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Certificate of Proficiency

A Certificate of Proficiency (COP) allows you to experience a module within a course, without having to commit to the full qualification. It is suitable for those who want to study something that interests them. It is also a good option for those who want to test whether that subject or qualification may be something they wish to pursue more of in the future.

This is a great opportunity if you are looking to:

  • Study short-term,
  • experience a new field of study,
  • advance your current knowledge,
  • meet a programme entry requirement, or 
  • gain knowledge in a subject you’re interested in.

Explore the subject areas available at Wintec below, and if you are interested in studying towards a COP, please contact the specific centre for more information.

Additionally, if you decide to progress to a full course, you can reassign the points from your COP to a qualification. 

Explore a subject

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Business

Subject areas can include accounting, administration, event management, human resources, operations and production management, sales and marketing, strategic management, and supply chain management.

Contact the Centre for Business and Enterprise.

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Health and Social Practice

Subject areas can include health and wellbeing, nursing, midwifery, social work, counselling, physiotherapy, and occupational therapy.  

Contact the Centre for Health and Social Practice.

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Information Technology

Subject areas can include web development, information systems, software development, ethical practice, and technical support.

Contact the Centre for Information Technology.

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Media Arts

Subject areas can include communications, contemporary art, music and performing arts, design, and journalism.

Contact the School of Media Arts.

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Sport Science and Human Performance

Subject areas can include sport science and human performance, exercise, outdoor adventure, and massage.

Contact the Centre for Sports Science and Human Performance.