t speak English at all. My teachers here are amazing! After studying English language at EIT for just 7 months I was able to speak and communicate with people without any difficulty." Battulga Sergelem General English EIT graduate

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE

ENGLISH LANGUAGE Learning English can open doors to work, study and friendship. At EIT you’ll be able to improve your English in well-equipped classrooms, where the focus is on interaction and conversation. You’ll learn to ‘live the language’ as you develop your skills, taught by highly qualified and experienced teachers. You’ll make full use of EIT’s Language Laboratory, where the focus is on helping you become fluent in English. EIT is a registered British Council IELTS Testing Centre offering exams throughout the year.

YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Reading, writing, listening to and speaking English effectively and confidently benefits you, no matter what your job or career. Being proficient in English helps create opportunities. In any workplace it’s important to communicate, and having a good command of English will help you, now and in the future.

To find out more check out english.eit.ac.nz

New Zealand Certificates in English Language (NZCEL) [Level 1Foundation - 5]

FEE FREE*

Improve your English or prepare for study. As well as being in the classroom, you will go on study visits in Hawke’s Bay. From Level 3 up, you may be able to go on to further study without having to complete an IELTS test. Length

16 weeks per qualification full-time

Fee

*Fee FREE for Permanent Residents studying Level 1F, 1 - 2. $2,800 (approx) Level 3 - 5. General = $2,800 (approx). Academic = $2,800 (approx).

Start date February and July

Campus Hawke’s Bay

General English Short Course For students who wish to study for different time periods to NZCEL and who do not require a qualification. Length Various Fee

Start date

Various start dates

Campus Hawke’s Bay

$180 (approx) per week.

IELTS Preparation Programme (Evening Classes) This will improve your English, your skills to take tests and familiarise you with the IELTS test format. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS It is best if you have an intermediate or higher level of English, or are in NZCEL Level 3 or higher. Length 8 weeks part-time Fee

Start date

Various start dates

Campus Hawke’s Bay

Evening Class: 4 hours per week. $240 (approx). Exam (if applicable): $385.

English for Living Classes [Level 1 & 2]

FEE FREE*

Do you want to improve your English? The Level 1 and 2 courses will help you use English in daily life and improve your conversation skills. Length 9 - 10 weeks part-time Fee

Start date

Various start dates

Campus Hawke’s Bay

*Fee FREE for Permanent Residents

Want to know more? Visit english.eit.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.

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HAIRDRESSING Te Kura Kaupapa Hauora, HÄ kinakina

"I love that we can celebrate our culture in our learning." "I can show my culture through the hairstyles that I am working on, it is very inspiring for me when I'm working in the EIT hair salon." Luisa Iosefo NZ Certificate of Hairdressing (Emerging Stylist) EIT student

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HAIRDRESSING

HAIRDRESSING Here’s your chance to earn a qualification that will help you get ahead in hairdressing. You'll start by learning skills for hair styling, colouring, cutting, shampoo techniques and more. In year two you'll demand attention with your advanced creative skills in colouring, long and short hairstyling, haircutting techniques, perming and lots more. You’ll train in EIT's commercial training salon "Elite", and gain skills working with real clients under the guidance of expert lecturers.

YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Show your true style and follow your passion - there are lots of opportunities for qualified hairdressers. You could create a career in local salons or head further afield, or perhaps have your own salon. For a professional stylist with a flair for hair, anything is possible.

To find out more check out hair.eit.ac.nz

NZ Certificate in Foundation Skills (Styling) [Level 2]

FEE FREE

Get introduced to a range of subject areas and practical skills in hairdressing, beauty therapy or health and wellbeing. You could then go on to further studies in any of these areas. Activities are hands-on and will include theory designed to teach goal setting, communication skills and numeracy within a styling context. Practical and theory tasks are combined and embedded throughout all aspects of the programme with a view to providing a foundation for further study or employment. Length 17 weeks full-time*

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

Fee FREE

Hawke's Bay

NZ Certificate in Hairdressing (Salon Support) [Level 3] Get practical skills backed up by theoretical knowledge using project based learning. From simple blow waves to fashion-focused colouring techniques, you can get creative! This certificate will equip you with the skills and techniques to set you on the path to becoming a professional stylist. On completion, students can progress into the NZ Certificate in Hairdressing (Emerging Stylist) [Level 4].

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Length 1 year full-time*

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

$8,100 (approx)

Hawke's Bay

Part-time study available

NZ Certificate in Barber Skills [Level 3] Sharpen your barbering skills in EIT’s commercial salon barber shop. From modern fades to beard trims to classic short cuts, EIT’s Certificate in Barber Skills will set you on the path to becoming a professional barber. Learn barbering practice and theory from skilled professionals and open up your career opportunities in an exciting, creative industry.

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Length 1 year full-time*

Start date February

Fee

Campus

$8,500 (approx)

Hawke's Bay

Part-time study available

NZ Certificate in Hairdressing (Emerging Stylist) [Level 4] Develop your creativity and skills using project based learning in a salon environment to prepare to be an emerging stylist in the industry. Gain knowledge of complex long and short hair styling suitable for balls, weddings and formal occasions and creative styles for competition work! Learn haircutting techniques using scissors, razor and clippers, perming techniques, advanced fashion focused colouring techniques, advanced hair and scalp conditions, treatments and reception skills.

*

Length 1 year full-time*

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

$7,800 (approx)

Hawke's Bay

Part-time study available for students working in industry Want to know more? Visit hair.eit.ac.nz for more details & to check full entry requirements.

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HEALTH & SPORT SCIENCE Te Kura Kaupapa Hauora, HÄ kinakina

"EIT helped me gain insights into the sport science field." "I've learnt lots - definitely developed my skills and knowledge in sport. The experience has been great, I'd recommend EIT to anyone.� Jobey Pomare Bachelor of Recreation and Sport EIT graduate

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HEALTH & SPORT SCIENCE

COMMUNITY HEALTH & WELLNESS Qualified health professionals make a positive difference to New Zealand. At EIT there are many interesting study areas for you to choose from as part of our health and wellness programmes. You can study general health, disability and aged support, work and life skills (supported learning), mental health and addiction support. EIT’s community health and wellness programmes mix study, practical experience and theory. You’ll study on campus, and also get experience through workplace placement in a wide range of community organisations.

YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES There are many highly rewarding jobs and careers working in community development, for not-for-profit or sports organisations, disability providers, addiction and support services, rest homes and residential community facilities.

To find out more check out health.eit.ac.nz

NZ Certificate in Skills for Living [Level 1] Supported Learning Programme

FEE FREE

(Including a strand in Skills for Working) Develop and improve practical skills that will assist in independence for learning, working and living, enabling you to take a more active role in employment and the community. The two year New Zealand Certificate in Skills for Living (including strand in Skills for Working) programme provides vocational and community skills for people who require intensive support with their learning. Length 2 years full-time

Start date February

Fee

Campus

Fee FREE

Hawke’s Bay

NZ Certificate in Health and Wellbeing (Support Work) [Level 3] Do you want to develop the skills to enable you to enable others? In this certificate you’ll be caring for and supporting children, adolescents and the elderly when they need it most. You could end up working in a hospital, or in a residential or community setting. When you’ve completed this certificate you’ll have the knowledge and confidence to care for a range of people in the community.

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Length 17 weeks (3 days per week)*

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

$950 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay or Tairāwhiti Waipukurau or Wairoa (subject to demand)

Part-time study available - 1 day per week for those working or volunteering in industry

NZ Certificate in Health and Wellbeing (Advanced Support) [Level 4] Do you want to further develop your health and support skills? This certificate is for people who have successfully completed a relevant Level 3 qualification and are currently employed in the support sector. This may include supporting people living with complex needs, palliative care, advanced dementia and support staff who are leading teams after hours or on weekends. Must have completed a relevant Level 3 qualification and be working or volunteering in the industry.

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Length 17 weeks (1 day per week)*

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

$960 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay or Tairāwhiti Waipukurau or Wairoa (subject to demand)

Part-time study available

Want to know more? Visit health.eit.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.

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MENTAL HEALTH & ADDICTION NZ Certificate in Health and Wellbeing (Social and Community Services) [Level 4] (Including a strand in Mental Health and Addiction Support) Mental health and addiction support workers provide a variety of services in a diverse range of residential and community settings, working with people who experience addictions, mental illness or disability, as well as their families and whānau. This qualification provides the first step towards a career in mental health and addiction.

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Length 1 year full-time*

Start date February

Fee

Campus

$6,100 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay or Tairāwhiti**

Part-time study available **must be working or volunteering in relevant industry

NZ Diploma in Health and Wellbeing (Applied Practice) [Level 5] Develop a high level of skills and competence in mental health and addiction support work. This is ideal for mental health and addiction support workers who have more seniority in the workplace, carry a higher level of responsibility and engage in more complex relationships with their clients. You are expected to be already working or volunteering in this sector in order to complete the practical component of this programme, and normally will have completed a Certificate in Mental Health and Addiction Support, NZ Certificate in Health and Wellbeing (Social and Community Services), mental health support work and/or an equivalent programme in social services.

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Length 1 year full-time*

Start date February

Fee

Campus

$6,400 (approx)**

Hawke’s Bay

Part-time study available You may qualify for a Ministry of Health training grant to reimburse some fee costs. **

NZ Diploma in Addiction Studies (Applied) [Level 6] Develop your level of skill and competence a step further in mental health support work. This is suitable for mental health support workers who want to work in the addiction sector and those who want to build on their own relevant experience and gain, or be recognised for, the specialist knowledge and skills. You are expected to be already working or volunteering in this sector in order to complete the practical component of this programme, and normally will have completed a Certificate in Mental Health and Addiction Support, NZ Certificate in Health and Wellbeing (Social and Community Services), mental health support work and/ or an equivalent programme in social services.

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Length 1 year full-time*

Start date February

Fee

Campus

$6,400 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay or Tairāwhiti (subject to demand)

Part-time study available

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HEALTH & SPORT SCIENCE

RELAXATION & REMEDIAL MASSAGE Get first-hand experience with EIT’s relaxation and remedial massage programmes. You can enter the wellness and relaxation programme to learn the foundation skills of massage therapy including relaxation massage techniques for all ages. You can then progress into the new NZ Diploma in Remedial Massage (subject to enrolments) and learn specialist techniques including neuromuscular therapy, trigger point massage, identifying dysfunction in clients and more. EIT’s massage clinic “Revive” gives you the opportunity to work with the public so you can practice your skills in a working clinic with your lecturers on-hand to help you.

YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Students will gain the experience they need in the simulated workplace of EIT's "Revive" clinic to gain employment in a highly rewarding industry. Employment opportunities are available in a variety of healthcare, sport and recreation, and beauty therapy settings.

To find out more check out massage.eit.ac.nz

NZ Diploma in Wellness and Relaxation Massage [Level 5] Develop your skills to work in the field of wellness and relaxation massage. Communicate and work with remedial massage therapists, allied health, wellness and medical professionals for those specialist services. You could then progress to the NZ Diploma in Remedial Massage [Level 6]. Length 1 year full-time

Start date February

Fee

Campus

$6,400 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay

NZ Diploma in Remedial Massage [Level 6] Develop your skills in remedial massage. Graduates will be able to assess, plan, implement, and evaluate remedial massage therapy interventions to address musculoskeletal dysfunction. Communicate and work with allied health, wellness and medical professionals in specialist services. Prerequisite - NZ Diploma in Wellness and Relaxation Massage [Level 5] or equivalent.

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Length 1 year full-time*

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

$6,200 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay

Part-time study available. Programme offered subject to enrolments

Want to know more? Visit massage.eit.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.

