This level 7 qualification comprises 120 points (8 papers). The programme will be offered in block courses to meet industry needs. You will be able to pursue postgraduate level (Postgraduate Diploma/Masters) studies after completing the GradDipBus if you meet the entry criteria.
The Graduate Diploma focusing on Occupational Health, Safety and Wellbeing is aimed at professionals within organisations who are:
The programme is open to domestic and international students.
The programme investigates current and future issues in OHSW and will be consolidated through an applied project. The topics covered include leadership for change, risk management, training & development, health & safety law, employment regulations & dispute resolution, and occupational stress & resilience. You will explore the lessons learned from New Zealand’s poor occupational health and safety record in industries such as forestry and construction, and from the Pike River Coal Mine disaster which has influenced the new Occupational Health and Safety legislation, policy and practice reforms.
OHSW is fundamentally about looking to the future and creating safer and healthier people, organisations and communities. You will gain a better understanding of how to manage OHSW at all levels of the organisation for positive transformational change. You will also enhance your skill set to enable you to be more proactive and responsive to evolving issues, provide OHSW leadership, engage others and manage OHSW in complex and challenging work environments through innovative and relevant frameworks.
The Centre for Occupational Health and Safety Research is proud to support the Graduate Diploma in Business focusing on Occupational Health, Safety and Wellbeing. Established in 2010, AUT’s Centre for Occupational Health and Safety Research (COHSR) is New Zealand’s premier research and teaching hub for inclusive, industry-led coalitions representing multiple stakeholders, including regulators, researchers, educators and trainers. It is also New Zealand’s only multidisciplinary OHS research centre with a mission to build a healthier and safer future.
Phone: (09) 921 9999 ext. 5510
Last updated: 31-May-2017 1.17pm
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