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Employers are telling us

that the world has changed


and they need graduates
with both the practical and
professional skills to hit the
ground running.

They are looking for people


who are highly innovative,
practical, know how to use
technology and are work-
ready.

People with these skills are


New Professionals.
Welcome
Introduction

2 Welcome to WelTec
5 Reasons to choose WelTec
7 Take the right step
8 Enrolment

Programmes

10 Addiction, Counselling and Health Studies


14 Automotive Technology
16 Built Environment
18 Business Management
20 Business Administration

22 Construction Trades
26 Creative Technologies
30 Engineering

34 English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)


36 Exercise Science and Recreation
38 Hairdressing, Beauty Therapy and
Make-up Artistry

42 Horticulture and Landscaping


44 Hospitality
48 Information Technology
52 Social Services
54 Travel and Tourism
56 Veterinary Nursing and Animal Care
58 Foundation
58 Teaching and Training

Further information
59 Student Support
61 Entry criteria
62 Career Opportunities
64 Find out more
Welcome to WelTec
Greetings, Kia Ora, Talofa Lava,
Kia Orana, ni sa Bula Vinaka,
Kaise Hai, Malo e Lelei,
Halo Olgeta, Taloha ni, Bozu,
Fakalofa Lahi Atu,
Annyong haseyo,
Neih hou, Namaste

At WelTec our job is to ensure that the skills we teach are relevant
for your success, in the future as well as today. We deliver
practical, relevant qualifications designed to enhance your career
and employment options.

You will find that we are future focused. Our teaching staff are
specialists and researchers in their fields, and we are investing in
exciting new technology to ensure that we remain at the leading
edge of training and learning in New Zealand.

Our passion for the future is based on solid foundations. WelTec


02 has had an important place within the wider Wellington region for
over 100 years. We offer a comprehensive range of education to
almost 11,000 students each year.

Our teaching is enhanced by the positive industry relationships


we develop and enjoy. We work closely with employers so that
we, and they, are confident that our graduates have the skills they
need to succeed in the workplace.

WelTec’s business, industry and professional partnerships are


of enormous benefit to you. Students work on real projects and
employers often recruit our graduates directly from WelTec.

You will find that everyone who works at WelTec is committed to


making it a supportive and friendly place to learn. You will find
inspiration and support here, as well as an excellent education.
Above all, you’re a name, not a number, at WelTec. I look forward,
with all the staff, to getting to know you.

Dr Linda Sissons
WelTec Chief Executive
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04
Reasons to
choose WelTec
Practical
Get the best of both worlds with the right combination of theory and
practical skills. Connect with employers through practical experience
such as case studies, industry partnerships and work experience.

Relevant
Enter the workforce with a range of skills and knowledge relevant to
today’s workplace, with qualifications developed in consultation with
industry advisory groups and employers.

In demand
Join the next generation of new professionals and stand out from the
crowd with the best mix of theory and practical skills that employers 05
demand.

High quality
WelTec certificates, diplomas, degrees and graduate diplomas are
NZQA accredited and, with City and Guilds and other international
qualifications on offer, your qualification will be well recognised –
both here and abroad.

High-tech
WelTec is up to date with the latest technology – you will have access
to leading teaching technology, specialist facilities and cutting-edge
equipment.

Expert attention
Learn from teaching staff who have a wealth of industry experience
and specialist knowledge in their subject areas.

Close support
We empower our students to achieve, with a range of support
services ranging from academic and learning support to financial,
cultural and personal support.
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Take the right step
The academic staircase to your success
Choose a programme level that suits you, and climb the ‘staircase’
to higher levels to reach your career goals. In many cases study at
a lower level in a subject will count towards gaining a higher-level
qualification. Our staff can advise you on how to make the staircase
work for you.

Well recognised qualifications


WelTec certificates, diplomas, degrees and graduate diplomas are NZQA
accredited and, with City and Guilds and other international qualifications on
offer, your qualification will be well recognised – both here and abroad.
Credit for what you already know
Find out about our Recognition of Prior Learning and Recognition of Current
Competence processes. You could save yourself extra work and time if you
already have some relevant skills – contact us for more information.
Transfer from somewhere else
We may be able to give you credit towards your programme at WelTec for study
you have done at another tertiary institution.
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Or take your WelTec qualification even further
We have a number of special agreements with other tertiary providers who
recognise WelTec qualifications as entry criteria or as partial completion towards
their qualifications.
Graduate
Certificates
Degrees and Diplomas

Diplomas Higher-level Specialised


qualifications that programmes at
Certificates Also referred to are usually take level 7 for people
as undergraduate 1 – 2 years to who already
Foundation Certificates are degrees. These complete. have degrees or
Programmes available in a are at level 7 substantial work
variety of subjects and usually experience in their
Entry-level or from levels 1 to 7 take 3 years to field.
pre-employment and range in length complete.
programmes for from 1 week to They usually run
people returning to a year. for 6 months or
study or needing 1 year.
introductory study
for their chosen
field.

Keen to enrol but not sure what programme


or course is right for you?
For more information or assistance in deciding what to study before you enrol,
you can contact one of our Student Advisors. We are able to assist with course
information and careers advice, campus tours, enrolment questions and much
more.

n Phone: 0800 935 832 n Email: studentadvisors@weltec.ac.nz


Enrolment
The Enrolment process is as easy as
these 5 simple steps.

Complete an Enrolment Form

1
online, by post, or in person.

enrol online
www.weltec.ac.nz

enrol by post
Wellington Institute of Technology
Private Bag 39814, Lower Hutt 5045.

enrol in person
Refer to page 65 to find the your closest
WelTec Campus.

We will assess whether you meet the

2
08 entry requirements for your chosen
programme. You will be contacted if we
require any additional information.

Once your application is approved,

3
we will send you an Offer of Place. This
will include an invoice for your fees and an
acceptance card. You will be advised if we
are unable to offer you a place.

Return the completed acceptance card

4
to secure your place at WelTec.

Confirm your fees are paid – If you have

5
applied for a student loan please ensure that
all necessary forms have been completed
and you have been granted eligibility for the
loan.

Welcome
to WelTec!
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Addiction,
Counselling and
Health Studies
Addiction Studies | Counselling | Health Psychology
Trauma Management | Health Leadership
Supervision

Gain New Zealand’s only Bachelor in Alcohol and Drug


Studies at WelTec.

Get a national qualification locally; study addictions in


Wellington, Auckland, Christchurch, Hamilton, Rotorua,
Hawkes Bay and Taupo.

Choose from a great range of counselling programmes


from Health Psychology to Career Counselling to a
Bachelor of Counselling – the only one of its kind in the
Wellington region.

10 Move up to the next level of your learning with our


staircasing options. Start with a certificate, move on to a
diploma and finish with a degree.

LEVEL 7
LEVEL 6 Bachelor
Degree
LEVEL 5 Certificate
Graduate
LEVEL 4 Certificate Diploma Diploma
Diploma Graduate
Certificate Certificate
Graduate Diploma IN Theory GRADuate Diploma in
of Addictions | L7 Addiction Studies | L7

START DATE FEB & JULY START DATE FEb & JULY

DURATION 1 year DURATION 1 year (FULL-TIME)

WELLINGTON CBD WELLINGTON CBD


LOCATION
AUCKLAND LOCATION AUCKLAND
CHRISTCHURCH
STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME
STUDY OPTIONS FULL & PART-TIME
PROG CODE HV4421
PROG CODE HV4350
FEE GUIDE
Guide only–subject to change.
$5,470
FEE GUIDE
Guide only–subject to change. $5,470
Enhance your theoretical understanding of addiction
disorders and broaden your knowledge and skill Broaden your knowledge and skills in the
base in relation to the psychogenesis of addictions. management of clients with complex addictive
disorders. Gain real experience with clinical
Entry requirements* practicums within New Zealand health services.
Students enrolling in the Graduate Diploma in
Theory of Addictions (Level 7) will be required Entry requirements*
to have attained a degree, or have equivalent Students enrolling in the Graduate Diploma in
practical, professional or educational experience in Addiction Studies (Level 7) will be required to have
a relevant field, which may include other Level 6 or 7 attained a degree, or have equivalent practical,
qualifications. professional or educational experience in a
relevant field, which may include other Level 6 or
7 qualifications. Applicants are also required to
demonstrate appropriate clinical practice experience
in addictions or in other relevant fields.

Bachelor of ALCOHOL Diploma in Alcohol and Drug


AND DRUG STUDIES | L7 Studies | L6

START DATE FEB & JULY START DATE FEB & JULY

DURATION 3 YEARS (FULL-TIME) DURATION 2 YEARS (FULL-TIME) 11


LOCATION WELLINGTON CBD WELLINGTON CBD
Other satellite locations AUCKLAND LOCATION AUCKLAND, ROTORUA
available. CHRISTCHURCH
CHRISTCHURCH

STUDY OPTIONS FULL & PART-TIME STUDY OPTIONS FULL & PART-TIME

PROG CODE CT3718 PROG CODE HV4213

FEE GUIDE FEE GUIDE


Guide only–subject to change. $5,470 (YEAR 1) Guide only–subject to change. $5,470 (YEAR 1)

New Zealand’s only Bachelor of Alcohol and Drug Gain an advanced level of understanding of addictive
Studies, this programme provides you with expertise behaviour. Learn to critically examine and conduct
to work with those impacted by addictions including effective methods of intervention, management and
substance misuse and drug dependence. On prevention for people with addiction issues. Continue
completion of your studies you will be eligible to on to gain a Bachelor of Alcohol and Drug Studies
apply for membership with DAPAANZ (Drug & with one additional year of study.
Alcohol Practitioners Association of Aotearoa
Entry requirements*
- New Zealand).
As for Bachelor of Alcohol and Drug Studies.
Entry requirements*
42 credits at NCEA level 3, including a minimum of
14 credits at level 3 in each of three subjects, or an
equivalent qualification.

At WelTec I gained great


insight about myself, but more
importantly I learnt skills that
enabled me to help people find
their own personal growth and
wholeness.
WENDY DAWSON
Counsellor, Salvation Army
Bachelor of alcohol
and drug studies

NQ NATIONAL QUALIFICATION * FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61
Certificate in gambling and other Certificate in Alcohol and Drug Certificate in Alcohol
impulse control disorders | L6 Studies (Support work) | L5 and Drug youth work | L5

START DATE FEB & JULY START DATE FEB & JULY START DATE FEB & JULY

DURATION 1 YEAR (PART-TIME) DURATION 1 YEAR (PART-TIME) DURATION 1 YEAR (PART-TIME)

WELLINGTON CBD WELLINGTON CBD WELLINGTON CBD


LOCATION AUCKLAND AUCKLAND AUCKLAND
CHRISTCHURCH LOCATION CHRISTCHURCH LOCATION CHRISTCHURCH
HAMILTON HAMILTON
STUDY OPTIONS PART-TIME HAWKES BAY HAWKES BAY

PROG CODE HV4349 STUDY OPTIONS PART-TIME STUDY OPTIONS PART-TIME


FEE GUIDE
Guide only–subject to change.
$2,740 PROG CODE HV4214 PROG CODE HV4348

FEE GUIDE FEE GUIDE $2,740


Learn about the similarities and differences between Guide only–subject to change. $3,770 Guide only–subject to change.
addictive behaviours and gambling to gain a
specialist understanding of impulse control disorders. Develop an understanding of addictive behaviours Develop your understanding of adolescent substance
and a practical knowledge of the management and misuse and addictive behaviour. Gain practical skills
Entry requirements*
prevention of addiction disorders. and appropriate intervention strategies essential for
As for Bachelor of Alcohol and Drug Studies.
working with adolescent users.
Entry requirements*
As for Bachelor of Alcohol and Drug Studies. Entry requirements*
As for Bachelor of Alcohol and Drug Studies.

Bachelor of Counselling | L7 GRaduate Certificate in Childhood DIPLOMA IN COUNSELLING


Sexual Abuse COUNSelling | L7 APPLIED | L6
START DATE FEB & JULY
START DATE FEB & JULY START DATE FEB & JULY
DURATION 3 YEARS (FULL-TIME)
DURATION 1 YEAR DURATION 2 YEARS (FULL-TIME)
WELLINGTON CBD
LOCATION
& AUCKLAND LOCATION WELLINGTON CBD WELLINGTON CBD
LOCATION
& AUCKLAND
12 STUDY OPTIONS FULL & PART-TIME STUDY OPTIONS PART-TIME
STUDY OPTIONS FULL & PART-TIME
PROG CODE CT3709 PROG CODE HV4345
PROG CODE HV4248
FEE GUIDE FEE GUIDE $2,740
Guide only–subject to change. $5,470 (YEAR 1) Guide only–subject to change.
FEE GUIDE $5,470 (YEAR 1)
Guide only–subject to change.
Provides practising counsellors requiring an
Start your life-changing career in the field of
accredited programme with the knowledge Comprising the first two years of the Bachelor
professional counselling. The Bachelor of
and skills to work competently, safely and ethically of Counselling, you will gain a comprehensive
Counselling will provide you with the opportunity
with clients who have experienced sexual abuse and understanding of counselling models and
to learn a wide range of leading models and
suffered psychological and emotional consequences. approaches. You also have the option to take
approaches including one of the few deliveries of
two additional papers to gain a double diploma,
Rogerian Theory (Client Centred Practice) in Entry requirements* becoming qualified in both counselling and career
New Zealand. Applicants are required to have an undergraduate counselling.
degree or an equivalent qualification, a minimum of
Entry requirements*
two years full-time employment in a relevant field and Entry requirements*
42 credits at NCEA level 3, including a minimum of
to be a member of a relevant accredited professional As for Bachelor of Counselling.
14 credits at level 3 in each of three subjects, or an
organisation.
equivalent qualification.

Certificate IN HEALTH
LEAdership | L5

START DATE FEB & JULY

DURATION 17 WEEKS

LOCATION PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS MODULAR

PROG CODE HV4327

FEE GUIDE TBA


Guide only–subject to change.

