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No Experience, No Problem ENROLMENTS FOR 2010 CLOSE 12TH NOVEMBER 0800 88 NZCC (6922) email@example.com www.nzcc.ac.nz *Conditions apply Our diplomas and national certificates give you the knowledge, professional skills and practical experience to start a rewarding career in early childhood education. Auckland City Campus Level 3 75 Karangahape Rd Auckland STUDENT LOANS & ALLOWANCES* Enrol now for 2011 www.nzcc.ac.nz kickstart your career in NZQA REGISTERED & ACCREDITED 3134591AA LIMITED ENTRY ENROL NOW FOR 2011 Bachelor of Natural Medicine Diploma in Traditional Pasefika Healing 1st & 2nd year courses available by distance Visit our web site www.spcnt.ac.nz or phone 09 579 4997 8 Arthur St, Ellerslie 307 647AH New Zealand College of Chinese Medicine Choose a new career in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine! Bachelor Of Health Sciences: BHSc (Chinese Medicine) 4 years BHSc (Acupuncture) 3 years BHSc (Chinese Herbal Medicine) 3 years At the New Zealand College of Chinese Medicine Auckland (Greenlane) or Christchurch • Internationally recognised • Supportive learning community • Complete clinical training • NZQA approved & accredited • Student loans and allowances • School leaver welcome! Enrolment starts now for Feb 2011 Check it all out at our next free WELLNESS DAY: Saturday 20th November 1.00 - 4.30 pm (Ring and book for a free acupuncture treatment) Ph 09 580 2376 or visit www.chinesemedicine.ac.nz or 321 Great South Road, Greenlane. Advertising Feature training Education& Chinese Medicine College Open Day Positive result: 'Afterwards I felt much better!' Have you always been interested in acupunc- ture but never tried it? Could Chinese medicine even be your new career? Come to the Wellness Day on Saturday at the New Zealand College of Chinese Medicine in Greenlane and try a free acupuncture treatment. You can find out about training too, if you want to, and consider a new career in an exciting, growing health field. You will be treated by professionally supervised senior students at the college who are studying towards their Bachelor in Health Sciences in Chinese medicine and acupuncture. Two patients from the student clinic describe their first experiences of acupuncture: I don t usually like the sight of needles, but afterwards I felt a lot better. The ser- vice was excellent and I have now been in three times. I m seriously thinking of enrolling in the programme. I loved it! The needles actually didn t hurt at all and it was very peaceful lying there. The diag- nosis was right on. I do massage and I am seriously thinking about enrolling in the pro- gramme next year to add Chinese Medicine to my skills. More and more people in western countries are trying this ancient method of healing and well-being and you might find it works for you too. Students can choose a major of Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine or a combination of the two (Chinese Medicine) and complete either a three or four year qualifi- cation to graduate as a Chinese Medicine or Acupuncture prac- titioner. The degree is NZQA approved and meets ACC regulation requirements as well as international standards. The programme is endorsed by the WFCMS (World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies), a highly respected Chinese association who set international standards in Chinese medicine. Great future! There is a great future in the field because the NZ govern- ment is now considering regulating Chinese medi- cine and Acupuncture. Australia did this last year. Regulation will mean practitioners will be regarded even more highly as professionals and will be able to work in public hospitals and clinics. The programme at the NZ College of Chinese Medicine is a fascinating combination of theory and practical. You will apply theory from the wisdom of ancient Chinese sages as well as contemporary western medicine. You will learn the per- sonal skills of being a good consultant, and the practice of locating and needling acupuncture points. You will study the rich range and applications of Chinese herbs. You will enjoy mixing with tutors and students of different cultures. The college buzzes with students of every age and nationality: Pakeha, Maori, Pacific, Chinese, Korean, Russian, Can- adian. It is an inter- national degree; school leavers are welcome. Wellness Day Saturday November 20, 1.00 to 4.30pm. Ground floor 321 Great South Rd, Green- lane. Phone and book if you want a treatment! Free off-street parking for visitors. Phone 580-2376 to book or for information, or visit www.chinesemedi cine.ac.nz.
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