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ADDICTION, COUNSELLING AND YOUTH STUDIES
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Addiction, Counselling
and Youth Studies
Want to make a difference in your community? Our students do.
They appreciate that WelTec’s addiction, counselling and youth
studies courses are practical and applied, and that you learn
through actual work experience.
What you learn is how to actually help people
in the community. Whether it's helping
a family affected by alcohol, counselling
someone who's mourning or inspiring young
people, your training will help get you ready
to handle these challenges.
Our students like that they learn from people
who have rich experience in these areas and
who are doing research in these fields.
We also work with professional bodies to
make sure what you study is recognised,
applicable and approved. Our close
connection to the sector also offers you
many opportunities to do work experience,
practicums, clinical practice and to get
supervision.
Our study programmes can be designed
to suit you. We know life's busy. We offer
full-time and part-time options at both our
Wellington CBD campus and at Petone, as
well as in Auckland. You can also do some
learning online or do a short course.
WelTec is flexible.
Addiction Studies
Youth Studies
You'll grow your understanding of addiction
– the theory behind it as well as practical
strategies to treat clients and help them
manage addictions. What you learn is based
on tested research and you'll then do work
experience to practise your skills. You can
study at several different levels and you've
got options to do full-time or part-time study.
Want to see young people succeed? The
Bachelor of Youth Development gives you
the skills and on-the-job training to help
do just that. You'll learn and work as you go
with a work placement – if you're already
doing some youth work, you can continue
that, or we'll help you find somewhere you
can use your skills.
Counselling
A range of courses
You'll learn a range of counselling techniques
and therapies to help people. And you'll
put these skills into practice under clinical
supervision. We offer different qualifications.
Choose a diploma, bachelor degree or
graduate diploma. Gain new knowledge or
take your existing skills further.
You can also study courses in:
>Psychology
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> Trauma Studies
> Community Support
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ADDICTION, COUNSELLING AND YOUTH STUDIES
NCEA Vocational
Pathway endorsement
in Social and
Community Services
Start: March 2015
Level 2
Length: 17 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
The Social and Community Services Vocational
Pathway offers an introduction to the skills
and knowledge required for entry level roles
in the community. The programme includes
community development, business, work skills
and personal development. Upon successful
completion there are opportunities to continue
with further higher level study in health care or
community services. Successful completion of
this programme will mean that you have met
all the requirements for NCEA Level 2 with a
Vocational Pathway endorsement.
National Certificate in
Health, Disability, and
Aged Support
(Core Competencies)
Start: March 2015
Level 3
Length: 17 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone, Auckland and Kapiti
The National Certificate in Community
Support (Core Competencies) is a foundational
qualification designed for those working,
or wishing to gain employment as a support
worker in areas including care for the older
person, intellectual disability or human Services.
This programme will provide you with the
knowledge, skills and best practises required
within the industry.
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Certificate in Trauma
Studies
Level 4
Start: March 2015
Length: 17 weeks (Part-time)
Campus: Distance Learning
Become better prepared to provide support
to those experiencing trauma. The certificate
programme provides you with an excellent
introduction to the topic of trauma studies,
with the option to continue on to complete
three additional courses and gain a Diploma
in Trauma Management. Throughout the
programme you’ll explore common responses
to loss, change and grief and learn about the
impact of trauma on the individual and
the group.
Diploma in Trauma
Management
Start: March 2015
Level 5
Length: 1 year (Full-time)
Campus: Distance Learning
Gain a deeper understanding of the effect
of trauma in a crisis situation with studies in
Trauma Management. Through this programme
you’ll discuss and describe appropriate
responses to critical incidence scenarios and
increase your overall understanding of trauma
and its impact on the individual psyche.
For complete programme code, course descriptions and entry requirements please refer to www.weltec.ac.nz/addiction
Certificate in
Supervision
(Human Services)
Start: March 2015
Level 5
Length: 17 weeks (Part-time)
Campus: Wellington/Petone,
Auckland and Christchurch
Become equipped to meet the growing need for
qualified, professional and clinical supervisors
within the helping professions.
Gain a well-recognised qualification and
develop your career options in the area
of supervision. Designed for experienced
practitioners working in the social, health and
human services sector, this programme will
provide you with the latest in the leading theory
and practice of supervision.
Diploma in Health
Psychology:
Hauora Hinengaro
Level 5
Start: March 2015
Length: 1 years (Full-time)
Campus: Wellington/Petone
and Auckland
Health Psychology will take you on a journey
to explore how our own attitudes, as well as
that of friends, family and the media influence
our health. Exposure to a range of theoretical
approaches and a focus on self-discovery
throughout your studies will allow you to
consider the future path of study that is right
for you, whether you progress on to counselling,
psychology, social work or another field entirely.
Brush up on your academic writing and
references skills, and graduate confident in your
ability to communicate to a range of audiences.
Certificate in Alcohol
and Drug Studies
(Support Work)
Start: March 2015
Level 5
Length: 34 weeks (Part-time only)
Campus: Wellington/Petone
and Auckland
Whether you’re looking to begin a career in the
field of addictions, or complement your industry
experience with further study, WelTec is a great
place to start your learning journey.
The Certificate will provide you with an essential
understanding of the causes and effects of
addictive behaviours. Learn leading strategies
in the assessment and treatment of those
suffering from addictions and develop a
client-centred approach in your practice.
Diploma in Counselling
Applied
Start: March 2015
Level 6
Length: 2 years (Full-time)
Campus: Wellington and Auckland
Students completing this programme will
have an understanding of the application of a
range of counselling theories in client-centred
practice. Under clinical supervision, they will be
able to review their developing competency,
respond reflectively to the need for personal or
professional change and be able to meet some,
but not all, of the New Zealand Association of
Counsellors criteria specified in the Practitioner
Competencies for Counselling Workers in
Aotearoa – New Zealand.
Diploma in Alcohol
and Drug Studies
Bachelor of Addiction
Studies
Level 6
Start: March 2015
Length: 2 years (Part-time only)
Campus: Wellington and Auckland
Level 7
Start: March 2015
Length: 3 years (Full-time)
Campus: Wellington and Auckland
Step up to a Diploma and advance your
understanding of causes and treatment
of addictive behaviours. Throughout the
programme you will develop your ability to
critically analyse addiction theories and will
become accomplished in the assessment,
intervention, management and treatment of
addiction disorders. Our comprehensive learning
experience includes a combination of lectures,
field visits, presentations by visiting speakers,
case studies and self-directed learning.
This programmes offers current best practice
research and courses in areas such as Criminal
Justice and Abuse. The programme aims
to provide graduates with evidence based
practice skills that will enable them to work
in partnership with a wide range of other
professionals and in a variety of social settings.
Bachelor of Counselling
Level 7
Start: March 2015
Length: 3 years (Full-time)
Campus: Wellington and Auckland
The Bachelor of Counselling aims to
develop graduates who are able to practise
professionally according to the values and
ethics of the New Zealand Association of
Counsellors (NZAC). As such graduates will
learn the knowledge and skills to enable
them to be competent, critical and reflective
beginning practitioners with a sound theoretical
base; and the skills to practise independently
and co-operatively within a culturally diverse
and ethically appropriate counselling context.
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Association, Aotearoa-New Zealand (Dapaanz).
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ADDICTION, COUNSELLING AND YOUTH STUDIES
Bachelor of Youth
Development
Graduate Diploma in
Counselling Practice
Start: March 2015
Level 7
Length: 3 years (Full-time)
Campus: Wellington/Petone
and Auckland
Level 7
Start: March 2015
Length: 1 year (Full-time)
Campus: Wellington and Auckland
Young people are an important part of society
and it is vital to help foster their identity, sense
of belonging and talents. This programme
aims to help you to become a competent
youth practitioner and meet the competency
standards for Youth Work developed by
the sector.
You will become familiar with current issues in
youth development, exploring the relationship
between theory and practice, and use your
work experience to address issues of diversity,
empowerment and rights. Your studies will
encourage reflection on issues and influences
that impact young people. The social and
psychological development of youth, and how
to apply the latest theories and strengthsbased approaches to practice, will be covered.
At the end of the programme you will have a
strong sense of professional identity with an
awareness of ethical standards, cultural safety
and a Te Tiriti o Waitangi partnership approach
to work with young people.
Coming together for your face to face sessions
gives you the opportunity to build a strong
and supportive learning community with your
tutors and peers. Your learning will involve
undertaking projects in the work place, working
out how to solve realistic problems, working
through simulated situations and by actually
working, under supervision with young people.
You will also be engaged in online learning,
active, task-based group work under the
guidance and support of a tutor.
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The Graduate Diploma of Counselling Practice
is designed to meet the needs of other
professionals, who require a qualification
that enables them to continue working, or
gain new employment in the counselling
sector. In addition, it provides an opportunity
for the many workers in human services,
not designated as counsellors, but needing
counselling skills to obtain them.
Students will have the opportunity to develop
counselling competencies under supervision
in real workplace situations. They will be able
to review their developing competence, and
respond reflectively to the need for personal
or professional change.
