Competenz can provide training plans, support and qualifications – tailored to your business' specific needs.
We work with industry experts to develop nationally recognised qualifications, mapping the skills needed and registering them with the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA). Our team develop training plans to make it easy for you to grow your employee’s skills and productivity.
Once your learner/s are signed into a training plan, you will be assigned a Competenz account manager who will:
As an employer, you need to become familiar with your apprentice’s training programme and targets, and provide them with plenty of opportunities to develop and practise the required skills.
We partner with industry associations and members of your industry to help recruit and build talented employees. This includes promoting careers, identifying potential learners and encouraging work placements.
We also support industry events like conferences, competitions and graduations, and regularly celebrate your learners’ success.
New Zealand Certificate in Mechanical Engineering (Trade) (Level 4) with strands in Fitting and Machining, General Engineering, Machining, Maintenance Engineering and Toolmaking
This qualification has been developed by leading New Zealand mechanical engineers to equip staff with the skills and knowledge to work productively and safely.
With technology and automation rapidly driving change in the engineering 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:
Graduates of the General Engineering strand will also be able to:
Build, maintain and repair a broad range of machinery and equipment using fitting, machining, fabrication, hydraulics, pneumatics and welding skills and knowledge.
You’ll get qualified without a student loan, all while learning practical skills from industry experts. You can put that money towards something else you really want – might be a new car, new tools or a new house.
We help good employers hire apprentices. Check out all the apprenticeship jobs we have available around the country.
We provide training in 37 sectors across New Zealand from engineering, signmaking and printing through to bakery and textile manufacture.