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Employers are telling us that the world has changed and they need graduates with both the practical and professional skills to hit the ground running. They are looking for people who are highly innovative, practical, know how to use technology and are workready. People with these skills are New Professionals.


Welcome INTRODUCTION 2 Welcome to WelTec 5 Reasons to choose WelTec 7 Take the right step 8 Enrolment PROGRAMMES 10 Addiction, Counselling and Health Studies 14 Automotive Technology 16 Built Environment 18 Business Management 20 Business Administration

22 Construction Trades 26 Creative Technologies 30 Engineering

34 English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) 36 Exercise Science and Recreation 38 Hairdressing, Beauty Therapy and Make-up Artistry 42 Horticulture and Landscaping 44 Hospitality 48 Information Technology 52 Social Services 54 Travel and Tourism 56 Veterinary Nursing and Animal Care 58 Foundation 58 Teaching and Training FURTHER INFORMATION 59 Student Support 61 Entry criteria 62 Career Opportunities 64 Find out more


Welcome to WelTec Greetings, Kia Ora, Talofa Lava, Kia Orana, ni sa Bula Vinaka, Kaise Hai, Malo e Lelei, Halo Olgeta, Taloha ni, Bozu, Fakalofa Lahi Atu, Annyong haseyo, Neih hou, Namaste At WelTec our job is to ensure that the skills we teach are relevant for your success, in the future as well as today. We deliver practical, relevant qualifications designed to enhance your career and employment options. You will find that we are future focused. Our teaching staff are specialists and researchers in their fields, and we are investing in exciting new technology to ensure that we remain at the leading edge of training and learning in New Zealand.

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Our passion for the future is based on solid foundations. WelTec has had an important place within the wider Wellington region for over 100 years. We offer a comprehensive range of education to almost 11,000 students each year. Our teaching is enhanced by the positive industry relationships we develop and enjoy. We work closely with employers so that we, and they, are confident that our graduates have the skills they need to succeed in the workplace. WelTec’s business, industry and professional partnerships are of enormous benefit to you. Students work on real projects and employers often recruit our graduates directly from WelTec. You will find that everyone who works at WelTec is committed to making it a supportive and friendly place to learn. You will find inspiration and support here, as well as an excellent education. Above all, you’re a name, not a number, at WelTec. I look forward, with all the staff, to getting to know you.

Dr Linda Sissons WelTec Chief Executive


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Reasons to choose WelTec PRACTICAL Get the best of both worlds with the right combination of theory and practical skills. Connect with employers through practical experience such as case studies, industry partnerships and work experience.

RELEVANT Enter the workforce with a range of skills and knowledge relevant to today’s workplace, with qualifications developed in consultation with industry advisory groups and employers.

IN DEMAND Join the next generation of new professionals and stand out from the crowd with the best mix of theory and practical skills that employers demand.

HIGH QUALITY WelTec certificates, diplomas, degrees and graduate diplomas are NZQA accredited and, with City and Guilds and other international qualifications on offer, your qualification will be well recognised – both here and abroad.

HIGH-TECH WelTec is up to date with the latest technology – you will have access to leading teaching technology, specialist facilities and cutting-edge equipment.

EXPERT ATTENTION Learn from teaching staff who have a wealth of industry experience and specialist knowledge in their subject areas.

CLOSE SUPPORT We empower our students to achieve, with a range of support services ranging from academic and learning support to financial, cultural and personal support.

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Take the right step The academic staircase to your success Choose a programme level that suits you, and climb the ‘staircase’ to higher levels to reach your career goals. In many cases study at a lower level in a subject will count towards gaining a higher-level qualification. Our staff can advise you on how to make the staircase work for you. Well recognised qualifications

WelTec certificates, diplomas, degrees and graduate diplomas are NZQA accredited and, with City and Guilds and other international qualifications on offer, your qualification will be well recognised – both here and abroad.

Credit for what you already know

Find out about our Recognition of Prior Learning and Recognition of Current Competence processes. You could save yourself extra work and time if you already have some relevant skills – contact us for more information.

Transfer from somewhere else

We may be able to give you credit towards your programme at WelTec for study you have done at another tertiary institution.

Or take your WelTec qualification even further

We have a number of special agreements with other tertiary providers who recognise WelTec qualifications as entry criteria or as partial completion towards their qualifications.

Degrees Diplomas Certificates Foundation Programmes Entry-level or pre-employment programmes for people returning to study or needing introductory study for their chosen field.

Certificates are available in a variety of subjects from levels 1 to 7 and range in length from 1 week to a year.

Also referred to as undergraduate degrees. These are at level 7 and usually take 3 years to complete.

Higher-level qualifications that are usually take 1 – 2 years to complete.

Graduate Certificates and Diplomas Specialised programmes at level 7 for people who already have degrees or substantial work experience in their field. They usually run for 6 months or 1 year.

Keen to enrol but not sure what programme or course is right for you? For more information or assistance in deciding what to study before you enrol, you can contact one of our Student Advisors. We are able to assist with course information and careers advice, campus tours, enrolment questions and much more.

n Phone: 0800 935 832

n Email: studentadvisors@weltec.ac.nz

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Enrolment

The Enrolment process is as easy as these 5 simple steps.

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Complete an Enrolment Form

online, by post, or in person.

enrol online www.weltec.ac.nz

enrol by post Wellington Institute of Technology Private Bag 39814, Lower Hutt 5045.

enrol in person Refer to page 65 to find the your closest WelTec Campus.

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We will assess whether you meet the entry requirements for your chosen programme. You will be contacted if we require any additional information.

Once your application is approved, we will send you an Offer of Place. This will include an invoice for your fees and an acceptance card. You will be advised if we are unable to offer you a place.

Return the completed acceptance card to secure your place at WelTec.

Confirm your fees are paid – If you have applied for a student loan please ensure that all necessary forms have been completed and you have been granted eligibility for the loan.

Welcome to WelTec!


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Addiction, Counselling and Health Studies Addiction Studies | Counselling | Health Psychology Trauma Management | Health Leadership Supervision Gain New Zealand’s only Bachelor in Alcohol and Drug Studies at WelTec. Get a national qualification locally; study addictions in Wellington, Auckland, Christchurch, Hamilton, Rotorua, Hawkes Bay and Taupo. Choose from a great range of counselling programmes from Health Psychology to Career Counselling to a Bachelor of Counselling – the only one of its kind in the Wellington region.

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Move up to the next level of your learning with our staircasing options. Start with a certificate, move on to a diploma and finish with a degree.

LEVEL 7 LEVEL 6 LEVEL 5

Certificate

LEVEL 4

Certificate

Diploma

Certificate

Diploma

Bachelor Degree Graduate Diploma Graduate Certificate


GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN THEORY OF ADDICTIONS | L7

GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN ADDICTION STUDIES | L7

START DATE

FEB & JULY

START DATE

FEB & JULY

DURATION

1 YEAR

DURATION

1 YEAR (FULL-TIME)

LOCATION

WELLINGTON CBD AUCKLAND

LOCATION

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

WELLINGTON CBD AUCKLAND CHRISTCHURCH

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL & PART-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4421

FEE GUIDE

PROG CODE

HV4350

$5,470

FEE GUIDE

$5,470

Guide only–subject to change.

Guide only–subject to change.

Enhance your theoretical understanding of addiction disorders and broaden your knowledge and skill base in relation to the psychogenesis of addictions. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* Students enrolling in the Graduate Diploma in Theory of Addictions (Level 7) will be required to have attained a degree, or have equivalent practical, professional or educational experience in a relevant field, which may include other Level 6 or 7 qualifications.

BACHELOR OF ALCOHOL AND DRUG STUDIES | L7

Broaden your knowledge and skills in the management of clients with complex addictive disorders. Gain real experience with clinical practicums within New Zealand health services. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* Students enrolling in the Graduate Diploma in Addiction Studies (Level 7) will be required to have attained a degree, or have equivalent practical, professional or educational experience in a relevant field, which may include other Level 6 or 7 qualifications. Applicants are also required to demonstrate appropriate clinical practice experience in addictions or in other relevant fields.

DIPLOMA IN ALCOHOL AND DRUG STUDIES | L6

START DATE

FEB & JULY

START DATE

FEB & JULY

DURATION

3 YEARS (FULL-TIME)

DURATION

2 YEARS (FULL-TIME)

LOCATION

WELLINGTON CBD AUCKLAND CHRISTCHURCH

LOCATION

WELLINGTON CBD AUCKLAND, ROTORUA CHRISTCHURCH

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL & PART-TIME

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL & PART-TIME

PROG CODE

CT3718

PROG CODE

HV4213

FEE GUIDE

$5,470 (YEAR 1)

Other satellite locations available.

Guide only–subject to change.

New Zealand’s only Bachelor of Alcohol and Drug Studies, this programme provides you with expertise to work with those impacted by addictions including substance misuse and drug dependence. On completion of your studies you will be eligible to apply for membership with DAPAANZ (Drug & Alcohol Practitioners Association of Aotearoa - New Zealand).

FEE GUIDE

Guide only–subject to change.

$5,470 (YEAR 1)

Gain an advanced level of understanding of addictive behaviour. Learn to critically examine and conduct effective methods of intervention, management and prevention for people with addiction issues. Continue on to gain a Bachelor of Alcohol and Drug Studies with one additional year of study. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* As for Bachelor of Alcohol and Drug Studies.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 42 credits at NCEA level 3, including a minimum of 14 credits at level 3 in each of three subjects, or an equivalent qualification.

At WelTec I gained great insight about myself, but more importantly I learnt skills that enabled me to help people find their own personal growth and wholeness. WENDY DAWSON Counsellor, Salvation Army BACHELOR OF ALCOHOL AND DRUG STUDIES

NQ

NATIONAL QUALIFICATION

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61

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CERTIFICATE IN GAMBLING AND OTHER IMPULSE CONTROL DISORDERS | L6

CERTIFICATE IN ALCOHOL AND DRUG STUDIES (SUPPORT WORK) | L5

START DATE

FEB & JULY

START DATE

FEB & JULY

START DATE

FEB & JULY

DURATION

1 YEAR (PART-TIME)

DURATION

1 YEAR (PART-TIME)

DURATION

1 YEAR (PART-TIME)

LOCATION

WELLINGTON CBD AUCKLAND CHRISTCHURCH

LOCATION

WELLINGTON CBD AUCKLAND CHRISTCHURCH HAMILTON HAWKES BAY

LOCATION

WELLINGTON CBD AUCKLAND CHRISTCHURCH HAMILTON HAWKES BAY

STUDY OPTIONS

PART-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4349

STUDY OPTIONS

PART-TIME

STUDY OPTIONS

PART-TIME

FEE GUIDE

$2,740

PROG CODE

HV4214

PROG CODE

HV4348

FEE GUIDE

$3,770

FEE GUIDE

$2,740

Guide only–subject to change.

Learn about the similarities and differences between addictive behaviours and gambling to gain a specialist understanding of impulse control disorders. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* As for Bachelor of Alcohol and Drug Studies.

Guide only–subject to change.

Develop an understanding of addictive behaviours and a practical knowledge of the management and prevention of addiction disorders. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* As for Bachelor of Alcohol and Drug Studies.

BACHELOR OF COUNSELLING | L7

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CERTIFICATE IN ALCOHOL AND DRUG YOUTH WORK | L5

START DATE

FEB & JULY

DURATION

3 YEARS (FULL-TIME)

LOCATION

WELLINGTON CBD & AUCKLAND

GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN CHILDHOOD SEXUAL ABUSE COUNSELLING | L7

FEB & JULY

DURATION

1 YEAR

DURATION

2 YEARS (FULL-TIME)

LOCATION

WELLINGTON CBD

LOCATION

WELLINGTON CBD & AUCKLAND

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL & PART-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4248

FEE GUIDE

$5,470 (YEAR 1)

PART-TIME

PROG CODE

CT3709

PROG CODE

HV4345

FEE GUIDE

$2,740

Start your life-changing career in the field of professional counselling. The Bachelor of Counselling will provide you with the opportunity to learn a wide range of leading models and approaches including one of the few deliveries of Rogerian Theory (Client Centred Practice) in New Zealand. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 42 credits at NCEA level 3, including a minimum of 14 credits at level 3 in each of three subjects, or an equivalent qualification.

CERTIFICATE IN HEALTH LEADERSHIP | L5 START DATE

FEB & JULY

DURATION

17 WEEKS

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

MODULAR

PROG CODE

HV4327

FEE GUIDE

TBA

Guide only–subject to change.

Designed to provide you with the skills to effectively manage resources within today’s health environment. The programme focuses on roles within the District Health Board (DHB) but is also suitable for those working within the wider New Zealand health sector. Includes ‘on the job’ mentoring from tutors and provides you with a valuable opportunity to network with other managers ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* Either a level 3 qualification on the National Qualifications Framework (or equivalent), and an appropriate health qualification or relevant work experience in the health sector.

DIPLOMA IN COUNSELLING APPLIED | L6 START DATE

STUDY OPTIONS

$5,470 (YEAR 1)

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* As for Bachelor of Alcohol and Drug Studies.

FEB & JULY

FULL & PART-TIME

Guide only–subject to change.

Develop your understanding of adolescent substance misuse and addictive behaviour. Gain practical skills and appropriate intervention strategies essential for working with adolescent users.

START DATE

STUDY OPTIONS

FEE GUIDE

Guide only–subject to change.

Guide only–subject to change.

Provides practising counsellors requiring an accredited programme with the knowledge and skills to work competently, safely and ethically with clients who have experienced sexual abuse and suffered psychological and emotional consequences. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* Applicants are required to have an undergraduate degree or an equivalent qualification, a minimum of two years full-time employment in a relevant field and to be a member of a relevant accredited professional organisation.

Guide only–subject to change.

Comprising the first two years of the Bachelor of Counselling, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of counselling models and approaches. You also have the option to take two additional papers to gain a double diploma, becoming qualified in both counselling and career counselling. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* As for Bachelor of Counselling.


