Industrial measurement and control professional examining equipment

Industrial Measurement and Control (Theory 4)

New Zealand Certificate in Industrial Measurement and Control (Theory) (Level 4)

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Course details

  • Subject to Approval
  • Jan 2022
    Jul 2022
  • Part-time
  • FREE under TTAF (usually $9,651)
  • Level 4
  • Rotokauri Campus – online and block courses

Summary

The New Zealand Certificate in Industrial Measurement and Control Level 4 is a part-time course that combines distance and block course learning. The block courses are based at our Hamilton Rotokauri Campus trades-training facility in a hands-on environment.

You will gain the knowledge and skills from our industry-experienced tutors you need to understand and apply these to equipment used in the industry through this programme. 

The training will provide the knowledge you need to ensure you understand how to effectively install, service, calibrate, commission, and fault find on a wide range of instrumentation. You can then progress on to further qualifications such as Process Control and Automation Level 5 to enhance your career development.

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Module codeModule titleLevelCreditsPre-requisitesCo-requisites
IMCT312​Industrial Measurement Principles3
15

 
IMCT313Industrial Measurement Systems3
16
IMCT312
 
IMCT314Industrial Control Systems​3
13
IMCT312
 
IMCT315Analytical and Weight Measurement Systems​3
15
IMCT312
 
IMCT316Electrical Selection and Fault-Finding Techniques3
15

 
IMCT317Applied Digital and Analog Electronics3
15
 
IMCT421Process Control Systems4
10

IMCT312

IMCT313

IMCT314

IMCT315

 
IMCT422Process Control Loops4
13
IMCT421
 
IMCT423Installation of Industrial Instruments4
14
  
IMCT424IMC in Explosive Atmospheres4
10

 
COMS201Report Writing2
3


IMCT201Workplace Safety2
10


COMS302Stakeholder Engagement3
5


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Career/further opportunities

Graduates may be employed as instrumentation technicians in the industrial measurement and control field, servicing industries such as petrochemicals, pulp and paper, wood products, dairy manufacturing, metal refining, food and beverage, meats and brewing production, water and wastewater treatment, and power generation.

Disclaimers

Entry criteria

You can apply for this programme if you meet one of the below options.

Based on your school achievement (secondary school study)​

  • 40 credits at NCEA Level 2; including 10 literacy credits at NCEA Level 2, 10 numeracy credits at NCEA Level 1 and 14 credits in a science subject at NCEA Level 2;
  • Or a recognised equivalent.

Based on study completed after school (tertiary study)

  • A relevant course at NZQF Level 2;
  • Or a recognised equivalent.

Based on your work experience (on the job)

If you can demonstrate relevant knowledge, skills and experience that you have gained through work experience, that will help you to be successful in the programme.​

English language requirements

Candidates who have English as a second language are required to have an International English Language Test System (IELTS) score of 5.5, with no individual band score lower than 5; or equivalent.

Selection criteria

All applicants not meeting any of the entry requirements will be interviewed for suitability for the programme. Should spaces in the programme become limited, selection will be based on:

a) Academic history;
b) Prior relevant qualifications gained.

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Pathways

To check what you need to gain entry to a course, review the entry criteria available on each programme page. These assist you in understanding what qualifications or experience are typically required to gain entry. You can contact our team at info@wintec.ac.nz or 0800 2 Wintec at any time for further guidance.

Your first day

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What you will need

Timetable information

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How to find your way around

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Parking and bus information

Both the Rotokauri and City campuses have parking available - permits are required. Learn more about parking and find out about discounted bus services here.

He reo pōwhiri  - Your official welcome to Wintec

Tēnei te mihi mahana ki a koe e piki nei, e kake nei ki te Kuratini o Waikato.

You are warmly invited to attend the official welcome to Wintec for all new students, staff and whānau (family) at either our marae, Te Kōpū Mānia o Kirikiriroa or Rotokauri campus. The pōwhiri is a welcoming ceremony involving mihimihi (speeches), waiata (singing), and will conclude with kai timotimo (light refreshments). Please gather at the campus hubs, and a staff member will guide you through our pōwhiri.

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Paying for your study

Course-related costs

Additional information

Booklist

Purchasing textbooks

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    General book suppliers

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    Health status

    Uniform

    Equipment

    Clinical placement

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