Ntec - National Tertiary Education Consortium

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Welcome To Ntec

Welcome to the National Tertiary Education Consortium (Ntec). Ntec consists of four tertiary providers, which are all registered with and accredited by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA):

  • Concordia Institute of Business (CIB)
  • National Technology Institute (NTI)
  • National Institute of Education (NIE)
  • The College of Future Learning NZ (FutureCOL)

Ntec is structured so all schools within the integrated organisation operate with common directors under a common quality management system, adhere to common values and operate from the same campuses across different locations where Ntec schools deliver programmes.

Students at Ntec are prepared for careers in accounting, business, computing, cookery, counselling, hospitality, health services and workplace training. Concordia’s English Academy offers a wide range of English programmes, including general, business, academic, IELTS and TESOL (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages), and Ntec also runs short hospitality courses.

The main Ntec campus is in the Auckland CBD, and we also have campuses in Christchurch, Tauranga, and Hastings. Each campus is located in the city centre and has easy access to public transport, libraries, shopping centres and food outlets.

Ntec has a reputation for being friendly, caring, and welcoming, and has a multi-cultural staff with wide experience in education for international students. Tutors, counsellors and support staff are happy to mentor students and give guidance to help them get the most out of their study and to reach their full potential.

The Ntec schools are high-performing, good quality education providers, and this is reflected in their NZQA (New Zealand Qualifications Authority) external evaluation and review reports. Three of the schools – Concordia, National Technology Institute and the College of Future Learning NZ – have the highest possible rating of Category One, which means that NZQA is “highly confident” in their educational performance.

Vision, Mission and Values

This school offers programs in:
  • English

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Kursus

Course: General English

Campus Sepenuh masa Pendaftaran Terbuka New Zealand Auckland

You will be exposed to relevant learning that meets your needs. In all our levels you will work on the development of internationally recognised learning outcomes drawn from the NZQA framework. [+]

Course: General English Programme Delivery Concordia Institute of Business in Auckland. Programme Aim You will be exposed to relevant learning that meets your needs. In all our levels you will work on the development of internationally recognised learning outcomes drawn from the NZQA framework and Common European Framework. This means you will be producing the language expected of a learner at your level and equally importantly you will be using language that is relevant and authentic. Your progress will be constantly monitored and assessed so that you have an objective measure of your on-going progress. Starter Level Students studying in the Starter class will learn familiar, everyday expressions and very basic phrases. Students will learn how to introduce themselves and others and how to ask and answer questions about personal information, such as: Where he/she lives (e.g., “Where do you live? I live in New Zealand.“) People he/she knows (e.g., “What’s her name? Her name is Sara. She’s my sister.“) Things he/she has (e.g., “Do you have a pen? No, I don’t.“) Students finishing the Starter level will be able to communicate in a simple way with a speaking partner who talks slowly and clearly and is ready to help. Topics Students in the Starter class will study topics such as: numbers and plural nouns countries jobs personal information family and friends sports, etc. Elementary Level Students studying in the Elementary class will learn expressions related to themselves and their lives, including: Very basic personal and family information Shopping Places in town Work Additionally, they will be able to communicate in a basic way about everyday situations. Students completing the Elementary level will be able to describe in simple terms aspects of his/her past, home and surroundings, and personal needs. Topics The range of topics covered in the Elementary class includes things like: Plural nouns Countries Jobs Personal information and routines Everyday objects and activities Family and friends, etc. Pre-Intermediate Level Students studying in the Pre-Intermediate class will: Learn how to understand the main points of reading and listening activities on familiar and less familiar situations such as work, school, free time, etc. Be able to have a limited interaction with native speakers, though there may be some difficulty for both the student and the native speaker. Additionally, the class focuses on writing, to allow students to write about a range of familiar and less-familiar subjects. Students completing the Pre-Intermediate level will be able to clearly describe experiences and events, plans and ambitions and give simple explanations for opinions and plans. Topics The range of topics covered in the Elementary class includes such things as: leisure activities feelings daily routines and habits hobbies and interests dates, holidays and other special occasions physical and mental qualities and characteristics hopes and dreams, etc. Intermediate Level Students studying at the Intermediate level will learn how to: Understand the main points of reading and listening activities on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure etc. Be able to deal with most situations likely to arise whilst travelling in an area where English is spoken. The focus on writing will allow students to produce simple connected writing on topics which are familiar or personally important/interesting. Students completing the Intermediate level will be able to describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes and ambitions and briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans. Topics The range of topics covered in the Intermediate class includes such things as Everyday activities Memories Personal qualities and characteristics Society and social behavior Technology Story-telling, etc. Upper Intermediate Level Students studying at the Upper Intermediate level will learn how to Understand the main ideas of complex writing and/or listening activities on both concrete and abstract topics, including technical discussions in the learner’s areas of expertise. Be able to interact with a degree of fluency that makes regular interaction with native speakers quite possible without difficulty for either party. The focus on writing will allow learners to produce clear, detailed writing on a wide range of subjects and explain a viewpoint on a topical issue giving the advantages and disadvantages of various options. Topics The range of topics covered in the Upper Intermediate class includes such things as past and present adventure the mind achievement events and celebrations, etc. Advanced Students studying at the Advanced level will learn how to: Understand the main ideas of complex reading and writing activities on a wide range of topics with a high level of precision and independence. Be able to communicate with a degree of fluency, spontaneity and elaboration that makes interaction with native speakers possible without difficulty for either person. The focus on writing will allow students to write a range of text types, according to audience and purpose. Additionally, students will be able to research, process and evaluate information, and writing produced will be coherent, with few errors. Topics The range of topics covered in the Advanced class includes such things as global culture emotions idioms social interaction mind, body and spirit modern lifestyles, etc. A variety of textbooks are used, including Pearson New Total English, Oxford New Headway, and Pearson Cutting Edge. Students receive a copy of the newest edition of the textbook used, so that the topics are presented in an up-to-date, modern way. Intakes Intake dates: every Monday [-]

