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This qualification is an entry level qualification intended for people who require specialised support with their learning. They are people with learning disabilities, including those with an intellectual disability.
Graduates will be able to self-manage participation in social, cultural, family/whanau and community contexts, with supervision and/or be encouraged to seek further skills and knowledge to improve their educational and employment pathway.
There is an optional strand for those candidates who wish to gain specific skills and knowledge required for the workplace.
This qualification recognises the aspirations and cultural identities of the disabled communities, and that of Maori and Pasifika.
This qualification allows the Aotearoa New Zealand community, employers and educational institutions to recognise the graduate's potential to enhance their participation in the community, as a contributing citizen.
Graduates of this qualification will be able to:
- Demonstrate self-management of day to day living situations
- Maintain personal safety, health and well-being.
- Participate and interact in everyday situations.
- Participate in planning a future pathway to achieve personal goals.
- Apply problem-solving strategies to resolve day to day issues.
- Apply literacy and numeracy skills required for day to day living
Graduates of the Outcomes for Skills for Working strand will also be able to:
- Apply basic skills required to plan a work pathway
- Apply basic skills and practices required to carry out tasks in a work context.
- Act in accordance with the basic rights, responsibilities and requirements needed for work.
This qualification may lead to:
-New Zealand Certificate in Foundation Skills (Level 1)
or other qualifications on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework at levels one and two.
Graduates of this qualification with the optional strand in Skills for Working will have the skills and knowledge to work in a structured context, with supervision.
Information in this section is provided by Tertiary Education Commission and s updated on a regular basis. If this information is incorrect, please contact TEC to update it. Information below only relates to Domestic Students.
Total Enrolments for New Zealand Certificate in Skills for Living for Supported Learners for 2015: 0, 2016: 0, 2017: 0 and 2018: 18
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Gender Distribution by Year
Sorry, there are no enrolment records for this course in 2016
Sorry, there are no enrolment records for this course in 2017