New Zealand Certificate in Primary Industry Operational Skills (Level 3)

with Optional strands in Specialist Equipment and Infrastructure

New Zealand Certificate in Primary Industry Operational Skills (Level 3) with Optional strands in Specialist Equipment and Infrastructure

with Optional strands in Specialist Equipment and Infrastructure

In any workplace, you need to be able to operate safely. You will learn general health & safety as well as tractor safety, and cover topics such as quad bikes, two-wheelers, chainsaws, water systems; wooden, wire and electric fencing and repair; and tractor implements. This programme provides hands-on learning to help you on the farm.

New Plymouth intakes

Students who complete this course in New Plymouth will be on a dairy farm.  Learning will be done in the context of dairy farming

South Taranaki intakes

Students who complete this course in South Taranaki will be on a sheep and beef farm. Learning will be done in the context of sheep and beef farming. 

Entry Requirements

  • Open entry.

Offering institute

This qualification is offered by WITT.

From 2023, WITT and the programme you have enrolled in will become part of Te Pūkenga - New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology. Please note that all programmes offered by WITT and other subsidiaries of Te Pūkenga are under review as part of the reform of vocational education training. This is to ensure they are portable, consistent, and aligned with the needs of industry. The programme, short course or micro-credential you have enrolled in may change over time.

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