National Certificate in Electrical Apparatus in Explosive Atmospheres (Level 4)

  • On demand
  • Level 4
  • 6 Days - scheduled on demand, available New Zealand wide
    New Plymouth - 2 - 6 October 2017
    (more dates to come, please inquire)
  • $2,542 - Domestic student (2018)
    SPECIAL FOR 2017 - $1494 per person, or $2800 for two
    FEES FREEZE - Apply by 31 October and pay the 2017 price. Conditions apply.

Qualification overview

This qualification is designed for registered electricians, industrial measurement and control technicians and electrical inspectors, to develop competency in working with electrical apparatus in explosive atmospheresand gain competency required to implement industry safety requirements specified in legislation and regulatory standards.

Courses will run dependent on minimum number of attendees.

Entry requirements

Applicants wishing to undertake study towards this qualification must hold a current practising license issued by the Electrical Workers Registration Board and be either a registered electrician or hold a level 4 qualification in Industrial Measurement and Control, Electrical inspectors or an Instrumentation Technician with experience in explosive atmospheres.

Please indicate a preferred option if you require this training and note that these courses will only go ahead with a minimum of 8 students.

For further information, please contact the Programme Coordinator:

Joanna Brown - Programme Coordinator

06 757 3100 ext 8883 or  joanna.brown@witt.ac.nz

Career Options

Graduates will develop competency in working with electrical apparatus in explosive atmospheres, which are present in a variety of industries and disciplines throughout New Zealand.

Further study options

National Certificate in Electrical Engineering (Advanced Trade) (Level 5), National Diploma in Electrical Engineering (Advance Trade) (Level 5) or the National Certificate in Industrial Measurement and Control (Level 5).