Designed to provide you with the skills to


effectively manage resources within today’s
health environment. The programme focuses on
roles within the District Health Board (DHB) but
is also suitable for those working within the wider
New Zealand health sector. Includes ‘on the job’
mentoring from tutors and provides you with a
valuable opportunity to network with other managers

Entry requirements*
Either a level 3 qualification on the National
Qualifications Framework (or equivalent), and an
appropriate health qualification or relevant work
experience in the health sector.
DIPLOMA IN HEALTH Psychology: CERTIFICATE IN Supervision Diploma in Trauma management | L5
hauora Hinengaro | L5 (Human Services) | L5
START DATE FEB, JULY & NOV
START DATE FEB & JULY START DATE TBA
DURATION 1 YEAR (PART-TIME)
DURATION 1 YEAR (FULL-TIME) DURATION 17 WEEKS
DISTANCE LEARNING
PETONE WELLINGTON CBD LOCATION (With workshops in Wellington, Auckland
LOCATION or Christchurch)
(With some study in Wellington CBD) LOCATION AUCKLAND
CHRISTCHURCH
STUDY OPTIONS FULL & PART-TIME STUDY OPTIONS PART-TIME
STUDY OPTIONS 2 BLOCK COURSES
PROG CODE HV4314 PROG CODE HV4332

FEE GUIDE
PROG CODE HV4336 FEE GUIDE
$4,150 Guide only–subject to change.
$1,440
Guide only–subject to change.
FEE GUIDE $1,230
Guide only–subject to change.
Explore your career options with health psychology. Gain a deeper understanding of the effect of trauma in
Designed for students who are returning to study, a crisis situation with studies in Trauma Management.
A sound theoretical and practical foundation in
this introductory programme provides you with the Through this programme you’ll discuss and describe
the knowledge and skills required for supervisory
opportunity to discover more about yourself and appropriate responses to critical incidence scenarios
practice within a human services environment.
your interests. Health Psychology will take you on and increase your overall understanding of trauma and
a journey to explore how our attitudes, and those Entry requirements* its impact on the individual psyche.
expressed by friends, family and the media influence 42 credits at NCEA level 3, including a minimum of
Entry requirements*
our health. 14 credits at level 3 in each of two subjects, or an
A Level 4 qualification or its equivalent on the National
equivalent qualification. Applicants are also required
Entry requirements* Qualifications Framework. Students will be working in
to have a minimum of two years full-time employment either paid or voluntary work with people and groups
36 credits at NCEA level 2 in three subjects. (or equivalent) in a relevant human services field who are experiencing trauma.
and a minimum of 20 hours experience of being
supervised. Access to supervisees required.

Certificate in trauma studies | L4


National Bachelor in Youth National Bachelor in
START DATE FEB, JULY & NOV Development ** Social Work **
DURATION 17 WEEKS (PART-TIME)
NQ national qualification NQ national qualification
DISTANCE LEARNING
LOCATION (With workshops in Wellington, Auckland This National Degree is being developed by the This National Degree is being developed by the
or Christchurch) Social Services Industry Training Organisation and Social Services Industry Training Organisation
is planned to be offered by WelTec in July 2011**.
STUDY OPTIONS PART-TIME
and is planned to be offered by WelTec in
2012/2013**. 13
The programme will equip you to work as a
PROG CODE HV4335 youth worker in a wide range of fields including The programme will equip you to work as a
addictions, community development and youth social worker in a wide range of fields including
FEE GUIDE $570 counselling. This degree is practically based and
Guide only–subject to change. addictions, child, youth and family services, aged
provides the educational and practical learning care and mental health. This degree is practically
Become better prepared to provide support in opportunities to develop competent practitioners based and provides the educational and
crisis situations with training in trauma studies. The who meet the competencies of the National Youth practical learning opportunities to develop
certificate provides you with an excellent introduction Workers Network Aotearoa (NYWNA). competent practitioners who will be able to
to the topic of trauma studies, with the option to meet the competencies of the Social Workers
continue to complete three additional papers to gain Registration Board (SWRB).
a Diploma in Trauma Management. Throughout the
programme you’ll explore the common responses to
loss, change and grief and learn about the impact of
trauma on the individual and the group.

Entry requirements*
A level 3 qualification or its equivalent on the National
Qualifications Framework.

The knowledge I have gained at


WelTec has been invaluable, it has
enabled me to do the work I am
currently employed to do.
Sharon Goodier | Graduate
Bachelor of Counselling

NQ NATIONAL QUALIFICATION * FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61 ** SUBJECT TO ACADEMIC APPROVAL
Automotive
Technology
Automotive Engineering | Motorcycle Engineering
Automotive Electrical/Electronics | Refinishing
Spraypainting | Panelbeating | Diesel Engineering

Learn in a state-of-the-art Autotronics Lab and specialist


automotive workshops with the latest equipment.

Complete work experience placements throughout your


studies to gain invaluable experience and assist you to
find employment upon completion.

Many of our qualifications include City and Guilds


certificates and diplomas, which are recognised in over
140 countries around the world.

WelTec is a preferred provider of automotive


engineering programmes by the Motor Industry Training
Organisation (MITO).

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LEVEL 4
LEVEL 2 Certificate

Certificate
Certificate in Automotive Certificate in Automotive Electrical and Electronics
Technology | L4 TechnologY | Strands Incorporates the following qualifications:

Light Vehicle National Certificate in Motor Industry (Entry Skills) (L2)



START DATE FEB Incorporates the following qualifications:  National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive
 City and Guilds Diploma in Vehicle Maintenance Electrical Engineering) (L4)
DURATION 3 YEARS
and Repair (Light Vehicle) This programme includes fundamentals in tuning,
LOCATION PETONE  City and Guilds Advanced Diploma in Vehicle engine operation, diagnosis and repair and
Maintenance and Repair (Light Vehicle) electronic/electrical control systems on vehicles.
Year 1 & 2: Full-time Learn how to use diagnostic equipment to
STUDY OPTIONS
Year 3: part-time National Certificate in Motor Industry (Entry Skills) (L2)
 locate electrical and electronic faults, repair and
National Certificate in Automotive Engineering (L4)
 replace automotive electrical systems and engine
PROG CODE HV4420 NQ
Designed for those wanting a career as an management systems.
FEE GUIDE $5,750 (Year 1) automotive engineer. Develop your diagnostic skills
Guide only–subject to change. Motorcycle
+ $750 course related costs working in our specialist Autotronics Lab and put Incorporates the following qualifications:
theory into practice on our fleet of vehicles, where you
this certificate includes City & Guilds will inspect and diagnose vehicles for faults, repair or  City and Guilds Diploma in Vehicle Maintenance
qualifications replace any faulty parts or systems and service and and Repair (Motorcycle)
tune engines.  National Certificate in Motor Industry
The Certificate in Automotive Technology offers a
(Motorcycle) (L4)
common first year with the option of specialising Heavy Vehicle
in your second year in Light Vehicle, Motorcycle, Gain expertise working on a wide range of heavy  City and Guilds Advanced Diploma in Vehicle
Electrical and Electronics or Heavy Vehicle. Develop vehicles including trucks, buses, earth-moving Maintenance and Repair (Motorcycle)
your knowledge of automotive electrical and equipment and agricultural equipment. Learn how The only qualification of its type in New Zealand
electronics, engines, body and auxiliary systems, to diagnose vehicle faults, dismantle engines or – this programme is designed to cover areas of
fuel systems, power transmission, suspension and other parts, repair or replace faulty parts, service motorcycle engineering including diagnosing and
controls in specialised workshops using some unique heavy automotive equipment, adjust engines and repairing mechanical faults, installing systems and
high-tech equipment, including our Autotronics Lab. electronics and understand regulations and safety accessories, servicing and adjusting motorcycles to
standards. improve performance and electrical and electronic
Entry requirements* components. You will learn in a workshop designed
12 credits at NCEA level 1 in literacy and numeracy specifically to teach motorcycle engineering and in our
or equivalent knowledge/experience. Applicants purpose-built Autotronics Lab.
may be required to attend an interview as part of the
selection process. Required: Class 1 NZ Drivers
Licence - minimum is a Restricted Licence.

Certificate in Automotive Paint


and Panel | L2
15
START DATE MARCH
WelTec Autotronics
DURATION 34 WEEKS
Lab – first of its kind
LOCATION PETONE
in New Zealand
FULL-TIME
STUDY OPTIONS Three days per week with one day self directed The Autotronics Lab, with its fault simulation
study and one day work experience. capabilities provides a high-tech approach
to automotive diagnostics. The system is a
PROG CODE HV4451 NQ
smart mix of computers, demonstrators and
FEE GUIDE simulation panels all networked to a dedicated
$5,850 (plus $1000 course costs)
Guide only–subject to change. server. The lab provides you with the advanced
technical knowledge and experience needed
Designed to prepare you for employment as an
to equip you for careers in today’s automotive
apprentice panelbeater or refinisher, the Certificate in
industry.
Automotive Paint and Panel (Level 2) will provide you
with foundation spray-painting and panel repair skills
to start your career. With strands in panelbeating and FACILITIES AND
refinishing you can choose to specialise in your area EQUIPMENT
of interest.

Entry requirements* You will learn in purpose-built facilities that have


Open entry. been designed to encourage and support you
throughout your studies. You will have access
to the latest automotive technologies including
New Zealand’s first Autotronics training lab and
gain experience working on real vehicles as
part of your course work.
Our facilities include:
 Autotronics lab
 Panelbeating workshop
 Refinishing workshop
 Refinishing spray booth
 Automotive workshops
 Transmission workshop
 Engine room
 Motorcycle workshop
 Virtual Spray Painter

NQ NATIONAL QUALIFICATION * FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61
Built
Environment
Architectural Draughting | Construction Management |
Quantity Surveying | Building Surveying

Designed by industry for industry, you’ll get a


qualification that is recognised and relevant nationwide.

Take on real-world projects, go on site visits and listen


to visiting industry specialists.

Take your drawings to the next level with training in


ArchiCAD and get free student software.

LEVEL 6
LEVEL 5 National Diploma

Certificate

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National Diploma in National Diploma in quantity National Diploma in
Architectural Technology | L6 Surveying | L6 Construction Management | L6

START DATE FEB START DATE FEB START DATE FEB

DURATION 2 YEARS (FULL-TIME) DURATION 2 YEARS (FULL-TIME) DURATION 2 YEARS (FULL-TIME)

LOCATION PETONE LOCATION PETONE LOCATION PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS FULL & PART-TIME STUDY OPTIONS FULL & PART-TIME STUDY OPTIONS FULL & PART-TIME

PROG CODE ND0357 NQ PROG CODE ND0358 NQ PROG CODE ND5352 NQ

FEE GUIDE FEE GUIDE FEE GUIDE


Guide only–subject to change.
$4,820 (YEAR 2) Guide only–subject to change. $5,500 Guide only–subject to change.
$5,320

Programme content includes: developing building Programme content includes: tendering for work; Programme content includes: tendering;
concepts; preparing working drawings for residential, estimating and cost planning; and valuing building management of construction programmes; planning;
commercial and industrial buildings; and evaluating works for quantity surveying. Meets the academic health and safety; and site management. Meets the
principles of architectural design. Meets the requirements of the New Zealand Institute of Building academic requirements for the New Zealand Institute
academic requirements of the New Zealand Institute and affiliate membership of the New Zealand Institute of Building Surveyors and New Zealand Institute of
of Building and allows you to become an associate of Quantity Surveyors. Building.
member of the Design Association of New Zealand.
Entry requirements* Entry requirements*
Entry requirements* Refer to National Diploma in Architectural Refer to National Diploma in Architectural
NCEA Level 2 with a minimum of 12 credits in each Technology (L6). Technology (L6).
of mathematics, English and a science subject.
Applicants with prior academic or industry experience
(carpentry, joinery and plumbing) may also gain entry
into the programme.

Student Work by Kenneth Landall National cERTIFICATE IN


cONSTRUCTION (sUPERVISOR) | L5

START DATE VARIOUS

DURATION 2 YEARS 17
LOCATION PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS PART-TIME

PROG CODE NC1131 NQ

FEE GUIDE
Guide only–subject to change. $2,240 (YEAR 1)

Learn practical skills in: principles of supervision for a


construction site; supervising sub-trades; supervising
installation of building site excavation support
systems; building construction methods; survey
requirements for the set-out of buildings; outline
construction programme for a project. Includes the
National Certificate in Construction Leading Hand
(Level 4).

Entry requirements*
National Certificate in Carpentry or equivalent.

Take your drawing


to the next dimension The support at WelTec is
Short courses in ArchiCAD I and ArchiCAD II fantastic – the tutors have an
will teach you how to produce architectural
drawings and create 3D digital models amazing amount of knowledge
using computer aided design software and years of experience and
commonly used in the construction
industry.
there was always someone to
go to if you needed help.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
PLEASE CALL 0800 935
832 Or visit EMMA GILBERTSON
www.weltec.ac.nz
Estimator, Richardson Drilling
NaTIONAL DIPLOMA IN
QUANTITY SURVEYING

NQ NATIONAL QUALIFICATION * FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61
Business
Management
Accounting | Human Resources | Management
Marketing | Administration | Secretarial
Office Technology | Reception | Office Management

Our programmes are applied in nature to ensure your


qualification is relevant, practical and in-demand by
employers.

Our strong links with industry mean you will have the
opportunity to work on projects with and for industry.

Our programmes give you the flexibility to study


full-time or part-time at our Petone or Wellington CBD
Campuses.

Learn from industry-experienced tutors who are


experts in their respective fields.