Graduate Diploma in
Applied Addiction
Studies
Start: March 2015
Level 7
Length: 1 year (Full-time)
Campus: Wellington, Auckland
and Christchurch
Turn experience into expertise with a wellrecognised qualification in addictions. Designed
for those with prior clinical experience, this
one year programme of study will provide you
with a specialist understanding of addiction.
You will learn the latest industry models in
assessment and intervention of addictions, and
will put theory into practice with a clinical work
placement within industry. Gain an insight into
New Zealand’s cultural context.
For complete programme code, course descriptions and entry requirements please refer to www.weltec.ac.nz/addition
Graduate Diploma in
Addiction, Alcohol and
Drug Studies
Start: March 2015
Level 7
Length: 1 year (Full-time)
Campus: Wellington and Auckland
Enhance your career in the field of addictions
with a Graduate Diploma in Addiction, Alcohol
and Drug Studies. The Graduate Diploma
in Addiction, Alcohol and Drug Studies is a
unique graduate programme designed to
meet the needs of graduates with related
qualifications and work experience, for
knowledge and understanding of addictive
behaviour, alcohol and drug issues and
problems, and approaches to practice in the
addiction services field. This is a one-year
programme of study.
This is a non-clinical programme and therefore
is not workplace based. It will however equip
graduates with knowledge and skills relating
to addiction, alcohol and drug services. The
programme aims to attract students who want
to increase their knowledge base, in ways
that will enhance their professional practice
where addictions, especially alcohol and drug
problems are an issue for the people they
work with.
The programme introduces students to the
scope of addiction, alcohol and drug services;
assessment and intervention strategies for
clients with addiction and co-existing mental
health disorders. It provides knowledge of the
ethics, theories and principles that underpin
the work of addiction, practitioners.
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ANIMAL HEALTH
Animal Care
& Veterinary Nursing
Love animals? Make a career working with animals.
Animals are an important part of peoples live’s. Our programmes will teach you
different aspects of animal care.
Expertise and care
Learn in a friendly environment. You will
enjoy working with tutors who are keen to
share their knowledge and interest.
Accredited for the animal industry
You will enjoy the experience of studying in
our environment. Your success will allow you
to earn qualifications that are recognised
and respected.
Stand out, and train with industry
We offer hands-on learning opportunities
including time at the Wellington SPCA.
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National Certificate in
Animal Care
National Certificate in
Veterinary Nursing
Start: March or July 2015
Length: 17 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
Level 5
Start: April 2015
Length: 23 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
Level 2
Taking care of animals is a challenging and
rewarding career option. You will have the
opportunity to put theory into practice with
shared responsibility for the care of animals
and work experience within industry.
The National Certificate in Veterinary Nursing
will provide you with a range of clinical, surgical
and diagnostic skills that will prove invaluable to
a career in veterinary nursing.
Learn industry-relevant skills with veterinary
clinic work placements. Your learning will take
place in an environment with the latest facilities
and equipment, taught by tutors who are highly
qualified and experienced in their fields.
For complete programme code, course descriptions and entry requirements please refer to www.weltec.ac.nz/animalcare
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BUSINESS STUDIES
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Business Studies
Our students say that studying business at WelTec opens their eyes
to a whole range of career possibilities. Here, you can study business
management. Administration. Economics. Marketing. Or accounting.
You’ll gain skills that you can use from day one of your next job.
Study full-time, part-time, during the day
or in the evenings. Our students appreciate
the flexibility you get at WelTec. And there
are options to study at both our Petone
and Wellington CBD campuses.
You’ll learn in small classes and your tutors
really care about your success. They
have experience in running businesses,
working in different industries and in being
managers. They’ll give you real-world
advice and they’ll work with you to sharpen
your skills.
There’s a strong commercial focus to what
you study and our students work with
actual companies as part of their course.
Business at WelTec is practical, relevant
and real.
Business Management
Business Administration
Got your sights set on management?
You’ve got options to study business and
management at different levels whether it’s
for a one-year course or a little longer.
Or specialise and do a diploma in marketing
or accounting.
Our business administration programmes
prepare you to work in an office.
Administration. Computing. Payments.
Business documents. Diary management.
Customer service skills. You’ll polish your
skills and be able to keep everything
running smoothly.
Our Bachelor of Applied Management
degree covers off the key areas of business
so you could make an instant contribution
to a workplace. It’s broad and yet you can
specialise in accounting, human resources,
sales and marketing, strategic management
and event management.
Hospitality Management
Be it hotels, resorts or other major tourist
attractions, we will provide you with insight
into how these sites are managed and how
sustainable business models are developed
within the hospitality sector. Your studies will
cover accounting, management, marketing
and strategy. Reach your destination in
hospitality management by completing our
degree programme.
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BUSINESS STUDIES
National Certificate in
Business Administration
and Computing
Start: March and
Level 2
July 2015
Length: 17 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
This programme is ideal for school leavers, or
people wanting to gain entry-level competence,
knowledge and skills. It permits and assists
a pathway to further education and training.
Successful graduates may also be able to
gain employment in an entry-level office
administration role that requires supervision.
National Certificate in
Business Administration
and Computing
Level 3
Start: March, July 2015
Length: 17 weeks (Part-time)
Campus: Petone
Designed for those interested in getting into
a support role, this programme is ideal for
those new to the field. You will get a general
taste for the technical skills needed in office
administration — from Microsoft Word, Excel,
Outlook and PowerPoint to more specific
programmes like MYOB. You’ll also have
the opportunity to develop other key skills,
including customer service, communication
and teamwork through group project work.
Familiarity of home keys and basic computer
use is an advantage before entry into the
programme.
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Certificate in Secretarial
Computer Applications
Level 3
Start: March, July 2015
Length: 17 weeks (Part-time)
Campus: Wellington CBD
Learn about a wide range of computer
applications with the Certificate in Secretarial
Computer Applications. Designed to give you
the computer skills and business know-how
required in today’s office environment, this
programme is ideal if you want to learn about
current computing applications, update your
existing skills or develop work-ready computing
skills. Focusing on support roles, you’ll gain
a sound understanding of spreadsheets,
databases, word processing, business document
layouts, internet and email. You’ll also develop
employment preparation skills and learn about
customer service so that you enter into the
workplace with a well-rounded set of skills.
New Zealand Institute of
Management Diploma
in Management
Start: November 2014,
Level 5
March, July 2015
Length: 34 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone and Wellington CBD
Your first step towards a career in management
is the New Zealand Institute of Management
(NZIM) Diploma in Management (Level 5). This
six-course programme is designed for those
who want a qualification in management to
enhance their career or employment prospects,
as well as those setting their sights on a career
in management. The programme focuses on
business communication and management
techniques to help you develop leadership and
first-level supervision and management skills.
Choose from a range of elective courses to gain
greater general business knowledge.
National Certificate in
Business Administration
Diploma in Accounting
(Accounting Technician)
Level 4
Start: March, July 2015
Length: 17 weeks (Part-time)
Campus: Petone
Start: November 2014,
Level 6
March, July 2015
Length: 2 years (Full-time)
Campus: Petone and Wellington CBD
This is the next step up from the National
Certificate in Business Administration and
Computing (Level 3) or the Certificate in
Secretarial Computer Applications (Level 3).
Designed to prepare you to work in an office
environment, you will develop customer service,
office administration and computing skills.
This programme has an applied learning focus
where you will work in groups on scenariobased projects.
For complete programme code, course descriptions and entry requirements please refer to www.weltec.ac.nz/business
Gain a thorough understanding of business and
accounting concepts and practices for entry
into the accounting industry with the Diploma
in Accounting (Accounting Technician)
(Level 6). Designed for those who want to
pursue a career in an accounting-related
field, this 12-course programme satisfies the
academic requirements for entry into the
College of Accounting Technicians of the New
Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants.
You will study a range of topics including
accounting principles and practice, financial and
management accounting.
Diploma in Marketing
Start: November 2014,
Level 6
March, July 2015
Length: 1½ years (Full-time)
Campus: Petone and Wellington CBD
The Diploma in Marketing is an eight-course
programme focusing on marketing, sales and
communication. You will learn how to apply
marketing functions to business planning/
operations and to undertake a range of
specialised activities in marketing roles. Gain
an insight into marketing and sales practice,
marketing planning and strategy, buyer
behaviour and market research, and develop
core generic business skills with elective
courses in other areas to complement your
studies.
New Zealand Diploma
in Business
Start: November 2014,
Level 6
March, July 2015
Length: 2 years (Full-time)
Campus: Petone and Wellington CBD
This is a 12-course programme designed for
students who want to gain a broad base of
business knowledge and skills. You will gain an
initial overview of accounting, management,
communications and commercial law and then
select elective courses in your own areas of
interest to build your diploma. You will apply what
you’ve learnt in class with real-world projects and
assignments and enhance your problem-solving,
communication and team work skills.
The New Zealand Diploma in Business is
endorsed by the New Zealand Institute of
Management and the New Zealand Institute
of Chartered Accountants. Depending on your
choice of courses, you may meet the academic
requirements for membership to these institutes.
Bachelor of Applied
Management
Graduate Diploma
in Management
Level 7
Start: March, July 2015
Length: 3 years (Full-time)
Campus: Petone and Church Street
Start: November 2014
Level 7
March, July 2015
Length: 34 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
You will develop a breadth of business
knowledge and expertise including a historical
perspective of business development in New
Zealand and an understanding of multicultural
influences on business operation. You will gain
the understanding necessary to implement
sustainable focused business practices.
