NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) (LEVEL 6) CODE TE0604
SCIENCE AND PRIMARY INDUSTRIES This school offers programmes in agriculture, animal care, arboriculture, engineering, floristry, horticulture, landscape design, science, technology and veterinary nursing.
Two years full-time, part-time study available Where City Campus, Hamilton Applications Close Mid January
There are more people employed worldwide in mechanical engineering than any other area of engineering.
(late applications may be considered)
Starts Fee Guideline
• Mechanical Engineers are creative, imaginative and adaptable. The role requires an eye for detail, excellent communication skills, and the ability to work well under pressure. The engineer must also think about the energy, environmental and safety aspects of the planned work. Wintec’s National Diploma in Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) (Level 6) will provide you with these skills to get you into this expanding industry. PROGRAMME CONTENT The National Diploma in Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) (Level 6) includes practical skills and theoretical knowledge for a comprehensive education in mechanical engineering. It incorporates tuition in solid modeling, CAD drawing, engineering mechanics, materials science, manufacturing, workshop practice, electrotechnology, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, design, mathematics and engineering management in keeping with current engineering practice. This Level 6 programme requires two years full-time study to complete. Part-time study is an option for people in employment. GRADUATE OPPORTUNITIES The National Diploma in Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) (Level 6) may lead to a career in design, manufacturing, product development, project, installation and commissioning, CAD / CAM, engineering management, production, power generation and sales.
12 credits at NCEA Level 2 in Maths and 12 credits at NCEA Level 2 in Physics plus a minimum of eight credits in literacy at NCEA Level 1, or 12 credits at NCEA Level 2 in Maths and 24 credits at NCEA Level 2 in other approved subjects plus a minimum of eight credits in literacy at NCEA Level 1, or National Certificate in Engineering (Level 4) plus 12 credits at NCEA Level 2 in Maths, or Equivalent qualification
Engineering – CAD (Computer Aided Draughting)
There is also a range of unit standards that Wintec offers that you can do at school to help get your engineering career underway. Talk to your STAR Coordinator or Careers Advisor about any of the above options. SCHOLARSHIPS Need some financial help? If you intend on studying this programme you can apply for the IPENZ Waikato / BOP Branch Scholarship. More information and applications forms are available at www.wintec.ac.nz/scholarships. ENQUIRIES
All applicants will be required to attend an interview. Candidates whose first language is neither English nor Ma-ori are required to have an IELTS score of no less than 6.0 (with no subtest score lower than 5.0) or equivalent. To meet legal and health requirements, candidates must be physically able to carry out the practical components of the programme including the ability to perform practical demonstrations and assessments. Special admission may be granted to candidates aged 20 years or over who do not meet the specified entry requirements. These candidates may be required to demonstrate an ability to successfully complete the programme through a process of an interview and / or assessment. SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS Want to experience engineering for a day? Come and do one of the following Wintec Engineering Tasters.
Engineering – Light Fabrication and Welding Engineering – Machining and Turning
Disclaimer: Every effort has been made to ensure the content of this flyer is correct at the time of printing. The fee guideline is applicable to NZ citizens and permanent residents. Reorder WT0095/0909
To enrol contact our Student Enrolment and Information Centre on 0800 2 wintec (0800 2 946832) or online at www.wintec.ac.nz/ contact.
Published on Nov 22, 2010