Manufacturing and Technology Vocational Pathway (Automotive and Engineering) One Day Option CTC.xml Introduction to Automotive (one day)

Qualifications and courses Study options
Automotive Engineering Tools

ProgrammePart time - 1 year

Annual Fees(indicative 2017)

Qualification name

Manufacturing and Technology Vocational Pathway (Automotive and Engineering) One Day Option CTC Please enquire

Programme code

NCEP2T

Starts

February

NZQF Credits

30

Level

2

Domestic Applications due

Received all year

Provider

Christchurch - Ensors Road, Timaru

Vocational Pathways

Manufacturing & Technology

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Programme Content

This one-day taster programme explores hands-on skills.

You'll learn the skills required for MIG welding, collision repair, machine and hand tool operation and general engineering tasks, enabling you to make an informed decision about your future study and career pathways. You'll also learn to balance and fit vehicle wheels.

You will be awarded the NZQF credits for this programme.

Entry requirements

Academic requirements
  • To enrol you must be in Year 11, 12 or 13 at secondary school. You must also be a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, or hold a visa which allows you to be enrolled in a New Zealand secondary school.

Alternative requirements
Additional requirements
English requirements
  • To enrol you must be in Year 11, 12 or 13 at secondary school. You must also be a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, or hold a visa which allows you to be enrolled in a New Zealand secondary school. If English isn't your first language, you may be required to provide evidence of your English language skills. Refer to the Acceptable Alternatives Chart or contact us for an assessment.

Acceptable Alternatives Chart

Next steps

To apply for this programme please

  • Complete an application form

Application Documents

Career opportunities

Further study can lead to employment in the engineering or automotive trades industries.

Study pathways

On successful completion of this programme you can choose to specialise in either automotive trades or engineering with further study in one of the following:

  • National Certificate in Automotive Level 3 (NC1421)
  • Certificate in Engineering (Fabrication) Level 3 (CH3879)
  • Certificate in Engineering (Welding and Structural Steel) Level 3 (CH3941)
  • Certificate in General Engineering Level 3 (CH3962)
  • National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Body) Collision Repair or Refinishing (Level 3)
Unit / Achievement Standard Number Unit Standard Title Version No NZQF Credits Level 1 Credits Level 2 Credits Level 3 Credits
21869 Remove and replace road wheels 2 1 1
21696 Apply finish coats of paint to a complete panel in the motor body industry 1 2 2
21722 Balance wheels off a vehicle in the motor industry 1 2 2
21683 Demonstrate knowledge of MIG welding in the motor industry 1 2 2
21682 Demonstrate knowledge of an oxy-acetylene welding plant in the motor industry 1 2 2
21669 Demonstrate knowledge of hand tools and workshop equipment for motor industry applications 2 2 2
21693 Demonstrate knowledge of power tools and equipment used in the motor body industry 1 2 2
4432 Demonstrate knowledge of, and convert, units of measure used in engineering 7 2 2
21710 Fill and sand a repair in the motor body industry 1 1 1
21694 Mask a repair for priming; and prime, fill and sand a repair in the motor body industry 1 3 3
21698 Remove and replace exterior and interior motor body parts and trim in the motor industry 1 3 3
21859 Select and use hand tools and workshop equipment for an automotive application 1 2 2
21684 Use a MIG welding plant in the motor industry 1 3 3
21685 Use an oxy-acetylene welding plant in the motor industry 1 3 3
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