DIPLOMA IN HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY: HAUORA HINENGARO | L5

CERTIFICATE IN SUPERVISION (HUMAN SERVICES) | L5

START DATE

FEB & JULY

START DATE

TBA

DURATION

1 YEAR (FULL-TIME)

DURATION

17 WEEKS

LOCATION

WELLINGTON CBD AUCKLAND CHRISTCHURCH

STUDY OPTIONS

2 BLOCK COURSES

PROG CODE

HV4336

FEE GUIDE

$1,230

LOCATION STUDY OPTIONS PROG CODE FEE GUIDE

Guide only–subject to change.

PETONE (With some study in Wellington CBD)

FULL & PART-TIME HV4314 $4,150

Explore your career options with health psychology. Designed for students who are returning to study, this introductory programme provides you with the opportunity to discover more about yourself and your interests. Health Psychology will take you on a journey to explore how our attitudes, and those expressed by friends, family and the media influence our health. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 36 credits at NCEA level 2 in three subjects, or an equivalent qualification.

CERTIFICATE IN TRAUMA STUDIES | L4 START DATE

FEB, JULY & NOV

DURATION

17 WEEKS (PART-TIME)

Guide only–subject to change.

A sound theoretical and practical foundation in the knowledge and skills required for supervisory practice within a human services environment. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 42 credits at NCEA level 3, including a minimum of 14 credits at level 3 in each of two subjects, or an equivalent qualification. Applicants are also required to have a minimum of two years full-time employment (or equivalent) in a relevant human services field and a minimum of 20 hours experience of being supervised. Access to supervisees required.

BACHELOR OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENT | L7 ** JULY

DURATION

3 YEARS

(With workshops in Wellington, Auckland or Christchurch)

LOCATION

PETONE & WELLINGTON

STUDY OPTIONS

PART-TIME

STUDY OPTIONS

PROG CODE

HV4335

FEE GUIDE

$570

Guide only–subject to change.

DISTANCE LEARNING

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* A level 3 qualification or its equivalent on the National Qualifications Framework.

FULL-TIME (WITH PART-TIME OPTIONS AVAILABLE)

PROG CODE

TBA

FEE GUIDE

TBA

Guide only–subject to change.

Become better prepared to provide support in crisis situations with training in trauma studies. The certificate provides you with an excellent introduction to the topic of trauma studies, with the option to continue to complete three additional papers to gain a Diploma in Trauma Management. Throughout the programme you’ll explore the common responses to loss, change and grief and learn about the impact of trauma on the individual and the group.

START DATE

FEB, JULY & NOV

DURATION

1 YEAR (PART-TIME)

LOCATION

Based on national standards, developed in close collaboration with industry, and committed to a Treaty partnership approach the Bachelor of Youth Development has been designed to develop confident and capable practitioners for modern youth services.

DISTANCE LEARNING

(With workshops in Wellington, Auckland or Christchurch)

STUDY OPTIONS

PART-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4332

FEE GUIDE

$1,440

Guide only–subject to change.

START DATE

LOCATION

DIPLOMA IN TRAUMA MANAGEMENT | L5

Gain a deeper understanding of the effect of trauma in a crisis situation with studies in Trauma Management. Through this programme you’ll discuss and describe appropriate responses to critical incidence scenarios and increase your overall understanding of trauma and its impact on the individual psyche. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* A Level 4 qualification or its equivalent on the National Qualifications Framework. Students will need to be working in either paid or voluntary work with people and groups who are experiencing trauma.

NATIONAL BACHELOR IN SOCIAL WORK ** NQ

national qualification

This National Degree is being developed by the Social Services Industry Training Organisation and is planned to be offered by WelTec in 2012/2013**. The programme will equip you to work as a social worker in a wide range of fields including addictions, child, youth and family services, aged care and mental health. This degree is practically based and provides the educational and practical learning opportunities to develop competent practitioners who will be able to meet the competencies of the Social Workers Registration Board (SWRB).

You’ll learn about the social and psychological development of youth, and how to apply the latest positive development and strengths-based approaches to your practice with individuals, groups and communities.

The knowledge I have gained at WelTec has been invaluable, it has enabled me to do the work I am currently employed to do. SHARON GOODIER | Graduate BACHELOR OF COUNSELLING

NQ

NATIONAL QUALIFICATION

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61

** SUBJECT TO ACADEMIC APPROVAL

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Automotive Technology Automotive Engineering | Motorcycle Engineering Automotive Electrical/Electronics | Refinishing Spraypainting | Panelbeating | Diesel Engineering Learn in a state-of-the-art Autotronics Lab and specialist automotive workshops with the latest equipment. Complete work experience placements throughout your studies to gain invaluable experience and assist you to find employment upon completion. Many of our qualifications include City and Guilds certificates and diplomas, which are recognised in over 140 countries around the world. WelTec is a preferred provider of automotive engineering programmes by the Motor Industry Training Organisation (MITO).

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LEVEL 4 LEVEL 2 Certificate

Certificate


CERTIFICATE IN AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY | L4

CERTIFICATE IN AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY | STRANDS

START DATE

FEB

LIGHT VEHICLE Incorporates the following qualifications:

DURATION

3 YEARS

 City and Guilds Diploma in Vehicle Maintenance and Repair (Light Vehicle)

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

YEAR 1 & 2: FULL-TIME YEAR 3: PART-TIME

 City and Guilds Advanced Diploma in Vehicle Maintenance and Repair (Light Vehicle)

PROG CODE

HV4420

FEE GUIDE

$5,750 (YEAR 1)

Guide only–subject to change.

NQ

+ $750 course related costs

this certificate includes City & Guilds qualifications The Certificate in Automotive Technology offers a common first year with the option of specialising in your second year in Light Vehicle, Motorcycle, Electrical and Electronics or Heavy Vehicle. Develop your knowledge of automotive electrical and electronics, engines, body and auxiliary systems, fuel systems, power transmission, suspension and controls in specialised workshops using some unique high-tech equipment, including our Autotronics Lab.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS*

 National Certificate in Motor Industry (Entry Skills) (L2)  National Certificate in Automotive Engineering (L4) Designed for those wanting a career as an automotive engineer. Develop your diagnostic skills working in our specialist Autotronics Lab and put theory into practice on our fleet of vehicles, where you will inspect and diagnose vehicles for faults, repair or replace any faulty parts or systems and service and tune engines. HEAVY VEHICLE Gain expertise working on a wide range of heavy vehicles including trucks, buses, earth-moving equipment and agricultural equipment. Learn how to diagnose vehicle faults, dismantle engines or other parts, repair or replace faulty parts, service heavy automotive equipment, adjust engines and electronics and understand regulations and safety standards.

12 credits at NCEA level 1 in literacy and numeracy or equivalent knowledge/experience. Applicants may be required to attend an interview as part of the selection process. Required: Class 1 NZ Drivers Licence - minimum is a Restricted Licence.

CERTIFICATE IN AUTOMOTIVE PAINT AND PANEL | L2 START DATE

MARCH

DURATION

34 WEEKS

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

Three days per week with one day self directed study and one day work experience.

NQ

PROG CODE

HV4451

FEE GUIDE

$5,850 (plus $1000 course costs)

Guide only–subject to change.

Designed to prepare you for employment as an apprentice panelbeater or refinisher, the Certificate in Automotive Paint and Panel (Level 2) will provide you with foundation spray-painting and panel repair skills to start your career. With strands in panelbeating and refinishing you can choose to specialise in your area of interest. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* Open entry.

The Autotronics Lab, with its fault simulation capabilities provides a high-tech approach to automotive diagnostics. The system is a smart mix of computers, demonstrators and simulation panels all networked to a dedicated server. The lab provides you with the advanced technical knowledge and experience needed to equip you for careers in today’s automotive industry.

FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT You will learn in purpose-built facilities that have been designed to encourage and support you throughout your studies. You will have access to the latest automotive technologies including New Zealand’s first Autotronics training lab and gain experience working on real vehicles as part of your course work. Our facilities include:  Autotronics lab  Panelbeating workshop  Refinishing workshop  Refinishing spray booth  Automotive workshops  Transmission workshop  Engine room  Motorcycle workshop  Virtual Spray Painter

NQ

NATIONAL QUALIFICATION

National Certificate in Motor Industry (Entry Skills) (L2)   National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Electrical Engineering) (L4) This programme includes fundamentals in tuning, engine operation, diagnosis and repair and electronic/electrical control systems on vehicles. Learn how to use diagnostic equipment to locate electrical and electronic faults, repair and replace automotive electrical systems and engine management systems. MOTORCYCLE Incorporates the following qualifications:  City and Guilds Diploma in Vehicle Maintenance and Repair (Motorcycle)  National Certificate in Motor Industry (Motorcycle) (L4)  City and Guilds Advanced Diploma in Vehicle Maintenance and Repair (Motorcycle) The only qualification of its type in New Zealand – this programme is designed to cover areas of motorcycle engineering including diagnosing and repairing mechanical faults, installing systems and accessories, servicing and adjusting motorcycles to improve performance and electrical and electronic components. You will learn in a workshop designed specifically to teach motorcycle engineering and in our purpose-built Autotronics Lab.

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FULL-TIME

ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS Incorporates the following qualifications:

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61


Built Environment Architectural Draughting | Construction Management | Quantity Surveying | Building Surveying Designed by industry for industry, you’ll get a qualification that is recognised and relevant nationwide. Take on real-world projects, go on site visits and listen to visiting industry specialists. Take your drawings to the next level with training in ArchiCAD and get free student software.

LEVEL 6 LEVEL 5 Certificate

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National Diploma


NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY | L6

NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN QUANTITY SURVEYING | L6

NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT | L6

START DATE

FEB

START DATE

FEB

START DATE

FEB

DURATION

2 YEARS (FULL-TIME)

DURATION

2 YEARS (FULL-TIME)

DURATION

2 YEARS (FULL-TIME)

LOCATION

PETONE

LOCATION

PETONE

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL & PART-TIME

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL & PART-TIME

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL & PART-TIME

PROG CODE

ND0357

PROG CODE

ND0358

PROG CODE

ND5352

FEE GUIDE

$4,820 (YEAR 2)

FEE GUIDE

$5,320

Guide only–subject to change.

NQ

Programme content includes: developing building concepts; preparing working drawings for residential, commercial and industrial buildings; and evaluating principles of architectural design. Meets the academic requirements of the New Zealand Institute of Building and allows you to become an associate member of the Design Association of New Zealand. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* NCEA Level 2 with a minimum of 12 credits in each of mathematics, English and a science subject. Applicants with prior academic or industry experience (carpentry, joinery and plumbing) may also gain entry into the programme.

FEE GUIDE

Guide only–subject to change.

NQ

$5,500

Guide only–subject to change.

NQ

Programme content includes: tendering for work; estimating and cost planning; and valuing building works for quantity surveying. Meets the academic requirements of the New Zealand Institute of Building and affiliate membership of the New Zealand Institute of Quantity Surveyors.

Programme content includes: tendering; management of construction programmes; planning; health and safety; and site management. Meets the academic requirements for the New Zealand Institute of Building Surveyors and New Zealand Institute of Building.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* Refer to National Diploma in Architectural Technology (L6).

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* Refer to National Diploma in Architectural Technology (L6).

Student Work by Kenneth Landall

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN CONSTRUCTION (SUPERVISOR) | L5 START DATE

VARIOUS

DURATION

2 YEARS

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

PART-TIME

PROG CODE

NC1131

FEE GUIDE

$2,240 (YEAR 1)

Guide only–subject to change.

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NQ

Learn practical skills in: principles of supervision for a construction site; supervising sub-trades; supervising installation of building site excavation support systems; building construction methods; survey requirements for the set-out of buildings; outline construction programme for a project. Includes the National Certificate in Construction Leading Hand (Level 4). ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* National Certificate in Carpentry or equivalent.

TAKE YOUR DRAWING TO THE NEXT DIMENSION Short courses in ArchiCAD I and ArchiCAD II will teach you how to produce architectural drawings and create 3D digital models using computer aided design software commonly used in the construction industry. FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL 0800 935 832 OR VISIT WWW.WELTEC.AC.NZ

The support at WelTec is fantastic – the tutors have an amazing amount of knowledge and years of experience and there was always someone to go to if you needed help. EMMA GILBERTSON Estimator, Richardson Drilling NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN QUANTITY SURVEYING

NQ

NATIONAL QUALIFICATION

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61


Business Management Accounting | Human Resources | Management Marketing | Administration | Secretarial Office Technology | Reception | Office Management Our programmes are applied in nature to ensure your qualification is relevant, practical and in-demand by employers. Our strong links with industry mean you will have the opportunity to work on projects with and for industry. Our programmes give you the flexibility to study full-time or part-time at our Petone or Wellington CBD Campuses. Learn from industry-experienced tutors who are experts in their respective fields.

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LEVEL 6 LEVEL 5 Diploma

Diploma


NZ DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS | L6 START DATE DURATION

FEB, JULY & NOV 2 YEARS (FULL-TIME)

LOCATION

WELLINGTON CBD & PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL & PART-TIME

PROG CODE FEE GUIDE

Guide only–subject to change.

NC5121

START DATE

FEB, JULY & NOV

DURATION

2 YEARS (FULL-TIME)

LOCATION

WELLINGTON CBD & PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL & PART-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4367

FEE GUIDE

$3,860

NQ

$4,070 (YEAR 1)

Choose from a variety of courses that cover a comprehensive range of business subject areas. You may opt for courses that give you a broad range of business skills or combine courses that will prepare you for a more specialised role in accountancy, marketing, human resources or management. Options include special pathways into workplace applied diplomas. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 50 credits at NCEA level 2 with at least 12 credits in each of three subjects, including at least eight literacy (reading and writing) credits at level 2 or an equivalent qualification.

NZIM DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT | L5 START DATE

FEB, JULY & NOV

DURATION

34 WEEKS (FULL-TIME)

LOCATION

WELLINGTON CBD & PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL & PART-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4369

FEE GUIDE

$3,860

Guide only–subject to change.