Your programme of study will enable you to
be part of a co-operative education project
which will see you graduate work-ready and
able to make an immediate contribution to the
business environment. Students will also be
able to complete a double major.
Available majors**
Accounting
Working as a managerial accounting
professional your expertise and assistance
will help managers create and implement
financial strategies..
Human Resources Management
New Zealand business has a constant need
for qualified human resource managers,
who are responsible for an organisation’s
workforce in both public and private sectors.
Sales and Marketing
Sales and Marketing Management could
see you with a key role in planning, directing
and developing the promotion and sale of
an organisation’s goods and services.
Strategic Management
As a professional in Strategic Management
you will play a part in the analyses of major
initiatives taken by senior management
in many areas of both private and public
sectors.
Event Management
Create and manage successful events
as well as developing specialist skills to
ensure that entertainment, conferences and
marketing events run smoothly.
WelTec’s Graduate Diploma of Management
will enable you to develop a sound knowledge
and understanding of the theory and practical
applications of: strategic management, human
resource management, leadership, project
management, change management, business
analytics and intelligence, and organisational
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CONSTRUCTION TRADES
Construction Trades
Studying at WelTec allows you to learn a trade and establish a career. If you
are motivated, entering the building industry can lead you to a variety of job
opportunities. Right now for instance, trades skills are in high demand locally
and across the country.
Our students like that you spend most of
your time in the workshop putting into
practice what you’ve learned. You’ll have
access to actual work experience and
we’ll support you to find a job.
We’ve also been building a new, multimillion dollar School of Construction that
will bring different trades together on one
site. This will be ready for the 2015 year.
You’ll therefore be doing your learning in a
brand new facility.
You’ll also learn from the best. Our tutors
know their trades inside-out and their years
of industry experience means they’ll help
you to quickly gain relevant knowledge and
boost your skills.
Study full-time or study part-time – it’s
flexible. Whether you are just starting out
or want to up-skill, WelTec’s got the trade
training you need to hit the ground running.
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Carpentry
Keen to be a carpenter or builder? You’ll get
what you need to know through practical
tutorials, classes in our workshop and on an
actual building site. Choose a programme
that suits you from learning the basics to
gaining construction management skills.
Painting
Learn how to erect scaffolding,
professionally prepare surfaces and paint
interiors and exteriors. Our tutors will
guide you through each step so you have
the skills to work in the painting trade.
Students in applied decorating gain skills
in wallpapering, decorative colour effects,
spray painting and more.
Plastering
Plastering skills are always in demand. Our
tutors will develop your technique and you’ll
gain experience in plasterboard preparation
and finishing. Some students head straight
out to the workforce with their skills. Others
take them further by doing a course in
painting and decorating or in carpentry.
Brick and Blocklaying, Tiling,
Paving and Landscape
Construction
Our tutors will help you gain a solid
introduction in the latest techniques and
design in brick and blocklaying, tiling, paving
and landscape construction. In purpose-built
workshops, you will learn how to interpret
plans, consult with clients and work on a
range of practical projects.
Plumbing, Drainlaying, Gasfitting
and Roofing
Get skills and qualifications in plumbing,
drainlaying, gasfitting and roofing, and gain
the expertise that employers are constantly
looking for. You’ll get a solid grounding, work
experience and all you need to step into the
workforce.
Electrical Trades
You will learn the hands-on practical skills
and knowledge that an electrician uses in
their daily work. You could also use your
qualifications to work as an electronic service
technician, electrics salesperson or an
electrical fitter.
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NCEA Vocational
Pathways endorsement
in Construction and
Infrastructure
Level 2
Start: March 2015
Length: 17 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
This qualification is aimed primarily at
people interested in entering a career in
the construction industry. It will also be
useful for people wishing to gain entry to
Level 3 programmes in carpentry, landscape
construction, painting and decorating,
electrical work, plumbing, brick and
blocklaying or plastering. They will gain NCEA
Level 2 as well as an understanding of health
and safety issues in the building industry,
skills and knowledge in hand and power
tools, building calculations, building materials,
and employment skills to begin work on a
construction site.
Certificate in Foundation
Studies (Plasterboard
Preparation and
Finishing)
Level 3
Start: March 2015
Length: 17 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
This programme will give you all the key
skills needed to begin work as an assistant
to a plasterboard fixer or finisher within the
construction industry.
This certificate provides students with
knowledge of how to interpret drawings and
specifications for building work. Students will
learn safe worksite practice in plasterboard
preparation, through to finishing off a plaster
board installation in a practical tertiary
education setting.
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Certificate in Carpentry
Start: March 2015
Level 3
Length: 34 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
WelTec’s Certificate in Carpentry is your first
step towards gaining a building qualification.
You will learn in purpose-built workshops and
on WelTec’s own building site, where you will
work on full-sized building projects.
On the building site, you’ll learn about
framing, roofing, cladding, internal linings,
fitting windows and hanging doors. You will
also gain an understanding of the health and
safety issues in the building industry, and
develop your knowledge of building codes
and regulations.
Certificate in Brick,
Block Laying, Paving
and Tiling
Level 3
Start: March 2015
Length: 34 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
Designed for those wanting to learn skills and
enter careers in the bricklaying, blocklaying,
tiling or paving industries. In our purposebuilt workshops, you will learn how to
interpret plans, consult with clients and work
on a range of practical projects.
This programme will provide you with a mix of
theory and practical skills to get you started in
the industry.
Certificate in Plumbing,
Drainlaying, Gasfitting
and Roofing
Certificate in
Foundation Studies
(Painting)
Start: March 2015
Level 3
Length: 34 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
Level 3
Start: March 2015
Length: 17 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone and Whitireia (Porirua)
Start your plumbing career with the
Certificate in Plumbing, Drainlaying, Gasfitting
and Roofing (Level 3). Gain the knowledge
and practical skills necessary to enter an
apprenticeship in the plumbing, drainlaying,
gasfitting and roofing industries.
This programme, specialising in Painting, will
give you all the key skills needed to begin
work as an assistant to a painter within the
construction industry.
Our tutors will help get you industry-ready
providing work experience opportunities
with local plumbers, drainlayers, gasfitters or
roofers in the Wellington region. You will even
learn how to create your own curriculum vitae.
This certificate provides students with
knowledge of how to interpret drawings and
specifications for building work. Students will
learn safe worksite practice in preparation,
through to finishing off a paint system in a
practical tertiary education setting.
For complete programme code, course descriptions and entry requirements please refer to www.weltec.ac.nz/construction
Certificate in Applied
Decorating Skills
Certificate in Electrical
Engineering Theory
National Certificate
in Carpentry
Level 4
Start: March 2015
Length: 17 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
Start: February 2015
Level 4
Length: 34 weeks (Part-time)
Campus: Petone
Level 4
Start: March 2015
Length: Based on individual learning plan
Campus: On-Job and Petone
This programme is designed to develop
practical skills, appropriate knowledge and
safe working attitudes to undertake wall
papering, spray painting and apply colour
effects in the decorating industry under
supervision.
A three-stage programme for those seeking
to become an apprentice electrician, the
Certificate in Electrical Engineering Theory
(Level 4), will provide skills in a range of
electrical equipment.
Do you want to take your building career
even further? The carpentry programme is
an NZQA-accredited programme that will
allow you to fulfil the requirements for the
National Certificate in Carpentry (Level 4).
Our flexible learning options include practical
tutorials, workshop instruction and regular
on-site assessment by WelTec carpentry
tutors. You will be guided through the theory
requirements with part-time study offered
in the evenings, and put the theory into
practice on the building site, supported by our
teaching staff.
Students will use work experience to
reinforce learning and skills developed in the
programme.
The Certificate in Electrical Engineering
Theory (Level 4) is offered as a series of
evening classes and block courses over three
years. It includes four hours study per week
(taught over two evenings) and a one or two
week block course.
Certificate in Electrical
Engineering
Certificate in
Landscape Construction
Start: March 2015
Level 3
Length: 34 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
Level 4
Start: March 2015
Length: 17 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
Start your Electrical Trades career with
WelTec’s Certificate in Electrical Engineering.
This will be your first step towards gaining
an electrical qualification and entering the
electrical industry. You will learn the hands-on
practical skills and theory that an electrician
needs in their daily work.
The Certificate in Landscape Construction
will provide students with the knowledge and
skills to enter into the landscape construction
industry.
This programme will provide you with broad
based training in all aspects of the industry
and includes a large practical component with
at least eight hours of work experience per
week. Work experience can help you find paid
work as an electrical apprentice or in retail
sales work. This certificate incorporates the
National Certificate in Electrical Engineering
(Level 2).
You will learn best industry practice from our
skilled tutors in constructing various hard
surface landscape features, and how to best
advise clients on their regulatory obligations.
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Creative Technologies
Want to create something that’s your own? Something different.
Something unique. Something you. Build your skills in creative
practice and creative thinking.
You’ll have the freedom to express yourself.
You’ll blend creativity with technology. And
you’ll deepen your understanding of art and
design.
