This programme provides hands-on learning in science and health. Students will gain knowledge and skills through practical experience in our laboratory and simulation training suites. Some work placements and industry visits are included in this programme.
|Hours:||9.00am – 2.30pm (half hour lunch)|
|Equipment:||Protective clothing and safety equipment is provided if appropriate|
|Travel:||This is provided free, subject to students meeting the MoE requirements|
|Dates:||Thursday 13 February – Friday 13 November 2020 (34 weeks), normal school holidays apply|
|Application:||Students must be enrolled in a secondary school in the Wellington region and be enrolled in the WTA by their secondary school|
|Interview:||Students must attend an interview. We encourage a family member or school representative to attend|
NCEA Level 2 with credit towards Vocational Pathway award.
On successful completion of this course, students will have gained 20 credits (being 13 Level 2 and 7 Level 3 Credits).
A student successfully completing this strand will be able to:
These are all demonstrated in a health and well-being setting
Assessment is competency based against unit standard outcomes and related evidence requirements.
They will follow the processes required by NZQA and relevant industry requirements as outlined by the relevant Industry Training Organisations.
Students will be assessed against the following criteria:
Comprises the following unit standards in 13 Level 2 Credits: 7 Level 3 Credits:
|20826 Describe infection control requirements in a health or well-being setting||2||3||5|
|23451 Describe the role of a support worker in a health or well-being setting||2||5||4|
|28518 Interact with people to provide support in a health or well-being setting||2||5||2|
|28528 Describe and apply a person-centred approach in a health or well-being setting||3||3||2|
28535 Demonstrate knowledge of procedures for infection control in a health or wellbeing setting