Learn to dismantle and re-assemble engines, work with sheet metal to build projects and start automotive oxy-fuel welding. This is the perfect programme for people who enjoy technology with its hands-on, project based approach. After completing this programme, you can study towards a Level 3 qualification if you like.
This is a FREE programme.
A travel subsidy is available for Youth Guarantee students.
Student loans and allowances are available for 18 year olds and above who meet the StudyLink criteria.
Find out if you are eligible by calling StudyLink on Freephone 0800 88 99 00 or visit www.studylink.govt.nz.
Want to work in automotive engineering?
With this programme you will gain the skills to work in the automotive engineering industry or to study towards a trade apprenticeship. This 26-week programme gives you valuable practical experience as well as improving your literacy and numeracy skills. It can lead to a career as a mechanic, automotive or marine engineer, vehicle servicer or fabricator.
Gain a qualification in 26 weeks:
- NCEA Level 2 (Vocational Pathway - Manufacturing and Technology)
Learn more about the NCEA Vocational Pathways.
- You must be aged 16 years and above
- No school qualifications are required and priority is given to applicants who do not have qualifications
- You must be a NZ or Australian citizen or permanent resident
- You must be physically capable of safely completing the practical welding components in the programme
- You will be required to complete a literacy and numeracy assessment
- You may also be assessed on your English language speaking and listening skills, if English is your second language
- Students will be selected in order of application
Upon completion of this programme, you will gain NCEA VP Manufacturing and Technology) Level 2 – this will enable you to undertake a Level 3 qualification, if you wish.
Career options may include:
- Automotive mechanic
- Automotive Engineer
- Vehicle Servicer
- Diesel mechanic
- Marine engineer