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SPORT, RECREATION & EXERCISE Get a great career with EIT’s sport and exercise programmes. Introduce yourself to the industry with a NZ certificate in sport, recreation and exercise. The diploma and degree lets you develop important skills, including exercise physiology, nutrition and sports psychology. You’ll get experience in the superb Pettigrew.Green Arena in Hawke’s Bay and in local YMCA facilities in Tairāwhiti. The Pettigrew.Green Arena has a modern exercise science laboratory, lecture theatre, stadium, gym and massage clinic.

YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES EIT's programmes in sport, health and exercise can open the door to a variety of exciting and rewarding careers. Graduates can work in a diverse range of roles from health, exercise and conditioning in the gym environment, to sports performance, rehabilitation and lifestyle change in the wider health industry.

To find out more check out sport.eit.ac.nz

NZ Certificate in Sport Coaching* [Level 3] Are you involved in coaching and want to improve your skills as you go? This programme is designed to develop your knowledge and skills during the sporting season - working to create a positive environment, apply basic injury prevention techniques, improve player skills, game play and coaching techniques while managing groups and sideline behaviour. Length 17 weeks part-time*

Start date Various start dates

Fee

Campus

TBA

Hawke’s Bay - online with on-campus component

* This programme is not designed for coaches of high performance athletes.

NZ Certificate in Sport, Recreation and Exercise (Multi-sector) [Level 3] Get an introduction to anatomy, programme writing and various aspects of the health and fitness industry. You will learn practical skills, initially with an individual focus, and as the programme continues, the focus shifts to working with clients and then working with group exercise. You could go on to gain employment in the health and exercise industry or continue on to higher level study. Length 17 weeks full-time

Start date February

Fee

Campus

$3,000 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay or Tairāwhiti (subject to demand)

EXERCISE TRAINING NZ Certificate in Exercise [Level 4] This certificate provides the skills and knowledge to design and deliver exercise programmes within a framework of health and wellness. The programme focuses on providing individual and community needs to enhance the cultural, social and economic wellbeing of the people of Aotearoa New Zealand. Length 17 weeks full-time

Start date February, July

Fee

Campus

$3,000 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay or Tairāwhiti (subject to demand)

NZ Certificate in Exercise [Level 5] Design and implement advanced exercise programmes and develop industry networks by creating a professional identity. Grow your knowledge of nutrition and skills to motivate clients. Length 17 weeks full-time

Start date February, July

Fee

Campus

$3,700 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay or Tairāwhiti (subject to demand)

Subject to approval and accreditation.

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HEALTH & SPORT SCIENCE Official education partners

SPORT & EXERCISE SCIENCE NZ Diploma in Sport, Recreation and Exercise [Level 5] Do you like being involved in sport and exercise? Do you want to help people improve their physical wellbeing and sporting ability without committing to degree-level study? Then this diploma is for you. Get a foot in the door to the vibrant and people-oriented sport, health and fitness industries. You will learn how the human body is structured and how it functions so you can plan and organise exercise programmes for a wide range of people. Length 1 year full-time

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

$7,400 per year (approx)

Hawke’s Bay or Tairāwhiti (subject to demand)

Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science [Level 7] Want to turn your passion for sport and exercise into a career packed full of physical activity? With a degree in sport and exercise science that’s exactly what you’ll get as you immerse yourself in sports development and research, performance and management. You could find yourself in a gym, a sports science lab, or out on the field coaching or managing individuals and teams as they strive to be the best they can in the sport and exercise world. You’ll acquire a wide range of skills for communicating, negotiating, researching and problem-solving with people from all walks of life, from the serious sports professional to the casual gym-goer. Length 3 years full-time

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

$7,400 per year (approx)

Hawke’s Bay

Want to know more? Visit sport.eit.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.

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HEALTH SCIENCE Postgraduate Certificate in Health Science [Level 8] The health science postgraduate programmes at EIT offer a selection of courses designed to meet the needs of health practitioners, health managers and other allied healthcare professionals whose practice has a focus on health. Credit achieved in the Postgraduate Certificate and Diploma in Health Science can be used to contribute toward a Master of Health Science. The Postgraduate Certificate in Health Science is normally comprised of two 30 credit courses. Courses offered may change, but examples include:

■■ Health Promotion ■■ Health Management ■■ Health Psychology

■■ Māori and Indigenous Health ■■ Child Health and Family ■■ Exercise for Special Populations

Length 6 months full-time* Fee *

■■ Nutrition for Special Populations

Start date February or July (depending on course selection)

$1,850 per 30 credit course (approx)

Campus

Blended learning or by distance with an on-campus component in Hawke's Bay

Part-time study available

Postgraduate Diploma in Health Science [Level 8] The health science postgraduate programmes at EIT offer a selection of courses designed to meet the needs of health practitioners, health managers and other allied healthcare professionals whose practice has a focus on health. Credit achieved in the Postgraduate Certificate and Diploma in Health Science can be used to contribute toward a Master of Health Science. The Postgraduate Diploma in Health Science is normally comprised of four 30 credit courses. Courses offered may change, but examples include:

■■ Health Promotion ■■ Health Management ■■ Health Psychology

■■ Māori and Indigenous Health ■■ Child Health and Family ■■ Nutrition for Special Populations

Length 1 year full-time* Fee *

$1,850 per 30 credit course (approx)

■■ Exercise for Special Populations

Start date February or July (depending on course selection) Campus

Blended learning or by distance with an on-campus component in Hawke's Bay

Part-time study available

Master of Health Science [Level 9] The Master of Health Science is a 180 credit programme which provides the opportunity for health practitioners, health managers and allied healthcare professionals to advance and expand their knowledge and expertise within an interdisciplinary learning environment. Courses are designed around knowledge and research relating to key threads of health disparities and the global health needs of populations. The programme provides students with the opportunity to investigate the worldwide improvement of health, reduction of health disparities and protection against global threats from an international context. Credit achieved in the Postgraduate Certificate and Diploma in Health Science can be used to contribute toward a Master of Health Science. In the final stages of the programme Master of Health Science students can choose to complete either one 90 credit Thesis course, or two 30 credit courses culminating in an Independent Scholarly Project. Length 18 months full-time* Fee *

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$1,850 per 30 credit course (approx)

Start date February or July (depending on course selection) Campus

Blended learning or by distance with an on-campus component in Hawke's Bay

Part-time study available

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HOSPITALITY

Te Kura Kaupapa TÄ poi, Ringa Hora

"I learnt many ways to cook..." "Street food, preservation techniques, modernist cuisine and a 10 course degustation meal prepared me for a senior role in hospitality." Sanjith Chullikkattil-Gopinathan NZ Diploma in Cookery EIT graduate

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HOSPITALITY Welcome to some of New Zealand’s best hospitality programmes. EIT can equip you to become a hospitality professional, ready to take on a variety of roles. You’ll be given plenty of experience in EIT’s superb modern training and production kitchens. You’ll work in fully licensed training restaurants and cafés, where you’ll gain invaluable experience preparing and serving lunch and dinner for paying diners.

YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES You could become a barista, café owner, wait staff in a five-star hotel, or manage front of house operations. How about training to be a fully qualified chef, and working in a top restaurant? There are many exciting job and career opportunities, whether you choose to work close to home or overseas.

To find out more check out hospitality.eit.ac.nz.

NZ Certificate in Food and Beverage [Level 3] Café Services The café service programme enables graduates to start a career in the hospitality industry with a customer/guest service focus. Gain cookery skills and learn to prepare café style food. Length 14 weeks full-time

Start date January, April and August

Fee

Campus

$2,400 (approx)

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NZ Certificate in Food and Beverage [Level 3] Café and Restaurant Services Learn how to make exceptional customer service an everyday event in the hospitality industry as you learn how to create positive first impressions in hotel receptions, restaurants, cafés and bars. You can build upon these skills by continuing onto the Level 4 programme which focuses on professional restaurant service.

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Start date February and July

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HOSPITALITY

NZ Certificate in Food and Beverage [Level 4] Restaurant Services Pursue a professional career in the food and beverage industry with a focus on fantastic customer service. Develop specialised restaurant, bar and wine skills including wine and food matching plus a Bar Manager's Certificate. Length 18 weeks full-time

Start date July

Fee

Campus

$3,300 (approx)

Hawke's Bay

NZ Certificate in Cookery [Level 3] With New Zealand’s tourism sector booming, cafés and restaurants are demanding qualified staff. So, if you’re a foodie and enjoy cooking for others, why not make a career of it? This programme will introduce you to the skills you need to get a career working in commercial kitchens. NOTE: You will be required to cook with and consume all types of meat. If you are vegetarian, please talk to us before applying. Length 18 weeks full-time

Start date July

Fee

Campus

$3,600 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay or Tairāwhiti

NZ Certificate in Baking (Generalist) [Level 4] Develop a solid background of general bakery knowledge. Study is based on bakery techniques research, and its culinary specialties. Formal work experience in industry is an important part of the programme for building professional relationships and connections to employers. Length 1 year full-time

Start date March

Fee

Campus

$7,200 (approx)

Hawke's Bay or Tairāwhiti

Want to know more? Visit hospitality.eit.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.

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NZ Certificate in Cookery [Level 4] Do you want to become a chef? Undertake a one year journey starting with basic cooking and food preparation, and continue on to develop the skills to tempt and delight the taste buds of diners in fine dining restaurants locally, nationally, and internationally. You will also work towards internationally recognised City & Guilds qualifications. NOTE: You will be required to cook with and consume all types of meat. If you are vegetarian, please talk to us before applying. Length 1 year full-time

Start date March. NB: the prerequisite course, EIT Culinary Concepts, starts February (if required)

Fee

Campus

$7,800 (approx)

Hawke's Bay or TairÄ whiti

NZ Diploma in Cookery (Advanced) [Level 5] Gain a professional cookery qualification in the hospitality industry. You will be able to operate with some supervisory and management responsibilities in kitchen environments locally, nationally and internationally. This programme incorporates two specialised strands to choose from: Patisserie: including breads, pastry, desserts and cakes, OR Cookery: including global cuisine, modern cooking techniques, menu planning and costing, and charcuterie. NOTE: You will be required to cook with and consume all types of meat. If you are vegetarian, please talk to us before applying.

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Start date February

Fee

Campus

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$7,000 (approx)

Hawke's Bay

It's easy to enrol - go to hospitality.eit.ac.nz


"I was very proud..." "After seeing my very last collection on the catwalk, I was very proud of what I accomplished at EIT." Colleen Isaako NZ Diploma in Fashion EIT graduate 0800 22 55 348

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IDEASCHOOL IDEAschool educates imaginations. We embrace creativity in all its forms and teach qualifications across a range of creative disciplines including visual arts and design, music, fashion and screen production. Our programmes offer you a unique environment that brings together studio-based practical learning with critical thinking and professional skills. At IDEAschool, you become part of a creative community that nurtures you to become the artist, the designer, the musician, the filmmaker or the fashion extraordinaire that you were meant to be.

YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES The creative industries are the fastest growing economic sector world-wide. You could work as a graphic designer, art director, musician, filmmaker, fashion designer and in many other roles, or create a future as a fine artist. Our project-based programmes prepare you for real-world careers.

To find out more check out ideaschool.ac.nz The following diagram gives you a good idea of the pathways you can follow.

LEVEL 3

Combines : Screen Production - Music -Fashion - Art & Design 60 Credits L3 6 Months

LEVEL 4

Communication Media

Arts & Design

Screen Production - Music 60 Credits L 4 6 Months

Fashion - Art & Design 60 Credits L4 6 Months

LEVEL 5

NZ Diploma in Screen Production 120 credits L5

NZ Diploma in Music 120 credits L5

NZ Diploma in Arts & Design Bachelor of Creative Practice 120 credits L5

LEVEL 6

NZ Diploma in Arts & Design Bachelor of Creative Practice 120 credits L6

LEVEL 7

Bachelor of Creative Practice 120 credits L7

LEVEL 8

Bachelor of Professional Creative Practice (Hons) 120 credits L8

LEVEL 9

Master of Professional Creative Practice 60 credits L9

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NZ Diploma in Fashion 120 credits L5


IDEAschool te kura ahu taonga

NZ Certificate in Arts and Design [Level 3] Develop your creative skills and techniques through a series of projects in art and design, screen production, fashion and music. In semester two you can go on to the Level 4 certificate in either art & design and fashion or screen production and music.

