Last updated: 23 April 2020
As it is 5 years since the New Zealand Certificate in Public Health and Health Promotion (Level 5) was approved, NZQA requires a review of the qualification to be carried out.
Following consultation with stakeholders very few changes appear to be required. The main changes are due to changed NZQA requirements.
- In NZQA’s revised template some sections have been rearranged and headings are now in English and Māori.
- ‘Guidance information’ that was included in the previous version of the qualification document is no longer allowed to be included, so key features have been incorporated into the re-worded graduate outcome statements.
- The graduate outcomes have been amended to meet NZQA’s current requirements and to reflect aspects that were previously included as conditions.
We thank all stakeholders who participated in the review. We are now preparing to submit all required documents to NZQA for approval.
Please have a read of the full draft Qualification Document, Summary of changes and Guidance Notes.
For questions, or if you want to discuss any aspects of the review, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.