Tinopai Tours - Coromandel trip
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|Module code||Module title||Level||Credits||Pre-requisites||Co-requisites|
|TDRI901||Transdisciplinary Research and Innovation in Practice||9||120||Postgraduate Certificate in Innovation: TDRI801 and
TDRI802, or TDRI803, or TDR804 and|
research plan approved for implementation after completion of TDRI802, TDRI803 or TDRI804.
“Gallagher typically employ engineers and project managers with a strong technical background in one particular engineering discipline. Although the deep technical expertise in a particular engineering discipline is imperative … most of these specialists have insufficient capabilities to effectively work across a wide range of technical and non-technical disciplines. We see opportunities to benefit from it, as a professional development option for Gallagher staff so they are able to work more effectively across a wide range of disciplines and for students working on Gallagher projects. “- Rob Heebink, Research and Development Executive, Gallagher Group Limited.
There are growing career opportunities for professional workplace-based innovators, applied researchers and change leaders. Students will advance skills and expertise highly valued in a workplace or research environment and will be able to research and develop projects, and lead change initiatives in a business environment.
Graduates will be able to use this qualification for their professional development and to develop the skills required to undertake new roles within a business or other enterprise group.
Graduates may choose to progress to doctoral study at New Zealand and overseas institutions.
Candidates are required to have gained the Postgraduate Certificate in Innovation with a B (65%) grade average or highe
a) All candidates must:
i. Have an accepted research project plan/proof of concept or business plan and are able to meet all assessment criteria detailed for the Postgraduate Certificate in Innovation and
ii. Have had their research project plan, business plan or proof of concept approved by Wintec and by an incubator mentor or an industry partner for implementation.
b) Candidates must also:
i. Sign appropriate agreements and be willing to comply with agreed protocols related to the research project.
English language requirements
Candidates who have English as a second language are required to have an International English Language Test System (IELTS) score of 6.5, with no individual band score lower than 6.0; or equivalent.
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