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The aim of the New Zealand Diploma in Engineering is to provide skilled and competent engineering technicians who:
It is expected that graduates will attain the educational underpinnings and work ready attributes defined in the IPENZ Graduate Profile for Engineering Technicians. The graduate profile defined by IPENZ is benchmarked internationally to the exemplar graduate attributes for graduates of technician education programmes recognised under the Dublin Accord.
For students to be considered to have satisfactorily completed this programme, and to be eligible for award of the qualification “New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Civil)”, they must have shown competence in all of the scheduled units, to a minimum of 240 credits in the specified strand, and upon application to NZQA.
Civil Engineers design and build roads, structures, utility infrastructure and buildings. Civil is the broadest field of engineering and can involve working in construction, materials, and maintenance and utility operations.
For entry to this programme, applicants are required to have Equivalent qualification to New Zealand Year 12 (eg. International Baccalaureate, Cambridge), or Equivalent credits from appropriate trades training and/or demonstrated skills and experience. Minimum of eight literacy credits at Level 1 or higher, including four reading and four writing.
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