This FEES-FREE 24-week general engineering course gives successful students credits towards NCEA Level 2 with Vocational Pathways in Manufacturing and Technology. It is a skills-based programme that is designed to launch your career in a range of metal fabrication occupations.
This is a basic engineering course for those looking for a career in general engineering, fitting and turning, welding, engineering maintenance, metal fabrication, or marine engineering. This Manufacturing and Technology course will give you the required foundation skills to launch your career, as well as the opportunity to gain credits towards NCEA Level 2.
This foundation engineer course is taught by making projects (i.e. wheel clamps, etc). You will cover tech drawing and design, calculations and measurements, and the design and planning of metalwork projects. In the workshop, you will be hands on in measuring, cutting, fabricating, and welding. You will learn about job risk analysis and incident reporting!
On successful completion the manufacturing course, you’ll be well on your way to gaining a highly sought after apprenticeship. Your apprenticeship options could include: Fitter and Turner, Engineer, Structural Fabricator, Sheet metal worker, and Welder.
Fees listed are indicative only and may vary with course selection. Exact fees can be confirmed when you
enquire or apply.
Engineering Drawing and Design
Engineering Core Skills
Health and Safety
Vocational Pathways in Manufacturing and Technology (Level 2)
Mechanical engineers design and give advice on the building and repair of machines and tools. They also investigate problems and faults with machinery, and study ways to improve manufacturing and energy production.
Fabrication engineers make, install and repair metal products such as vents, handrails, boilers, aircraft and boat parts, or beams and girders for construction projects.
Engineering machinists use machines to cut and shape precision parts and equipment. They create, install, maintain and repair metal products, including machinery and equipment in factories.
You will need to contact StudyLink for the answer to this. All of our programmes have been approved by the New Zealand Qualification Authority (NZQA) and, as such, all New Zealand students that enrol in a programme of study can apply to StudyLink.
We can provide free transport/travel allowance for students aged 16-19 at our North Island Campuses.
For students who live close to campus we can provide travel allowance to cover the cost of public transport.
For students who live far from campus we have free pick up and drop off each day.
Contact us for more information on which option you would be eligible for as some conditions do apply.
This is a full-time course that runs Monday to Friday from 8:45am to 3:30pm.