Learning is hands-on and practical. You’ll use
the latest digital design software, 3D printers,
laser cutters, film cameras and more. Our
tutors will guide you and help you forge your
own path.
Our CBD campus also benefits from being
right in Wellington’s creative heart – with art
galleries, design studios, the film industry
and a growing number of innovative digital
companies. You’ll learn from local artists,
designers and creators and be inspired.
Cadetships available*
Successful applicants studying towards
a diploma or degree may gain work
experience in a relevant industry and
may receive part-time or holiday work.
A range of courses
Animation
Kickstart your creative practice with a
certificate course. Or go deeper with
a diploma or our Bachelor of Creative
Technologies degree. You can try a range
of skills and then choose the things you
like most. Digital media, or pick a mix of
techniques.
Game design. Multimedia. Develop your
own characters in 3D using the latest
software.
End of year exhibition
Every year, our third year students from
the Bachelor of Creative Technologies
programme showcase their work.
For more details check out
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Digital film and television
Scriptwriting. Storyboarding. Acting.
Directing. Filming. Postproduction. You’ll
use film equipment, editing software and
your ideas to create something real.
Photography
Master the art of photography and
techniques in framing, lighting, focus
and postproduction.
Graphic design (Print)
Explore the world of graphic design.
Use design software. Study colour theory.
Understand modern print processes.
Contact us on 0800 935 832
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Certificate in Creative
Technologies
Bachelor of Creative
Technologies
Start: March 2015
Level 4
Length: 17 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Church Street
Start: March 2015
Level 7
Length: 3 years (Full-time)
Campus: Church Street
This programme will build on fundamental
principles common across the Creative
Technologies disciplines. You’ll gain essential
theory and practical experience in specialist
techniques in areas including Contextual
Studies, 2D Skills and Technologies, 3D Skills
and Technologies and Studio Practice.
The journey to becoming an artist, designer or
digital media specialist is not a prescribed one –
rather it is a career path with a myriad of diverse
experiences and possibilities. Our degree has been
designed to prepare you for the opportunities of
a rapidly evolving landscape of art, design and
digital media.
Diploma in Creative
Technologies
The Bachelor of Creative Technologies (BCT)
has a strong focus on building interdisciplinary
understanding. Learning is tailored to mirror
industry, with practical learning components, group
workshops, collaborative projects and portfoliobased assessments.
Start: March 2015
Level 6
Length: 2 years (Full-time)
Campus: Church Street
This programme will provide you with
opportunities to participate in cross-disciplinary
practices from visual arts to motion graphics
and information technology. In Year 1 and 2
you will be required to take a combination of
compulsory course and elective courses.
Graduate Diploma
Creative Technologies
Start: March 2015
Level 7
Length: 34 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Church Street
The Graduate Diploma in Creative Technologies
provides an opportunity for potential students
to explore the creative industry with a view
to entry into the creative workforce. The
programme has a large practical component,
including collaborative practice and direct
industry-relevant projects.
Available majors*
No Major: Design your degree
Customise your degree and choose the subjects
that most interest you.
Digital media
Digital media is a dynamic and exciting industry
with the ability to transfer between domestic
and commercial contexts, with a variety of everchanging online and mobile devices. The rapidly
accelerating presence of changing technologies
in our lives has inspired a new wave of designers,
making it an exciting time to join the industry.
WelTec’s digital media programme includes both
graphic and traditional technologies. Graphics
follows the evolution of static, two dimensional
print media into an expanded range of visual
communication via multimedia and interactive
applications.
Digital media explores the range of communication
– from simple television advertisements to
complex multi-platform marketing packages,
from short-films to abstract animations. Within
the Digital Media major, you are able to choose
a specialist area of focus from Print, Animation,
Digital Film and Television and Photography.
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COMMUNITY AND VOCATIONAL LEARNING SKILLS
Community and Vocational
Learning Skills
During your studies you’ll gain important life skills. Learn about how to prepare for
employment, find out practical tips you need to know about living independently
and how to communicate effectively and participate in a team work.
Student Support Centre
At WelTec we pride ourselves on offering
students a supportive learning environment.
We offer small class sizes, friendly
approachable tutors and an interactive
learning environment.
Our Learning Commons is a library where
students are invited to relax while they study.
The Learning Commons includes computers
labs and student meeting rooms, in addition
to a wide variety of books, journals, DVDs
and other electronic resources.
Learning Support Centre
Situated within the Learning Commons the
friendly team at the Learning Support Centre
provide all students with free academic
support and encouragement.
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Certificate in
Community
and Vocational
Learning Skills
Start: March 2015
Level 1
Length: 34 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
WelTec’s Certificate in Community and
Vocational Learning Skills (also known as
CVLS) is a work skills based programme for
people who have a long-term illness, injury or
disability and require targeted assistance to
maximise their potential. Individually focussed,
it provides graduates with the skills, confidence
and practical work experience to gain
meaningful employment.
For complete programme code, course descriptions and entry requirements please refer to www.weltec.ac.nz/cvls
Certificate in
Vocational Skills
Start: March 2015
Level 1
Length: 34 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
WelTec’s Certificate in Vocational Skills with
an Independent Living option is the next
step for people with learning disabilities who
have successfully completed Certificate in
Community and Vocational Learning Skills
(Level 1).
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ENGINEERING
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Engineering
Our students like our engineering courses because they offer a good combination
of theory and practical work. We work with engineering companies to put
together our courses so you’ll learn the very things you need to know on the job.
Engineering skills are in high demand right
now. What you learn here will cement your
career for years to come.
One of the great things about engineering
at WelTec is you can get the right skills to
get you straight in to the workforce. You
can achieve a Bachelor of Engineering
Technology Degree (BEngTech) in three
years or a New Zealand Diploma in
Engineering (NZDE) or a National Diploma
in Architectural Technology, Construction
Management or Quantity Surveying in
two years.
Who you learn from is also important. Our
students find their tutors to be incredibly
supportive as well as knowledgeable. Our
tutors know why something is done a
particular way, the reasons for it and the
physics behind it. You’ll benefit from all that
real-world knowledge.
Engineering Technology
Keen to become an engineer? Our tutors
will develop your knowledge and practical
skills so you can design and put in place
different types of engineering technology.
In just three years, you’ll gain a Bachelor
of Engineering Technology degree and
you can major in one of three areas – Civil,
Mechanical or Electrical.
Civil Engineering
Architectural Technology
Civil engineers are the engineers we usually
think of – the ones designing and building
bridges, roads, water management systems
and other infrastructure. You can study Civil
engineering as a two-year diploma or for the
three-year degree. It’s hands-on and while
you’re at WelTec, you’ll have the opportunity
to get involved with industry to gain
real-world experience.
Like the idea of working as an architectural
technician or draughtsperson? You’ll get the
skills to design and produce construction
drawings for a building site. As well as
developing your technical drawing skills
using computer-aided design (CAD)
software, you’ll understand architecture,
building methods, materials, and the building
code.
Mechanical Engineering
Quantity Surveying and
Construction Management
Interested in how things work? Mechanical
engineers design, manufacture and maintain
mechanical systems from every day items
to medical technology. You’ll learn in
facilities like our mechatronics production
and automation lab where your tutors will
show you how to use various design and
manufacturing tools so you’re ready for the
workforce.
Electrical Engineering
Learn how to install, test, repair and modify
advanced electrical and electronic equipment
and systems. Your tutors not only have
immense industry experience but they’ve
got close links to industry so the skills you’re
learning are exactly what’s needed.
Learn how to estimate building costs
and how to tender for contracts. Or
do construction planning and project
management. You might even decide to
study both to really boost your skills.
Post Graduate Diplomas*
In 2015 we are starting two new
post graduate diploma programmes:
Mechatronics, and Water and Waste.
Cadetships available**
Successful applicants studying towards
a diploma or degree may gain work
experience in a relevant industry and
may receive part-time or holiday work.
Contact us on 0800 935 832
**Subject to industry participation
* This programme is under development and subject to NZQA approval.
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ENGINEERING
Bachelor of Engineering
Technology
New Zealand Diploma
in Engineering
Start: February,
Level 7
July 2015
Length: 3 years (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
Start: February,
Level 6
July 2015
Length: 2 years (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
The Bachelor of Engineering Technology
is an nationally-led qualification offered in
collaboration with five other Institutes of
Technology throughout New Zealand and
forms the basis for a career as an Engineering
Technologist – an area in huge demand across
the country and around the world.
The aim of the New Zealand Diploma in
Engineering is to provide skilled and competent
engineering technicians who: apply engineering
theory to practice, and competently perform
technical operations to the standards, ethical
and professional responsibilities required by
the engineering profession; have a knowledge
sufficient to permit informed, rational decision
making in a specialist field of engineering
and to implement these decisions; will work
collaboratively with construction workers,
clients, authorities, agencies, industry and other
professionals to provide a comprehensive
engineering service in the relevant specialist
area; and have an understanding of all cultures
and in particular an awareness and clear
understanding of the tangata whenua and the
implications of the Treaty of Waitangi and the
Resource Management Act.
Our engineers apply current and emerging
technologies, often in new contexts, or apply
established principles in the development of
new practice. It is an area that suits students
who are looking to combine both the
engineering theory aspect of a career with the
applied and practical component.
