Computer skills will help you get a job, promotions and earn more money. So why not turn a NO into NOW today by enrolling at EIT for the National Certificate in Computing Level 2? It’s free, flexible and you can start asap. You won't regret it!
If you have little knowledge, skills or experience in computing then this is a great programme to start with. It is based on self-paced workbooks with tutor assistance if required. This programme uses the Microsoft Office suite of software to provide you with foundation computing skills essential for employment and future study.
This certificate's part-time programme provides foundation computing skills designed to give you a base level of computing skills for any industry or work place.
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!
Lee-Anne is the Assistant Head of School and a lecturer within the Sport and Recreation degree and Masters in Health Science. Lee-Anne is also a qualified physiotherapist who has worked both in New Zealand and the United Kingdom primarily in musculoskeletal rehabilitation.
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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