Postgraduate Certificate in Leading Change for Good
Creating impactful, positive change in your community, iwi, business, organisation or industry.
A NZQA-accredited postgraduate certificate that focuses on leadership and transformation for real, lasting impact where it matters the most.
Next intake: Starts 7th September 2022
Applications close: 31st August 2022
Duration: 34 weeks, part-time
Study mode: Weekly online sessions, learning in your context, 7 x full day sessions (online or in-person, your choice)
Location: Optional face-to-face sessions held at The Mind Lab, 99 Khyber Pass Road, Grafton, Auckland
Fees: $3,310 inc GST (10% off earlybird discount and full scholarships available)
International fees: $16,559 inc GST (available for international students studying in NZ)
Result: Level 8 (60 credits)
Become part of a community of people driving change for good.
Every day more organisations commit to prioritising purpose and doing good, whether they are charities, public institutions, social enterprises or commercial organisations, and so we need to develop the capability and skills required to lead this change for good.
The Postgraduate Certificate in Leading Change for Good was created to address this need.
The programme aims to provide people from diverse industries and communities with the knowledge and skills to effectively instigate and lead collaborations and partnerships, and apply environmentally, socially, and financially sustainable practices for positive impact in times of change.
34 weeks of part-time study.
As part of this postgrad you will be required to dedicate the following time:
For the detailed schedule of the upcoming intakes view our 2022 Student Handbook.
We offer this programme entirely online, with the option to join us face-to-face for our full day sessions for those who are interested. The learning outcomes are the same whether you attend online or face-to-face, however those who choose to join us face-to-face will have the chance to connect in person with others on the programme, and The Mind Lab support team.
The face-to-face sessions will be at The Mind Lab – 99 Khyber Pass Road, Grafton, Auckland.
There are only 40 places available in each intake.
Domestic (NZ student fees): $3,310 inc GST
International students, onshore: $16,559 inc GST
To be enrolled in this NZQA-accredited postgraduate certificate you must either:
To make sure the postgrad certificate is relevant to you and the right fit, you’ll be asked to supply a brief Statement of Intent. Interviews may also be required.
Download our information pack for more details on the programme.
With the current COVID-19 travel restrictions in place at the New Zealand border, this programme is only available to study as an international student if you are already in New Zealand. As the New Zealand government reviews and revises travel restrictions, it may be possible to apply for a Student Visa and travel to New Zealand to study this programme with us in the future.
You will need to check the conditions on your visa to see if you are eligible to study with us. To find out more about studying with The Mind Lab as an international student and programme fees, visit our International Students page.
This postgraduate certificate is stackable. Credits earned can be stacked towards a Master’s Degree. Find out how it works.
Click here to learn more about our scholarships, and how to apply.
Hancine is an education leader, who strongly believes in the power of lifelong learning, overcoming obstacles to figure out your strengths, and harnessing what you learn for good.
Hancine’s ability to connect with learners and guide them along their journey comes from a combination of this diverse pool of learning, as well as the other projects and roles she’s taken on along the way, most recently as Education Director for the Master of Teaching & Education Leadership.
“If we truly want change then we have to be challenged and be comfortable being uncomfortable. We need leaders who are prepared to listen, prepared to be inclusive, prepared to take risks as well as being open to new ways of thinking and doing.”
Click here to learn more about Hancine.
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