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School of Trades

Certificate in Introduction to Trades (Level 2) with strands in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Plumbing and Gasfitting, Carpentry, Security, Motor Industry – Automotive Electrical and Mechanical, Motor Industry – Collision Repair, and Extractive Industries Programme Codes:

TE1005

Programme Level:

Level 2

Credits:

120

Effective Date:

January 2012

MoE Code: WK2257

These regulations should be read in conjunction with the Institute’s Academic Regulations, Clause 2 General Programme Regulations and the relevant NZQA qualification requirements. 1. Admission, Entry and Selection 1.1

1.2

1.3 1.4 1.5

1.6

Subject to the requirements specified in clauses 1. 2 and 1.5 of these regulations, there is open entry to this programme although students must demonstrate a reasonable likelihood of success. In addition, it is recommended that candidates have a minimum of 8 credits at NCEA level 1 or above in English and Mathematics and/or Physics or equivalent knowledge. Candidates enrolling in the Security Strand are required to hold or be able to obtain a Certificate of Approval (COA) from the Registrar of Security Guards and Investigators, in order to be able to meet employment and legislative requirements. Please note that a COA is unlikely to be granted to an applicant who is less than 18 years of age, or who has been convicted of a criminal offence within the past five years. Module TE06521 “Site Security” requires assessment in the workplace; candidates enrolling in this module must be able to demonstrate the ability to comply with this requirement. Candidates enrolling in the Extractive Industries strand must be able to meet legal and health requirements. These requirements may include random drug and alcohol testing Candidates must be physically able to carry out any practical components of the programme. Candidates with disabilities are eligible to enrol in this programme and may be provided with the necessary resources to attain the learning outcomes where practicable, but must, at the time of enrolment notify Student Learning Services of their needs. Candidates who have English as a second language are required to have an International English Language Test Score (IELTS) of 5.5, with a minimum of 5.0 in the written band.

2. Programme Requirements 2.1.

2.2.

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Every candidate for the Certificate in Introduction to Trades with strands in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Plumbing and Gasfitting, Carpentry, Security, Motor Industry (Automotive Electrical and Mechanical), Motor Industry (Collision Repair), and Extractive Industries shall to the satisfaction of the Academic Board follow a programme of study for a period of normally not less than one year. Each candidate’s programme of study shall comprise modules totalling a minimum of 120 credits as follows: 2.2.1

Candidates for the Electrical Engineering strand (120 credits) are required to: • Complete all modules in group A, and • A minimum of 27 credits from group B, and • A minimum of 60 credits from elective modules in Group C.

2.2.2

Candidates for the Mechanical Engineering strand (120 credits) are required to: Page 1 of 10


• Complete all modules in group A, and • A minimum of 27 credits from group B, and • A minimum of 60 credits from elective modules in Group D.

2.3

2.4

2.2.3

Candidates for the Security strand (120 credits) are required to: • Complete all modules in group A, and • A minimum of 27 credits from group B, and • A minimum of 60 credits from elective modules in Group E.

2.2.4

Candidates for the Plumbing and Gasfitting strand (120 credits) are required to: • Complete all modules in group A, and • A minimum of 27 credits from group B, and • All modules in group F

2.2.5

Candidates for the Carpentry strand (120 credits) are required to: • Complete all modules in group A, and • A minimum of 27 credits from group B, and • A minimum of 14 credits from group G1, and • A minimum of 46 credits from G2.

2.2.6

Candidates for the Motor Industry (Automotive Electrical and Mechanical) strand (120 credits) are required to: • Complete all modules in group A, and • A minimum of 27 credits from group B, and • All modules in group H1, and • A minimum 14 credits from group H2, and • A minimum of 30 credits from group H3.

2.2.7

Candidates for the Motor Industry (Collision Repair) strand (120 credits) are required to: • Complete all modules in group A, and • A minimum of 27 credits from group B, and • All modules in group I1, and • A minimum 14 credits from group I2, and • A minimum of 30 credits from group I3.

2.2.8

Candidates for the Extractive Industries strand (120 credits) are required to: • Complete all modules in group A, and • A minimum of 27 credits from group B, and • A minimum 4 credits from group J1, and • A minimum of 56 credits from group J2.

All candidates will be enrolled into Module TEGYS1 Trades Studies module for the first semester of their programme. On completion of the first semester students will elect a strand for the second semester. Students will then be withdrawn from Module TEGYS1 and enrolled in the modules relating to the strand selected. Not all elective modules will be offered in any given year.

