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U O Y R O F DO IT You’re about to make some BIG decisions. Not always easy ones either. So here’s an idea. Just for a moment forget about what and where you should study, and think solely about you. Your personality. The way you learn best. Your strengths, abilities, particular likes and perhaps most importantly, the sort of world you want to end up in. Know yourself, and you’ll discover that all the whats, hows and wheres will just fall into place. So does the world of Health or Social Practice really excite you? Let’s see...

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YOUR GUIDE TO GETTING WHERE YOU WANT TO BE There are many different options in the world of health and social practice. This book will help you decide where you want to be, and how to get there. Explore your career options Your future in nursing

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You care about people but…doesn’t everyone? Well no, they don’t. Not the way you do. You take the time to listen and understand. Caring, communicating, supporting, those things just come naturally to you. And so will the world of Health or Social Practice.

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Your future in midwifery

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Your future in occupational therapy

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Your future in social practice Counselling Social work

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Your future at Wintec Life on campus Learning made easy Your well-being Hamilton

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EXPLORE YOUR CAREER OPTIONS Becoming a health care professional is about changing people’s lives and making a real difference. You can specialise, supervise, work flexible hours, and become an advocate to improve the well-being of thousands. Wintec puts the latest technology at your fingertips, industry respected tutors by your side, and the opportunity to graduate with an internationally recognised qualification.

HEALTH ENROLLED OR REGISTERED NURSE In clinical practice you will provide nursing care and treatment to patients in their homes, caring and supporting patients in hospitals or private clinics, educating groups and individuals on health and working with other professionals to advocate for the needs of patients and their wha ¯ nau. There are many directions you could take in the world of Nursing but whichever one you choose, you will have the opportunity to make a real difference in someone’s life everyday. To find out more turn to page 6. MIDWIFERY Midwives provide advice to women planning on becoming pregnant and support women during pregnancy, labour and birth, and for up to six weeks following the birth. You could be doing this in hospitals, birthing centres, women’s homes or community practices. There’s also the opportunity to own your own business in the world of midwifery, and as a Wintec graduate, your qualification in this field will be recognised and respected internationally. To find out more turn to page 14. OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY Helping people who, because of illness, injury or circumstance, are limited in their ability to undertake the activities of everyday life is hugely rewarding. You will be assisting and encouraging your patients to overcome difficulties, regain lost functions, develop social skills and strive for independence. In the world of Occupational Therapy, every small step that you help someone take inspires an acute sense of achievement. Within this field Wintec also has a career path for a REHABILITATION TRAINER, someone who helps people after injury – for more details on this role see Wintec’s Sport and Education career and programme guide. To find out more turn to page 18.

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MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT WORKER Work with and support people who have had, or who currently experience episodes of mental distress. Mental health support workers work with consumers to make changes in their lives and develop their confidence in a manner that is consistent with cultural, spiritual, emotional and gender orientations. To find out more turn to page 21.

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COUNSELLOR Meeting with couples, families, groups or individuals to talk about issues of concern and to assist them to make changes in their lives. There is the opportunity to specialise in different areas and even run your own practice. To find out more turn to page 21.

SOCIAL WORKER Working with people to solve problems, to provide information and to help people achieve their full potential is highly rewarding. You can work in the community, in schools, Government, NonGovernment Organisations and health agencies. This career provides the opportunity for advocacy on behalf of your clients and the opportunity to work towards social change by lobbying regional and national Government bodies. To find out more turn to page 21.

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¯ ORI COUNSELLOR MA Talking with individuals, couples, wha¯nau and groups and providing them with information and support in a way which encompasses holistic philosophies and consideration of Ma¯ori culture. This work includes advocacy, conflict mediation and assists to make positive changes to the lives of Ma¯ori and non-Ma¯ori. To find out more turn to page 21.

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Working with individuals, couples, families, wha¯nau, groups and communities, to offer support, to advocate on their behalf and to work towards social change. Wintec provides you with the knowledge, skills and qualifications you need to make a positive difference in the lives of people and our society.

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YOUR FUTURE IN NURSING SO WHAT WOULD I DO ALL DAY? That depends on the area of Nursing you’d most like to work in. A PRIMARY HEALTH CARE NURSE works in a variety of roles encompassing population health, health promotion, disease prevention, wellness care, first-point-of-contact care and disease management for individuals, wha¯nau, communities and populations. Postions include public health nurses, practice nurses, Plunket nurses, school nurses, occupational health nurses, rural nurses, sexual health nurses, mental health etc. If developing specialist skills in a particular area of nursing interests you, then consider a career as a HOSPITAL NURSE. In this role you could specialise in mental health, child health, aged care, oncology (cancer), intensive care, operating theatre, community health or workplace health and safety. Your day could be spent discussing, planning and carrying out nursing care in your specialist area, monitoring patients’ conditions and recording important changes, giving medications and intravenous drugs, educating patients and their families about health care needs and checking equipment and supplies.

As an ENROLLED NURSE you will deliver nursing care and health education in a variety of health care settings, including rehabilitation, acute care, aged care and mental health. You will work under the direction and delegation of a registered nurse. NURSE PRACTITIONERS promote health, prevent disease and help diagnose, assess and manage people’s health needs. Your day could include providing a wide range of assessment and treatment interventions, including differential diagnoses; ordering, conducting and interpreting diagnostic and laboratory tests; and administering therapies for the management of potential or actual health needs. You will work in partnership with individuals, families, wha¯nau and communities across a range of settings. PROFESSIONAL SUPERVISION. Facilitate critically reflective, restorative and accountable practise in professional practitioners.

“As the Director of Nursing and Midwifery at the Waikato District Health Board I know we need to replace and replenish our existing workforce with a mixture of experienced and new nurses and midwives. As such we have total confidence in the newly graduated students from Wintec, who enter our nurse entry to practice programme and first year of clinical practice for our midwives.” Sue Hayward, Director of Nursing and Midwifery, Waikato District Health Board 6

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NCEA Level 1 - 12 credits in English, or an equivalent qualification.

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A minimum of 12 credits in NCEA English Level 1 and 12 credits in NCEA Mathematics Level 1 and 36 credits NCEA Level 2 or equivalent.

CAREER As an Enrolled Nurse you will be ready to practise as a beginning level Enrolled Nurse in a variety of health care settings under the direction and delegation of a registered nurse.

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Support of the older person in rest homes and community care, disability providers in community care, residential care and community day programmes, special needs assistants and teacher aides in schools, vocational services, rehabilitation services, support staff in a range of industries.

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Certificate in Introduction to Study (Level 4) Page Upon completion of the Certificate in Introduction to Study candidates will need to apply for their next programme.

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START YOUR CAREER HERE A minimum of 42 credits at NCEA Level 3 or higher on the National Qualifications Framework.

CAREER Advanced nursing practice positions, speciality nurse, management or research.

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Nurse Practitioner (with or without prescribing), advanced nursing practice positions, nursing lecturer, management or research.

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PROGRAMMES CERTIFICATE IN INTRODUCTION TO STUDY (LEVEL 4) CC0401 LENGTH OF STUDY: Starts March or July for one semester STUDY: Full-time or part-time equivalent LOCATION: Hamilton City Campus

DIPLOMA IN ENROLLED NURSING (LEVEL 5) HL1101

BACHELOR OF NURSING (LEVEL 7) HL0902

DURATION: Starts July for 18 months STUDY: Full-time or part-time equivalent LOCATION: Hamilton City Campus OVERVIEW The Diploma in Enrolled Nursing provides an excellent introductory health care education. You will gain knowledge and skills in nursing, social science, and the structure and function of the human body.

OVERVIEW This programme will help you develop an understanding of what is expected at tertiary level, along with the skills, knowledge and confidence you need to succeed in tertiary education. It will also help you prepare for the Bachelor of Nursing. ENTRY CRITERIA - SUMMARY Candidates are required to have gained NCEA Level 1 - 12 credits in English, or an equivalent qualification.

