Prospectus 2018 - Whitireia

Prospectus 2018 - Whitireia

Prospectus 2018 - Whitireia

WELLINGTON | AUCKLAND | TWENTY EIGHTEEN 18 prospectus opening in March 2018

Prospectus 2018 - Whitireia

2 PROSPECTUS 2018 Within this prospectus you will find programmes being offered by WelTec and Whitireia in the Wellington region and Auckland in 2018. All programmes have been developed with industry to provide you with the knowledge, practical skills and hands-on experience required to prepare you for employment or further training. At WelTec and Whitireia we have highly skilled teaching and support staff who work hard to ensure you succeed as a student; staff will support you every step of the way.

Our classes are small and we have a wide range of support services to ensure you achieve your study and career goals.

Thank you for considering the many study options available with us in 2018. Ngā mihi nui ki a koutou Chris Gosling CHIEF EXECUTIVE WELTEC AND WHITIREIA KIA ORA I am delighted to welcome you to this joint prospectus for WelTec and Whitireia. Polytechnic training is the pathway to an enormous range of satisfying and rewarding careers; careers that underpin New Zealand’s economy and support our society.

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5 WELTEC AND WHITIREIA Working together 6 Te Auaha, New Zealand Institute of Creativity 8 Study with us 10 Student support 12 Māori student support 14 Pasifika student support 16 Māori and Pasifika Trades Training Scholarships 18 Scholarships 19 Support for youth 20 Youth Guarantee 22 Summer maths 23 Supported learning 24 222 Willis, student accommodation 25 International students 26 English language 27 Preparing for study 28 Find a programme of study 30, 84 Programmes Creative Industries 33 Primary Industries 43 Services Industries 47 Social and Community Services 59 Manufacturing and Technology 69 Construction and Infrastructure 79 Contents

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6 PROSPECTUS 2018 Working together WelTec and Whitireia are two long- established and highly-successful polytechnics, widely respected by employers and with excellent student success rates. Recently it was agreed that the interests of students, communities and industry would be better served by the two polytechnics working together. This means that WelTec and Whitireia work together to provide the best possible study choices for students in the Wellington region and beyond. We work together to develop high quality facilities like Te Kāhui Auaha, our new creative campus in Wellington, opening in March 2018.

Developments like this ensure that our students have the best possible learning environments. Most importantly, we work together to provide choice and access to learning and services across our campuses in Wellington, Porirua, Kāpiti, Petone and Auckland. We are learning together and improving together to deliver more to students.

The partnership between WelTec and Whitireia is driven by a commitment to put students first, by providing more choice, more opportunity and improved experience. weltec.ac.nz whitireia.ac.nz Our partnership is important, but so are our roots and our connections to the local communities that have supported us and who we have served over many years. Each polytechnic retains strong links to its local community and iwi which will continue to grow and flourish. The partnership between WelTec and Whitireia is unique in New Zealand. It provides an exciting opportunity to follow a path which provides the best possible professional and vocational education for students, while respecting and maintaining the distinctive strengths of two quality tertiary institutions.

WelTec and Whitireia are strategic partners delivering more choice to students.

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WELTEC AND WHITIREIA Te Auaha icon in the programme section LOOK OUT FOR THE TE AUAHA You can also check out www.teauaha.com ENROL NOW, become part of Wellington’s new voice in creativity. Come and study in our purpose-built campus, Te Ka -hui Auaha, where creativity and innovation will be at the heart of everything we do. Opening in March 2018.

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10 PROSPECTUS 2018 Study with us PRACTICAL LEARNING Your study or training is focused on the real world so you will graduate work- ready, with the skills to succeed.

In many programmes you will learn in training facilities such as our onsite beauty and hairdressing salons, restaurants and cafés, or film studios, radio broadcasting suites, music studios, digi labs and health simulation suites. FLEXIBLE OPTIONS We have a range of programmes available at campuses in Porirua, Petone, Kāpiti, Wellington and Auckland. You can study full-time, part-time or online. We also offer night classes for some of our programmes.

QUALIFICATIONS THAT EMPLOYERS VALUE Our qualifications are recognised in New Zealand and around the world. All have been developed in conjunction with industry to offer excellent applied qualifications; all approved by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority. INDUSTRY CONNECTIONS We have excellent connections with industry so what you learn will be relevant to current industry needs. We have jobs brokers who can help you with writing a CV and preparing for an interview, as well as linking you with job opportunities.

CADETSHIPS AND INTERNSHIPS There are opportunities to work alongside your study and gain experience.

Try a trades cadetship, hospitality internship or have the opportunity to gain part-time work in the IT industry. SUPPORT FOR YOUR STUDY We have a range of student support services available to students who study with us. You can check these out on page 12 of this prospectus. FACILITIES We have some fantastic facilities such as our award-winning kitchens at our School of Hospitality in Wellington city, the Regional School of Construction in Petone, our state-of-the-art health and social services training facilities in Porirua and of course at Te Kāhui Auaha which will include purpose built spaces such as studios, a theatre, cinema, hair and makeup salons, workshops, recording studios, darkroom, mixing rooms and an in-house radio station.

