Machining

Specialise in machining. Build on the skills gained in the Certificate in Engineering. You must be employed in a mechanical workshop. You'll attend night classes and block courses.

What you will learn

  • Develop skills in fitting and machining
  • Learn how to make engineering tools
  • Learn skills in general and maintenance engineering
  • *Subject to approval
Manufacturing & TechnologyManufacturing
& Technology

Programme structure

  • Evening classes, three hours a week held between March and November
  • Two one-week block courses per year
  • Start dates in March or July (by arrangement) 
You can get support from anywhere on campus. Or you can phone or contact us online.
Mervyn
Mervyn, Learning Advisor

Career options

  • Fitter Machinist
  • Toolmaker
  • Maintenance Engineer
  • General Engineer

Entry criteria

Under 20

You must have successfully completed the Certificate in Engineering (Level 3) or demonstrated equivalent skills and experience, and have access to engineering workshop facilities.

20+

You must have successfully completed the Certificate in Engineering (Level 3) or demonstrated equivalent skills and experience, and have access to engineering workshop facilities.

What it will cost

Local

  • Fee to be confirmed
  • Student services fee: $220

    Your student fee is included in your course fees. It is not billed separately. Amount shown is based on full year study. More details.

This programme qualifies for student loans and allowances. More details

International

This programme is not available to international students.

Where will my course be?

The Petone campus is at 21 Kensington Avenue, Petone.

Read more about our Petone campus.

Ready to enrol?

Local

Applying online is easy and takes only about 10 minutes.

You will need a few details:

  1. An email address you check regularly.

  2. The phone number of someone willing to be your emergency contact.

  3. Your date of residency if you are a permanent resident in NZ.

If you have your NZQA National Student Number and/or a WelTec Student ID it will help us process your application faster.

International

Contact our international team to check the suitability of this course for international students.


Offered by:
School of Engineering
Offered by:
Te Kāhui Pūkenga o ngā Pūkaha
Formal programme title:
National Certificate in Mechanical Engineering (Machining) (Level 4)
Programme code:
NC1262
You can get support from anywhere on campus. Or you can phone or contact us online.
Mervyn
Mervyn, Learning Advisor