It is expected that graduates will attain the
educational underpinnings and work ready
attributes defined in the IPENZ Graduate
Profile for Engineering Technicians. The
graduate profile defined by IPENZ is
benchmarked internationally to the exemplar
graduate attributes for graduates of technician
education programmes recognised under the
Dublin Accord.
Available majors**
Civil Engineering
Civil Engineers work in the design,
construction and maintenance of the
natural and physically built environment.
Electrical Engineering
Electrical Engineers deal with the study and
application of electricity, electronics and
electromagnetism.
Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical Engineers are involved in the
design, manufacturing and maintenance of
mechanical systems.
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National Diploma in
Architectural
Technology
Start: March 2015
Level 6
Length: 2 years (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
Make your plans a reality with a National
Diploma in Architectural Technology.
At WelTec, you’ll develop your technical
drawing skills using architectural computeraided design (CAD) software, and build a
comprehensive knowledge of architecture,
building methods and materials and building
code requirements. This qualification meets
the academic requirements of the New
Zealand Institute of Building and provides
entry as an associate member to the Design
Association of New Zealand.
National Diploma in
Quantity Surveying
Start: March 2015
Level 6
Length: 2 years (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
Count on a qualification which measures up.
Learn about quantifying projects, estimating
building costs and materials, and tendering and
administering contracts.
This qualification meets the academic
requirements of the New Zealand Institute
of Building and provides entry as an affiliate
member to the New Zealand Institute of
Quantity Surveyors.
For complete programme code, course descriptions and entry requirements please refer to www.weltec.ac.nz/engineering
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Start: March 2015
Level 6
Length: 2 years (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
Start: February,
Level 3 and 4
July 2015
Length: 17 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
Start: March 2015
Level 3
Length: 5 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
Take charge of your career with a National
Diploma in Construction Management and
gain a knowledge base essential to building
a career in this dynamic industry. At WelTec,
you’ll develop an understanding of construction
planning and project management within the
construction industry. This qualification also
meets the academic requirements of the New
Zealand Institute of Clerks of Works and the
New Zealand Institute of Building.
National Certificate in
Construction Trades
(Supervisor)
Start: March 2015
Level 4
Length: 1 year (Part-time)
Campus: Petone
The National Certificate in Construction Trades
(Supervisor) (Level 4) is designed to recognise
the skills and knowledge required to be a
supervisor in the construction industry. This
qualification is for people already working as
a construction supervisor, or for people who
want to move into the role. The compulsory
section includes standards which cover skills
and knowledge essential for construction
supervision.
* This programme is under development and subject to NZQA approval.
** Subject to approval
Engineers play a key role in designing our
environment. The demand for qualified
engineers both here and overseas has never
been so great. The opportunities for someone
wishing to follow a career in engineering are
diverse and rewarding. At WelTec you can
embark on a journey to find the engineering
career that’s right for you.
WelTec’s engineering foundation programmes
are designed for those wanting to pursue study
in engineering at level 5 or higher, and needing
to build foundation skills. If your aim is to
prepare for an engineering Diploma or Degree
and go on to enjoy a satisfying engineering
career, these programmes will help you.
WelTec’s Certificates in Foundation Studies
(Engineering) (Level 3 and 4) provide students
with knowledge of mathematics, physics,
algebra, calculus and engineering principles in
a practical engineering setting. Students may
have the opportunity to study set papers from
the NZ Diploma in Engineering (NZDE) or the
Bachelor of Engineering Technology (BEng
Tech). Successful completion of the foundation
programme will allow entry into the NZDE or
BEng Tech with the opportunity to cross credit
any courses that have been completed from
those programmes.
Boost your mathematical skills and concepts
to further your understanding of numbers,
measurement, trigonometry and algebra.
Learn to solve problems relevant to
engineering environment.
Engineering
Mathematics
(Intermediate)
Start: March 2015
Level 4
Length: 5 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
Get a head start and complete this New
Zealand Diploma in Engineering maths course
over summer. Further your understanding of
engineering mathematics by learning the rules,
formulae, functions, concepts and analysis
required in the engineering field.
Engineering
Mathematics
(Advanced)
Start: March 2015
Level 5
Length: 5 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
Get a head start and complete this Bachelor
of Engineering Technology maths course over
summer. Equip yourself with the engineering
mathematics skills to solve contextualised
engineering problems at a higher level.
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ENGINEERING TRADES
Engineering Trades
Our students love working in our workshops, getting hands-on with cars
and machinery. If you’ve always enjoyed taking things apart, finding out how
something works, fixing things or building something new, our engineering
trades will set you up for a rewarding career.
Whether you are manufacturing products or
working with heavy vehicles, our programmes
are designed to give you the knowledge and
practical experience that employers need.
You’ll understand the why and you’ll then
spend time in the workshop going over the
how so that you’ll then be able to apply your
new skills in future jobs.
Our students say they benefit from our
experienced tutors who take you through
each skill step-by-step. You’ll learn to work
on specialist machines and simulation
equipment – all in our purpose-built facilities
– and you’ll have opportunities to gain
work experience to apply what you’ve been
learning.
There’s high demand for both mechanical
and automotive engineers so being
motivated and gaining skills in these areas
will start you along your future career path.
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Mechancial Engineering
and Fabrication
Want a future in mechanical engineering,
welding, fabrication or machining? There’s
a high demand for mechanical engineers
in New Zealand and overseas. You’ll learn
design, production and how to operate
machinery. Our tutors will help you develop
your knowledge and skills in how to use
different materials such as metals and
plastics, how to use specialised computer
systems and in actually producing
something real.
Automotive Technology
Love cars, trucks and other vehicles?
This is for you. You’ve got options to work
with light or heavy vehicles, in paint or panel,
or in electrical electronics. Our programmes
are taught in automotive workshops and our
lab. You’ll use the latest equipment and you’ll
work on a wide range of vehicles.
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ENGINEERING TRADES
NCEA Vocational
Pathway endorsement
in Manufacturing and
Technology
Certificate in Motor
Body Trades (with
strands in Collision
Repair or Refinishing)
Start: July 2015
Level 2
Length: 17 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
Start: March 2015
Level 3
Length: 1 year (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
Are you interested in automotive, motor
body, electrical or engineering trades? This
programme provide you with introductory
skills and knowledge. Hands-on learning
where you get to work with engineering
materials, equipment and tools. You will learn
safety, industry technical terms, engineering
and electrical principles, welding and get to
complete motor body repair tasks. Completion
of this programme will mean that you have
met the requirements for NCEA Level 2 with a
Vocational Pathway endorsement.
Designed to prepare you for employment as
an apprentice collision repairer or refinisher,
the Certificate in Motor Body Trades (Level 3)
will provide you with foundation spray-painting
and collision repair skills to start your career.
Cadetships available*
Successful applicants studying towards
a diploma or degree may gain work
experience in a relevant industry and
may receive part-time or holiday work.
Contact us on 0800 935 832
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As a part of this certificate you will be required
to seek and complete a small work experience
component.
National Certificate in
Mechanical Engineering
(Machining)
Start: March 2015
Level 4
Length: 3 years (Part-time)
Campus: Petone
This course builds on the skills gained in
Certificate in Engineering (Level 3). You will be
able to carry out a range of engineering tasks
related to their chosen strand.
You must be employed in a trade related
mechanical workshop, while attending night
classes and block throughtout the year.
Certificate in
Engineering
National Certificate in
Engineering - Fabrication
Start: March 2015
Level 3
Length: 1 year (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
Start: March 2015
Level 4
Length: 3 years (Part-time)
Campus: Petone
This certificate is designed for those
interested in pursuing a career in mechanical
engineering. Gain skills that will allow you to
build, maintain or operate equipment and
plants used in the mechanical engineering
industry. On completion, you will be able
to perform a wide variety of mechanical
engineering-related tasks relevant to trades,
including maintenance fitting, fitting/turning,
welding, sheet metal working, structural
fabrication and toolmaking.
This course builds on the skills gained in
Certificate in Engineering (Level 3). You will
be able to carry out a range of welding and
fabrication tasks related to their chosen strand.
You must be employed in a trade related
mechanical workshop, while attending night
classes and block throughtout the year.
For complete programme code, course descriptions and entry requirements please refer to www.weltec.ac.nz/engtrades
Certificate in
Automotive Technology
Start: February, March
Level 3/4
or July 2015
Length: 2 years (Full-time) plus
1 year (Part-time) (Level 4)
Campus: Petone
The Certificate in Automotive Technology
offers a common first year with the option of
specialising in your second year with strands
in Light Vehicle, Electrical and Electronics or
Heavy Vehicle. Your third year (Part-time)
will require you to be working within your
automotive trade area while attending night
classes and block courses.
With significant skill shortages for skilled
automotive engineers in New Zealand, we
offer a range of specialisations so that you
can study towards a specific career path.
Available strands (For year 2 and 3)
Strand: Light Vehicle
The Certificate in Automotive Technology
(Light) will provide you with the right mix of
skills required to pursue a career in the industry.
