Electrical Engineering and Trades

As well as the breadth of full time programmes available at Manukau Institute of Technology, we also offer a range of short courses for those who wish to upskill or retrain in electrical, networking or programming certifications.

Note: $150 International Student processing fee (this will apply to all International Students enrolling into our Short Courses in 2019). 

Additional courses

In addition to those listed on these pages, courses may be offered in Motor Speed Control, Project Finance for Engineers, DeviceNet and SCADA if there is sufficient demand.

Please contact us to register your interest today.

Courses

Next date: 26 February 2019

Who should attend

Open to all persons holding electrical registration.

Duration:
One Day (Parts A & B)
Part A: Electrical Testing & Safety (4.5 Hours)
Part B: CPR & First Aid (2 Hours)
Modules A & B may be taken individually
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Next date: 25 February 2019

Who should attend

Technicians and tradespeople who do not require full electrical registration, but work with equipment powered from the mains supply.

Duration:
Five and a half days or five weeks (two evenings per week)
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Next date: 18 February 2019 (day) or 25 February 2019 (night)

Who should attend

Technicians and tradespeople who do not require full electrical registration, but work with equipment powered from the mains supply.

Duration:
Five and a half days or seven weeks (two evenings per week)
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Next date: 2019 dates coming soon

Who should attend

People seeking New Zealand registration as an electrician.

Duration:
Five days or fifteen weeks (one evening per week)
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Next date: 2019 dates coming soon

Who should attend

People seeking New Zealand registration as an electrician.

Duration:
Five days or fifteen weeks (one evening per week)
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Next date: 29 April 2019

Who should attend

People seeking New Zealand registration as an electrician.

These courses focus on assessing the competence of the skills required by those wanting to become registered electricians.  Candidates are advised to apply to the EWRB for confirmation of their eligibility to study this course.

Duration:
Five days
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Next date: 29 April 2019

Who should attend

People seeking New Zealand registration as an electrician.

These courses focus on assessing the competence of the skills required by those wanting to become registered electricians.  Candidates are advised to apply to the EWRB for confirmation of their eligibility to study this course.

Duration:
Five days
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Next date: 2019 dates coming soon

Who should attend

This course is for registered electricians who are seeking registration as an Electrical inspector.

Entry is normally restricted to registered electricians, electrical engineers or registered engineering associates.

Duration:
Eight days or sixteen weeks (one evening per week)
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Next date: 7 May 2019

Who should attend

Trades people who have limited knowledge in the electrical field.

The objective of this course is to provide an introduction to the Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) for persons who have no, or limited knowledge of these electronic devices, that are extensively used in many areas of industry. Participants need to be familiar with the use of a personal computer.

Duration:
Eight Evenings
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Next date: Courses will commence in February and July

Who should attend

Technicians and engineers seeking to update current knowledge.

Participants need to have completed PLC Basics or have an equivalent level of experience.

Duration:
One Semester
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Next date: Courses will commence in February and July

Who should attend

Technicians and engineers seeking to update current knowledge.

Participants will need to have completed PLC Programming 1 or have an equivalent level of experience.

Note: You must be able to demonstrate competence with the English language. For international students, suitable evidence could be a score of 6 on IELTS, or the MIT English language test, or equivalent.

Duration:
One Semester
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Next date: Courses will commence in February and July

Who should attend

Participants must be proficient in the Windows environment and have a working knowledge of the Internet and its browsing software.

Note: You must be able to demonstrate competence with the English language. For international students, suitable evidence could be a score of 6 on IELTS, or the MIT English language test, or equivalent.

Duration:
One Semester
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Next date: Courses will commence in 2019

Who should attend

Participants who have successfully completed Introduction to Networks.

Note: You must be able to demonstrate competence with the English language. For international students, suitable evidence could be a score of 6 on IELTS, or the MIT English language test, or equivalent.

Duration:
One Semester
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Next date: Courses will commence in 2019

Who should attend

Participants who have successfully completed Introduction to Networks and Routing and Switching Essentials.

Note: You must be able to demonstrate competence with the English language. For international students, suitable evidence could be a score of 6 on IELTS, or the MIT English language test, or equivalent.

Duration:
One Semester
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Next date: Courses commence in 2019

Who should attend

Participants who have successfully completed Introduction to Networks, Routing and Switching Essentials and Scaling Networks.

Note: You must be able to demonstrate competence with the English language.  For international students, suitable evidence could be a score of 6 on IELTS, or the MIT English language test, or equivalent.

Duration:
One Semester
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Next date: Please contact us for more information

Who should attend

Participants who would like to be able to create, manage and instruct their own Cisco Certified Network Associate classes.

Note: You must be able to demonstrate competence with the English language.  For international students, suitable evidence could be a score of 6 on IELTS, or the MIT English language test, or equivalent.

Duration:
Varies
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Next date: 2019 dates coming soon

Who should attend

This course covers the “on job” elective unit standards which are required as apart of your Apprenticeship Training.

Duration:
One day, 8.00am - 3.00pm*
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