Issue 23 April 2017, out now!
In this issue:
We’ve got a programme profile on the New Zealand Certificate in Animal Care (Companion Animals/Lifestyle Block Animals). This certificate is a great starting point for any student wanting to learn more about animal care and for students wanting to get into vet nursing, work as a rural animal technician, work in catteries, boarding kennels, pet shops, SPCA and many more options.
The on-site course focus in this edition is the Bachelor of Nursing and the Diploma of Enrolled Nursing. SIT2LRN health science students are successfully transitioning to on-campus learning at SIT’s School of Nursing.
Claire Cameron, Les Heads and Robyn Hill are our SIT2LRN facilitator profiles. Claire is helping the next generation of farmers learn to manage their businesses, while Les uses his personal journey with a workplace illness to give perspective to assisting health and safety practitioners. Robyn’s focus is on creating qualified graduates able to educate and train adults.
Employers are finding that having employees embark on training brings benefits to their business, as explained by the managing director of Tree House, a hospitality and retail training organisation and Jo Seedhouse of the Cornell Institute of Business and Technology.
Tauranga –based mother of twin boys Cynthia Qiu, has swapped a high-flying financial career for full-time parenting and the chance to discover a passion for making memories through photography and film.
Arno Van Heerden is now working towards his third distance learning qualification, the Bachelor of Applied Management, while Andrew Barrett is not letting his busy home and professional life get in the way of furthering his education in Sports Training and Development.
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