This programme is taught online. Any block courses for this programme will not be taking place face-to-face and alternative options will be made available when appropriate during any COVID-19 pandemic lock-down periods.
A unique opportunity to gain a postgraduate ECE leadership qualification in collaboration with colleagues from both sides of the Tasman.
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Australian and New Zealand ECE leaders and aspiring leaders share and co-construct leadership knowledge from experience in the two similar but different ECE contexts.
Students engage together online as well as in face-to-face block courses as a cohort within the wider Postgraduate Diploma in Leadership (ECE) programme.
Students who graduate with the Postgraduate Diploma in Leadership (ECE) are eligible to staircase into a Level 9 master’s degree, with the four papers contributing to the first part of a master’s degree in both Australia and New Zealand.
Te ara tuku
Four 30-credit papers are taught consecutively over a two-year period.
There are two compulsory block courses a year (one per course, 1.5 days each), with an additional orientation day before the first Year 1 block course in Wellington.
Once a year, students will need to cross the Tasman for a block course in the partner country in Week 1 of each year’s two semesters.
Students who graduate with the Postgraduate Diploma in Leadership (ECE) are eligible to staircase into a Level 9 master's degree in both Australia and New Zealand.