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The primary aim of the Graduate Certificate in Not for Profit Management is to provide New Zealand not for profit managers with the opportunity to develop their skills in their particular field. The programme will develop their knowledge and skills, to achieve organisational goals and contribute to build organisation capacity while demonstrating a values-based approach to managing a not for profit organisation.
The graduate will be:
Knowledgeable about the historical, legal and cultural context, characteristics and contribution of the NFP sector, especially within Aotearoa/New Zealand, and how that reflects in their organisation.
Knowledgeable about the Treaty of Waitangi and skilled in applying its significance for management and leadership within the NFP sector context in Aotearoa/New Zealand.
Lifelong learners and reflective, adaptable, ethical practitioners
Able to analyse, think creatively and practically, to make informed decisions
Skilled in working with stakeholders and strategies to impact organisational effectiveness.
Able to utilise a variety of forms of management skills and knowledge relating to their particular chosen management focus
Able to create and sustain appropriate strategies and process to contribute towards an organisation's mission.
The GCertNPM qualification may be used as a pathway into the GDipNPM programme through opportunities for the cross crediting of individual courses between the Unitec GDipNPM and this GCertNPM. Approval for cross crediting of courses is provided through the appropriate CHS Programme Committee according to cross crediting policies and programme regulations.
Depending on their existing qualifications and experience, graduates from the GCertNPM could go on to study the GDipNPM, Bachelor of Health and Social Development, Bachelor of Social Practice (Community Development), Post Graduate Diploma of Social Practice and Master of Professional Practice.
The GCertNPM qualification, together with the graduate's previous degree (and/or equivalent NFP work experiences) will be an advantage to graduates in seeking employment or progressing their career. The GCertNPM prepares graduates to carry out NFP work in accordance with the relevant best practice NFP knowledge, technical and professional skills. In general, graduates will contribute to their community through their ability to provide informed professional practice in a NFP context.
Students (as per requirement in the programme regulations, see Section 9) are already employed in sector roles to meet the criteria for participation and learning.
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 Graduate Certificate in Not For Profit Management for 2015: 0, 2016: 0, 2017: 0 and 2018: 0
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