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Certificate in Alcohol and Drug Studies (Support Work) Start: February Level 5 and July 2016 Length: 34 weeks, part-time Campus: Wellington and Auckland Entry criteria: 42 credits at NCEA Level 3, with 14 credits at Level 3 in 3 subjects, 14 Level 1 numeracy credits, 8 Level 2 literacy credits

Whether you’re looking to begin a career in the field of addictions or complement your industry experience with further study, you’ll gain an understanding of the causes and effects of addictive behaviours. Learn leading strategies in the assessment and treatment of those suffering from addictions and develop a client-centred approach in your practice.

Diploma in Alcohol and Drug Studies Level 6 Start: February and July 2016 Length: 1 and 1/2 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 or equivalent.

Advance your understanding of causes and treatment of addictive behaviours. Develop your ability to critically analyse addiction theories. Become accomplished in the assessment, intervention, management and treatment of addiction disorders.

Bachelor of Addiction Studies Level 7 Start: February and July 2016 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, or equivalent

This programme offers current bestpractice research and courses in areas such as criminal justice and abuse. The degree provides graduates with the practitioner competencies and values of the Addiction Practitioners’ Association AotearoaNew Zealand (Dapaanz).

Graduate Diploma in Addiction, Alcohol and Drug Studies Start: February Level 7 and July 2016 Length: 1 year, full-time Campus: Wellington and Auckland Entry criteria: Bachelor’s degree in health or social services or experience

Become familiar with the scope of addiction, alcohol and drug services, as well as assessment and intervention strategies for clients with addiction and co-existing mental health disorders.

Graduate Diploma in Applied Addiction Studies Start: February Level 7 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 for those with prior clinical experience, you’ll gain a specialist understanding of addiction. Learn the latest industry models in the assessment and intervention of addictions. Put theory into practice with a clinical work placement.

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