3. Completion of the Programme A candidate may take up to 1 year to complete this programme full-time unless an extension is granted by special permission of the Head of School/Centre Director. 4. Assessment

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Assessment in this programme is competency based; therefore aegrotat consideration is not available. 5. Award of Qualification A student will be awarded a merit pass for specified modules when the student achieves 100% on the first attempt at an assessment. Candidates who successfully complete the requirements set out in Section 2 of these regulations will be awarded the Certificate in Introduction to Trades with a strand in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering , Carpentry, Security, Plumbing and Gasfitting, Motor Industry–Automotive Electrical and Mechanical, Motor Industry – Collision Repair, or Extractive Industries (Level 2), depending on the Elective Strand completed. • The award of NQF unit standards will credit towards National Certificate qualifications at Level 2 and Level 4 • The completion of the requirements for the following strands will allow students to apply for the following National Certificate qualification. Strand Electrical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Security Mining Motor Industry

National Certificate National Certificate in Electrical Engineering (Level 2) National Certificate in Mechanical Engineering (Level 2) National Certificate in Security (Level 2) National Certificate in Extractive Industries (Core Skills) (Level 2) National Certificate in Motor Industry (Entry Skills) (Level 2)

6. Schedule of Modules Section 1 Group A – Core Compulsory (33 Compulsory Credits. All to be completed) Module Code Module Title Credits TE06400 Manage First Aid 2 TE06401 Provide First Aid 1 TE06402 Provide Resuscitation 1 TE09707 Workplace Communications 5 TE07123 Problem Solving 2 TE04249B Time Keeping 2 TE08489 Solve whole number problems 2 TE08490 Calculations with numbers 2 TE08491 Read and interpret tables and graphs 2 TE12383 Explore career options 2 TE25060 Independently read texts 6 TE02989B Select, assess, and read texts 3 TE12349 Time management 3

Level 3 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 2

Group B – Core Elective (27 Elective Credits to be completed) Module Code Module Title TE05909 Basic Atomic Principles TE05911 Basic magnetism and electromagnetism TE18243 Construct simple electronic products

Level 1 1 2

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Credits 1 1 6

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Module Code TE18239 TE21908 TE21909 TE21911 TE21912 TE02138 TE02139 TE02142 TE07525 TE07526 TE07528 TE07512 TE00504 TE25920 TE12927B

Module Title Introductory knowledge of circuit concepts Basic mechanics Fasteners Worksite Safety Engineering safe working practices Knowledge of asbestos and safety procedures Soft solder metal joints Apply sealants to joints Select materials & establish manufacturing Process Use, and care for, portable machine tools Design tolerances use marking out & measuring tools Produce production drawings to final design Produce a CV (curriculum vitae) Use joints for a BCATS project Basic woodworking hand tools

TE21691 TE15408

Disassemble and re-assemble an engine Safe motoring systems and components

Credits 5 2 1 1 2 1 3 3 4 4 4 3 2 3 6

Level 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 2

2 4

1 1

Credits

Level

2 2 7 3 6 3 5 3 4 2 2 3 2 3 2 2 9

1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 2

Credits

Level

3 3 3 3

1 2 2 2

Section 2 - Elective Trade Strands – one strand to be selected Group C – Electrical engineering (60 compulsory credits) Module Code Module Title TE01978 TE00750 TE25070 TE25071 TE25072Y TE15844 TE15845Y TE15846 TE15847 TE15848 TE15849 TE15851 TE15852 TE10936 TE00057 TE05934Y TE17397Y

Employment Rights Electrical Test Instruments Conductors, insulators and semiconductors Electromotive force Electromagnetism theory Flexible Cords Simple Electrical Diagrams Capacitors and Semi-Conductor Diodes Mathematics and Mechanics Portable Appliances Soldering Electrical Safety Electrical Sub-Circuits Practical Skills Customer Service Electro-static discharge Basic telecommunications concepts

Group D – Mechanical Engineering (60 Compulsory Credits) Module Code Module Title TE00497B TE02432 TE02395Y TE02396Y Version: 12.00 AAC: 01.11.11

Health and Safety Plane Geometric Shapes Engineering Hand Tools Engineering Power Tools

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Module Code

Module Title

TE02430Y TE20799Y TE20917 TE21907Y TE02387 TE04433 TE04435Y TE04436Y TE21905Y TE21906Y TE21908 TE21909 TE21911 TE21913

Engineering Sketches Engineering Metals Engineering Materials Safe Welding Procedures Mechanical Components Measuring Devices Measuring Equipment Marking-Out Equipment Trade Calculations Machining Operations Basic Mechanics Fasteners Worksite Safety Safe Load Shifting Perform basic fabrication operations under supervision

TE25075Y

Group E – Security (Minimum 60 Elective Credits) Module Code Module Title TE03271 TE00505 TE00548 TE12348 TE12355 TE00497B TE01294 TE01304 TE03503 TE20596 TE21105 TE21106 TE21107Y TE21108 TE21109 TE21110 TE06521 TE21737 TE21738