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12 PROSPECTUS 2018 Student support We have a range of student support services available to all students who study with us. CAREERS SUPPORT We will give you careers advice and guidance on seeking a job. Our job broker teams have close links with employers who are after new graduates for roles. Your tutors can often connect you with opportunities. CHILDCARE We have fully licensed childcare centres at our Petone and Porirua campuses. If you are interested enquire early, places are limited. COMPUTERS AND IT Come in and work on one of our computers.

You will also find printers and photocopiers. If you bring your own device, you can connect to our wireless internet. We have help desk staff on campus too if you have any questions. COUNSELLING We offer a confidential 24/7 counselling service provided off-campus by Vitae. You are entitled to three free counselling sessions per year.

FINANCIAL SUPPORT It can be hard to make ends meet when you are a student. Our financial advisors can help you with budgeting or gaining access to extra financial support such as emergency grants and assistance with StudyLink. HEALTH We want you to be in good health so you can perform your best. We can help provide access to a range of health services regardless of the campus you are studying at. LIBRARY Sometimes you will need books or journal articles for an assignment. At our libraries, you can access a range of resources for your study, including books, newspapers, journals, audio-visual material, ebooks and online databases.

STUDENT VOICE Through your Student Voice representatives, you can put forward ideas about teaching and learning, events, activities or anything to do with your study experience. You will have Student Voice representatives in your programme of study.

STUDENTS WITH A DISABILITY We have dedicated, experienced people to support you if you have a disability or learning difficulty. We also offer medical and mental health support. We will work with your tutors and provide any special resources such as a reader/ writer, specialised equipment or tutoring assistance. STUDY SUPPORT We are here to help you succeed in your study. Whether it’s planning your study, writing assignments, report and essay writing, or maths and study skills. You can get in touch in person, on the phone or online.

TRANSPORT Please check our websites for information on transport options.

New options are being looked at for 2018. weltec.ac.nz whitireia.ac.nz

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14 PROSPECTUS 2018 MA - ori sTudent Support Nau mai, haere mai. Our Ma -ori support staff and mentors will help you with your study, personal and cultural needs. WelTec We are here to support you on your learning journey. You can contact our Tamaiti Whāngai team anytime, with any issue. You will also see them in class helping you out. Our centre, Te Whare Āwhina, is at our main campus in Petone. Study, hang out and korero with our mentors; it is a place where you will feel at home. Whitireia Our Pou Whakamanawa (Māori Success Advisor) will respond to any concerns you may have.

Advice and support is offered across a range of areas such as educational, cultural, spiritual, economic, social and sometimes personal growth. They will act as a mentor for you as well. If you’re studying at our campus in Porirua, we have a dedicated study space for Māori students, Ako Ake Café. This space is open to all Māori students who study with us.

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16 PROSPECTUS 2018 Pasifika Student Support ​ Kia ora, Talofa lava, Malo e lelei, Kia orana, Taloha ni, Fakaalofa lahi atu, Ni sa bula vinaka, Halo olgeta and warm Pacific greetings. We are committed to supporting you and your academic success. WelTec Our Pasifika team of mentors and learning advisors can support you at any campus. Whether you need learning support or help with an issue outside study, our friendly team is here for you. Pasifika students have a dedicated space at our Petone campus called the Pasifika Centre.

Study, work on an assignment or relax in this space. We also organise a range of cultural and sporting activities. Whitireia Our Pacific Success Advisor provides academic, cultural and pastoral support. Programmes and networks have been developed to support you during your study with us.

If you’re studying at our campus in Porirua, we have a dedicated study space for Pasifika students, Ako Ake Café. This space is open to all Pasifika students, who study with us. weltec.ac.nz whitireia.ac.nz

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18 PROSPECTUS 2018 MA - ori and Pasifika Study on a trades programme with a scholarship towards your fees at WelTec or Whitireia. Train with us in settings that reflect real work places. Programmes for 2018 include: AUTOMOTIVE • New Zealand Certificate in Automotive Engineering (Level 3) • New Zealand Certificate in Collision Repair and Automotive Refinishing (Level 3) CONSTRUCTION • New Zealand Certificate in Construction Trade Skills (Carpentry) (Level 3) • New Zealand Certificate in Construction Trade Skills (Painting and Decorating) (Level 3) • New Zealand Certificate in Construction Trade Skills (Tiling) (Level 3) • New Zealand Certificate in Electrical Engineering Theory (Level 3) • New Zealand Certificate in Plumbing, Gasfitting and Drainlaying (Pre-apprenticeship) (Level 3) HAIRDRESSING AND BEAUTY • New Zealand Certificate in Barber Skills (Level 3)* • New Zealand Certificate in Hairdressing (Salon Support) (Level 3) • New Zealand Certificate in Makeup and Skin Care (Introduction) (Level 3) • New Zealand Certificate in Hairdressing (Emerging Stylist) (Level 4) HOSPITALITY • New Zealand Certificate in Baking (Level 3) • New Zealand Certificate in Cookery (Level 3) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING • New Zealand Certificate in Mechanical Engineering (Level 3) TRANSPORT • New Zealand Certificate in Commercial Road Transport (Heavy Vehicle Operator) (Level 3)* SELECTION CRITERIA • Māori or Pasifika descent • 16 – 40 years of age at the start of your study • A New Zealand citizen or New Zealand permanent resident • Able to meet the entry criteria of the programme enrolling in If you are interested in finding out more about these scholarships and how to apply, call us to find out more.