DIPLOMA IN ACCOUNTING (ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN) | L6

NQ

To study in this programme you will need to enrol in NZ Diploma in Business courses. A broad-based qualification of six NZ Diploma in Business papers, four of which are compulsory. Often studied concurrently with the NZ Diploma in Business. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 50 credits at NCEA level 2 with at least 12 credits in each of three subjects, including at least eight literacy (reading and writing) credits at level 2 or an equivalent qualification.

Guide only–subject to change.

NQ

To study in this programme you will need to enrol in NZ Diploma in Business courses. This 12-course qualification provides the academic requirements for entry into the College of Accounting Technicians of the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 50 credits at NCEA level 2 with at least 12 credits in each of three subjects, including at least eight literacy (reading and writing) credits at level 2 or an equivalent qualification.

FEB, JULY & NOV

DURATION

1½ YEARS (FULL-TIME)

LOCATION

WELLINGTON CBD & PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL & PART-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4368

FEE GUIDE

$3,860

The Diploma in Marketing is an eight-course programme focusing on marketing, sales and communication. You will learn how to apply marketing functions to business planning/operations and to undertake a range of specialised activities in marketing roles. Gain an insight into marketing and sales practice, marketing planning and strategy, buyer behaviour and market research, and develop core generic business skills with optional papers in other areas to complement your studies. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 50 credits at NCEA level 2 with at least 12 credits in each of three subjects, including at least eight literacy (reading and writing) credits at level 2 or an equivalent qualification.

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN FINANCIAL SERVICES (FINANCIAL ADVICE) | L5 START DATE

MARCH & JULY

DURATION

17 WEEKS

LOCATION

WELLINGTON CBD, PETONE & AUCKLAND

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL & PART-TIME

PROG CODE

NC1476

FEE GUIDE

$3,213

Guide only–subject to change.

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NQ

This nationally recognised qualification is designed for people in the financial services sector who are working or seeking work as a financial adviser, and who specialise in investment advice, insurance advice or residential property lending advice. The programme will be delivered in a blended way which means attendance at timetabled facilitation sessions and completing assessment via the WelTec e-learning system. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* You must be employed in the Financial Services Sector and have basic computer literacy. In addition you must satisfy Academic and English Language criteria.

BRIAN FAITELE Assistant Generation Accountant NEW ZEALAND DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS STUDIES GRADUATE

NATIONAL QUALIFICATION

START DATE

Guide only–subject to change.

The New Zealand Diploma in Business was a great course; it included the type of work that I was doing day to day so it was very practical. I also found it to be really flexible.

NQ

DIPLOMA IN MARKETING | L6

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61

COMING SOON Graduate Diplomas in Business

n Business Strategy n Human Resources n Hospitality Management

Contact us to register your interest

n 0800 WELTEC n studentadvisors@weltec.ac.nz


Business Administration Administration | Secretarial | Office Technology Reception | Office Management Our programmes are applied in nature to ensure your qualification is relevant, practical and in-demand by employers. Our strong links with industry mean you will have the opportunity to work on projects with and for industry. Your experience will be as close to the real world as it gets. Learn from industry-experienced tutors who are experts in their respective fields.

LEVEL 4 LEVEL 3

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Certificate

Certificate


NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION | L4

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND COMPUTING | L3

START DATE

FEB & JULY

START DATE

FEB & JULY

DURATION

17 WEEKS

DURATION

17 WEEKS

LOCATION

PETONE

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

PROG CODE

NC0634

PROG CODE

NC0633

FEE GUIDE

TBA

FEE GUIDE

TBA

Guide only–subject to change.

NQ

An advanced level of study for those seeking a career in the office environment. It features applied learning in business administration and office functions, team skills and supporting computer applications. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 48 credits in NCEA Level 1 including 8 credits in literacy (reading and writing) and 8 credits in numeracy (maths).

CERTIFICATE IN SECRETARIAL COMPUTER APPLICATIONS | L3 START DATE

FEB & JULY

DURATION

17 WEEKS

LOCATION

WELLINGTON CBD

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4165

FEE GUIDE

$2,610

Guide only–subject to change.

An ideal qualification for those wanting to learn current computing applications and/or update existing skills. Also appropriate for graduates/ professionals wanting ‘work ready’ computing skills to increase employment opportunities here and overseas. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 12 NCEA level 1 credits in literacy or equivalent qualification/experience.

Guide only–subject to change.

NQ

An intermediate level of study to develop existing skills and prepare you for a career in an office environment. Features ‘work ready’ skills in business administration, customer service, team skills and computer applications. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 8 level 1 NCEA credits in literacy (reading and writing) and 8 NCEA Level 1 credits in numeracy (maths) or equivalent qualifications/experience.

My experience at WelTec gave me an edge. I really enjoyed the small classes and friendly teaching staff. I felt like I was producing work that I’d actually be using in the workplace. ALICE CHADWICK Product Developer, Stotts Cengage Education CERTIFICATE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (L4)

NQ

NATIONAL QUALIFICATION

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61

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Construction Trades Carpentry | Plumbing and Gasfitting Painting and Decorating | Brick and Blocklaying Tiling | Hard Surface Construction We offer the widest range of trade training in the Wellington region and are New Zealand’s largest provider of Industry Training Organisation (ITO) training. Our leading-edge facilities are second to none, with unique trade simulation equipment. Learn in an environment that is as close to the real world as possible, with on-site experience to ensure you have the right set of skills. We work closely with industry to ensure that our programmes are relevant, up to date and practically based.

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LEVEL 5 LEVEL 4 LEVEL 3 LEVEL 2 Certificate

Certificate

Certificate

Certificate


NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN CONSTRUCTION (SUPERVISOR) | L5 START DATE

VARIOUS

START DATE

VARIOUS

DURATION

2 YEARS

DURATION

VARIES

LOCATION

PETONE

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

PART-TIME

STUDY OPTIONS

FLEXIBLE

PROG CODE

NC1131

PROG CODE

NC0016

FEE GUIDE

$2,230 (YEAR 1)

FEE GUIDE

$1,130 (YEAR 1)

Guide only–subject to change.

NQ

Gain advanced technical skills including: knowledge of construction methods; drawing and specifications; principles of building design; weatherproofing systems; exterior cladding; non-structural exterior finishes; building enactments; and operation of a building project. You will also develop: supervisory skills; on-site administration and supervision; implementing safety plans; time management; communication and leadership skills. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* To enter into this programme you will need to have completed the National Certificate in Carpentry or equivalent.

THE HOUSE WELTEC BUILT Students on WelTec’s one-year pre-trade carpentry programme build a house from the ground up each year, to get real hands-on experience of the building industry. The students do everything from the foundations up, with close supervision from our experienced tutors.

NQ

NATIONAL QUALIFICATION

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN CARPENTRY | L4

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61

Guide only–subject to change.

NQ

Combine employment and practical learning on site with class tutorials, workshop instruction and regular on-site assessment by WelTec Carpentry tutors. You will be guided through the theory requirements with part-time study offered in the evenings. Put the theory into practice on the building site, supported by our teaching staff with on-site visits with you and your employer. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* To enter into this programme you will need to be employed full-time in the building industry.

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CERTIFICATE IN CARPENTRY | L3 START DATE

FEB & JULY

DURATION

34 WEEKS

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4433

FEE GUIDE

$5,440

Guide only–subject to change.

Learn a mix of theory and practical skills. On the building site you’ll learn about framing, roofing, cladding, foundations, internal linings, fitting windows and hanging doors. Gain an understanding of the health and safety issues in the building industry, and increase your knowledge of building codes and regulations. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* You will need to achieve the literacy and numeracy requirements for NCEA Level 1 with a minimum of 8 credits in literacy and 8 credits in numeracy.

INTRODUCTION TO HARD SURFACE CONSTRUCTION | L4

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CERTIFICATE IN PLUMBING AND GASFITTING | L3 START DATE

FEB & JULY

DURATION

17 WEEKS

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4431

FEE GUIDE

$2,770

Guide only–subject to change.

Learn how to use plumbing hand tools and equipment in a purpose built workshop. Learn about: Installation and maintenance; appliances; fixtures and fittings. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* You will need to achieve the literacy and numeracy requirements for NCEA Level 1 with a minimum of 8 credits in literacy and 8 credits in numeracy.

CERTIFICATE IN BRICK AND BLOCKLAYING | L3

START DATE

OCTOBER

START DATE

FEB

DURATION

4 WEEKS

DURATION

17 WEEKS

LOCATION

PETONE

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4430

PROG CODE

HV4428

FEE GUIDE

$720

FEE GUIDE

$2,860

Guide only–subject to change.

This course will provide a solid introduction into paving and will equip you with practical skills and to apply your knowledge. Lean about: Paving techniques and design. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* You will need to achieve the literacy and numeracy requirements for NCEA Level 1 with a minimum of 8 credits in literacy and 8 credits in numeracy.

Guide only–subject to change.

CERTIFICATE IN TILING | L2

NQ

START DATE

JULY

DURATION

13 WEEKS

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4429

FEE GUIDE

$2,150

Guide only–subject to change.

Designed for those wanting to learn a skill in bricklaying and blocklaying. You will learn in our purpose built workshops how to design and draw bricklaying plans, consult with clients and work on a range of practical projects. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* You will need to achieve the literacy and numeracy requirements for NCEA Level 1 with a minimum of 8 credits in literacy and 8 credits in numeracy.

NQ

This course will provide you with a solid introduction into tiling and equip you with real skills and to apply your knowledge. Learn about: Tiling technique and design. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* You will need to achieve the literacy and numeracy requirements for NCEA Level 1 with a minimum of 8 credits in literacy and 8 credits in numeracy.

“I enrolled at WelTec because I wanted an edge.The pre-trade course is NZQA recognised and has a mix of theory and practice to prepare you for the industry.” GORDON BUCHANAN Peter Geusebroek Painting CERTIFICATE IN PRE-TRADE PAINTING


NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN PAINTING (UP-SKILLING) | L3

CERTIFICATE IN APPLIED DECORATING SKILLS | L3

CERTIFICATE IN PRE-TRADE PAINTING | L2

START DATE

VARIOUS

START DATE

JULY

START DATE

FEB & JULY

DURATION

1 YEAR (STAGE ONE) 1 YEAR (STAGE TWO)

DURATION

17 WEEKS

DURATION

17 WEEKS

LOCATION

PETONE

LOCATION

PETONE

LOCATION

VARIES

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

STUDY OPTIONS

WORKPLACE & DISTANCE PROG CODE

HV4478

PROG CODE

HV4342

PROG CODE

NC1071

$2,590

FEE GUIDE

$1,125 (STAGE ONE) $1,200 (STAGE TWO)

$2,790

FEE GUIDE

Guide only–subject to change.

FEE GUIDE

Guide only–subject to change.

Guide only–subject to change.

An introduction to the decorating industry. You will gain skills in hanging wallpaper and friezes, specialised and vinyl wall coverings, spray coating and decorative colour effects and glazing. Students will use work experience to reinforce learning and skills developed in the programme.

An introduction to the painting industry. You will gain skills in scaffolding, surface preparation, paint application, planning and organisation, customer service and related introductory skills. You will work on practical projects to learn how to complete a job to the highest standard.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* You will need to achieve the literacy and numeracy requirements for NCEA Level 1 with a minimum of 8 credits in literacy and 8 credits in numeracy.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* You will need to achieve the literacy and numeracy requirements for NCEA Level 1 with a minimum of 8 credits in literacy and 8 credits in numeracy.

GASFITTING UPSKILLING COURSES**

SPECIALISED AND VINYL WALL COVERINGS

WALLPAPER AND FRIEZES

These 2-hour refresher classes assist gasfitters to acquire the credits needed to renew their practising licences. Classes will only be run to satisfy demand, and topics may include pre-installation compliance checks, pipe sizing, testing and purging, commissioning appliances, flues and ventilation and basic fault-finding.

Develop the knowledge and skills you need to identify, prepare and hang specialised and vinyl wall coverings in this stand-alone short course. You’ll learn describe wall covering types and characteristics, prepare surfaces, apply adhesives, hang coverings and remedy faults.

Our Wallpaper and Friezes course is a stand-alone programme, designed for people wishing to gain certification in this component of decorating. You’ll develop knowledge and skills in the preparation of interior surfaces, hanging of plain, patterned and textured coverings and safe working practices.

This programme runs for one week at the Petone campus and is open entry for painters in the industry.

This programme runs for one week at the Petone campus and is open entry for painters in the industry.

Designed for people already working in the painting industry, wanting a formal qualification. Practical learning will primarily be in the workplace. Theory will be covered via a distance learning component, with onsite assessment to evaluate your practical skills. The optional strands allow for areas of specialisation and further skill development. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* Applicants must be employed in the painting and decorating industry. They must have at least seven years experience in the painting and decorating industry and will need to complete an evidence template.

CONSTRUCTION TRADES | SHORT COURSES

PLUMBING AND GASFITTING REGISTRATION THEORY EVENING CLASSES Two theory courses to help eligible candidates prepare for the Registration examinations set by the Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers Board, usually held in June and November. The 2-hour classes will be held on two different evenings per week for 12 weeks, to allow you the option of taking either one or both in the same year. PREPARATION FOR CRAFTSMAN PLUMBING AND GASFITTING EXAMINATION

SPRAYCOATING Our Spray Coating course is a stand-alone programme, endorsed by Graco. It is designed for people wishing to gain a qualification in conventional and airless spray techniques. Learn about airless spray systems, conventional spray systems and gain NZQA Unit Standards 97 and 100. This programme runs for one week at the Petone campus and is open entry for painters in the industry.

For start dates contact 0800 WELTEC (935 832) or visit www.weltec.ac.nz

For those seeking to become a craftsman plumber/ gasfitter, WelTec’s comprehensive certificate programmes will prepare you for the craftsman examinations set by the Plumbers Gasfitters and Drainlayers Board. This programme is intended for people who are New Zealand registered plumbers or gasfitters with less than one year of work experience in the industry. SOLAR WATER HEATING INSTALLATION The Certificate in Solar Water Heating Installation provides additional skills for Registered and Craftsman Plumbers to be recognised as qualified installers of solar water heater systems. Learn to install different types of solar hot water heating systems and work within the plumbing standards and codes of compliance. Includes: Solar hot water heating systems and installations; plumbing standards and codes of compliance; design principles; building consent requirements; and health and safety.

