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NZ Certificate in
Health and Wellbeing

Level 3, Fees-Free*

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Start date
New Lynn
25
January
2021
9:00am
New Lynn
19
July
2021
9:00am
Manukau
25
January
2021
9:00am
Manukau
19
July
2021
9:00am
Credits
72
Duration
23 weeks
Study option
Full time study only.
Fees
FREE Under TTAF funding for NZ Domestic students
← Previous programme: NZ Certificate in Health and
Wellbeing
Next programme: Diploma in Community Healthcare and Support →
Want to further develop your skills in the healthcare and aged care sector? This short 23-week Healthcare programme will help you take your employment prospects to the next level ensuring a better rate of pay and allow you to provide a higher level of care that will enhance the general well-being of people, families, and communities. This programme will also prepare you for further studies in the Healthcare and aged care sector or prepare you for the workplace with pay parity starting at $23.00.
Study this programme for FREE under the Targeted Training and Apprenticeship Fund (TTAF). Click here for more information. The TTAF fund will cover fees from 1 July 2020 until 31 December 2022.

What you can learn

Entry requirements

This programme requires students to have access to a laptop/desktop that can connect to the internet with a web browser and a required minimum screen size of 10 inches. For device specifications, please talk to your Course Advisor.

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Pathways

*Conditions apply - get in contact with us to discuss. For more information about Youth Guarantee and Fees-Free, click here.

Employment opportunities

Graduates of this qualification will have the skills and knowledge to work or gain employment, in the Healthcare and Wellbeing sector. These may include:

What people say about us

"I learnt a lot during my Certificate in Healthcare and Well-being, including how to help and support clients. I also enjoyed learning about the Maori culture and it’s importance."

Malo Sione Lakisa

Healthcare Graduate