Certificate in Literature and Library Services for Children and Young People (Level 6)
OP6273Closed to new enrolments
Approximately 10-12 hours study per course per week.
Study type Trimester
Cost$1,460 NZ Domestic
Not including annual administration fees, course materials or external exam fees.
OP6273 Certificate in Literature and Library Services for Children and Young People (Level 6) is closed to new students.
Open Polytechnic will be offering a new programme in this field, so please check back on our website later in the year for more information.
If you were already enrolled in OP6273 Certificate in Literature and Library Services for Children and Young People (Level 6) prior to 14 September 2018, you can still complete your qualification.
Please contact a Student Advisor for next steps.
Please note to complete this programme, you must complete the qualification by the end of 2020. If you need help with a study plan to complete your certificate in this timeframe, please email us.
If you’re after specialist skills to help children and young adults within a library, this is the qualification for you. This School Library Association of New Zealand Aotearoa (SLANZA) recognised qualification can be studied at the same time as our Diploma in Information and Library Studies Level 5. You’ll learn about planning and managing collections and services for children and young people, evaluating literature and information resources for children and young people, contemporary trends in children’s and young adults’ literature and library services in New Zealand
What you will learn
When you achieve this qualification you’ll know more about children’s and young adults’ information-seeking behaviours and literacy issues. You will also be able to apply your knowledge of children’s and young adults’ development when providing library services for this user group.
This qualification will complement the skills you gain in other information and library studies qualifications and prepare you for a career in primary or secondary school libraries, or working with children and young people in public libraries.