Legal Name: Freedom Institute of Higher Education Limited
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Curriculum and Education Studies
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The strategic purpose of this qualification is to provide the tertiary-higher, community and business sectors with work-ready professional level educational facilitators. Recent developments in tertiary-higher education, community and business organisations require advanced and experienced educational facilitators who possess the practice and research-based capabilities to effect learning of knowledge, knowledge making, social, thinking, practical, technical and interactive skills and personal beliefs, values and attitudes of those who work for or with them.
This qualification can be justified on the grounds it addresses new and more complex learning needs in nationally and internationally in diverse tertiary-higher, community and business organisations. The qualification is unique in providing educational facilitation advanced capabilities identified by tertiary-higher education, community and business employers as essential to supporting and accelerating learning such as: understandings of current adult learning, theories and practices, facilitation, assessment and moderation, advanced educational facilitation practices, and quality educational and learning related planning suited to diverse professional staff including those highly educated and experienced in their specific fields and disciplines.
The qualification is designed for mature and experienced learners with an interest and experience of the learning-teaching sector who wish to advanced their career and professional capabilities as a professional educational facilitator. This qualification will contribute to the diverse and complex national and international tertiary-higher, community and business sectors by supporting transformative learning that will increase the effectiveness and quality of current learning in the tertiary-higher education, community and business sectors. The benefactors of this qualification will be the national and international tertiary-higher education and community and business sector organisations and their diverse stakeholders.
Graduates of the programme will achieve a professional educational facilitator capable of creating and implementing learning programmes for diverse, complex and high level learners and tertiary-higher, community and business organisations to support learning and organisational outcomes.
The strategic purpose of this qualification is to provide the public, private, community and business sectors with work-ready and professional educational facilitators capable of optimising knowledge, skill and personal characteristics in who work for them to meet rising national and international organisational capability needs.
Graduates with this qualification will be able to identify and demonstrate some of the facilitation and coaching knowledge and skills required to contribute to quality learning outcomes in a range of education, learning and other related contexts.
Graduates will acquire the following personal, interactive and specific attributes:
* be flexible
* have a balanced theoretical and practical perspective
* have skills of analysis, and problem solving
* have inquiry, and practical problem solving skills
* be able to practice safely
* have integrity and equity orientation
* have an understanding of the principles of partnership inherent in the Treaty of Waitangi and be able to ensure that their professional practice is reflective of these principles
* be able to effectively participate in a team; evaluate and solve problems
* be empathetic and sensitive to gender, ability, age, and ethnicity
* be able to demonstrate effective oral, practical and written skills
* positively and constructively evaluate and critique their own performance
* provide a professional higher education curriculum design or quality assurance system participant
* have knowledge of the significance and purpose of quality higher education (or other) sector curriculum design and quality assurance components
* have the knowledge, and skills to plan and design components in a quality assurance system, for a range of settings
* have knowledge of and be able to apply appropriately select and relate facilitation, assessment and moderation approaches for a higher education (or other) educational sector curriculum design
* have knowledge and experience of designing and developing educational quality assurance system components
This programme leads to the Graduate Diploma in Educational Facilitation (120 Cr)
This qualificationleads to employment as an professional tertiary-higher education or business sector adult educator, facilitator, teacher, lecturer, trainer, people developer, moderator, learning and development leader, mentor, coach, learning advisor, capability developer, facilitative leader and manager
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 NZCDI Graduate Certificate in Educational Facilitation for 2015: 0, 2016: 0, 2017: 0 and 2018: 0
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