The New Zealand Curriculum Design Institute and Cornell Institute of Business & Technology sincerely hope your learning experience will be enjoyable and enhance your life options in the Health sector. The New Zealand Curriculum Design Institute and Cornell Institute of Business & Technology are committed to excellent outcomes and operate under systems that meet national quality standards. The Academic Programme Manager, Teachers, and our administrative staff will do all we can to support your learning experiences and the attainment of your career aspirations. We sincerely hope you will gain our qualifications and most of all have enjoyable and memorable experiences in New Zealand.
This Programme aims to educate advanced professional level health sector managers to effectively initiate and manage health Programmes, projects and organisations. Learners will be informed by a range of health sector research, strategies, theories, models, approaches and practices. A range of advanced capabilities and attributes will be developed in learners to support them to effectively apply health management knowledge and skills in a health management role. Learners will be able to research, plan, implement, monitor, evaluate and report on health Programmes, project and organisational outcomes and utilise creative and continuous improvement approaches to solve familiar and unfamiliar problems and challenges. Deep understandings of effective quality management systems and facilitative management approaches to both human and other resources will be developed. Co-constructive learning approaches will ensure effective higher, associative, critical, and evaluative thinking and practice capabilities are developed and collegial and responsive relationships will be established with staff, governance and all stakeholders with whom they interact for the benefit of the health sector.
The learner groups targeted for entry to this Programme are those with a demonstrated interest in proactively improving health and well-being outcomes through effective management of health goods and/or services for diverse populations.