July 15-17 2020
$240 incl GST
The STAR programme is aimed at assisting secondary school students to find a suitable pathway into work or further study. STAR is designed to give students a “taste” of an industry they might find appealing as a career option.
The STAR courses are a fun, practical way for students to get a little experience in their chosen industry and gain an NZQA unit standard. NZIE liaises closely with local schools to ensure we are meeting the needs of the schools and the students. NZIE has STAR courses with specific calendar dates, so schools and students can plan ahead or we can design a specific course to suit the needs of the school.
July 15-17 2020
$240 incl GST
NZIE’s Introduction to Creating Video for Social Media will introduce learners to social media platforms and tools used today by leading marketing and digital marketing professionals.
It will also focus on how to engage with markets via social media, and how to apply these skills in the development of a social media marketing campaign.
It is particularly suited to learners with a ‘can do’ attitude who are curious to explore the latest digital marketing practices and love engaging with social media. Learners will be encouraged to bring and interact with their own mobile devices – mobile phones, tablets and/or laptops.
The programme is to be led by an experienced digital marketing tutor and will include industry guest speakers who own and run their own successful digital marketing businesses in New Zealand.
Social media marketing is one form of digital marketing. It focuses on creating content and to attract the attention of customers through social networks to promote products and services.
Most of these social media platforms have their own built-in analytics tools which enable businesses to track progress, success and engagement with ad campaigns.
Social Media Marketing Strategist, Social Media Coordinator, Social Media Content Manager, Internet Marketing Manager, Web Marketing Specialist, Online Marketing Analyst, Online Marketing & Social Media Specialist, Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) Strategist, SEO Diagnostics Consultant, e-Commerce Consultant, Digital Marketing Advisor, Data & Web Traffic Analyst, Web Properties Marketing Manager, Application Designer, Digital Marketing Campaign Manager, Digital Media Planner, Digital Media Buyer, Content Marketing Strategist, Mobile Marketing Strategist, Online Advertising Campaign Manager/Analyst, Search Specialist (SEO and SEM).
On the completion of the course, attendees will understand:
Documents to be processed within a fortnight and the hard copy will be sent to each school STAR liaison/ coordinator.
At the completion of the programme the school STAR liaison/ coordinator will be issued with an NZIE Certiﬁcate of Attendance, STAR attendance list, NQF form for Records of Achievement and student survey.
This government department funds institutes to accept local domestic students. This means that New Zealanders can study at NZIE and also access the Student Loan and Allowance scheme to support them through their studies. https://www.tec.govt.nz/
Domestic and international students must have completed:
NZQF level 5, or
a 3-year Diploma, or
in a field related to the applicant’s chosen major for the Advanced Management, International Marketing, and Hospitality Management majors; in an engineering discipline for the Engineering Management major; or in a health care-related discipline for the Healthcare Management major.
In lieu of a formal qualification, applicants may apply if they have at least three years suitable work experience. Under this criteria it is expected the work experience be directly related to the field the applicant wishes to major. The suitability of the applicant will be assessed and decided by the NZIE Academic Board.
Applicants for whom English is not their first language are required to have an IELTS academic score of 6.0 with no band score lower than 5.5, or TOEFL (pBT) score of 550 (with an essay score of 5 TWE), or TOEFL (iBT) score of 60 (with writing score of 18), or Cambridge English Examinations FCE, or FCE for schools, or CAE, or CPE with a score of 169. No less than 162 in each skill, or NZCEL Level 4, with the academic endorsement, or Pearson Test of English (Academic) with an Academic score of 50, or City & Guilds IESOL, B2 communicator or with a score of 66. Results must come from one test conducted in the last 2 years.