18 LEVEL 6
LEVEL 5 Diploma

Diploma
NZ DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS | L6 DIPLOMA IN ACCOUNTING DIPLOMA IN Marketing | L6
(ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN) | L6
START DATE FEB, JULY & NOV START DATE Feb, July & Nov
START DATE FEB, JULY & NOV
DURATION 2 YEARS (FULL-TIME) DURATION 1½ YEARS (FULL-TIME)
DURATION 2 YEARS (FULL-TIME)
WELLINGTON CBD WELLINGTON CBD
LOCATION LOCATION
& PETONE WELLINGTON CBD & PETONE
LOCATION
& PETONE
STUDY OPTIONS FULL & PART-TIME STUDY OPTIONS FULL & PART-TIME
STUDY OPTIONS FULL & PART-TIME
PROG CODE NC5121 NQ PROG CODE HV4368
PROG CODE HV4367 NQ
FEE GUIDE FEE GUIDE
Guide only–subject to change.
$4,070 (YEAR 1) Guide only–subject to change. $3,860
FEE GUIDE
Guide only–subject to change.
$3,860
Choose from a variety of courses that cover a The Diploma in Marketing is an eight-course
comprehensive range of business subject areas. To study in this programme you will need to enrol in programme focusing on marketing, sales and
You may opt for courses that give you a broad NZ Diploma in Business courses. communication. You will learn how to apply marketing
range of business skills or combine courses that functions to business planning/operations and
This 12-course qualification provides the academic to undertake a range of specialised activities in
will prepare you for a more specialised role in
requirements for entry into the College of Accounting marketing roles. Gain an insight into marketing and
accountancy, marketing, human resources or
Technicians of the New Zealand Institute of Chartered sales practice, marketing planning and strategy,
management. Options include special pathways into
Accountants. buyer behaviour and market research, and develop
workplace applied diplomas.
Entry requirements* core generic business skills with optional papers in
Entry requirements* other areas to complement your studies.
50 credits at NCEA level 2 with at least 12 credits
50 credits at NCEA level 2 with at least 12 credits
in each of three subjects, including at least eight Entry requirements*
in each of three subjects, including at least eight
literacy (reading and writing) credits at level 2 or an 50 credits at NCEA level 2 with at least 12 credits
literacy (reading and writing) credits at level 2 or an
equivalent qualification. in each of three subjects, including at least eight
equivalent qualification.
literacy (reading and writing) credits at level 2 or an
equivalent qualification.

NZIM DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMeNT | L5

START DATE FEB, JULY & NOV

DURATION 34 WEEKS (FULL-TIME)


19
WELLINGTON CBD
LOCATION
& PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS FULL & PART-TIME

PROG CODE HV4369 NQ

FEE GUIDE
Guide only–subject to change. $3,860

To study in this programme you will need to


enrol in NZ Diploma in Business courses.

A broad-based qualification of six NZ


Diploma in Business papers, four of which
are compulsory. Often studied concurrently
with the NZ Diploma in Business.

Entry requirements*
50 credits at NCEA level 2 with at least 12
credits in each of three subjects, including
at least eight literacy (reading and writing)
credits at level 2 or an equivalent qualification.

COMING SOON
The New Zealand Diploma in n
Graduate Diplomas in Business
Business was a great course; and Management.

it included the type of work


that I was doing day to day
so it was very practical. I also
found it to be really flexible.
BRIAN FAITELE
Assistant Generation Accountant
New zealand diploma in
business studies GRADUATE

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Business
Administration
Administration | Secretarial | Office Technology
Reception | Office Management

Our programmes are applied in nature to ensure your


qualification is relevant, practical and in-demand by
employers.

Our strong links with industry mean you will have the
opportunity to work on projects with and for industry.

Your experience will be as close to the real world as it


gets. Learn from industry-experienced tutors who are
experts in their respective fields.

LEVEL 4
LEVEL 3 Certificate

Certificate
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National Certificate in Business NATIONAL Certificate in Business
Administration | L4 Administration and COMPUTING | L3

START DATE FEB & JULY START DATE FEB & JULY

DURATION 17 WEEKS DURATION 17 WEEKS

LOCATION PETONE LOCATION PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME

PROG CODE NC0634 NQ PROG CODE NC0633 NQ

FEE GUIDE FEE GUIDE


Guide only–subject to change.
TBA Guide only–subject to change.
TBA

An advanced level of study for those seeking a career An intermediate level of study to develop existing
in the office environment. It features applied learning skills and prepare you for a career in an office
in business administration and office functions, team environment. Features ‘work ready’ skills in business
skills and supporting computer applications. administration, customer service, team skills and
computer applications.
Entry requirements*
48 credits in NCEA Level 1 including 8 credits Entry requirements*
in literacy (reading and writing) and 8 credits in 8 level 1 NCEA credits in literacy (reading and writing)
numeracy (maths). and 8 NCEA Level 1 credits in numeracy (maths) or
equivalent qualifications/experience.

Certificate in secretarial
computer applications | L3 My experience at
START DATE FEB & JULY WelTec gave me an
DURATION 17 WEEKS
edge. I really enjoyed 21
LOCATION WELLINGTON CBD
the small classes
STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME
and friendly teaching
PROG CODE HV4165

FEE GUIDE
staff. I felt like I was
$2,610
producing work that
Guide only–subject to change.

An ideal qualification for those wanting to learn


current computing applications and/or update I’d actually be using
existing skills. Also appropriate for graduates/
professionals wanting ‘work ready’ computing skills in the workplace.
to increase employment opportunities here and
overseas.
ALICE CHADWICK
Entry requirements*
12 NCEA level 1 credits in literacy or equivalent Product Developer,
qualification/experience. Stotts Cengage Education
CERTIFICATE IN BUSINESS
ADMINISTRATION (L4)

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Construction
Trades
Carpentry | Plumbing and Gasfitting
Painting and Decorating | Brick and Blocklaying
Tiling and Paving

We offer the widest range of trade training in the Wellington


region and are New Zealand’s largest provider of Industry
Training Organisation (ITO) training.

Our leading-edge facilities are second to none, with unique


trade simulation equipment.

Learn in an environment that is as close to the real world


as possible, with on-site experience to ensure you have the
right set of skills.

We work closely with industry to ensure that our


programmes are relevant, up to date and practically based.

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LEVEL 4 Certificate
LEVEL 3 Certificate
LEVEL 2 Certificate
Certificate
National cERTIFICATE IN National CERTIFICATE IN CARPENTRY
cONSTRUCTION (sUPERVISOR) | L5 (Carpentry Cadetship) | L4

START DATE VARIOUS START DATE VARIOUS

DURATION 2 YEARS DURATION VARIES

LOCATION PETONE LOCATION PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS PART-TIME STUDY OPTIONS PART-TIME

PROG CODE NC1131 NQ PROG CODE HV4197 NQ

FEE GUIDE $2,240 (YEAR 1) FEE GUIDE $1,130 (YEAR 1)


Guide only–subject to change. Guide only–subject to change.

Learn practical skills in: principles of supervision for a Combine employment and practical learning on site
construction site; supervising sub-trades; supervising with class tutorials, workshop instruction and on-site
installation of building site excavation support assessment by WelTec carpentry tutors.
systems; building construction methods; survey NZQA-accredited programme through which
requirements for the set-out of buildings; outline students can fulfil the requirements of the National
construction programme for a project. Includes the Certificate in Carpentry (Level 4).
National Certificate in Construction Leading Hand
(Level 4). Entry requirements*
WelTec Certificate in Pre-Trade Carpentry, or full-time
Entry requirements* employment in the construction industry.
National Certificate in Carpentry or equivalent.

The house
WelTec built
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Students on WelTec’s one-year
pre-trade carpentry programme build a house
from the ground up each year, to get real
hands-on experience of the building industry.

The students do everything from the


foundations up, with close supervision from
our experienced tutors.

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Intermediate Certificate in Certificate in Pre-Trade Certificate OF AChievement
Carpentry | L4 Carpentry | L3 in paving | L4

START DATE FEB, JUly & nov START DATE FEB & JULY START DATE OCTOBER

DURATION 34 weeks DURATION 34 WEEKS DURATION 4 WEEKS

LOCATION PETONE LOCATION PETONE LOCATION PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS full-TIME STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME

PROG CODE HV4197 PROG CODE HV4113 PROG CODE HV4430


FEE GUIDE FEE GUIDE
FEE GUIDE $1,130 Guide only–subject to change.
$5,560 $720
Guide only–subject to change.

Designed for those who have completed WelTec’s Learn practical carpentry skills leading to Designed specifically for those seeking to develop
Certificate in Pre-Trade Carpentry or for those employment in house building and construction. their skills in paving. Learn about paving techniques,
who have enrolled in the Certificate in Carpentry Includes: workplace health and safety; carpentry design, application, and trade measurements and
(Carpentry Cadetship) (Level 4) who have yet to theory; quantities; practical workshop projects; calculations in our purpose-built workshops. This
secure full-time employment in the building industry. and building site work experience. On-site work short course is suited for those people already
experience provides an opportunity to put the theory working who want to up skill, or those looking for an
Entry requirements* into practice on WelTec’s building site. introduction into to the industry.
To enter into this programme you will need to have
completed the Certificate in Pre-Trade Carpentry Entry requirements* Entry requirements*
or have started (but not completed) the National NCEA Level 1 with a minimum of 12 credits in literacy NCEA Level 1 with a minimum of 12 credits in literacy
Certificate in Carpentry (Carpentry Cadetship) (Level and 12 credits in numeracy or equivalent knowledge and 12 credits in numeracy or equivalent knowledge
4) programme. and skills. and skills.

CERTIFICATE IN PRE-TRADE CERTIFICATE IN Pre-Trade Certificate in Plumbing and


DECORATING | L3 Painting | L2 Gasfitting | L3

START DATE JULY START DATE FEB & JULY START DATE FEB & JULY

DURATION 17 WEEKS DURATION 17 WEEKS DURATION 17 WEEKS

LOCATION PETONE LOCATION PETONE LOCATION PETONE

24 STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME

PROG CODE HV4377 PROG CODE HV4342 PROG CODE HV4431


FEE GUIDE FEE GUIDE FEE GUIDE
Guide only–subject to change. $2,790 Guide only–subject to change.
$2,590 Guide only–subject to change.
$2,770

An introduction to decorating. You will learn about An introduction to the painting industry. You will learn An introduction to the plumbing and gasfitting
wallpapering, colour schemes and special effects, about surface preparation, paint application, tinting industry. Gain knowledge and skills necessary
marbling, graining, stencilling, blonding, design, and and colour matching. to enter an apprenticeship in the plumbing and
decorative spray techniques. gasfitting industry.
Entry requirements*
Entry requirements* NCEA Level 1 with a minimum of 12 credits in literacy Career opportunities
NCEA Level 1 with a minimum of 12 credits in literacy and 12 credits in numeracy or equivalent knowledge Assists with entry to an apprenticeship in the
and 12 credits in numeracy or equivalent knowledge and skills. plumbing industry.
and skills.
Entry requirements*
NCEA Level 1 with a minimum of 12 credits in literacy
and 12 credits in numeracy or equivalent knowledge
and skills.
Certificate in Brick and Certificate in Tiling | L2
BlockLaying | L3
START DATE JULY
START DATE FEB
DURATION 13 WEEKS
DURATION 17 WEEKS
LOCATION PETONE
LOCATION PETONE
STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME
STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME
PROG CODE HV4429 NQ
PROG CODE HV4428 NQ
FEE GUIDE
Guide only–subject to change. $2,150
FEE GUIDE
Guide only–subject to change. $2,860
Designed for those specifically wanting to develop
Designed for those specifically wanting to learn about skills in tiling. This short course provides a solid
bricklaying and blocklaying. You will work in purpose- introduction into tiling. Ideal for people looking to up
built workshops on a range of practical project work. skill or those wanting to gain the skills to work on their
Learn how to use bricklaying tools, how to mix mortar, own projects. Learn about tiling techniques, design,
cut and shape, spread, butter, lay and joint brickwork. trade measurements and quantities, and put the
theory into practice in our purpose-built workshops.
Entry requirements*
NCEA Level 1 with a minimum of 12 credits in literacy Entry requirements*
and 12 credits in numeracy or equivalent knowledge NCEA Level 1 with a minimum of 12 credits in literacy
and skills. and 12 credits in numeracy or equivalent knowledge
and skills.

CONSTRUCTION TRADES | SHORT COURSES

SPRAYCOATING Solar Water Heating Installation Preparation for Craftsman Plumbing


and Gasfitting Examination
Our Spraycoating course is a stand-alone The Certificate in Solar Water Heating Installation
programme, endorsed by Graco and Strouds, and provides additional skills for Registered and For those seeking to become a craftsman
is designed for people wishing to gain a qualification Craftsman Plumbers to be recognised as plumber/gasfitter, WelTec’s comprehensive
in conventional and airless spray techniques. This qualified installers of solar water heater systems. certificate programmes will prepare you for the
programme runs for one week at the Petone campus. Learn to install different types of solar hot water craftsman examinations set by the Plumbers

Plumbing and Gasfitting


heating systems and work within the plumbing
standards and codes of compliance.
Gasfitters and Drainlayers’ Board. This
programme is intended for people who are New
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REGISTRATION THEORY EVENING CLASSES Zealand registered plumbers or gasfitters with
Includes: Solar hot water heating systems and less than one year of work experience in the
Two theory courses to help eligible candidates installations; plumbing standards and codes of
prepare for the Registration examinations set by the industry.
compliance; design principles; building consent
Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers Board, usually requirements; and health and safety.
held in June and November.
For start dates contact 0800 935 832
The 2-hour classes will be held on two different
evenings per week for 12 weeks, to allow you the or visit www.weltec.ac.nz
option of taking either one or both in the same year.

“I enrolled at WelTec because I wanted


an edge.The pre-trade course is NZQA
recognised and has a mix of theory and
practice to prepare you for the industry.”

GORDON BUCHANAN
Peter Geusebroek Painting
CERTIFICATE IN Pre-trade painting

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Creative
Technologies
Cultural Design | Digital Media | Interior Design
Visual Arts | Product Design Engineering

Explore your creative spark with exciting, intensive and


challenging art and design studies.

Get a dynamic mix of practical skills, theory and research


through interdisciplinary projects and collaborative teams.

