New Zealand Certificate in Health and Wellbeing
(Advanced Support) (Level 4)
The aim of this program is to develop collaborative advanced Healthcare Assistants who are active contributors within their teams and wider work places. Students will become leaders in their fields, leading themselves and others towards providing advanced, person-centred care, positive organisational change, and improving the quality of care for clients with complex needs.
AT A GLANCE
Method of learning:
|HW401||Collaboration in Healthcare|
|HW402||The Valued Healthcare Assistant|
|HW403||Person-Centred Care 2|
|HW404||Health Conditions 2|
|HW405||The Client's Voice|
|HW406||Culturally Appropriate and Safe Care|
|HW407||Leadership in Healthcare|
|HW408||Risk Management and Safety|
|HW511||Medication in Aged Care (Elective)|
|HW512||Dementia Care (Elective)|
|HW513||Palliative Care (Elective)|
|HW400||Health and Wellbeing in Practice - Field Experience 2|
This qualification features a strong practical component to ensure students put their learning into practice.
For more information on the modes listed above, refer to the Modes of learning page
NZTC qualifications have been designed to link easily into each other, providing you with a flexible range of pathway options into higher level study.
Upon completion of the New Zealand Certificate in Health and Wellbeing (Advanced Support) (Level 4) you may be eligible to apply for the Level 5 program due to start in the later part of 2017. Entry criteria will apply.
You may also be eligible to apply for programs beyond NZTC including:
- Bachelor of Nursing
- Bachelor of Midwifery
- Bachelor of Health Science
- Bachelor of Counselling
- Bachelor of Social Work
- Bachelor of Occupational Therapy
- Bachelor of Physiotherapy