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Length 19 weeks full-time*

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

$3,300 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay or Tairāwhiti (February start only)

Part-time study available

NZ Certificate in Arts and Design [Level 4] Develop your technique and practical skills with studio experience in art & design and fashion. Successful completion of this certificate will assist your application into the NZ Diploma in Art & Design [Level 5], the NZ Diploma in Fashion [Level 5] or the Bachelor of Creative Practice [Levels 5-7].

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Length 19 weeks full-time*

Start date

July

Fee

Campus

Hawke’s Bay or Tairāwhiti

$3,300 (approx)

Part-time study available

NZ Certificate in Communication Media [Level 4] Develop your knowledge and experience in screen production and music to expand your skills in filming, editing & audio techniques and music composition & production. Successful completion of this certificate will assist your application into the NZ Diploma in Screen Production [Level 5], the NZ Diploma in Music [Level 5] or the Bachelor of Creative Practice [Levels 5-7].

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Length 19 weeks full-time*

Start date

July

Fee

Campus

Hawke’s Bay

$3,300 (approx)

Part-time study available

NZ Diploma in Arts and Design [Level 5] Through engaging in a series of real world and in-house projects, utilising various creative disciplines including paint, sculpture, print, photography, graphic design and 3D design, you will get the skills, knowledge and attributes needed to think creatively and develop a career as a practicing creative. With your diploma completed successfully you can continue on to the Bachelor of Creative Practice. Length 1 year full-time

Start date February

Fee

Campus

$6,800 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay

NZ Diploma in Fashion [Level 5] This programme will introduce you to the bigger picture of the fashion industry and how it operates both locally and globally. The programme will have ‘real life’ opportunities with projects from the community and fashion industry. With your diploma completed successfully you can continue on to the Bachelor of Creative Practice. Length 1 year full-time

Start date February

Fee

Campus

$7,100 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay or Tairāwhiti

Want to know more? Visit ideaschool.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.

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John Norris (right) - NZ Diploma in Screen Production graduate & Harvey Godwin - NZ Diploma in Screen Production graduate

NZ Diploma in Music [Level 5] You will be developing your practical skills during individual and group projects to prepare you for a diverse and exciting career in the music industry. With your diploma completed successfully you can continue on to the Bachelor of Creative Practice. Length 1 year full-time

Start date February

Fee

Campus

$6,850 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay

NZ Diploma in Screen Production [Level 5] Build a career in the film industry. This programme gives students hands-on experience with camera, sound & editing equipment, and explores opportunities for working in film, TV, web & non-broadcast media. With your diploma completed successfully you can continue on to the Bachelor of Creative Practice. Length 1 year full-time

Start date February

Fee

Campus

$7,200 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay

NZ Diploma in Arts and Design [Level 6] Build on the skills and knowledge from the Level 5 diplomas, through engaging in a series of real-life and in-house projects. You will explore various creative disciplines including design, fashion, music, screen production and visual arts - this diploma teaches the skills, knowledge and attributes needed to think innovatively and develop a career as a creative practitioner in your chosen discipline. With your diploma completed successfully you can continue on to the final year of the Bachelor of Creative Practice.

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Length 1 year full-time

Start date February

Fee

Campus

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$6,800 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay

It's easy to enrol - go to ideaschool.ac.nz


IDEAschool te kura ahu taonga

Bachelor of Creative Practice [Level 5-7] Through engaging in a series of real-life and in-house projects, and exploring various creative disciplines including design, fashion, music, screen production and visual arts, the Bachelor of Creative Practice teaches the skills, knowledge and attributes needed to think innovatively and develop a career as a creative practitioner in your chosen discipline.

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Length 3 years full-time*

Start date February

Fee

Campus

$6,800 per year (approx)

Hawke’s Bay

Part-time study available

Te Hono ki Toi (Poutiri-ā-rangi) - Bachelor of Professional Creative Practice (Honours) [Level 8] This programme is collaboratively offered by EIT’s two iconic creative practice schools, IDEAschool and Toihoukura, offering you an exclusive opportunity to engage with staff and students at both schools. It offers a unique perspective from both the European and Māori creative culture allowing a wide selection of media to be advanced. It is designed to enable graduates and other artists to further their creative practice through guided reflection, research and professional practice. You will create an effective and professional body of creative work, make it publicly available and speak professionally about that work based on in-depth and broad research. Following completion of this honours programme, you may progress to Te Hono ki Toi (Poutiriao) Master of Professional Creative Practice.

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Length 1 year full-time*

Start date February

Fee

Campus

$7,400 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay, Tairāwhiti or by distance with an on-campus component

Part-time study available

Te Hono ki Toi (Poutiriao) - Master of Professional Creative Practice [Level 9] This master's programme is collaboratively offered by EIT’s two iconic creative practice schools, Toihoukura and IDEAschool, offering you an exclusive opportunity to engage with staff and students at both schools. It offers a unique perspective from both the European and Māori creative culture allowing a wide selection of media to be advanced. This offers a unique perspective from both the Māori creative culture and European allowing a wide selection of media to be advanced. You will have the opportunity to create a body of creative work to a standard that develops, extends and refines prior professional practices, processes and knowledge. This will be achieved through research and critical evaluation to strengthen your creative practice while contextualizing your practice in relation to relevant communities, contemporary concepts, models theory, technologies and professional practice management techniques. Length 6 months full-time* Fee *

$3,700 (approx). This does not include required honours courses above

Start date February Campus

Hawke’s Bay, Tairāwhiti or by distance with an on-campus component

Part-time study available

Want to know more? Visit ideaschool.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.

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MĀORI STUDIES

Te Ūranga Waka (Hawke's Bay) Te Whatukura (Te Tairāwhiti)

"Kia kaha tātou ki te akiaki i a tātou ki te kōrero, kia rere te reo!" "Let’s encourage each other to speak our language, so it’s not lost." Journey Otene Bachelor of Arts (Māori), Te Ūranga Waka EIT student

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TE ŪRANGA WAKA | TE WHATUKURA

TE ŪRANGA WAKA | TE WHATUKURA “Piki ake, kake ake i te toi huarewa, te ara o Tāwhaki, i piki ai ki runga” The need to learn and speak the Māori language is greater than ever before. Māori language is vital to New Zealand, and our identity. As Māori language becomes more widely used through kōhanga reo, primary schools and Kura Kaupapa Māori, parents are becoming more aware of the importance of keeping up with their children’s knowledge of te reo Māori. Te reo Māori is a special taonga, to be shared with all New Zealanders. At Te Ūranga Waka in Hawke's Bay and Te Whatukura in Te Tairāwhiti, our te reo studies offer qualifications from basic introductory level learning through to a specialised masters programme, and gives you the opportunity to become proficient in Māori customs, culture and research.

YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES You can work in government departments, hospital boards, teaching (kōhanga, primary, secondary, and tertiary), or work with local iwi as a liaison or policy advisor. You could work in television and radio as a reporter, scriptwriter, announcer or bilingual researcher. You can also take on key roles at your own marae and within your whānau, hapū, and iwi. Many employers now prefer bilingual and bicultural employees, especially as te reo Māori is an official language of New Zealand.

For more information check out maori.eit.ac.nz

Te Pōkaitahi Reo Māori (Reo Rua) [Te Kaupae 2] NZ Certificate in Te Reo Māori [Level 2]

FEE FREE

This foundation qualification is intended for learners who have minimal command of te reo, as an additional language. Graduates will learn the language skills required to communicate, with little support, in familiar everyday contexts, and in Māori environments where they feel comfortable. Successful completion of this certificate allows students to enrol in the Level 3 programme.

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Length 17 weeks full-time day classes*

Start date February and July (subject to enrolments)

Fee

Campus

Fee FREE

Hawke’s Bay, Tairāwhiti, Wānanga, community venues or your workplace

Night classes and weekend wānanga available

Te Pōkaitahi Reo Māori (Reo Rua) [Te Kaupae 3] NZ Certificate in Te Reo Māori [Level 3]

FEE FREE

This qualification is intended for learners who have intermediate-level understanding of, and ability in the use of te reo. Graduates will have the skills and knowledge to communicate in te reo with some independence and confidence in everyday whānau, marae, social/community, workplace and/or academic contexts; and in Māori environments where they feel comfortable. Successful completion of this certificate allows students to enrol in the Level 4 programme.

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Length 17 weeks full-time day classes*

Start date February and July (subject to enrolments)

Fee

Campus

Fee FREE

Hawke’s Bay, Tairāwhiti, Wānanga, community venues or your workplace

Night classes and weekend wānanga available

Want to know more? Visit maori.eit.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.

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Te Tohu Tauihu [Kaupae 4] NZ Certificate in Te Reo Me Ngā Tikānga [Level 4]

FEE FREE

This qualification is for graduates of the Level 3 programme who wish to further develop their knowledge of the Māori language, and marae customs and practices. There will be a focus on speaking te reo Māori and applying it in everyday life, and on the marae ātea. Practical experience in leadership roles will occur in the second half of this year long programme. Successful completion of this certificate allows students to enrol in the Level 5 diploma and/or the Bachelor of Arts (Māori) programme.

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Length 34 weeks full-time day classes*

Start date February and July (subject to enrolments)

Fee

Campus

Fee FREE

Hawke’s Bay, Tairāwhiti, Wānanga, community venues or your workplace

Night classes and weekend wānanga available

Te Pōkairua Reo (Rumaki) [Kaupae 5] NZ Diploma in Te Reo Māori (Immersion) [Level 5] This programme is for graduates of the Level 4 programme who wish to gain an advanced understanding and abillity in the use of te reo - kia tika, kia rere, kia Māori. At the end of the programme they will be able to communicate independently in te reo, express ideas in a wide range of familiar and some less familiar situations with fluency and flexibility. Finally, they will have a desire to contribute positively to the development of te reo, or have a personal and /or professional interest in te reo. Length 34 weeks full-time day classes* Fee *

$700 per 15 credit course (approx). $1,400 per 30 credit course (approx)

Start date February Campus

Hawke’s Bay, Tairāwhiti, Wānanga, community venues or your workplace

Night classes and weekend wānanga available - 2 years part-time study.

Heaven Whangapirita-Bishop (left) & Turuhira Dell-Keelan - Bachelor of Arts Māori students

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TE ŪRANGA WAKA | TE WHATUKURA

Te Whakangungutanga ki Ngā Tāiro a Kupe [Kaupae 5-7] Bachelor of Arts (Māori) [Level 5-7] This programme offers compulsory papers in Māori language, marae customs and practices. These papers are the basis of the degree major and are taught mainly in te reo Māori. Elective papers allow you to access a wide range of options, including language, teaching, research, Māori beliefs and Māori music. These papers are taught bilingually. This degree enables graduates to pursue a professional career in a variety of fields i.e. government departments, hospital boards, teaching (kōhanga, primary to secondary, adults), television and radio, working with local iwi and many more opportunities. Graduates can gain entry into the one year, full-time Bachelor of Arts Honours (Māori) programme. Length 3 years full-time* $700 per 15 credit course (approx). $1,400 per 30 credit course (approx)

Fee *

Start date February and July Campus

Hawke’s Bay or Tairāwhiti

Part-time study available

Te Pikitanga ki Awarua [Kaupae 8] Bachelor of Arts Honours (Māori) [Level 8] Kua neke atu i te toru tekau tau a Te Ūranga Waka e whakaako ana i te reo Māori me ōna tikanga katoa, ka mutu e hia mano tauira kua ako ki te kōrero Māori i konei. Ko te tohu e kīia nei ‘Te Pikitanga ki Awarua’ he tohu Hōnore, he tohu whakapakari i a koe anō. Ko te mahi rangahau te mahi matua, ā, e aro ana ki te kounga o te reo Māori kai te whāngaihia. He kaha hoki tā rātau rangahau i ngā taera reo o te motu, otirā, ngā kaupapa katoa o te iwi Māori. This is open to those who have completed a degree and have a high level of Māori language fluency. This provides an indepth study of the Māori language particularly te reo o te poroporoaki, kupu whakarite, kīwaha, whakataukī, whakatauākī as well as those issues affecting Māori society. It includes: Te Reo o Ngā Tīpuna, He Hokinga Mahara, Te Ao o Tuawhakarere and Te Ao Hurihuri.

