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CERTIFICATE IN MOTOR INDUSTRY (INTRODUCTORY MOTORSPORT) (LEVEL 3) CODE TE0705

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TRADES ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION This school offers programmes in architectural technology, automotive engineering, body repair and refinishing, carpentry, construction management, electrical engineering, electricity supply, electrotechnology, gasfitting, heavy automotive, industrial measurement and control, joinery, light and heavy fabrication, mechanical engineering, motorsport, plumbing, quantity surveying, roofing and security.


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One year Avalon Campus, Hamilton Applications Close December Starts Late January Fee Guideline $4809

Turn your passion into a career. If motorsport action gets you revved-up then Wintec’s Certificate in Motor Industry (Introductory Motorsport) (Level 3) is designed just for you. This Motorsport New Zealand supported programme is intended as the first stage of preparing you to work at a motor racing event or on a racing team. You will learn skills in motorsport, automotive engineering and automotive body repairs. When you complete your Certificate in Motor Industry (Introductory Motorsport) (Level 3) you will be able to work in a motorsport team or in the automotive industry. You will also have the skills required to begin an apprenticeship with an employer. After successfully completing this programme, if you do not wish to pursue a motorsport career you will be able to move into either the light-automotive, panel beating or engineering programmes currently offered by Wintec, whereby many of the unit standards achieved can be cross-credited. PROGRAMME CONTENT The Certificate in Motor Industry (Introductory Motorsport) (Level 3) incorporates a range of motor industry domains such as engines, brakes, chassis, welding, tuning, working with composites, safety, motorsport rules, electrical, transmission, chassis fabrication, fabrication, panel beating and automotive trim. This programme runs five days per week. Monday to Thursday are spent in class, approximately 8.00am – 4.30pm. Friday is set aside for industry work experience and completion of projects.

There are two scholarships available from the Perry Foundation that will be awarded to the successful candidates towards their fees. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES The Certificate in Motorsport Industry (Introductory Motorsport) (Level 3) may lead to a career in the motorsport industry with the ability to start an apprenticeship in the panel beating or automotive trades. Skills learned may also assist you in moving into the motor vehicle restoration, panel beating, panel fabrication, automotive engineering and engineering industries. ENTRY CRITERIA Subject to the requirements specified below there is open entry to this programme, although candidates must demonstrate a reasonable likelihood of success. All candidates must have a minimum of a valid learner’s driving licence and must be 18 years or over to meet MotorSport New Zealand requirements. Entry for candidates under 18 years of age is at the discretion of the Head of School or a delegated representative. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION You will study at Wintec’s Avalon campus which is widely regarded as one of the best Trades training areas in the country. Its modern, open plan workshops contain upto-date equipment to help you learn all the necessary practical skills. The tutors are wellqualified, industry experienced and familiar with the latest technology. All this makes Wintec Trade graduates well sought after in the industry. SECONDARY STUDENTS Want to experience motorsport for a day? Come to Wintec and do one of the following

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 WT0100/0909

Taster courses: Automotive Automotive Refinished (Car Painting) Automotive Panelbeating

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If you want to get your motorsport career underway while you are still at school a range of Automotive Unit Standards can be taught at your school. 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 Perry Foundation Neil Callaghan Motorsport Scholarship. More information and applications forms are available at www.wintec.ac.nz/ scholarships. ENQUIRIES To enrol contact our Student Enrolment and Information Centre on 0800 2 wintec (0800 2 946832) or online at www.wintec.ac.nz/ contact.


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