Certificate in Automotive Engineering (Fault Diagnosis, Repair & Administration)

Programme details

Translation Te Pōkaitahi Waihanga Waka (Mahi Whakatika)
Code WR2779
Level 4
Credits 60
Duration 17 weeks
IntakesFebruary
Study options Full-time
LocationRotorua (Mokoia)
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Programme aim

Gain skills required to diagnose and rectify vehicle faults, and carry out associated administrative functions.

Career opportunities

Automotive engineer

Knowledge and skills you will gain

  • inspect, diagnose and rectify faults in vehicles for general repair and electronic components; and
  • gain credits toward the National Certificate in Automotive Engineering (Level 4).

Entry criteria

Admission and entry requirements for this qualification are in accordance with the academic regulations.

As part of the condition of your enrolment you will be required to return a clean drug test within the first 2 weeks of study.

Selection by interview. The pre-requisite Level 3 units or previous experience.

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