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1 SCHOOL OF TRADES, ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION National Certificate in Mechanical Engineering (Level 2) Certificate in Engineering - Light and Heavy Fabrication (Level 2) National Certificate in Motor Industry (Entry Skills) (Level 2) Certificate in Electrical Engineering (Level 2) National Certificate in Electrical Engineering (Level 2) Certificate in Electricity Supply (Level 2) National Certificate in Security (Level 2) Certificate in Trade Technology (lumbing, Gasfitting and Roofing) (Level 3) Certificate in Trade Technology (Carpentry) (Level 3) Certificate in Motor Industry (Introductory Motorsport) (Level 3) Certificate in Applied Technology (Automotive Heavy) (Level 3) Certificate in Applied Technology (Automotive Engineering) (Level 3) National Certificate in Electrical Engineering (Level 3) Certificate in Trade Technology (Joinery) (Level 3) National Certificate in Industrial Measurement and Control (Level 5) Up to 5 years part-time National Certificate in Industrial Measurement and Control (Level 4) 2 to 3 Years part-time National Certificate in Electrical Engineering (Electrician for Registration (Level 4) part-time National Certificate in Security Management (Supervision) (Level 5) National Diploma in Engineering (Civil) (Level 6) National Diploma in Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) (Level 6) National Diploma in Quantity Surveying (Level 6) National Diploma in Construction Management (Level 6) National Diploma in Architectural Technology (Level 6) National Diploma in Engineering (Electrotechnology) (Level 6) National Diploma in Security (Level 6) Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 and 5 Level 6 49

2 AUTOMOTIVE AUTOMOTIVE REFINISHING (CAR AINTING) 2 Days 2 Days $80 (GST incl.) per student $80 (GST incl.) per student These courses introduce younger students to the Motor Industry. They will learn in an up-to-date, fully-equipped workshop, and work on real engines and cars. These short courses also provide a taste of life in a tertiary environment and provide an insight into an automotive-based career, plus giving the student an experience of learning on the Wintec campus. This course introduces students to a career in Automotive Engineering (Motor Mechanics). Dismantle an engine Learn about engine operation Re-build an engine Safety standards require students to wear clothing that is not loose and leather footwear (boots) that will protect the feet. Sneakers are not suitable. Safety equipment is provided by Wintec where required. Automotive Engineering (Mechanic) Automotive Heavy Engineering (Diesel Mechanic) Automotive Electrical Motorcycle Mechanic Trailer Boat Mechanic 6 and 7 August 3 and 4 September 29 and 30 October 19 and 20 November These courses introduce younger students to the body refinishing area of the Motor Industry. They will learn in an up-to-date, fullyequipped, workshop. These short courses also provide a taste of life in a tertiary environment and provide an insight into an automotive-based career, plus giving the student an experience of learning on the Wintec campus. Learn basics of car painting Make things using the skills required of a car painter Safety standards require students to wear clothing that is not loose and leather footwear (boots) that will protect the feet. Sneakers are not suitable. Safety equipment is provided by Wintec where required. Automotive Refinishing (car / truck painter) Furniture Refinishing Boat Refinishing Automotive anel Beating Coach Building (Truck Bodies) 30 and 31 July 13 and 14 August 27 and 28 August 10 and 11 September or 1 day at the Wintec Otorohanga Trades Centre 18 May 10 August 9 November 50