Graduates have the opportunity to enrol with the Nursing Council of New Zealand as an enrolled nurse and will be ready to practise in a variety of health care settings. NOT JUST THEORY You will learn skills in simulated learning environments from tutors who are experienced registered nurses with specific clinical skills. We have partnerships with a number of healthcare providers where you will apply your learning in the clinical practise components of the programme, meaning you will graduate with the practical skills you need for your career. TIHEI MAURI ORA ROOPU If you identify as a M¯aori or Pacific Islander you can choose to study in the Tihei Mauri Ora stream. This option allows you to study in a culturally supportive environment and integrates all areas of knowledge from both the western and M¯aori worlds. ENTRY CRITERIA - SUMMARY To enter this programme you require a minimum of 12 credits in NCEA English Level 1, a minimum of 12 credits in NCEA Mathematics (or P¯angarau) Level 1 and 36 credits NCEA Level 2 or equivalent. You must also meet all other specifications in the entry criteria.

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DURATION: Starts February or July for three years STUDY: Full-time or part-time equivalent LOCATION: Hamilton City Campus OVERVIEW In Wintec’s learning facilities you will develop the knowledge and skills you need to become an in-demand Registered Nurse in a variety of health care settings. At the completion of the programme, you sit a Nursing Council of New Zealand registration exam and exit with an internationally recognised degree. WELCOME TO THE REAL WORLD Nursing is a hands-on career and that’s the way we teach it at Wintec. Our real world simulated learning area is set up as an actual ward where you practise on computerised patient simulation models that assume real life health issues. Your tutors are all experienced registered nurses with specific clinical skills, and you’ll also find many of your tutors are involved in research and clinical practise. PRACTISE WHAT YOU LEARN You will do a minimum of 1100 hours across four of the following areas – chronicity disability, elderly care, acute, family and infant – learning on real patients under the supervision of a registered nurse at our partnership organisations: Waikato DHB, private hospitals, elderly care centres or M¯aori Health Providers. ENTRY CRITERIA - SUMMARY 42 credits at NCEA Level 3 or higher and a minimum of 14 credits in Mathematics at Level 1 or higher and a minimum of 8 credits at Level 2 or higher in English or Te Reo Ma¯ori and 12 credits at Level 2 on the National Qualifications Framework in Biology, Chemistry Science or Physics. Please see the ‘Next Step’ below for information on where to find the full entry criteria.

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For more information about how to enrol or to find out more, go to page 36. Find out about life at Wintec on page 28.

For more information about how to enrol or to find out more, go to page 36. Find out about life at Wintec on page 28.

Or, visit www.wintec.ac.nz/CC0401 for full module details and entry criteria.

Or, visit www.wintec.ac.nz/HL1101 for full module details and entry criteria.

Or, visit www.wintec.ac.nz/HL0902 for full module details and entry criteria.

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HANDS-ON LEARNING Nursing is a hands-on career and that’s the way we teach it at Wintec. Our real world simulated learning area is set up as an actual ward where you practice on computerised patient simulation models that assume real life health issues. Tihei Mauri Ora tutors and Kaiawhina are all qualified registered nurses who identify as Ma¯ori and are currently conducting research in their individual fields. This means that what you learn is as relevant and up-to-date as you can get! ¯ NAU IN NURSING WHA You will learn through wh¯anau-based tutorials which cover the philosophical background that sits alongside the nursing theory and practice. This is taught using the four dimensions which include physical well-being, thoughts and emotions, spirituality (the connections with ancestors) and nursing the people around the patient e.g. relatives. SUPPORT You will be supported throughout your studies by The Kaiawhina (who is a qualified registered nurse) and has close networks with stakeholders and links with Kauma¯tua.

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BENEFIT FROM PARTNERSHIPS Wintec has partnerships with the Waikato DHB, private hospitals, M¯aori Health Providers and elderly care centres. These are where you undertake clinical experience, and they are also potential future employers. We maintain strong links with Tainui and Ma¯ori who assist our students in finding work placements and transitioning from study into the workplace encompassing the wha¯nau philosophies. ONLINE FLEXIBILITY All study modules have elements including reference materials, interactive learning tools and assessment work available via Moodle, Wintec’s online teaching and learning system. ENTRY CRITERIA - SUMMARY 42 credits at NCEA Level 3 or higher and a minimum of 14 credits in Mathematics at Level 1 or higher and a minimum of 8 credits at Level 2 or higher in English or Te Reo Ma¯ori and 12 credits at Level 2 on the National Qualifications Framework in Biology, Chemistry Science or Physics. Please see the ‘Next Step’ below for information on where to find the full entry criteria.

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After successfully completing any two postgraduate modules you may choose to exit with a Postgraduate Certificate in Nursing. You can then return to complete the Postgraduate Diploma at a later date provided this is within four years of your first enrolment in Postgraduate Nursing studies. HELPING YOU LEARN ONLINE Online learning is an integral part of your study modules. For students who are new to online learning and the use of other digital media, face-to-face tutorials with colleagues and academic staff in Wintec’s computer lab are provided to build your confidence within a supportive environment. ENTRY CRITERIA - SUMMARY To enrol you must have an undergraduate Nursing degree from an NZ teritary instution and hold a current NZ Practising Certificate as a Registered Nurse. Please see the ‘Next Step’ below for information on where to find the full entry criteria.

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OVERVIEW This programme provides Registered Nurses with the opportunity to extend their clinical knowledge and skills in a specific area of practice. It consists of four modules - two core modules and two practice modules - covering a range of advanced specialty practice areas.

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At the completion of the programme, you sit a Nursing Council of New Zealand registration exam and exit with an internationally recognised degree.

PRACTISE WHAT YOU LEARN You have the opportunity to integrate theory and procedure through clinical practice within a hospital and health care facility. You will do a minimum of 1100 hours across three main areas – medical/ surgical (hospital), primary health care, mental health - learning on real patients under the supervision of a registered nurse. The philosophy of wha¯nau flows through to your on-job training.

DURATION: Starts February or July STUDY: Part-time LOCATION: Hamilton City Campus EXIT QUALIFICATION: Postgraduate Certificate in Nursing on completion of two modules

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OVERVIEW On this unique programme you will develop the knowledge and skills you need to become an in-demand Registered Nurse in a variety of health care settings, while incorporating information from both the western and M¯aori worlds. The programme supports the pertinent articles of the Treaty of Waitangi (partnership, protection and participation) by implementing a body of knowledge that is explicitly Ma¯ori.

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DURATION: Starts February or July for three years STUDY: Full-time LOCATION: Hamilton City Campus

Tutorials are held separately and delivered by Tihei Mauri Ora tutors in a supportive environment that caters for different learning. Extra learning services such as additional face-to-face tutorials are provide by Te Kete K¯onae.

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PROGRAMMES RELATED COURSES MASTER OF NURSING (LEVEL 9) HL0502

CERTIFICATE IN NURSING (COMPETENCE ASSESSMENT PROGRAMME) (LEVEL 7) HL1001

DURATION: Starts February or July STUDY: Part-time LOCATION: Hamilton City Campus

DURATION: Starts June for 6 - 12 weeks STUDY: Part-time LOCATION: Hamilton City Campus

OVERVIEW This New Zealand Nursing Council approved Clinical Masters Programme provides opportunities for role development in advanced nursing practice including Nurse Practitioner (with or without prescribing). It involves theoretical knowledge development as well as clinical and ethical learning experiences with an aim to building capacity to respond to increasingly diverse populations and complex health environments. HOW YOU STUDY You will be joined in critically reflective discussions about practice by guest clinicians from nursing and other disciplines as well as visiting scholars and Nurse Practitioners. Expert clinicians provide our Master students with clinical mentorship to assist in consolidating and articulating advanced nursing practice and presenting evidence of it as a portfolio for practice. ENTRY CRITERIA - SUMMARY To enter this programme you must have completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Nursing with a grade average of B or better, and have graduate nursing experience in the health sector demonstrated in a professional portfolio. Please see the ‘Next Step’ below for information on where to find the full entry criteria.

