Certificate in Energy Process Operations (Level 3)

  • 25 July 2022
  • Level 3
  • 18 weeks full-time (including 11 weeks of industry placement)
  • FREE (TTAF funded)

Qualification overview

This programme incorporates the following qualification: New Zealand Certificate in Energy & Chemical Operations (Plant & Machinery) (Level 3). The purpose of this qualification is to provide the energy and chemical plant industry with competent employees who have attained the operational skills and knowledge required to work as entry-level plant and machinery operators. This qualification is suitable for individuals who wish to enter into the industry or those already working as entry-level operators. The qualification provides a credential that will support career opportunities for graduates in a range of energy or chemical plant contexts.

 

   

 

 

This programme is delivered in partnership
with Energy Skills NZ.

 

To find out more contact: 

Jo Brown - Energy, Oil & Gas Manager j.brown2@witt.ac.nz

Entry requirements

  • NCEA Level 2 which must include 12 or more credits from science domain and NCEA Level 1 Literacy and Numeracy requirements, or
  • Equivalent knowledge, skills, work experience or study.

Career Options

Graduates of this programme may gain employment as entry-level operators in an energy or chemical plant and graduates can pathway to the New Zealand Certificate in Energy and Chemical Operations (Boiler Operation) (Level 3) and/or the New Zealand Certificate in Energy and Chemical Field Operations (Level 4) with strands in Process Plant Equipment, Steam Plant, Geothermal Operation, Petrochemical Operation and Petrochemical Transfer and Storage.

Further study options

  • New Zealand Certificate in Workplace Health and Safety Practice (Level 4).
  • New Zealand Certificate in Energy and Chemical Operations (Boiler Operation) (Level 3) and/or the New Zealand Certificate in Energy and Chemical Field Operations (Level 4) with strands in Process Plant Equipment, Steam Plant, Geothermal Operation, Petrochemical Operation and Petrochemical Transfer and Storage.