Taught by tutors and guest lectures from companies


including WETA, Pukeko Productions, Saatchi and Saatchi,
Sky Television, Grow Wellington, Film Wellington, New
Zealand Institute of Screen Innovation and Nextspace.

Grow with the right advice – our teaching staff are both
expert tutors and award-winning practising artists.

LEVEL 7
26 LEVEL 6 Bachelor Degree
LEVEL 4 Diploma
LEVEL 3 Certificate
Certificate

‘Decline’ - mixed media on paper.


Artwork by Krysta Stevenson-Wright.
Bachelor of Creative
Technologies | L7

START DATE FEB & JULY

DURATION 3 YEARS (FULL-TIME)

LOCATION WGTN & PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS Full & part-time

PROG CODE HV4399


FEE GUIDE
Guide only–subject to change.
$5,720 (Year 1)

Offering five different majors, this degree is designed


to equip you for the ever-changing creative industries.
The programme has a large practical component,
including collaborative practice and industry-relevant
projects. You will be able to choose elective courses
from other areas to build your ideal qualification. You
can mix interior design with photography, visual arts
with web design – the choice is yours!

Entry requirements*
A minimum of 42 credits at NCEA level 3 (with at least
2 subjects scoring a minimum of 14 credits) over
a maximum of 4 subjects. A minimum of 12 NCEA
credits must be achieved at level 2 English and 14
NCEA credits at level 1 maths, with a minimum of 24
credits at level 3 in NCEA art, design or technology
subjects; or have successfully completed the
Certificate in Creative Technologies (Level 4).

You will also be required to submit a portfolio of


creative work as part of the enrolment process.
Regan Uili
Bachelor of Creative
Technologies (BCT) | MAJORS
Visual Arts
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Majoring in visual arts will allow you to develop an INTERIOR DESIGN
individual and contemporary approach to your own Learning to think, debate, explore and constantly
art and creative ideas. You will become a creative push boundaries in design are recurring themes in
problem solver who can adapt and utilise a range of this major. You will learn the theory of design and
traditional and new mediums as well as innovative become absorbed in creating your own building,
technologies. furniture and interior environment designs.

DIGITAL MEDIA Cultural Design


Offering specialisation in animation, print, digital This major introduces a strong and valuable Maori
film and television, web media, audio engineering component to the programme to develop your
and photography, the BCT majoring in Digital Media understanding of concepts as expressed in Te Reo
allows you to select courses that complement each Maori (Maori language) and your understanding
other and that allow you to develop exponentially as of the morals, ethics and spiritual values of Iwi and
a designer. Hapu. It applies indigenous design structures
and world views to the cultural contexts of design
Product Design Engineering** methodologies and technologies from a traditional
The development of new products relies on and contemporary perspective.
precision engineering and design. This major
has been developed to give you a broad range of NO SPECIFIED MAJOR
research, development, engineering design and This allows you to build your ideal qualification by
project management skills to ensure that you can selecting courses across the BCT majors.
create, adapt and deliver designs to meet project
and product objectives.

I choose WelTec as I wanted a


programme that took a hands-on
approach to learning.  Through
WelTec I learnt a lot and have
had the opportunity to engage
with amazing film makers and
artists.
COMING SOON
n Graduate Diploma in TALALELEI SUAILUA
Creative Technologies Bachelor of Visual Arts GRADUATE, now
the Bachelor of Creative
Technologies

NQ NATIONAL QUALIFICATION * FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61 ** SUBJECT TO APPROVAL
Every child is an artist.
The problem is how to remain
an artist once we grow up.
Pablo Picasso

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Diploma in Creative Certificate in Creative Certificate in design


Technologies | L6 Technologies | L4 (Skills & Technologies) | L3

START DATE MARCH START DATE FEB, JULY & NOV START DATE FEB, JULY & NOV

DURATION 2 YEARS (FULL-TIME) DURATION 17 WEEKS DURATION 17 WEEKS

LOCATION WGTN & PETONE LOCATION WGTN & PETONE LOCATION WGTN & PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS FULL & PART-TIME STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME

PROG CODE HV4399 PROG CODE HV4455 PROG CODE HV4454

FEE GUIDE FEE GUIDE FEE GUIDE


Guide only–subject to change.
$5,720 (YEAR 1) Guide only–subject to change.
$2,490 Guide only–subject to change. $2,390

The diploma is made up of the first two years of The Certificate in Creative Technologies will be Learn fundamental art and design method and build
the Bachelor of Creative Technologies. It allows invaluable in preparing you for higher-level study in core skills in Creative Technologies. The Certificate in
specialisation in Visual Arts, Interior Design, Digital the area of creative technologies, including WelTec’s Design will provide you with a structured introduction
Media and Cultural Design. Bachelor of Creative Technologies. This programme to Creative Technologies. This programme will
will provide you with essential creative design skills develop your understanding of contemporary skills,
Entry requirements* across the disciplines of art and design. methodologies and processes relevant to producing
As for Bachelor of Creative Technologies. creative work across the disciplines of visual arts,
Entry requirements* interior design and digital media (graphic, web,
A minimum of 36 credits in NCEA level 2, with at least animation and film design).
12 credits in each of 2 subjects or the Certificate in
Design Level 3, with a pass in portfolio. You will also Entry requirements*
be required to submit a portfolio of creative work and This programme has open entry. However previous
attend an interview as part of the enrolment process. experience in art or design is desirable.
Kerry Proctor
Audio Visual Project

Amanda clarke

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said constantine

With such a wide range of technical


expertise to draw on, the Creative
Technologies tutors really encourage
you to explore your own creativity.
EMILY PITA
Bachelor of Design (Interior) GRADUATE, now
the Bachelor of Creative Technologies
best Gold Award Winner 2009

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61


Engineering
Electrical Engineering | Civil Engineering
Production Engineering | Mechanical Engineering
Electronics | Telecommunications
Machining and Fabrication | Welding

WelTec has close links with industry to ensure our


programmes are up to date with the latest industry
advancements and employer needs.

Our tutors are industry professionals, with a wealth of


knowledge and experience in the areas they teach.

You will learn on specialist equipment including a


mechatronics production and automation lab, 3D scanner
and digitiser, state of the art visualisation and realisation
equipment, prototypers, CNC machining centres, vacuum
casting facility and Computer Aided Design labs.

Through various projects you will have the opportunity to


work for real clients on real-world projects and connect with
WelTec’s Centre for Smart Product.

30 LEVEL 7
LEVEL 6
Bachelor
LEVEL 5 Degree
National
LEVEL 4 Diploma
National
LEVEL 3 Certificate NZ
National Diploma
LEVEL 2 Certificate
National
Certificate
Certificate
Bachelor of Engineering National Diploma in
Technology | L7 Engineering (Mechanical) | L6

START DATE FEB START DATE FEB

DURATION 3 YEARS (FULL-TIME) DURATION 2 YEARS (FULL-TIME)

LOCATION PETONE LOCATION PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS FULL & PART-TIME STUDY OPTIONS FULL & PART-TIME

PROG CODE HV4448 NQ PROG CODE ND0534 NQ

FEE GUIDE FEE GUIDE


Guide only–subject to change.
$5,460 (YEAR 1) Guide only–subject to change.
$5,250 (YEAR 1)

This degree is a nationally-led qualification, developed Develop the expertise needed to gain employment
in a partnership comprising six of the largest Institutes in engineering, where the application of analytical,
of Technology in New Zealand. industrial laboratory and/or fieldwork skills are
required. Includes fluid mechanics; strength of
This qualification forms the basis for a career as materials; theory of machines; electrical/electronic
an Engineering Technologist ­– an area in huge principles; engineering drawings/design; materials;
demand across New Zealand and around the and manufacturing processes. Graduates may also
world. Engineering technologists apply current and cross-credit towards the Bachelor of Engineering
emerging technologies, often in new contexts, or Technology.
apply established principles in the development of
new practice. It is an area that suits students who Entry requirements*
are looking to combine both the engineering theory  Eight credits at NCEA level 1 in English, 12 credits at
aspect of a career with the applied and practical NCEA level 2 or above in maths and either
component. This degree will be offered with majors in  12 credits at NCEA level 2 or above in physics; or
Civil, Mechanical and Electrical.  24 credits at level 2 or above in any of the following:
computing, mechanical engineering, English,
Bachelor of Engineering accounting, design – graphic communication,
technology | MAJORS electronics technology, technology, biology,
CIVIL chemistry, physics, science, economics, geography
With strands in Water and Waste. or history; or equivalent.

MECHANICAL Students with equivalent academic qualifications or


experience may also apply.
Electrical
With strands in Computer Engineering, Computer
Network Engineering, and Mechatronics.
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Entry requirements* TECHNOLOGY CADETSHIPS
A minimum of 42 credits at NCEA level 3 or higher,
made up of: WelTec has introduced Technology Cadetships.These
 a minimum of 14 credits in physics, and 14 credits are designed to give cadets a route into a range of
in mathematics – algebra and/or calculus exciting careers and to address a nationwide shortage
 14 credits at level 3 or higher taken from one or two of professionals in the technician and technology
additional domains on the National Qualifications industries.
Framework
 a minimum of 8 literacy credits at level 2 or higher in For more information see page 51 of this
English or Te Reo Maori; 4 credits must be in prospectus.
reading and 4 credits must be in writing.

Students with other academic qualifications similar to


or higher than the above may also apply (may include
University B Bursary with 45% or more in both Physics
and Calculus or Algebra equivalent or Cambridge
score equivalent International Baccalaureate).

The tutors are very much


in tune with industry
standards and the facilities
are fantastic.
MICHAEL PONTING
Cadet, OnTrack
Diploma in Civil Engineering

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National diploma in Engineering NZ Diploma in Engineering Certificate in electrical and
(Electrotechnology) | L6 (Civil) | L6 electronic industry skills | L2

START DATE FEB START DATE FEB START DATE FEB

DURATION 2 YEARS (FULL-TIME) DURATION 2 YEARS (FULL-TIME) DURATION 34 WEEKS

LOCATION PETONE LOCATION PETONE LOCATION PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS FULL & PART-TIME STUDY OPTIONS FULL & PART-TIME STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME

PROG CODE ND1313 NQ PROG CODE HV4307 NQ PROG CODE HV4177 NQ

FEE GUIDE FEE GUIDE FEE GUIDE


Guide only–subject to change. $5,750 (YEAR 1) Guide only–subject to change. $5,750 (YEAR 1) Guide only–subject to change. $4,890

Engineering technicians are typically associated with Develop the skills and knowledge to enable you to An introduction to the electrical and electronics
the development, manufacture, installation, servicing start a career in the civil engineering field. Highly industry, this programme provides broad-based
and repair of electrical and electronic engineering skilled technicians are required in a wide range of civil training in all aspects of the industry. It includes
systems, products and components. This diploma engineering-related fields and in a variety of roles. practical work in laboratories, workshops and industry,
is an ideal qualification for those looking for a solid Includes: surveying; drafting/design; fluid mechanics; along with training in communication and computing.
grounding. It is also well suited to people already soils; geology; strength of materials; mathematics; You will also have the opportunity to complete the
qualified in a trade or as a technician who wish to roading/traffic; water and waste; environment; project National Certificate in Electrical Engineering (L2) and
advance their careers. management; and contract management. the Electrical Workers Registration Board Electrical
Service Technicians A paper.
Entry requirements* Entry requirements*
12 NCEA level 2 credits in each of maths and physics 48 credits at NCEA level 2 in best four subjects, Entry requirements*
and 8 NCEA level 1 credits in English or equivalent, including maths, graphics and a science-related Open.
or the WelTec Certificate in Electrical & Electronic subject.
Industry Skills (Level 2).

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Certificate in applied mechanical TRADE LEVEL EVENING CLASSES & ENGINEERING
engineering | L2 – L4 BLOCK COURSES | PART-time/SHORT COURSES

START DATE FEB National Certificate in Computer Aided Draughting (2D) and
Electrical Engineering | L5 (3D) using AutoCAD
DURATION 1 TO 4 YEARS This two-year part-time programme introduces Offered as a night class, two hours per week for 11
electricians to small business management and weeks.
LOCATION PETONE electrical inspection, and advances their electrical
engineering knowledge. Computer Aided Design using
STUDY OPTIONS FULL & PART-TIME Solidworks (Intro and Advanced)
National Certificate in Offered as an evening class, three hours per week
PROG CODE HV4253 - HV4253 NQ Electrical Engineering | L2, 3, 4 over 12 weeks.
These qualifications lead to registration as an
FEE GUIDE L2 $5,920, L3 $6,650 electrician. Offered as an evening class and block MIG/TIG Welding
Guide only–subject to change.
L4 $4110 - $5,400 course. Offered as a night class, three hours per week for 12
weeks.
National Certificate in
Gain skills that will allow you to build, maintain or Machine Shop Practice
Telecommunications | L4
operate equipment and plant used in the mechanical Offered as a night class, three hours per week for 12
Three years part-time study offered as distance
engineering industry. On completion, and depending weeks.
learning study.
which strand you choose, you will be able to perform
a wide variety of mechanical engineering-related tasks National Certificate in Electronic Introduction to Computer
relevant to trades, including maintenance fitter, fitter/ Security (Installers) | L3 Numerical Control of Machine Tools
turner, welder, sheet metal worker, structural steel Two years part-time study offered as a combination of (CNC)
worker and toolmaker. distance learning, block course and evening classes. Offered as a night class, two hours per week for 12
weeks.
Certificate in applied mechanical Electrical APPLIANCE SERVICEPERSON
engineering | STRANDS AND ELECTRICAL SERVICE TECHNICIAN
Offered as a one-week block course or Saturday
MACHINING
morning classes.
Fitting and Machining, Machining, Toolmaking,
General Engineering and Maintenance Engineering. Practising Licence Refresher Courses
One-day classes in safe working practice,
FABRICATION
testing, first aid and CPR.
Fabrication Light, Fabrication Heavy and Steel
Construction. Electrical Inspectors
Offered as a block course or evening classes.
Successful completion of the Certificate in Applied
Mechanical Engineering will also complete the Electricians Examination Revision
requirements for the award of a National Certificate in Courses
Engineering. Block courses are offered in electrical theory,
Entry requirements*
regulations and practical assessment. 33
NCEA level 1 with a minimum of 12 numeracy credits
and 12 literacy credits, or demonstration of equivalent
knowledge and skills.