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Length 1 year full-time*

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

$5,500 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay, Tairāwhiti or online with an on-campus component

Part-time study available

Te Tohu Tītohu mō Te Aka Whakaaroaro: Postgraduate Diploma in Professional Practice Te Tohu Paerua mō Te Aka Whakaaroaro: Master of Professional Practice [Level 8-9] Are you looking for an opportunity to reflect on and develop your professional practice? These postgraduate programmes are for people whose primary work is with people such as social workers, teachers, community/iwi development practitioners, counsellors, health practitioners and others working in fields where understanding customs, beliefs, values and language is essential. Features of the programmes: • Focus on your own practice developments and passions • Critically reflect on your own practice strengths, weaknesses, challenges and areas for expansion • Flexible delivery (block wānanga and online learning) • Commitment to mātauranga Māori • Collaborative interdisciplinary study with others whose practice is in socio-cultural fields. Engagement in some form of socio-cultural practice is expected. Length

Postgraduate 1 year full-time. Masters 18 months full-time*

Start date February

Fee

$1,800 per 30 credit course (approx)

Campus

Hawke’s Bay - on campus and blended delivery

* Part-time study available

Want to know more? Visit maori.eit.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.

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TOIHOUKURA

School of Māori Visual Arts

"Various opportunities to work in our community allows for continual connectivity with our people." Ayson Lewis Bachelor of Māori Visual Arts (Te Toi o Ngā Rangi) EIT graduate Toihoukura workshop technician.

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TOIHOUKURA

TOIHOUKURA Toihoukura! Toihouora e! Toihoukura – Enriching Lives! Toihoukura is a specialist school of contemporary Māori visual arts that looks to the past to shape the future of art in Aotearoa/New Zealand and globally. It runs its unique, world-class programmes primarily from EIT’s Tairāwhiti campus. The school has an excellent complement of tutors which is headed by Ahorangi (Professor) Derek Lardelli, renowned tā moko and mixed media artist and Ahonuku (Associate Professor) Steve Gibbs who specialises in painting. Both have a long history and association with networks of indigenous artists nationally and internationally.  Erena Koopu (painting/performing arts), Makarini Solomon (tā moko/mixed media), Henare Brooking (tā moko/mixed media/performing arts), Ayson Lewis (tā moko/mixed media) and an array of practicing artists and experts within the creative industries contribute to an exceptional learning experience for students throughout their studies. You will be encouraged to guide your own direction, vision and independence about cultural expectations and conditions, and will develop a strong sense of imagery related to your ancestral whakapapa. Studying at Toihoukura is a holistic experience in learning to create art that finds its origins in Te Ao Māori through traditional information and thought, which is then conveyed in a contemporary format for the future.

YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Since Toihoukura was established, over 20 years ago, graduates have progressed into careers as art teachers, successful self-employed practicing artists, cultural advisors, gallery curators and more.

To find out more check out toihoukura.eit.ac.nz

Ka Tipu Te Whaihanga - NZ Certificate in Ngā Toi [Level 4]

FEE FREE

This programme is designed specifically to help you pursue your artistic aspirations through practical experience. If you have a desire to grow your art knowledge, design concepts and gain skills in a creative environment, this certificate is ideal. Successful completion of this programme can pathway you into Te Toi o Ngā Rangi - Bachelor of Māori Visual Arts. You will be exposed to a wide range of art mediums by tutors who are well respected in their fields. An interview with the principal tutor is required for all applicants. Length 1 year full-time

Start date February

Fee

Campus

Fee FREE

Tairāwhiti

Te Pitau a Manaia - NZ Diploma in Ngā Toi [Level 5] This programme is collaboratively offered by EIT’s two iconic creative practice schools, Toihoukura and Ideaschool, offering you an exclusive opportunity to engage with staff and students at both schools. It offers a unique perspective from both the European and Māori creative culture allowing a wide selection of media to be advanced. You will have the opportunity to create a body of creative work to a standard that develops, extends and refines prior professional practices, processes and knowledge. This will be achieved through research and critical evaluation to strengthen your creative practice while contextualizing your practice in relation to relevant communities, contemporary concepts, models theory, technologies and professional practice management techniques. Length 1 year full-time

Start date February

Fee

Campus

$6,800 (approx)

Tairāwhiti

Want to know more? Visit toihoukura.eit.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.

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Bachelor of Māori Visual Arts - Te Toi o Ngā Rangi [Level 7] Te Toi o Ngā Rangi enables students at any stage of their exploration of painting, drawing, sculpture, design, weaving or other visual arts to develop further knowledge and skills in the world of Māori contemporary arts. You will be welcomed into a whānau environment and supported by the Toihoukura team of tutors and support staff. The broad-based programme enables you to develop practical skills, inspires creativity and introduces you to a range of visual arts with a view towards specialisation. Graduates of Te Toi o Ngā Rangi have found success in the creative industries including national and international art internships and residencies, major art commissions and self-employment as practicing artists. They have also made their way into art related areas such as teaching, museum curatorships, and iwi/hapū/ whānau projects.

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Length 3 years full-time

Start date February

Fee

Campus

$6,800 per year (approx)

Tairāwhiti. On-site and offsite Wānanga

Part-time study available

Te Ara Pourewa – Graduate Diploma in Heritage and Museum Studies [Level 7] Protect, preserve and elevate taonga Māori, and prepare for a career as kaitiaki taonga (curator), kaitiaki pūranga (archivist), kaiatawhai whakaora taonga (conservator), pouherenga kōrero o-mua (historian), or kaihangarau whakakite (exhibition technician); as well as employment opportunities in the wider sector, including iwi organisations, government departments, education and heritage organisations such as the NZ Historic Places Trust, libraries, and galleries.

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Length 1 year full-time*

Start date February

Fee

Campus

$6,300 (approx)

Tairāwhiti (blended, online, Wānanga and internship)

Part-time study available

Te Hono ki Toi (Poutiri-ā-rangi) - Bachelor of Professional Creative Practice (Honours) [Level 8] This programme is collaboratively offered by EIT’s two iconic creative practice schools, IDEAschool and Toihoukura, offering you an exclusive opportunity to engage with staff and students at both schools. It offers a unique perspective from both the European and Māori creative culture. It is designed to enable graduates and other artists to further their creative practice through guided reflection, research and professional practice. You will create an effective and professional body of creative work, make it publicly available and speak professionally about that work based on in-depth and broad research. Following completion of this honours programme, you may progress to Te Hono ki Toi (Poutiriao) Master of Professional Creative Practice.

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Length 1 year full-time*

Start date February

Fee

Campus

$7,400 (approx)

Tairāwhiti, Hawke’s Bay or by distance with an on-campus component

Part-time study available

Te Hono ki Toi (Poutiriao) - Master of Professional Creative Practice [Level 9] This programme is collaboratively offered by EIT’s two iconic creative practice schools, Toihoukura and IDEAschool, offering you an exclusive opportunity to engage with staff and students at both schools. It offers a unique perspective from both the European and Māori creative culture. You will have the opportunity to create a body of creative work to a standard that develops, extends and refines prior professional practices, processes and knowledge. This will be achieved through research and critical evaluation to strengthen your creative practice while contextualizing your practice in relation to relevant communities, contemporary concepts, models theory, technologies and professional practice management techniques. Length 6 months full-time* Fee *

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$3,700 (approx).

Start date February Campus

Tairāwhiti, Hawke’s Bay or by distance with an on-campus component

Part-time study available

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NURSING & HEALTH SCIENCE

Te Kura Kaupapa Tapuhi

"EIT challenges me to be the best that I can be." "The study programme is fantastic. Everyone really helped out a lot, the lecturers are amazing - they support us and help us through it all.� Kadin Hey Bachelor of Nursing EIT student

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NURSING Nursing is one of the most exciting and rewarding study areas available. You can study at EIT to become a registered nurse, and choose to go on to our postgraduate programmes. EIT offers a range of postgraduate nursing programmes, including the Postgraduate Diploma in Health Science (Registered Nurse Prescribing), Master of Nursing Science and the Master of Nursing (Nurse Practitioner Pathway). Supportive and expert lecturers will help you gain knowledge and skills to become a registered or advanced nurse. You’ll study at some of the best nursing teaching facilities in New Zealand, and you’ll use state-of-the art technology as part of your studies, including well-equipped clinical simulation laboratories. EIT nursing graduates are highly sought after by employers.

YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES As a registered nurse, clinical nurse specialist, registered nurse prescriber or nurse practitioner your career will be highly rewarding, you’ll experience challenges and variety as you make a positive difference in people's lives.

To find out more check out nursing.eit.ac.nz

Hauora Pathway [Level 4] NZ Certificate in Study and Career Preparation This qualification will give you an introduction to important skills and knowledge, so you're ready to step up to higher level study, including at degree level. You'll learn the study and communication skills you need in the context of your field of interest. The courses you choose will get you ready to apply for entry into a range of diploma and degree programmes in the fields of health including nursing. Length 19 weeks full-time

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

$3,100 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay or Tairāwhiti ( July start only)

Certificate in Contemporary NZ Nursing Practice [Level 7] This is for New Zealand registered nurses wishing to return to clinical practice and overseas registered nurses who are required to successfully complete a competency-based programme in order to attain Nursing Council of New Zealand Registration. Your skills and knowledge will be updated across the scope of nursing practice. You will have the opportunity to revise your nursing knowledge in order to achieve the prescribed Nursing Council of New Zealand Competencies. Length 7 weeks full-time

Start date Various start dates

Fee

Campus

$2,400 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay

Bachelor of Nursing [Level 7] This degree will enable you to enter practice as a registered nurse with a sound knowledge base of nursing theory, social and biological sciences, research and professional practice skills. The programme provides a balance of theoretical studies and nursing practice experiences which occur in a wide range of community and acute care settings. You will develop the understanding and skills needed to provide professional nursing care, promote health and develop as a nurse leader.

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Length 3 years full-time*

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

$7,800 per year (approx)

Hawke’s Bay or Tairāwhiti (February start only)

Part-time study available

eit.ac.nz

It's easy to enrol - go to nursing.eit.ac.nz


NURSING & HEALTH SCIENCE

Postgraduate Certificate in Health Science [Level 8] This programme offers registered nurses and other health professionals the opportunity to develop their knowledge and skills, and articulate the scope of their practice and its advancement. This programme provides an excellent foundation of postgraduate enquiry, which can be built upon with further postgraduate study and may be credited towards a postgraduate diploma or masters qualification. A range of courses may be selected from and tailored to your needs:

■■ Child and Family Health ■■ Diabetes Management ■■ Nursing Education ■■ Elder Health

■■ Health Promotion ■■ Health Management ■■ Human Lactation and

Length 6 months full-time* Fee *

$1,850 per 30 credit course (approx)

Breastfeeding

■■ Primary Health Care ■■ Advanced Pathophysiology ■■ Advanced Pharmacology ■■ Professional Supervision

Start date February and July Campus

Online with an on-campus block course in Hawke's Bay

Part-time study available

Postgraduate Diploma in Health Science [Level 8] This programme offers registered nurses and other health professionals the opportunity to develop their knowledge and skills, and articulate the scope of their practice and its advancement. Completion of this programme contributes to graduates' ability to critically analyse practice, advance professional knowledge and understanding, and act as a leader, role model and teacher in complex situations. This programme may also be credited towards a masters qualification. A range of courses may be selected from and tailored to your needs. Nursing endorsements include: ■■ Advanced Nursing Practice ■■ Registered Nurse Prescribing (approved by the Nursing Council of New Zealand) NOTE: A current nursing annual practising certificate may be required to enrol in some courses.