Strand: Electrical and Electronics
Designed for those interested in the electrical or
electronics field within the automotive industry,
this programme includes fundamentals in
diagnosis and repair of electronic/electrical
control systems on vehicles
Strand: Heavy Vehicle
Designed for those interested in a career as
a diesel mechanic, you will gain expertise
working on a wide range of heavy vehicles
including trucks, buses, earth-moving
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EXERCISE SCIENCE
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Exercise Science
Like keeping fit and healthy? Keen to help others do the same? Our students
like studying what they love doing. Learning from people that know what
they’re talking about. Who have done what they are teaching you and gaining
experience in top notch facilities.
You’ll learn all about exercise, anatomy,
training advice, nutrition and personal
training tips. As well as the business skills to
work in health and fitness, an incredibly fastgrowing industry.
Our students really enjoy getting into the
gym and putting into practice what they have
learnt. Our gym has plenty of gear. A large
and well-equipped weights room. A space for
cardio with treadmills, cross trainers, bikes
and rowers. A dedicated
room for fitness testing.
You will work with real clients and what you
learn is actually what you’ll do on the job.
Whether you want to work as a personal
trainer, in gym management, in sports or in
nutrition and health, you’ll get the skills and
knowledge you need.
You will get a qualification that’s recognised
and respected. We work alongside the
industry to make sure the course gives you
the best start. And you’ll do work experience
to put your skills into practice.
Certificate in Exercise
Science
Diploma in Exercise
Science
Start: March 2015
Level 5
Length: 34 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
Start: March 2015
Level 6
Length: 34 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
This industry renowned programme is
designed to equip you with the confidence,
knowledge and skills to work in the sports
and fitness industry. On completion of the
Certificate in Exercise Science (Level 5) you will
be eligible to apply to the Register of Exercise
Professionals (REPs). REPs is also recognised
by the International Confederation of Register
for Exercise Professionals (ICREPs).
Get ahead with the Diploma in Exercise Science
(Level 6), a qualification well recognised and
respected within the industry. The programme
includes strong components of both theory
and applied learning. Work with real clients
in WelTec’s very own Dynamics Gym. On
completion of the Diploma in Exercise Science
(Level 6) you are eligible to apply to the
Register of Exercise Professionals (REPs). REPs
is recognised by the International Confederation
of Register for Exercise Professionals (ICREPs).
WelTec’s Dynamics Gym
and fitness studio
Gain industry-relevant skills with classes
in our custom-designed gym and fitness
studio at our Petone campus. You will have
access to our gym throughout your studies
including a range of strength training
equipment, machines, free weights and
cardio equipment.
For complete programme code, course descriptions and entry requirements please refer to www.weltec.ac.nz/exercise
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FUNERAL SERVICES
Funeral Services
WelTec is the national provider of funeral service training in New Zealand.
We supply the funeral industry with fundamental theory and technical skills
in embalming and funeral directing.
Professionalism to suit
Our funeral services programmes will allow
you to learn our industry’s guiding principles
and relevant technical skills. It will give you
the confidence to provide a professional
standard of practice to your clients.
Training that’s in touch
Our close links with industry ensure your
learning is current and relevant to the real
working environment. WelTec’s funeral
programmes are regularly reviewed by
industry, to ensure you get the right set of
skills you need to take your career to the
next level.
NZQA qualification
By studying with WelTec you will gain
a NZQA qualification that is recognised
nationwide.
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New Zealand Diploma in
Funeral Directing
New Zealand Diploma
in Embalming
Start: Block one: 13 April - 24 April 2015
Block two: 20 July - 31 July 2015
Block three: 19 October - 31 October 2015
Length: 34 weeks
Level 5
Campus: Wellington CBD
Start: Block one: 2 March - 10 April 2015
Block two: 7 September - 18 October 2015
Length: 34 weeks
Level 5
Campus: Wellington CBD
Designed to provide participants with an indepth knowledge of the procedures required
to successfully arrange, deliver and direct a
funeral, as well as the administrative tasks
related to a funeral.
Due to the sensitive nature of the industry, an
emphasis is placed on behavioural science,
including the psychological, social and cultural
behaviour related to death and dying and the
interpersonal skills required when dealing with
the bereaved.
For complete programme code, course descriptions and entry requirements please refer to www.weltec.ac.nz/funeral
The programme places an emphasis on
the theory and practice of embalming and
the art of restoring the human body to its
usual appearance. Along with the study of
embalming, students will complete modules
in specialist subjects including anatomy,
physiology, pathology, microbiology and
chemistry.
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HAIRDRESSING, BEAUTY THERAPY AND MAKE-UP ARTISTRY
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Hairdressing, Beauty Therapy,
Make-up Artistry
Keen to be a hairdresser or stylist? Love making people’s beauty shine?
Want to do make-up for fashion shoots or for special effects for the film industry?
Our students enjoy exposure and access to industry that’s second-to-none.
You’ll get experience in our fully-equipped
hairdressing and beauty therapy clinic – it’s
open to the public so you’ll work with actual
customers. You’ll do work experience in the
industry. You’ll have the chance to take part
in industry competitions and show your
creativity.
Most amazing of all, you may get to do
hair and make-up backstage at the World
of WearableArt Awards Show, an event
WelTec partners with each year. There’s also
the opportunity to work on fashion shows
such as Wellington Fashion Week, and for
theatrical productions and musicals.
All these opportunities make sure that what
you’re learning is relevant and real.
You will learn from the best. Your tutors are
knowledgeable and experienced. They’ve
worked in New Zealand and overseas and
they bring that experience into the classroom
where you’ll develop your skills.
Hairdressing
Make-up Artistry
Start your career in hairdressing. You will
learn essential hairdressing and make-up
skills, as well as communication and customer
service skills – all the things that make an
excellent hairdresser. Styling. Colouring.
Cutting. WelTec has courses at different
levels and you’ll work with real clients in our
professional salons.
Whether it’s in pharmacies, at cosmetic
counters or in the fashion or film industries,
the skills you gain in make-up and
hairstyling will make the person you’re
working with glow. You’ll get specialist
skills too – make-up and hairstyling for the
catwalk and tips and tricks for character and
period make-up and styling. Or really take
your skills further and study special effects
make-up for film and TV.
Beauty Therapy
Make-up. Waxing. Facials. Skincare. Anatomy.
Manicures. Pedicures. Eyebrows. You’ll learn
a range of beauty techniques in the one-year
certificate or the first year of the diploma. If
you go on, you’ll learn all about anatomy and
body therapy such as body scrubs, masks
and other treatments. You’ll also learn the
basic business skills to work in a clinic or
salon, at a spa retreat or on a cruise ship.
Glamorous events
Get to participate in a high profile
exhibition. We are part of the World of
Wearable Art Awards Show, working
backstage to provide hair and make-up
services during this phenomenal event.
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Certificate in
Hairdressing
and Beauty Services
Start: March 2015
Level 3
Length: 34 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Wellington
You will develop a solid foundation in the
skills required to work in a salon support role,
including elementary hairdressing and makeup services, as well as professional customer
service skills.
You will advance your technical and artistic
skills and build a portfolio of work as you learn
about styling, colouring and cutting. Under
the guidance of our hairdressing tutors you’ll
work on real clients in our salons. You may
experience, the World of Wearable Arts, and
participate in hairdressing competitions. This
programme will provide you with credit for
the first year of a hairdressing apprenticeship
or entry to further study on the Certificate in
Hairdressing (Level 3) programme.
Certificate in
Hairdressing
Start: March 2015
Level 3
Length: 34 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Wellington
This is the equivalent of the second year of
an apprenticeship, you will gain more complex
skills including styling, colour techniques, and
develop your communication and customer
service skills to enhance the consultation
process.
In WelTec’s Salon CentreStage you will work
with clients at a more advanced level of
cutting, colouring and styling. You will also
have the opportunity to gain work experience
and to sharpen your competitive edge with
hairdressing and photographic competitions.
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Certificate in Fashion
Make-up Artistry
Certificate in Beautician
Services
Start: March 2015
Level 3
Length: 17 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Wellington
Start: March 2015
Level 4
Length: 34 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Wellington
Gain an introduction to the make-up artistry
industry. You will develop the skills and
knowledge required to gain employment as
a Make-up Artistry Consultant in pharmacies,
cosmetic counters, make-up houses and
television, or to perform editorial and
photographic make-up and hairstyling.
Hairstyling is a large component of this
programme.
Certificate in Special
Effects and Make-up
Artistry
Start: March and
Level 3
July 2015
Length: 17 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Wellington
Develop a wide range of skills to prepare
yourself for employment in the film and
television industry. You will gain the skills and
knowledge required to perform advanced
make-up and hairstyling, special effects,
elementary wig and prosthetic applications,
facial trimming, and an introduction to body
painting.
For complete programme code, course descriptions and entry requirements please refer to www.weltec.ac.nz/beauty
This Certificate includes the City &
Guilds Diploma in Beauty Therapy
Designed for those interested in pursuing
a career as a beautician, this qualification
incorporates a City & Guilds Diploma, which
is recognised in over 140 countries around
the world.
Students enrolled in the Certificate in
Beautician Services (Level 4) may progress
onto the Diploma in Beauty Therapy (Level 5)
upon completion of this programme or can exit
at Beautician level after one year.
Diploma in Beauty
Therapy
Level 5
Start: March 2015
Length: 2 years (Full-time)
Campus: Wellington
Includes the opportunity to
complete CIDESCO, International
Diploma and City & Guilds Diploma
Designed for those interested in pursuing a
career as a beauty therapist, this qualification
incorporates a City & Guilds and CIDESCO
diploma, which are recognised in over 140
countries around the world.
Students enrolled on the Diploma and City &
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can exit at Beautician level after one year.
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HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM
Hospitality and Tourism
Our students relish the fact that their courses are practical, hands-on and real.
You’ll work in a production kitchen and restaurant serving the public, you’ll help
manage an actual event, you’ll visit tourist attractions around the country.
You will see our industry in action.
Students here say the tutors at WelTec are
some of the best in the country. Whether
they’re explaining how something works
in the tourism industry or giving you their
own tips on preparing a particular recipe,
you’ll benefit from the years of real-world
experience they offer.
And Wellington’s definitely the place to
study. You’ll be in the heart of things at
our Cuba St campus. Just up the road from
the city’s biggest venues, close to tourist
attractions like Te Papa and right amongst
the city’s bars and restaurants.
Learn practically in our modern facilities
with state-of-the-art equipment and gear.
Experience the environment that has
produced so many award-winning chefs.
Tourism
Do you love travel,? Enjoy hearing people’s
amazing stories? Learn from industry
professionals. See up-close how New
Zealand tourist attractions work. Get ready
to be part of this exciting industry. You’ll
learn a variety of skills in areas such as
marketing, destinations, customer service
and travel planning.
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Food and Beverage
Hospitality Management
Like seeing a customer smile? Learn to
prepare and serve food and beverages
so you can work as front of house, waiter,
barista or bartender. Get practical training
in our purpose-built restaurant that’s open
to the public, or refine your skills in our
Latte lab.
Like everything running smoothly? You’ll
learn the management skills required, to
run hotels, restaurants, tourist attractions,
accommodation to gain experience in New
Zealand or overseas. Check out Bachelor
of Applied Management - (Hospitality
management major).
Cookery
Event Management
Do you have a passion for cooking, want
to be a chef? You’ll learn from highlyexperienced chefs in a real kitchen
environment. Practical training that will set
you up for your career. You’ll get all the
grounding, cover a broad range of cooking
from all around the world. Which will open
up many opportunities for you. These
include participating in competitions or
specialising in patisserie.
Keen to plan, organise and pull off major
events? Gain hands-on experience in the
industry and by working on actual events.
If you already have some event
management experience, this is your chance
to take your skills further. Or if you’ve
already got a degree in something else, this
will help you get your foot in the door of the
exciting events’ industry.
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HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM
New Zealand Certificate
in Hospitality
New Zealand Certificate
in Cookery
New Zealand Certificate
Tourism and Travel
Start: March 2015 or July 2015
Length: 12 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
Level 4
Start: February, July
and November 2015
Length: 34 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Cuba Street, Wellington CBD
Start: March and
Level 3
July 2015
Length: 17 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Church Street, Wellington CBD
This programme combines theory with handson experience, this is your entree into the
world of culinary arts. It is taught by our highly
skilled and regarded lecturers, you will learn to
master the techniques of food preparation and
basic cooking skills through to more advanced
methods.
This programme is suited to anyone wanting
to start work in the field of tourism. You will
gain the foundation skills necessary for entry
into this industry, both in New Zealand and
overseas. Get hands-on experience with a class
field trip and many local visitor attractions.
Reception and Portering
Certificate in Patisserie
Start: March and or July 2015
Level 3
Length: 17 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Cuba Street, Wellington CBD
Start: February and
Level 4
July 2015
Length: 21 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Cuba Street, Wellington CBD
New Zealand Certificate
Tourism and Travel
Level 2
This foundation programme will give you the
skills and knowledge to work in a variety of
entry level positions. Or you may decide to
carry on studying and, further develop your
hospitality skills.
New Zealand Certificate
in Accommodation
Services with strands in
Develop the professional reception,
administration and customer service skills
which will open the door to successful
employment in hotels in New Zealand and
overseas. WelTec’s highly qualified and
experienced lecturers will support you in
gaining the best possible practical and
technical knowledge available in all aspects of
hotel reception and portering services..
New Zealand Certificate
in Food and Beverage
with strands in Restaurant
Service and Barista
Start: March and or July 2015
Level 3
Length: 17 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Cuba Street, Wellington CBD
In this programme, our specialist lecturers will
equip you with the core front-of-house skills
needed to begin working as a professional
waiter, barista or bartender. You will be able to
gain experience working in our purpose built
central-city training restaurant.
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Pursue a career as a specialist patisserie chef
or add to your existing cooking expertise. This
innovative and exciting programme is designed
with a specialist focus to suit your needs
and will enable you to gain an internationally
recognised patisserie qualification.
Start: July 2015
Level 4
Length: 17 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Church Street, Wellington CBD
Following on from Certificate in Tourism (Level
3) this programme focuses on the business
side of tourism. You will continue to enjoy an
invigorating hands-on approach to learning
and be able to take part in a class field trip.
New Zealand Certificate
in Food and Beverage
Service
New Zealand Diploma
in Tourism and Travel
Start: July 2015
Level 4
Length: 17 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Cuba Street, Wellington CBD
Start: March 2015
Level 5
Length: 34 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Church Street, Wellington CBD
This professionally orientated programme is
designed for those interested in expanding
their restaurant service skills further. The
Certificate in Food and Beverage Service
(Level 4) builds on the knowledge and skills
already gained in the Level 3 programme, while
introducing you to supervisory roles.
Interested in a career in the diverse and rewarding
world of tourism? This programme allows you
to grow your existing knowledge of tourism and
hospitality. Learn about current business practice.
Enhance your career prospects.
For complete programme code, course descriptions and entry requirements please refer to www.weltec.ac.nz/hospitality
Graduate Diploma in
Event Management
Start: March and
Level 7
July 2015
Length: 34 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Church Street, Wellington CBD
The event management professional must
possess advanced knowledge and a specialised
combination of skills and techniques in
order to succeed in this diverse industry. Our
programme is designed for those with event
management experience or a minimum of a
bachelor qualification from another area.
WelTec’s experienced and highly qualified
tutors will help you to develop your skills,
or extend your existing knowledge, in the
planning, organising and implementing
of a variety of major events. You will learn
how to conceptualise, develop, plan and
organise events and will manage everything
from logistics to sponsorship and writing a
marketing plan.
Our programme incorporates an industry
practicum as a major component. You will have
the opportunity to observe and gain hands
on experience in actual event management.
The practicum allows you to observe business
practices and integrate both practical and
theoretical learning. You will complete a
reflective review identifying your findings and
recommendations for the organisation.
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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
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Information Technology
Our students enjoy getting to grips with IT. Developing analytic and critical
thinking skills. Solving problems. Developing solutions in real environments.
IT courses at WelTec are focused on the practical, applied aspects.
The exact aspects that businesses are looking for.
The majority of your learning takes place in
computer labs, where you will use specialised
facilities such as virtual machines, servers or
our hardware lab with repair, maintenance
and test facilities.
Our tutors are passionate about computers
and technology. They’ll bring out the best in
you, develop your problem-solving skills and
then help put you in touch with employers.
IT skills are very much in demand and the
industry continues to grow at a significant
pace. Businesses out there are always looking
for skilled graduates and we work with those
very companies to make sure our courses
deliver what you need to work in the industry.
Information Technology
You can either complete a one-year graduate
diploma or the three-year bachelor’s degree.
You’ll get a solid grounding in IT, plus you’ll
take your skills further in particular areas
such as software engineering, programming,
systems planning or information security.
The Bachelor of Information Technology
is a degree focused on applied IT – the
practical side of things. If you’ve always
loved working with computers, this could
be for you. Our students have the choice
of specialising in networking, programming,
software engineering or information
assurance and security.
Network Administration
Computer networks are a vital part of any
business – they keep employees connected
to each other and businesses to their
customers. Up-skill in Microsoft network
administration and you’ll get practical
know-how and a qualification that’s
recognised by industry.
Web Technologies
Computer Servicing
A hands-on course that’s not just about
hardware. Sure, you’ll do things like take
a computer completely apart and put it
back together again, but you’ll also learn
networking, programming, help desk work
and how to troubleshoot problems. All that
more complex stuff you don’t normally deal
with on a day-to-day basis.
A whole range of courses
You can also study courses in particular
areas of IT:
>Computing
> Software testing
> Information assurance and security
Want to work on websites? Learn how to
design, create and maintain a wide range
of website technologies and applications.
You’ll explore websites, intranets, extranets
and more.
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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Certificate in Computing
Start: March and
Level 4
July 2015
Length: 17 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
This introductory 17-week certificate will
provide you with foundation knowledge of
automated office applications by understanding
macros and how to write and control office
applications using the right software. Learn
how to install, configure and maintain the
standard technology required for a personal
computer and grow your understanding of the
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Start: March and
Level 4
July 2015
Length: 34 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
Gain the expertise required to work
successfully in a technical help desk, computer
servicing, and other technical roles within
the IT sector. The Diploma prepares you
for external certification exams to gain
CompTIA qualifications such as: A+; Server+
and/or Network+, as well as the ‘Help
Desk Association’ (HDA) and ITIL industry
certifications.
