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Extend your knowledge by taking individual papers to get new skills for your work, your next job and what really interests you.

Here is a selection of what's avaliable, and you can ask at the Information Centre to see if other papers are offered.

If this sounds like you, print and fill in the enrolment form below, and drop it in to one of our Information Centres, or pop in and see us.


Information Management (15 credits)
Manawatū campus  
Dates: 23 July - 26 November 2019
Classes: Tuesday 10am - 5pm 

This course will provide you with the essential knowledge to provide high calibre information management solutions.


Media Design and Development (15 credits)
Manawatū campus  
Dates: 22 July - 28 November 2019
Classes: Monday 10am - 12pm & Thursday 1pm - 3pm 

Learn about basic website development and design.


Software Design and Development (15 credits)
Manawatū campus  
Dates: 24 July - 28 November 2019
Classes: Wednesday 1pm - 3pm & Thursday 10am - 12pm

Learn the skills and confidence to develop basic software applications and understand requirements when selecting software support.


Project Management (15 credits)
Manawatū campus  
Dates: 23 July - 28 November 2019
Classes: Tuesday 9am - 10am  & Thursday 10am - 12pm

Learn the basic principles and terminology of the profession of project  management,  and  apply  this  to  create  project  plans.  You'll  also  be  given  a  brief introduction to using project management.


Financial Data (10 credits)
Manawatū campus  
Dates: 22 July - 16 September 2019
Classes: Monday 9am - 3pm

Whanganui campus  
Dates: 24 July - 19 September 2019
Classes:  Wednesday 12pm - 3pm & Thursday 12pm - 3pm

Learn to process financial data and produce business information to meet a business' operational demands.


Advanced Project Management (15 credits)
Manawatū campus  
Dates: 23 July - 25 November 2019
Classes: Monday 1pm - 3pm

Learn the principles of the Project Management Body of Knowledge and how it is applied and evaluated  in the workplace.


Introduction to Accounting and Taxation (15 credits)
Manawatū campus  
Dates: 24 July - 29 November 2019
Classes: Wednesday 3pm - 5pm & Friday 8am - 10am

Learn to apply accounting concepts and standards to prepare financial statements for businesses, and apply tax rules.


Applied Accounting (15 credits)
Manawatū campus  
Dates: 25 July - 29 November 2019
Classes: Thursday 8am - 10am & Friday 1pm - 3pm

Learn to record and process a wide range of financial transactions manually, as well as using software. 


Analysis of Financial Information (15 credits)
Manawatū campus  
Dates: 24 July - 27 November 2019
Classes: Wednesday 9am - 12pm

Learn to calculate, analyse and interpret financial information to inform decision making for a business, and evaluate debtor risk. 


Operations Management and Compliance (15 credits)
Manawatū campus  
Dates: 25 July - 29 November 2019
Classes: Thursday 3pm - 5pm & Friday 10am - 12pm

Learn to apply techniques to improve operational management and compliance.


Operations Management (15 credits)
Manawatū campus  
Dates: 22 July - 27 November 2019
Classes: Thursday 1pm - 3pm & Wednesday 8am - 10am

Develop an understanding of the concepts and analytical methods that go into transforming inputs, such as people and resources,  into completed goods and services. 


Intermediate Management Accounting (15 credits)
Manawatū campus  
Dates: 22 July - 29 November 2019
Classes: Monday 12pm - 2pm & Friday 10am - 12pm

Learn advanced techniques and skills to be able to provide and evaluate accounting information, including its behavioural implications and contribution to organisational success.

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