Māori and Pasifika Trades icon in the programme section LOOK OUT FOR THE MĀORI AND PASIFIKA TRADES Trades training scholarships *Subject to NZQA approval | Programmes and details may change. Please check the relevant website or contact us for the latest information.

19 WELTEC AND WHITIREIA Scholarships WelTec and Whitireia offer a range of scholarships to students. WelTec WelTec have partnered with employers and industry partners to offer you scholarships. Many of our scholarships include work experience and lead to full- time employment with the sponsoring company. Opportunities to study at WelTec with the support of outside organisations such as Downer, Toloa via the Ministry for Pacific Peoples, the Todd Foundation, or IPENZ are promoted at different times of the year. BUSINESS, CREATIVE AND IT SCHOLARSHIPS Scholarships are available in the following programmes: Bachelor of Applied Management, Bachelor of Creativity or the Bachelor of Information Technologies.

ENGINEERING SCHOLARSHIPS Engineering is an area where there is a global demand for skills. We provide a range of scholarships to support you in completing your studies in the Bachelor of Engineering Technology or the New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Level 6). CONSTRUCTION, ENGINEERING AND IT FEMALE STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS We have a number of initiatives that aim to increase female participation in the Construction, Engineering and IT sectors. We have partnered with industry to offer scholarships that promote careers that are under represented by women. Whitireia There are a wide range of scholarships available to students who study with us.

WHITIREIA FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS The Whitireia Foundation is pleased to offer a number of scholarships to students who study full-time at Whitireia. The scholarships provide financial assistance towards study fees unless otherwise specified. Find out more www.whitireiafoundation.com SECONDARY SCHOOL LEAVER FEE SCHOLARSHIPS We are pleased to offer Secondary School Leaver Fee Scholarships to students at selected secondary schools in the Wellington region. Each scholarship is valued at up to $4,000 and assists with tuition costs for the first year of study on one of our multi- year diploma or degree programmes.

Note: not all Whitireia programmes are eligible for these scholarships. Check our website or call us to find out more. PUBLISHING SCHOLARSHIPS Scholarships are available for students studying on one of our publishing programmes. These include the Mason Publishing Scholarship and the Te Reo Māori Publishing Scholarship. Go to www.weltec.ac.nz to find out more or call us on 0800 935 832 Go to www.whitireia.ac.nz to find out more or call us on 0800 944 847

20 PROSPECTUS 2018 SUPPORT FOR Youth We have dedicated pathways and support for youth. If you have left school or if school is just not the right place for you, you could consider one of our study options; gain NCEA credits or an NZQA qualification. • Wellington Trades Academy • STAR or Gateway • Youth Guarantee To find out more about these study options talk to the careers advisor at your school or call us. Wellington Trades Academy The Wellington Trades Academy allows you to stay enrolled at school and go to either WelTec or Whitireia part-time to learn new skills. We partner with local secondary schools to provide year-long training programmes that allow you to achieve NCEA Level 2 and get ready for employment or higher-level study.

With Trades Academy you select one subject and study for two days a week* with us. Subject options for 2018 include: • Animal Care • Business Administration+ • Construction Trades • Creative Technology • Engineering and Automotive • Engines • Early Childhood Studies • Fitness • Hair and Beauty Salon Support • Health Science* • Hospitality • Hospitality Services • Salon Environment +Pending approval *Health Science, one day a week weltec.ac.nz whitireia.ac.nz Working with schools We work with secondary schools providing a range of experience days, programme introductory courses and school partnership programmes.

We attend secondary school careers and subject choice events, and presentations wherever possible. Look out for us at these events; come and ask us any questions you have about studying with us, or talk to the careers advisor at your school.

Dual Pathways Dual Pathways allows you to enrol part-time in secondary school and part-time with us. You will study at one of our campuses and work towards an industry qualification. The aim of Dual Pathways is to improve the transition from school to work by providing a wider range of learning opportunities and creating clear pathways from school to study. For more information talk to the careers advisor at your school or call us.

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22 PROSPECTUS 2018 Youth Guarantee Find a direction to your career.

Youth Guarantee is about improving the transition from school to further study, work or training. Study fees free on one of the many Youth Guarantee study options available at both WelTec and Whitireia. To be eligible for study on a Youth Guarantee programme you must: • Be 16-19 years of age at the start of the programme • Be enrolling in full-time study in 2018 • Be a New Zealand citizen or have New Zealand permanent residency Note: study on a Youth Guarantee programme is limited to two years fees free at Levels 1-3. Students cannot hold a qualification at Level 3 or above. Checkoutwww.youthguarantee.net.nz or call us to find out more.

