Enroling now for 2024 - Aged between 16 and 24 Programme
- Qualification Awarded Upon Successful Completion
- New Zealand Certificate in Foundation Skills (Level 1)
- NCEA (Level 1)
- Graduates from this programme will have an increased knowledge and awareness of strategies to improve their own life by establishing purposeful goals, managing their own health and well-being, and generally organising themselves with a clearer focus on their preferred direction, including education and employment pathways. Graduates will have a greater understanding and appreciation of those around them at both work and in the community, and will be inclusive of people in a multi-cultural society. The literacy and numeracy skills integrated throughout the programme will provide the graduate with the skills and a range of strategies to organise, interpret, and communicate information more effectively in their personal life and in their place of employment. Increased well-being, a more structured and systematic approach to organising themselves, and more effective engagement with others, will provide the graduate with the foundations to be able to make choices for improving their education and employment pathways.
- The successful graduate will, in summary, be able to:
- Understand self-management strategies to organise personal life, maintain well-being and continue learning.
- Interact positively with people from their own and other cultures, both individually and in group environments including work and community.
- Reflect on progress towards achieving personal and career goals.
- Organise, interpret, and communicate information using basic literacy and numeracy skills in relevant contexts.