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Architectural Technology, Quantity Surveying Like the idea of working as an architectural technician or draughtsperson? Or become a quantity surveyor and learn how to estimate building costs and complete tenders for construction contracts. There’s a high demand for skilled graduates and you’ll work on real projects while you learn. Career opportunities > Architectural Technician > Draughtsperson > Designer > Quantity Surveying Technician > Construction Supervisor

National Diploma in Architectural Technology

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Start: February 2016 Level 6 Length: 2 years, full-time Campus: Petone Entry criteria: 50 credits at NCEA Level 2, with 12 credits in: Maths, English and Science, or relevant level 3 or 4 qualification or experience

Develop your technical drawing skills using computer-aided design (CAD) software, and build a comprehensive knowledge of architecture, building methods and materials, and building code requirements.

National Diploma in Quantity Surveying Start: February 2016 Level 6 Length: 2 years, full-time Campus: Petone Entry criteria: 50 credits at NCEA level 2, with 12 credits in: English, Maths and Science or relevant level 3 or 4 qualification or experience

Become a quantity surveyor. Learn about quantifying projects, estimating building costs and materials, and tendering and administering contracts.

Construction Management You might also be interested in our Construction Management and Supervision courses. See page 57.

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