I really enjoyed creating parts,


drawing and design. It was
all based on the workshop
environment which I enjoyed and
the theory was there to back up
the practical component.
BEN DAVIDGE | Agmar Tools
certificate in mechanical
engineering

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ESOL
ESOL | English for Further Study
Preparation for Tertiary Studies

Develop your English language skills with our great range of


ESOL programmes.

Learn from qualified and experienced English language


teachers.

Make new friends from around the world in our friendly and
supportive classroom environment.

LEVEL 3

LEVEL 2 Certificate

LEVEL 1 General ESOL

General ESOL

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cERTIFICATE in English for Certificate in GENERAL English
Further Study | L3 | L1–L2 (StageS 2-5)

START DATE FEB & JULY START DATE FEB & JULY

DURATION 17 WEEKS DURATION 17 WEEKS

LOCATION PETONE LOCATION PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME

PROG CODE HV4321 PROG CODE HV4286 - HV4289


FEE GUIDE FEE GUIDE
Guide only–subject to change. TBA Guide only–subject to change.
TBA

Prepare for your future study in New Zealand. This Four different levels are offered, from elementary to
programme is designed for speakers of other upper intermediate. They include conversation skills,
languages who wish to continue with further tertiary- reading, writing and gaining an understanding of the
level study. It will equip you with the academic English New Zealand way of life.
language skills required at this level.
Entry requirements
Entry requirements Selection through interview.
A minimum requirement for entry is an overall
band score of 4.5 for academic IELTS or TOEFL
or equivalent.

Short Courses

Talk to us about your needs and we will tailor a


course of study to suit you.

 We also offer short English courses


for groups of international students, from
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beginner to advanced levels.

I needed English before


I could do business.
So I came to WelTec.
Now I have the English
skills I need to run a
successful business.
VINCENT HUANG
Owner of Amazing 5 Restaurant
ESOL GRADUATE

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61


Exercise Science
and Recreation
Exercise Science | Personal Training
Sports and Fitness | Recreation Coordination
Exercise Therapy

Put theory into practice during work placements and in our


on-site custom designed gym and fitness studio.

Stand out from the crowd with a qualification well


recognised by industry.

Deepen your understanding of the mind and body with


unique courses such as Sports Psychology and Sports
Therapy.

Step up to your REPs (Register of Exercise Professionals)


accreditation.

LEVEL 6
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LEVEL 3 Certificate
LEVEL 2 Certificate
Certificate
dIPLOMA IN eXERCISE sCIENCE | L6 cERTIFICATE IN eXERCISE Certificate in Recreation and
sCIENCE | L5 Sport | L3
START DATE FEB
START DATE FEB START DATE FEB & JULY
DURATION 34 WEEKS (FULL-TIME)
DURATION 34 WEEKS (FULL-TIME) DURATION 17 WEEKS
LOCATION PETONE
LOCATION PETONE LOCATION PETONE
STUDY OPTIONS FULL & PART-TIME
STUDY OPTIONS FULL & PART-TIME STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME
PROG CODE HV4305
PROG CODE HV4304 PROG CODE HV4426
FEE GUIDE
Guide only–subject to change. $5,420 FEE GUIDE FEE GUIDE
Guide only–subject to change. $5,360 Guide only–subject to change. $2,490

Further develop your skills and experience from the This industry-renowned programme is designed Make a start on your career in recreation and sport.
Certificate in Exercise Science (Level 5). to equip you with the confidence, knowledge and This course includes learning in exercise science,
This programme focuses on the development of skills to work in the sport and fitness industry. The resistance training, community recreation, introductory
core skills and knowledge required to be successful programme covers fitness-related business skills, computer applications and outdoor adventure. The
in the health and fitness industry. Programme content exercise psychology, nutrition, and personal and focus is on developing academic skills to prepare you
includes sports psychology, exercise therapy, sports group training. The programme also covers the for further tertiary study in this area.
nutrition, and small business management. fundamentals of exercise physiology and anatomy.
Entry requirements*
You will gain real-world experience by participating in
Entry requirements* 8 NCEA level 1 credits in literacy and 8 NCEA level
industry work placements.
Successful completion of the Certificate in Exercise 1 credits in numeracy or higher, or an equivalent
Science (Level 5). Entry requirements* qualification.
50 credits NCEA Level 2 with at least 12 credits in
Please note: Can be completed in 1 year, if you have completed Certificate Exercise
Science or equivalent. each of 3 subjects, including science and English,
or an equivalent qualification.

Short
Certificate
Courses
of Achievement in
Science Bridging (Anatomy and
Physiology) | L2

START DATE DEC, FEB & JUNE**

DURATION 3 WEEKS
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LOCATION PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME

PROG CODE HV4456

FEE GUIDE $270


Guide only–subject to change.

Get the right start on your studies at WelTec with


an introduction to anatomy and physiology. The
Certificate of Achievement in Science Bridging
(Anatomy and Physiology) (Level 2) will prepare you
for further study at Level 3 and above in a tertiary
institution, in programmes that require knowledge of
anatomy and physiology, including Exercise Science,
Beauty Therapy and Animal Care.

Entry requirements*
Entry is open.
Please note: Completion of the Certificate of Achievement in Science Bridging (Anatomy
and Physiology) (Level 2) assists, but does not guarantee entry into other programmes
of study at WelTec.

I’ve always wanted to get into the fitness industry.


Studying Exercise Science at WelTec was great;
we studied anatomy, physiology, nutrition, sports
psychology, fitness testing and body composition.
As part of my studies I was able to do work
experience at Les Mills and that led to me
getting a job here once I finished studying.
STEPHEN WALLS
Gym Instructor, Les Mills Extreme
DIPLOMA IN EXERCISE SCIENCE

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61 ** SUBJECT TO CHANGE
Hairdressing,
Beauty Therapy
and Make-up
Artistry
Hairdressing | Beauty Therapy | Make-up Artistry

Gain experience working in our fully equipped hairdressing


salons, make-up artistry studio and beauty therapy clinics,
and hit the ground running with work-ready skills.

Our expert tutors have a wealth of knowledge and


experience both nationally and internationally.

Gain the opportunity to work with industry on some


amazing projects including the Montana World of Wearable
Art Awards Show.
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LEVEL 5

LEVEL 4 Diploma

LEVEL 3 Certificate

Certificate
CERtificate in Hairdressing | L3 CERtificate in Hairdressing and
beauty services | L3
START DATE FEB
START DATE FEB & JULY
DURATION 34 WEEKS
DURATION 34 WEEKS
LOCATION WELLINGTON CBD
WELLINGTON CBD
LOCATION
STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME & PETONE

PROG CODE HV4401 STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME

FEE GUIDE $5,780 PROG CODE HV4452 NQ


Guide only–subject to change. + $120 Course Related costs
FEE GUIDE $6,220
Guide only–subject to change. + $79 Course Related costs
Gain the knowledge and skills required by hairdressers
to work at an intermediate level in the industry. Students
will gain expertise in consultation; cutting, styling and Gain a solid grounding in the skills and knowledge
chemical service techniques; hair and scalp treatments; required to work in the hairdressing industry in a
competition styling; professional practice; professional salon support role. Includes: elementary hairdressing
Wella colouring; and advanced colour training. Unit services; professional customer service and
standards achieved can be cross-credited to the communication skills; elementary beauty services
National Certificate in Hairdressing Practice (Level 4). and competition experience. Learn the photography
skills required to build your own portfolio of creative
Entry requirements* hairdressing and make-up skills gained on this
Successful completion of a Certificate in Hairdressing programme.
and Beauty Services (Level 3) programme, or
successful completion of all unit standards covered in Entry requirements*
Year 1 of a hairdressing apprenticeship. 8 credits NCEA level 1 in literacy (reading and writing)
and 8 credits NCEA level 1 in numeracy (maths).

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WOW is delighted to have


the students from WelTec’s
Hair and Beauty school
assisting with the hair and
make-up in our annual
Montana WOW Awards
Show. The students are
professional and extremely
talented at creating looks for
each show. The support of
WelTec’s Hair and Beauty
department is invaluable
to the smooth running and
professionalism of the show.

HEATHER PALMER
Competition Director

NQ NATIONAL QUALIFICATION * FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61
Certificate in Beautician DIPLOMA IN BEAUTY THERAPY | L5
Services | L4
START DATE FEB
START DATE FEB
DURATION 2 YEARS
DURATION 34 WEEKS
LOCATION WELLINGTON CBD
LOCATION WELLINGTON CBD
STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME
STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME
PROG CODE HV4416
PROG CODE HV4417
FEE GUIDE $6,920 (YEAR 1)
Guide only–subject to change. + $950 Course Related costs
FEE GUIDE $6,920
Guide only–subject to change. + $950 Course Related costs
this diploma includes the City & Guilds
Diploma in Beauty Therapy
this certificate includes the City & Guilds
Diploma in Beauty Therapy Enhance the appearance of others. Study the
Your first step into the beauty industry starts with the theory and technical skills required to work as an
Certificate in Beautician Services (Level 4). Including independent operator in the beauty industry. You
a City and Guilds Diploma in Beauty Therapy, you will will have the opportunity to specialise in beautician,
gain the skills required to practice as a Beautician or body therapy and electrolysis. Students enrolled in
an independent operator within the beauty industry. the Diploma in Beauty Therapy can also exit with the
This qualification encompasses the first year of the City & Guilds Diploma in Beauty Therapy and have
Diploma in Beauty Therapy (Level 5). the opportunity to achieve the Cidesco International
Diploma and the WelTec Diploma in Beauty Therapy.
Entry requirements*
50 credits at NCEA Level 2, including 10 literacy and Entry requirements*
10 sciences credits or equivalent qualification. 50 credits at NCEA Level 2, including 10 literacy and
10 sciences credits or equivalent qualification.

Certificate in make-up Artistry | L3

START DATE FEB & JULY

DURATION 17 WEEKS

LOCATION WELLINGTON CBD

40 STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME

PROG CODE HV4267


FEE GUIDE $2,590
Guide only–subject to change.
+ $140 Course Related costs

Gain the skills to be a professional make-up artist.


Learn the practical skills needed to perform a range
of make-up artistry services, including make-up and
hair design in the areas of: special effects, glamour,
corrective, character and period looks, and hair and
make-up for film.

Entry requirements*
8 NCEA level 1 credits in literacy (reading and writing)
and 8 NCEA level 1 credits in numeracy (maths). A
IELTS 6.0 score is required.

Any students from WelTec


that have worked at Willis
York have a sound grasp of
the fundamentals of the hair
industry, and I have enjoyed
employing them.
becs brent
Willis York Hairdressing
FACILITIES
You will learn in purpose-built facilities that
have been designed to encourage and
support you throughout your studies. In
our hairdressing salons and beauty therapy
clinic you will have the opportunity to gain
experience working on real clients so you can
hit the ground running with work-ready skills.

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“The Certificate in Make-Up


Artistry is an awesome course –
the tutors are great, really patient.
WelTec has a great reputation in
the industry.”
LEANNE HOARE
Make-up Artist, Hil Cook
Certificate in Make-up Artistry
Graduate

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61


Horticulture and
Landscaping
Horticulture | Nursery Production
Landscape Construction | Landscape Design

Our specialist facilities include a greenhouse, nursery


crop production area, nursery potting shed and a soils
and seed workroom.

Learn in an environment that is as close to the real world


as possible with on-site experience to ensure you have
the right set of skills.

We work closely with industry to ensure that our


programmes are relevant, up to date and practically
based.

Our tutors are industry professionals, with a wealth of


knowledge and experience in the areas they teach.

LEVEL 5
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LEVEL 4 Diploma

Certificate
Certificate in Horticulture | L4 Diploma in Horticulture | L5

START DATE FEB START DATE FEB

DURATION 34 WEEKS DURATION 2 YEARS

LOCATION PETONE LOCATION PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME

PROG CODE HV4425 NQ PROG CODE HV4424 NQ

FEE GUIDE FEE GUIDE


Guide only–subject to change. $5,720 Guide only–subject to change.
$5,720

This qualification is offered with strands in landscape Designed for students wanting to progress their
design or amenity horticulture. studies or those working in industry wanting to
either upskill or gain a qualification. This programme
Upon completion of the Certificate, students will also
provides students with expertise in a range of
meet the requirements for the National Certificate in
horticultural activities including amenity production,
Horticulture (Level 4).
landscape construction, landscape design and
Entry requirements* conservation.
NCEA Level 1 with a minimum of both 12 credits in
Entry requirements*
literacy and 12 credits in numeracy or equivalent
NCEA Level 1 with a minimum of both 12 credits in
knowledge and skills.
literacy and 12 credits in numeracy or equivalent
Certificate in Horticulture knowledge and skills.
| STRANDS

LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGN


STRAND
An introduction to landscape design. You will learn
about the disciplines of concrete, masonry, timber
work and horticulture to create an aesthetically
pleasing and durable urban environment. Learn
about design principles, drawing, landscaping
including garden features, fencing, pergolas, stone
masonry and paving combined with plant selection,
identification and maintenance.

AMENITY HORTICULTURE STRAND


Develop your knowledge of horticulture, plant 43
classification and sustainability. This programme
combines the studies of plant knowledge, use and
maintenance which includes plant identification,
plant selection, botany, plant biology, plant health
and nutrition.

