Carpentry & Construction

Gain A Great Qualifications in 40 Weeks

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National Certificate in Building, Construction, an Allied Trades Skills Level 1

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National Certificate in Building, Construction, an Allied Trades Skills Level 2

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NCEA Level 2 – Vocational Pathway in Construction and Infrastructure

PURPOSE

PURPOSE

Level 1

The skills in this qualification range from a range of subjects, such as Planning and Construction, Construction Trades, Numeracy and Literacy. This complements workshop-related activities. This qualification stimulates the process of learning through interpreting situations and allows students to take an active approach to problem-solving.

Level 2

This qualification focuses on the acquisition of theoretical and practical knowledge and skills. Students will learn more about the Construction Trades by building garden furniture and a timber deck. Literacy and Numeracy is also embedded in this programme

EDUCATION PATHWAY

EDUCATION PATHWAY

After completion of these two qualifications graduates may choose to continue their education with the New Zealand Certificate in Building, Construction, and Allied Trades Skills (Level 3), or with other qualifications relevant to the construction environment.

Course Info

Length:

40 weeks

Start Date:

Anytime in the year

Full Time:

Monday to Friday

Hours:

9.00 am to 3.00 pm

Cost:

FREE to eligible applicants

Eligibility:

Youth 16 – 19 years

Free Licence::

FREE Learners Driver Licence (achievement conditions apply)

Free Travel:

A travel allowance is available or we can provide FREE transport

Tutor:

Jason Emery

Address:

Manukau Campus, 10 Norman Spencer Drive, Manukau 2104
See in Google Maps

Phone:

(09) 252 0055
Ask for Rebecca So’e

To Start:

All you need to start is your birth certificate or other identity and complete the enrolment documents (we can help you with this).

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