NQ

NATIONAL QUALIFICATION

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61

** SUBJECT TO ACADEMIC APPROVAL

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Creative Technologies Cultural Design | Digital Media | Interior Design Visual Arts | Product Design Engineering Explore your creative spark with exciting, intensive and challenging art and design studies. Get a dynamic mix of practical skills, theory and research through interdisciplinary projects and collaborative teams. Taught by tutors and guest lectures from companies including WETA, Pukeko Productions, Saatchi and Saatchi, Sky Television, Grow Wellington, Film Wellington, New Zealand Institute of Screen Innovation and Nextspace. Grow with the right advice – our teaching staff are both expert tutors and award-winning practising artists.

LEVEL 7

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LEVEL 6 LEVEL 4 LEVEL 3

Diploma

Certificate

Certificate

‘Decline’ - mixed media on paper. Artwork by Krysta Stevenson-Wright.

Bachelor Degree


BACHELOR OF CREATIVE TECHNOLOGIES | L7 START DATE

FEB & JULY

DURATION

3 YEARS (FULL-TIME)

LOCATION

WGTN & PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL & PART-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4399

FEE GUIDE

$5,720 (YEAR 1)

Guide only–subject to change.

Offering five different majors, this degree is designed to equip you for the ever-changing creative industries. The programme has a large practical component, including collaborative practice and industry-relevant projects. You will be able to choose elective courses from other areas to build your ideal qualification. You can mix interior design with photography, visual arts with web design – the choice is yours! ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* A minimum of 42 credits at NCEA level 3 (with at least 2 subjects scoring a minimum of 14 credits) over a maximum of 4 subjects. A minimum of 12 NCEA credits must be achieved at level 2 English and 14 NCEA credits at level 1 maths, with a minimum of 24 credits at level 3 in NCEA art, design or technology subjects; or have successfully completed the Certificate in Creative Technologies (Level 4). You will also be required to submit a portfolio of creative work as part of the enrolment process. Regan Uili

BACHELOR OF CREATIVE TECHNOLOGIES (BCT) | MAJORS VISUAL ARTS Majoring in visual arts will allow you to develop an individual and contemporary approach to your own art and creative ideas. You will become a creative problem solver who can adapt and utilise a range of traditional and new mediums as well as innovative technologies. DIGITAL MEDIA Offering specialisation in animation, print, digital film and television, web media, audio engineering and photography, the BCT majoring in Digital Media allows you to select courses that complement each other and that allow you to develop exponentially as a designer. PRODUCT DESIGN ENGINEERING** The development of new products relies on precision engineering and design. This major has been developed to give you a broad range of research, development, engineering design and project management skills to ensure that you can create, adapt and deliver designs to meet project and product objectives.

COMING SOON n Graduate Diploma in

NQ

Creative Technologies

NATIONAL QUALIFICATION

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61

27 INTERIOR DESIGN Learning to think, debate, explore and constantly push boundaries in design are recurring themes in this major. You will learn the theory of design and become absorbed in creating your own building, furniture and interior environment designs. CULTURAL DESIGN This major introduces a strong and valuable Maori component to the programme to develop your understanding of concepts as expressed in Te Reo Maori (Maori language) and your understanding of the morals, ethics and spiritual values of Iwi and Hapu. It applies indigenous design structures and world views to the cultural contexts of design methodologies and technologies from a traditional and contemporary perspective. NO SPECIFIED MAJOR This allows you to build your ideal qualification by selecting courses across the BCT majors.

I choose WelTec as I wanted a programme that took a hands-on approach to learning. Through WelTec I learnt a lot and have had the opportunity to engage with amazing film makers and artists. TALALELEI SUAILUA

BACHELOR OF VISUAL ARTS GRADUATE, NOW

THE BACHELOR OF CREATIVE TECHNOLOGIES

** SUBJECT TO APPROVAL


Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up. PABLO PICASSO

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DIPLOMA IN CREATIVE TECHNOLOGIES | L6

CERTIFICATE IN CREATIVE TECHNOLOGIES | L4

CERTIFICATE IN DESIGN (SKILLS & TECHNOLOGIES) | L3

START DATE

MARCH

START DATE

FEB, JULY & NOV

START DATE

FEB, JULY & NOV

DURATION

2 YEARS (FULL-TIME)

DURATION

17 WEEKS

DURATION

17 WEEKS

LOCATION

WGTN & PETONE

LOCATION

WGTN & PETONE

LOCATION

WGTN & PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL & PART-TIME

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4399

PROG CODE

HV4455

PROG CODE

HV4454

$5,720 (YEAR 1)

FEE GUIDE

$2,490

FEE GUIDE

$2,390

FEE GUIDE

Guide only–subject to change.

The diploma is made up of the first two years of the Bachelor of Creative Technologies. It allows specialisation in Visual Arts, Interior Design, Digital Media and Cultural Design. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* As for Bachelor of Creative Technologies.

Guide only–subject to change.

The Certificate in Creative Technologies will be invaluable in preparing you for higher-level study in the area of creative technologies, including WelTec’s Bachelor of Creative Technologies. This programme will provide you with essential creative design skills across the disciplines of art and design. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* A minimum of 36 credits in NCEA level 2, with at least 12 credits in each of 2 subjects or the Certificate in Design Level 3, with a pass in portfolio. You will also be required to submit a portfolio of creative work and attend an interview as part of the enrolment process.

Guide only–subject to change.

Learn fundamental art and design method and build core skills in Creative Technologies. The Certificate in Design will provide you with a structured introduction to Creative Technologies. This programme will develop your understanding of contemporary skills, methodologies and processes relevant to producing creative work across the disciplines of visual arts, interior design and digital media (graphic, web, animation and film design). ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* This programme has open entry. However previous experience in art or design is desirable.


KERRY PROCTOR AUDIO VISUAL PROJECT

AMANDA CLARKE

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SAID CONSTANTINE

With such a wide range of technical expertise to draw on, the Creative Technologies tutors really encourage you to explore your own creativity. EMILY PITA

BACHELOR OF DESIGN (INTERIOR) GRADUATE, NOW

THE BACHELOR OF CREATIVE TECHNOLOGIES

BeST GOLD AWARD WINNER 2009

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61


Engineering Electrical Engineering | Civil Engineering Production Engineering | Mechanical Engineering Electronics | Telecommunications Machining and Fabrication | Welding WelTec has close links with industry to ensure our programmes are up to date with the latest industry advancements and employer needs. Our tutors are industry professionals, with a wealth of knowledge and experience in the areas they teach. You will learn on specialist equipment including a mechatronics production and automation lab, 3D scanner and digitiser, state of the art visualisation and realisation equipment, prototypers, CNC machining centres, vacuum casting facility and Computer Aided Design labs. Through various projects you will have the opportunity to work for real clients on real-world projects and connect with WelTec’s Centre for Smart Product.

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LEVEL 7 LEVEL 6 LEVEL 5 LEVEL 4 LEVEL 3 LEVEL 2 Certificate

National Certificate

National Certificate

National Certificate

National Diploma NZ Diploma

Bachelor Degree


BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY | L7

NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL) | L6

START DATE

FEB

START DATE

FEB

DURATION

3 YEARS (FULL-TIME)

DURATION

2 YEARS (FULL-TIME)

LOCATION

PETONE

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL & PART-TIME

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL & PART-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4448

PROG CODE

ND0534

FEE GUIDE

$5,460 (YEAR 1)

FEE GUIDE

$5,250 (YEAR 1)

Guide only–subject to change.

NQ

This degree is a nationally-led qualification, developed in a partnership comprising six of the largest Institutes of Technology in New Zealand. This qualification forms the basis for a career as an Engineering Technologist ­– an area in huge demand across New Zealand and around the world. Engineering technologists apply current and emerging technologies, often in new contexts, or apply established principles in the development of new practice. It is an area that suits students who are looking to combine both the engineering theory aspect of a career with the applied and practical component. This degree will be offered with majors in Civil, Mechanical and Electrical. BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY | MAJORS CIVIL With strands in Water and Waste. MECHANICAL ELECTRICAL With strands in Computer Engineering, Computer Network Engineering, and Mechatronics. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* A minimum of 42 credits at NCEA level 3 or higher, made up of:  a minimum of 14 credits in physics, and 14 credits in mathematics – algebra and/or calculus  14 credits at level 3 or higher taken from one or two additional domains on the National Qualifications Framework  a minimum of 8 literacy credits at level 2 or higher in English or Te Reo Maori; 4 credits must be in reading and 4 credits must be in writing.

Guide only–subject to change.

NQ

Develop the expertise needed to gain employment in engineering, where the application of analytical, industrial laboratory and/or fieldwork skills are required. Includes fluid mechanics; strength of materials; theory of machines; electrical/electronic principles; engineering drawings/design; materials; and manufacturing processes. Graduates may also cross-credit towards the Bachelor of Engineering Technology. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS*  Eight credits at NCEA level 1 in English, 12 credits at NCEA level 2 or above in maths and either  12 credits at NCEA level 2 or above in physics; or  24 credits at level 2 or above in any of the following: computing, mechanical engineering, English, accounting, design – graphic communication, electronics technology, technology, biology, chemistry, physics, science, economics, geography or history; or equivalent. Students with equivalent academic qualifications or experience may also apply.

31 TECHNOLOGY CADETSHIPS WelTec has introduced Technology Cadetships.These are designed to give cadets a route into a range of exciting careers and to address a nationwide shortage of professionals in the technician and technology industries. For more information see page 51 of this prospectus.

Students with other academic qualifications similar to or higher than the above may also apply (may include University B Bursary with 45% or more in both Physics and Calculus or Algebra equivalent or Cambridge score equivalent International Baccalaureate).

The tutors are very much in tune with industry standards and the facilities are fantastic. MICHAEL PONTING Cadet, OnTrack DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING

NQ

NATIONAL QUALIFICATION

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61


NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING (ELECTROTECHNOLOGY) | L6

CERTIFICATE IN ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC INDUSTRY SKILLS | L2

START DATE

FEB

START DATE

FEB

START DATE

FEB

DURATION

2 YEARS (FULL-TIME)

DURATION

2 YEARS (FULL-TIME)

DURATION

34 WEEKS

LOCATION

PETONE

LOCATION

PETONE

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL & PART-TIME

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL & PART-TIME

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

PROG CODE

ND1313

PROG CODE

HV4307

PROG CODE

HV4177

FEE GUIDE

$5,750 (YEAR 1)

FEE GUIDE

$4,890

Guide only–subject to change.

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NZ DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING (CIVIL) | L6

NQ

FEE GUIDE

Guide only–subject to change.

NQ

$5,750 (YEAR 1)

Engineering technicians are typically associated with the development, manufacture, installation, servicing and repair of electrical and electronic engineering systems, products and components. This diploma is an ideal qualification for those looking for a solid grounding. It is also well suited to people already qualified in a trade or as a technician who wish to advance their careers.

Develop the skills and knowledge to enable you to start a career in the civil engineering field. Highly skilled technicians are required in a wide range of civil engineering-related fields and in a variety of roles. Includes: surveying; drafting/design; fluid mechanics; soils; geology; strength of materials; mathematics; roading/traffic; water and waste; environment; project management; and contract management.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 12 NCEA level 2 credits in each of maths and physics and 8 NCEA level 1 credits in English or equivalent, or the WelTec Certificate in Electrical & Electronic Industry Skills (Level 2).

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 48 credits at NCEA level 2 in best four subjects, including maths, graphics and a science-related subject.

Guide only–subject to change.

NQ

An introduction to the electrical and electronics industry, this programme provides broad-based training in all aspects of the industry. It includes practical work in laboratories, workshops and industry, along with training in communication and computing. You will also have the opportunity to complete the National Certificate in Electrical Engineering (L2) and the Electrical Workers Registration Board Electrical Service Technicians A paper. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* Open.


CERTIFICATE IN APPLIED MECHANICAL ENGINEERING | L2 – L4 START DATE

FEB

DURATION

1 TO 4 YEARS

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL & PART-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4253 - HV4253

FEE GUIDE

L2 $5,920, L3 $6,650 L4 $4110 - $5,400

Guide only–subject to change.

TRADE LEVEL EVENING CLASSES & BLOCK COURSES NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING | L5 This two-year part-time programme introduces electricians to small business management and electrical inspection, and advances their electrical engineering knowledge.

NQ

Gain skills that will allow you to build, maintain or operate equipment and plant used in the mechanical engineering industry. On completion, and depending which strand you choose, you will be able to perform a wide variety of mechanical engineering-related tasks relevant to trades, including maintenance fitter, fitter/ turner, welder, sheet metal worker, structural steel worker and toolmaker. CERTIFICATE IN APPLIED MECHANICAL ENGINEERING | STRANDS MACHINING Fitting and Machining, Machining, Toolmaking, General Engineering and Maintenance Engineering. FABRICATION Fabrication Light, Fabrication Heavy and Steel Construction. Successful completion of the Certificate in Applied Mechanical Engineering will also complete the requirements for the award of a National Certificate in Engineering. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* NCEA level 1 with a minimum of 12 numeracy credits and 12 literacy credits, or demonstration of equivalent knowledge and skills.

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING | L2, 3, 4 These qualifications lead to registration as an electrician. Offered as an evening class and block course.

ENGINEERING | PART-TIME/SHORT COURSES COMPUTER AIDED DRAUGHTING (2D) AND (3D) USING AUTOCAD Offered as a night class, two hours per week for 11 weeks. COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN USING SOLIDWORKS (INTRO AND ADVANCED) Offered as an evening class, three hours per week over 12 weeks. MIG/TIG WELDING Offered as a night class, three hours per week for 12 weeks.

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS | L4 Three years part-time study offered as distance learning study.