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For complete programme code, course descriptions and entry requirements please refer to www.weltec.ac.nz/it
Certificate in Web
Technologies
Start: March and
Level 6
July 2015
Length: 34 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
Launch your career into cyberspace with
studies in web technologies. Learn how to
design, create and maintain a wide range of
complex website technologies and applications.
Certificate in Network
Administration
Start: March and
Level 6
July 2015
Length: 34 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
Upgrade your career in Microsoft network
administration with a qualification recognised
by industry. Your studies will enhance your
proficiency in the administration of networks
and gain the skills you need to sit the MCTS
(Microsoft Certified Technical Support)
examinations.
Software Testing
(Foundation)
Start: November 2014** Level 6
and July 2015
Length: 34 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
Enhance your career in IT with a specialist
qualification in Software Testing. This course
will provide you with a fantastic foundation
to enter or progress within the software
testing industry. You will learn sound testing
theory and get ready to sit internationally
recognised certification exams such as ISTQB
(International Software Testing Board) or ISEB
(Information Systems Examination Board).
* This programme is under development and subject to NZQA approval.
** Subject to availability.
Bachelor of Information
Technology
Start: March and
Level 7
July 2015
Length: 3 years (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
Get your degree in applied IT to graduate
work-ready and in-demand. WelTec’s Bachelor
of Information Technology (BIT) includes
majors in Networking, Programming, Software
Engineering and Information Assurance and
Security. This allows you to specialise in the
area of study that best suits your interest.
Available majors***
Graduate Diploma in
Information Assurance
and Security
Start: March and
Level 7
July 2015
Length: 34 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
Upgrade your career in Information Security
and gain a comprehensive understanding of
information security and maintenance. Learn
how to integrate security policy, practices
and technologies into operational structures
and explore the principles of survivability and
information assurance.
No Major: Design your BIT
Customise your degree and choose the subjects that
most interest you. The un-endorsed BIT means you
can select your own courses without choosing a major.
Graduate Diploma in
Information Technology
Networking
Networking specialists are required to meet the need
for an upgrading of broadband services and the
adoption of wireless technologies for commercial and
residential customers.
Start: March and
Level 7
July 2015
Length: 34 weeks (Full-time)
Campus: Petone
Programming
Enter a new world of communication with the
opportunity to become conversant in programming
languages. As the translators of the IT world,
programmers interpret business issues to create IT
solutions using a range of codes or languages.
Take your career to the next level and
undertake additional specialisation in
Information Technology. The graduate diploma
will provide a comprehensive understanding
of specialist areas within IT, which will give you
the right tools to apply your knowledge to an
IT project.
Information Assurance and Security
Security specialists are in high demand within
government, commercial and banking sectors,
who require skilled professionals to future proof
information and network access. This major will
provide you with the ability to analyse and discover
the risks and potential vulnerabilities of business
systems.
Software Engineering
Where information technology meets engineering,
a career in this specialist area will enable you to put
your ideas into action. With the growing adoption of
programming technologies in modern appliances,
toys and other intelligent products, qualified software
engineers are in high demand both here and abroad.
*** Subject to approval
Cadetships available*
Successful applicants studying towards
a diploma or degree may gain work
experience in a relevant industry and
may receive part-time or holiday work.
Contact us on 0800 935 832
*Subject to industry participation
If you are interested in a career in
information technology, Computer
Power Plus offers seven highly regarded
information technology qualifications
ranging from certificate to advanced
diploma level. Intakes are weekly and
students can study either part-time or
full-time.
Computer Power Plus offers a unique
self-directed learning environment that
allows students to take control of their own
learning. You study on campus, following
a personalised schedule agreed to at
enrolment. All the resources you require are
supplied to you and qualified, experienced
instructors are on hand to support you in
working through your qualification.
Over 90% of eligible graduates are placed
into employment. Free job placement
assistance is offered to all students. With
campuses in Wellington, Auckland and
Christchurch, Computer Power Plus is
committed to students achieving real-world
information technology qualifications.
Computer Power Plus is backed by a
partnership between Whitireia New Zealand
Limited and WelTec.
Find out more
www.computerpowerplus.ac.nz
0508 48 48 84
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WELLINGTON TRADES ACADEMY
Wellington Trades Academy
Enjoy learning in a hands-on learning environment. The Wellington Trades Academy
offers you a different and unique education option. We provide training that will
allow you to attain your career goals.
The Wellington Trades Academy works
with Wellington and Wairarapa Secondary
Schools, WelTec and Whitireia together help
you pursue your interests and vocational
pathway in a new, hands-on learning
environment which prepare you for the
work place.
All Wellington Trades Academy programmes
are designed to support you in achieving
NCEA Level 2 with a Vocational Pathway
award. To help you with this you’ll be
working with tutors who have many years’
experience in their specialist trades,
and as educators.
Building Construction
Automotive Technology
(Full-time)
Gain the skills and knowledge you need
to enter into a career in the automotive
industry. You’ll move through a number of
different subject areas as an introduction to
the automotive trade.
Mechanical Engineering
Location
Most programmes are taught at our
Petone campus with the exception of
Community Participation, which is also
taught at our Church Street campus in
the Wellington CBD.
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(Full-time)
This programme includes both engineering
and fabrication options in the National
Certificate in Mechanical Engineering
(Level 2) qualification.
The broad scope of the programme is ideal
if you wish to gain basic engineering skills
and decide which branch of Mechanical
Engineering you wish to work in. Learning is
very much hands on, project based and you
will work in a fully equipped workshop using
the latest engineering equipment.
For complete programme code, course descriptions and entry requirements please refer to www.weltec.ac.nz/wta
You can also check www.whitireia.ac.nz for the Wellington Trade Academy options that Whitireia offers.
(Full-time)
Achieve the knowledge and skills you need
to prepare yourself for work at an entry
level in carpentry and related construction
industries such as bricklaying, paving and
landscaping, painting and decorating,
electrical, plumbing or plastering.
Introductory Animal Care
(Part-time)
Interested in working with animals and their
care? You will learn about animal anatomy
and physiology and how to keep them in
hygienic conditions. Learn to handle and
care for a range of small animals which can
include cage birds, reptiles and amphibians,
rabbits and rodents, ornamental fish, cats
and dogs and even horses.
Community Participation
(Part-time)
Interested in working with the youth, the
aged or people with disabilities or joining an
emergency response organisation?
The programme includes Youth
Development, Health and Wellbeing and
Emergency Responses (including Civil
Defence, Police and the Fire Service.
Working with fitness
(Part-time)
You will learn about working in a fitness
environment, how to work effectively with
a client, as well as developing the skills
and knowledge necessary to manage
client fitness.
In a practical setting you will develop you
knowledge of anatomy, nutrition and the
correct use of gym equipment.
Hospitality
(Full-time)
This is an excellent start to an industry that
has a range of employment opportunities
both in New Zealand and worldwide. You’ll
learn basic culinary skills and methods of
cookery, including international cookery.
You will also learn valuable front-of-house
skills and knowledge such as restaurant
service, barista and up to set up and service
a function.
Hairdressing and
Beauty Services
(Full-time)
This programme is an excellent start to a
rewarding career within the hairdressing
industry. It includes elementary hairdressing
services, professional customer service
and communication skills, and elementary
beauty services focused within the salon
environment.
You’ll also learn the photography skills
required to build your own portfolio, and
gain experience from our public salon.
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health services is
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6,336
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Today
Tomorrow
Work is changing,
education is changing …
We are changing …
Choices are now essential
for students, we get that!
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The Choice Protocol
is WelTec and Whitireia
working together to
give students education
choices that matter.
Our goal is more education choices for
students. Including:
>> More ways to get information
>> More information to help students
choose the best programmes or mix
of programmes
>> Access to a wider range of programmes
>> Different ways to study
>> More campuses to study at
>> More options for further study
>> More connections with employers
We’re making it easier to study with us.
Find out more
www.thechoiceprotocol.co.nz
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Contac t us.
Right here
Petone Campus
11 Kensington Avenue, Petone 5012
Private Bag 39814, Wellington 5045
Telephone: (04) 920 2400
Facsimile: (04) 920 2401
Wellington Hospitality Campus
54 Cuba Street, Wellington CBD 6011
Private Bag 39814, Wellington 5045
Telephone: (04) 920 2400
Facsimile: (04) 920 2401
Wellington Church St Campus
11–17 Church Street (off Boulcott Street),
Wellington CBD 6011
Private Bag 39814, Wellington 5045
Telephone: (04) 920 2400
Facsimile: (04) 931 6959
Auckland Campus
3 Wakefield Street, Level 2, Auckland 1010
P.O.Box 6413, Wellesley St, Auckland 1141
Telephone: (09) 915 8930
Facsimile: (09) 915 8930
0800 WelTec (935 832)
[email protected]
www.weltec.ac.nz
www.facebook.com/WelTec
DISCLAIMER
The information contained in this prospectus describes the courses we intend to
offer. The information is correct at the time of printing (November 2014). Please
note that programmes and courses are subject to change. The most accurate and
up-to-date information is available at www.weltec.ac.nz
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