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We offer over 130 courses and qualifications at a variety of levels. From entry-level foundation studies that help you prepare for study; to hands-on technical training in vocational subjects (such as trades, horticulture, cooking); diplomas and degrees in a broad range of subjects (such a nursing, physiotherapy, social practice, science, business, information technology, media arts, and sport science); and postgraduate and master's qualifications in many specialist fields.

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Certificate in Health and Wellbeing Information Session | Thames

Are you interested in becoming a support worker? 

Study the Certificate in Health and Wellbeing at our Thames Campus in February 2022.

Join us for this whānau friendly information session to find out more about this course, speak with our staff, and take a tour of the campus.

A key benefit of the New Zealand Certificate in Health and Wellbeing is the flexibility on how it is delivered. The course will provide students with the foundation knowledge, skills, and practical experience required to work alongside individuals, families, and whānau accessing social and community services. 
Students select from one of two strands as the focus of their studies:
  • Mental health and addiction support, or
  • Social services.

We welcome you to attend one of our three sessions below.

When:
  • Tuesday 23 November 2021
  • Wednesday 8 December 2021
  • Tuesday 18 January 2022
Time: 1.30pm-3.30pm
Where: Thames Regional Campus,  414 Queen Street, Thames

Register below to attend and we will send you event reminders:


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