MACHINE SHOP PRACTICE Offered as a night class, three hours per week for 12 weeks.

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN ELECTRONIC SECURITY (INSTALLERS) | L3 Two years part-time study offered as a combination of distance learning, block course and evening classes.

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER NUMERICAL CONTROL OF MACHINE TOOLS (CNC) Offered as a night class, two hours per week for 12 weeks.

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE SERVICEPERSON AND ELECTRICAL SERVICE TECHNICIAN Offered as a one-week block course or Saturday morning classes. PRACTISING LICENCE REFRESHER COURSES One-day classes in safe working practice, testing, first aid and CPR. ELECTRICAL INSPECTORS Offered as a block course or evening classes. ELECTRICIANS EXAMINATION REVISION COURSES Block courses are offered in electrical theory, regulations and practical assessment.

I really enjoyed creating parts, drawing and design. It was all based on the workshop environment which I enjoyed and the theory was there to back up the practical component. BEN DAVIDGE | Agmar Tools CERTIFICATE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

NQ

NATIONAL QUALIFICATION

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61

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ESOL ESOL | English for Further Study Preparation for Tertiary Studies Develop your English language skills with our great range of ESOL programmes. Learn from qualified and experienced English language teachers. Make new friends from around the world in our friendly and supportive classroom environment.

LEVEL 3 LEVEL 2 LEVEL 1 General ESOL

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General ESOL

Certificate


CERTIFICATE IN ENGLISH FOR FURTHER STUDY | L3

CERTIFICATE IN GENERAL ENGLISH | L1–L2 (STAGES 2-5)

START DATE

FEB & JULY

START DATE

FEB & JULY

DURATION

17 WEEKS

DURATION

17 WEEKS

LOCATION

PETONE

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4321

PROG CODE

HV4286 - HV4289

TBA

FEE GUIDE

TBA

FEE GUIDE

Guide only–subject to change.

Prepare for your future study in New Zealand. This programme is designed for speakers of other languages who wish to continue with further tertiarylevel study. It will equip you with the academic English language skills required at this level. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS A minimum requirement for entry is an overall band score of 4.5 for academic IELTS or TOEFL or equivalent.

Guide only–subject to change.

Four different levels are offered, from elementary to upper intermediate. They include conversation skills, reading, writing and gaining an understanding of the New Zealand way of life. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Selection through interview.

SHORT COURSES Talk to us about your needs and we will tailor a course of study to suit you.

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 We also offer short English courses for groups of international students, from beginner to advanced levels.

I needed English before I could do business. So I came to WelTec. Now I have the English skills I need to run a successful business. VINCENT HUANG Owner of Amazing 5 Restaurant ESOL GRADUATE

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61


Exercise Science and Recreation Exercise Science | Personal Training Sports and Fitness | Recreation Coordination Exercise Therapy Put theory into practice during work placements and in our on-site custom designed gym and fitness studio. Stand out from the crowd with a qualification well recognised by industry. Deepen your understanding of the mind and body with unique courses such as Sports Psychology and Sports Therapy. Step up to your REPs (Register of Exercise Professionals) accreditation.

LEVEL 6

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LEVEL 5 LEVEL 3 LEVEL 2 Certificate

Certificate

Certificate

Diploma


DIPLOMA IN EXERCISE SCIENCE | L6 START DATE

FEB

DURATION

34 WEEKS (FULL-TIME)

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL & PART-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4305

FEE GUIDE

$5,420

Guide only–subject to change.

CERTIFICATE IN EXERCISE SCIENCE | L5 START DATE

FEB

START DATE

FEB & JULY

DURATION

34 WEEKS (FULL-TIME)

DURATION

17 WEEKS

LOCATION

PETONE

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL & PART-TIME

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4304

PROG CODE

HV4426

FEE GUIDE

$5,360

FEE GUIDE

$2,490

Guide only–subject to change.

Further develop your skills and experience from the Certificate in Exercise Science (Level 5). This programme focuses on the development of core skills and knowledge required to be successful in the health and fitness industry. Programme content includes sports psychology, exercise therapy, sports nutrition, and small business management. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* Successful completion of the Certificate in Exercise Science (Level 5). Please note: Can be completed in 1 year, if you have completed Certificate Exercise Science or equivalent.

CERTIFICATE IN RECREATION AND SPORT | L3

This industry-renowned programme is designed to equip you with the confidence, knowledge and skills to work in the sport and fitness industry. The programme covers fitness-related business skills, exercise psychology, nutrition, and personal and group training. The programme also covers the fundamentals of exercise physiology and anatomy. You will gain real-world experience by participating in industry work placements. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 50 credits NCEA Level 2 with at least 12 credits in each of 3 subjects, including science and English, or an equivalent qualification.

Guide only–subject to change.

Make a start on your career in recreation and sport. This course includes learning in exercise science, resistance training, community recreation, introductory computer applications and outdoor adventure. The focus is on developing academic skills to prepare you for further tertiary study in this area. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 8 NCEA level 1 credits in literacy and 8 NCEA level 1 credits in numeracy or higher, or an equivalent qualification.

SHORT CERTIFICATE COURSES OF ACHIEVEMENT IN SCIENCE BRIDGING (ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY) | L2 START DATE

DEC, FEB & JUNE**

DURATION

3 WEEKS

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4456

FEE GUIDE

$270

Guide only–subject to change.

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Get the right start on your studies at WelTec with an introduction to anatomy and physiology. The Certificate of Achievement in Science Bridging (Anatomy and Physiology) (Level 2) will prepare you for further study at Level 3 and above in a tertiary institution, in programmes that require knowledge of anatomy and physiology, including Exercise Science, Beauty Therapy and Animal Care. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* Entry is open. Please note: Completion of the Certificate of Achievement in Science Bridging (Anatomy and Physiology) (Level 2) assists, but does not guarantee entry into other programmes of study at WelTec.

I’ve always wanted to get into the fitness industry. Studying Exercise Science at WelTec was great; we studied anatomy, physiology, nutrition, sports psychology, fitness testing and body composition. As part of my studies I was able to do work experience at Les Mills and that led to me getting a job here once I finished studying. STEPHEN WALLS Gym Instructor, Les Mills Extreme DIPLOMA IN EXERCISE SCIENCE

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61

** SUBJECT TO CHANGE


Hairdressing, Beauty Therapy and Make-up Artistry Hairdressing | Beauty Therapy | Make-up Artistry Gain experience working in our fully equipped hairdressing salons, make-up artistry studio and beauty therapy clinics, and hit the ground running with work-ready skills. Our expert tutors have a wealth of knowledge and experience both nationally and internationally.

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Gain the opportunity to work with industry on some amazing projects including the Montana World of Wearable Art Awards Show.

LEVEL 5 LEVEL 4 LEVEL 3 Certificate

Certificate

Diploma


CERTIFICATE IN HAIRDRESSING | L3 START DATE

NOV

DURATION

34 WEEKS

LOCATION

WELLINGTON CBD

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

PROG CODE FEE GUIDE

Guide only–subject to change.

CERTIFICATE IN HAIRDRESSING AND BEAUTY SERVICES | L3 START DATE

FEB & JULY

DURATION

34 WEEKS

LOCATION

WELLINGTON CBD & PETONE

HV4401

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

$6,200

PROG CODE

HV4452

FEE GUIDE

$6,208

+ $120 COURSE RELATED COSTS

Gain the knowledge and skills required by hairdressers to work at an intermediate level in the industry. Students will gain expertise in consultation; cutting, styling and chemical service techniques; hair and scalp treatments; competition styling; professional practice; professional Wella colouring; and advanced colour training. Unit standards achieved can be cross-credited to the National Certificate in Hairdressing Practice (Level 4). ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* Successful completion of a Certificate in Hairdressing and Beauty Services (Level 3) programme, or successful completion of all unit standards covered in Year 1 of a hairdressing apprenticeship.

Guide only–subject to change.

NQ

+ $108 COURSE RELATED COSTS

Gain a solid grounding in the skills and knowledge required to work in the hairdressing industry in a salon support role. Includes: elementary hairdressing services; professional customer service and communication skills; elementary beauty services and competition experience. Learn the photography skills required to build your own portfolio of creative hairdressing and make-up skills gained on this programme. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 8 credits NCEA level 1 in literacy (reading and writing) and 8 credits NCEA level 1 in numeracy (maths).

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WOW is delighted to have the students from WelTec’s Hair and Beauty school assisting with the hair and make-up in our annual Brancott Estate WOW® Awards Show. The students are professional and extremely talented at creating looks for each show. The support of WelTec’s Hair and Beauty department is invaluable to the smooth running and professionalism of the show. HEATHER PALMER Competition Director

NQ

NATIONAL QUALIFICATION

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61


CERTIFICATE IN BEAUTICIAN SERVICES | L4 START DATE

FEB

DURATION

34 WEEKS

LOCATION

WELLINGTON CBD

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4417

FEE GUIDE

$6,904

Guide only–subject to change.

+ $280 COURSE RELATED COSTS

this certificate includes the City & Guilds Diploma in Beauty Therapy

Your first step into the beauty industry starts with the Certificate in Beautician Services (Level 4). Including a City and Guilds Diploma in Beauty Therapy, you will gain the skills required to practice as a Beautician or an independent operator within the beauty industry. This qualification encompasses the first year of the Diploma in Beauty Therapy (Level 5). ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 50 credits at NCEA Level 2, including 10 literacy and 10 sciences credits or equivalent qualification.

CERTIFICATE IN SPECIAL EFFECTS AND MAKE-UP ARTISTRY | L4

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DIPLOMA IN BEAUTY THERAPY | L5 START DATE

FEB

DURATION

2 YEARS

LOCATION

WELLINGTON CBD

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4416

FEE GUIDE

$6,904 (YEAR 1)

Guide only–subject to change.

+ $280 COURSE RELATED COSTS

this diploma includes the City & Guilds Diploma in Beauty Therapy

Enhance the appearance of others. Study the theory and technical skills required to work as an independent operator in the beauty industry. You will have the opportunity to specialise in beautician, body therapy and electrolysis. Students enrolled in the Diploma in Beauty Therapy can also exit with the City & Guilds Diploma in Beauty Therapy and have the opportunity to achieve the Cidesco International Diploma and the WelTec Diploma in Beauty Therapy. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 50 credits at NCEA Level 2, including 10 literacy and 10 sciences credits or equivalent qualification.

CERTIFICATE IN FASHION MAKE-UP ARTISTRY | L3

START DATE

JULY & NOV

START DATE

FEB & JULY

DURATION

17 WEEKS

DURATION

17 WEEKS

LOCATION

WELLINGTON CBD

LOCATION

WELLINGTON CBD

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4469

PROG CODE

HV4468

FEE GUIDE

$2,580

FEE GUIDE

$2,590

Guide only–subject to change.

+ $340 COURSE RELATED COSTS

Guide only–subject to change.

+ $300 COURSE RELATED COSTS

Develop a wide range of skills to prepare yourself for employment in the film and television industry. You will develop the skills and knowledge required to perform advanced make-up and hairstyling, special effects, elementary wig and prosthetic applications, facial trimming, and an introduction to body painting.

Gain an introduction to the make-up artistry industry. You will develop the skills and knowledge required to gain employment as a Make-up Artistry Consultant in pharmacies, cosmetic counters, make-up houses and television, or to perform editorial and photographic make-up and hairstyling.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* Completion of WelTec’s Certificate in Fashion and Make-up Artistry (Level 3); or be currently working in the fashion make-up artistry industry, with a minimum of six months work experience.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 8 credits from NCEA Level 1 in literacy and 8 Level 1 credits in numeracy.

Any students from WelTec that have worked at Willis York have a sound grasp of the fundamentals of the hair industry, and I have enjoyed employing them. BECS BRENT Willis York Hairdressing


FACILITIES You will learn in purpose-built facilities that have been designed to encourage and support you throughout your studies. In our hairdressing salons and beauty therapy clinic you will have the opportunity to gain experience working on real clients so you can hit the ground running with work-ready skills.

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“The Certificate in Make-Up Artistry is an awesome course – the tutors are great, really patient. WelTec has a great reputation in the industry.” LEANNE HOARE Make-up Artist, Hil Cook CERTIFICATE IN MAKE-UP ARTISTRY GRADUATE

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61


Horticulture and Landscaping Horticulture | Nursery Production Landscape Construction | Landscape Design Our specialist facilities include a greenhouse, nursery crop production area, nursery potting shed and a soils and seed workroom. Learn in an environment that is as close to the real world as possible with on-site experience to ensure you have the right set of skills. We work closely with industry to ensure that our programmes are relevant, up to date and practically based. Our tutors are industry professionals, with a wealth of knowledge and experience in the areas they teach.

LEVEL 5

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Diploma


DIPLOMA IN HORTICULTURE | L5 START DATE

FEB

DURATION

2 YEARS

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4424

FEE GUIDE

Guide only–subject to change.

NQ

$5,720

CERTIFICATE IN LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION | L4 START DATE

TBA

DURATION

17 WEEKS

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4471

FEE GUIDE

$2,860

Guide only–subject to change.

Designed for students wanting to progress their studies or those working in industry wanting to either upskill or gain a qualification. This programme provides students with expertise in a range of horticultural activities including amenity production, landscape construction, landscape design and conservation. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* NCEA Level 1 with a minimum of both 12 credits in literacy and 12 credits in numeracy or equivalent knowledge and skills.

CERTIFICATE IN HORTICULTURE | L4 START DATE

FEB

DURATION

34 WEEKS

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4425

FEE GUIDE

$5,720

Guide only–subject to change.

+ $250 COURSE RELATED COSTS

You will develop the skills and knowledge to construct various hard surface and landscape features and to advise clients on their regulatory obligations. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* You will need to achieve the literacy and numeracy requirements for NCEA Level 1 with a minimum of 8 credits in literacy and 8 credits in numeracy.

