- Auckland, New Zealand; Hamilton, New Zealand
- Program Type:
- Study Abroad
- Degree Level:
- Rolling Starts
- Program Description:
LEADS TO EMPLOYMENT INTERNATIONALLY IN THE HEALTH SECTOR AS A...
practice, health project, operations, health business and healthcare, clinical leader, account, territory, occupational health and safety, portfolio, case
load, co-ordinator, facility and resource, health programme, community health centre, community health unit, medical practice, mental health, health and safety, marae, care facility, health services, health product, clinic, multi-disciplinary health, health service evaluator, clinical team, quality or therapy centre manager, team leader, supervisor, trainee manager, assistant manager or manager roles.
This objective of this programme is to develop advanced professional health sector managers to effectively initiate and manage high quality health programmes, projects and organisations.
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT...
Learners in this programme will enjoy interactive and practice-based sessions, visits to health facilities, talks and discussions with experienced health managers and employers, tutorials, valuable assessment tasks and one to one coaching to achieve programme graduate profile.
Programme content includes study of: public health issues in New Zealand; health sector governance and planning; quality management systems;
quality management practices; health related business studies; budgeting and finance; project management; communication and cultural skills; facilitative management capabilities; health audit and evaluation; change management; evaluative health research methods; ethics, safety, risk management; Hauora; Whare Tapa Rima; Fale; Socio-ecological; Socio-cultural; quadruple bottom- line sustainability; continuous improvement; Reflective practice underpins all papers supporting analytical, higher, associative, critical and evaluative thinking capabilities and graduate attribute achievement and employment readiness.
Both national and international learners must be at least 20 years of age in the year of study and hold
as a minimum a Level 5 Diploma in Health and 3 years’ related work experience, or Level 6 Diploma
in Health and two years’ related work experience; or degree and one year of experience in health related work; or the applicant can demonstrate equivalent level 6 academic plus practical, professional or technical knowledge and skills in an entrance examination. All applicants will have a conversation to discuss their interest in this advanced programme. International learners who have achieved their qualifications in non-English speaking educational settings must also provide evidence of having achieved an NZQA: IELTS Academic score of 6 or equivalent NZQA approved English language level.
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