“There was plenty of help available at


WelTec. I went through the Learning
Centre to improve my study and time
management skills. The tutors were very
helpful and supportive. We were taken
on various field trips, which I found to be
a good introduction to the industry and
what career options were available.”
RICHARD GRANT
Certificate in Horticulture

NQ NATIONAL QUALIFICATION * FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61
Hospitality
INDUSTRY ENDORSED
Centre of Vocational Excellence

Hospitality Management | Event Management


Cookery & Culinary Arts | Hotel Reception
Patisserie | Barista
Professional Food & Beverage Service

WelTec offers a hands-on learning environment including


our very own training restaurant (Bistro 107), latte lab,
training kitchens, model hotel reception and motel room.

With City & Guilds qualifications offered in many of our


programmes, you will be able to make your mark, both here
and abroad.

Our award-winning teaching staff. They work closely with


industry to ensure that our programmes are up to date with
the latest industry demands.

WelTec works closely with national and international


partners and offers student exchanges with Les Sorbets
(France), Cessa University (Mexico), The Korean Culinary
Academy and Sekolah Tinggi Pariwisata Bali (STP Bali).
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LEVEL 7
LEVEL 5 Bachelor Degree
LEVEL 4 Diploma Graduate
Diploma
LEVEL 3 Certificate
Certificate
Graduate Diploma in Event Bachelor of Hospitality
Management | L7 Management | L7

START DATE FEB & JULY START DATE FEB & JULY

DURATION 34 WEEKS (FULL-TIME) DURATION 3 YEARS

LOCATION WELLINGTON CBD LOCATION WELLINGTON CBD

STUDY OPTIONS FULL & PART-TIME STUDY OPTIONS FULL & PART-TIME

PROG CODE HV4446 PROG CODE CT3710


FEE GUIDE FEE GUIDE
Guide only–subject to change. $5,250 Guide only–subject to change. $5,270 (YEAR 1)

The Graduate Diploma in Event Management is The Bachelor of Hospitality Management is built
a response to a growing need within the industry, around 13 compulsory courses, which provide an
both here and abroad, for event management in-depth understanding of business principles and
professionals. The programme has been designed for practices in the hospitality industry. Students then
those wanting to develop their expertise in planning, choose a further four courses from a range of options
organising and implementing major conferences, and offered each year including: food and beverage; front
sports and entertainment events. office and accommodation; small business; and
general management.
Entry requirements*
A bachelor degree in any field except event Entry requirements*
management, or equivalent practical, professional or 42 level 3 credits or have completed Year 12 with
educational experience and basic computer literacy. at least 72 credits at level 2 or approved subjects
from the NQF, or have successfully completed an
approved equivalent qualification.

Diploma in Hospitality Certificate in Food


Operations Supervision | L5 Preparation and Culinary
Arts | L4
START DATE FEB & JULY
START DATE FEB & JULY
DURATION 2 YEARS
DURATION 42 WEEKS
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Y1: PETONE
LOCATION
Y2: WELLINGTON CBD LOCATION PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS FULL & PART-TIME STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME

PROG CODE HV4291 PROG CODE HV4441


FEE GUIDE $4,880 FEE GUIDE
Guide only–subject to change. Guide only–subject to change.
$5,670
+ $681 Course Related costs

In the first year of the programme students are


this certificate includes the City & Guilds Certificate and
required to choose one of four streams from: Food
Diploma in Food Preparation and Culinary Arts
Preparation and Culinary Arts, Food and Beverage
Service, Hotel Reception, or Tourism. For those who want an internationally recognised
chef’s qualification. Provides hands-on skills and
The second year is designed to enhance knowledge experience, along with the opportunity to enter
and competence already achieved by previous study national competitions.
and hospitality industry experience, and to develop
supervisory management skills and techniques. Entry requirements*
8 literacy credits and 8 numeracy credits at NCEA
Entry requirements* level 1, or equivalent qualification.
50 credits at NCEA level 2, with a minimum of 12
credits in each of four subjects, including a minimum
of eight literacy credits (four in reading, four in
writing) and a minimum of 14 credits at level 1 or
higher in mathematics, or an equivalent qualification.

I was lucky enough to be linked


in with Martin Bosley’s through
WelTec as part of my work
experience programme and was
offered a full-time job once I
had finished.
mONIQUE fISO
Chef de Partie, Martin Bosley’s
Certificate in Food Preparation
& Culinary Arts

NQ NATIONAL QUALIFICATION * FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61
Certificate in PAtisserie | L4 Certificate in food and Beverage Certificate in food and
Service | L4 Beverage Service | L3
START DATE JAN & JULY
START DATE FEB & JULY START DATE FEB & JULY
DURATION 21 WEEKS
DURATION 17 WEEKS DURATION 17 WEEKS
LOCATION PETONE
LOCATION PETONE LOCATION PETONE
STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME
STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME
PROG CODE HV4175
PROG CODE HV4299 PROG CODE HV4298
FEE GUIDE $3,580
Guide only–subject to change. + $390 Course Related costs FEE GUIDE $2,890 FEE GUIDE $2,780
Guide only–subject to change. + $70 Course Related costs Guide only–subject to change. + $70 Course Related costs
this certificate includes the City & Guilds
Diploma in Patisserie incorporating the City & Guilds Diploma in Food a this certificate includes the City & Guilds Certificate in
Beverage Service. Food and Beverage Service
Provides internationally recognised patisserie
qualifications, with the opportunity to advance The Certificate in Food and Beverage Service Provides an internationally recognised food and
with specialised skill and knowledge in bakery, (Level 4) is designed for those interested in beverage service qualification and a stepping-stone to
confectionery and cake decorating. supervising roles within the hospitality industry. the Certificate in Food and Beverage Service (Level 4).
Includes table service; wine knowledge and beverage
Entry requirements* Entry requirements* service; customer service; and preparation for service.
City and Guilds Certificates in Food Preparation and Completion of the Certificate in Food and Beverage You will gain valuable practical experience in our
Cooking, or NZQA National Certificate in Hospitality Service (Level 3) or the City and Guilds Certificate training restaurant Bistro 107.
(Basic Cooking) (Level 3). in Food and Beverage Service, or equivalent
qualification. Entry requirements*
8 NCEA level 1 credits in literacy and 8 NCEA level
credits in numeracy, or equivalent qualification.

Certificate in Hotel Reception | L3

START DATE FEB

DURATION 34 WEEKS

INDUSTRY Partnerships LOCATION PETONE

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STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME

partnerships with both national and PROG CODE HV4432 NQ


international businesses.
These include: FEE GUIDE
Guide only–subject to change.
$5,950
n InterContinental Wellington
n The Rarotongan Beach Resort and Spa this certificate includes the City & Guilds Diploma in Reception
and the Aitutaki Lagoon Resort and Spa Operations and Services and the National Certificate in
n D&D Restaurants (UK) Hospitality (Front Office) Level 3 with an optional strand in
Hotel Systems.

Join the frontline reception staff, enabling you to


STUDENT EXCHANGES meet and greet visitors from around the globe. This
programme provides an internationally recognised
To support our students in their learning and qualification and includes an educational trip within
to encourage them to gain an international New Zealand. Also includes reception procedures;
perspective of the industry, WelTec has a advanced reservations; front office procedures;
range of international education partnerships, accommodation services; customer service; selling;
including: and safety and security practices.
n Les Sorbets, France
n CESSA University, Mexico Entry requirements*
n Sekolah Tinggi Pariwisata, Bali 12 NCEA level 1 credits in literacy and eight
n Korean Culinary Academy NCEA level 1 credits in numeracy, or equivalent
qualification.

part-time Courses

Introduction to Barista
For those already in the industry and also those
wanting to get started, our Barista programme is
designed to provide you with a thorough grounding
in the art of making and serving coffee.

Certificate of Achievement in Safe


Food Production
Learn the correct procedures and practices to
transport, handle, prepare, store and serve food
safely with our Safe Food Production programme.

Want to know more?


For course start dates and fees contact
0800 935 832 or visit www.weltec.ac.nz
A New Zealand first
for excellence in
education
The School of Hospitality and Tourism at
WelTec has been assessed as a centre
of vocational excellence. A panel of
external industry, academic and business
experts judged the School against a set of
internationally accepted criteria, based on
those used in the UK to judge centres of
vocational excellence.

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I enjoyed the programme at WelTec


– it offered a lot of diversity and
covered a broad range of areas. It
built on my industry experience by
providing the theoretical component
that I had been missing.
BELINDA DUNN
Catering Floor Supervisor, Te Papa
Diploma in Hospitality
Operations Supervision

NQ NATIONAL QUALIFICATION * FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61
Information
Technology
Software Engineering | Software Testing
Database Design | Developer / Web
Industry Certifications | Computing
Network Administration | Programming
Security and Forensics | Mechatronics
Computer Servicing | Helpdesk

Get a hands-on approach to learning with a qualification


developed for the real world – many of our programmes
give you the opportunity to complete internationally
recognised qualifications and certifications.

Become certified in our on-site authorised Prometric,


Pearson VUE and KRYTERION testing centre.

LEVEL 7
LEVEL 6
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LEVEL 5 Certificate Graduate
Diploma
LEVEL 4 Diploma Diploma

Certificate
Graduate Diploma in Information Bachelor of Information
Assurance and Security | L7 TechnologY | L7

START DATE FEB & JULY START DATE FEB & JULY

DURATION 34 WEEKS (FULL-TIME) DURATION 3 YEARS (FULL-TIME)

LOCATION PETONE LOCATION PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS FULL & PART-TIME STUDY OPTIONS FULL & PART-TIME

PROG CODE HV4378 PROG CODE HV4395

FEE GUIDE FEE GUIDE


Guide only–subject to change.
$5,030 Guide only–subject to change.
$5,030 (YEAR 1)

Upgrade your career in Information Security. Gain Get your degree in applied IT to graduate work ready
a comprehensive understanding of the security and and in-demand. WelTec’s Bachelor of Information
maintenance of information. Learn how to integrate Technology includes majors in Networking,
security policy, practices and technologies into Programming, Software Engineering and Information
operational structures and explore the principles of Security. This allows you to choose to specialise
survivability and information assurance. in the area of study that best suits your interest.
Alternatively you can choose to have ‘no major’ and
Entry requirements* gain a broad-based range of skills from across the
A degree in computer science or information disciplines (see MAJORS below for more info).
technology with networking or equivalent practical,
professional or educational experience in the IT You also have the option to under take a double
industry as a systems or network administrator. major in IT. The Bachelor of Information Technology
allows you to gain a second major with an additional
year of study. Take on Networking and Information
Security, Programming and Software Engineering
and Software Engineering and Information Security to
further enhance your career options.

Entry requirements*
Graduate Diploma in Information 42 credits at NCEA Level 3, including a minimum
Technology | L7** of 14 credits at level 3 in each of 2 subjects with a
further 14 credits at level 3 from one or two additional
START DATE Feb & July subjects. And a minimum of 14 numeracy credits at
level 1 and a minimum of 8 literacy (4 reading and
DURATION 34 WEEKS (FULL-TIME) 4 writing) at level 2 or higher. Or the Certificate in
Computing (Level 4) (formally Certificate in Interactive
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LOCATION PETONE Computing Level 4) with an “A” pass.

STUDY OPTIONS FULL & PART-TIME Bachelor of Information


Technology | MAJORS
PROG CODE TBA
NETWORKING
FEE GUIDE
TBA Gain technical skills in the implementation and
Guide only–subject to change.
support of computer networks and management
systems, including switching and routing, open
Take your career to the next level and undertake
source systems (Linux) and graduated technology.
additional specialisation in Information Technology.
The graduate diploma will provide a comprehensive PROGRAMMING
understanding of specialist areas within IT, including Learn programming and software development skills
Software Development (Java), Information Systems and become competent in a variety of programming
and Management, human Computer Interaction, and scripting languages.
Database Design and Implementation, Information
Security and Project Management which will give you SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
the right tools to apply your knowledge to an Develop practical ability and implementation skills
IT project. in software design, development and maintenance
using engineering principles in relation to software
Entry requirements* applications.
You will need to have a degree in Computer Science,
Information Technology, Information Systems or INFORMATION SECURITY
Computer Application, or equivalent practical, Learn how to configure and maintain operating
professional or educational experience in the systems and applications to predict and protect the
IT industry. security of information.

CUSTOMISE YOUR IT DEGREE


Choosing your own courses allows you to learn a
broad range of skills .

DOUBLE MAJORS
You also have the option to select two majors,
with an additional year of study. To find out more
about what double majors are available please
contact us on 0800 935 832 or visit the website
at www.weltec.ac.nz/IT

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61 ** SUBJECT TO ACADEMIC APPROVAL
Certificate in Network Certificate in WEB Certificate of achievement in
Administration (Cina) | L6 TECHNOLOGIES | L6** Software Testing | L6

START DATE FEB & JULY START DATE FEB & JULY 2011 START DATE FEB, JULY & NOV

DURATION 34 WEEKS DURATION 34 WEEKS DURATION TBA

LOCATION PETONE LOCATION PETONE LOCATION PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS PART-TIME (EVENING) STUDY OPTIONS PART-TIME STUDY OPTIONS PART-TIME

PROG CODE HV4247 PROG CODE HV4458 PROG CODE HV4414

FEE GUIDE $1,660 FEE GUIDE FEE GUIDE


Guide only–subject to change.
TBA Guide only–subject to change.
$860
Guide only–subject to change.
+ $280 Course Related costs

Launch your career into cyberspace with studies Enhance your career in IT with a specialist qualification
This industry qualification prepares you to take four
in web technologies. Learn how to design, in software testing. This course will provide you with
Microsoft Systems Administrator exams for the MCSA
create and maintain a wide range of complex a fantastic foundation whether you are entering the
certification.
website technologies and applications. Gain a software testing industry or looking to develop in your
Entry requirements* comprehensive understanding of web technologies, current role. Learn the theory of testing and prepare
Completion of Year 1 of the Bachelor of IT or an explore the world of the web, and learn more about for internationally recognised certification exams, such
equivalent qualification, or relevant work experience the internet, intranets and extranets. as ISTQB (International Software Testing Qualification
in the IT industry. Board) or ISEB (Information Systems Examination
Entry requirements*
Board) in our on-site external examinations testing
Completion of Year One of the Bachelor of IT or an
centre. Contact WelTec for specific delivery details.
equivalent qualification, or relevant work experience
in the IT industry. Entry requirements*
Computing, science, engineering or a testing
background at level 5 or above.