3 AUTOMOTIVE ANEL BEATING CARENTRY AND JOINERY Year 11 and above 2 Days LOcation $80 (GST incl.) per student $55 (GST incl.) per student This course introduces younger students to the body repair area of the Motor Industry. They will learn in an up-to-date, fully-equipped, workshop. This short course also provides a taste of life in a tertiary environment and provides an insight into an automotive-based career, plus giving the student an experience of learning on the Wintec campus. Learn basics of panel beating Make things using the skills required of a panel beater Safety standards require students to wear clothing that is not loose and enclosed leather footwear (boots). Sneakers are not suitable. Safety equipment is provided by Wintec where required. Automotive anel Beating Automotive Refinishing (car / truck painter) Coach Building (truck bodies) Boat Refinishing Furniture Refinishing 23 and 24 July 6 and 7 August 20 and 21 August 3 and 4 September This course introduces younger students to the building industry. They will learn in an up-to-date, fully-equipped workshop. This short course provides an insight into the construction industry, in particular a career in carpentry and joinery while giving the student a taste of life in a tertiary environment on the Wintec campus. Safety standards require students to wear clothing that is not loose and enclosed leather footwear (boots). Sneakers are not suitable. Safety equipment is provided by Wintec where required. Carpenter Leading Hand / Foreman Builder roject Manager Construction Supervisor Building Inspector Leading Hand / Foreman Self Employed Joiner Furniture / Cabinet Making Boat Building Shop Fitting 6 May 27 May 1 July 29 July 26 August 23 September 28 October 51

4 ENGINEERING Machining and Turning ENGINEERING Light Fabrication and Welding $55 (GST incl.) per student $55 (GST incl.) per student The machining and turning in engineering introduces students to the basic skill set required for the engineering and manufacturing industry, and gives them an experience of a day on the Wintec campus. This course introduces students to a career in fitting and turning operations, covering knowledge of a range of specialist techniques which are used in the engineering industry, such as: Measuring by using a range of very accurate measuring tools Marking out and forming techniques for metals Thread making Demonstrations of a range of machine tools Safety standards require students to wear clothing that is not too loose and enclosed leather footwear. Sneakers are not suitable. Safety equipment is provided by Wintec where required. Career outcomes include employment in local engineering and engineering manufacturing industries located in the Waikato. 22 May 4 September The light fabrication taster introduces students to the basic skill set required for manufacturing and welding in the fabrication industry and gives them an experience of a day on the Wintec campus. This course introduces students to a career in light fabrication operations, covering knowledge of a range of specialist techniques which are used in the light and heavy welding industry such as: Experience welding both stainless and mild steel olishing stainless steel techniques During this taster students will produce an item to take home. Safety standards require students to wear clothing that is not too loose and enclosed leather footwear. Sneakers are not suitable. Safety equipment is provided by Wintec when required. Career outcomes include employment in local engineering fabrication and engineering manufacturing industries located in the Waikato. 3 April 26 June 18 September or 1 day at the Wintec Otorohanga Trades Centre 15 June (Free) 14 September (Free) 52

5 ENGINEERING CAD - Computer Aided Draughting INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING. General computer knowledge is needed Year 11 and above. General computer knowledge is needed City Campus $40 (GST incl.) per student $40 (GST incl.) per student This course introduces students to a career in Architectural or Mechanical Computer Aided Design. Have created something in 3D in CAD See potential for where CAD can take them Comfortable but suitable clothing and enclosed footwear. No jandals. Architectural Design, Interior Design, Mechanical Design Landscape Design Construction Companies roduct Manufacturers Movie Industry Animation 13 March 7 August This course introduces students to a career in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. Have assembled and soldered a small electronic project Have been introduced to programming of industrial controllers Comfortable but suitable clothing and enclosed footwear. No jandals. Electric power engineering, generation and transmission Electronic engineering and manufacturing Electrical building services Electrotechnology engineering project management and development Illumination engineering Instrumentation and control ower electronics 15 May 21 August 53

6 LUMBING Introduction to lumbing and Gasfitting ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING Year 12 and above 2 Days 8.30am - 3pm City Campus $55 (GST incl.) per student $75 (GST incl.) per student This course introduces students to a career in lumbing and Gasfitting. Gain an understanding of the work of a lumber and Gasfitter Learn to bend and braze copper tube Learn to join polybuteline and polyethylene pipe Learn to water test and gas test pipe work Set, read gas pressures and safely light up gas appliances Comfortable but suitable clothing and enclosed leather footwear. No jandals. lumber, Gasfitter Own your own business 15 May 26 June 14 August 23 October UNIT STANDARD erform manual soldering and de-soldering procedures for electrotechnology Soldering is a core discipline for electrical and electronic engineering whether manufacturing or repairing equipment. Spend 2 days on the City Campus assembling, soldering, testing and modification of a small electronic project. Comfortable but suitable clothing and enclosed leather footwear. No jandals. Electric power engineering, generation and transmission Electronic engineering and manufacturing Electrical building services. ower electronics Electrotechnology engineering project management Illumination engineering, instrumentation and control 3 and 4 September

