Certificate in Educational Achievement in Mechanical Engineering (General) (Level 3)
About the programme
Mechanical engineering applies some of the basic principles of engineering, physics, and materials science for the design, analysis, manufacturing and maintenance of mechanical systems. It is the branch of engineering that includes the design, production and operation of machinery; including hand tools and portable power tools, measuring and dimensional measuring devices, engineering marking-out equipment, various steel cutting and welding procedures, assembly, CAD design software and most importantly, safe work practices and procedures.
This take-home project based course will introduce you to the exciting world of engineering and will provide you with the ability to look into an engineering apprenticeship, or start higher level of mechanical engineering qualification at Wintec.
Vocational pathway: Manufacturing and Technology
Programme code: VP0017
NCEA level: 2/3
Number of credits: 30
Programme structure: 1 day per week (8.30am-3pm) during the school term.
Duration of programme: 32 days
Location: Wintec Rotokauri Campus, 51 Akoranga Road Hamilton
Entry criteria: To enter year two you will need to have completed 80% of the available credits in year one, and 100% of the available credits relating to your chosen year two module. All students must either have, or be enrolled in Level 2 Math or are completing the equivalent unit standard at school to be eligible. Candidates who do not meet this may be accepted at the discretion of the WTA.
Further details: www.youthguarantee.net.nz
Contacts: You must enrol through your school. Please see your careers advisor.
Please note this programme is pending external approval.
|TE2401||Safely shut down and isolate machines and equipment||8||3||3|
|TC29652||Demonstrate knowledge of safety, health, risk assessment, hazard ID and control on an engineering work-site||1||3||3|
|TC30263||Perform fabrication operations||2||3||10|
|TC4437||Select, use and care for advanced engineering equipment||7||3||3|
|TC30438||Dismantle, inspect and assemble components within assemblies||1||3||6|
|TC30273||Set up and operate a CNC lathe or machining centre||1||3||3|
|TC29650||Demonstrate knowledge of the safe use of powered equipment in a mechanical engineering or fabrication workshop||1||2||2|
|||Total NZQA Credits||30|