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12A Bowden Road ,
Architecture and Building
Scaffolding and Rigging
Not supplied by Institute
Minimum Entry Requirements:
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Additional Entry Requirements:
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The National Certificate in Suspended Scaffolding (Level 4) recognises the skills and knowledge required to work as a suspended scaffolder. People who are awarded this qualification have the basic mathematical, first aid, safety, technical and people skills to plan, erect and dismantle proprietary suspended scaffolding structures as part of a suspended scaffolding team. They can also lead people in order to achieve an objective.
This qualification is a prerequisite for the award of the following classes of endorsements within a Suspended Certificate of Competence in Scaffolding, as specified in the Health and Safety in Employment Regulations 1995:
. A. Boatswain's chair - hand-held or mechanical
. B. Swinging stage - hand-held or mechanical.
Candidates should note that the Department of Labour or its authorised issuing agency (Opportunity - The Training Organisation) may apply additional factors in relation to the award of a Suspended Certificate of Competence in Scaffolding, such as experience requirements. For more details please refer to http://skills.org.nz/
This qualification shares a significant number of standards (or replacements of standards) in common with the National Certificate in Rigging with strands in Basic Rigging, Intermediate Rigging, and Advanced Rigging [Ref: 0111]. This allows people to change direction in their work or add further skills without having to repeat standards already held.
The award of this qualification is a requirement for the award of the National Certificate in Advanced Scaffolding (Level 5) [Ref: 1772].
Information in this section is provided by Tertiary Education Commission and s updated on a regular basis. If this information is incorrect, please contact TEC to update it. Information below only relates to Domestic Students.
Total Enrolments for National Certificate in Suspended Scaffolding (Level 4) for 2015: 5, 2016: 18, 2017: 29 and 2018: 21