新西兰国立南方理工学院/Southern Institute of Technology
Vocational Pathways Manufacturing and Technology - Automotive
- 学费：NZ $9,500 for the entire...
- Gain knowledge of motor systems and automotive operations. Learn about the functions of both petrol and diesel engines as well as ignition systems, manual transmissions and safe working practices in an automotive workshop.
- To provide learners with relevant skills and work ready attributes to prepare them to enter a range of industries in entry level positions, or progress to further study.
- To provide new ways for learners to achieve NCEA Level 2 and develop pathways that progress to further study, training and employment.
- 229 Identify the general locations and functions of motor vehicle systems and main components
- 231 Demonstrate knowledge of the operation of two and four stroke petrol and diesel engines
- 234 Demonstrate knowledge of automotive starting and charging systems and their operation
- 235 Demonstrate knowledge of automotive ignition systems and their operation
- 239 Demonstrate knowledge of automotive manual transmissions
- 16113 Demonstrate knowledge of safe working practices in an automotive workshop
- 21669 Demonstrate knowledge of hand tools and workshop equipment for motor industry applications
- 21670 Demonstrate knowledge of general engineering tasks in the motor industry
- 21671 Carry out general engineering tasks in the motor industry
- 21674 Demonstrate knowledge of terminology used in the motor industry
- 21677 Demonstrate knowledge of a diesel fuel system
- 21680 Demonstrate knowledge of automotive lubricants and sealants
- 21686 Demonstrate knowledge of automotive cooling systems
- 21687 Demonstrate knowledge of basic tuning on a four stroke petrol engine
- 21688 Demonstrate knowledge of disassembling and reassembling a four stroke multi-cylinder engine
- 21707 Demonstrate knowledge of automotive electrical principles
- 21716 Select and apply lubricants and sealants for automotive and related industry applications
- 21720 Demonstrate knowledge of motorcycle, car, light and heavy commercial vehicle braking systems
- 21721 Demonstrate knowledge of vehicle steering and suspension systems
- 21858 Demonstrate good work habits and perform safe work practices in the motor and related industries
- 21859 Select and use hand tools and workshop equipment for an automotive application
- A minimum of 80 credits in accordance with the relevant Programme Schedule for the Vocational Pathway programmes.
- The student will normally be expected to complete the Vocational Pathway programmes full-time over 25 weeks.
- 16 years or over at the time of commencing study or 15 years with a school leaving certificate
- Proficient in the English language (both written and spoken)
- Should not hold NCEA Level 2 or similar qualifications
- 开学时间：Expected February-2019
- 授课校区：SIT Christchurch Campus
At least 60 credits selected from the unit standards below (Note: 20 credits must be from sector related unit standards and the remainder from recommended unit standards.)
Graduates will have developed the skills and knowledge to be employed under supervision in a range of entry level positions within the various industries. Further study may include progression to Level 3 New Zealand Certificates.
Within the vocational pathway programme, learners will gain knowledge and understanding upon which to base their career development decisions, whether this be gaining employment experience, tertiary study at higher levels, trade qualifications, or any combination of these.
To satisfactorily complete the Vocational Pathway programmes and receive the relevant Vocational Pathway NCEA level 2 and be awarded this qualification the student must successfully achieve: -
To be eligible, applicants must be:
Enrolment may be subject to an interview process.