Diploma in Computer Certificate in cOMPUTING | L4**


Servicing | L5
START DATE FEB & JULY
START DATE FEB & JULY UPDATE YOUR SKILLS FOR INDUSTRY
DURATION 34 WEEKS (FULL-TIME)
DURATION 34 WEEKS (FULL-TIME) Several courses in the Bachelor of Information
LOCATION PETONE
Technology and the Certificate in Network
LOCATION PETONE Administration are suited to be taken as stand- alone
STUDY OPTIONS FULL & PART-TIME
courses in both evening and day classes. These
50 STUDY OPTIONS FULL & PART-TIME
PROG CODE TBA classes cover training in:
PROG CODE HV4380  Programming: C++, Java, HTML
FEE GUIDE
Guide only–subject to change.
TBA  Databases: Oracle and Access
FEE GUIDE $5,030
Guide only–subject to change.  Project management methodology
This introductory certificate will provide you  Networking: Windows Vista, Linux
Gain the expertise required to work successfully in with key learning which includes a foundational  Multimedia tools: Dreamweaver MX & others
technical roles within the IT sector. Prepares you knowledge of automated office applications by  Systems analysis and design methodologies
for Comp TIA: A+, HDA, and Network+ industry understanding macros and how to write and control  Cisco
qualifications. office applications using the right software. Learn
how to install, configure and maintain the standard
Entry requirements* technology required for a personal computer and
50 credits at NCEA level 2 with at least 12 credits grow your understanding of the internet and its
in each three subjects, or successful completion application for small offices and the home.
of the Certificate in Computing (Level 4) (formally
Certificate in Interactive Computing), or an equivalent Entry requirements*
qualification or experience. You will need to have a minimum of 48 credits at
NCEA Level 1 or relevant computing experience.

IT is a great career option -


there are so many different
rewarding jobs to get into you
can’t really go wrong!
Kelly carson | Fronde Cadet
Bachelor of Information Technology
INDUSTRY CERTIFICATION TRAINING
Several programmes are designed to include the
contents of respected industry qualifications and
prepare students to take the relevant external
international examinations. These exams are not
part of the course fees, but can be booked and
taken in our Kryterion, Prometric and Pearson
VUE Testing Centre. Please contact the IT School
for the latest industry certification options.

 CompTIA: A+, Network+, Linux+


 Linux Professional Institute: LPI 101, LPI 102
 Cisco ICND1, ICND2
 CCNA
 Help Desk Institute: HDA, CSS
 Microsoft: MCITP, MCSA

Technology Cadetships
If you’re looking for a career in an innovative, PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY
high-tech business environment then check
out the range of new Technology Cadetships at
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WelTec.

With WelTec’s Technology Cadetships


you MAY:

 Earn while you learn


 Work on real projects for some of
New Zealand’s leading companies
 Gain essential work experience.

Excellent opportunities for


employment

WelTec Technology Cadetships are a fantastic


opportunity to get into one of several exciting
careers, and provide you with an excellent
opportunity to gain valuable work experience.

Depending on the programme of study, successful


applicants studying towards a diploma or degree
may receive assistance with tuition fees, gain paid
work experience, and may receive part-time or
holiday work.

To find out more about your options for becoming a


New Professional, contact us on 0800 935 832 or
visit www.weltec.ac.nz

Cadetships are available in:

 Civil Engineering
 Mechanical Engineering
 Electrical Engineering
 Quantity Surveying
 Construction Management
 Architectural Technology
 Creative Technologies
 Information Technology

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61 ** SUBJECT TO ACADEMIC APPROVAL
Social Services
Community Support | Funeral Services
Community Vocational | Learning Support (CVLS)

Get the right skills for the job – with our National Certificates
in Community Support.

WelTec is the only provider of funeral services training in


New Zealand.

LEVEL 5

LEVEL 3 Diploma

LEVEL 1 Certificate

Certificate

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NATIONAL DIPLOMA in FUNERAL NATIONAL DIPLOMA in CERtificate in Community and
DIRECTING | L5 Embalming | L5 vocational LEARNING Skills | L1

START DATE JANUARY START DATE FEBRUARY START DATE FEBRUARY

DURATION 15 MONTHS DURATION 15 MONTHS DURATION 34 WEEKS

WELLINGTON CBD & WELLINGTON CBD & LOCATION PETONE


LOCATION LOCATION
OWN WORKPLACE OWN WORKPLACE
STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME
STUDY OPTIONS MODULAR BASIS STUDY OPTIONS MODULAR BASIS
PROG CODE HV3822
PROG CODE ND1330 NQ PROG CODE ND1329 NQ
FEE GUIDE
Guide only–subject to change. $3,700
FEE GUIDE $3,570 (STAGE 1) FEE GUIDE $3,800 (STAGE 1)
Guide only–subject to change. $1,460 (STAGE 2) Guide only–subject to change. $1,820 (STAGE 2)
A work skills-based programme for people who have
Learn how to arrange, organise and direct a funeral Emphasis is placed on the theory and practice of a long-term illness, injury or disability and require
with efficiency and sensitivity. embalming and the art of restoring the human body to targeted assistance to maximise their potential.
a natural appearance. Individually focused to provide graduates with the
Entry requirements* skills, confidence and practical work experience to
Must be a full-time employee of a funeral industry/ Entry requirements* gain meaningful employment.
embalming company, with at least one year’s Must be a full-time employee of a funeral industry/
experience in the Funeral Directing industry. embalming company, with at least one year’s Entry requirements*
Minimum 20 years of age and current first aid experience in the Embalming industry. Minimum Selection through interview.
certificate. 20 years of age and current first aid certificate, and
evidence of current vaccinations.

National Certificate in Community Certificate in Community National Bachelor in Youth


Support Services Support | L3 Development **
(CORE COMPETENCIES) | L3
START DATE JULY NQ national qualification
START DATE FEB & JULY
DURATION 34 WEEKS This National Degree is being developed by the
DURATION 17 WEEKS Social Services Industry Training Organisation and
LOCATION PETONE & AUCK (2011*) is planned to be offered by WelTec in July 2011**.
PETONE (FEB) The programme will equip you to work as a
LOCATION AUCKLAND (FEB & JULY)
STUDY OPTIONS
WORKPLACE youth worker in a wide range of fields including 53
KAPITI (JULY) & CLASSROOM addictions, community development and youth
counselling. This degree is practically based and
WORKPLACE PROG CODE HV4445 NQ
STUDY OPTIONS provides the educational and practical learning
& CLASSROOM FEE GUIDE opportunities to develop competent practitioners
Guide only–subject to change.
TBA
who meet the competencies of the National Youth
PROG CODE nc1327 NQ
Workers Network Aotearoa (NYWNA).
This certificate is designed for those working, or
FEE GUIDE FREE*** wishing to gain employment as a support worker in a
health or disability setting.
The National Certificate in Community Support The programme provides fundamental skills in core
Services (Core Competencies) is a foundation competencies, and the intellectual disability/human National Bachelor in
qualification designed for those working, or wishing services areas. The programme includes three Social Work **
to gain employment as a support worker in areas National Certificates in Community Support Services –
including care for the older person, disability, mental Core Competencies, Intellectual Disability and Human NQ national qualification
health and human services. Continue your studies Services. If you have already completed the National
with the National Certificates in Community Support Certificate in Community Support Services (Core This National Degree is being developed by the
Services (Intellectual Disability/ Health Services). Competencies), you can cross credit your studies Social Services Industry Training Organisation
towards this programme. and is planned to be offered by WelTec in
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* 2012/2013**.
8 credits in literacy (reading and writing) NCEA Level ENTRY REQUIREMENTS* The programme will equip you to work as a
1, and 8 credits in numeracy (maths) NCEA Level 8 credits in literacy (reading and writing) NCEA Level social worker in a wide range of fields including
1, or equivalent personal, practical, professional 1, and 8 credits in numeracy (maths) NCEA Level addictions, child, youth and family services, aged
or educational experience of an appropriate kind. 1, or equivalent personal, practical, professional care and mental health. This degree is practically
Applicants are required to attend an interview and or educational experience of an appropriate kind. based and provides the educational and
may have to undergo police, and health checks for Applicants are required to attend an interview and practical learning opportunities to develop
work placements. Applicants are expected to have a may have to undergo police, and health checks for competent practitioners who will be able to
current first aid certificate. work placements. Applicants are expected to have a meet the competencies of the Social Workers
current first aid certificate. Registration Board (SWRB).

NQ NATIONAL QUALIFICATION * FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61 *** The programme is currently offered FREE of tuition fees,
** SUBJECT TO ACADEMIC APPROVAL non-tuition fee costs are approx $150.
Travel and
Tourism
INDUSTRY ENDORSED
Centre of Vocational Excellence

Tourism Operations | Customer Service


Visitor Attractions | Travel Consulting
Airline Industry

Tourism is a growing global industry and is one of New


Zealand’s largest export earners, employing one in ten
of all working New Zealanders.

With NZQA and internationally recognised City & Guilds


qualifications, you’ll be able to make your mark both
here and abroad.

Experience real-world learning at its best in our


simulated tourism and travel facilities.

With industry experience and education trips throughout


New Zealand, you’ll gain first-hand experience and a first
54 rate qualification, one that is highly relevant, practical
and in demand by employers.

LEVEL 4
LEVEL 3 Certificate

Certificate

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Certificate in Tourism | L4 Certificate in Tourism | L3

START DATE JULY START DATE FEB & JULY

DURATION 17 WEEKS DURATION 17 WEEKS

LOCATION WELLINGTON CBD LOCATION WELLINGTON CBD

STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME

PROG CODE HV4346 PROG CODE HV4259

FEE GUIDE FEE GUIDE


$3,300 Guide only–subject to change. $3,140
Guide only–subject to change.

this certificate includes the City & Guilds this certificate includes the City & Guilds
Diploma in International Tourism Certificate in International Tourism
Theoretical and practical skills for frontline Entry qualification for positions in the tourism industry.
positions in tourism; also appropriate for Includes: customer service; marketing; tourism
positions with supervisory responsibilities. Includes: geography; restaurant service; word processing;
customer service operations; business systems; and first aid. An educational trip is included in the
marketing operations; and developing a local tourism programme. Combine this qualification with further
destination. An educational trip is included in the study in travel, food and beverage or hospitality
programme. management.

Entry requirements* Entry requirements*


Successful completion of the Certificate in 36 credits in three subjects at NCEA level 1 including
Tourism (Level 3) or the City & Guilds Certificate in 12 credits in English, or an equivalent qualification.
International Tourism, or an equivalent qualification.

Certificate in International
Tourism | L4

START DATE FEB

DURATION 34 WEEKS 55
LOCATION WELLINGTON CBD

STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME

PROG CODE HV4344


FEE GUIDE
Guide only–subject to change. $6,490

this certificate includes the City & Guilds


Certificate and Diploma in International Tourism
Gain a broad range of theoretical and practical skills
for frontline positions in tourism; also appropriate for
positions with supervisory responsibilities. Includes:
people development; marketing operations; business
systems; and international tourism geography.
Educational trips are included in the programme.

WelTec has an excellent Entry requirements


Minimum of 36 credits NCEA level 2 achievement
reputation which was standards across four subjects, or an equivalent
qualification.
confirmed for me while
working in the industry.
I’ve had great tutors and
the learning that I’ve had
over the past year has
been unparalled.
DANIEL ABEL | Intern
with Air New Zealand/Hallmark
Aviation in Los Angeles, United
States Of America.
Certificate in
International Tourism

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61


Veterinary
Nursing and
Animal Care
Veterinary Nursing | Animal Care

Get a real qualification for the real world through work


placements, observing surgery and learning with animals
on site.

Learn from lecturers who are highly qualified with a wealth


of experience in their chosen fields.

Gain an NZQA qualification that is registered and


recognised nationwide.

LEVEL 5
LEVEL 2 Certificate
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Certificate
National Certificate in National Certificate in
Veterinary Nursing | L5 Animal Care | L2

START DATE APRIL START DATE FEB & JULY

DURATION 23 WEEKS DURATION 17 WEEKS

LOCATION PETONE LOCATION PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME

PROG CODE NC5418 NQ PROG CODE NC5444 NQ

FEE GUIDE FEE GUIDE


Guide only–subject to change.
$3,190 Guide only–subject to change.
$2,740

This programme has a strong emphasis on Make a start on your career working with animals.
developing theoretical and practical skills, with This programme combines theory with practical
a focus on achieving clinical skills through work hands-on experience to develop your understanding
experience and attending surgery days. of animal care & handling, animal behaviour, first
aid, anatomy & physiology and working safely and
It provides the knowledge and clinical experience to ethically. You’ll get the opportunity to put theory into
care for sick and injured animals within a veterinary practice through taking responsibility for the care of
setting. Programme content includes surgical on-site animals on a rotational basis, as well as 60
nursing, medical nursing, general nursing skills and hours of self-directed work experience.
veterinary business skills.
Entry requirements*
Entry requirements* Nine NCEA level 2 credits in a science subject
Successful completion of the National Certificate (preferably biology) and 12 NCEA level 1 credits in
in Animal Care (Level 2). You must also meet the both literacy and numeracy or equivalent.
academic entry requirements that are required for the
National Certificate in Animal Care (Level 2).

Short
Certificate
Courses
of Achievement in
Science Bridging (Anatomy and
Physiology) | L2

START DATE DEC, FEB & JUNE**

DURATION 3 WEEKS
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LOCATION PETONE

STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME

PROG CODE HV4456


FEE GUIDE
Guide only–subject to change. $270

Get the right start for your studies at WelTec with


an introduction to anatomy and physiology. The
Certificate of Achievement in Science Bridging
(Anatomy and Physiology) (Level 2) will prepare you
for further study at Level 3 and above in a tertiary
institution, in programmes that require knowledge of
anatomy and physiology, including Exercise Science,
Beauty Therapy and Animal Care.

