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ELECTRICITY SUPPLY (INTRODUCTORY)
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Electricity supply engineering theory and practice
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ELECTRICITY SUPPLY (INTRODUCTORY)

NEW ZEALAND CERTIFICATE IN ELECTRICITY SUPPLY (INTRODUCTORY)

  • Quick Facts:
  • Level 2
  • 40-44 Credits
  • TBA
  • NZQA Ref: 2136

Strands: Electricity Supply, and Telecommunications

CORE SKILLS COVERED:

  • Understanding how health and safety is applied to the Electricity Supply Industry
  • Demonstrating foundation understanding of the principles of generation, transmission and distribution in the Electricity Supply Industry.

Plus the skills in one of the following strands:

Electricity Supply: Understanding how the Electricity Act, regulations and industry rules and guides govern industry practice. Competently applying knowledge to tasks within the Electricity Supply Industry with appropriate supervision

Telecommunications: Working safely on telecommunications assets on or near electrical structures

Electricity Supply Engineering Theory and Practice

NEW ZEALAND CERTIFICATE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING THEORY AND PRACTICE (TRADE) (LEVEL 4)

  • Quick Facts:
  • Level 4
  • 250 Credits
  • TBA
  • NZQA Ref: 2388

Under development. To be released to market by end of 2017.

CORE SKILLS COVERED:

  • Installing, commissioning, and maintaining electrical systems and equipment, including electrical protection
  • Carrying out fault diagnosis and testing of electrical systems and equipment
  • Monitoring and maintaining safe working; procedures, practices, and environment, and identify and control hazards in the workplace
  • Applying electrical and relevant non-electrical legislation governing the work of electricians
  • Installing and maintaining electrical machines and control systems
  • Installing and maintaining electrical equipment in special electrical situations
  • Working ethically and professionally within the electrical industry as a commercially competent registered electrician, including maintaining current competency and communicating with stakeholders on electrical and related matters