The purpose of this qualification is to provide the construction and infrastructure sectors with skilled tradespeople who are able to safely and independently fabricate, assemble, install, commission, and maintain mechanical service systems.
Mechanical service systems may include: environmental control systems; air conditioning and heating systems; specialist ventilation and fluid conveyancing systems; non-potable water systems; medical and laboratory gas systems.
This qualification is designed for people working in the industry and will typically be achieved in a workplace environment whilst completing a New Zealand Apprenticeship.
The 'Mechanical Building Services' industry was formerly known as the 'Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning' industry.
This qualification has been developed by leading New Zealand mechanical building service specialists to equip staff with the skills and knowledge to work productively and safely.
With technology and automation rapidly driving change in the mechanical building services sector, this qualification is designed with the future in mind so your people can respond and adapt to change.
Most of the learning is practical work completed on-the-job. Apprentices are also required to complete eLearning via our online learning platform Canvas, and attend block courses for two to three weeks each year.
Speak to your training advisor or account manager for details on programme and resource pricing.
All graduates will be able to: