Individual Units

  • Our Individual Units options offer your students the flexibility to study at their own pace, with a wide range of courses available.
  • Help is always available for any students by contacting us at schools@its.ac.nz
  • Just $75 +gst per unit – includes all students learning and assessment material, marking, E certificate and support.
  • Looking for more than one unit – check out the Gateway Packages, units beautifully combined into meaningful learning journeys
  • Where it is indicated practical is required please do not order unless your student can be assessed in a work placement
OUR INDIVIDUAL UNITS OPTION
OFFERS YOUR STUDENTS THE
FLEXIBILITY TO STUDY AT THEIR
OWN PACE, WITH A WIDE RANGE OF
OPTIONS AVAILABLE
  • Help is always available for any students by
    contacting us at schools@its.ac.nz
  • Just $75 +GST per unit
    *unless otherwise stated
  • For assessments that are indicated as
    practical, please only order if your student
    can be assessed in a work placement
THE PRICE OF $75 +GST FOR EACH
UNIT INCLUDES:
  • All printed student learning and
    assessment material
  • Marking of assessments
  • E-certificate of completion
  • Support from our tutors is available at any
    time through our Student Help Desk email
    support@its.ac.nz
WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE PRICE?
  • Printed certificates – $10 +GST each
  • Resits – $17.50 +GST each

All prices indicated are exclusive of GST
unless stated otherwise.

Assessments will clearly indicate whether they
are to be completed in an open or closed book
environment. If they are closed book, the school
must provide an environment where the student
is supervised and completes the assessment
without reference to notes or assistance.

Work experience placements for practical
assessment are to be arranged by schools
where required. If your student is in a work
placement, the supervisor or manager will
be expected to provide and supervise
practical assessment.

For Level 3 units, practical assessments must be
completed in a workplace.

Schools will be sent an authorisation to Report
as units are achieved. Schools are required
to report results to NZQA for the student’s
Record of Learning.

Individual Units

IU11097

People credited with this unit standard are able to listen actively to gain information in an interactive situation.L 3 Cr 3

IU11818

People credited with this unit standard are able to demonstrate knowledge of product and/or service, and apply product and/or service knowledge in own work practices.L 3 Cr 2

IU11831

People credited with this unit standard are able to: describe skills and qualities of a salesperson, and apply skills and qualities of a salesperson during a sales transaction, in a retail or distribution environment, in accordance with organisational procedures.L 3 Cr 6

IU11938

People credited with this unit standard are able to: approach customers; identify customer’s needs; provide options for goods and/or services to meet customer’s needs; and close sale, in accordance with organisational procedures.L 2 Cr 5

IU11941

This unit standard is for people who are training to work in a retail environment and includes a basic understanding of providing a positive customer experience when purchasing goods and/or services.People credited with this unit standard are able to establish and maintain positive customer service interactions in a retail environment.L 2 Cr 2

IU11968

This unit standard is for people who are training to work in a retail environment.People credited with this unit standard are able to: demonstrate knowledge of legislation applicable to sale of goods and services; and apply legislation relevant to a retail environment.L 2 Cr 4

IU11971

This unit standard is for people who are training to work in a retail environment and includes a basic understanding of the safe work practices that are required.People credited with this unit standard are able to: handle stock safely; and follow safe working practices, in a retail environment under supervision.L 2 Cr 3

IU1312

People credited with this unit standard are able to give oral instructions in the workplace.L 3 Cr 3

IU14425

This pre-entry unit standard is for people training as food service staff to work in a broad range of food and beverage service outlets.People credited with this unit standard are able to: prepare for service of, and serve, hot and cold non-alcoholic drinks, for a commercial hospitality establishment.L 2 Cr 5

IU14431

This pre-entry unit standard is for people training as food service staff to work in a broad range of food and beverage service outlets.People credited with this unit standard are able to demonstrate knowledge of food service styles, and menu types in the hospitality industry.L 2 Cr 3

IU14434

This pre-entry unit standard is for people training as food service staff to work in a broad range of food and beverage service outlets.People credited with this unit standard are able to: prepare service areas and equipment; prepare customer dining areas; and clear dining and service areas, for a commercial hospitality establishment.L 2 Cr 3

IU14436

This pre-entry unit standard is for people training as food service staff to work in a broad range of food and beverage service outlets.People credited with this unit standard are able to: present a menu and take orders from customers; serve customer orders at the table; and clear and maintain tables during service, for a commercial hospitality establishment.L 2 Cr 4

IU14440

This pre-entry unit standard is for people training as food service staff to work in a broad range of food and beverage service outlets.People credited with this unit standard are able to: prepare for counter food service; and clear counter food service areas, for a commercial hospitality establishment.L 2 Cr 2

IU14441

This entry-level unit standard is for people providing a cafe service in a hospitality establishment.People credited with this unit standard are able to provide cafe counter service, in a hospitality establishment.L 3 Cr 5

IU14443

This is a pre-entry unit standard for people training to work in takeaway food outlets.People credited with this unit standard are able to pack food and beverage orders for takeaway in a commercial hospitality environment.L 2 Cr 2

IU14466

This pre-entry theory-based unit standard is for people training as hospitality staff to work in a broad range of hospitality establishments.People credited with this unit standard are able to demonstrate knowledge of maintaining a safe and secure environment for people in the hospitality industry.L 2 Cr 2

IU14469

This pre-entry unit standard is for people training as hospitality staff to work in a broad range of hospitality establishments.People credited with this unit standard are able to: maintain personal knowledge of an establishment’s products and services; and provide information to customers in the hospitality industry.L 2 Cr 2

IU167

This pre-entry unit standard is for people training to work in a food business and includes a basic understanding of practices that result in safe food.People credited with this unit standard are able to: maintain effective personal hygiene when working with food; prevent cross contamination; and measure, record, and act on temperature of high risk food, in a food business under supervision.L 2 Cr 4

IU168

This unit standard is for all people working, or preparing to work, in a food establishment.People credited with this unit standard are able to demonstrate knowledge of: hazards that cause food-borne illness and food spoilage; and methods used to control hazards that cause food-borne illness and food spoilage in a food establishment.L 3 Cr 4

IU17284

This entry-level unit standard is for people who are interested in working in the area of producing coffees.People credited with this unit standard are able demonstrate knowledge of: coffee origins, beans, harvesting, fair trade requirements, roasting, blending, decaffeination, and storage and handling.L 3 Cr 3

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