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New Zealand Certificate in Electrical Equipment in Explosive Atmospheres

Industry Connection for Excellence Limited

Subject area

Electrical Engineering

Qualification

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Entry requirements

It is recommended that candidates have achieved the National Certificate in Educational Achievement (NCEA) (Level 2) [Ref: 0973] in Mathematics, English, and Physics or General Science, or equivalent.

Candidates intending to undertake study towards the Explosion-Protected Electrical Equipment Installation optional strand of this qualification should hold an appropriate current practising licence as issued by the Electrical Workers Registration Board.

Candidates intending to undertake study towards the Explosion-Protected Electrical Equipment Inspection optional strand of this qualification should have completed the Explosion-Protected Electrical Equipment Installation optional strand of this qualification and hold a current electrical inspector practising licence as issued by the Electrical Workers Registration Board.

Candidates intending to undertake study towards the Explosion-Protected Electrical Equipment in Underground Mines optional strand of this qualification should have completed the Explosion-Protected Electrical Equipment Inspection optional strands of this qualification and hold an appropriate current practising licence as issued by the Electrical Workers Registration Board.

Unless registered with a current practicing licence or with a Trainee Limited Certificate, graduates of this qualification cannot carry out prescribed electrical work.

The qualification aligns with the requirements of AS/NZS 4761:2017 Competencies for working with electrical equipment in hazardous areas (EEHA).

This qualification does not cover knowledge and skills required to classify hazardous areas or design electrical equipment for explosive atmospheres.

About the course

What can I expect out of this qualification?

The purpose of this qualification is to provide the electrotechnology industry with competent practitioners who are able to work safely and autonomously with explosion-protected equipment in explosive atmospheres.

This qualification is suitable for people who intend to work with explosion-protected electrical equipment in explosive atmospheres.

What graduates earn

Graduates who studied Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Technology at this level can earn:

$75,000

Median earnings one year after study

$77,000

Median earnings two years after study

$74,000

Median earnings five years after study

Status one year after study

Employment rate two years after study

90%

Employment rate two years after study

Data as at November 2022

Scholarship information

Examples of related scholarships

Rural Women New Zealand Tertiary Bursaries

Provided by:

Rural Women New Zealand

Website:

https://ruralwomennz.nz/services/charitable-grants/

Value:

$1,000 each.

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Edna Waddell Undergraduate Scholarships for Women in Technology and Engineering

Provided by:

Universities New Zealand – Te Pōkai Tara - Scholarships

Website:

http://www.universitiesnz.ac.nz/scholarships

Value:

$5,000 each

Read more

This information comes from Generosity New Zealand. For more scholarships, search their givME database (formerly called BreakOut) via your college, university or local library website.

Contact details

Main Campus Office

Phone: (27) 205 7007
Email: Antonyr@icexl.co.nz
Web: http://icexl.co.nz

Please contact the provider for details of where this qualification is offered.

Sources

NZQA supplies course information based on material from the provider.

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