We are excited to be partnering with the New Zealand Institute of Wellbeing and Resilience (NZIWR) to deliver this positive and engaging, life-changing experience!
NZIWR is dedicated to increasing wellbeing for communities and organisations in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Dr Denise Quinlan, Director of NZIWR, will be bringing her unique experience and understanding of cultural diversity to this course.
The Format of the Diploma of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing has been designed for busy professionals. The course consists of six core modules, a choice of two elective modules and a range of assessment activities. The six core modules run over six full days of face-to-face training. The two elective units are completed online at your own pace.
You have a total of 12 months to complete the course. Should you wish to complete the course in a shorter time frame that is of course very much achievable. We have mentors to guide and support you through your assessment and elective units.
All assessments are based on competency-based training and assessment principles and will result in a ‘Competent’ or ‘Not yet competent’ outcome.
Please be aware that we are more than happy to be flexible with assessments and will structure assessments around any physical or mental impairments.
|Module||Unit of Competency||Date|
Research and apply theories of positive psychology to establish and develop own level of wellbeing
|27 April 20221|
Develop and apply interventions to leverage positive emotions
|28 April 20221|
Develop engagement interventions for personal and professional growth
|29 April 20221|
Develop and implement interventions to increase meaning and fulfilment in different settings
|2 May 20221|
Develop and implement interventions to build positive relationships
|3 May 20221|
Establish and monitor achievement of positive goals for personal and professional growth
|4 May 20221|