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Senior College Open Night
Years 11-13 and all Adult Students
5 September, 6-7.30pm, Hagley Student Centre Cafe
Join us to get all the information you need to make the right choice for next year.
To register for an information pack call 0508HAGLEY
or visit our website at: www.hagley.school.nz
We believe that children thrive in a
settled and structured environment and
parents are often attracted by the
atmosphere of calm cooperation.
The centre's philosophy is entirely
family-focused, existing to support
children and their families -- and
this is perhaps its biggest strength.
The centre values literacy and numeracy
highly, and children aged from
four years are fully transitioned into
school-ready routines, structures and
We provide a balanced, imaginative
and exciting programme for all childre
FOR ALL ENQUIRIES
Contact Sarah/Alison on
347 4474 or email
• Over 2s 1:5 preschool
• Under 2s 1:4 nursery • Fantastic rural outlook
• 27 car parks
We cater for children
from birth to 6 years.
Lincoln Childcare and Pre-school
Lincoln University 325-2287 | email@example.com
We are situated on
Ellesmere Junction Road
and we offer a warm
Feel free to come and visit anytime
to discuss your child's education
We provide excellent child to teacher ratios
We currently have spaces available for both our under 2 and over 2 sides
'Train for a career
The New Zealand Institute of
Sport (NZIS) was established
in 1996 to provide tertiary-
level education for those
students interested in
pursuing a career in the
rapidly growing sport, fitness
and recreation industry.
Our mission is to deliver
high-quality programmes that
provide opportunities for all
our learners, while at the
same time being highly
relevant within the industries
NZIS will work hard to
enhance the personal
employment and sporting
opportunities of learners by
providing a range of proven
holistic and innovative
courses and programmes.
We also lead the tertiary
sector in providing an
effective and culturally
environment that meets the
needs of the individual,
industry, and the wider
community, with a
commitment to Pacific and
Staff are highly qualified in
Like the sites in Auckland
and Wellington, the
Christchurch campus, at 66B
Wharenui Rd in Riccarton,
provides a range of
qualifications dedicated to
the needs of South Island-
based students. This site has
been in operation since 1998,
and in that time, has provided
students with a demanding,
yet supportive, environment
in which they can prepare for
challenging and rewarding
careers in sport.
Courses offered in
Advanced Diploma Exercise
Prescription (Level 6).
Advanced Diploma Sport
Management (Level 6).
Diploma in Sport
Management and Exercise
Prescription (Level 5).
Certificate in Personal
Training (Level 4 ).
Certificate in Sport
Studies (Level 3).
Certificate in Sport and
Recreation (Level 2).
The first year of study, the
NZIS Diploma in Sport
Management and Exercise
Prescription (NZQA Level 5),
ensures that students have
the chance to explore all
aspects of the industry.
In the second year,
students have the
opportunity to specialise in
their area of interest, in a
second Diploma in either
Advanced Sport Management
or Advanced Exercise
Prescription. (both NZQA
The NZIS has contacts in a
wide network of professional
organisations, ensuring that
students are placed in useful
work experience relevant to
their qualification areas.
To register for an
information evening on
September 4, from 6pm, go to
Variety: Rural nursing offers the opportunity
to extend knowledge and skills in a range of
Go rural and thrive
If you visit the Canterbury District Health
Board careers website for nurses, you will
find a wealth of opportunities for everyone,
from new graduates to senior staff.
We have all had some connection with a
major hospital -- whether through injury or
illness ourselves, or to someone we care
about. What we sometimes overlook is that
there are smaller rural hospitals scattered
throughout the region. Of 14 hospitals
spread over seven different districts (26,881
square kilometres), serving more than
510,000 people, there are eight rural
hospitals in Canterbury, the largest being
Generally based out of Ashburton
Hospital, but also covered from some
of the smaller rural hospitals, services
include: general medicine and surgery,
palliative care, maternity services,
gynaecology services, assessment
treatment and rehabilitation services for
the elderly, and long-term care for the
elderly, including specialised dementia
care and diagnostic services.
Also offered are rural community
support services: daycare services, district
nursing, home support, meals on wheels,
and clinical nurse specialist services in
many areas, including respiratory, cardiac,
diabetes, wound care, urology, continence
and stoma therapy.
The Rural Health Service also operates
Tuarangi Home, providing hospital care for
the elderly in Ashburton.
With the focus being on the close-knit
community, rural nurses get tremendous
job satisfaction from caring for the people
in their community, getting to know them
and working with other health
professionals to ensure their community is
looked after. Whether you're on the coast
in Kaikoura or on the plains in Ashburton,
there are opportunities for rural nurses
throughout the Canterbury region, with a
lifestyle to match. Whether an inpatient or
community setting appeals, there is
something for everyone.
No day is the same for a rural nurse.
Nursing in a rural community not only
enables you to see firsthand the care you're
providing, but you will also become a
generalist and specialist all in one.
Working autonomously and often in
isolation means you will extend your
knowledge and skills in all clinical
settings, from chronic to long-term to
maternity care. With the introduction
of a Rural Nursing Diploma, this area of
nursing is now recognised as a specialty
and is fast becoming a popular choice for
What do you need to become a
There are no specific qualifications.
You just need to be registered with
the Nursing Council of New Zealand and be
the holder of an up-to-date annual
There is also a postgraduate course
available at Otago University, covering all
aspects of rural nursing.
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