Fire skills Fitness Alcohol and drugs Manage anger Manage stress Safety and health Be interviewed Other cultures Teamwork Security employment Security industry Security law Security communications Professional standards Legal system Electronic Equipment Site Security Manage Violence Use of Force

Group F – Plumbing and Gasfitting (Compulsory 60 Credits) Module Code Module Title Welding, Soldering & Joining for Plumbing and BTPG101 Gasfitting BTPG102 Gasfitting BTPG103 Water Supply and Appliance Fittings BTPG104 Introduction to Roofing Version: 12.00 AAC: 01.11.11

Credits

Level

3 3 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 10 2 1 1 2

2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

10

2

Credits

Level

1 3 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 5 2 7 8 6 5 5 15 8 10

2 1 1 1 2 1 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4

Credits

Level

15

3

15 15 15

3 3 3

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Group G – Carpentry Group G1 – Compulsory (14 Credits) Module Code Module Name TE12997 Knowledge of safe working practices on site TE12998 Demonstrate knowledge of carpentry hand tools TE12999 Knowledge of timber machining equipment TE13000 Demonstrate knowledge of portable power tools Group G2 - Elective Modules (Minimum 46 Credits) Module Code Module Name Demonstrate knowledge of timber in construction TE13002 Demonstrate knowledge of setting out a building TE13004 Preparation for footings and slab on ground TE13006 Formwork up to 1.2 metres TE13008 Fabrication, placing of reinforcing steel, mesh TE13009 Knowledge of making and placing concrete TE13010 Knowledge of fixing exterior claddings TE13017 Installation of roof claddings and lights TE13019 Selection and installation of building hardware TE13023 Knowledge of retaining wall construction TE13026 Adhesives and sealants used in construction TE13028 High wall, column, beam, slab falsework, formwork TE13029 Alternative building construction methods TE13033 Principles of, methods used in weatherproofing TE21211 Perform building calculations TE24378 Knowledge of construction of pile foundations TE24380 Knowledge of floor framing and flooring construction TE24381 Setting out, assembling and erecting wall frames TE24382 Principles/installation of joinery, showers, baths TE24385 Thermal insulation and sound control for buildings TE24386 Cutting, fitting, fixing interior linings and trim TE24388 Knowledge of stair and ramp construction TE24389 TE24392 TE13037 TE13038 TE13039 TE13042 TE13016 TE13053 TE13036

Knowledge of alterations/additions Safely use & maintain carpentry hand tools on site Safely use & maintain bench saws Safely use & maintain portable power tools Set up levelling equipment and take levels Timber and metal scaffolds up to five metres Erect scaffolds up to five metres on site Carry out safe working practices on site

Credits 3 4 3 4

Level 3 3 3 3

Credits 2 3 2 4 1 3 3 2 2 2 2 3 1 4 4 4 3 5 2 2 5 4 3 6 2 8 5 2 4 4

Level 3 4 4 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 4 4 3 3 3 3 4 3 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 4 3 3 4

Group H – Motor Industry (Entry Skills) - Automotive Electrical and Mechanical Strand

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Group H1 - Compulsory Modules (16 compulsory Credits) Module Code Module Title TE07118Y TE00249Y TE03856Y TE21672Y TE21673Y TE21674Y TE03877Y TE00229Y TE21869 TE16113Y TE21669Y TE21858Y TE21859Y

Manage Own Learning Programme Personal Workplace Requirements Emergency Procedures Emerging Technology Stock Security Terminology Protecting Vehicle Electronics Locations and Functions of Systems Road Wheels Safe Working Practices Hand Tools and Equipment Work Habits Select and Use Hand Tools

Group H2 - Core Elective Modules (Minimum of 14 elective credits) Module Code Module Title TE00101 TE07123 TE21857 TE00233 TE21719 TE21670 TE21671 TE21682 TE21683 TE21684 TE21685 TE21714 TE21715 TE02989B TE00405 TE00056 TE00057 TE00064

Keyboarding Skills Problem Solving New Zealand Motor Industry Automotive Battery Motor Vehicle Lamps General Engineering Tasks Carry Out General Engineering Tasks Oxy-Acetylene Welding MIG Welding Use MIG Welding Plant Use Oxy-Acetylene Plant Fastening Systems Use Fastening Systems Read and Assess Texts Consumerism Customer Enquiries Customer Service Calculations

Group H3 – (Minimum of 30 elective credits required) Module Code Module Title TE21681 TE00234 TE00235 TE21667 TE21675 TE21676 TE21707 TE00240 Version: 12.00 AAC: 01.11.11

Stock Starting and Charging Systems Ignition Systems Electrical Circuits Batteries Test Auto Electrical Circuits Automotive Electrics Principles Petrol Fuel Systems