7 AUTOMOTIVE, CARENTRY AND ENGINEERING Three Trades athway Note: Units can be done individually. Year 12 and above 2395 $155 UNIT STANDARD $ $ Select, use and care for, engineering hand tools Demonstrate knowledge of carpentry hand tools 229 Identify the general locations and functions of motor vehicle systems and main components 3 4 Unit 2395: During the Engineering unit you will be introduced to metal turning, milling, grinding and welding. You will then use the skills you have learned to complete a small project. Specialist areas alternative fuels, automotive air conditioning, automotive alignment specialists, automotive dismantling and recycling, automotive glaziers, automotive service/departmental management, brake service engineering, car grooming (vehicle detailing), diesel fuel injection engineering, insurance companies, local body and dangerous goods inspectors, motor body suppliers, motor vehicle assembly, radiator repairs, sign and stripe applicators, tyre fitters. Carpentry Further Study Apprentice Carpenter Carpenter Leading Hand / Foreman Builder roject Manager Construction Supervisor Building Inspector Unit 2395 Unit Unit 229 Wednesday 6 May 24 June Wednesday 5 August 23 September To be advised Unit: 12998: This unit provides an opportunity to demonstrate knowledge with a combination of theory and practical activities using carpentry hand tools. Unit 229: This unit uses a combination of theory and practical hands on activities for students to be able to identify the locations and layouts of systems and main components on motor vehicles. Safety standards require students to wear clothing that is not loose and enclosed hard leather footwear that will protect the feet. Sneakers are not suitable. Safety equipment is provided by Wintec where required. Engineering Further study Entry level positions within the engineering, machining and manufacturing industries such as Fitter and Turner, Maintenance Engineer, Machinist Automotive Further Study Trade groups automotive electrical and electronics, automotive engineering (light vehicle), automotive heavy engineering, automotive machining, automotive parts and accessories merchandising, automotive refinishing, coachbuilding, motorcycle engineering, outdoor power equipment, collision repair, trailer boat servicing, vehicle sales; 55

8 ENGINEERING GO-KART ROGRAMME Introduction to Fabrication Welding ENGINEERING CURRICULUM ATHWAY Free UNIT STANDARDS Interested in an engineering related career? Students are introduced to welding while producing their own electric go-kart (or similar project). Unit 21907: Students will be able to work in an engineering workshop safely without harming yourself or others. Unit 2672: Learn the correct processes and procedures to weld metal together in a manner that is acceptable to industry. The above units can be cross-credited. WHAT SHOULD THE STUDENTS WEAR? Safety standards require students to wear clothing that is not too loose and enclosed leather footwear (boots). Sneakers are not suitable. Safety equipment is provided by Wintec where required. Stainless steel welding in the food industry. Boiler Maker Mechanical Engineering Civil Engineering Motor Industry General Engineering Industry Year 12 and above 2 Days per week over 10 weeks 8.30am - 3pm $550 (GST incl.) per student (approx.) Demonstrate and apply knowledge of safe welding procedures under supervision 2672 Weld steel to a general purpose industry standard with the gas metal arc welding process Wintec has developed a free (Level 2) Engineering package for secondary schools. UNIT STANDARDS 7525 Select materials and establish processes for a manufacturing task 7526 Use, and care for, portable machine tools in materials technology 7528 Work to design tolerances using marking out and measuring tools safely in materials technology 5228 Take measurements and use calculations to solve measurement problems 7512 roduce production drawings to meet final design requirements 1277 Communicate information in a specified workplace ENGINEERING ACKAGE SUGGESTED FOR SCHOOLS The above units are recommended as preparation for students wishing to head into careers in Engineering. The package is available on disc for Secondary Schools to use in their school curriculum. Students who successfully achieve these units and with their teacher s recommendation, will automatically be short-listed for the following Wintec courses. They include: Certificate in Engineering (Light & Heavy Fabrication) Certificate in Enginering (Maintenance & Diagnostics) Students can also be short listed for the longer term Level 5 / 6 courses but will also need to have 12 credits or more in both Level 2 Maths and hysics. They include: Diploma in Engineering (Civil) National Diploma in Engineering (Mechanical) Short-listed students may also be required to be interviewed by Wintec staff. Every Monday for 20 weeks 9 March - 17 August 56