Diploma

Diploma in Business Accounting Level 7

Campus Sepenuh masa March 2017 New Zealand Auckland

The Diploma in Business Accounting Level 7 is intended for people with no prior qualifications or experience in the area of accounting and finance. [+]

Diploma in Business Accounting Level 7 Programme Delivery Concordia Institute of Business in Auckland. Programme Aim The Diploma in Business Accounting Level 7 is intended for people with no prior qualifications or experience in the area of accounting and finance and who wish to acquire knowledge and skills to pursue accounting roles within the industry or for further studies. The programme of study prepares graduates for entry level professional positions in applied accounting and financial management, or for further studies at a bachelor level in accounting and finance. The programme also prepares graduates for the fundamental level modules of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) qualification. Programme Outcomes On completion of this qualification, graduates will be able to demonstrate an in-depth understanding, knowledge and skills in accounting and finance especially in the areas of: Taxation Financial Management and Reporting Audit and Assurance with a sound understanding of the required ethics and professionalism. Graduates will demonstrate an understanding of the current accounting practices and trends in the industry. With this qualification, graduates will also gain the necessary knowledge and skills to understand the role of accounting and finance in the overall business context and function competently in professional positions in this area. The qualification can lead to further study in this area at a bachelor level or direct employment into the workforce. Programme Entry Criteria A candidate for admission to this programme of study shall: Have attained the age of 18 years at the time of admission; and Have successfully completed a Diploma Level 5 in business or related areas; or equivalent; and/or appropriate related work experience. International students must have an IELTS academic band of 6.0 overall; or equivalent in an internationally recognised English Language Test. Duration Two years full time – Cross credits would be given to students who have completed any modules of ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants). Intakes Intakes in 2015: 8 January, 26 February, 26 March, 28 May, 18 June, 20 August, 10 September [-]

Diploma in Business Level 7

Campus Sepenuh masa March 2017 New Zealand Auckland Hastings Tauranga Christchurch + 3 lagi

This qualification is designed for students who wish to enhance their careers with advanced managerial knowledge and skills in various business fields. [+]

Diploma in Business Level 7 Programme Delivery Concordia Institute of Business in Auckland and National Institute of Education in Auckland, Tauranga, Hastings and Christchurch Programme Aim This qualification is designed for students who wish to enhance their careers with advanced managerial knowledge and skills in various business fields, or who wish to continue with graduate level studies in the field of management and business after completing foundation and/or intermediate level studies. The qualification allows the community, employers and educational organizations to recognize the ability of the graduates to contribute positively to the growth of local businesses and enterprises in a wide range of industry sectors in the New Zealand economy. Programme outcome Graduates will have the skills required to integrate into New Zealand organisations and contribute confidently within a range of organisational frameworks and functions. They will be able to: demonstrate an in-depth understanding of concepts academic theories and models underpinning: strategic management accounting and finance business communication marketing management organisational change: examine industry and organisational issues across not-for-profit commercial global organisations Small and Medium Enterprises (SME:) think critically and systematically about business problems and issues and propose solutions manage and complete a business project and report utilising concepts previously covered within the programme analyse and make recommendations in respect of business problems through submission of a project report. Employment Opportunities Many graduates go into managerial and administrative roles in both the public and private sectors, depending on their chosen specialisations. Others use the programme as a bridge into postgraduate study. Programme Content Organisational Change Strategic Management Accounting and Finance for Managers Principles of Marketing Management Business Communication Business Project Pathways Graduates of this qualification may undertake further study towards degree programmes across a number of business disciplines or towards professional qualifications at a range of tertiary institutions both in New Zealand and abroad. International students who are enrolling for Concordia’s Diploma in Business Level 7 have the opportunity to concurrently complete the University of Northampton’s BA (Hons) Business and Management (Final Year) in one year. Admission Criteria Applications are welcome from students with an HND (Edexcel, ABE, NCC) or Foundation Degree in Business, New Zealand Diploma in Business, or equivalent. If English is not your first language you must provide evidence that you will be able to study at degree level English. You will be required to show that your use of English is equivalent to IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL 550/213. Duration 1 Year. Intakes Intakes in 2015: 8 January, 26 February, 26 March, 28 May, 18 June, 20 August, 10 September, 19 November [-]

