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NZ Marine and Composites ITO


Auckland

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NZ Marine and Composites Industry Training Organisation

A division of the NZ Marine Industry Association, NZMAC ITO's special character as an industry training organisation is built on the long tradition of apprenticeships in New Zealand's Marine and Composites Industry. 

Apprenticeship Training Process:

GET A JOB
Prospective apprentice/trainee secures employment with an approved marine or composites company and enters into a training agreement with the NZ Marine and Composites Industry Training Organisation (NZMAC ITO).

LEARN THE SKILLS
Training consists of learning in the workplace, supplemented by specialist courses at Polytechnics/Universities. The employer and the NZMAC ITO Field Officers support and regularly assess the apprentice/trainee to determine what skills (unit standards) have been achieved.

GAIN A QUALIFICATION
The New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZ Government) and the NZMAC ITO issue a National Certificate once all unit standards have been achieved.

Apprenticeship Qualifications Available
Most of the following qualifications will require an apprenticeship of 3 to 5 years, depending on the qualification chosen and any prior competencies of the apprentice.  There are no age restrictions and NZMAC ITO welcomes adult apprentices in addition to school leavers.

Qualifications include:

  • National Certificate in Boatbuilding (Composite) - Level 4
  • National Certificate in Boatbuilding (Wooden) - Level 4
  • National Certificate in Boatbuilding (Alloy) - Level 4
  • National Certificate in Boatbuilding (Steel)  - Level 4
  • National Certificate in Boatbuilding (Marine Cabinetmaking) - Level 4
  • National Certificate in Boatbuilding (Marine Systems Engineering)-? Level 4
  • National Certificate in Boatbuilding (Metal Sparmaking) - Level 4
  • National Certificate in Boatbuilding (Composite Sparmaking)  - Level 4
  • National Certificate in Boatbuilding (Marine Rigging) - Level 4
  • National Certificate in Boatbuilding (Composite Production Trailer Boats) - Level 4
  • National Certificate in Boatbuilding (Alloy Production Trailer Boats) - Level 4
  • National Certificate in Boatbuilding (Fill and Fair Marine Substrates) - Level 3
  • National Certificate in Boatbuilding (Interior Marine Painting) - Level 3
  • National Certificate in Boatbuilding (Exterior Marine Painting) - Level 3
  • National Certificate in Boatbuilding (Interior and Exterior Marine Painting) - Level 4
  • National Certificate in Boatbuilding (Marine Electrical & Electronic Installation) - Levels 3 and 4
  • National Certificate in Marine Sales & Services (Marine Retail and Distribution)  - Levels 2 and 4
  • National Certificate in Marine Sales & Services (Boat Sales & Brokerage)  - Level 4
  • National Diploma in Boatbuilding - Level 5
  • National Certificate in Composites - Levels 3 and 4
  • National Certificate in Marina Operations and Services - Level 3
  • National Certificate in Competitive Manufacturing Levels 2, 3 and 4
  • National Diploma in Competitive Manufacturing - Level 5
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