Subject options for 2018 include: • Automotive • Beauty • Baking • Cookery • Collision Repair and Automotive Refinishing • Construction Trades [Carpentry, Painting and Decorating, Electrical, Plumbing] • Hairdressing • Health Assistance • Hospitality • Mechanical Engineering • Office Administration • Retail • Social and Community Services • Tourism Youth Guarantee icon in the programme section LOOK OUT FOR THE YOUTH GUARANTEE youthguarantee.net.nz

23 WELTEC AND WHITIREIA Boost your maths skills Study at WelTec to improve your maths. We have a number of options available at different levels. Our courses will prepare you for success in future studies where maths is necessary. Complete this course to get credits and meet the prerequisite maths requirements for our diploma and degree engineering programmes. weltec.ac.nz/maths Summer maths. 5 weeks Study in Petone. Starts 16 January

24 PROSPECTUS 2018 Supported learning We offer supported learning designed for students who have an intellectual or learning disability.

You will develop your potential and grow confidence through practical work experience. Improve communication, set goals for the future and become more independent. There are options in Petone and Porirua. New Zealand Certificate in Skills for Living for Supported Learners Level 1 Location Petone Porirua Duration 1 year, full-time WELTEC Gain skills to be independent, improve communication and plan for the future. Grow confidence through work experience. Students will receive one-on-one support. Learn life skills with this programme that brings students together, yet focuses on individual development.

For more information check out: www.weltec.ac.nz Certificate in Vocational Skills (Level 1) Level 1 Location Petone Duration 1 year, full-time WELTEC The next step for people with learning disabilities who have successfully completed the Certificate in Community and Vocational Learning Skills. Learn more about workplace practices and extend skills in other areas such as cooking, literacy and technology. For more information check out: www.weltec.ac.nz weltec.ac.nz whitireia.ac.nz

25 WELTEC AND WHITIREIA WELLINGTON CITY STUDENT ACCOMMODATION SECURE | MODERN | SOCIAL Live in a secure, modern and social apartment while studying in Wellington.

Located in central Wellington this six-level accommodation building is designed for students from a variety of tertiary institutes. THE NEW STANDARD IN STUDENT ACCOMMODATION Owned by WelTec Student Accommodation Limited, a wholly owned subsidary of the Wellington Institute of Technology.

26 PROSPECTUS 2018 International students IMMIGRATION Full details of visa requirements, advice on eligibility for employment in New Zealand while studying, and reporting requirements are available through the New Zealand Immigration Service website. VISA CONDITIONS A student visa (or a limited visa granted for the purpose of study) is subject to conditions and any breaches must be reported to Immigration New Zealand. Visa conditions include, but are not limited to: • Having sufficient funds for maintenance while in New Zealand • Attending the programme at all times unless there are genuine reasons for any absences, and making satisfactory academic progress • Studying at the place of study specified on the student visa • Having acceptable insurance for the duration of the student visa • Working no more than the hours specified on the student visa • Living with a parent or legal guardian if required.

ELIGIBILITY FOR HEALTH SERVICES Most international students are not entitled to publicly funded health services while in New Zealand, so may be liable for the full costs of any treatment. Full details on entitlements to publicly funded health services are available through the Ministry of Health, go to www.health.govt.nz The Accident Compensation Corporation provides accident insurance for all New Zealand citizens, residents, and temporary visitors to New Zealand, but international students may still be liable for all other medical and related costs. For more information, go to www.acc.co.nz COMPULSORY MEDICAL AND TRAVEL INSURANCE Whitireia and WelTec requires all enrolled international students to have approved health and travel insurance for the duration of their enrolment (regardless of the visa type).

A student visa holder is also required to have approved health and travel insurance for the duration of their visa or until they depart New Zealand, whichever comes first. WelTec and Whitireia have arrangements in place for our preferred insurance, policy and provider for international students. Student applicants will be invoiced for the insurance premium during the international admissions process. STUDENT ACCOMMODATION There is a range of accommodation options available to you when you study with us. See our websites for information about short and long-term accommodation options. If a student is under the age of 18 it is a Code of Practice requirement that the student be in the care of a residential caregiver.

For practical advice and information on preparing for student life in New Zealand, go to www.immigration.govt.nz and www.studyinnewzealand.govt.nz Our websites www.weltec.ac.nz, www.whitireia.ac.nz and www.teauaha.com outline the application process for international students, including English language and equivalent academic entry requirements for each programme. Go to International Students on our websites.

SPECIALIST SERVICES FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS We have dedicated teams to support international students. Our expert staff can help you choose the right programme, and provide information and advice to prepare you to live and study in New Zealand. EDUCATION (PASTORAL CARE OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS) CODE OF PRACTICE WelTec and Whitireia have agreed to observe and be bound by this Code of Practice (2016), which is legislated by the New Zealand Government and published on the parliamentary website www.legislation.govt.nz. For more information, frequently asked questions, and how to make a complaint see the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) website www.nzqa.govt.nz/ providers-partners/education-code-of- practice international icon in the programme section LOOK OUT FOR THE INTERNATIONAL weltec.ac.nz whitireia.ac.nz

*Subject to NZQA approval | Programmes and details may change. Please check the relevant website or contact us for the latest information. 27 WELTEC AND WHITIREIA New Zealand Certificate in English Language (Levels 3-5)* Levels 3-5 Location Porirua Auckland Duration 17 weeks, full-time 1 year, part-time WELTEC WHITIREIA Four certificates for learners of English as an additional language. These certificates prepare you to communicate and participate in social, academic and workplace environments. You will be placed in an appropriate certificate based on your level of English.

