- Fees-FREE | NZ Certificate in Foundation Skills (Automotive and Engineering) [Level 2]
- Fees-FREE | NZ Certificate in Building, Construction and Allied Trades Skills [Level 2]
- NZ Certificate in Outdoor Experiences [Level 3]
- NZ Certificate in Study and Career Preparation (Services Pathway) [Level 3]
- Fees-FREE | NZ Certificate in Construction Trade Skills (Carpentry) [Level 3]
- Fees-FREE | NZ Certificate in Electrical Engineering (Theory) [Level 3]
- Fees-FREE | NZ Certificate in Building, Construction and Allied Trades Skills [Level 3]
- Fees-FREE | NZ Certificate in Mechanical Engineering [Level 3]
- NZ Certificate in Automotive Engineering [Level 3]
- Fees-FREE | NZ Certificate in Construction Trade Skills (Joinery) [Level 3]
- Fees-FREE | NZ Certificate in Infrastructure Works (Plant Operation strand) [Level 3]
- Fees-FREE | NZ Certificate in Plumbing, Gasfitting and Drainlaying (Pre-apprenticeship) [Level 3]
- NZ Certificate in Outdoor and Adventure Education (Multi-skilled) [Level 4]
- NZ Certificate in Light Automotive Engineering [Level 4]
- NZ Certificate in Heavy Automotive Engineering - Road Transport Strand [Level 4]
- NZ Certificate in Carpentry [Level 4]
NZ Certificate in Mechanical Engineering
This hands-on certificate is a balance of theory and practical learning delivered by tutors with vast industry knowledge and experience. You’ll acquire techniques and skills to advance your engineering future in EIT’s state-of-the-art trades’ complex. The areas you’ll learn about include workshop introduction, technical drawing, trade calculations, basic mechanics, core engineering, assembly, basic machining, fabrication and welding.
For more information please contact: Hawke’s Bay: Lynne Turnbull, phone 06 830 1294 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Get into Engineering
Start your career in one of the fastest growing industries in the East Coast Region. Mechanical Engineers are in-demand, well-paid with many possible career opportunities. Possible career pathways are machining, welding, fabrication. Your qualification is recognised both in New Zealand and overseas.
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