ADDICTIONS, COUNSELLING AND YOUTH STUDIES
New Zealand Certificate in Health and Wellbeing with strands in Health Assistance and Support Work Start: February 2016 Level 3 Length: 20 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone Entry criteria: NCEA Level 1 literacy and numeracy
Ideal if you’re working, or wishing to gain employment, as a care worker for elderly, people with disabilities, or general community support. Learn how to respond to and recognise change. Choose from two strands: Health Assistance Provide care under the direction of a health professional. Support Worker Offer support to maximise client independence.
Diploma in Health Psychology: Hauora Hinengaro Start: February 2016 Level 5 Length: 1 year, full-time Campus: Petone and Wellington Entry criteria: 36 credits at NCEA Level 2 in 3 subjects
Explore how our own attitudes, as well as that of friends, family and the media influence our health. Students often progress to counselling, psychology or social work.
Certificate in Supervision (Human Services) Start: February Level 5 and July 2016 Length: 17 weeks, part-time Campus: Wellington, Auckland and Christchurch Entry criteria: NCEA Level 3, with 14 credits from 3 approved subjects, 10 Level 2 literacy credits and Level 1 numeracy, plus industry experience
Designed for experienced practitioners working in the social, health and human services sector, you’ll learn the latest in the theory and practice of supervision.
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Diploma in Counselling Applied Start: February 2016 Level 6 (Wgtn only) and July 2016 (Akld and Wtgn) Length: 2 years, part-time Campus: Wellington and Auckland
Bachelor of Counselling Start: February 2016 Level 7 (Wtgn only) and July 2016 (Akld and Wtgn) Length: 3 years, full-time Campus: Wellington and Auckland Entry criteria: NCEA Level 3, with 14 credits from 3 approved subjects, 10 Level 2 literacy credits and Level 1 numeracy requirement or equivalent
Gain the skills to practise professionally according to the values and ethics of the New Zealand Association of Counsellors (NZAC). Learn to be a competent, critical and reflective practitioner with a sound theoretical base and the skills to practise independently and co-operatively within a culturallydiverse and ethically-appropriate counselling context.
Graduate Diploma in Counselling Practice Level 7 Start: February and July 2016 Length: 1 year, full-time Campus: Wellington and Auckland Entry criteria: Bachelor’s degree in health or social services or experience
Designed to meet the needs of professionals who require a qualification to continue working or to gain new employment in the counselling sector. Develop counselling skills under supervision in real situations.
Entry criteria: 42 credits at NCEA Level 3, with 14 Level 3 credits in 3 subjects, 14 Level 1 numeracy credits, 8 Level 2 literacy credits
Understand how to apply a range of counselling theories in client-centred practice.
Programmes and course details may change. Confirm your options by calling a Student Advisor on 0800 WELTEC (935 832).