NZ Certificate in Health and Wellbeing (Support Work Strand) (Level 3)
Fees:
No Fees under TTAF*
Duration:
23 weeks full-time and 47 weeks part-time
Who can apply:
18 years & above , NZ Citizen / Resident visa holders
Campus:
Royal Oak , Manukau
Next Intake:
Contact us for more details
Highlights of the programme

Make a valuable difference in people’s lives in this FREE programme. You have the choice of studying part-time or full-time. 

You can gain a level 3 qualification in 23 weeks full-time. Gain the skills to work under limited supervision as a support worker in a rest home, aged care hospital or community- home care setting. 

Course Fees

This is a FREE programme due to TTAF (Targeted Training and Apprenticeship Fund) by the government in response to Covid-19 recovery. It would usually be $3,603 incl. GST. 

For more information, please click here. 

 

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

Student loans and allowances are available for students who meet the StudyLink criteria. 

Find out if you are eligible by calling StudyLink on Freephone 0800 88 99 00 or visit www.studylink.govt.nz.

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Do you want to improve people’s lives by becoming a support worker?  

You will gain the skills to safely help a person with special care needs while boosting their independence. This programme is for people who have achieved an entry level health qualification at level two or who already have experience working in the health field. Study for 23 weeks full-time or 47 weeks part-time. 

Gain a Level 3 qualification in 23 weeks:

  • NZ Certificate in Health and Wellbeing (Support Work Strand) (Level 3)
  • Qualifications and Experience
  • You will preferably have achieved a foundation health related qualification at level 2  
  • Students without the level 2 qualification will need to have some experience working with others in a health-related context. This may be experience with your whānau, or as a volunteer, or peer support person 
  • Fit and Proper Person Check
  • You will be interviewed to assess your suitability and readiness to work safely with consumers/tangata whai ora in the sector and you will need to give permission for us to complete a police vet 
  • English and Maths ability, and funding
  • You may be required to complete a literacy and numeracy assessment prior to acceptance and all students will be assessed following enrolment 
  • You may also be assessed on your English language speaking and listening skills, if English is your second language 
  • Students will be selected in order of application 
  • TTAF refers to Targeted Training and Apprenticeship Fund 

 

Options for further study include: 

  • NZ Certificate in Health and Wellbeing (Level 4) (Advanced Support) or 
  • NZ Certificate in Health and Wellbeing (Level 4) (Social and Community Services) 

Graduates of this programme will be capable of working under limited supervision under the guidance of health professionals and/or to personal plans in a support worker role in a rest home, aged care hospital or community - home care setting. 

This indicative course fees for this programme are $3,531 incl. GST. However, due to TTAF (Targeted Training and Apprenticeship Fund) by the government in response to Covid-19 recovery, this programme will be free. For more information, please click here.  

Student loans and allowances will be available for those who meet the StudyLink criteria pending NZQA and TEC approval.

Find out if you are eligible by calling StudyLink on Freephone 0800 88 99 00 or visit www.studylink.govt.nz.

* TTAF refers to Targeted Training and Apprenticeship Fund