Length 1 year full-time* Fee *

$1,850 per 30 credit course (approx)

Start date February and July Campus

Online with an on-campus block course in Hawke's Bay

Part-time study available

Postgraduate Diploma in Health Science (Registered Nurse Prescribing) [Level 8] This qualification is accredited by the Nursing Council of New Zealand. Registered nurses working with people with long term conditions and in specialty teams may be eligible to enrol in this programme. There are four core courses within the qualification, with the final course being a prescribing practicum where registered nurses work with their approved prescribing mentor. Applicants must be a registered nurse with the Nursing Council of New Zealand with a current annual practising certificate. You need a minimum of three years’ experience in your area of prescribing practice, have employer support to enrol and have a B grade average in the prerequisite courses in order to enrol in the Registered Nurse Prescribing course. Length 1 year full-time* Fee *

$1,850 per 30 credit course (approx)

Start date February and July Campus

Online with an on-campus block course in Hawke's Bay

Part-time study available

Want to know more? Visit nursing.eit.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.

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Master of Nursing Science [Level 9] This programme is designed to meet the needs of registered nurses who wish to further develop their knowledge and skills for evidence-based practice, clinical specialty practice, advanced nursing practice, research, nursing education and leadership. The entry requirements for the Master of Nursing Science are a nursing qualification with either a Postgraduate Diploma in Health Science with a minimum of a B grade average or an equivalent post-graduate nursing qualification. If English is not your first language, you need an IELTS of at least 6.5 in all bands (or equivalent). Length 18 months full-time* Fee *

$1,850 per 30 credit course (approx)

Start date February and July Campus

Blended learning or by distance with an on-campus component in Hawke's Bay

Part-time study available

Master of Nursing [Level 9] Nurse Practitioner Pathway This programme is designed to prepare you for advanced practice roles and is approved by the Nursing Council of New Zealand as a “masters with a clinical focus, including the content for preparation for nurse prescribing.� You will have academic guidance and mentorship by nurse practitioners during the practicum components of this programme. You will develop advanced nursing knowledge, skills of critical analysis, constructive synthesis, advanced practice and research skills within your specialty area. Length 2 years full-time* Fee *

$1,850 per 30 credit course (approx)

Start date February and July Campus

Blended learning or by distance with an on-campus component in Hawke's Bay

Part-time study available

Annatjie Pretorius MN, Nurse Practitioner HBDHB Emergency Department

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It's easy to enrol - go to nursing.eit.ac.nz


PRIMARY INDUSTRIES

Te Kura Ahumahi Matua

"EIT really helped me." "EIT really helped me understand the reasons why and how I can better my future career path. � Hamish Read Certificate in Primary Industry Skills EIT graduate

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AGRICULTURE EIT delivers a range of qualifications targeted at the agricultural sector. You will gain skills in stock handling, vehicles and machinery, fencing, soils and pastures. Engage with agricultural companies that EIT work closely with, and benefit from learning with our tutors that know the industry. Gain the skills and knowledge that will provide you with a career in this sector.

YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES The agricultural industry continues to grow and develop. As a qualified graduate you will be recognised as a skilled individual that has industry relevant skills. EIT’s qualifications are designed to provide pathways irrespective of your initial skill level or knowledge. This could be as a farm assistant or contractor, through to a management or supervisory role across a variety of agricultural careers.

To find out more check out agriculture.eit.ac.nz

NZ Certificate in Primary Industry Skills (Agriculture) [Level 2]

FEE FREE

Build your practical skills with this hands-on entry level programme. You will develop your knowledge in a working farm environment that will give you an introduction to basic farming skills with an emphasis on health and safety in the workplace. As a graduate of this programme you can pathway into the variety of Level 3 programmes on offer. You can study this programme in conjunction with: NZ Certificate in Agriculture (Vehicles, Machinery and Infrastructure) [Level 3]

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Length 12 weeks full-time*

Start date Various start dates throughout the year

Fee

Campus

Fee FREE

Hawke's Bay, Tairāwhiti and Regional Learning Centres

Part-time study available

NZ Certificate in Agriculture (Vehicles, Machinery and Infrastructure) [Level 3] Technical skills are essential for anyone interested in working in the primary industry sector. Qualified and competent machine operators, agri-vehicle drivers and fencers are highly sought after. This qualification will give you the skills to operate and maintain a range of vehicles and machinery, and the practical skills to build and maintain infrastructure within the agricultural industry. You can study this programme in conjunction with: NZ Certificate in Primary Industry Skills [Level 2] or NZ Certificate in Agriculture (Farming Systems) [Level 3]

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Length 13 weeks full-time*

Start date Various start dates throughout the year

Fee

Campus

Fee FREE

Hawke's Bay, Tairāwhiti and Regional Learning Centres

Part-time study available

NZ Certificate in Agriculture (Farming Systems) [Level 3] This qualification will provide you with the ability to access new agricultural technologies that will assist you to understand key farming ideas. On completion of the programme you will be able to provide input into sustainable practices and day-to-day decisions that improve farm performance and are underpinned by safe work practices. You can study this programme in conjunction with: NZ Certificate in Agriculture (Vehicles, Machinery and Infrastructure) [Level 3] Length 28 weeks full-time* Fee *

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Start date February and July

$4,500** (approx)

Campus

Hawke’s Bay, Tairāwhiti and Ruatoria Regional Learning Centre

Part-time study available ** includes course related costs.

eit.ac.nz

It's easy to enrol - go to agriculture.eit.ac.nz.

FEE FREE


PRIMARY INDUSTRIES

NZ Certificate in Agriculture (Breeding Livestock Farming) [Level 4] This qualification is aimed at those wanting to move into a senior level position within the agriculture sector. You will develop an in-depth understanding of farm report systems and be able to benchmark farm performance. This qualification also starts to explore the management of environmental impacts and day-to-day use of vehicles, plants and machinery.

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Length 41 weeks full-time*

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

$6,200 (approx)

Hawke's Bay or Tairāwhiti

Part-time study available

NZ Diploma in Agribusiness Management [Level 5] Improve yields, productivity and sustainability opportunities for your business or employer through this qualification. During each paper you will be able to implement knowledge you gain, directly to your business. As a graduate you will be able to manage finances, staffing, and natural and physical requirements. You will take part in classes on campus as well as online, providing flexibility with any work requirements. Suitable for those working in horticulture or agriculture. Length 2.5 years part-time

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

$730 per paper approx

Hawke's Bay or Tairāwhiti

Farm Cadetship Programme [Level 2-4] Develop your farming skills on an operational sheep and beef station. EIT has a unique relationship with Smedley, Waipaoa and Pukemiro sheep and beef stations to offer you a 2 year live in cadetship programme. Cadets experience the annual farming calendar first hand and develop their skills in stockmanship, fencing, animal husbandry, feed management, farm technology and working dogs. Students also develop cooking, leadership, goal setting, time management and domestic skills. On completion of the programme you will achieve the following qualifications: NZ Certificate in Primary Industry Skills [Level 2] NZ Certificate in Agriculture (Vehicles, Machinery and Infrastructure) [Level 3] NZ Certificate in Agriculture (Farming Systems) [Level 3] NZ Certificate in Agriculture (Breeding Livestock Farming) [Level 4] For all enrolment information and entry requirements visit the individual farm websites: www.waipaoa.co.nz

www.smedley.ac.nz

www.pukemiro.co.nz

Length 2 years full-time

Start date January

Fee

Campus

Various - enquire for details

On-farm – Central Hawke’s Bay, Tairāwhiti and Dannevirke

Want to know more? Visit agriculture.eit.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.

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APICULTURE The lucrative and rapidly expanding apiculture industry wants more Kiwis to become beekeepers. World markets can’t get enough of NZ honey, especially Manuka honey. Demand for pollination services also continues to increase with NZ’s primary industry dependent on the healthy pollination of fruit and crops for its survival.

YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Beekeeping offers many exciting career opportunities, both in New Zealand and overseas. Opportunities include: hobbyist beekeeper, part-time or full-time employment through to ownership of a commercial beekeeping operation. Graduates of this qualification can work as an assistant beekeeper for a commercial operator or as an independent beekeeper with a small number of beehives.

NZ Certificate in Apiculture [Level 3] If you have ever wanted to work in the apiculture industry on a small scale or are assisting in a commercial beekeeping operation then this programme is for you. On completion of this qualification you will own your own beehive and be able to work under limited supervision to maintain, manipulate and operate beehives to produce quality products and pollination services.

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Length 40 weeks part-time

Start date June

Fee

Campus

eit.ac.nz

$1,500 (approx)

Hawke's Bay, Tairāwhiti and Regional Learning Centres

It's easy to enrol - go to apiculture.eit.ac.nz.


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FORESTRY Achieve a qualification that will help you secure work in a growing industry. EIT offers programmes that will help you succeed in the forestry sector. You will develop entry level skills for the forestry industry including first aid, general requirements, vehicle operation and basic chainsaw operations through to the management and implementation of daily needs within the forestry industry.

YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES You will be part of an industry with serious potential, as well trained people will be crucial to the industry's success now and in the future. EIT has qualifications that will pathway you into a career in forestry, providing you with opportunities to meet potential employers. You could work as a part of a logging crew, a heavy equipment operator or a technician.

To find out more check out forestry.eit.ac.nz

NZ Certificate in Forest Harvesting Operations [Level 3] With strands in Basic Machine Operation, Tree Felling, Breaking Out - Cable, Breaking Out - Ground Based, Manual Processing, Log Scaling, Poleman, Production Thinning, and Quality Control When you complete this qualification you will have the practical skills and knowledge for employment in one of the many forest harvesting or log scaling operations like Basic Machine Operation, Tree Felling, Breaking Out - Cable, Breaking Out - Ground Based, Manual Processing, Log Scaling, Poleman, Production Thinning, and Quality Control. You will be able to work under limited supervision to meet commercial productivity requirements. The programme will develop your understanding of health and safety, environmental and quality requirements. Length 15-24 weeks full-time* Fee *

$4,900** (approx)

Start date February Campus

TairÄ whiti

Part-time study available ** Depending on strand

Brent McKenzie - NZ Certificate in Forestry Harvesting Operations graduate

Want to know more? Visit forestry.eit.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.

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Nathan Hawkins - Forestry Driving graduate

COMMERCIAL TRANSPORT The transport industry needs professionally trained, qualified, specialist drivers. There are plenty of opportunities for employment with over 50,000 New Zealanders working in this industry. At EIT you will develop your skills through the use of our truck and trailer, transporting goods around Hawke’s Bay and Tairāwhiti.

YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES With transported goods covering a range of industries there is always the need for skilled operators. You could work as heavy vehicle operator or pathway on to freight and logistics manager. EIT offers opportunities to connect with industry through work placement, while completing the qualification. Gain employment in NZ or overseas with a career that is essential to the economy.

NZ Certificate in Commercial Road Transport (Heavy Vehicle Operator) [Level 3] With this qualification you’ll be eligible for a wide range of employment opportunities in any industry where vehicles are driven and in areas where a range of licence classes are required, such as the transport and logging industry, pack houses, couriers and bus driving. This qualification gives you the skills and knowledge to safely and competently operate rigid vehicles or heavy vehicle combinations. You must hold a current Full Class 1 Licence for a minimum of six months and hold a medical certificate no older than 60 days for the level of licence required.

