Human Potential for the Digital Economy
The Mind Lab Limited Partnership
Mixed Field Programmes not elsewhere classified
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To be admitted to the PGC-HPDE , all applicants must: Have a recognised bachelor's degree or equivalent professional qualification or higher; and a minimum of two years' work experience in a field impacted by the Digital Economy; Or Have at least four years professional experience in a relevant industry or community demonstrating equivalence or higher to the qualification stated above. Note: To ensure that the PGC-HPDE is relevant to the applicant a brief Statement of Intent is required. In addition and at the discretion of the admission/selection panel, interviews may be required.
About the course
What can I expect out of this qualification?
The PGC-HPDE aims to equip professionals with the knowledge and skills to be successful in increasingly complex, ambiguous and technologically-advanced professional environments. Specifically, it is a qualification designed for New Zealand professionals from diverse industries, organisations and communities who need to extend and contextualise their knowledge of digitalisation, emerging technologies, societal shifts and new organisational systems so that they can lead future-focused initiatives within their specific fields of work or expertise.
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