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OVERVIEW New Zealand nurses returning to practice after a period of five years or more are required to complete an approved competence assessment programme before a practicing certificate may be issued. Overseas nurses may also be required to complete this programme before being able to become registered in New Zealand. You will learn content that ensures you can demonstrate current and competent nursing skills within your scope of nursing practice. This includes a theory component specific to New Zealand’s health context covering areas such as an understanding of the Treaty of Waitangi, cultural safety and the legislation and guidelines for the practice of nursing in New Zealand. ENTRY CRITERIA - SUMMARY This programme is for New Zealand registered nurses or enrolled nurses registered with the Nursing Council of New Zealand who are returning to nursing practice after a break of five or more years.

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES (FOUNDATION SKILLS) (LEVEL 2) TK1001 DURATION: Starts March for 13 weeks STUDY: Part-time LOCATION: Te Kuiti, Thames, Gracelands Te Awamutu, Taumarunui OVERVIEW Caring for the older person, those with disabilities or someone convalescing takes special skills and knowledge. On this programme you’ll learn those skills from experienced, qualified tutors through a combination of workshops and visits to healthcare organisations. Provided in association with Gracelands Group of Services, you will get hands-on experience and you will work with currently practicing industry experts. Modules of the programme will also help you plan your future career, prepare a CV and develop job search and interview skills. HERE’S WHAT YOU’LL STUDY • Infection control • Well-being and quality of life • Safety and security • Working in a health and disability setting • Equipment and people • Describe a safe working environment • Apply a service delivery plan • Pre-packaged medications • Rights and responsibilities ENTRY CRITERIA - SUMMARY Entry to this programme is open although students must demonstrate reasonable likelihood of success.

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For more information about how to enrol or to find out more, go to page 36. Find out about life at Wintec on page 28.

For more information about how to enrol or to find out more, go to page 36. Find out about life at Wintec on page 28.

Or, visit www.wintec.ac.nz/HL0502 for full module details and entry criteria.

Or, visit www.wintec.ac.nz/HL1001 for full module details and entry criteria.

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DURATION: Starts February for 1 year full-time equivalent STUDY: Full-time or Part-time LOCATION: Hamilton City Campus STUDY STRUCTURE: Completion of four modules

POSTGRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN PROFESSIONAL SUPERVISION (LEVEL 8) DURATION: Starts February/July for 6 months full-time equivalent STUDY: Full-time or Part-time LOCATION: Hamilton City Campus STUDY STRUCTURE: Completion of two modules

POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL PRACTICE (PROFESSIONAL SUPERVISION) (LEVEL 8)

ENTRY CRITERIA - SUMMARY Entry into these programmes requires an undergraduate degree in Health or Social Practice or related discipline or a suitable portfolio of evidence. Please see the ‘Next Step’ below for information on where to find the full entry criteria.

RELEVANT LEARNING These programmes will extend the existing qualifications pathways and will allow higher level professional development that is inter-disciplinary. It is relevant to practitioners from a wide range of practice contexts and the resulting inter-disciplinary interaction of health and social services practitioners will enhance and strengthen service delivery in the region.

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DURATION: Starts February for 1 year full-time equivalent STUDY: Full-time or Part-time LOCATION: Hamilton City Campus STUDY STRUCTURE: Completion of four modules

BROADEN YOUR CAREER OPTIONS The aim of these programmes is to provide you with greater capacity to work in management, leadership or senior practitioner roles either in your current field or within specialised fields of practice which include: working with children and youth, the elderly, people with disabilities, refugees and migrants and in the area of mental health. You can become skilled in a new field, or further advance your current specialisation.

INDUSTRY SPECIALIST An interdisciplinary context will enable graduates to extend their capacity for critical and professional/clinical reasoning for specialist practice, leadership, management and supervision in complex professional environments.

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POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL PRACTICE (LEVEL 8)

These programmes are available to international students who may be overseas qualified health or social services practitioners but may not be New Zealand registered. This programme will not lead to New Zealand Health or Social Practice Professional Registration.

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DURATION: Starts February/July for 6 months full-time equivalent STUDY: Full-time or Part-time LOCATION: Hamilton City Campus STUDY STRUCTURE: Completion of two modules

INTERDISCIPLINARY LEARNING These programmes are designed for professionals in the fields of health and social practice which include: occupational therapy, nursing, midwifery, social work, counselling and human services. They offer learning opportunities designed to inform your practice and develop valued knowledge in Treaty based practice. You will learn and grow professionally while undertaking interactive and experientialbased education alongside senior practitioners in health and social practice.

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POSTGRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL PRACTICE (LEVEL 8)

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RELATED SHORT COURSES PRECEPTORSHIP OF NURSES IN PRACTISE HLPR701 DURATION: Six weeks LOCATION: Waikato and Bay of Plenty DHB with two days at Wintec’s Hamilton City Campus OVERVIEW This module is designed to prepare Registered Nurses to precept students who are enrolled in a Wintec nursing programme, and new graduate nurses into the clinical environment successfully. It provides a learning experience using educational strategies for adult students that reflects competencies from the New Zealand Nursing Council.

SHORT COURSE IN DIABETES CARE AND MANAGEMENT (LEVEL 7) HL1003 Duration: Ten weeks, applicants accepted throughout the year Study: Part-time Location: Hamilton City Campus OVERVIEW This short course, delivered in partnership with the Waikato Regional Diabetes Service, is designed to provide health professionals with the skills and knowledge to provide care, selfmanagement support and education for those at risk of or with diabetes. On the successful completion of the course primary health care nurses will be able to carry out the complete assessments, self-management plans and referrals for appropriate advice. You will be qualified to act as a resource within your practice setting. FLEXIBLE STUDY The five workshop days can be programmed to best meet the needs of the health service providers. They may be held as a one week block or as one day per week over five weeks.

SHORT COURSE IN CERVICAL SMEAR TAKING (LEVEL 7) HL1002 DURATION: Starts April or September from 8.30 am to 5.00 pm for four days over a four week period. STUDY: Part-time LOCATION: Hamilton City Campus OVERVIEW This course is designed to provide health professionals with up-to-date knowledge, skills and confidence as Cervical Smear Takers conforming to the National Standards of Competency. It involves two, two-day blocks of theory training along with a practical component. You will achieve certification after completing 30 smears and demonstrating the necessary competency skills as described in the National Cervical Screening Programmes Standards of Practice. The Course Includes: • Women’s health • Anatomy and physiology • Cytology • Communications • Cultural issues • Follow-up and referral • Women’s sexuality • Legal / Ethical issues and education • National Cervical Screening Programme and Register • Client assessment and history taking • Smear taking There is a lot of interest in this course and priority will be given to those who are presently in a position to take cervical smears in the Waikato (e.g. General Practice) or intend on reaching priority groups i.e. women 35 years plus, Ma¯ori and Pacific Island women.

MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION (LEVEL 7) HS1104 DURATION: 30 weeks STUDY: Part-time LOCATION: Hamilton City Campus OVERVIEW If you’re a health or social practice practitioner, this programme will develop your specific capabilities in mental health and addiction. Graduates will learn the skills for assessing and planning interventions for service users with mental health and addiction issues. It is intended to ensure that graduates are able to demonstrate current and competent mental health and addiction practice within their discipline. They will incorporate the articles of the Treaty of Waitangi, cultural safety and the relevant legislation and guidelines in their practice. WHAT YOU’LL STUDY Students will complete two modules: • Complex and Long-Term Support in Mental Health and Addiction • Acute and Complex Care in Mental Health and Addiction ENTRY CRITERIA – SUMMARY Candidates are required to be New Zealand current health or social practice practitioners or to be undertaking Wintec’s Bachelor of Applied Social Science. All candidates will need to provide the names and contact details of two referees. Candidates who do not meet these entry criteria may still be considered. Please see the full entry criteria for details.

