工程New Zealand Certificate in Automotive Engineering (Level 3)
- 学费：$20,860 NZD Per Year
- 授课校区：Otago Polytechnic
- The ability to work with tools and equipment
- Sound communication and people skills
- Alertness and adaptability
- Good hand-eye coordination
- Good memory
- Flexibility to change.
Learn how to service general automotive systems.
This qualification is designed for people who are beginning a career in the industry. You will gain the generic and industry specific skills you need to work in a range of roles in the motor industry. Upon successful completion, you will graduate as a work-ready, highly competent individual who will be able to hit the ground running from day one.
Further study options
Continue studying at Otago Polytechnic with a managed apprenticeship at Level 4 - either the New Zealand Certificate in Light Automotive Engineering (Level 4) or New Zealand Certificate in Automotive Electrical Engineering (Level 4). This is a work-based apprenticeship programme where you will attend night classes and block courses to complete your apprenticeship.
Alternatively, you could complete your apprenticeship through the MITO Training programme.
Programme specific risks
In the Otago Polytechnic automotive engineering workshop and during your work experience, there is the risk of injury through lifting, welding, welding flashes, the use of tools, motor vehicles, fixed and portable motors, heavy equipment and any other equipment relevant to the automotive industry. There is also the hazard posed by fumes from welding and chemicals which you may be allergic to and the possibility of Occupational Overuse Syndrome through computer use.
You will study
Learn how to carry out basic automotive engine servicing, service a four stroke spark ignition engine, carry out basic automotive underbody service procedures and repair light vehicle hydraulic braking systems. Gain the fundamental electrical knowledge and servicing skills required for working with ignition systems, automotive electrical circuits, electronic fuel injection systems and automotive wiring and lighting systems and discover the engineering and welding skills required for working in the automotive industry.
You will be expected to complete up to 30 hours of contact time at Otago Polytechnic and up to 15 hours of additional self-directed study per week; with an additional 100 hours of work experience will be required for completing as part of the programme.
To be awarded the Certificate in Automotive Engineering (Level 3) you must successfully complete 120 credits with a minimum of 40 credits at Level 3.
10 NCEA Level 1 literacy credits (reading and writing) and 10 NCEA Level 1 numeracy credits OR be able to demonstrate suitable knowledge and skills.
International students will be individually assessed to ensure they have an acceptable level of secondary school achievement.
If English is not your first language, you must also demonstrate English language skills equivalent to an IELTS overall band score (academic) of 5.0, with no band score less than 5.0.