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Length 20 weeks full-time*

Start date Dates vary depending on location - enquire now

Fee

Campus

$4,800**

Hawke's Bay and Tairāwhiti

Part-time study available ** Includes course related costs

eit.ac.nz

It's easy to enrol - go to driving.eit.ac.nz.


PRIMARY INDUSTRIES

HORTICULTURE Grow a great career in horticulture and choose from a wide range of qualifications. Learn all about soil types, plant science, propagation, pest and disease management, irrigation and harvesting. Understand horticultural technology, resource management and agribusiness. You'll have access to Hawke’s Bay campus horticulture laboratories, greenhouses, propagation facilities and garden plots.

YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Horticulture industries worldwide are looking for well-trained staff, and EIT’s qualifications and graduates are well recognised throughout the sector. You can choose from a range of horticulture qualifications from pre-employment to programmes that will advance your current employment. You could work in an orchard, garden centre or a nursery in roles ranging from pruner to production supervisor.

To find out more check out horticulture.eit.ac.nz

NZ Certificate in Primary Industry Skills (Horticulture) [Level 2]

FEE FREE

This is a practical programme of study that covers the entry level skills needed to gain employment in the growing horticulture industry with an emphasis on health and safety in the workplace. You can choose to study either general horticulture, sustainable horticulture or fruit production. As a graduate of this programme you can pathway into the variety of Level 3 programmes on offer. You can study this programme in conjunction with: NZ Certificate in Agriculture (Vehicles, Machinery and Infrastructure) [Level 3]

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Length 12 weeks full-time*

Start date Various start dates throughout the year

Fee

Campus

Fee FREE

Hawke's Bay, Tairāwhiti and Regional Learning Centres

Part-time study available

NZ Certificate in Land Based Sustainability Practices [Level 3]

FEE FREE

Develop and maintain your own or community land through sustainable practices. This programme offers an introduction to the concepts and principles of sustainable land management. You will increase your awareness and knowledge of sustainable management practices that can be applied to a wide range of horticultural sectors. Length 12 weeks full-time

Start date Various start dates throughout year

Fee

Campus

Fee FREE

Hawke's Bay, Tairāwhiti and Regional Learning Centres

Want to know more? Visit horticulture.eit.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.

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NZ Certificate in Horticulture (General) [Level 3]

FEE FREE

If you enjoy working outdoors then this is the qualification for you. It is a mix of theory and hands on practical training that teaches the core horticultural subjects of plant science, pests and disease, gardening skills and soils. This programme will give you an excellent skill base for personal use, further study at a higher level or in specialist fields. You can study this programme in conjunction with: NZ Certificate in Sustainable Primary Production [Level 4] Length 17 or 20 weeks full-time*

Start date February, April, July

Fee

Campus

Fee FREE

Hawke's Bay, Tairāwhiti and Regional Learning Centres

*Depending on location

NZ Certificate in Agriculture (Vehicles, Machinery and Infrastructure) [Level 3]

FEE FREE

This qualification will give you the skills to operate and maintain a range of vehicles and machinery that are specific to the horticultural workplace. You will build practical skills that will assist you to construct and maintain irrigation and fencing support structures or other infrastructure relative to the horticulture sector. You can study this programme in conjunction with: NZ Certificate in Primary Industry Skills [Level 2]

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Length 13 weeks full-time*

Start date Various start dates throughout the year

Fee

Campus

Fee FREE

Hawke's Bay, Tairāwhiti and Regional Learning Centres

Part-time study available

NZ Certificate in Horticulture (Fruit Production) [Level 3]

FEE FREE

Carry out seasonal production tasks as they relate to the fruit production industry. As a graduate, you will be able to undertake such activities as assessing crop health, pruning, irrigation and orchard machinery. There is a strong focus on effectively communicating within a team and health and safety practices within the workplace.

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Length 20 weeks full-time*

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

Fee FREE

Hawke’s Bay, Tairāwhiti and Regional Learning Centres

Part-time study available - fee of $600 applies

Mahinga Kai – Te Hoata [Kaupae 3] | NZ Certificate in Māori Traditional Food Production, Harvest and Management [Level 3] Focus on traditional Māori tikanga that can be passed onto your tamariki and mokopuna by completing this introductory qualification. This programme provides the opportunity to engage with your whānau, hapū, iwi and communities by sharing the whakaaro nui gained. Grow both the theoretical and operational understanding of mahinga kai that will enhance your connection with te whenua. Length

20 weeks full-time or 40 weeks part-time

Start date February and July

Fee

Fee FREE*

Campus

Hawke's Bay, Tairāwhiti and Regional Learning Centres

* Fee is applied when studying at the Hawke's Bay campus

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eit.ac.nz

It's easy to enrol - go to horticulture.eit.ac.nz.

FEE FREE


PRIMARY INDUSTRIES

Workplace Operations students at the TairÄ whiti Campus

NZ Certificate in Sustainable Primary Production [Level 4] Enhance your knowledge and skills in the fields of riparian, wetland plantings or food production. You will be able to work in a self-managed capacity implementing practices of long-term benefit to communities and the environment. Build on your current knowledge to develop, implement and monitor sustainable land based production systems. You can study this programme in conjunction with: NZ Certificate in Horticulture General [Level 3] Length 22 weeks full-time

Start date July

Fee

Campus

$1,600 (approx)

Hawke's Bay, TairÄ whiti, Regional Learning Centres

NZ Certificate in Horticulture Production [Level 4] With strands in Fruit Production and Nursery Production. You will build on current knowledge and experience that will contribute to more efficient and effective horticulture production operations. You will supervise and demonstrate effective communication and interpersonal skills to ensure you achieve production goals and standards. There is a strong focus on the implementation and monitoring of key aspects of a specific horticulture operation. Length 24 weeks -1 year full-time*

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

Various

Hawke's Bay

*depending on strand selected

Want to know more? Visit horticulture.eit.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.

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Horticulture Trainee Programme [Level 2-4] This programme offers you stimulating studies and provides a pathway to further your career in many aspects of horticulture, and particularly in fruit production. Our qualifications are designed to industry standards. As a graduate you will seamlessly transfer your skills and knowledge into your current employment. It will also provide you with opportunities to progress in the industry. On completion of the programme you will achieve the following qualifications: NZ Certificate in Primary Industry Skills [Level 2] NZ Certificate in Agriculture (Vehicles, Machinery and Infrastructure) [Level 3] NZ Certificate in Horticulture (Fruit Production) [Level 3] NZ Certificate in Horticulture Production (Fruit Production) [Level 4] Length 3 years part-time

Start date January

Fee

Campus

$2,500 (approx)

Hawke's Bay and TairÄ whiti

NZ Diploma in Horticulture Production [Level 5] With strands in Fruit Production, Nursery Production or Post-Harvest. Develop your technical skills and knowledge, including leadership and team management skills, to enable efficient supervision planning and management of a horticulture operation. Become a specialist in the horticulture production sector by maximising effectiveness and productivity through this qualification. Length

1 year full-time or 2 years parttime

Start date February and July

Fee

$625 per course (approx)

Campus

Hawke's Bay

NZ Diploma in Agribusiness Management [Level 5] Improve yields, productivity and sustainability opportunities for your business or employer through this qualification. During each paper you will be able to implement knowledge you gain, directly to your business. As a graduate you will be able to manage finances, staffing and natural and physical requirements. You will take part in classes on campus as well as online, providing flexibility with any work requirements.

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Length 2.5 years part-time

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

eit.ac.nz

$730 per paper approx

Hawke's Bay and TairÄ whiti

It's easy to enrol - go to horticulture.eit.ac.nz.


TEACHING & SOCIAL WORK Te Kura Kaupapa MÄ tauranga, PÄ pori

"Great support and learning..." "The great support and learning I got throughout this degree has provided me a strong platform for a positive future in social work." Tyler Roberts Bachelor of Social Work EIT student

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TEACHING Learn to become a great teacher. EIT teacher education perfectly balances theory, research and practice. As you study, you’ll work alongside experienced teachers in local early childhood centres and primary schools as part of the programme. Teaching is a rewarding career, and EIT’s quality education programmes will help you develop your knowledge and skills for teaching.

YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES When you complete your early childhood education or primary teaching degree at EIT you can apply for registration with the Teaching Council of Aotearoa New Zealand as a provisionally certified teacher. Choose to be an early childhood or primary teacher today.

To find out more check out teaching.eit.ac.nz

Teaching & Social Work Pathway [Level 3] NZ Certificate in Study and Career Preparation If you’re interested in working in the social services or education sectors, in roles such as teaching, social work and many other positions, this certificate is the ideal stepping-stone. The skills and knowledge you’ll acquire will put you in great stead for entry-level employment or to carry on to further study at Level 4. Length 19 weeks full-time*

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

$3,000 (approx)

Hawke's Bay or Tairāwhiti (February start only)

* Part-time study available

Teaching & Social Work Pathway [Level 4] NZ Certificate in Study and Career Preparation This is the ideal introduction if you’re interested in working in social services or education sectors. This programme is for people intending to pursue focused development in the skills, capabilities, knowledge and attributes needed to succeed at Level 4 or above. The courses you choose will get you ready to apply for entry into a range of diploma and degree programmes in the fields of health (including nursing), social work and teaching. If you choose not to carry on with study, you will have some broad knowledge and skills to enhance your employment prospects.

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Length 19 weeks full-time*

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

$3,200 (approx)

Hawke's Bay or Tairāwhiti ( July start only)

Part-time study available

NZ Certificate in Adult and Tertiary Teaching [Level 5] If you aspire to or want to get a career in adult and tertiary teaching or training, this is a fantastic qualification to set you on your teaching career path. You can fit your study around your work, family and lifestyle. You can work and learn. All study is completely online – with supportive facilitators and advisors to help you along the way. If it’s a love of teaching, a passion for your trade or a need to help others achieve success, this qualification will give you the tools to help you achieve your goal.

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Length 4 courses - 10-14 weeks each*

Start date Flexible start dates

Fee

Campus

$500-1,000 (approx)

Online delivery

Part-time study available

eit.ac.nz

It's easy to enrol - go to teaching.eit.ac.nz


TEACHING & SOCIAL WORK

NZ Certificate in Adult Literacy and Numeracy Education [Level 5] If you are a teaching practitioner and want to develop your skills in teaching numeracy and literacy to adult learners, this qualification is for you. Gain the tools to teach reading, writing and numeracy to adult learners. You can fit your study around your work, family and lifestyle. You can work and learn. All study is completely online – with supportive facilitators and advisors to help you along the way.

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Length 2 courses - 14 weeks each*

Start date Flexible start dates

Fee

Campus

$1,000 (approx)

Online delivery

Part-time study available

Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood Education) [Level 7] A passionate, skilled and qualified early childhood teacher has an important role in the learning and development of infants, toddlers and young children. The early years of a young child’s life lay the foundation for life-long learning. This programme enables you to undertake study to attain a teaching qualification while being employed or working voluntarily in an early childhood setting. On completion of the Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood Education) you will be ready to apply for registration as a professionally certificated ECE teacher with the Teaching Council of Aotearoa New Zealand. Length 3 years full-time field-based

Start date February

Fee

Campus

$6,600 (approx)

Hawke's Bay

Bachelor of Teaching (Primary) [Level 7] Become a primary teacher and help New Zealand children get off to a great start in life. This degree works in close partnership with primary schools to give you a balance of theory, self-directed learning and practical experience. As a candidate teacher, you’ll experience two days a week in a school. On campus, for two days a week you’ll learn the theory and current practice underpinning teaching subjects, such as language and literacy, mathematics, science, social studies, art, technology, health and physical education. Graduates can apply for registration as a provisionally certified teacher. Length 3 years full-time field-based

Start date February

Fee

Campus

$5,600 per year (approx)

Hawke's Bay or Tairāwhiti

Postgraduate Certificate of Educational Leadership [Level 8] EIT’s Postgraduate Certificate of Educational Leadership will suit early childhood, primary, secondary and tertiary teachers wishing to develop their skills and expertise, and position themselves for professional leadership. Credits towards the Postgraduate Diploma and Master of Professional Practice. Length 1 year full-time*

Start date February

Fee

Campus

$6,200 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay - on campus and blended delivery

* Part-time study available

Want to know more? Visit teaching.eit.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.

