If you're interested in how and why things work, if you'd like to be able to dismantle, repair and reassemble all kinds of machinery and if you'd like to be able to make new components and assemblies using a whole range of machine tools, then you should seriously consider a career as a skilled tradesperson in the manufacturing and technology industries.
Our programmes will set you up for a career as a machinist, fitter or toolmaker, fabricator, welder or maintenance engineer.
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The following programmes are available in this area of study:
- New Zealand Certificate in Mechanical Engineering (Advanced) (Level 5)
- Certificate of Achievement in Computer Numerical Controller Setting and Programming (Level 5)
- Certificate of Achievement in Computer Aided Drawing (Level 5)
- Certificate of Achievement in Solid Works and Computer Aided Manufacturing (Level 5)