The purpose of this qualification is to provide Aotearoa New Zealand with graduates who can protect and advocate for children.
Graduates will be able to speak out and take action to promote safety and wellbeing of children and a culture of child protection, and will be empowered to take a leadership role to advocate for children in situations where an organisation, community or societal response is required.
This qualification is designed for people who are working in or intending to enter into roles that affect children.
The Diploma is made up of 6 one-week blocks (Monday - Friday). Block 1 includes a 3 day stay on a Marae. Eight practical assignments - self directed learning.
Spaces are still available in Christchurch for this year's Diploma. The Auckland course is full.
Submitted on Tue, 2019-02-05 09:52