Level 3 NZ Certificate in Fencing
The purpose of this qualification is to provide the fencing industry with people who have the knowledge and practical skills to repair, maintain, and construct rural electric and non-electric fences, or to construct and repair industrial fences.
- This qualification is for people who are entering the fencing industry and wish to develop skills and knowledge for fencing.
- The graduate will benefit from having a qualification that recognises progression through the industry, and skills and knowledge; to enable improved job performance.
- The rural sector will benefit from having rural strand graduates who can construct fencing structures.
- The industrial sector will benefit from having industrial strand graduates who can work in a team and construct industrial fences.
- Graduates will be capable of working under limited supervision.
Northland and Marlborough 2021
Expressions of interest are encouraged from anyone interested in undertaking the Level 3 Certificate in Fencing in the Marlborough or Northland regions. Fencing Contractors NZ and NorthTec are looking at course viability and need a minimum of 12 (maximum 15) students for this to happen.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR 2020
DATE: North Island – Wednesday 5th August, Cambridge
South Island – Wednesday 13th August, Christchurch
MAXIMUM SPACE: 15 students max.
COST: No charge. This is covered by the Targeted Training and Apprenticeships Fund (TTAF) until 31st December 2022. The fund will cover course fees, compulsory course costs, and compulsory student services fees paid by learners or employers to tertiary education organisations.
STRUCTURE: The programme is a mixture of online learning, applied work experience and block course learning. You will attend four x 2-day block courses, unless you require rural vehicle unit standards and then one of the block courses will be for a total of four days. (*Although unlikely, indicative dates may be subject to change.)
How does the programme work?
The programme is a mixture of online learning, applied work experience and block course learning. You will attend four 2 day block courses, unless you require rural vehicle unit standards and then one of the block courses will be for a total of four days.
What do I need to bring to block courses?
You will need to bring a pen and paper and covered shoes for the practical components. You will need to bring your lunch, tea and coffee will be provided.
What time will the block courses start/finish?
The block course days will start at 9am to allow for travel time. Each day will generally finish at 4pm.
What else do I need?
At home you will need an internet connection and a way to connect to the internet. You may find having a smartphone will help you to easily fulfil your assessment requirements.
How many people will be on my block course?
We have a minimum number of 12 students and a maximum number of 15 for an intake to run. What do I do if I have any other questions, who can I contact?
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