The New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Civil) (Level 6) aims to provide the engineering profession with skilled and competent Civil Engineering Technicians possessing the skills that will enable them to apply engineering theory to practice, and to competently perform technical operations to the ethical and professional standards required by the engineering profession.
STUDY HIGHLIGHTS SUMMARY
Graduates will be able to:
- apply technical and conceptual knowledge to practical situations
- be confident, critical thinkers with the ability to solve problems within a broad engineering setting
- be effective communicators, with inquiring, flexible, creative and critical attitudes towards contemporary issues and underlying theoretical concepts
- appreciate management and information technology within the context of the qualification
- be aware of social, ethical and environmental issues and be able to work safely and effectively on and off construction sites and engineering workplaces and with people and communities
- be self-reliant and motivated for continuous learning and professional development
- function positively in bi-cultural and multicultural environment in New Zealand workplaces
- be ready to be employed in a relevant engineering environment to work towards the achievement of the New Zealand Diploma in Engineering Practice (NZDEP) and to meet the standard of competence expected of an Engineering Technician.
- Academic Equivalent of New Zealand High School year 12 completion, with good grades in Mathematics OR a relevant tertiary Diploma in Engineering
- English Language: IELTS (academic Test) 6.0 or equivalence. No band less than 5.5
NOTE: Students holding a relevant Engineering qualification may be eligible for Recognition of Prior Learning, reducing the courses required, and total cost of tuition.
|Course Level||Diploma - Level 5, 6 or 7|
|Study Type||Full Time|
|Other Study Costs||$700|