奥克兰理工大学/Auckland University of Technology
Graduate Diploma in Health Science - Addictions Pathway
- 学费：$31,890 NZD Per Year
- 授课校区：AUT North Campus
- The over-arching goal of the Addictions pathway is to provide students who have completed a relevant undergraduate major, or equivalent, with the knowledge and skills to commence or advance professional practice in addictions in a range of health and social settings in a New Zealand context.
- This pathway would suit anyone who wants to be more skilled in recognising and working with clients who present with a number of issues including addictions.
- The pathway has been developed to meet national addiction workforce standards and is taught in ‘blocks' of time to better suit those students in the workforce.
- If you want to use the Addictions pathway to register as a practitioner with DAPAANZ (Drug and Alcohol Practitioners' Association of NZ) you will also need to hold an applied bachelor's degree in nursing, psychology, social work, medicine, counselling or closely similar. Applied in this context is defined as comprising a significant component of assessed clinical practice within the learning programme (equivalent to at least 120 hours practicum).
- HPRM705 Tobacco Control
- PSYC711 Assessment and Intervention in Addiction
- PSYC712 Professional Practice in Addictions
- PSYC713 Gambling Studies
- PSYC714 Drug and Alcohol Studies
- Addiction treatment
- Justice sector
- District health
- Public health
- Problem gambling
- Smoking cessation
- Mental health
The Graduate Diploma in Health Science is designed for people without a degree, but with considerable professional experience in health, sport or recreation who wish to obtain a qualification in their field. The graduate is also suitable for prospective students who hold a degree in another discipline but do not meet the postgraduate study entry criteria.
Addiction is a complex problem that affects the physical and mental health of individuals and their families and impacts on the wider social environment. There is an increasing demand in the mental health and addictions workforce for staff who are co-existing problems (CEP) ‘capable'. They can undertake screening and brief interventions wherever the client presents.
AUT's Addictions pathway in the Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma in Health Science equips students with the knowledge and skills to work effectively with people who have substance use and/or gambling related problems in a range of settings.
Who would the Addictions pathway suit?
The following papers are offered in the Addictions pathway of the Graduate Diploma in Health Science:
In order for students to be considered for DAPAANZ registration they will need to complete PSYC714 Drug and Alcohol Studies and PSYC711 Assessment and Intervention, and have an applied health or social science degree.
The Gambling paper also offers a ‘distance learning’ option
Addiction support workers or counsellors in non-governmental organisations (NGO) associated with:
Applicants must have completed a bachelors degree or a relevant professional qualification or experience approved by the dean (or representative) to be equivalent to a bachelors degree. An applicant seeking admission solely on the basis of their professional experience must have worked a minimum of three years in addictions or a related field and provide evidence of their ability to study at level 7.
English Language requirements:
Minimum IELTS (Academic) score of 6.5 overall with all bands 6.0 or higher; TOEFL iBT score of 90; Certificate in English for Academic Study (CertEAS) with A grade; GIE with B+ grade; CAE minimum overall score of 176; PTE minimum overall score of 58.
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