Liz MacKenzie, Bachelor of Nursing Graduate
I want to make a difference in people's lives, help them to empower themselves to as independently as possible manage their health. EIT Tairawhiti (Gisborne) gives those of us with ties to the region the opportunity to improve our lifestyle without moving cities. The EIT staff are amazing - just take a leap of faith and make the application!
I started working at EIT in 1990 and worked for several years as the IT Services Manager. Later, I joined the computing school, teaching on the Bachelor of Computing Systems when it launched at EIT in 2000. My teaching currently includes IT Management and E-Business on the BCS degree and Strategic IT Management on EIT's new postgraduate Diploma of IT.
Course resources and activities are offered through EIT’s Learning Management System called EIT Online. EIT Online can be accessed anywhere via the Internet. Check the requirements to see what you might need to study a Blended or Online programme at EIT.
Suggested computer requirements:
- Desktop or laptop computer not older than 5 years
- Broadband Internet connection
- Software as required (see programme information for details)
- Word processing
- Basic computer troubleshooting
- Internet searching
Bachelor of Nursing now with Blended Delivery
EIT’s Bachelor of Nursing degree is offered in a “blended delivery” mode which captures the best of technology, the expertise of lecturers and practical clinical experience. Students engage in face-to-face teaching and learning in classrooms, labs and in clinical settings, but also are supported in their learning by high-quality on-line materials and activities that enable them to study off-campus, review lectures readily, and receive guidance and answers to questions online, in class and in practicum settings.
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