Graduate Diploma in Information Technology Level 7

Campus Sepenuh masa March 2017 New Zealand Auckland

The GradDipIT has been developed to deliver what high growth IT and entrepreneurial companies want and need: students with qualifications, experience, and the personal and communication skills needed for employment. [+]

Graduate Diploma in Information Technology Level 7 IT GRADUATES WHO MAKE A DIFFERENCE Programme Options Standard GradDipIT (no specialisation) Internet Development and Digital Media specialisation Mobile and Pervasive Technologies specialisation “How do I get a job without experience and how do I get experience without a job?” The GradDipIT addresses this catch-22 for both employers and students. The GradDipIT has been developed to deliver what high growth IT and entrepreneurial companies want and need: students with qualifications experience the personal and communication skills needed for employment. The GradDipIT is for highly motivated students on a mission. They are already educated with a first degree, are committed to learning and have a strong motivation to become part of the ever growing ICT industry. Experience in an IT environment is integrated into the programme, culminating in the final 15 weeks with the industry project. Programme STRUCTURE AND Delivery: The GradDipIT is uniquely designed to provide an integrated approach to developing expertise as an IT Professional. Individual subjects taught are important, but more important is the way in which the subjects are integrated and interrelated through the Systems Development Integration courses that are held each term (SDI 1, SDI 2 and SDI 3). Right from the beginning of the programme students experience the systems development process and learn to integrate and build on the other two papers presented each term. This ensures that students are very well prepared for their industry project. Duration 1 year Intakes 2015: 26 Mar, 28 May, 18 Jun, 20 Aug, 10 Sep, 19 Nov Programme Content Core Papers Systems Development Integration 1, 2, 3 Industry Project Standard GradDipIT (no specialisation) Programming 1: C# or Java Programming 2: C# or Java Database Design and Development Networking and Operating Systems Internet Development and Digital Media specialisation Information Architecture & Web Human Computer Interaction Interactive Multimedia and Animation Internet Programming Digital Media Mobile and Pervasive Technologies specialisation Mobile Human Computer Interaction Mobile Platforms Mobile Programming Ubiquitous Computing Eentry requirements At least 18 years of age For the standard programme, must have completed a bachelor’s degree or other qualification at Level 7 or above For either specialisation, must have completed an IT related bachelor’s degree or equivalent or have IT experience in the chosen specialisation IELTS level 6.0 (Academic) with no band less than 6.0, or the equivalent level of English Career OPPORTUNITIES Upon graduation, students will be eligible for positions ranging from entry level to more senior positions, depending on experience: Project Manager Software Architect Software Developer Website Administrator Network Engineer [-]

National Diploma in Hospitality (Operational Management) Level 5

Campus Sepenuh masa March 2017 New Zealand Auckland

This qualification is intended for people with prior experience in hospitality, who wish to acquire the knowledge and skills to manage a business unit within a large hospitality enterprise. [+]

National Diploma in Hospitality (Operational Management) Level 5 Programme Delivery: National Technology Institute in Auckland. This qualification is intended for people with prior experience in hospitality, who wish to acquire the knowledge and skills to manage a business unit within a large hospitality enterprise. People currently working in general management positions in the hospitality industry and who wish to have their knowledge and skills recognised are advised to consider the attainment of the National Diploma in Hospitality (Operational Management) Level 5. Duration 1 year. Programme Content The core syllabus of this qualification covers the areas of: Developing and coordinating people Supervisory management Staff training and assessment Hospitality operations Hospitality management control systems Purchasing and stores management Regional cuisine and gastronomy The programme is made up of New Zealand Qualifications Authority unit standards, delivering theoretical knowledge and developing hands-on skills in the following areas: Commercial accommodation management Hospitality facility utilisation Licensed premises management Pathways The qualification provides students with pathways to various higher level qualifications at institutes both within New Zealand as well as in Australia and Switzerland. Entry Requirements 18 years of age or over (international students). Relevant hospitality experience. Applicants may be subject to an interview. Domestic students are required to have 8 credits in English at NCEA Level 2. International students require IELTS 5.5 with no band less than 5.0 (Academic) or the equivalent level of English. Career Profiles National Diploma in Hospitality (Operational Management) Level 5 provides graduates with the skills to advance their careers in operational management positions in the hospitality industry. Intakes in 2015: 8 January, 26 February, 26 March, 28 May, 18 June, 20 August, 10 September [-]