NQ

This qualification is offered with strands in landscape design or amenity horticulture. Upon completion of the Certificate, students will also meet the requirements for the National Certificate in Horticulture (Level 4). ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* NCEA Level 1 with a minimum of both 12 credits in literacy and 12 credits in numeracy or equivalent knowledge and skills. CERTIFICATE IN HORTICULTURE | STRANDS LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGN STRAND An introduction to landscape design. You will learn about the disciplines of concrete, masonry, timber work and horticulture to create an aesthetically pleasing and durable urban environment. Learn about design principles, drawing, landscaping including garden features, fencing, pergolas, stone masonry and paving combined with plant selection, identification and maintenance. AMENITY HORTICULTURE STRAND Develop your knowledge of horticulture, plant classification and sustainability. This programme combines the studies of plant knowledge, use and maintenance which includes plant identification, plant selection, botany, plant biology, plant health and nutrition.

HORTICULTURE SHORT COURSES If you are interested in horticulture and landscaping you may enrol in a limited number of single module short courses. You will receive a Certificate of Proficiency for that area. For date and details please contact 0800 WELTEC (935 832) or visit www.weltec.ac.nz

“There was plenty of help available at WelTec. I went through the Learning Centre to improve my study and time management skills. The tutors were very helpful and supportive. We were taken on various field trips, which I found to be a good introduction to the industry and what career options were available.” RICHARD GRANT CERTIFICATE IN HORTICULTURE

NQ

NATIONAL QUALIFICATION

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61

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Hospitality INDUSTRY ENDORSED

Centre of Vocational Excellence

Hospitality Management | Event Management Cookery & Culinary Arts | Hotel Reception Patisserie | Barista Professional Food & Beverage Service WelTec offers a hands-on learning environment including our very own training restaurant (Bistro 107), latte lab, training kitchens, model hotel reception and motel room. With City & Guilds qualifications offered in many of our programmes, you will be able to make your mark, both here and abroad. Our award-winning teaching staff. They work closely with industry to ensure that our programmes are up to date with the latest industry demands.

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WelTec works closely with national and international partners and offers student exchanges with Les Sorbets (France), Cessa University (Mexico), The Korean Culinary Academy and Sekolah Tinggi Pariwisata Bali (STP Bali).

LEVEL 7 LEVEL 4 LEVEL 3 Certificate

Certificate

LEVEL 5

Bachelor Degree

Diploma

Graduate Diploma


GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN EVENT MANAGEMENT | L7

BACHELOR OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT | L7

START DATE

FEB & JULY

START DATE

FEB & JULY

DURATION

34 WEEKS (FULL-TIME)

DURATION

3 YEARS

LOCATION

WELLINGTON CBD

LOCATION

WELLINGTON CBD

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL & PART-TIME

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL & PART-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4446

PROG CODE

CT3710

FEE GUIDE

$5,250

FEE GUIDE

$5,270 (YEAR 1)

Guide only–subject to change.

The Graduate Diploma in Event Management is a response to a growing need within the industry, both here and abroad, for event management professionals. The programme has been designed for those wanting to develop their expertise in planning, organising and implementing major conferences, and sports and entertainment events. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* A bachelor degree in any field except event management, or equivalent practical, professional or educational experience and basic computer literacy.

DIPLOMA IN HOSPITALITY OPERATIONS SUPERVISION | L5 START DATE

FEB & JULY

DURATION

2 YEARS

LOCATION

Y1: PETONE Y2: WELLINGTON CBD

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL & PART-TIME

PROG CODE FEE GUIDE

Guide only–subject to change.

Guide only–subject to change.

The Bachelor of Hospitality Management is built around 13 compulsory courses, which provide an in-depth understanding of business principles and practices in the hospitality industry. Students then choose a further four courses from a range of options offered each year including: food and beverage; front office and accommodation; small business; and general management. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 42 level 3 credits or have completed Year 12 with at least 72 credits at level 2 or approved subjects from the NQF, or have successfully completed an approved equivalent qualification.

CERTIFICATE IN FOOD PREPARATION AND CULINARY ARTS | L4 START DATE

FEB & JULY

DURATION

42 WEEKS

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

HV4291

PROG CODE

HV4441

$4,880

FEE GUIDE

$5,670

In the first year of the programme students are required to choose one of four streams from: Food Preparation and Culinary Arts, Food and Beverage Service, Hotel Reception, or Tourism. The second year is designed to enhance knowledge and competence already achieved by previous study and hospitality industry experience, and to develop supervisory management skills and techniques. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 50 credits at NCEA level 2, with a minimum of 12 credits in each of four subjects, including a minimum of eight literacy credits (four in reading, four in writing) and a minimum of 14 credits at level 1 or higher in mathematics, or an equivalent qualification.

Guide only–subject to change.

+ $681 COURSE RELATED COSTS

this certificate includes the City & Guilds Certificate and Diploma in Food Preparation and Culinary Arts

For those who want an internationally recognised chef’s qualification. Provides hands-on skills and experience, along with the opportunity to enter national competitions. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 8 literacy credits and 8 numeracy credits at NCEA level 1, or equivalent qualification.

I was lucky enough to be linked in with Martin Bosley’s through WelTec as part of my work experience programme and was offered a full-time job once I had finished. MONIQUE FISO Chef de Partie, Martin Bosley’s CERTIFICATE IN FOOD PREPARATION & CULINARY ARTS

NQ

NATIONAL QUALIFICATION

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61

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CERTIFICATE IN PATISSERIE | L4 START DATE

JAN & JULY

DURATION

21 WEEKS

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4175

FEE GUIDE

$3,580

Guide only–subject to change.

+ $390 COURSE RELATED COSTS

CERTIFICATE IN FOOD AND BEVERAGE SERVICE | L4 START DATE

FEB & JULY

START DATE

FEB & JULY

DURATION

17 WEEKS

DURATION

17 WEEKS

LOCATION

PETONE

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4299

PROG CODE

HV4298

FEE GUIDE

$2,890

FEE GUIDE

$2,780

Guide only–subject to change.

this certificate includes the City & Guilds Diploma in Patisserie

Provides internationally recognised patisserie qualifications, with the opportunity to advance with specialised skill and knowledge in bakery, confectionery and cake decorating. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* City and Guilds Certificates in Food Preparation and Cooking, or NZQA National Certificate in Hospitality (Basic Cooking) (Level 3).

CERTIFICATE IN FOOD AND BEVERAGE SERVICE | L3

+ $70 COURSE RELATED COSTS

incorporating the City & Guilds Diploma in Food a Beverage Service.

The Certificate in Food and Beverage Service (Level 4) is designed for those interested in supervising roles within the hospitality industry. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* Completion of the Certificate in Food and Beverage Service (Level 3) or the City and Guilds Certificate in Food and Beverage Service, or equivalent qualification.

Guide only–subject to change.

+ $70 COURSE RELATED COSTS

this certificate includes the City & Guilds Certificate in Food and Beverage Service

Provides an internationally recognised food and beverage service qualification and a stepping-stone to the Certificate in Food and Beverage Service (Level 4). Includes table service; wine knowledge and beverage service; customer service; and preparation for service. You will gain valuable practical experience in our training restaurant Bistro 107. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 8 NCEA level 1 credits in literacy and 8 NCEA level credits in numeracy, or equivalent qualification.

CERTIFICATE IN HOTEL RECEPTION | L3

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INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIPS Our Hospitality School has a range of partnerships with both national and international businesses. These include: n InterContinental Wellington n The Rarotongan Beach Resort and Spa and the Aitutaki Lagoon Resort and Spa n D&D Restaurants (UK)

STUDENT EXCHANGES To support our students in their learning and to encourage them to gain an international perspective of the industry, WelTec has a range of international education partnerships, including: n Les Sorbets, France n CESSA University, Mexico n Sekolah Tinggi Pariwisata, Bali n Korean Culinary Academy

START DATE

FEB

DURATION

34 WEEKS

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4432

FEE GUIDE

$5,950

Guide only–subject to change.

NQ

this certificate includes the City & Guilds Diploma in Reception Operations and Services and the National Certificate in Hospitality (Front Office) Level 3 with an optional strand in Hotel Systems.

Join the frontline reception staff, enabling you to meet and greet visitors from around the globe. This programme provides an internationally recognised qualification and includes an educational trip within New Zealand. Also includes reception procedures; advanced reservations; front office procedures; accommodation services; customer service; selling; and safety and security practices. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 12 NCEA level 1 credits in literacy and eight NCEA level 1 credits in numeracy, or equivalent qualification.

PART-TIME COURSES INTRODUCTION TO BARISTA For those already in the industry and also those wanting to get started, our Barista programme is designed to provide you with a thorough grounding in the art of making and serving coffee. CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT IN SAFE FOOD PRODUCTION Learn the correct procedures and practices to transport, handle, prepare, store and serve food safely with our Safe Food Production programme.

COMING SOON GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT Want to know more? For course start dates and fees contact 0800 935 832 studentadvisors@weltec.ac.nz or visit www.weltec.ac.nz


A NEW ZEALAND FIRST FOR EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION The School of Hospitality and Tourism at WelTec has been assessed as a centre of vocational excellence. A panel of external industry, academic and business experts judged the School against a set of internationally accepted criteria, based on those used in the UK to judge centres of vocational excellence.

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I enjoyed the programme at WelTec – it offered a lot of diversity and covered a broad range of areas. It built on my industry experience by providing the theoretical component that I had been missing. BELINDA DUNN Catering Floor Supervisor, Te Papa DIPLOMA IN HOSPITALITY OPERATIONS SUPERVISION

NQ

NATIONAL QUALIFICATION

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61


Information Technology Software Engineering | Software Testing Database Design | Developer / Web Industry Certifications | Computing Network Administration | Programming Security and Forensics | Mechatronics Computer Servicing | Helpdesk Get a hands-on approach to learning with a qualification developed for the real world – many of our programmes give you the opportunity to complete internationally recognised qualifications and certifications. Become certified in our on-site authorised Prometric, Pearson VUE and KRYTERION testing centre.

LEVEL 7

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LEVEL 6

Bachelor Degree

LEVEL 5

Certificate

Diploma

Diploma

Graduate Diploma


GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN INFORMATION ASSURANCE AND SECURITY | L7

BACHELOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY | L7

START DATE

FEB & JULY

START DATE

FEB & JULY

DURATION

34 WEEKS (FULL-TIME)

DURATION

3 YEARS (FULL-TIME)

LOCATION

PETONE

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL & PART-TIME

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL & PART-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4378

PROG CODE

HV4395

FEE GUIDE

$5,030

FEE GUIDE

$5,030 (YEAR 1)

Guide only–subject to change.

Upgrade your career in Information Security. Gain a comprehensive understanding of the security and maintenance of information. Learn how to integrate security policy, practices and technologies into operational structures and explore the principles of survivability and information assurance. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* A degree in computer science or information technology with networking or equivalent practical, professional or educational experience in the IT industry as a systems or network administrator.

GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY | L7** START DATE

FEB & JULY

DURATION

34 WEEKS (FULL-TIME)

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL & PART-TIME

PROG CODE

TBA

FEE GUIDE

TBA

Guide only–subject to change.

Take your career to the next level and undertake additional specialisation in Information Technology. The graduate diploma will provide a comprehensive understanding of specialist areas within IT, including Software Development (Java), Information Systems and Management, human Computer Interaction, Database Design and Implementation, Information Security and Project Management which will give you the right tools to apply your knowledge to an IT project. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* You will need to have a degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, Information Systems or Computer Application, or equivalent practical, professional or educational experience in the IT industry.

Guide only–subject to change.

Get your degree in applied IT to graduate work ready and in-demand. WelTec’s Bachelor of Information Technology includes majors in Networking, Programming, Software Engineering and Information Security. This allows you to choose to specialise in the area of study that best suits your interest. Alternatively you can choose to have ‘no major’ and gain a broad-based range of skills from across the disciplines (see MAJORS below for more info). You also have the option to under take a double major in IT. The Bachelor of Information Technology allows you to gain a second major with an additional year of study. Take on Networking and Information Security, Programming and Software Engineering and Software Engineering and Information Security to further enhance your career options. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 42 credits at NCEA Level 3, including a minimum of 14 credits at level 3 in each of 2 subjects with a further 14 credits at level 3 from one or two additional subjects. And a minimum of 14 numeracy credits at level 1 and a minimum of 8 literacy (4 reading and 4 writing) at level 2 or higher. Or the Certificate in Computing (Level 4) (formally Certificate in Interactive Computing Level 4) with an “A” pass. BACHELOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY | MAJORS NETWORKING Gain technical skills in the implementation and support of computer networks and management systems, including switching and routing, open source systems (Linux) and graduated technology. PROGRAMMING Learn programming and software development skills and become competent in a variety of programming and scripting languages. SOFTWARE ENGINEERING Develop practical ability and implementation skills in software design, development and maintenance using engineering principles in relation to software applications. INFORMATION SECURITY Learn how to configure and maintain operating systems and applications to predict and protect the security of information. CUSTOMISE YOUR IT DEGREE Choosing your own courses allows you to learn a broad range of skills . DOUBLE MAJORS You also have the option to select two majors, with an additional year of study. To find out more about what double majors are available please contact us on 0800 935 832 or visit the website at www.weltec.ac.nz/IT

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61

** SUBJECT TO ACADEMIC APPROVAL

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CERTIFICATE IN NETWORK ADMINISTRATION (CINA) | L6

CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT IN SOFTWARE TESTING | L6

START DATE

FEB & JULY

START DATE

FEB & JULY 2011

START DATE

FEB, JULY & NOV

DURATION

34 WEEKS

DURATION

34 WEEKS

DURATION

TBA

LOCATION

PETONE

LOCATION

PETONE

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

PART-TIME (EVENING)

STUDY OPTIONS

PART-TIME

STUDY OPTIONS

PART-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4247

PROG CODE

HV4458

PROG CODE

HV4414

FEE GUIDE

$1,660

FEE GUIDE

TBA

FEE GUIDE

$860

Guide only–subject to change.

+ $280 COURSE RELATED COSTS

This industry qualification prepares you to take four Microsoft Systems Administrator exams for the MCSA certification. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* Completion of Year 1 of the Bachelor of IT or an equivalent qualification, or relevant work experience in the IT industry.

DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER SERVICING | L5

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CERTIFICATE IN WEB TECHNOLOGIES | L6**

START DATE

FEB & JULY

DURATION

34 WEEKS (FULL-TIME)

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL & PART-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4380

FEE GUIDE

Guide only–subject to change.

$5,030

Gain the expertise required to work successfully in technical roles within the IT sector. Prepares you for Comp TIA: A+, HDA, and Network+ industry qualifications. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 50 credits at NCEA level 2 with at least 12 credits in each three subjects, or successful completion of the Certificate in Computing (Level 4) (formally Certificate in Interactive Computing), or an equivalent qualification or experience.

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Launch your career into cyberspace with studies in web technologies. Learn how to design, create and maintain a wide range of complex website technologies and applications. Gain a comprehensive understanding of web technologies, explore the world of the web, and learn more about the internet, intranets and extranets. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* Completion of Year One of the Bachelor of IT or an equivalent qualification, or relevant work experience in the IT industry.

Guide only–subject to change.

Enhance your career in IT with a specialist qualification in software testing. This course will provide you with a fantastic foundation whether you are entering the software testing industry or looking to develop in your current role. Learn the theory of testing and prepare for internationally recognised certification exams, such as ISTQB (International Software Testing Qualification Board) or ISEB (Information Systems Examination Board) in our on-site external examinations testing centre. Contact WelTec for specific delivery details. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* Computing, science, engineering or a testing background at level 5 or above.

CERTIFICATE IN COMPUTING | L4** START DATE

FEB & JULY

DURATION

34 WEEKS (FULL-TIME)

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL & PART-TIME

PROG CODE

TBA

FEE GUIDE

TBA

Guide only–subject to change.

This introductory certificate will provide you with key learning which includes a foundational knowledge of automated office applications by understanding macros and how to write and control office applications using the right software. Learn how to install, configure and maintain the standard technology required for a personal computer and grow your understanding of the internet and its application for small offices and the home.

UPDATE YOUR SKILLS FOR INDUSTRY Several courses in the Bachelor of Information Technology and the Certificate in Network Administration are suited to be taken as stand- alone courses in both evening and day classes. These classes cover training in:  Programming: C++, Java, HTML  Databases: Oracle and Access  Project management methodology  Networking: Windows Vista, Linux  Multimedia tools: Dreamweaver MX & others  Systems analysis and design methodologies  Cisco

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* You will need to have a minimum of 48 credits at NCEA Level 1 or relevant computing experience.

IT is a great career option there are so many different rewarding jobs to get into you can’t really go wrong! KELLY CARSON | Fronde Cadet BACHELOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY


INDUSTRY CERTIFICATION TRAINING Several programmes are designed to include the contents of respected industry qualifications and prepare students to take the relevant external international examinations. These exams are not part of the course fees, but can be booked and taken in our Kryterion, Prometric and Pearson VUE Testing Centre. Please contact the IT School for the latest industry certification options.  CompTIA: A+, Network+, Linux+  Linux Professional Institute: LPI 101, LPI 102  Cisco ICND1, ICND2  CCNA  Help Desk Institute: HDA, CSS  Microsoft: MCITP, MCSA

Technology Cadetships If you’re looking for a career in an innovative, high-tech business environment then check out the range of new Technology Cadetships at WelTec. WITH WELTEC’S TECHNOLOGY CADETSHIPS YOU MAY:   

Earn while you learn Work on real projects for some of New Zealand’s leading companies Gain essential work experience.

EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR EMPLOYMENT WelTec Technology Cadetships are a fantastic opportunity to get into one of several exciting careers, and provide you with an excellent opportunity to gain valuable work experience. Depending on the programme of study, successful applicants studying towards a diploma or degree may receive assistance with tuition fees, gain paid work experience, and may receive part-time or holiday work. To find out more about your options for becoming a New Professional, contact us on 0800 935 832 or visit www.weltec.ac.nz CADETSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE IN:  Civil Engineering  Mechanical Engineering  Electrical Engineering  Quantity Surveying  Construction Management  Architectural Technology  Creative Technologies  Information Technology

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61

** SUBJECT TO ACADEMIC APPROVAL

PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY

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Social Services Community Support | Funeral Services Community Vocational | Learning Support (CVLS)

Get the right skills for the job – with our National Certificates in Community Support. WelTec is the only provider of funeral services training in New Zealand.

LEVEL 5 LEVEL 3 LEVEL 1 Certificate

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Certificate

Diploma


NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN FUNERAL DIRECTING | L5

NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN EMBALMING | L5

CERTIFICATE IN COMMUNITY AND VOCATIONAL LEARNING SKILLS | L1

START DATE

JANUARY

START DATE

FEBRUARY

START DATE

FEBRUARY

DURATION

15 MONTHS

DURATION

15 MONTHS

DURATION

34 WEEKS

LOCATION

WELLINGTON CBD & OWN WORKPLACE

LOCATION

WELLINGTON CBD & OWN WORKPLACE

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

MODULAR BASIS

STUDY OPTIONS

MODULAR BASIS

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

PROG CODE

ND1330

PROG CODE

ND1329

PROG CODE

HV3822

FEE GUIDE

FEE GUIDE

$3,570 (STAGE 1) $1,460 (STAGE 2)

FEE GUIDE

$3,800 (STAGE 1) $1,820 (STAGE 2)

$3,700

Guide only–subject to change.

NQ

Learn how to arrange, organise and direct a funeral with efficiency and sensitivity. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* Must be a full-time employee of a funeral industry/ embalming company, with at least one year’s experience in the Funeral Directing industry. Minimum 20 years of age and current first aid certificate.

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES (CORE COMPETENCIES) | L3 START DATE

FEB & JULY

DURATION

17 WEEKS

LOCATION

PETONE (FEB) AUCKLAND (FEB & JULY) KAPITI (JULY)

STUDY OPTIONS

WORKPLACE & CLASSROOM

PROG CODE

NC1327

FEE GUIDE

FREE***

Guide only–subject to change.

NQ

Emphasis is placed on the theory and practice of embalming and the art of restoring the human body to a natural appearance. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* Must be a full-time employee of a funeral industry/ embalming company, with at least one year’s experience in the Embalming industry. Minimum 20 years of age and current first aid certificate, and evidence of current vaccinations.

Guide only–subject to change.

A work skills-based programme for people who have a long-term illness, injury or disability and require targeted assistance to maximise their potential. Individually focused to provide graduates with the skills, confidence and practical work experience to gain meaningful employment. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* Selection through interview.

CERTIFICATE IN COMMUNITY SUPPORT | L3

BACHELOR OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENT | L7 **

START DATE

JULY

START DATE

JULY

DURATION

34 WEEKS

DURATION

3 YEARS

LOCATION

PETONE & AUCK (2011*)

LOCATION

PETONE & WELLINGTON

STUDY OPTIONS

WORKPLACE & CLASSROOM

STUDY OPTIONS

PROG CODE

HV4445

PROG CODE

TBA

FEE GUIDE

TBA

FEE GUIDE

Guide only–subject to change.

NQ

TBA

Guide only–subject to change.

FULL-TIME (WITH PART-TIME OPTIONS AVAILABLE)

NQ

The National Certificate in Community Support Services (Core Competencies) is a foundation qualification designed for those working, or wishing to gain employment as a support worker in areas including care for the older person, disability, mental health and human services. Continue your studies with the National Certificates in Community Support Services (Intellectual Disability/ Health Services). ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 8 credits in literacy (reading and writing) NCEA Level 1, and 8 credits in numeracy (maths) NCEA Level 1, or equivalent personal, practical, professional or educational experience of an appropriate kind. Applicants are required to attend an interview and may have to undergo police, and health checks for work placements. Applicants are expected to have a current first aid certificate.

This certificate is designed for those working, or wishing to gain employment as a support worker in a health or disability setting. The programme provides fundamental skills in core competencies, and the intellectual disability/human services areas. The programme includes three National Certificates in Community Support Services – Core Competencies, Intellectual Disability and Human Services. If you have already completed the National Certificate in Community Support Services (Core Competencies), you can cross credit your studies towards this programme. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 8 credits in literacy (reading and writing) NCEA Level 1, and 8 credits in numeracy (maths) NCEA Level 1, or equivalent personal, practical, professional or educational experience of an appropriate kind. Applicants are required to attend an interview and may have to undergo police, and health checks for work placements. Applicants are expected to have a current first aid certificate.

Based on national standards, developed in close collaboration with industry, and committed to a Treaty partnership approach the Bachelor of Youth Development has been designed to develop confident and capable practitioners for modern youth services. You’ll learn about the social and psychological development of youth, and how to apply the latest positive development and strengths-based approaches to your practice with individuals, groups and communities.

NATIONAL BACHELOR IN SOCIAL WORK ** NQ

national qualification

This National Degree is being developed by the Social Services Industry Training Organisation and is planned to be offered by WelTec in 2012/2013**. The programme will equip you to work as a social worker in a wide range of fields including addictions, child, youth and family services, aged care and mental health. This degree is practically based and provides the educational and practical learning opportunities to develop competent practitioners who will be able to meet the competencies of the Social Workers Registration Board (SWRB).

NQ

NATIONAL QUALIFICATION

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61 ** SUBJECT TO ACADEMIC APPROVAL

*** THE PROGRAMME IS CURRENTLY OFFERED FREE OF TUITION FEES, NON-TUITION FEE COSTS ARE APPROX $150.

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Travel and Tourism INDUSTRY ENDORSED

Centre of Vocational Excellence

Tourism Operations | Customer Service Visitor Attractions | Travel Consulting Airline Industry Tourism is a growing global industry and is one of New Zealand’s largest export earners, employing one in ten of all working New Zealanders. With NZQA and internationally recognised City & Guilds qualifications, you’ll be able to make your mark both here and abroad. Experience real-world learning at its best in our simulated tourism and travel facilities.

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With industry experience and education trips throughout New Zealand, you’ll gain first-hand experience and a first rate qualification, one that is highly relevant, practical and in demand by employers.

LEVEL 4 LEVEL 3

Certificate

Certificate

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www.zorb.co.nz


CERTIFICATE IN TOURISM | L4

CERTIFICATE IN TOURISM | L3

START DATE

JULY

START DATE

FEB & JULY

DURATION

17 WEEKS

DURATION

17 WEEKS

LOCATION

WELLINGTON CBD

LOCATION

WELLINGTON CBD

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4346

PROG CODE

HV4259

FEE GUIDE

$3,300

FEE GUIDE

$3,140

Guide only–subject to change.

Guide only–subject to change.

this certificate includes the City & Guilds Certificate in International Tourism

this certificate includes the City & Guilds Diploma in International Tourism Theoretical and practical skills for frontline positions in tourism; also appropriate for positions with supervisory responsibilities. Includes: customer service operations; business systems; marketing operations; and developing a local tourism destination. An educational trip is included in the programme.

Entry qualification for positions in the tourism industry. Includes: customer service; marketing; tourism geography; restaurant service; word processing; and first aid. An educational trip is included in the programme. Combine this qualification with further study in travel, food and beverage or hospitality management.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* Successful completion of the Certificate in Tourism (Level 3) or the City & Guilds Certificate in International Tourism, or an equivalent qualification.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 36 credits in three subjects at NCEA level 1 including 12 credits in English, or an equivalent qualification.

CERTIFICATE IN INTERNATIONAL TOURISM | L4 START DATE

FEB

DURATION

34 WEEKS

LOCATION

WELLINGTON CBD

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4344

FEE GUIDE

Guide only–subject to change.

$6,490

this certificate includes the City & Guilds Certificate and Diploma in International Tourism Gain a broad range of theoretical and practical skills for frontline positions in tourism; also appropriate for positions with supervisory responsibilities. Includes: people development; marketing operations; business systems; and international tourism geography. Educational trips are included in the programme.

WelTec has an excellent reputation which was confirmed for me while working in the industry. I’ve had great tutors and the learning that I’ve had over the past year has been unparalled. DANIEL ABEL | Intern with Air New Zealand/Hallmark Aviation in Los Angeles, United States Of America. CERTIFICATE IN INTERNATIONAL TOURISM

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Minimum of 36 credits NCEA level 2 achievement standards across four subjects, or an equivalent qualification.

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Veterinary Nursing and Animal Care Veterinary Nursing | Animal Care Get a real qualification for the real world through work placements, observing surgery and learning with animals on site. Learn from lecturers who are highly qualified with a wealth of experience in their chosen fields. Gain an NZQA qualification that is registered and recognised nationwide.

LEVEL 5

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LEVEL 2 Certificate

Certificate


NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN VETERINARY NURSING | L5

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN ANIMAL CARE | L2

START DATE

APRIL

START DATE

FEB & JULY

DURATION

23 WEEKS

DURATION

17 WEEKS

LOCATION

PETONE

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

PROG CODE

NC5418

PROG CODE

NC5444

FEE GUIDE

$3,190

FEE GUIDE

$2,740

Guide only–subject to change.

NQ

Guide only–subject to change.

This programme has a strong emphasis on developing theoretical and practical skills, with a focus on achieving clinical skills through work experience and attending surgery days. It provides the knowledge and clinical experience to care for sick and injured animals within a veterinary setting. Programme content includes surgical nursing, medical nursing, general nursing skills and veterinary business skills. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* Successful completion of the National Certificate in Animal Care (Level 2). You must also meet the academic entry requirements that are required for the National Certificate in Animal Care (Level 2).

NQ

Make a start on your career working with animals. This programme combines theory with practical hands-on experience to develop your understanding of animal care & handling, animal behaviour, first aid, anatomy & physiology and working safely and ethically. You’ll get the opportunity to put theory into practice through taking responsibility for the care of on-site animals on a rotational basis, as well as 60 hours of self-directed work experience. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* Nine NCEA level 2 credits in a science subject (preferably biology) and 12 NCEA level 1 credits in both literacy and numeracy or equivalent.