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SOCIAL WORK Gain a qualification that can help you make a difference in the lives of others. EIT gives you the opportunity to study social sciences from a foundation level right up to a degree qualification. Starting with an introduction to the core concepts of social services, you can go on to develop the academic skills needed to succeed in achieving a Bachelor of Social Work. Degree students enhance their study of theory and skills with placements in the community. Graduates of the Bachelor of Social Work are able to apply for provisional registration as a social worker.

YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Social work is challenging and offers plenty of variety, and as a qualified social worker you’ll be taking on a career that is rewarding and fulfilling.

To find out more check out socialwork.eit.ac.nz

Teaching & Social Work Pathway [Level 3] NZ Certificate in Study and Career Preparation If you’re interested in working in the social services or education sectors, in roles such as teaching, social work and many other positions, this certificate is the ideal stepping-stone. The skills and knowledge you’ll acquire will put you in great stead for entry-level employment or to carry on to further study at Level 4. Length 19 weeks full-time*

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

$3,000 (approx)

Hawke's Bay or Tairāwhiti (February start only)

* Part-time study available

Teaching & Social Work Pathway [Level 4] NZ Certificate in Study and Career Preparation This is the ideal introduction if you’re interested in working in social services or education sectors. This programme is for people intending to pursue focused development in the skills, capabilities, knowledge and attributes needed to succeed at Level 4 or above. The courses you choose will get you ready to apply for entry into a range of diploma and degree programmes in the fields of health (including nursing), social work and teaching. If you choose not to carry on with study, you will have some broad knowledge and skills to enhance your employment prospects.

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Length 19 weeks full-time*

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

$3,200 (approx)

Hawke's Bay or Tairāwhiti ( July start only)

Part-time study available

eit.ac.nz

It's easy to enrol - go to socialwork.eit.ac.nz


TEACHING & SOCIAL WORK

Bachelor of Social Work [Level 7] Make a difference in your community. With a degree in social work you will be ready to help empower individuals, families and whole communities to create positive change. Social workers are employed in areas of community development, health and education, child protection, family work, drug and alcohol, domestic violence, probation and reintegration, and more. You will develop the skills, knowledge and expertise to be a professional social worker here in Aotearoa New Zealand and beyond. As part of your training you’ll be assigned to social work placements in agencies. You will also gain the skills to reflect on your own perceptions, actions, and processes, as well as the ability to justify and defend your professional practice. Upon graduating, you will be able to apply for provisional registration as a social worker. If you receive high grades in your third year of study, you may complete the fourth year at a higher level and graduate with a Bachelor of Social Work (Honours). Length 4 years full-time*

Start date February

Fee

Campus

$6,200 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay or Tairāwhiti - on campus and blended delivery

* Part-time study available

Postgraduate Certificate in Professional Supervision [Level 8] EIT’s Postgraduate Certificate in Professional Supervision will enable people working in the social services and health sectors to develop their practice of professional supervision. The programme covers the theoretical underpinnings of supervision in preparation for advanced skills application. You will apply the knowledge and skills gained in your own supervisory practice, 150 hours minimum practice in the role of supervisor. Credits towards the Postgraduate Diploma and Master of Professional Practice. Length 1 year full-time*

Start date February

Fee

Campus

$6,200 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay - on campus and blended delivery

* Part-time study available

Te Tohu Tītohu mō Te Aka Whakaaroaro: Postgraduate Diploma in Professional Practice Te Tohu Paerua mō Te Aka Whakaaroaro: Master of Professional Practice [Level 8-9] Are you looking for an opportunity to reflect on and develop your professional practice? These postgraduate programmes are for people whose primary work is with people: social workers, teachers, community/iwi development practitioners, counsellors, health practitioners and others working in fields where understanding customs, beliefs, values and language is essential. Features of the programmes: • Focus on your own practice developments and passions • Critically reflect on your own practice strengths, weaknesses, challenges and areas for expansion • Flexible delivery (block wānanga and online learning) • Commitment to mātauranga Māori • Collaborative interdisciplinary study with others whose practice is in socio-cultural fields. Length

Post-graduate 1 year full-time Masters 18 months full-time*

Start date February

Fee

$1,800 per 30 credit course (approx)

Campus

Hawke’s Bay - on campus and blended delivery

* Part-time study available

Want to know more? Visit socialwork.eit.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.

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TRADES & TECHNOLOGY

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"I'm in their debt" "I truly believe I wouldn't be here today (in my second year as an apprentice) without all the staff supporting me at EIT. It's great at EIT." Casey Aranui NZ Certificate in Carpentry EIT student

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TRADES & TECHNOLOGY EIT’s trades and technology qualifications are all about giving you plenty of hands-on practical experience, like constructing a building, wiring a house, or repairing vehicles. You can study foundation programmes and try your hand at a range of trades, then go on to specialist training at EIT. If you’re already working as a tradesperson, you can get career development to help you take your next step up the ladder. You may be eligible for help with paying your fees through an EIT Youth Scholarship or the Māori and Pasifika Trades Training scheme, Te Ara o Takitimu.

YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Qualified, professional tradespeople are always in demand. You could score a great career in architecture, carpentry, electrical engineering, automotive, plumbing and gasfitting or engineering, including machining, welding and fabrication.

To find out more check out trades.eit.ac.nz

National Certificate in Building, Construction and Allied Trades Skills [Level 2]

FEE FREE

Trades people are always in demand, so why not kick-start a trades career with this project-based programme or prepare yourself for further study in construction. Throughout the programme you’ll link theory while getting your hands dirty learning practical skills. You’ll spend a lot of time out in the community on building projects such as decks, fences and pergolas. Length 14 weeks full-time

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

Fee FREE

Hawke's Bay, Tairāwhiti and EIT Regional Learning Centres

NZ Certificate in Foundation Skills – Automotive and Engineering [Level 2]

FEE FREE

This programme is aimed at preparing you for further study in the automotive and/or engineering industry. The focus is on project-based learning which is practical and hands-on but also includes some theory so you develop knowledge as well as skills. During the practicals you will learn the skills that are needed to carry out real workplace tasks and to prepare yourself for further study and a career in this exciting industry. Length 19 weeks full-time

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

Fee FREE

Hawke’s Bay and Tairāwhiti

Tipene Douglas - Trades Academy student

Want to know more? Visit trades.eit.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.

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NZ Certificate in Building, Construction and Allied Trades Skills [Level 3] Further your skills as a carpenter in preparation to join the construction industry. This programme provides you with the knowledge and skills to complete a medium size construction project whilst introducing you to industry requirements and practices. Length 14 weeks full-time

Start date July

Fee

Campus

$2,500

Hawke's Bay, Tairāwhiti and EIT Regional Learning Centres

NZ Certificate in Mechanical Engineering [Level 3] If you want a career in welding, machining and fabrication, study a New Zealand Certificate in Mechanical Engineering and begin an apprenticeship. You can earn a good wage doing something you really like. You will get real world workshop experience with local firms doing work experience as part of the programme. Length 1 year full-time

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

$6,600 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay and Tairāwhiti (February start only)

NZ Certificate in Electrical Engineering Theory [Level 3] Make the most of your talent for problem solving and gain essential electrical engineering skills for a future career in the electrical industry. You can continue your theory and practical training as part of an apprenticeship, leading to registration as a fully qualified electrical tradesperson. Length 1 year full-time

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

$5,800 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay

NZ Certificate in Construction Trade Skills (Carpentry) [Level 3] Start your training in our modern Trades and Technology facilities with project and task-based learning. You can begin a career in building and construction and gain credits towards the NZ Certificate in Carpentry [Level 4]. Work experience within the local industry is an important part of the programme. On completion you could be employed as an apprentice by a builder or building contractor to complete your carpentry qualification. Length 1 year full-time

Start date February (Tairāwhiti ) and July (Hawke's Bay)

Fee

Campus

$6,600 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay, Tairāwhiti

NZ Certificate in Construction Trade Skills ( Joinery) [Level 3] This programme offers students real world experience to begin a career in building and construction specialising in joinery. Joiners interpret instructions to ensure everything fits together as a seamless structure and looks good. They achieve the best possible finish using their expertise with tools and fixing materials. Length 30 weeks full-time

Start date March

Fee

Campus

$4,500 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay

NZ Certificate in Carpentry [Level 4] This programme guides you through your apprenticeship. It combines the best aspects of on-the-job training with night classes to ensure that you achieve the skills and qualifications desired by industry. An added advantage is you can earn while you learn. You can enter direct from the workforce with the recommendation of the builder who is to be your employer. You need to have full physical mobility to meet the demands of construction site work.

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Length 3-4 years full-time

Start date Anytime

Fee

Campus

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$950 per year (approx)

Hawke’s Bay and Tairāwhiti

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NZ Certificate in Plumbing, Gasfitting and Drainlaying [Level 3] Pre-apprenticeship Skilled plumbers are in demand as construction continues to boom nationwide. Gain the skills and knowledge needed to ensure the right water, gas and waste systems are in place on your worksite. Plumbing is a rewarding, hands-on long-term career. You are required to have the physical mobility needed to meet the demands of construction site work. Length 22 weeks full-time

Start date February

Fee

Campus

$4,500 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay

NZ Certificate in Automotive Engineering [Level 3] If you are into cars and motors make a career out of it and study a NZ Certificate in Automotive Engineering [Level 3]. Apprenticeships and job opportunities in the motor trade include working on cars, trucks, machinery, motorcycles, marine or automotive electrics. You will get real world workshop experience with local firms doing work experience as part of the programme. Length 40 weeks full-time*

Start date February and July

Fee

Campus

$6,600 per year (approx)

Hawke’s Bay and Tairāwhiti

*part-time apprenticeship study available

NZ Certificate in Automotive (Light, Heavy and Electrical) Engineering [Level 4] With strands in Road Transport, Plant and Equipment, Agricultural Equipment and Materials Handling. This programme guides you through your apprenticeship. Once you secure full time employment we will provide the support and direction to ensure you achieve your practical and theoretical requirements to complete your qualification. Length 3-4 years part-time

Start date Start anytime

Fee

Campus

$1,400 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay and Tairāwhiti

Diamond Smith-Collier - NZ Certificate in Automotive Engineering graduate

Want to know more? Visit trades.eit.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.

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NZ Certificate in Infrastructure Works [Level 3] Gain the operating skills to launch your career in the infrastructure industry. Infrastructure is the fundamental facilities and systems serving a country, city, or other area. It typically characterises technical structures such as roads, bridges, tunnels, water supply, sewers, electrical grids and telecommunications (including internet connectivity and broadband speeds). Length 34 weeks part-time

Start date February, July

Fee

Campus

$3,000 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay and Tairāwhiti

Services Pathway [Level 3] NZ Certificate in Study and Career Preparation Are you seeking a career in the NZ Police or the NZ Defence Force? This programme will provide you with the skills and confidence to apply for the NZ Police, Defence Force or Correction Services. Length 19 weeks full-time

Start date February, July

Fee

Campus

$2,900 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay and Tairāwhiti

NZ Diploma in Architectural Technology [Level 6] This programme will offer you stimulating studies and provide a pathway to your professional qualification as an architectural technician. Gain the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to become a productive member of an architectural design team – undertake practical learning to learn the whole process of producing architectural drawings, from establishing a client’s requirements right through to submission of the final designs.

