Ntec Tertiary Group (Ntec) is a New Zealand based consortium of four education providers consisting of National Technology Institute (NTI), Concordia Institute of Business (CIB), The College of Future Learning NZ (FutureCOL) and National Institute of Education (NIE), all New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) approved and accredited tertiary providers.
At the heart of Ntec is a group of dedicated multinational staff who share the same passion towards education. The Ntec schools have a proud record of educational excellence and innovation, and this is reflected in their NZQA External Evaluation and Review reports. Concordia Institute of Business, National Technology Institute and the College of Future Learning NZ all have the highest possible rating of "Category One", which means that NZQA is highly confident in their educational performance.
The APAC Forum is Asia Pacific’s premier healthcare conference, managed by Ko Awatea, the centre for health system innovation and improvement at Auckland’s Counties Manukau Health. Delegates attend APAC to meet and hear from some of the great minds in health improvement, share the work they have been doing, and learn from lead-edge initiatives taking place in healthcare organisations across the world.
Graduate Certificate in Work Skills
Apollo Medskills and Ntec are offering the Graduate Certificate in Work Skills (GCWS) to Health professionals in India. In addition to preparing such professionals for work in health related industries, the GCWS also enable students to pathway to the Diploma in Health Services Management Level 7 programme offered by National Institute of Education.