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Religious Studies looks at the beliefs, practices and motivations of people of different religions or faiths.
Retail looks at all areas of the industry at the shop level.
A roofing contractor works independently or with a construction firm to repair and replace roofs on residential and commercial buildings
Courses in Rural Technology are related to agriculture and rural skills.
University courses in Samoan are usually centred on language skills – speaking, reading, listening and writing.
Samoan Studies encompasses a lot of different areas including society, economics, politics, culture, music, dance, history, art, language and literature.
Secondary teaching involves training as a secondary school teacher to teach students from age 13-18.
A certificate in Security will teach you how to manage various security breaches including site security, noise control, court security, community security, event...
New Zealand’s spectacular scenery has put us on the map in terms of adventure tourism. Snowsports are a vital component of this international appeal.
Social Health Services is concerned with the health of the wider community. It looks at public health issues in context so that they can be effectively analysed and understood.
Social Policy is the study of how and why social policy is made and its effects in the real world.
Social Work will appeal to those of you who want to make positive changes in the lives of others.
Sociology looks at how people interact in groups and broader social structures, as it is these interactions that are the catalyst for social change.
A Software Developer works across all levels of a new software’s birth. Software Developers design, code and then find inventive ways to test their newly...
Studying Software Engineering will allow you to solve software design and maintenance problems. You will learn the technical expertise to design and apply computer software.
Soil Science looks at the qualities of soil on the earth’s surface.
Studying Spanish at university involves learning how to communicate from beginners to advanced levels.
Speech and Language Therapy courses at university are designed to teach you the skills and techniques to help those that suffer from communication disorders such as stuttering and articulation disorders.
Sport and Exercise Science is concerned with how and why the human body moves.
Interested in keeping fit, exercising or encouraging others to look after themselves?