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If you’re still at secondary school, talk to your Careers Advisor about spending a day in the World of Nursing on this one day taster course.

OVERVIEW This programme is suited for you if you are thinking of becoming a supervisor or are currently supervising and need to obtain a formal qualification. This programme explores the nature of supervision, the core processes within supervision and the professional and organisational context of supervision. It will prepare you to be able to establish a supervisory relationship and to understand the nature and intention of contracting within supervision. You will develop the skills and knowledge to apply a model of supervision which structures the stages of a supervision session.

ENTRY LEVEL: Year 10 and above DURATION: One day Experience a range of nursing activities in Wintec’s School of Health simulated learning area. This area is set up as an actual hospital ward complete with computerised patient simulation models that assume real life health issues. During the day you will find out about the changing role of the nurse and also learn which subjects at secondary school will assist your application and success in the Bachelor of Nursing.

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ENTRY CRITERIA - SUMMARY Candidates are required to have a health or social services qualification at Level 6, and be employed or working in a position that will allow them to engage in supervision.

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YOUR FUTURE IN MIDWIFERY SO WHAT WOULD I DO ALL DAY? As a MIDWIFE your days are spent supporting, advising and caring for women during pregnancy, labour and birth, and for several weeks following the birth. This includes providing information and education on pregnancy, birth and parenting, discussing and organising ultrasound and blood tests, referring to other specialists when necessary, prescribing medication if required, examining and caring for newborn babies, advising on breastfeeding, immunisations, contraception and all other mother and baby health issues.

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CAREER Employment in a rest home, or a career in other areas of health.

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Registered Midwife in hospitals, birthing units and communities, or as a Lead Maternity Care Giver.

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PROGRAMMES CERTIFICATE IN INTRODUCTION TO STUDY (LEVEL 4) CC0401 DURATION: Starts March or July for one semester STUDY: Full-time or part-time LOCATION: Hamilton City Campus OVERVIEW This programme will help you develop an understanding of what is expected at tertiary level along with the skills, knowledge and confidence you need to succeed in tertiary education. It will also help you prepare for the Bachelor of Midwifery or further study in nursing, sports science or health related programmes. ENTRY CRITERIA - SUMMARY Candidates are required to have gained NCEA Level 1 - 12 credits in English, or an equivalent qualification.

BACHELOR OF MIDWIFERY HL0901 DURATION: Starts January for three years STUDY: Full-time LOCATION: Hamilton City Campus and regional hubs in Tauranga, Gisborne and Hawkes Bay OVERVIEW Wintec works closely with the District Health Board in Waikato, Bay of Plenty, Tarawhiti, Lakes and Hawkes Bay in developing this unique programme leading to registration as a qualified Midwife. As you learn, you’re given the opportunity to apply your knowledge through hospital placements and with a midwife in independent practice. On completion of the programme, you sit the National Midwifery Examination to become a Registered Midwife. A PRACTICAL APPROACH At Wintec we take a hands-on approach to learning. Using the latest hospitalstandard realistic models and props you’ll carry out simulations of birthing procedures, take recordings, assess babies and learn how to manage obstectrics procedures. You’ll also engage in scenario work to practise dealing with the different situations a midwife can encounter. Wintec’s experienced, industry qualified tutors are often joined in workshops by guest speakers such as midwifery educators from the Waikato District Health Board.

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LEARNING ON THE JOB On this programme you have the opportunity to follow women through their pregnancy, labour, birth and postnatal care. In your first year you spend 16 weeks in clinical placements at birth centres, hospitals and various community agencies working under the supervision of a registered midwife. In your second year, your time in clinical placements is 30 weeks. In your third year you will spend just four weeks in class and the rest of the year on the job training, working alongside registered midwives. ENTRY CRITERIA - SUMMARY To enter this programme candidates who have no midwifery or nursing qualification must have a minimum of 42 credits at NCEA Level 3 in four subjects on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) or equivalent, including at least 14 credits in Biology or Chemistry and 14 credits at NCEA level 3 or higher in an English language rich subject plus a further 14 credits at level 3 in two additional subjects or domains on the NQF or equivalent, and a minimum of 14 credits at NCEA level 1 in Mathematics or Pangarau on the NQF or equivalent.

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SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT You will be supported throughout your studies by the Kaiawhina, a registered nurse who has close networks with stakeholders and links with Kauma¯tua. Te Kete Ko¯nae provides extra learning services such as additional face-to-face tutorials. During your clinical experience, you will be in an environment where wha¯nau is valued and there is cultural awareness around midwifery practice. A PRACTICAL APPROACH At Wintec we take a hands-on approach to learning. Using the latest hospitalstandard realistic models and props, you’ll carry out simulations of birthing procedures, take recordings, assess babies and learn how to manage obstectrics procedures.

In your first year you spend 16 weeks in clinical placements at various community agencies and hospitals. In your second year, your time in clinical placements is 30 weeks.

OVERVIEW This course is designed for overseas qualified midwives who need to demonstrate the ability to meet the Midwifery Council of New Zealand’s competencies to provide autonomous midwifery care in this country.

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In your third year you will spend just four weeks in class and the rest of the year on the job training. ENTRY CRITERIA - SUMMARY To enter this programme candidates who have no midwifery or nursing qualification must have a minimum of 42 credits at NCEA Level 3 or higher in four subjects on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) or equivalent, including at least 14 credits in Biology or Chemistry and 14 credits at NCEA level 3 or higher in an English language rich subject plus a further 14 credits at level 3 or higher in two additional subjects or domains on the NQF or equivalent, and a minimum of 14 credits at NCEA level 1 or higher in Mathematics or Pangarau on the NQF or equivalent. Those over 20 years must demonstrate evidence of the ability to study successfully at degree level.

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REAL WORLD LEARNING On clinical placements you will work alongside midwives caring for women throughout their pregnancy, labour, birth and postnatal care.

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OVERVIEW Wintec works closely with the Waikato District Health Board in developing this unique programme leading to registration as a qualified Midwife. The Bachelor of Midwifery – Tihei Mauri Ora stream – incorporates knowledge from both the western and Ma¯ori worlds. It supports the pertinent articles of the Treaty of Waitangi (partnership, protection and participation) by implementation of a body of knowledge that is explicitly Ma¯ori. As you learn, you’re given the opportunity to apply your knowledge through hospital placements and with a midwife in independent practice. On completion of the programme, you sit the National Midwifery Examination to become a Registered Midwife.

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You’ll also engage in scenario work to practise dealing with the different situations a midwife can encounter. Wintec’s experienced, industry qualified tutors are often joined in workshops by guest speakers such as midwifery educators from the Waikato District Health Board.

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YOUR FUTURE IN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY SO WHAT WOULD I DO ALL DAY? An OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST assesses and treats people who are limited in their ability to undertake the activities of everyday life. Your day could include planning and directing therapy treatment, advising people on changes to their lifestyle, helping them with daily activities, adapting equipment and housing to aid patient independence, educating the patient’s family and work colleagues, helping your patient set goals and providing support and encouragement to achieve them.

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42 NCEA credits at Level 3 or higher including 14 credits at Level 3 or higher in each of two approved subjects and 14 further credits at Level 3 or higher in two additional approved subjects and 8 credits at Level 2 or higher in English and/or Te Reo MaÂŻori and 13 credits at Level 1 or higher in Mathematics or Pangarau.

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Registration to practise as an occupational therapist in New Zealand, and is recognised by the World Federation of Occupational Therapists.

IMPORTANT. Entry criteria on this diagram are summaries only. You must check the full entry criteria online or call for more details.

