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Qualification Title MIT Certificate in Pathways to Tertiary Studies (Level 2)
Qualification Type Certificate
Level 2
Credits 120
Subject Area
  • Mixed Field Programmes » Social Skills Programmes » Life Skills
Strategic Purpose Statement
Graduates from this programme will: 1. Attitudes: have an understanding of the personal attributes, and attitudes required of someone entering further education at level 2 or higher 2. Academic skills: have developed the academic competencies required to confidently enter further education, at level 2 or higher, including language, literacy, digital literacy and numeracy skills 3. Career focus: have experienced a range of employment/study areas to clarify their career and/or study aspirations 4. Self confidence: developed confidence in their ability to succeed in their career/study and positively contribute to society 5. Team work: have an understanding of some of the interpersonal communication skills necessary for effective team work 6. Cultural safety: have a beginning understanding of the importance of interacting with others in a culturally safe and respectful manner, including a basic understanding of Te Tiriti o Waitangi/Treaty of Waitangi 7. Critical Thinking: evaluate and make informed judgements in study and work practice with assistance 8. Reflective practice: appraise their own work practices, attributes and attitudes and adapt and modify as appropriate under guidance 9. Problem solving: solve problems with assistance This profile has been developed to align with The New Zealand Curriculum, Ka Hikitia and Pasifika Education Plan and to be empathetic with many Mâori principles of education, as expressed, for example, in Te Aho Matua o Nga Kura Kaupapa Mâori.
Entry Requirements
Applicants must meet all of the following entry requirements: Be currently enrolled in a secondary school AND Have completed year 10 by the time of commencing this programme AND Be referred by their School Principal AND Be able to demonstr
Developed By Te Pukenga - New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology
Quality Assured By New Zealand Qualifications Authority
Number MN0567
Status Discontinued
Created January 2011
Last Date For Entry February 2018
Discontinued February 2020

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