9 AUTOMOTIVE ARTNERSHI ROGRAMME ricing Structure Year 12 and above Available February to November $400 per unit per year + $12.50 per workbook per student, or $25 per unit per student + $12.50 per workbook per student THE AIM OF THE AUTOMOTIVE ARTNERSHI ROGRAMME To provide Schools with a selection of automotive unit standards that is relevant and can be credited towards the National Certificate in Motor Industry (Entry Skills) (Level 2). Units are to be selected that can be achieved in the high school environment dependant upon technical expertise, knowledge, equipment availability and subject to approval by Wintec. lease contact the STAR Co-ordinator for further details * Demonstrate knowledge of safe working practices in an automotive workshop Demonstrate knowledge of general engineering tasks in the motor industry Carry out engineering tasks in the motor industry 21669** Demonstrate knowledge of hand tools and workshop equipment for motor industry applications 21859** Select and use hand tools and workshop equipment for an automotive application 229 Identify and general locations and functions of motor vehicle systems and components 231 Explain the operation of two and four stroke petrol and diesel engines 244 Disassemble and reassemble a four stroke engine to a running state SCHOOL REQUIREMENTS FOR EACH UNIT DELIVERY Schools will have the necessary equipment and resources to complete each unit standard selected. A safety book is required listing: Each piece of machinery and the possible hazards or dangers in operating it All areas used by students need to be assessed by the School Safety Officer and possible hazards eliminated entirely. If that is not possible, minimized. Hazard warnings shall be placed by the area or machine and a note of the hazard recorded in the safety book detailing the way to operate in a safe manner Each student has to have it explained so that they are fully aware of the safe way to work Recommended workshop size should not exceed 18 students for safety reasons and ability to assess practical work NOTE We advise students wishing to further their study in Automotive at Wintec to do no more than 18 Automotive Level 2 credits. Any further credits may affect their ability to secure a Student Loan or a Student Allowance. Students may enter into an apprenticeship within the automotive industry or enrol at Wintec for further study. ARTNERSHI ROGRAMME For the partnership programme teaching structure and requirements please refer to back inside cover. * This unit is compulsory and must be completed prior to any other units being done. ** Combined units, one cost of $400 57

10 ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING ARTNERSHI ROGRAMME Delivery Option Year 12 and above Available February to November Flexible To be advised on delivery option UNIT STANDARD Explain the properties of conductors, insulators and semiconductors and their effect on electrical circuits Demonstrate knowledge of electromotive force (e.m.f) production THE AIM OF THE ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING ROGRAMME To provide schools with assistance in delivery of core Electrical unit standards and can be credited towards the National Certificate in Electrical Engineering (Level 2). Completion of these unit standards will enhance an applicant s chances of entry into the our National Certificates and National Diploma in Engineering (Electrotechnology) (Level 6). TEACHING STRUCTURE AND REQUIREMENTS Unit standards must be done in consultation with the principal Wintec lecturer Depending on equipment available at school, students may be required to attend half or one day blocks to cover practical requirements or assist with learning of this unit standard. In some cases the practical work could be done on site using the mobile Wintec teaching trailer Demonstrate knowledge of electromagnetism theory Electric power engineering, ower generation and transmission Electronic engineering and manufacturing Electrical building services Electrotechnology engineering project management and development Illumination engineering ARTNERSHI ROGRAMME For the partnership programme teaching structure and requirements please refer to back inside cover

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