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PROGRAMMES BACHELOR OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY DURATION: Starts February for three years STUDY: Full-time LOCATION: Hamilton City Campus and Rotokauri Campus OVERVIEW You can now study for your Occupational Therapy Degree right here in the Waikato with Otago Polytechnic tutors at Wintec’s Rotokauri and City Campus. THE PERFECT BALANCE You will study occupational therapy theory with respected and qualified clinical tutors and then put the skills you learn into practice with a comprehensive range of clinical experiences supervised by health care practitioners and providers. ENTRY CRITERIA - SUMMARY For entry into this course you must have 42 NCEA credits at Level 3 or higher including a minimum of 14 credits at Level 3 or higher in each of two approved subjects and 14 further credits at Level 3 or higher in no more than two additional approved subjects plus a minimum of 8 credits at Level 2 or higher in English and/or Te Reo Ma¯ori (4 credits in Reading and 4 credits in Writing) and a minimum of 13 credits at Level 1 or higher in Mathematics or Pangarau on the NQF. There are exceptions so please see full entry criteria.

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As a SOCIAL WORKER you provide information and support to individuals, groups and families to assist them to reach their full potential. You also help individuals, families and communities by advocating about social issues. A day could see you working alongside someone in a crisis situation, advocating for social justice, advising on rights and opportunities, working with families to ensure they get the necessary help from agencies and are empowered to be independent, using the law to protect at-risk children and young people, talking with clients about their situations, empowering them to find solutions and writing reports and case notes.

A MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT WORKER works with people who live with the experience of moderate to severe mental illness. In this role you will work alongside tangata whaiora to identify recovery goals and work with them to achieve their goals and aspirations. You could be working in community or residential settings providing support and assistance to tangata whaiora. This could include facilitating and co-ordinating connections with other groups in the community, developing skills and awareness for living successfully in the community, and liaising with other services and professionals that may be working with the individual.

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As a COUNSELLOR you’ll spend your day meeting with people either as individuals, couples, families or groups to talk about issues that concern them and the steps that can be taken to make changes in their lives. You may specialise in areas such as grief and loss, alcohol or drug dependency, gambling addiction, sexual abuse, family violence, mental health, couple counselling and family relationships. A day could include counselling individuals, couples or family/wha¯nau, leading groups and workshops, providing referrals to other specialists and supporting people to obtain resources they need to solve problems.

If you want to have a holistic wha¯nau approach ¯ ORI COUNSELLOR to your work, a future as a MA could suit you. In this role you will utilise the cultural experience you have to explore issues with clients, provide information to help them make positive changes in their lives and provide the resources and tools they need to gain confidence and resilience.

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GETTING WHERE YOU WANT TO BE START YOUR CAREER HERE 12 credits at NCEA Level 1 in English.

60 credits at NCEA Level 2 in four subjects, including English, or 42 credits at NCEA Level 3 in three subjects.

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Employment in the area of direct social services client support work.

Candidates must be currently employed (either paid or unpaid) in a Mental Health Support role or similar and have been awarded the National Certificate in Mental Health (Mental Health Support Work).

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CAREER COUNSELLING Employment in the social services under professional supervision in areas that require counsellors, such as mental health agencies, private practices, community agencies or workplace support.

CAREER SOCIAL WORK Employment in the health field, child protection (including Child Youth and Family), Government agencies, probation service, family support agencies, schools and not for profit agencies.

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CAREER Employment within the mental health support field, and community mental health agencies.

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TE WHIUWHIU O ¯ ORI TE HAU – MA COUNSELLING Counselling, cultural services work, community work, iwi social services and not for profit agencies.

Employment in senior roles / positions within the mental health support field, and community mental health agencies.

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HOW YOU LEARN You will learn in small groups to ensure thorough exploration of subjects and a higher level of learning. Practical activities allow you to practise the methods taught including preparing advocacy and network plans and learning how to do presentations for research. You will participate in relevant community projects that promote awareness of mental health and visit the courthouse to observe a criminal and civil hearing. WHO YOU LEARN FROM Your tutors are all passionate, qualified industry specialists who are joined throughout the year by guest speakers from organisations such as The Hub, Te Ahurei a Rangitahi, Child Youth and Family, and Age Concern.

ENTRY CRITERIA - SUMMARY Entry to this programme requires 12 credits at NCEA Level 1 in English, or an equivalent qualification.

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You will study mental health policies and laws in New Zealand and the position of support workers within these frameworks. The programme will also teach you how to work in a way that respects and honours others, and how to integrate theory and practice in a supervised position within a mental health setting.

STUDY THAT FITS YOUR LIFE While studying this course you will complete 590 hours on the job training – this can be completed in your current employment position, or in a placement. Only one day per week is required in class. Lecture notes and readings are available via Moodle, Wintec’s online learning support system. ENTRY CRITERIA - SUMMARY Applicants are required to have gained a minimum of either 12 credits at NCEA Level 1 in English or equivalent. It is an advantage if candidates are already employed as a mental health support worker or can demonstrate experience as a volunteer in the mental health field. However, people interested in working in mental health support can be enrolled provided a suitable work experience placement in mental health support is available in a local service provider. You must also submit a written application. Applicants who are currently working for a mental health provider may be eligible to apply for a training grant.

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It includes basic counselling and group work skills, knowledge of New Zealand law and the Treaty of Waitangi, and broader social and political issues. Basic Te Reo and tikanga as it applies to social services are also included.

OVERVIEW Whether you are looking to establish a career in mental health support or are currently working in this area and require a recognised qualification, this progamme will provide you with the skills to effectively work with and support people who have had, or who currently experience episodes of mental distress. It will help you develop knowledge, skills and attributes necessary to work with consumers in a manner that is consistent with cultural, spiritual, emotional and gender orientations.

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OVERVIEW This is an excellent introductory qualification to either start your career in the expanding social services industry or prepare for the Bachelor of Applied Social Science.

DURATION: Starts February for one year STUDY: Full-time or part-time LOCATION: Hamilton City Campus or Thames Regional Hub

LEARNING THAT’S RELEVANT The content of this programme is developed in consultation with the industry to ensure it is consistent with current needs and requirements. As well as expert tutors, you will be surrounded by industry specialists from a range of areas including community support workers, residential support workers and peer workers. You will get the opportunity to put the theory you learn into practise with simulated exercises, group discussions, presentations and group work. You will also get the chance to spend two nights at Noho Marae and participate in powhiri, Ma¯ori rituals and Marae procedure to develop a better understanding of Ma¯ori and their wh¯anau values.

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PROGRAMMES NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN MENTAL HEALTH (MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT) (LEVEL 6) SD1002 DURATION: Starts February for one year STUDY: Full-time or part-time LOCATION: Hamilton City Campus or Thames Regional Hub OVERVIEW This Diploma follows on from the National Certificate in Mental Health (Mental Health Support Work) (Level 4). If you want to develop a higher level of competence in mental health support work, carry a higher level of responsibility and engage in more complex relationships with consumers / tangata whai ora, then this is the programme for you.

WORKING TOGETHER The content of this programme is developed in consultation with the industry to ensure it is consistent with current needs and requirements. Guest speakers from within the industry are invited into the classroom to deliver seminars that enable you to learn from their hands-on knowledge and experience. WORK STUDY BALANCE You will be in class one day a week plus one evening class and there is also an online component. Lecture notes and readings are available via Moodle, Wintec’s online learning support system.

It will help you develop the skills to support consumers / tangata whai ora in achieving their recovery goals, managing their use of alcohol or other drugs and accessing employment support services.

LEARNING ON THE JOB As part of the programme you will design and implement a strategy that will reduce discrimination towards people with experience of mental illness in the community. There is a direct influence from theory to practical through your work placement which you will complete in your current employment.

You will learn to analyse discrimination and implement both individual and community-based advocacy strategies in response to discrimination against consumers / tangata whai ora. The programme will help you develop an understanding of practice that is informed by ethical values and the legal structures and laws that apply to mental health support work.

ENTRY CRITERIA - SUMMARY To enter into this diploma you must have completed the National Certificate in Mental Health Support (Mental Health Support Work) (Level 4). Candidates must be currently employed (either paid or unpaid) in a Mental Health Support Work role or similar. Training grants are available to applicants who meet specific criteria.

