ADDICTIONS, COUNSELLING AND YOUTH STUDIES
Bachelor of Youth Development Start: February and Level 7 July 2016 (Akld, Wtgn and Chch*) Length: 3 years, full-time Campus: Wellington, Auckland and Christchurch Entry criteria: 42 credits at NCEA Level 3, with 14 credits at Level 3 in 3 subjects, 10 Level 2 literacy credits and Level 1 numeracy. Or equivalent experience/qualifications
Keen to see young people thrive? You’ll gain the skills and on-the-job work experience to help shape young lives. The degree is for anyone working with young people in environments like community centres. Youth support services. Schools. Faith-based organisations. Māori and Pasifika communities. Police. Youth Aid. Youth policy. And more.
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Open doors to options in community and youth work through to roles in health, education, justice or welfare services. *Subject to approval.