NorthTec is the region's largest provider of tertiary education, with campuses and learning centres in Whangarei and Kerikeri in the Bay of Islands, and Learning Centres in Rawene on the shores of the Hokianga, Kaikohe and our northernmost site in Kaitaia.
Certificates may be used in a wide range of contexts across all levels up to and including level 7, and are often used to prepare candidates for employment and further education and training.
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Diplomas often prepare learners for self-directed application of skills and knowledge.
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A Bachelor’s Degree is a systematic and coherent introduction to the knowledge, ideas, principles, concepts, chief research methods and problem-solving techniques of a recognised major subject (or subjects, in the case of a double degree or a double major).
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A Graduate Diploma is designed as a vehicle for degree graduates to pursue further study at an undergraduate level.
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NorthTec is involved in managing several programmes which encourage students to move from secondary school into industry related apprenticeship programmes.
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Adult Community Education (ACE) courses are delivered at 'introductory' level, designed to give you a taste of the subject at hand.
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Be a part of our youth guarantee programme for 2011 and make some life choices for your future.
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Here you will find a range of short-term courses designed to give you the skills you need to further your career.
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