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OVERVIEW Counselling is a challenging yet rewarding career that has a wide range of employment options. You will learn how to support people to empower themselves and as a result, your own life will be enhanced. The Bachelor programme offers firsthand applied education and development for those who wish to pursue a professional career in counselling. If you are already working in the areas of mental health, education or social services, this programme will give you a formal qualification. Upon completion of your degree, you’ll have a framework of practical counselling skills, integrated with a sound theoretical foundation. When you embark on this programme you need to be prepared to change – to grow both personally and professionally as you learn the theory and practice of counselling. This programme has been designed to meet the requirements for membership of the New Zealand Association of Counsellors. HANDS-ON LEARNING During this applied degree you spend 450 total hours supervised practicum experience putting into practice what you learn on campus. While on placement you gain the skills and knowledge to capably work alongside other professional disciplines, which prepare you to confidently enter the counselling profession upon graduation. IN TOUCH WITH THE INDUSTRY Your tutors are all experienced practitioners qualified in both counselling practice and teaching. They meet regularly with counsellors in the

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OVERVIEW There is a shortage of social workers throughout New Zealand and a social work degree from Wintec will set you on a rewarding career path in this industry. The programme provides in-depth knowledge and skills relating to social work practices in contemporary Aotearoa. It has a collaborative focus, encouraging people to work in teams and recognise strengths in others. This three year programme will give you the knowledge, skills, and attributes required for social work practice in a variety of settings including schools, hospitals, community groups or government services. You will also learn how to reflect on your own perceptions, actions and processes along with the ability to justify and defend your professional practice. LEARN BY DOING Around sixty percent of your learning will be by practical application supported by a relevant theory base. On campus small groups and role-playing case studies enable you to get the feel of real social work situations. Clients will participate in creating actual scenarios which are videotaped then revised and critiqued by students and tutors. Placements with a variety of agencies are part of the curriculum. In your second year, your placement will be with a community agency and in your third year, with a government social work agency. These placements teach you the skills you will need to work within these organisations.

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This programme is offered in three streams: Counselling, Social Work and Te Whiuwhiu o te Hau – Ma¯ori counselling.

ENTRY CRITERIA - SUMMARY To enter this programme you need 60 credits at NCEA Level 2 in four subjects, including English, or 42 credits at NCEA Level 3 in three subjects, or University Entrance, or an equivalent qualification. Alternatively, you could have a certificate in mental health or social services.

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community to ensure the programme aligns with the latest developments in the counselling profession.

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PROGRAMMES SOCIAL WORK CONTINUED... CHANGING WITH THE INDUSTRY Feedback through placements and liaising with industry organisations allow the programme to keep pace with the everchanging industry needs and standards. These strong industry relationships also lead to potential employment for graduate students. INDUSTRY SPECIALISTS Your tutors all have extensive backgrounds in social work as well as links with community and Government agencies. Throughout the programme current practitioners join us at Wintec to offer their knowledge on proposed changes in the industry and the skills you need to develop in order to enter the workforce well informed. MAKING THE MOST OF TECHNOLOGY Developing awareness and understanding of the social issues in different areas of New Zealand is achieved through video conferencing with lively and informative discussion between our students and various institutes around the country. You can also access elements of the course content outside the classroom via Wintec’s online teaching and learning system, Moodle. ENTRY CRITERIA - SUMMARY To enter this programme, you must have 60 credits at NCEA Level 2 in four subjects including English, or 42 credits at NCEA Level 3 in three subjects, or University Entrance, or an equivalent qualification. Alternatively, you may be granted entry if you have gained one of the following: • National Certificate in Mental Health (Mental Health Support Work) (Level 4) • National Certificate in Social Services (Level 4)

Ma¯ori people in the social services field. These skills are tested, evaluated and applied to a range of Ma¯ori and counselling contexts including fieldwork placements. One of the most important aspects of this endorsement is to build a theoretical base for Ma¯ori counselling, particularly in the areas of research, group facilitation and counselling approaches. BALANCING THEORY WITH PRACTISE Your tutors are all experienced practitioners qualified in both counselling practice and teaching. Guest speakers from various agencies and organisations deliver workshops and seminars that enable you to learn from their experience. In class, a great deal of focus is placed on practicing counsellng through mock scenarios. Peer learning and teaching is also a methodology utilised in Te WhiuWhiu o te Hau with senior students providing mentorship to year one and two students. ON THE JOB TRAINING Supervised fieldwork placements throughout your training will immerse you in the life of an agency where counselling activities are carried out. In years 2 and 3 you will be out on placement throughout the two semesters. ENTRY CRITERIA - SUMMARY To enter this programme you need 60 credits at NCEA Level 2 in four subjects including English, or 42 credits at NCEA Level 3 in three subjects, or University Entrance, or an equivalent qualification.

TE WHIUWHIU O TE HAU – ¯ ORI COUNSELLING MA OVERVIEW This programme is designed for Ma¯ori who use, or intend to use, counselling in their work with Ma¯ori social service clients or groups. It will develop professional, theoretical, social, personal and cultural knowledge and skills that enable you to work more effectively and appropriately with

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BROADEN YOUR CAREER OPTIONS The aim is to provide you with a greater capacity to work in management, leadership or senior practitioner roles either in your current field or within specialised fields of practice which include: working with children and youth, the elderly, people with disabilities, refugees and migrants and in the area of mental health. You can become skilled in a new field, or further advance your current specialisation.

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DURATION: Starts February for 1 year full-time equivalent STUDY: Full-time or Part-time LOCATION: Hamilton City Campus STUDY STRUCTURE: Completion of four modules

POSTGRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN PROFESSIONAL SUPERVISION (LEVEL 8) DURATION: Starts February/July for 6 months full-time equivalent STUDY: Full-time or Part-time LOCATION: Hamilton City Campus STUDY STRUCTURE: Completion of two modules

POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL PRACTICE (PROFESSIONAL SUPERVISION) (LEVEL 8) DURATION: Starts February for 1 year full-time equivalent STUDY: Full-time or Part-time LOCATION: Hamilton City Campus STUDY STRUCTURE: Completion of four modules

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OVERVIEW This programme is designed for professionals in the fields of health and social practice which include: nursing, midwifery, occupational therapy, allied health professions, social work, counselling and human services. Learn and grow professionally while undertaking interactive and experientialbased education alongside professionals from a wide range of disciplines. You will learn from senior practitioners in health and social practice. The programme offers learning opportunities designed to inform your practice and develop a valued knowledge in Treaty based practice.

DURATION: Starts February/July for 6 months full-time equivalent STUDY: Full-time or Part-time LOCATION: Hamilton City Campus STUDY STRUCTURE: Completion of two modules

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As with any career, there are many different levels and choices in the world of Health and Social Practice. Depending on what level you aspire to, Wintec offers a programme of study to get you there.

From Certificate to Degree to Masters, the modular structure and flexibility of Wintec’s programmes allow you to tailor your programme to meet your specific career plans.

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Wintec’s study programmes are developed together with 38 employer partnership groups across a range of industries. The result is an inspirational approach to learning that’s not just about theory – it’s hands-on and relevant to today’s workplace.

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• Over 400 industry-experienced and respected teaching staff

Certificates and Diplomas through to Degrees, Postgraduate and Masters study, so no matter what your situation, Wintec can help you get where you want to be!

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The same applies to the people who will be delivering your lectures and tutorials. They are not only highly qualified, they are also respected professionals in their field. And as you’ll discover, that makes a real difference when it comes to fast-tracking your career.

• Over 18,000 students

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LIFE ON CAMPUS Wintec is located on three campuses in Hamilton city, and also delivers programmes in the wider Waikato region. HAMILTON CITY CAMPUS The City Campus is centrally located, with shops, the Waikato river, transport and cafés at your feet. It’s a vibrant and energising environment with outstanding facilities for learning and support. At the centre of campus is the Gallagher Hub housing a large computer study area containing over 130 computers (Mac and PC), a library, copying services, study rooms, café and event rooms. The City Campus also features lecture theatres that utilise the latest technology, a student radio station, art gallery, hairdressing and beauty clinics and student support services.

