Postgraduate certificate in public management for regulatory practitioners
For regulatory officials already in or about to enter middle/upper, service, and regional management or analysis/advisory roles.
This qualification covers
There are 4 courses in the PGCPM. Successful completion leads to graduation with a PGCPM but this can also be a stepping stone to a Post-Graduate Diploma in Public Management (8 courses) or Master of Public Management (12 courses).
The 2023 programme begins with a half-day induction and orientation in mid-February. Course 1 (Regulatory Policy) and Course 2 (Managing for Results) meet in four blocks each between March and May. Each course requires approximately 150 hours of study.
How it’s delivered
All courses are available from the VUW premises at Rutherford House, Lambton Quay, Wellington or synchronously via Zoom.
Criteria for eligibility
Applicants are individuals with particular promise and/or capability in their organisations, including the medium/long-term potential to rise to upper regional and senior management.
An applicant must:
- Be supported by their employer for participation (‘Nomination’); and
- Have a Bachelor’s degree (NZQA Level 7) in any discipline from a New Zealand (or overseas equivalent) university (‘Graduate entry’) or
- Have substantial experience in the New Zealand public sector (central or local government) and/or sub-Bachelor’s or professional qualifications (‘Special Entry’).
In 2023, the fee per course is expected to be $1,846.57 (GST excl.). The student levy is $112.18 (GST excl.) per course, for students primarily studying from within the Wellington region, either on-campus or online, and $56.09 (GST excl.) for students primarily studying from elsewhere in New Zealand.
Advice and registration
Organisations and individuals wanting more information or academic advice are asked to contact the Academic Programme Leader, Associate Professor Amanda Wolf (email@example.com or 04 463 5712).
To register your interest please contact Rosie Evans (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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