The New Zealand Certificate in Electrotechnology (Level 3) has been updated to be more versatile and fit-for-purpose.
In collaboration with industry, the new qualification has been modernised, taking into account the new technologies in the market. This course has now integrated recommended pre-learning unit standards giving learners a well-rounded education.
The qualification is still based on on-job and off-job assessments. Each assessment has been reviewed and, where possible, made into a smaller, more manageable format.
Those who have chosen to complete the Service strand will also complete the Electrical Workers Registration Board’s Electrical Appliance Serviceperson (endorsed) exam.
Once learners have completed the NZC in Electrotechnology (Level 3) they can choose to continue onto one of four different strands.
- New Zealand Certificate in Electronic Security (Level 4)
- New Zealand Certificate in Electrical Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Installation and Service) (Level 4)
- New Zealand Certificate in Electronic Engineering (Level 4)
- New Zealand Certificate in Customer Premise Systems (Level 4)
For more information you can view the following documents:
Electronic Security Programme L3- v3
Info Sheet – NZC Electrotechnology L3- NZSA
Electrotech – Qualification changes
For enquiries, please contact:
022 568 6671
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Skills Organisation, the ITO for the Security Industry, are seeking a subject matter expert (SME) for Electronic Security who can assist the Skills resource developers to produce materials that both match the qualifications and unit standards and are fit for purpose. The work will be on the new apprenticeship qualification for Security Technicians.
The attached Job Description outlines the essential and desired qualifications, knowledge and experience required for the role.
Appreciating that those with the required skills may already be in employment, it is envisaged that the role can be undertaken on either a fulltime or part-time contract period. An attractive hourly payment will be offered.
If you wish to apply, please complete the attached SME Profile Form and forward to Kath Williams at Kathw@skills.org.nz or for more information, contact Kath on 021 2554064.
SME JD Electronic Security
SME profile sheet