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Engineering and Related Technologies
Process and Resources Engineering
Wood Based Manufacturing
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The purpose of this qualification is to provide the wood manufacturing industry with people who have the foundation skills and knowledge relevant to working in this industry.
Graduates of the Foundation Knowledge Strand will have a basic theoretical understanding of safety, environmental and quality requirements, as well as knowledge of operational processes, used in wood manufacturing.
Graduates of the Wood Handling and Distribution Strand will be capable of completing practical tasks required for entry-level roles in log or timber yard operations under general supervision.
Graduates of the Wood Processing Strand will be capable of completing a range of different basic practical tasks required for entry-level operational roles under general supervision.
Graduates of this qualification will be able to:
- Understand basic health and safety requirements and environmental issues relating to the wood manufacturing industry.
Graduates of the Foundation Knowledge strand will also be able to:
- Understand the wood manufacturing industry and wood products made within the industry.
- Understand operational requirements that impact on people and processes in different operational areas within the wood manufacturing industry.
Graduates of the Wood Handling and Distribution strand will also be able to:
- Understand processes used in log yard or timber yard operations in wood manufacturing.
- Apply skills and knowledge fundamental to the varied processes and requirements of entry-level roles in log or timber yard operations.
Graduates of the Wood Processing strand will also be able to:
- Understand wood manufacturing products and processes, measurement, and the physical characteristics of wood.
- Safely complete basic practical tasks that are required in a range of operational work areas in a wood manufacturing environment.
This qualification can lead to the New Zealand Certificate in Wood Handling and Distribution (Level 3) with strands in Log Yard Operations; Timber Yarding and Despatch; and Wood Fibre Operations [Ref: 2310].
Holders of the Foundation Knowledge strand will have an understanding of the wood manufacturing industry to either work in non-operational roles or seek employment in operational roles.
Holders of the Wood Handling and Distribution strand of this qualification will have the skills and knowledge to work in log or timber yards carrying out basic operational tasks.
Holders of the Wood Processing strand will have the skills and knowledge to work in a wood manufacturing environment in roles that cover a range of basic wood processing tasks.
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Total Enrolments for New Zealand Certificate in Wood Manufacturing for 2015: 0, 2016: 0, 2017: 0 and 2018: 0
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