For more information check out: www.weltec.ac.nz or www.whitireia.ac.nz English Language Skills Location Porirua Auckland Duration 12 weeks (for each level) WELTEC WHITIREIA The English Language Skills programmes are open to speakers of other languages who would like to improve their English language skills as a pathway to further study or employment.

The programmes are suitable for both international and domestic students in the following six levels: • Elementary • Pre-intermediate • Intermediate • Upper-intermediate • Advanced • Academic For more information check out: www.weltec.ac.nz or www.whitireia.ac.nz English language Our English language programmes prepare you for study or employment.

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28 PROSPECTUS 2018 PREPARING FOR STUDY If you have You could study NO formal qualifications or skills Youth Guarantee or introductory/foundation programmes NCEA LEVEL 1 or are a mature student with the required skills Foundation or certificate programmes NCEA LEVEL 2 or 3 or a relevant certificate qualification or are a mature student with the required skills Diploma programmes Degree entry requirements or a relevant diploma qualification or are a mature student with the required skills Undergraduate degree programmes An undergraduate degree or graduate diploma/certificate Postgraduate programmes Postgraduate diploma or certificate plus relevant work experience Masters programmes There are a number of ways to enter study, call us to find out more.

We have a range of programmes at all levels, to support you and your learning pathway for study now, or in the future.

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30 PROSPECTUS 2018 30 PROSPECTUS 2017 Find A programme of study There are a range of programmes you can study with us. weltec.ac.nz whitireia.ac.nz Whether you are leaving school, retraining or coming to New Zealand to study, we can help you achieve your goals. Gain new skills and start your career with us. Find a programme In the next section of this prospectus you will find our programmes, they have been grouped in one of the following Vocational Pathways: 1. Creative Industries 2. Primary Industries 3. Services Industries 4.

Social and Community Services 5. Manufacturing and Technology 6. Construction and Infrastructure You can also search the index on pages 84 – 89 to find a programme of interest to you.

31 WELTEC AND WHITIREIA 31 Website for more details Look out for icons NAVIGATING YOUR WAY AROUND OUR Programmes is EASY! In each Vocational Pathway, you will find the programme under the relevant category. For example, ‘Accounting’ is under ‘Business’. On each programme, you will see the level of study, where you can study it and how long it goes for (including whether you can study part-time). You can read about the programme and see where to go for more information. WelTec www.weltec.ac.nz 0800 935 832 info@weltec.ac.nz Whitireia www.whitireia.ac.nz 0800 944 847 info@whitireia.ac.nz For more information Contact us to find out about any of our programmes, in particular entry requirements, fees or start dates.

You will find all this information on our websites too. NZQA Level Where you can study How long it goes for English language requirements Who offers the programme New Zealand Certificate in Construction Trade Skills (Carpentry) (Level 3) Level 3 Location Petone Porirua Duration 1 year, full-time IELTS 5.5 (no band lower than 5.0) WELTEC WHITIREIA Learn how to use tools and equipment and gain skills to build a house; from setting out and levelling to framing and roofing. Achieve your Site Safe Certificate. Develop skills in the workshop and on the building site. Be part of a team that builds a house that’s sold on completion.

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33 CREATIVE Industries Applied Arts 34 Creative Technologies 34 Creative Writing 35 Film and Television 36 Māori Art 36 Music 37 Performing Arts 38 Photography 39 Publishing 39 Radio 40 Visual Arts and Design 40

Programmes and details may change. Please check the relevant website or contact us for the latest information. 34 PROSPECTUS 2018 Graduate Certificate in Applied Arts Level 7 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Duration 17 weeks, full-time IELTS 6.0 (no band lower than 5.5) WHITIREIA Undertake specialised study and practice that extends your prior degree work, or explore a new direction through project work.

For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz Graduate Diploma in Applied Arts Level 7 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Duration 1 year, full-time IELTS 6.0 (no band lower than 5.5) WHITIREIA Undertake specialised study and practice that extends your prior degree work, or explore a new direction to develop a body of work, and special projects.

For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz Applied Arts New Zealand Certificate in Creativity (Level 4) Level 4 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Petone Porirua Duration 17 weeks, full-time IELTS 5.5 (no band lower than 5.0) WELTEC WHITIREIA Start your creative journey. Get a taste of a wide range of creative disciplines. You’ll learn about art and design, illustration, digital media and photography. Develop skills in digital modelling and 3D printing. Start to build a professional portfolio. For more information check out: www.weltec.ac.nz or www.whitireia.ac.nz New Zealand Certificate in Digital Media and Design (Level 3) Level 3 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Petone Porirua Duration 17 weeks, full-time IELTS 5.5 (no band lower than 5.0) WELTEC WHITIREIA Gain introductory skills.

Discover creative techniques in digital media and design. 3D media, design, drawing, illustration and photography. Prepare for higher-level study. For more information check out: www.weltec.ac.nz or www.whitireia.ac.nz New Zealand Diploma in Creativity (Level 5) Level 5 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Duration 1 year, full-time IELTS 6.0 (no band lower than 5.5) WELTEC Develop your creative thinking skills. Work with a range of physical and digital media and technologies. Virtual Reality. Digital Modelling. Animation. Graphics. Learn through collaborative projects at Te Auaha.

