Keen to work in the construction industry? Learn all the right skills needed in order to succeed.
By choosing the Allied Trades strand you’ll gain experience in a range of construction skills, allowing you to find your passion. You’ll enjoy trips to local construction sites and visits from industry experts, and work on a range of exciting projects.
By completing this course, and with additional training and/or experience you can go on to further roles in the construction industry like carpenter, joiner, plasterer, painter or roofer.
Upon successfully completing the requirements you'll receive the award of:
- New Zealand Certificate in Construction Trade Skills (Allied Trades) (Level 3)
|Next intake||Feb 2021 View more details|
1 semester full-time, including holidays (if applicable)
|Indicative Fees||No tuition fees (TTAF funded) for domestic students View full fees information|
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- Labourer or apprentice within the construction industry
Topics you'll cover
Allied Trades strand topics:
- Workplace Safety Frameworks and Practices
- Skills for Construction Trades
- Terminology and Job Role Knowledge
- Allied Trades Project
You'll also cover safety, tools, materials, construction terminology, construction tasks and projects, processes, and techniques.
|Indicative Fees *||No tuition fees (TTAF funded) for domestic students|
Take advantage of our early bird fees for your 2021 study. Enrol by 31 December 2020 and you’ll pay the 2020 tuition fees. Conditions apply.*
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Student Loans and Allowances
This course meets the requirements for student allowance and student loan applications through StudyLink.
- A student loan helps to pay for your course fees (the compulsory fees), study materials e.g. books, equipment, and living costs. You'll have to pay this money back.
- A student allowance is a weekly payment that can help with your living expenses while you’re studying. You don't have to pay the money back.
Find out more and apply at studylink.govt.nz
Scholarships are one way you might be able to get some financial help. Any scholarships specifically related to this course are shown below, otherwise check out the full list of scholarships promoted by Toi Ohomai.
Course Entry Information
- 10 credits in each of literacy (reading and writing) and numeracy at NCEA Level 1, OR
- be able to demonstrate suitable knowledge and skills
If you do not meet the academic requirements you may be given special admission if Toi Ohomai staff are satisfied you are capable of successfully completing the requirements.
Special admission may also apply for applicants over 20 years.
You’ll be invited to an information meeting prior to Toi Ohomai offering you a place. This is your opportunity to find out more about the course content and to make sure you're on the most appropriate course for your career aspirations and current level of experience.
For courses at levels 1-3, domestic and international students will be required to:
Provide evidence of ability to complete academic requirements.
You must be physically capable of meeting the course requirements.
English language requirements
Level 3 certificate IELTS General or Academic score of 5 with no band score lower than 5 or completed New Zealand Certificate in English Language Level 3 with an endorsement of either General, Workplace or Academic, or meets a relevant English Proficiency Outcome as outlined by NZQA.
Course Locations and Intake Information
|Tauranga||Windermere Campus||22 Feb 2021|
|Tauranga||Windermere Campus||19 Jul 2021|
- 1 semester full-time, including holidays (if applicable)