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Here at NMIT, there are a number of options at different levels to gain extra skills. You can do this study around your work.
Gain the skills to take you further in your career, to help you be more successful in your current role, or to grow your mind.
Postgraduate Certificate in Professional Supervision
This programme is suitable for any industry. It is studied part time, alongside your work, with facilitated workshop sessions and you will complete the programme in one year. Come along to a lunch time taster session.
Master of Applied Management
This can be studied full time or part time, fully online or on our Nelson campus or a combination of both. There are a wide variety of courses available as part of this qualification including Māori Management and Leadership, Leadership and Managing Talent, and Managing Transformation.
New Zealand Diploma in Business (Leadership and Management)
This programme can be studied fully online with flexible start dates or at our Nelson or Marlborough campuses or a combination of both.
New Zealand Certificate in Business (First Line Management)
This programme is studied online with flexible start dates or can be done via workshops and evening classes. We can tailor this one to suit your workplace.
New Zealand Certificate in Business (Introduction to Team Leadership)
This programme is studied online with flexible start dates or can be done online with supported workshops.
New Zealand Certificate in Project Management
This programme is studied online with flexible start dates.
Bachelor of Career Development
If you are working in the career coaching field, you could get Recognition for Academic Credit and complete this degree in less than three years. This programme is primarily studied online with two workshops in the year.
Improve your Te Reo
Take night classes or day classes to improve your Te Reo skills
If you are working internationally with China:
Take a short course in the evening to improve your Chinese language skills.
Need help getting the most from Microsoft Excel?
Take a short evening course to reduce your frustrations.