Entry requirements*
Entry is open.
Please note: Completion of the Certificate of Achievement in Science Bridging (Anatomy
and Physiology) (Level 2) assists, but does not guarantee entry into other programmes
of study at WelTec.

“Animal care is a lot more than just the care


of animals – you learn about diseases, health
and safety, anatomy and physiology. The work
placements are great. I like the teaching style at
WelTec – it’s interactive and the tutors are always
there to help.”
Aleisha Rumbal
National Certificate in Veterinary Nursing

NQ NATIONAL QUALIFICATION * FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61 ** SUBJECT TO CHANGE
Foundation Teaching &
Training
Certificate in Preparation for Short Courses
Certificate of Achievement in
Tertiary Study | L3 Engineering Foundations | L4***

START DATE FEB & JULY START DATE FEB National Certificate in Adult
Literacy Education (Vocational
DURATION 17 WEEKS DURATION 4 WEEKS Tutor/Lecturer or workplace
Trainer) | L5
LOCATION PETONE LOCATION PETONE
START DATE FEB & JULY
STUDY OPTIONS WELLINGTON CBD STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME
DURATION 34 WEEKS
PROG CODE HV4450 PROG CODE HV4463
FEE GUIDE FEE GUIDE LOCATION PETONE
Guide only–subject to change. $750 Guide only–subject to change.
TBA
STUDY OPTIONS TWO 2-DAY WORKSHOPS
This programme will help you to prepare for tertiary This programme is designed for those wanting to
study and discover more about your career pathways. pursue studies at level 5 and above in engineering
NQ or PROG CODE NC1253
Designed for school leavers or those returning to programmes requiring knowledge of physics, maths
study, you’ll get the opportunity to develop key and engineering principles. FEE GUIDE
Guide only–subject to change. $1,570
research, essay writing, maths and presentation skills.
Learn how to demonstrate knowledge of introductory
Entry requirements* physics and mathematics as well as principles of Learn strategies to provide support and development
You will need to have a minimum of 8 NCEA Level engineering, including mechanical systems, electrical in literacy and numeracy to adult learners. The
1 credits in literacy (reading and writing) and 8 systems, engineering graphics and design and how National Certificate in Adult Literacy Education
NCEA Level 1 credits in numeracy (maths), or they are interrelated at an introductory level. (Vocational Tutor/Lecturer or Workplace Trainer) is
have equivalent personal, practical, professional or a largely self-directed course of study designed for
Entry requirements* vocational tutors, lecturers and workplace trainers to
educational experience of an appropriate kind.
The certificate of achievement is specifically designed continue to enhance their understanding of literacy
for people entering the: while teaching adult learners.
• National Diploma in Engineering Entry requirements*
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Certificate
Courses
of Achievement in
Science Bridging (Anatomy and
(Electrotechnology) Academic entry is open, however applicants must be
• National Diploma in Engineering (Mechanical) practising tutors / lecturers / workplace trainers in a
Physiology) | L2
• NZ Diploma in Engineering (Civil) non-literary context. IELTS 7.0 or above in all 4 skill
START DATE DEC, FEB & JUNE** areas, or equivalent skills.
The entry requirements for these Diplomas are:

DURATION 3 WEEKS 36 credits in NCEA level 2 with at least 12 credits in


Physics and/or Chemistry and at least 12 credits in
LOCATION PETONE Calculus and/or Algebra.

STUDY OPTIONS FULL-TIME

PROG CODE HV4456


FEE GUIDE
Guide only–subject to change. $270

Get the right start on your studies at WelTec with


an introduction to anatomy and physiology. The
Certificate of Achievement in Science Bridging
(Anatomy and Physiology) (Level 2) will prepare you
for further study at Level 3 and above in a tertiary
institution, in programmes that require knowledge of
anatomy and physiology, including Exercise Science,
Beauty Therapy and Animal Care.

Entry requirements*
Entry is open.
Please note: Completion of the Certificate of Achievement in Science Bridging (Anatomy
and Physiology) (Level 2) assists, but does not guarantee entry into other programmes
of study at WelTec.
Student support
At WelTec we are proud to offer students a supportive
learning environment. As well as friendly approachable
tutors and an interactive learning environment, there is a
range of services to support you and your study.

Personal Education Planning (PEP) Students Association


A free service to help you understand your WelTecSA independently supports and
learning style. A Personal Education Plan represents all WelTec students. It has an office
provides valuable information that you can use in the Student Hub at the Petone campus.
to succeed in your study. Further information about WelTecSA is
available at www.weltec.ac.nz/weltecsa
Learning Support
If you need assistance with your studies the Scholarships
Learning Support team can provide you with WelTec has a number of scholarships
free, informal academic support. Assistance available. For more information and
includes: study skills and time management; assistance contact 0800 935 832 or visit
note-taking skills; maths skills; essay and www.weltec.ac.nz/scholarships
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report writing; test and exam strategies;
spelling, grammar and punctuation; International Centre
CV preparation and job interview skills. The International Centre helps students
settle into life and study in New Zealand, and
Career Advice provides support with study, home life and
A career counsellor is available to help you recreational activities.
clearly define your study and career goals.
Accommodation
Student Health Services Information on student accommodation
A free counselling service is available to all options can be found on our website
students, to help you manage problems that www.weltec.ac.nz/accommodation
may affect your learning. First aid treatment
and health advice is also available. Students at all WelTec campuses, including
Wellington CBD, Petone, Christchurch and
Maori and Pacific Island Support Auckland, have access to student support
Te Whare Ãwhina and the Pasifika Centre services.
offer support, including peer tutoring and
mentoring along with support and assistance Please refer to the student services section on
on academic, cultural and personal issues. our website at:
www.weltec.ac.nz/studentsupport
Ability Resources for more information about the services
Our Ability Resources team is available to available at your campus.
help maximise the learning of students with
impairments.

Resource Centre
Our friendly staff are happy to help with library
and information services to support your
learning, including books, journals and video
and electronic resources for coursework.

Childcare
Te Whare Ako is WelTec’s childcare centre,
built specifically to provide care for the children
of WelTec students and staff.

* FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 61 ** SUBJECT TO CHANGE *** SUBJECT TO ACADEMIC APPROVAL
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Entry Criteria
The academic entry requirements outlined in this prospectus refer
to NCEA (National Certificate of Educational Achievement) or an
equivalent qualification. Equivalent qualifications generally refer to
qualifications at the same level or higher in a similar subject area.
International qualifications may also qualify and are assessed on a
case-by-case basis.

NCEA equivalents
As a guide, WelTec recognises the following equivalencies for entry to its programmes:

5th Form Certificate NCEA Year 11

C grade in School Certificate subject 12 Level 1 credits

Pass in School Certificate English 12 Level 1 literacy credits

Pass in School Certificate Maths 12 Level 1 numeracy credits


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6th Form Certificate NCEA Year 12

Total of 24 in best four subjects 40 Level 2 credits

Total of 20 in best four subjects 50 Level 2 credits

Total of 16 in best four subjects 60 Level 2 credits

Total of 12 in best four subjects 70 Level 2 credits

Grade 5 in Sixth Form Certificate subject 12 Level 2 credits

7th Form/ University Entrance NCEA Year 13

C grade in Bursary subject 14 Level 3 credits

Three C grades in Bursary subjects 42 Level 3 credits

What if I don’t meet the entry criteria? English language requirements


Most of our programmes have special admission Students are required to have an acceptable level of
options. This means if you are over 20 years old and English language fluency. This may be demonstrated
a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident (and do in a number of ways including successful study in
not meet the academic entry requirements) you may English, approved scores in IELTS tests or equivalent.
apply to WelTec for entry into a programme.

It is our aim to get you where you want to be. We IELTS requirements
can discuss your needs with you and help you
develop a personal education plan (PEP) to get you
Qualification Level IELTS req.
there. Many of our programmes are designed to
allow ‘staircasing’ into higher-level programmes. This
means that you can start with a certificate or diploma Qualifications from Levels 1-3 5.0 - 5.5
level programme and move into a diploma or degree.
If you would like to discuss your options further, Qualifications from Levels 3-5 5.5 - 6.0
please call us on 0800 935 832.
Qualifications from Level 6+ 6.0 - 6.5

PLEASE NOTE
Programmes are offered subject to demand. Students may gain entry into programmes that
require an IELTS score of 5.5 by successfully
completing WelTec Certificate in Preparation for
Tertiary Students for NESB Students (Level 4).
Career Opportunities
CREATIVE
10 ADDICTION,
Nail Technician
COUNSELLING & 26 TECHNOLOGIES Salon Owner
Beauty Therapist
HEALTH STUDIES Advertising Account Director Stylist for Film, TV and Stage
Youth & Justice Worker Advertising Account Manager Sales Merchandiser
Human Resource Advisor Advertising Art Director Freelance Make-up Artist
Community Care Worker Advertising Sales Manager Makeup artist for Film, TV and Stage
Case Worker Communication Officer Beauty consultant for retail outlets
Counsellor Communication Manager

42 HORTICULTURE/
Career Counsellor Copywriter
Social Worker
Mental Health Worker
Market Researcher
Marketing Manager
LANDSCAPING
Animator Landscape Contractor
Landscape Designer
14 AUTOMOTIVE
Cartoonist
Crop Producer
TECHNOLOGY Graphic Designer
Park and Reserve Officer
Illustrator
Automotive Engineer Consultant
Photographer
Automotive Electrical Engineer Craftsperson
Visual Art Teacher
Mechanic Horticulturalist
Website Developer
Motorcycle Engineer
Director (Film/Television/Video)
Diesel Engineer
Service Manager
Film Editor 44 HOSPITALITY
Film/Television Camera Operator Restaurateur
Panelbeater
Function Caterer
Motor Industry Technician
Sales Representative 30 ENGINEERING Waiter/Waitress
Chef /Cook
Automotive Refinisher Electrician
Merchandiser
Electrical Inspector
16 BUILT ENVIRONMENT Repair & Service Technician
Food Service
Silver Service
Electrical Engineer
Architectural Designer Baker
Appliance Service Person
Architectural Technician Patisserie Chef
Electrical Fitter
Building Inspector Customer Service Officer
Motor Rewinder
Construction Manager Airline Attendant
Electronic Service Person
Consultant Cruise Ship Attendant
Fitter
Draughtsperson Host/Hostess
Maintenance Engineering
Financial Manager Bar Manager
Toolmaker
Property Manager Restaurant Operations Manager
Sheetmetal Worker
Quantity Surveyor Bartender
Welder
Quantity Survey Technician Hotel Receptionist
Structural Sheet Worker
18 BUSINESS STUDIES General Engineering

Executive Assistant
Survey Technician 48 INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY
Civil Draughtsperson
Customer Service Team Leader Mechanical Engineer Programmer
Senior Administrator Environmental Engineer Web Developer
Accountant Structural Engineer Database Administrator
General Manager Engineering Draughtsperson Systems Technicians
Supervisor Natural Resources Engineer Systems Administrator
Human Resources Officer Electrotech Technician Website Administrator
Marketing Co-ordinator Electrical Engineer Systems Analyst
Administrator Civil Engineer Software Architect
Executive Receptionist Product Engineer
Office Manager
Frontline Receptionist
Computer Engineer 52 SOCIAL SERVICES
Network Engineer Funeral Director
Secretary
Embalmer
36 EXERCISE SCIENCE
Contact Centre Operator
Personal Assistant Health Sector Manager
Customer Service Officer
& RECREATION Community Worker
Retailer / Merchandiser Health Consultant
Health Promoter
54 TOURISM
22 CONSTRUCTION
Recreation Co-ordinator
Flight Attendant
TRADES Recreation Facility Employee
School Sports Co-ordinator Travel Agent
Carpenter School & Club Coaching Front Office Reception
Joiner Personal Trainer Customer Service Officer
Blocklayer Gym Instructor I-Site Consultant
Plumber/Gasfitter Aerobics Instructor
Painter/Decorator Rental Car Agent
Site Co-ordinator HAIRDRESSING, VET NURSING &
Self Employed Carpenter
Site Manager
38 BEAUTY THERAPY & 56 ANIMAL CARE
Contract Co-ordinator
MAKE-UP ARTISTRY Animal Attendant
Project Manager Hairdresser
Animal Behavioural - Consultant
Foreman Colourist
Animal Control Officer
Industry Instructor Salon Owner
Stylist for Film, TV and Stage SPCA Officer
Building Inspector
Workshop Manager Sales Merchandiser Veterinary Nurse
Building Merchants Stylist for Fashion Shows Zoo Manager
Beautician Animal Food/Product - Representatives
Cosmetologist
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Find out more
Need more information? Auckland Campus
Level 2
It’s as easy as a call, email or visit online or in person. 3 Wakefield St
Auckland CBD
n Call us on 0800 935 832 for more information or to
Telephone: 0800 935 832
request specific information about your area of interest.
n Visit our website www.weltec.ac.nz or
Christchurch Campus
n Email studentadvisors@weltec.ac.nz
Level 1, Science Alive Building
n Visit us in person at our Petone, Wellington, Auckland 392 Moorhouse Avenue
or Christchurch campuses. Telephone: 0800 935 832

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WELTEC DisclaimeR
The information contained in this prospectus describes the courses we intend to offer in 2010/2011. The information is correct at the time of printing. However, you should note that
programmes and courses are subject to change as they are refined and developed, and are dependent on the availability of resources. In some cases the commencement and subsequent
continuation of programmes and courses will be subject to final approval and the number of enrolment applications. WelTec reserves the right to change the content or method of presentation
of any course or programme or to withdraw any qualification or part thereof, or impose limitations on enrolments where circumstances dictate. (July 2010)
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