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This course aims to provide people with comprehensive knowledge and skills required for Home/Residential healthcare, and for healthcare delivery to patients and clients in accordance with Tikanga Maori. The course aims to assist people to develop management expertise in the service activities of welfare and community service agencies. The course is designed for people intending to progress to specialist healthcare disciplines or to seek qualifications at higher levels.
Applicants may be required to participate in an interview. Final acceptance into the course is subject to the approval of the Principal. Completion of the Diploma in Healthcare Studies Level 5 is a prerequisite to advance into year two of this programme.
For domestic applicants – NCEA (Level 2), or applicants who have achieved a total of 80 credits of which 60 credits are at level 2 or above. Adults over the age of 20 years who do not have the minimum entry requirements may be admitted subject to an interview and final approval of the Principal.
For international applicants or applicants who have English as second language, requirements include a demonstrated competence in English either by achieving a minimum of 8 NCEA literacy credits at level 2 or higher in English (4 credits must be in reading and 4 credits must be in writing), or an IELTS test result of at least 6.0 or equivalent – either gained outside of AGI or passing the prescribed internal language test available and supervised and assessed under IELTS conditions.
Applicants with English language proficiency of IELTS 5.0 with no band lower than 5.0 may be considered for provisional entry based on their individual records only with full participation in a compulsory language support program for a minimum one semester period.
Graduates will have an extensive knowledge and skills across key elements of Home/Residential healthcare, including the delivery of healthcare to patients and clients in accordance with Tikanga Maori. Graduates will be capable in managing in welfare and community healthcare service agencies, and have a comprehensive knowledge of healthcare that can be used to seek employment in the healthcare sector, or further study opportunities. This course does not lead to registration as a nurse in New Zealand.
Work-based practical demonstrations and classroom based written and practical demonstrations.
Face to face Lecturing, workshop, training room, practical work placement.
Dementia care, workplace health and safety, Maori health care for the elderly, communication and management in the workplace, and providing support to the elderly. Further details are as follows.
Semester One: In Semester One of Healthcare Management Level-6 students will demonstrate muscular – skeletal care and handle people safely in a health or disability setting, and support a person to participate as a member of the community in a health or disability setting and to meet their personal care needs in a health or disability setting. They will be able to communicate information in specified workplace.
They will be able to participate in groups/teams together. Students will be able to co-ordinate planning of the family meeting or whanau hui; the welcome and hospitality for the family meeting or whanau hui. They will be able to respond to loss and grief in a health, disability, or community setting. Students will learn to analyse and explain whakama, mana, kaitiakitanga, colonization and their implications on Hauora outcomes.
Semester Two: In Semester Two of Healthcare Management Level- 6 students will demonstrate knowledge of dementia, person-centered care and communication for a person living with dementia. They will learn to provide person- centered care when supporting a person living with dementia. They will demonstrate knowledge of effects of dementia and how to manage them, for those caring for a person living with dementia.
Students will be able to implement a health & safely plan for a workplace. They will research & analyze Maori health in Aotearoa from 1919 to the present day & Hauora methods of conflict. Students will learn about the development of management theories & functions, social responsibilities & work ethics. Students will develop competence in problem solving, decision making & delegation of duties in healthcare organization. They will learn about management communication,motivation& anagement changes.
Semester Three: In Semester 3 of Healthcare Management Level-6 students will learn how to facilitate alternative care placements, contribute to care of people in a residential setting, and discharge of residents from residential care. Students will be able to assist people to resettle in the community following residential care; they will demonstrate knowledge for support for people living with dementia when their behavior presents challenges. Students will integrate theory and practice in social work and also develop systems for occupational in Health and Safety Management.
Semester Four: In Semester 4 of Healthcare Management Level -6 students will learn how to identify and access sources of information; analyze information; develop programme strategies to reduce the incidence and severity of work- related injury and illness. They will be able to evaluate actions and programme; identify and locate resources adequate for the programme. They will learn about the relationship between leadership, management and followership. They will learn how to create an environment of leadership and organizational effectiveness in a healthcare organization. Students will develop competence in the application of management skills, knowledge and attitudes. They will learn how to manage teams and will undertake research projects in their dairy healthcare practice.
Fee Protection :
All the tuition fees are to be paid in New Zealand dollars (NZ$).Make your remittance payable to:
Auckland Goldstar Institute Ltd. PO Box 7652 , Wellesley Street , Auckland, New Zealand
Send your money directly to:
Auckland Goldstar Institute Ltd. Public Trust Account, Bank of New Zealand North End Branch ,Wellington , Account NO.: 02-0536-0305865-01, Swift code: bknznz22
The fees are held in trust account until eight days after you commence the course. Students can contact the Trustee of Auckland Goldstar Institute of Education on the details below : Public Trust Office 0800 371 471
Phone:+64 9 379 6628 Fax:+64 9 309 1189 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
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