The EIT | Te Pūkenga Strategic Financial Management short course is perfect for those who work in management and want to broaden their career options by adding financial management to their current skills set.
The course involves approximately one hour per day of study over four and a half months; comprising online self-study, a weekly online Microsoft Teams session and two half day workshops.
You will learn to use advanced financial tools to identify and critically analyse financial opportunities and risks in organisations to support strategic decision-making and to create value for your organisation.
This course will have broad appeal, including appeal to people who may not have an undergraduate degree but have significant industry experience. An undergraduate degree is not necessary if participants have significant work experience (this does not need to be in finance).
Who is eligible to enrol?
Anyone who has:
- Significant industry experience (this does not need to be in finance); or
- An NZQF-listed undergraduate degree (or equivalent).
NB. Part-time study is only available to domestic students.
Length: 6 months
Level: This course is Level 8
Delivery: Delivery of this course is a combination of online self-study, a weekly online session and two half day workshops (timing to suit participants).
Overall, participants will need to commit 7-10 hours per week, with a total commitment of approximately 150 hours (including self-study, Microsoft Teams sessions, workshops and assessment preparation).
Dates: To be confirmed
Venue: The workshops will take place at a time and location to suit course participants. It is likely we will hold workshops at each of our campuses, depending on enrolment.
To secure your place contact Karushka Essop today or click the Enrol Now button!
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone: 09 979 9409
Unit standards based assessment has become common in the workplace. Upon completion of this short course successful candidates will be able to plan and conduct assessment of people gathering evidence for their own unit standards based awards. This short course will be fully interactive with day one and two covering assessment principles and assessing unit standards.
Who Can Benefit?
People who need to be able to assess unit standards in the workplace must have this qualification. Any organisation undertaking unit standard based assessment in the workplace needs qualified assessors.
- Understand the concept and common form of unit standards;
- The meaning of competence in the context of unit standards;
- Assessment and the range of assessment activities available;
- Rules and features of evidence for unit standards;
- Planning, undertaking assessment;
- NZQA US 4098.
NB. Please provide a verified copy of your passport or birth certificate when enrolling.
Parking and Catering
Meter parking ($2.00 per day) is normally available on campus.
Free overflow parking is also available adjacent to Pettigrew Green Arena. Morning and afternoon tea will be served as appropriate. A light lunch will be provided; please indicate any special dietary requirements.
Tutor Richard Walford
Richard Walford is an inspiring, experienced teacher and trainer with a particular depth of knowledge in teaching adults.
Duration: Two Days
Dates: To be confirmed
Time: 9.00am – 4.00pm
Venue: EIT | Te Pūkenga Hawke’s Bay, Taradale
To secure your place contact Lorilei Barnett today or click the Enrol Now button!!
Email: email@example.com or Phone: 06 830 1019