|Translation||Te Whiwhinga Poto Whakaako Pakeke Maataapon|
|Intakes||February, March, September|
|Further study||Certificate in Tertiary Teaching|
The aim of this short award is to develop practitioners who will understand the dimensions of adult teaching and apply teaching skills.
Teaching, tertiary teaching
To achieve the award of the Short Award Adult Teaching– Principles and Strategies students must pass a total of 30 compulsory credits, including:
- 15 compulsory credits; and
- 15 credits from the options List.
Knowledge and skills you will gain
Graduates will have the skills and knowledge to be able to apply adult learning theory and educational models to deliver meaningful and relevant courses and reflect on and improve their own teaching practice.
Admission and entry requirements for this qualification are in accordance with the academic regulations.
|ADLT.5001 Adult Teaching – Principles and Strategies|
The aim of this course is to develop students who will understand the dimensions of tertiary teaching and apply teaching skills in a supervised context.
Credits 15 Intakes Semester 1, Semester 2, May, September, October
|GENR.7020 Professional Leadership|
The focus of this course is on professional leadership in an era where there is a strong emphasis on upholding the profession alongside ensuring successful outcomes for the professionals and new members of the profession. This course provides an advanced study of contemporary theories and practices relevant to professional leadership.
Credits 15 Intakes Semester 1
|GENR.7023 Building and Sustaining Professional Relationships|
This course builds on the students' existing theoretical and practical knowledge of building and sustaining professional relationships within various contexts. By the end of this course the student will be able to effectively apply the concepts, principles and processes of effective communication from a range of theoretical and philosophical perspectives...
Credits 15 Intakes Semester 1, November
*Course cost: Standard fee for New Zealand residents only. Fees for non-New Zealand residents will vary, visit the International Programmes and Tuition Fees information page.
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