Build basic academic skills in literacy, academic study, communication, numeracy and IT.
Develop the academic skills to pathway to higher level Community and Social Work programmes.
To provide students with the skills and knowledge to work with clients who have mental health and addictions needs.
Take a whānau-centred approach to support well-being.
Our degree programme is aimed at preparing you for the workplace and has a focus on how to practice in a culturally safe manner, being critically reflective and maintaining self-care strategies including ongoing professional supervision.