Health and Wellbeing news

Health and Wellbeing news

Labour-Day

New Zealand Tertiary College closed for Labour Day

NZTC will be closed for the public holiday on Monday 23 October 2017.

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Q + A series: Celebrating 35 years of NZTC

As New Zealand Tertiary College (NZTC) celebrates 35 years, we talk to some of the influential people who have contributed to the college’s success.

Professional-Development

Caring for those living with dementia

Our Level 4 program equips healthcare assistants with the skills to provide specialised dementia care.

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NZTC showcases Health and Wellbeing programs at NZACA conference

The college shared the benefits of studying NZTC’s Level 3 and 4 programs.

Adrienne Foley with client Ron Crook

Caring for the elderly inspires NZTC student

Adrienne Foley happened upon a role at a rest home and discovered a passion for caring for the elderly.

Values-month

College values celebrated throughout August

NZTC staff joined together to celebrate the college’s values of Vision, Heart, Competence and Spirit.

Q + A series: Celebrating 35 years of NZTC

Q + A series: Celebrating 35 years of NZTC

After nearly 20 years at NZTC, Chief Executive Selena Fox shares her Vision, Heart, Competence and Spirit with us.

Are you ready for a career in the caring profession?

Are you ready for a career in the caring profession?

Healthcare Assistants play an important part in supporting people on their healthcare journey.

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First healthcare graduates celebrated at NZTC

Fourteen students graduated with a Level 3 qualification that is recognised under the pay equity settlement agreement.

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NZTC health programs recognised under pay equity settlement agreement

Graduates of our Level 3 and 4 qualifications are eligible for increased remuneration.

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An elderly perspective on the qualities of a healthcare assistant

Joyce Pearman shares her thoughts on the essential traits of a healthcare assistant.

Transport-discount

Special public transport fare concession available to NZTC students

Students can receive further discount on public transport fares with a tertiary ID sticker.