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ROTOKAURI CAMPUS The Rotokauri Campus is set on farmland about 10 minutes drive north of the central city. It has some of the best purpose-built training facilities in New Zealand, including sport science labs, a specialist training restaurant with kitchens, and fully equipped trades workshops. HAMILTON GARDENS CAMPUS The Horticulture Education Centre is a picturesque campus located in the world-renowned Hamilton Gardens. It provides outstanding learning opportunities and facilities, and arguably the country’s most creative and inspiring outdoor classroom.

URBAN HAIR AND URBAN SPA Located in Wintec House on the City Campus, Urban Hair and Urban Spa offer a full range of inexpensive hair and beauty services from their modern refurbished facilities. WINDOWS TRAINING RESTAURANT At Windows you’ll be spoilt for choice from a varied seasonal menu, beautifully prepared and served by our Centre for Hospitality students. Windows has been refurbished recently and offers you the option of dining in a modern, peaceful environment at the Rotokauri Campus at extremely good value.

WIDER WAIKATO Wintec operates in Waikato regions, providing the skills employers in the Waihi, Thames, Otorohanga and Te Kuiti communities need.

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FLATTING AND PRIVATE BOARD For further information on your accommodation options in Hamilton, consider the YWCA or check out the student rent website www.studentrent.co.nz.

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CAMPUS CAFÉS You’ll never go hungry at Wintec! Both the City and Rotokauri campuses have excellent cafés serving a tempting array of hot and cold food and espresso coffee. In the student areas of all our campuses there are microwaves, hot water and snack vending machines.

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CAMPUS ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS One of the great things about being a student is … being a student! Events, gigs and activities with fellow students are all part of your campus experience and to make sure you don’t miss out on anything that’s going on, check out the events and activities timetable online at www.wintec.ac.nz/events.

STUDENT VILLAGE Our Student Village is a safe, secure environment situated close to the City Campus on Collingwood Street. Fully furnished accommodation includes a TV lounge, games room, laundry and BBQ facilities with catered meals available Monday to Friday. For more information on the Student Village go to www.wintec.ac.nz/ accommodation.

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SECURITY Security staff patrol Wintec buildings on the City and Rotokauri Campuses 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Emergency phones are located around the campus.

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SHOPPING Bennetts Book Shop is located on the City Campus. Bennetts stock all the prescribed stationery and other class materials you need.

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PRAYER ROOM The prayer room has washing facilities and is located in the Gallagher Hub on the City Campus for student use.

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LEARNING MADE EASY AT WINTEC FOUNDATION STUDIES Not sure what you want to study? Been a while since you last studied? Worried or nervous about entering a study environment? The Certificate in Introduction to Study, Level 2 or 4, can help.

COMPUTER ACCESS Computers are available to all enrolled students at all Wintec campuses. The Gallagher Hub at our City Campus has over 130 computers for students to use 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

It’s designed to prepare you for tertiary study by developing an understanding of what is expected at a tertiary level, and providing you with the skills, knowledge and confidence needed to succeed.

The City and Rotokauri campuses also have wireless hotspots and IT helpdesks to assist with using the computers, printers, scanners and Mytec.

STUDENT LEARNING SERVICES If you need help with your studies, there’s a team of people at Wintec whose job is to provide that help. They offer a mentoring programme along with one-on-one, small group and workshop sessions on topics ranging from introduction to study, reading and essay writing, to science, maths and study skills. LIBRARY There are two main libraries at Wintec – one on the City Campus and one at Rotokauri Campus. Both provide a huge range of resource material from books, newspapers, specialist journals to exam papers, DVDs, audiotapes and more. Material can be sent to students studying by distance learning. MOODLE Moodle is Wintec’s online learning and teaching tool containing programme material which may include lecture notes, research material and practice tests. If you have a computer and an internet connection you have Moodle at your fingertips, giving you the flexibility to study from home or anywhere, anytime.

MYTEC Keep track of your timetable, check your emails, get your results, study online; do it all in one place, day or night, from anywhere, online in Mytec. ¯ ORI AND PASIFIKA STUDENTS MA Ki te whakakaha i te iwi ha¯pori ma¯ te ara matauranga, rangahau ara¯ umanga whanakenga. The Ma¯ori and Pasifika Learning and Support Centre, Te Kete Ko¯nae is a warm welcoming space that supports all students, their wha¯nau and staff at Wintec with academic and learning, financial, cultural, pastoral and counselling support. Email tkk@wintec.ac.nz. SCHOLARSHIPS There’s a wide range of grants available to Wintec students, many providing substantial financial and other assistance. You’ll find information and application forms at www.wintec.ac.nz/scholarships. EMPLOYMENT ADVICE AND SUPPORT If you need help with preparing your application for your holiday job, part-time work or in preparation for your first graduate role, go to Student Life. They can also help with your CV, interview techniques and any employment advice. LOANS AND ALLOWANCES Contact StudyLink for a student allowance or loan on 0800 88 99 00 or go to www.studylink.govt.nz.

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YOUR WELL-BEING AT WINTEC DISABILITY SUPPORT SERVICES At Wintec all students have the opportunity to participate in their chosen course of study on equal terms. We offer advocacy, support and information for students with an impairment, including mobility parking permits, assistive software, support staff, reader/writer for exams, advocacy with funding agencies and much more. Contact the Disability Coordinator on 07 834 8800 ext 8815 or email sls@wintec.ac.nz to find out how we can help you. CHILDCARE Wondering how to juggle study and family? Our childcare centre, Kidz@Wintec is located at the City Campus and provides care and education for children up to five years. Early booking is essential. Phone 07 834 8812.

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HEALTH SERVICES AND COUNSELLING Need a doctor? We have a Health Centre at our City and Rotokauri campuses with registered nurses, doctors, counsellors and chaplains to help with any health issues, including specialist health checks and free, confidential counselling.

STUDENTS ASSOCIATION When you study at Wintec you can choose to become a member of the Student Association (SAWIT), and are eligible for a range of benefits.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS At Wintec, our dedicated International Centre provides all the help and support international students need to settle into their new learning environment and the wider community. From helping find somewhere to live to providing pastoral care and advice, when you study at Wintec you’re not just another student at a tertiary institution … you’re part of a lively community where you learn with each other and about each other.

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Visit www.hamilton.co.nz to find out what’s on in Hamilton.

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BY NIGHT Bars, clubs, restaurants, movies, gigs, cafés. In Hamilton there’s an amazing range of places to meet your friends and chill out – all easily accessible and without the usual big city traffic nightmares!

EVENT CITY International sporting events such as rugby and cricket, music festivals like Parachute, National Agricultural Fieldays, Balloons over Waikato, Hamilton Gardens Festival, theatre, dance, visual arts, markets, there’s always something happening in Hamilton.

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THE HEART OF IT ALL Why is Hamilton such a brilliant place to live and study? Because it’s close to everything you want to be part of! Beaches, mountains, rivers, thermal pools, countryside, sport centres and adventure activities are an easy drive away. While in Hamilton itself, you’ve got shopping, cafés and the fun of city life, without any of the usual hassles of a big city.

BY DAY In Hamilton it’s not a question of what to do, more a question of what to do first! Here are a few options in and around Hamilton: watching a live sports match, shopping, surfing, swimming, mountain biking, relaxing in a thermal hot pool, visiting the Waikato Museum or an art gallery, paintball, ten-pin bowling, caving, taking in a play or musical at the theatre.

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LIVE THE LIFE Hamilton’s a student city, home to over 46,000 tertiary students every year, which means the place has a real buzz. It also means you’ll get some great student deals and discounts around town.

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TAKE YOUR NEXT STEP! I’VE DECIDED THE WORLD OF HEALTH & SOCIAL PRACTICE IS RIGHT FOR ME AND I KNOW WHAT COURSE I WANT TO STUDY! You can find more information about the course, what you’ll study, the fees and entry criteria at www.wintec.ac.nz/courses, or by requesting a copy of the flyer.