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Length 2 years full-time

Start date February

Fee

Campus

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$6,900 per year (approx)

Hawke’s Bay

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TOURISM & TRAVEL

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"I wouldn't be here without EIT." "I love my job and I'm passionate about tourism & the places it takes me. I get to use the skills and knowledge that I acquired from EIT in my everyday experiences." Hannah Cox Diploma in Travel & Tourism EIT graduate Art Deco Trust

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TOURISM & TRAVEL By studying with EIT you can take a big step towards working in one of the world’s biggest industries. If you love travel, think New Zealand is a great tourist destination, or want to help others see the world, study for a qualification that can really take you places.

YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduates can gain employment in the exciting world of tourism in a variety of roles. These could be as a travel consultant, wholesale tour consultant, flight or cruise attendant, travel reservation staff, attractions guide, tour guide or airline ground staff.

To find out more check out tourism.eit.ac.nz

NZ Certificate in Tourism [Level 3] Let your future take flight with the NZ Certificate in Tourism. You will use your adventurous spirit and passion for customer service to guide people on their way to exploring and experiencing all the world has to offer. EIT’s Travel Centre is set up to simulate a real-life travel agency and is used for role-plays between tourism provider and tourist. Length 19 weeks full-time

Start date February

Fee

Campus

$4,040 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay or Tairāwhiti

NZ Certificate in Tourism [Level 4] Get on-board one of the world’s fastest growing industries and you’ll never look back. Kick things off with this certificate and you’ll be preparing yourself for a career that will really take you places as you enter the exciting world of tourism. The certificate also includes first aid training. Length 19 weeks full-time

Start date July

Fee

Campus

$3,460 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay or Tairāwhiti

NZ Diploma in Tourism and Travel [Level 5] Upon completion of this diploma you’ll be able to assist in the delivery of a quality visitor experience in a tour group company, an airport or within many other areas of the tourism industry. The programme includes an overnight study tour, work experience, and the theoretical knowledge required for a bar manager’s certificate.

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Length 1year full-time

Start date February

Fee

Campus

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$5,750 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay

It's easy to enrol - go to tourism.eit.ac.nz


VETERINARY NURSING

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"I loved my time at EIT." "The support from my tutors helped me to get to where I am today - I have a job as a Vet Nurse at a local vet clinic which I can do alongside my study.� Rebecca Renner NZ Diploma in Veterinary Nursing EIT student Vetent Havelock North

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ANIMAL MANAGEMENT & VETERINARY NURSING Are you passionate about the care and welfare of animals? Here’s your chance to learn about this exciting world: from animal husbandry to anatomy and first aid. Plus, you will be responsible for the animal residents of EIT’s animal facility. You will gain the skills necessary to assist veterinarians or help manage an animal facility.

YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES You could work with animals in a veterinary practice, animal facility, laboratory, animal hospital or wildlife park. You could also go on to earn a qualification in veterinary nursing, technology or science.

To find out more check out vetnursing.eit.ac.nz

NZ Certificate in Animal Management (Companion Animals Strand) [Level 4] Gain the skills required to work in the animal care and handling industry through hands-on practical training, animal theory and work experience placements. Graduates will be able to demonstrate knowledge of animal anatomy and physiology, animal husbandry, recognise the signs of ill-health, and apply first aid to small animals. You must be willing to work with all animals, plus dissect and handle animal body parts and fluids. Length 41 weeks full-time

Start date February

Fee

Campus

$7,300 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay

NZ Certificate in Animal Technology (Veterinary Nursing Assistant Strand) [Level 5] This qualification will prepare you to work in a veterinary-related field under the supervision and direction of a veterinarian or veterinary nurse. You will learn about animal husbandry and how to maintain animal health within a veterinary clinic, how to care for hospitalised animal patients, assist in surgery preparation and anaesthesia, and conduct routine diagnostic procedures. You will complete a total of 200 hours of work experience in veterinary clinics, & 40 hours in an animal facility. Length 41 weeks full-time

Start date February

Fee

Campus

$7,100 (approx)

Hawke’s Bay

NZ Diploma in Veterinary Nursing [Level 6] Become an essential part of a veterinary team, clinic or hospital and provide surgical and medical veterinary nursing, manage services and perform diagnostic sampling and medical imaging. These skills will be gained through online delivery and via week-long block courses (1 each semester) in our purpose built simulation veterinary clinic. You will also spend a total of 280 hours in veterinary clinics throughout New Zealand. Length 41 weeks full-time

Start date February

Fee

Campus

$7,400 (approx)

Blended - online delivery with on-campus components in Hawke's Bay

Bachelor of Veterinary Nursing [Level 7] Build on your expertise as a veterinary nurse with the new Bachelor of Veterinary Nursing. Graduates of the BVN will place animal welfare at the forefront of every veterinary nursing task and procedure, basing their practice on contemporary evidence and extensive theoretical knowledge. Length 3 years full-time

Start date February

Fee

Campus

$7,400 (approx)

Blended - online delivery with on-campus components in Hawke's Bay

Subject to approval and accreditation.

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VITICULTURE & WINE SCIENCE

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"Studying at EIT gives me all the knowledge I need..." "...to succeed in this exciting industry. My first year was great, I really enjoyed it, I found everything very interesting! The lecturers were awesome, all very supportive, helpful and enthusiastic towards my learning” Frances Creighton Bachelor of Wine Science and Bachelor of Viticulture EIT student

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VITICULTURE & WINE SCIENCE Here’s your chance to study viticulture and wine science in the heart of New Zealand’s premium wine region. You can choose from a range of grapegrowing and winemaking programmes to suit your individual needs. You will learn from highly qualified and experienced lecturers, and gain invaluable experience at our superb teaching and research winery, vineyard, wine sensory and science laboratories. As part of your programme you will be exposed to a wide range of commercial vineyards, winery operations and industry professionals, adding authentic learning opportunities to your study.

YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

EIT’s strong connections with the local wine industry mean you’ll be in a superb position to find employment once you graduate. Our programmes have an excellent global reputation, providing further opportunities to work in some of the world’s great wine regions.

To find out more check out wine.eit.ac.nz

Certificate in Winegrowing [Level 3]

FEE FREE

If you want a hands-on role in a winery or vineyard then this certificate is the perfect place to start. You will gain a sound base of theory alongside valuable practical skills, setting you on a path to growing grapes and creating fine wine. In Tairāwhiti, Gisborne, you will experience winemaking and grapegrowing with a focus on sustainable and organic production. This programme is suitable for learners with no previous experience in cellar or vineyard operations, or current employees in wineries or vineyards wanting to further their knowledge. Length 1 year full-time

Start date July

Fee

Campus

Fee FREE

Tairāwhiti

Science Pathway [Level 4] NZ Certificate in Study and Career Preparation This is the ideal introduction programme if you’re interested in working in the wine industry or wish to continue studying another field of science. This programme is designed for people who are interested in working in the winegrowing industry but who may not have the necessary entry requirements to begin study at degree level. Successful completion of this certificate will provide you with appropriate science background knowledge and skills, enabling you to pathway into the Bachelor of Viticulture or the Bachelor of Wine Science degree. Length 19 weeks full-time*

Start date July

Fee

Campus

$3,100 (approx)

Hawke's Bay

* Part-time study available

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Chris Scott - Church Road Winery winemaker & Bachelor of Wine Science graduate, Sanne Witteveen - Bachelor of Wine Science graduate and Elise Picot - Bachelor of Wine Science & Viticulture concurrent student.

Bachelor of Viticulture and Wine Science** [Level 7] There has never been a better time or place to discover the intriguing world from vine to wine. New Zealand’s great wines cannot be produced without the skills and knowledge of top viticulturalists and winemakers. In this programme you’ll learn about grape varietals, the soils and environments best suited to growing grapes plus the science and business involved in turning the fruit into one of New Zealand’s premium export products to ensure the ongoing success of our wine industry. Study the science of viticulture and winemaking (oenology) in one of New Zealand’s premium wine growing regions. The degree covers specialist technical, scientific, and business skills in growing grapes and making wine. You will gain hands-on experience in our on-campus vineyard, purpose-built winery and science laboratory facilities, as well as complete vineyard and vintage work experience in the winegrowing industry. You must be 18 years of age or over on the 1st February of the year you begin this programme. If you are under 18, you may be provisionally accepted into the programme but will be restricted in the courses in which you can enrol before you turn 18 years of age.

Length 3 years full-time*

Start date February and July (part-time only)

Fee

Campus

$800 per course (approx)

Hawke’s Bay

*Part-time study available. **Subject to approval and accreditation

Graduate Diploma in Oenology or Graduate Diploma in Viticulture [Level 7] If you already have a degree, these graduate diplomas will allow you to fast track into a viticulture or oenology (wine science) specialisation. They are particularly suitable if you are working in the winegrowing industry and wish to increase and deepen your skills and knowledge to further your career. The programmes emphasise the specific scientific and technical aspects of grapegrowing and winemaking and can be studied either on campus or online. EIT offers the only distance learning graduate diplomas in viticulture and oenology in New Zealand. To enrol in this programme you need to have a three year degree or equivalent qualification, or be able to demonstrate significant work and experience in the wine industry or in another science-related field.

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Length 1 year full-time*

Start date February and July (part-time only)

Fee

Campus

$800 per course (approx)

Hawke’s Bay or online with an on-campus component in Hawke’s Bay

Part-time study available

Want to know more? Visit wine.eit.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.

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ENROLMENT INFORMATION HOW TO ENROL

STEP 1

STEP 3

You can apply to StudyLink now if you need help to pay your fees, course related costs or living costs. You can do this even if you haven't been accepted on to your programme yet. Visit www.studylink.govt.nz to apply.

You may also receive course selection forms. You need to complete these quickly and return them to us so we can finalise your enrolment. If you do not send these back to us we are not able to give StudyLink the information they need to finalise your student finance.

STEP 2

STEP 4

Check out eit.ac.nz to find out more about the programmes we offer and to enrol online. You can also request a printed enrolment pack online or by calling us.

If you apply online you will be sent a form to check, sign and return to EIT along with any required supporting documents. If you are applying by paper enrolment form, you will need to complete this and send back to EIT with any required supporting documents.

You will receive an acceptance letter with programme information including your start date.

You will receive an invoice with payment details. You must arrange for full payment of your enrolment fees before the start of your programme. Contact us if you have any questions.

0800 22 55 348 | www.eit.ac.nz | info@eit.ac.nz STUDENT SERVICES LEVY The Student Services Levy is a compulsory non-tuition fee that is charged to students enrolled at EIT. The levy is to contribute to the provision of quality student services that support learning. The funds received by EIT from the levy are ring-fenced, meaning they can only be spent on student services. STUDENT LOANS AND ALLOWANCES StudyLink is a service of the Ministry of Social Development. Apply well before your programme begins (even if you haven't been accepted yet) so you'll be ready to get your payments when you need them most. Check out what you quality for at studylink.govt.nz or phone 0800 88 99 00. A Student Allowance is a weekly payment to help you with living expenses. It doesn't have to be paid back. A Student Loan is made up of three parts – compulsory fees, course-related costs and living costs. You have to pay these back.

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FEES-FREE STUDY You could be eligible for FEES-FREE STUDY*

Check out feesfree.govt.nz for details *conditions apply

Š Eastern Institute of Technology DISCLAIMER: All information in this publication pertains to New Zealand Citizens or Permanent Residents, and is correct at the time of printing but is subject to change. EIT reserves the right to amend/withdraw programmes or courses. Fees for 2020 will be set by EIT Council by November 2019 and are subject to change. For the latest information, or for full programme entry requirements visit eit.ac.nz or phone 0800 22 55 348.


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