For more information check out: www.weltec.ac.nz Creative Technologies INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA

Programmes and details may change. Please check the relevant website or contact us for the latest information. 35 WELTEC AND WHITIREIA New Zealand Diploma in Creativity (Level 6) Level 6 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Duration 1 year, full-time IELTS 6.0 (no band lower than 5.5) WELTEC Build on the Level 5 diploma, which is a prerequisite for this course. VR. Animation. Gaming.

Visual arts. Motion graphics. 2D and 3D printing. Laser cutting. Launch yourself into project work. Learn through collaborative and interdisciplinary projects at Te Auaha. For more information check out: www.weltec.ac.nz Bachelor of Creativity (Digital Media) Level 7 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Duration 3 years, full-time (part-time options available) IELTS 6.0 (no band lower than 5.5) WELTEC In this major you can focus on Creative Technologies or Visual Communication Design. The Creative Technologies stream offers a range of current and emerging technologies with potential for integration in a variety of creative ways such as VR, animation, gaming and motion graphics.

The Visual Communication Design stream develops skills in design fundamentals, typography and graphics that apply to publication, branding, motion graphics and web design. You can select courses from either stream. For more information check out: www.weltec.ac.nz Graduate Diploma in Creative Technologies Level 7 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Duration 1 year, full-time IELTS 6.0 (no band lower than 5.5) WELTEC The programme is focused on industry projects as well as your own major project. Specialise in digital pre- and post-production, animation, workshop practice, creative IT, project management or creative leadership.

Designed for those with a bachelor’s degree or relevant experience.

For more information check out: www.weltec.ac.nz Creative Technologies Diploma in Creative Writing Level 5 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Online Duration 1 year, full-time (part-time options available) IELTS 6.0 (no band lower than 5.5) WHITIREIA If you’re serious about writing, this programme helps you develop skills in various writing genres including: short fiction, non-fiction, scriptwriting, poetry and writing for children. Study in the classroom or online. For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz Diploma in Creative Writing (Advanced) Level 6 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Duration 1 year, full-time IELTS 6.0 (no band lower than 5.5) WHITIREIA Undertake specialised study and practice in the craft of writing a novel, screenplay, short fiction, poetry or non-fiction work.

You will have tutor and mentoring support to produce a first draft manuscript.

For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz Creative Writing INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA Bachelor of Creativity (Writing) Level 7 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Duration 3 years, full-time IELTS 6.0 (no band lower than 5.5) WHITIREIA This major focuses on creative writing. In year one you will develop skills in short fiction, script-writing, poetry and non-fiction. In year two and three you will specialise in one genre so that by the end of three years you will have produced a manuscript that is ready to be pitched to a publisher.

You will have the opportunity to collaborate with other creatives such as actors, designers, illustrators, film makers, broadcasters, musicians and dancers. For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA

*Subject to NZQA approval | Programmes and details may change. Please check the relevant website or contact us for the latest information. 36 PROSPECTUS 2018 Graduate Diploma in Creative Writing Level 7 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Duration 1 year, full-time IELTS 6.0 (no band lower than 5.5) WHITIREIA Experienced writers are supported to write a manuscript of poetry, fiction, non-fiction or a script. Includes individual mentoring from well- known professionals. For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz New Zealand Diploma in Screen Production (Level 5)* Level 5 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Duration 1 year, full-time (starting July) IELTS 6.0 (no band lower than 5.5) WHITIREIA If you are considering a career in film, video or other related screen production industries, study on this programme and gain skills and knowledge in cameraoperation,editorial,focus,locationscouting, sound operation, continuity, art department, production, lighting, production administration, data wrangling and technical production.

(Offered by the New Zealand Film and Television School, part of Whitireia New Zealand Limited) For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz New Zealand Diploma in Screen Production (Level 6)* Level 6 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Duration 1 year, full-time (starting July) IELTS 6.0 (no band lower than 5.5) WHITIREIA Gain the skills and knowledge to work in the screen production industry. The skills learnt will set you up for roles such as camera, editing, continuity, sound, lighting, art department, production, technical production or directing. (Offered by the New Zealand Film and Television School, part of Whitireia New Zealand Limited) For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz Certificate in Introduction to Film and Television Production Level 5 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Duration 1 year, full-time IELTS 5.5 (no band lower than 5.0) WHITIREIA Learn to be a filmmaker.

Learn by doing through a combination of hands-on experience and visiting tutors who are experts in their field. Gain experience in writing, directing and editing, in lighting, camera, sound and production. (Offered by the New Zealand Film and Television School, part of Whitireia New Zealand Limited) For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz Film and Television Bachelor of Creativity (Toi Poutama) Level 7 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Porirua Hongoeka Marae Duration 3 years, full-time IELTS 6.0 (no band lower than 5.5) WHITIREIA This major explores the customary practices and techniques to produce contemporary works of art in the forms of raranga and whakairo.

Gain complimentary skills in business, curatorship, exhibition practices and taonga management. You will have the opportunity to collaborate with students in other creative disciplines. For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz New Zealand Diploma in Ngā Toi (Whakairo-Ngā Mahi ā te Whare Pora) (Level 5) Level 5 Location Porirua Duration 1 year, full-time IELTS 5.5 (no band lower than 5.0) WHITIREIA Engage in the creative environment of Te Whare Toi; a sharing, thriving, mana enhanced learning place that is interactive of research, creativity and application of Ngā Toi (Māori art) practices underpinned by te reo, tikanga and mātauranga toi.

