Industrial Measurement and Control (Theory 4)
New Zealand Certificate in Industrial Measurement and Control (Theory) (Level 4)
View programme modules
|Module code||Module title||Level||Credits||Pre-requisites||Co-requisites|
|IMCT312||Industrial Measurement Principles||3||15|
|IMCT313||Industrial Measurement Systems||3||16|
|IMCT314||Industrial Control Systems||3||13|
|IMCT315||Analytical and Weight Measurement Systems||3||15|
|IMCT316||Electrical Selection and Fault-Finding Techniques||3||15|
|IMCT317||Applied Digital and Analog Electronics||3||15|
|IMCT421||Process Control Systems||4||10|
|IMCT422||Process Control Loops||4||13|
|IMCT423||Installation of Industrial Instruments||4||14|
|IMCT424||IMC in Explosive Atmospheres||4||10|
Graduates may be employed as as an entry level technician in the Industrial Measurement and Control field servicing industries such as pulp and paper, dairy, petrochemicals, steel and aluminium, wood products, extractives, food products, energy generation and distribution, water and wastewater, and other utilities.
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 criteriaAll 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.
Your first day
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What you will need
How to find your way around
Wintec pōwhiri/nau mai, haere mai
Wintec extends a warm invitation to all new students to attend a Pōwhiri to welcome the semester ahead. After formalities, light refreshments will be served in the marae dining room, Te Kōpū Mānia o Kirikiriroa, Wintec City Campus.
Paying for your study
Course related costs
If your programme requires you to have access to textbooks, these can be purchased through a range of suppliers listed below:
- Bennetts (Bennetts has a store operating on campus at the University of Waikato, Hamilton)
New Zealand-based suppliers
General book suppliers
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