Module 1.1 - NZ: The National Research and Innovation System in New Zealand
The National Research and Innovation System in New Zealand module is designed to provide participants with an overview of New Zealand Research, Science and Technology sector.
This module covers the role of government, business and higher education in the national research and innovation system, funding mechanisms, codes and current issues. The module examines research and innovation policy settings in New Zealand and looks at New Zealand’s performance in international standings.
It also looks at the key stakeholders in the New Zealand research and innovation system, including the main funding agencies and briefly at ethics and integrity codes and the role of research managers in expediting research.
Key learning outcomes
After completing this module, participants will have covered:
- An introduction to some key concepts of research relevant for an understanding of the structure and culture of the sector’s stakeholders;
- Brief descriptions of the players in the sector or research and innovation system;
- An overview of the funding regime in New Zealand;
- Key national drivers of research and development;
- Measuring quality and performance; and
- Current issues facing the sector.
Who should attend?
This module is suitable for those who are new to the research management profession, those who have specialised in one area of research management and wish to broaden their knowledge and/or those who are experienced research managers but wish to refresh their knowledge in a specific topic area.
The broad scope of this module makes it relevant to a wide audience from across the research management field including:
- Research management and administrative officers relatively new to their role;
- Postgraduate students and postdoctoral positions as they embark on their research career;
- Executives and officers of relevant organisations an interest in research and innovation;
- Private sector managers requiring background on New Zealand research and innovation; and
- Professionals wishing to update or broaden their knowledge of the New Zealand research and innovation system.
This is a compulsory module for individuals completing the ARMS Foundation Level Accreditation Program in New Zealand. Each module can also be taken as a stand-alone unit for professional development purposes.
Program Materials, Access and Assessment:
- This Foundation Level Accreditation Program (FLAP) Module is supplied in an online format, unless otherwise stated in the course description.
- The content of the FLAP online Module materials, including copyright and all other intellectual property rights contained therein, remain the property of ARMS.
- You may not reproduce any part of the FLAP online Module material without the prior written consent of ARMS.
- Online FLAP Module material is provided via the Moodle online Learning Management System (LMS). For reasons out of our control, the e-Learning site may on occasion be unavailable. In the unlikely event that the system becomes unavailable, ARMS will use every measure to ensure that the FLAP Module materials are provided to Registrants in an alternative manner.
- All quiz assessments for this FLAP Module must also be completed online via Moodle.
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Non-Member: $480 AUD
Please note that the online registration platform accepts credit card payment only. If you require a tax invoice for payment please contact the ARMS Accreditaion Program Administrator ARMSAccreditation@researchmanagement.org.au
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Time: You will have 2 weeks to complete this module once you have started the LMS module in Moodle. The two (2) week time period commences when you start the module in Moodle and not when you register for the module.
How to start the module in Moodle: Once registered and paid for, the module link will appear in your ARMS portal under Online Courses. Click on the module listing under Enrolled Courses to be directed to Moodle. If your course has not been paid for, please contact Dana Watts, ARMS Accreditation Program Administrator, ARMSAccreditation@researchmanagement.org.au to discuss an alternative access option.
ARMS CANCELLATION POLICY
ARMS complies with Australian Consumer Law in regard to refunds. We ask that you carefully select this FLAP Module before submitting a Registration as the Registration is non-cancellable and the Registration Fee is non-refundable.
We understand that under extenuating circumstances, there may be reasons why the Registrant is unable to complete the registered FLAP Module. Where evidence can be successfully provided to support the Registrant’s circumstances, consideration may be given to transfer the Registration to another eligible ARMS member. Such requests must be made in writing to the ARMS Accreditation Program Administrator, email ARMSAccreditation@researchmanagement.org.au
If you are experiencing difficulty completing the FLAP module by the enrolment expiry date, a free course extension may be available. Such requests for further extension must be made in writing to the ARMS Accreditation Program Administrator, ARMSAccreditation@researchmanagement.org.au
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