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CONSTRUCTION TRADES

Right Start Carpentry Level 2 Start: February and July 2016 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone (Construction School) Entry criteria: Open entry

Gain NCEA Level 2. Learn entry level skills in building, electrical, painting, paving and plumbing. This programme offers opportunities in further learning, finding employment or gaining an apprenticeship.

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Start: February 2016 Level 3 Length: 34 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone (Construction School) Entry criteria: NCEA Level 1 literacy and numeracy requirements

Gain skills in purpose-built workshops and on WelTec’s own building site – learn by building a real house. You’ll learn about framing, roofing, cladding, internal linings, fitting windows and hanging doors. You will also gain an understanding of health and safety and develop your knowledge of building codes and regulations.

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Certificate in Applied Decorating Skills

Start: February 2016 Level 4 Length: Based on individual learning plan Campus: On-job or in Petone

Level 4 Start: February 2016 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone (Construction School) Entry criteria: NCEA Level 1 literacy and numeracy

Entry criteria: Working in industry

Do you want to take your building career further? Our options include evening classes, practical tutorials, workshop instruction and on-site assessment by carpentry tutors.

Certificate in Foundation Studies (Plasterboard Preparation and Finishing) Level 3 Start: February 2016 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone (Construction School) Entry criteria: Open entry

Gain skills in fixing and finishing plasterboard. Learn how to use hand and power tools, as well as erect scaffolding. Opportunities to apply your skills on the houses we build or by working on a community project.

Certificate in Foundation Studies (Painting) Level 3 Start: February 2016 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone (Construction School) and Porirua (Whitireia) Entry criteria: Open entry

Learn how to professionally prepare surfaces and paint interiors and exteriors. Gain knowledge of how to interpret building drawings and specifications. Learn how to erect scaffolding.

Develop practical skills to undertake wall papering, spray painting and apply colour effects in the decorating industry.

Certificate in Brick and Block Laying Level 3 Start: February 2016 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone (Construction School) Entry criteria: 12 NCEA Level 1 credits in both literacy and numeracy

In our purpose-built workshops, learn how to interpret plans, consult with clients and work on a range of practical projects.

Certificate in Landscape Construction Start: February 2016 Level 4 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone (Construction School) Entry criteria: 12 NCEA Level 1 credits in both literacy and numeracy

Learn how to design, price and build features such as fences, retaining walls and pergolas. Get hands-on with timber, concrete and stone. Learn to use hand and power tools and other equipment. Practise your skills on real projects in the community.


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