SHORT CERTIFICATE COURSES OF ACHIEVEMENT IN SCIENCE BRIDGING (ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY) | L2 START DATE

DEC, FEB & JUNE**

DURATION

3 WEEKS

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4456

FEE GUIDE

$270

Guide only–subject to change.

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Get the right start for your studies at WelTec with an introduction to anatomy and physiology. The Certificate of Achievement in Science Bridging (Anatomy and Physiology) (Level 2) will prepare you for further study at Level 3 and above in a tertiary institution, in programmes that require knowledge of anatomy and physiology, including Exercise Science, Beauty Therapy and Animal Care. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* Entry is open. Please note: Completion of the Certificate of Achievement in Science Bridging (Anatomy and Physiology) (Level 2) assists, but does not guarantee entry into other programmes of study at WelTec.

“Animal care is a lot more than just the care of animals – you learn about diseases, health and safety, anatomy and physiology. The work placements are great. I like the teaching style at WelTec – it’s interactive and the tutors are always there to help.” ALEISHA RUMBAL NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN VETERINARY NURSING

NQ

NATIONAL QUALIFICATION

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61

** SUBJECT TO CHANGE


Foundation CERTIFICATE IN PREPARATION FOR TERTIARY STUDY | L3

SHORT COURSES CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT IN ENGINEERING FOUNDATIONS | L4***

START DATE

FEB & JULY

START DATE

FEB

DURATION

17 WEEKS

DURATION

4 WEEKS

LOCATION

PETONE

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

WELLINGTON CBD

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4450

PROG CODE

HV4463

$750

FEE GUIDE

TBA

FEE GUIDE

Guide only–subject to change.

This programme will help you to prepare for tertiary study and discover more about your career pathways. Designed for school leavers or those returning to study, you’ll get the opportunity to develop key research, essay writing, maths and presentation skills. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* You will need to have a minimum of 8 NCEA Level 1 credits in literacy (reading and writing) and 8 NCEA Level 1 credits in numeracy (maths), or have equivalent personal, practical, professional or educational experience of an appropriate kind.

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Teaching & Training

SHORT CERTIFICATE COURSES OF ACHIEVEMENT IN SCIENCE BRIDGING (ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY) | L2

Guide only–subject to change.

This programme is designed for those wanting to pursue studies at level 5 and above in engineering NQ or programmes requiring knowledge of physics, maths and engineering principles. Learn how to demonstrate knowledge of introductory physics and mathematics as well as principles of engineering, including mechanical systems, electrical systems, engineering graphics and design and how they are interrelated at an introductory level. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* The certificate of achievement is specifically designed for people entering the: • National Diploma in Engineering (Electrotechnology) • National Diploma in Engineering (Mechanical) • NZ Diploma in Engineering (Civil)

START DATE

DEC, FEB & JUNE**

The entry requirements for these Diplomas are:

DURATION

3 WEEKS

LOCATION

PETONE

36 credits in NCEA level 2 with at least 12 credits in Physics and/or Chemistry and at least 12 credits in Calculus and/or Algebra.

STUDY OPTIONS

FULL-TIME

PROG CODE

HV4467

FEE GUIDE

Guide only–subject to change.

$270

Get the right start on your studies at WelTec with an introduction to anatomy and physiology. The Certificate of Achievement in Science Bridging (Anatomy and Physiology) (Level 2) will prepare you for further study at Level 3 and above in a tertiary institution, in programmes that require knowledge of anatomy and physiology, including Exercise Science, Beauty Therapy and Animal Care. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* Entry is open. Please note: Completion of the Certificate of Achievement in Science Bridging (Anatomy and Physiology) (Level 2) assists, but does not guarantee entry into other programmes of study at WelTec.

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN ADULT LITERACY EDUCATION (VOCATIONAL TUTOR/LECTURER OR WORKPLACE TRAINER) | L5 START DATE

FEB & JULY

DURATION

34 WEEKS

LOCATION

PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS

TWO 2-DAY WORKSHOPS

PROG CODE

NC1253

FEE GUIDE

$1,570

Guide only–subject to change.

Learn strategies to provide support and development in literacy and numeracy to adult learners. The National Certificate in Adult Literacy Education (Vocational Tutor/Lecturer or Workplace Trainer) is a largely self-directed course of study designed for vocational tutors, lecturers and workplace trainers to continue to enhance their understanding of literacy while teaching adult learners. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* Academic entry is open, however applicants must be practising tutors / lecturers / workplace trainers in a non-literary context. IELTS 7.0 or above in all 4 skill areas, or equivalent skills.


Student support At WelTec we are proud to offer students a supportive learning environment. As well as friendly approachable tutors and an interactive learning environment, there is a range of services to support you and your study. PERSONAL EDUCATION PLANNING (PEP) A free service to help you understand your learning style. A Personal Education Plan provides valuable information that you can use to succeed in your study. LEARNING SUPPORT If you need assistance with your studies the Learning Support team can provide you with free, informal academic support. Assistance includes: study skills and time management; note-taking skills; maths skills; essay and report writing; test and exam strategies; spelling, grammar and punctuation; CV preparation and job interview skills. CAREER ADVICE A career counsellor is available to help you clearly define your study and career goals. STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES A free counselling service is available to all students, to help you manage problems that may affect your learning. First aid treatment and health advice is also available. MAORI AND PACIFIC ISLAND SUPPORT Te Whare Ãwhina and the Pasifika Centre offer support, including peer tutoring and mentoring along with support and assistance on academic, cultural and personal issues. ABILITY RESOURCES Our Ability Resources team is available to help maximise the learning of students with impairments.

STUDENTS ASSOCIATION WelTecSA independently supports and represents all WelTec students. It has an office in the Student Hub at the Petone campus. Further information about WelTecSA is available at www.weltec.ac.nz/weltecsa SCHOLARSHIPS WelTec has a number of scholarships available. For more information and assistance contact 0800 935 832 or visit www.weltec.ac.nz/scholarships INTERNATIONAL CENTRE The International Centre helps students settle into life and study in New Zealand, and provides support with study, home life and recreational activities. ACCOMMODATION Information on student accommodation options can be found on our website www.weltec.ac.nz/accommodation Students at all WelTec campuses, including Wellington CBD, Petone, Christchurch and Auckland, have access to student support services. Please refer to the student services section on our website at: www.weltec.ac.nz/studentsupport for more information about the services available at your campus.

RESOURCE CENTRE Our friendly staff are happy to help with library and information services to support your learning, including books, journals and video and electronic resources for coursework. CHILDCARE Te Whare Ako is WelTec’s childcare centre, built specifically to provide care for the children of WelTec students and staff.

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61

** SUBJECT TO CHANGE

*** SUBJECT TO ACADEMIC APPROVAL

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Entry Criteria The academic entry requirements outlined in this prospectus refer to NCEA (National Certificate of Educational Achievement) or an equivalent qualification. Equivalent qualifications generally refer to qualifications at the same level or higher in a similar subject area. International qualifications may also qualify and are assessed on a case-by-case basis. NCEA EQUIVALENTS As a guide, WelTec recognises the following equivalencies for entry to its programmes: 5th Form Certificate

NCEA Year 11

C grade in School Certificate subject

12 Level 1 credits

Pass in School Certificate English

12 Level 1 literacy credits

Pass in School Certificate Maths

12 Level 1 numeracy credits

6th Form Certificate

NCEA Year 12

Total of 24 in best four subjects

40 Level 2 credits

Total of 20 in best four subjects

50 Level 2 credits

Total of 16 in best four subjects

60 Level 2 credits

Total of 12 in best four subjects

70 Level 2 credits

Grade 5 in Sixth Form Certificate subject

12 Level 2 credits

7th Form/ University Entrance

NCEA Year 13

C grade in Bursary subject

14 Level 3 credits

Three C grades in Bursary subjects

42 Level 3 credits

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WHAT IF I DON’T MEET THE ENTRY CRITERIA? Most of our programmes have special admission options. This means if you are over 20 years old and a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident (and do not meet the academic entry requirements) you may apply to WelTec for entry into a programme. It is our aim to get you where you want to be. We can discuss your needs with you and help you develop a personal education plan (PEP) to get you there. Many of our programmes are designed to allow ‘staircasing’ into higher-level programmes. This means that you can start with a certificate or diploma level programme and move into a diploma or degree. If you would like to discuss your options further, please call us on 0800 935 832. PLEASE NOTE Programmes are offered subject to demand.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS Students are required to have an acceptable level of English language fluency. This may be demonstrated in a number of ways including successful study in English, approved scores in IELTS tests or equivalent.

IELTS requirements Qualification Level

IELTS req.

Qualifications from Levels 1-3

5.0 - 5.5

Qualifications from Levels 3-5

5.5 - 6.0

Qualifications from Level 6+

6.0 - 6.5

Students may gain entry into programmes that require an IELTS score of 5.5 by successfully completing WelTec Certificate in Preparation for Tertiary Students for NESB Students (Level 4).


Career Opportunities 10 ADDICTION, COUNSELLING &

HEALTH STUDIES Youth & Justice Worker Human Resource Advisor Community Care Worker Case Worker Counsellor Career Counsellor Social Worker Mental Health Worker

14 AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY Automotive Engineer Automotive Electrical Engineer Mechanic Motorcycle Engineer Diesel Engineer Service Manager Panelbeater Motor Industry Technician Sales Representative Automotive Refinisher

16 BUILT ENVIRONMENT Architectural Designer Architectural Technician Building Inspector Construction Manager Consultant Draughtsperson Financial Manager Property Manager Quantity Surveyor Quantity Survey Technician

18 BUSINESS STUDIES Executive Assistant Customer Service Team Leader Senior Administrator Accountant General Manager Supervisor Human Resources Officer Marketing Co-ordinator Administrator Executive Receptionist Office Manager Frontline Receptionist Secretary Contact Centre Operator Personal Assistant Customer Service Officer Retailer / Merchandiser

22 CONSTRUCTION TRADES

Carpenter Joiner Blocklayer Plumber/Gasfitter Painter/Decorator Site Co-ordinator Self Employed Carpenter Site Manager Contract Co-ordinator Project Manager Foreman Industry Instructor Building Inspector Workshop Manager Building Merchants

CREATIVE

26 TECHNOLOGIES Advertising Account Director Advertising Account Manager Advertising Art Director Advertising Sales Manager Communication Officer Communication Manager Copywriter Market Researcher Marketing Manager Animator Cartoonist Graphic Designer Illustrator Photographer Visual Art Teacher Website Developer Director (Film/Television/Video) Film Editor Film/Television Camera Operator

30 ENGINEERING

Electrician Electrical Inspector Repair & Service Technician Electrical Engineer Appliance Service Person Electrical Fitter Motor Rewinder Electronic Service Person Fitter Maintenance Engineering Toolmaker Sheetmetal Worker Welder Structural Sheet Worker General Engineering Survey Technician Civil Draughtsperson Mechanical Engineer Environmental Engineer Structural Engineer Engineering Draughtsperson Natural Resources Engineer Electrotech Technician Electrical Engineer Civil Engineer Product Engineer Computer Engineer Network Engineer

SCIENCE 36 EXERCISE & RECREATION Health Consultant Health Promoter Recreation Co-ordinator Recreation Facility Employee School Sports Co-ordinator School & Club Coaching Personal Trainer Gym Instructor Aerobics Instructor

HAIRDRESSING,

38 BEAUTY THERAPY & MAKE-UP ARTISTRY Hairdresser Colourist Salon Owner Stylist for Film, TV and Stage Sales Merchandiser Stylist for Fashion Shows Beautician Cosmetologist

Nail Technician Salon Owner Beauty Therapist Stylist for Film, TV and Stage Sales Merchandiser Freelance Make-up Artist Make-up artist for Film, TV and Stage Beauty consultant for retail outlets

42 HORTICULTURE/ LANDSCAPING Landscape Contractor Landscape Designer Crop Producer Park and Reserve Officer Consultant Craftsperson Horticulturalist

44 HOSPITALITY

Restaurateur Function Caterer Waiter/Waitress Chef /Cook Merchandiser Food Service Silver Service Baker Patisserie Chef Customer Service Officer Airline Attendant Cruise Ship Attendant Host/Hostess Bar Manager Restaurant Operations Manager Bartender Hotel Receptionist

48 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Programmer Web Developer Database Administrator Systems Technicians Systems Administrator Website Administrator Systems Analyst Software Architect

52 SOCIAL SERVICES Funeral Director Embalmer Health Sector Manager Community Worker

54 TOURISM

Flight Attendant Travel Agent Front Office Reception Customer Service Officer I-Site Consultant Rental Car Agent

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56 ANIMAL CARE

Animal Attendant Animal Behavioural - Consultant Animal Control Officer SPCA Officer Veterinary Nurse Zoo Manager Animal Food/Product - Representatives


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Find out more Need more information? It’s as easy as a call, email or visit online or in person. n Call us on 0800 935 832 for more information or to request specific information about your area of interest. n Visit our website www.weltec.ac.nz or n Email studentadvisors@weltec.ac.nz n Visit us in person at our Petone, Wellington, Auckland or Christchurch campuses.

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Auckland Campus Level 2 3 Wakefield St Auckland CBD Telephone: 0800 935 832

Christchurch Campus Level 1, Science Alive Building 392 Moorhouse Avenue Telephone: 0800 935 832


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WELTEC DISCLAIMER The information contained in this prospectus describes the courses we intend to offer in 2010/2011. The information is correct at the time of printing. However, you should note that programmes and courses are subject to change as they are refined and developed, and are dependent on the availability of resources. In some cases the commencement and subsequent continuation of programmes and courses will be subject to final approval and the number of enrolment applications. WelTec reserves the right to change the content or method of presentation of any course or programme or to withdraw any qualification or part thereof, or impose limitations on enrolments where circumstances dictate. (July 2010)

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Contact us | www.weltec.ac.nz Private Bag 39814, Wellington Mail Centre, Lower Hutt 5045 Freephone: 0800 935 832 | Telephone: (04) 9202 400 | Facsimile: (04) 9202 401

WelTec  

Polytechnic

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