The New Zealand Certificate Qualifications
Foundation and Skills for Living
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2861 - The New Zealand Certificate in Foundation Skills Level 1
2861 is a qualification that can be achieved through the NZQA approved SPEC Foundation programme.
The New Zealand Certificate in Foundation Skills Level 1 can support NCEA Level 1.
“The program is designed to re-engage graduates in learning, develop core
capabilities, and provide a successful pathway into further learning or employment.
Develop and carry out self management strategies in a range of different contexts
to include maintaining health and well-being and continuing learning.
Develop and demonstrate the skills needed to interact positively with others,
in one-one situations and group situations.
Demonstrate self reflection on progress, to include new learning and
achievement towards personal and career goals.
Use a range of communication skills relevant to the context, and showing
development of those skills.
Click the links on the right to read more about the components and delivery
of the programme.
2853 - New Zealand Certificate in Skills for Living for
Supported Learners Level 1 with an optional strand for
Skills for Working.
To provide an approved program for students who require additional support and
adapted resources to lead to the successful attainment of the New Zealand
Certificate in Skills for Living (for supported learners) Level 1
Content This program develops competencies and covers the
Graduate Profile Outcomes of the new New Zealand qualification, of:
Demonstrate self management in day to day living.
Maintain Personal Safety, health and well-being.
Interact in everyday contexts.
Participate in planning future pathways.
Applying functional literacy and numeracy required for day to day living.
Outcome Students will demonstrate personal growth, self management,
strategies in personal safety, be able to relate well to others, be involved in the
setting of learning goals, use thinking skills and demonstrate a range of literacy and
numeracy for everyday living to successful achieve the New Zealand Certificate in
Skills for Living for supported learners Level 1.
The SPEC programme has an extensive range of module titles to chose from,
ensuring that there is a focus on ‘Personalised learning’ and meeting the learning
needs of each learner.
Click on the links on the right to read more about the components and delivery
of the programme.