ENERGY Management

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Our Management qualifications are for those who are involved in a wide range of work including land surveys, mapping, site investigations, resource management, assessing environmental impacts and analysing survey data.

NZ Diploma in Engineering Practice
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NZ Diploma in ENGINEERING PRACTICE

  • Quick Facts:
  • Level 6
  • 120 Credits
  • 30 Months

Strands: Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering

This qualification puts the theory learnt through completion of the New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (NZDE) into practice, allowing graduates to gain on-job experience in engineering.

The candidate could be working in one of the following areas (not limited to): engineering consultancy, maintenance or asset management, design, manufacturing, installation, production engineering, technical sales and customer service, draughting services, construction or contracting.

CORE SKILLS COVERED:

  • Comprehend and apply detailed knowledge underpinning good practice as an engineering technician
  • Comprehend and apply detailed knowledge underpinning good practice as an engineering technician that is specific to the jurisdiction in which he/she practices
  • Be responsible for making decisions on part or all of one or more or more well-defined engineering activities
  • Manage part or all of one or more well-defined engineering activities in accordance with good engineering management practice
  • Communicate clearly with others in the course of his/her well-defined engineering activities
  • Maintain the currency of engineering knowledge and skills
  • Exercise sound engineering judgement
  • Conduct engineering activities to an ethical standard at least equivalent to the relevant code of ethical conduct
  • Recognise the reasonably foreseeable social, cultural and environmental effects of well-defined engineering activities generally

Plus the skills in one of the following strands:
Civil Engineering:

  • Identify, state and analyse well-defined engineering problems in accordance with good practice for engineering
  • Design or develop solutions to well-defined engineering problems by applying accepted procedures and methodologies
  • Identify risk and apply risk management techniques to well-defined engineering problems

Electrical Engineering:

  • Identify, state and analyse well-defined engineering problems in accordance with good practice for engineering
  • Design or develop solutions to well-defined engineering problems by applying accepted procedures and methodologies
  • Identify risk and apply risk management techniques to well-defined engineering problems

Mechanical Engineering:

  • Identify, state and analyse well-defined engineering problems in accordance with good practice for engineering
  • Design or develop solutions to well-defined engineering problems by applying accepted procedures and methodologies
  • Identify risk and apply risk management techniques to well-defined engineering problems