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This National Diploma recognises the skills and knowledge required by the New Zealand Institute of Surveyors for survey technicians working in construction and land development contexts. The holder of the qualification is able to undertake field and office work associated with land surveying.
The compulsory section recognises safe working in a surveying workplace; generic skills in communications, computing, and trigonometry; knowledge of land administration; and core technical skills in geodetic surveying, land administration, subdivision design, and survey practice.
The elective section enables candidates to select surveying and related skills appropriate to their workplace or specialty area.
The Mine Surveying Optional Strand recognises competence in underground surveying work. The compulsory standards in the Mine Surveying Optional Strand may be presented to Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) for mine survey regulatory purposes.
In addition Unit 21281, Interpret and test for gases in an underground extraction site, which is included as an optional standard within the Mine Surveying Optional Strand, may be presented as evidence to OSH for gas testing regulatory purposes relating to coal or gassy mines. This standard is not a requirement for the award of this qualification, with or without the Mine Surveying Optional Strand.
This diploma builds on the National Certificate in Surveying (Assistant) (Level 3) [Ref: 0432] and can lead to the Bachelor of Surveying available at the University of Otago.
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Total Enrolments for National Diploma in Surveying (Level 6) for 2015: 0, 2016: 0, 2017: 0 and 2018: 0
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