For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz Māori Art TE AUAHA TE AUAHA INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA Creative Writing INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA

*Subject to NZQA approval | Programmes and details may change. Please check the relevant website or contact us for the latest information. 37 WELTEC AND WHITIREIA Certificate in Foundation Music Level 3 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Duration 17 weeks, full-time IELTS 5.5 (no band lower than 5.0) WHITIREIA Get the foundations required for your career as a professional musician.

Learn music theory, instrument studies, professional studies, band workshops and performance. On successful completion progress onto further study in music, DJ/MC music.

For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz Certificate in DJ Music Level 4 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Duration 1 year, full-time IELTS 5.5 (no band lower than 5.0) WHITIREIA For newcomers and experienced DJs, and students wanting to specialise in MCing to become professional. This programme includes performance, turntable skills, writing lyrics, the art of mixing and the history of DJing and MCing, music production and industry studies. For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz New Zealand Certificate in Performing Arts (Level 3)* Level 3 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Duration 17 weeks, full-time (starting July) IELTS 5.5 (no band lower than 5.0) WHITIREIA Be introduced to the performing arts industry.

Gain practical skills and knowledge in music. This programme provides a pathway onto further study.

For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz Certificate in Rock, Jazz and Commercial Music Level 4 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Duration 1 year, full-time IELTS 5.5 (no band lower than 5.0) WHITIREIA Become a practical musician by developing your musical skills and your understanding of the industry. Subject areas include theory, composition, MIDI, instrument and professional studies, band workshops and performance. For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz Bachelor of Creativity (Music) Level 7 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Duration 3 years, full-time IELTS 6.0 (no band lower than 5.5) WHITIREIA This major focuses on developing successful music careers.

It offers a range of performance, recording, composition and song writing opportunities. Within this contemporary programme you can pathway in Performance, Creation and Composition, Recording/Production.

For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz Music INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA TE AUAHA TE AUAHA INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA

Programmes and details may change. Please check the relevant website or contact us for the latest information. 38 PROSPECTUS 2018 Diploma in Stage and Screen Arts Level 6 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Duration 2 years, full-time IELTS 6.0 (no band lower than 5.5) WHITIREIA This programme introduces and develops skills, knowledge and aptitude to a professional standard to enable students to seek work in theatre, television and film.

Through industry secondment opportunities and self-generated performance projects, students make a transition into working in the stage and screen professions. On successful completion, you may apply to enrol in year three of the Bachelor of Applied Arts (Performing Arts) and continue to create a body of work in the stage and screen arts genre. For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz Bachelor of Creativity (Performing Arts) Level 7 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Duration 3 years, full-time IELTS 6.0 (no band lower than 5.5) WHITIREIA This major gives you the opportunity to become a part of new dance forms in New Zealand.

The combination of study in heritage dance forms such as Māori, Samoa and Cook Islands with contemporary New Zealand dance leads to the production of ground- breaking work in your third year of study. You will explore cross discipline work through collaborations and leave well prepared for managing your careers in the dance and cultural tourism industries. For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz Performing Arts Diploma in Performing Arts (Dance) Level 6 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Duration 2 years, full-time IELTS 6.0 (no band lower than 5.5) WHITIREIA This unique and vibrant programme prepares you for the commercial dance sector.

The emphasis is on technical skills and performance experience. Subject areas include tap, jazz, hip hop, ballet and much more. On successful completion of the diploma, you may apply to enrol in year three of the Bachelor of Creativity (Performing Arts) and continue to create a body of work in the commercial dance genre. (Offered by Whitireia New Zealand Limited) For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz Diploma in Performing Arts (Dance) [specialisation in Circus] Level 6 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Duration 2 years, full-time IELTS 6.0 (no band lower than 5.5) WHITIREIA This unique programme combines the skills of dance and performance with circus techniques.

Subject areas include acrobatics, aerials, equilibristics and dance. This programme is delivered by some of New Zealand’s most well-known circus performers. On successful completion of this diploma you may apply to enrol in year three of the Bachelor of Creativity (Performing Arts) and continue to create a body of work in the circus dance genre. For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz Diploma in Performing Arts (Singing) Level 6 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Duration 2 years, full-time IELTS 6.0 (no band lower than 5.5) WHITIREIA This programme prepares you for the musical theatre industry.

You’ll develop skills in singing, dancing and acting to a professional standard. Subject areas include singing, staging, jazz, acting and much more. On successful completion you may apply to enrol in year three of the Bachelor of Creativity (Performing Arts) and continue to create a body of work in the musical theatre genre.

(Offered by Whitireia New Zealand Limited) For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz INTERNATIONAL INTERNATIONAL INTERNATIONAL INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA TE AUAHA TE AUAHA TE AUAHA INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA

Programmes and details may change. Please check the relevant website or contact us for the latest information. 39 WELTEC AND WHITIREIA Graduate Certificate in Editing Level 7 Location Online Duration 32 weeks, part-time IELTS 7.0 in all bands WHITIREIA A wide-ranging introduction to professional editing and proofreading. This part-time online programme covers the principles and practices of editing in print and digital environments.