Credits

Level

1 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2

Credits

Level

3 2 2 2 1 3 4 2 2 3 3 2 2 3 3 2 2 2

1 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 1

Credits

Level

2 4 4 3 2 4 6 3

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

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Module Code

Module Title

TE21677 TE21678 TE21692 TE00247 TE21679 TE21680 TE21716 TE00239 TE00924 TE21668 TE00231 TE00243 TE00244 TE21686 TE21687 TE21688 TE21717 TE21722 TE21689 TE21720 TE21721

Diesel Fuel Systems Repair Exhaust system Service Diesel Fuel System Prepare For Use Balancing and Interchanging Road Wheels Lubricants and Sealants Apply Lubricants and Sealants Manual Transmissions Cleaning Equipment Cleaning Components Two and Fours Stroke Engines Tuning Four Stroke Engine Assemble Four Stroke Engine Cooling Systems Tuning Petrol Engines Assemble Multi-Cylinder Engine Service Cooling Systems Balance Wheels Brake Fluid Braking Systems Vehicle Suspension

Credits

Level

2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 2 4 4 6 2 3 3 3 2 2 2 2

2 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Credits

Level

1 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2

Credits

Level

3 2

1 2

Group I – Motor Industry (Entry Skills) - Collision Repair Group I1 - Compulsory Modules (16 compulsory Credits) Module Code Module Title TE07118Y TE00249Y TE03856Y TE21672Y TE21673Y TE21674Y TE03877Y TE00229Y TE21869 TE16113Y TE21669Y TE21858Y TE21859Y

Manage Own Learning Programme Personal Workplace Requirements Emergency Procedures Emerging Technology Stock Security Terminology Protecting Vehicle Electronics Locations and Functions of Systems Road Wheels Safe Working Practices Hand Tools and Equipment Work Habits Select and Use Hand Tools

Group I2 - Core Elective Modules (Minimum of 14 elective credits) Module Code Module Title TE00101 TE07123 Version: 12.00 AAC: 01.11.11

Keyboarding Skills Problem Solving

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Module Code

Module Title

TE21857 TE00233 TE21719 TE21670 TE21671 TE21682 TE21683 TE21684 TE21685 TE21714 TE21715 TE02989B TE00405 TE00056 TE00057 TE00064

New Zealand Motor Industry Automotive Battery Motor Vehicle Lamps General Engineering Tasks Carry Out General Engineering Tasks Oxy-Acetylene Welding MIG Welding Use MIG Welding Plant Use Oxy-Acetylene Plant Fastening Systems Use Fastening Systems Read and Assess Texts Consumerism Customer Enquiries Customer Service Calculations

Group I3 - Collision Repair (Minimum of 30 elective credits) Module Code Module Title TE21700 TE21718 TE21693 TE21694 TE21695 TE21696 TE21697 TE21698 TE21699 TE21701 TE21702 TE21703 TE21704 TE21705 TE21706 TE21709 TE21710 TE21711 TE21712 TE21713

Use Hazardous Materials Hazardous Materials Motor Body Power Tools Mask and Fill a Repair Repair Minor Damage Finish Coats Panel Damage Exterior and Interior Motor Body Parts Prepare and Paint Body Parts and Trim Surface Preparation Masking, Primers and Fillers Bolted on Panels Filling and Sanding Use Spray Gun Remove and Replace Damaged Panels Fill Sand and Repair Colours and Finish Coats Spray Guns Use Power Tools and Equipment

Credits

Level

2 2 1 3 4 2 2 3 3 2 2 3 3 2 2 2

1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 1

Credits

Level

2 2 2 3 3 2 2 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 3

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Credits 1 3

Level 2 1

Group J – Extractive Industries Group J1 - Core (4 Compulsory Credits) Module Code Module Name TE03271 Fire Skills TE00497B Protect health and safety in the workplace Version: 12.00 AAC: 01.11.11

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Group J2 – Core Elective (56 Elective Credits) Module Code Module Name TE17696 Requirements to work at a surface extraction site TE07146 Requirements to work at an underground mine TE1178 Safe workplace practices TE01277 Communicate information TE09677 Participate in a team TE16687 Knowledge hazardous substances at extractive site TE23648 Safe working practices at an extractive site TE20732 Environmental requirements for an extractive site TE08922 Safety checks prior to equipment usage TE09681B Contribute to a team or group Deal with mine fires using extinguishing agents TE16697 Describe develop & maintain ventilation systems TE17705Y Interpret and test for gases TE21281Y Apply hazard ID and risk assessment TE17602

Credits 4 6 3 3 3 3 5 4 2 3 3 6 7 4

Level 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 2 3 4 4 4 3

Credits 60

Level 2

Group K – Elective (60 Credits) Module Code TEYGS1

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Module Name Trades Studies

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