I’VE DECIDED THE WORLD OF HEALTH & SOCIAL PRACTICE IS RIGHT FOR ME, BUT I’M NOT SURE WHICH COURSE TO STUDY. No matter what your situation, Wintec can help you create your world. You’ll find diagrams on the ‘Getting where you want to be’ pages of this brochure. They’ll help you determine the best starting point for you.

ENROL NOW! Once you’ve made a decision on what to study there are several ways you can apply. You can go online to enrol at www.wintec.ac.nz/enrol or you can complete the ‘Application to Enrol’ form available from Wintec’s Student Enrolment and Information Centre at the City or Rotokauri Campuses. You may be required to provide specific information with your application. If you need any assistance contact the Student Enrolment Information Centre. Phone 0800 2 Wintec (0800 2 946832).

ENROLMENT If your application is successful our Student Enrolment and Information Centre will send you a formal enrolment offer and that means … you’re almost there!

OR The Certificate in Introduction to Study, Level 2 or 4, is designed to prepare you for tertiary study by developing an understanding of what is expected at a tertiary level, and providing you with the skills, knowledge and confidence needed to succeed. One of these courses could be a good option if you do not meet the entry criteria of the course you want to study.

OR We want to help you get where you want to be, so don’t hesitate to call us on 0800 294 6832 and we’ll help you work out what your options are.

START YOUR JOURNEY Once you have accepted your place we will send you all the information you need to start studying at Wintec – the first step to creating a world you want to be part of.

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Take a taster. Taking a Quicksmart short course, secondary school students taster course, or becoming a student for a day is a great way to get a feeling for what it would be like to study at Wintec, meet some of the tutors and talk to other students.

Check out page 38 for the tools and resources that can help you make career decisions that suit you.

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Come to one of our open days, information sessions or tours. You’ll be able to speak to tutors and programme experts, and see the environment you could be studying in at Wintec. See www.wintec.ac.nz/yourworld for upcoming events.

Visit our Student Enrolment and Information Centre. Our subject specialists will be happy to work through your options with you.

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THERE ARE MANY EXCITING CAREERS THAT COULD SUIT YOUR STRENGTHS AND PERSONALITY. HAVE A LOOK AT SOME OF YOUR OPTIONS ON PAGE 39.

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I DON’T THINK THE WORLD OF HEALTH OR SOCIAL PRACTICE IS RIGHT FOR ME AFTER ALL.

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Student Enrolment & Information Centre 0800 2 Wintec (within New Zealand only) 0800 2 946832 (or +64 7 838 6399 from overseas)

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OTHER OPTIONS If the world of Health and Social Practice isn’t quite right for you there are still so many other exciting careers that could suit your strengths and personality – so keep exploring! FIND YOUR FIT You’ll discover more about yourself and the type of careers that could suit you at findyourfit.co.nz. Find Your Fit is an interactive online tool that will take you through a series of questions about you and what you like before suggesting possible careers based on your answers.

STUDENT ENROLMENT & INFORMATION CENTRE www.wintec.ac.nz info@wintec.ac.nz 0800 2 WINTEC (within New Zealand only) 0800 294 6832 (or +6478386399 from overseas)

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CAREERS NZ Careers NZ provides information, advice and support to make career decisions. Their website provides interactive tools and information to help you plan your career, visit www.careers.govt.nz or call 0800 222 733.

City Campus Opening hours

Rotokauri Campus Opening hours

A Block, Gate 5, Tristram Street, Hamilton

Student Hub, Avalon Drive, Hamilton

Monday, Thursday, Friday 7:30am - 5:00pm

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 7:30am - 4:30pm

Tuesday 9:30am - 5:00pm

Tuesday 9:30am - 4:30pm

Wednesday 7:30am – 6:00pm

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YOUR WORLD IN MEDIA, ARTS AND DESIGN

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ARBORICULTURE HORTICULTURE FLORISTY LANDSCAPE DESIGN AGRICULTURE ANIMAL CARE VETERINARY NURSING PRODUCTION ANIMAL TECHNOLOGY

YOUR WORLD IN PLANTS AND ANIMALS

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SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENGINEERING

YOUR WORLD IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

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INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY

YOUR WORLD IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

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THE WORLD OF MEDIA ARTS AND DESIGN Visual Arts, Communication, Commercial Music, Fashion Design, Interior Design, Floristry And Landscape Design Ideas – you’re full of them. Inspiration – it’s everywhere. Creativity – this is where it all begins. There’s a future for you in the world of Visual Art, Design, Communication or Music. www.wintec.ac.nz/create

THE WORLD OF PLANTS AND ANIMALS Arboriculture, Horticulture, Agriculture, Animal Care, Vet Nursing and Production Animal Technology Office politics? Forget it! You want to work with plants, animals, things that matter. And yeah, you want to make a difference. There’s a future for you in the world of Horticulture, Arboriculture, Agriculture or Animal Technology. www.wintec.ac.nz/grow

THE WORLD OF SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING Science Technology, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering Got a problem? You’ll solve it. Any questions? You bet. Build a bridge? You’ll give that a shot as well. There’s a future for you in the world of Science and Engineering. www.wintec.ac.nz/solve

THE WORLD OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Information and Communications Technology Hey if you’re not already streaming live from your garage, you wish you were. Technology! You love it, you live it, you get it. There’s a future for you in the world of Information and Communications Technology. www.wintec.ac.nz/connect

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND COMPUTING LEGAL EXECUTIVE ACCOUNTING MANAGEMENT MARKETING HUMAN RESOURCES ENTREPRENEURSHIP

YOUR WORLD IN BUSINESS

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SPORT SCIENCE FITNESS OUTDOOR RECREATION MASSAGE EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION ADULT EDUCATION SPECIALIST EDUCATION

YOUR WORLD IN SPORT AND EDUCATION

THE WORLD OF BUSINESS Business Administration and Business Management Nothing’s going to stop you reaching your goals. You enjoy taking the lead and you like working with people. The rush of success? Bring it on! There’s a future for you in the world of Business. www.wintec.ac.nz/achieve

THE WORLD OF SPORT AND EDUCATION Sport Science, Fitness, Early Childhood Education, Specialist Education Reaching your goals, how good does that feel! Helping others reach theirs? Even better! There’s a future for you in the world of Sport or Education. www.wintec.ac.nz/coach

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AUTOMOTIVE BUILDING DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION PLUMBING, GASFITTING AND ROOFING ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGINEERING AND FABRICATION INDUSTRIAL MEASUREMENT AND CONTROL

YOUR WORLD IN TRADES

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BEAUTY THERAPY HAIRDRESSING HOSPITALITY PROFESSIONAL COOKERY TRAVEL AND TOURISM EVENT MANAGEMENT FITNESS AND OUTDOOR RECREATION MASSAGE

YOUR WORLD IN THE SERVICE INDUSTRY

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THE WORLD OF TRADES Automotive, Building, Design and Construction, Plumbing, Gasfitting and Roofing, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Measurement and Control When a sign says ‘don’t touch’ you not only want to touch, you want to pull apart and put back together, right? There’s a future for you in the world of Trades. www.wintec.ac.nz/build

THE WORLD OF THE SERVICE INDUSTRY Outdoor Recreation, Beauty Therapy, Hairdressing, Hospitality, Professional Cookery, Travel and Tourism, Event Management and Massage Great looks. Fabulous food. World travel. How good would it feel making these things happen everyday? Awesome! There’s a future for you in the world of the service industry. www.wintec.ac.nz/serve

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Every effort has been made to ensure the content of this brochure is correct. The information is subject to a continuous process of review. Wintec (Waikato Institute of Technology) therefore reserves the right to make changes to programme offerings and any other content. Wintec will not accept liability for any errors or omissions contained in this brochure nor for any subsequent actions that may arise as a consequence of decisions made based upon its contents. Programmes will only be offered subject to sufficient numbers.

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