It includes topics such as plain English, grammar and usage, and web editing, and provides a solid base of editorial techniques for public sector and specialist editing roles. A valuable overview for beginning editors, this programme will also benefit editors with some experience and anyone whose work includes writing and editing components.

For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz Graduate Diploma in Publishing (Applied) Level 7 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Duration 1 year, full-time IELTS 7.0 (no band lower than 6.5) WHITIREIA Get qualified for a career in digital and print publishing with this popular and highly regarded programme. Gain skills in editing, marketing, layout, production and project management. You will apply your learning to industry-based print and ebook projects and undertake work experience in publishing firms throughout New Zealand.

For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz New Zealand Diploma in Photography (Level 5) Level 5 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Duration 1 year, full-time IELTS 5.5 (no band lower than 5.0) WHITIREIA Gain a good understanding of the techniques of image production in a range on genres, and develop creativity.

You'll have the skills to work in entry level positions in the photographic industry or as a freelance photographer. For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz Publishing Photography INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA TE AUAHA INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA

Programmes and details may change. Please check the relevant website or contact us for the latest information. 40 PROSPECTUS 2018 Visual Arts and Design New Zealand Certificate in Digital Media and Design (Level 3) Level 3 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Petone Porirua Duration 17 weeks, full-time IELTS 5.5 (no band lower than 5.0) WELTEC WHITIREIA Gain introductory skills. Discover creative techniques in digital media and design, 3D media, design, drawing, illustration and photography. Prepare for higher-level study. For more information check out: www.weltec.ac.nz or www.whitireia.ac.nz New Zealand Diploma in Jewellery (Level 5) Level 5 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Duration 1 year, full-time IELTS 5.5 (no band lower than 5.0) WHITIREIA Learn technical skills for a range of applications, along with creative development, project management, and theoretical studies.

You'll enjoy a stimulating, creative education in jewellery design and making; this programme allows for creative development and expression. For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz New Zealand Diploma in Radio Broadcasting (Level 5) Level 5 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Auckland Duration 1 year, full-time IELTS 6.0 (no band lower than 5.5) WHITIREIA Gain the skills and knowledge to work in the radio broadcasting industry. Learn presenting, production, programming, marketing, sales, brand management, studio engineering, creative writing and digital content management. (Offered by the New Zealand Radio Training School, part of Whitireia New Zealand Limited) For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz National Certificate in Radio (Foundation Skills) Level 3 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Duration 17 weeks, full-time IELTS 6.0 (no band lower than 5.5) WHITIREIA Enter the high-energy world of radio and discover the many dynamic areas of commercial radio broadcasting.

This fun, interactive, full on programme offers you the fundamental skills in promotions, creative writing, announcing and production, as well as voice training and radio sales. Our ‘live to air’ radio stations and recording suites giveyouplentyofhands-onlearningopportunities.

(Offered by the New Zealand Radio Training School, part of Whitireia New Zealand Limited) For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz Radio New Zealand Certificate in Creativity (Level 4) Level 4 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Petone Porirua Duration 17 weeks, full-time IELTS 5.5 (no band lower than 5.0) WELTEC WHITIREIA Start your creative journey. Get a taste of a wide range of creative disciplines. You’ll learn about art and design, illustration, digital media and photography. Develop skills in digital modelling and 3D printing. Start to build a professional portfolio.

For more information check out: www.weltec.ac.nz or www.whitireia.ac.nz INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA If you are interested in Journalism for radio and other media, check out page 54

Programmes and details may change. Please check the relevant website or contact us for the latest information. 41 WELTEC AND WHITIREIA Visual Arts and Design New Zealand Diploma in Digital Media and Design (Level 5) Level 5 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Duration 1 year, full-time IELTS 5.5 (no band lower than 5.0) WHITIREIA Develop your abilities in design to produce a professional portfolio. Options include publication design, digital illustration, branding and identity, web interactive design, 3D modelling and animation. Graphic design skills gained can be used in a wide range of work including print and web design, advertising and film.

For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz Bachelor of Creativity (Visual Arts) Level 7 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Duration 3 years, full-time IELTS 6.0 (no band lower than 5.5) WHITIREIA For this major you can elect to study one of the following media – painting, print making, sculpture, textiles, photography or jewellery. You will increasingly specialise in your chosen media throughout your study. In your final year you will approach a variety of galleries to showcase your work, while developing portfolios for employment or you will create a major body of work for exhibition. Alongside studio work, you will explore the theory and history of art creation.

For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz Bachelor of Creativity (Digital Media) Level 7 Location Te Kāhui Auaha Duration 3 years, full-time IELTS 6.0 (no band lower than 5.5) WHITIREIA In this major you can focus on Creative Technologies or Visual Communication Design. The Creative Technologies stream offers a range of current and emerging technologies with potential for integration in a variety of creative ways such as VR, animation, gaming and motion graphics. The Visual Communication Design stream develops skills in design fundamentals, typography and graphics that apply to publication, branding, motion graphics and web design.

You can select courses from either stream. For more information check out: www.whitireia.ac.nz INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA INTERNATIONAL TE AUAHA