Want a career in the automotive industry?

People in this industry repair, maintain, modify and sell vehicles and vehicle parts. Some professionals specialise in working with one type of vehicle, product or service. 

Employment opportunities are very good as there is a steady demand for automotive products and services. 

Gain the skills to become an automotive engineer/technician or automotive electrical engineer with our hands-on programme and apprenticeship options!  

PROGRAMME

New Zealand Certificate in Automotive (Level 3)

Location: Cromwell or Dunedin | Start: February | Delivery: Full-time or Part-time if you work in the industry 

Learn how to service general automotive systems. If you are already working in the automNew Zealand Certificate in Automotive Engineering (Level 3)otive industry you can study this programme part-time via our apprenticeship pathway for 18 months. If you aren't working in the industry, then you will study it full-time for one year. 

 

New Zealand Certificate in Automotive Electrical Engineering (Level 4) - TTAF funded

Location: Cromwell or Dunedin | Start: Anytime | Delivery: Part-time alongside your apprenticeship

Build on the skills and knowledge you gained in the New Zealand Certificate in Automotive Engineering (Level 3). This programme is ideal for learners who are starting, or already doing, an apprenticeship in the workplace and you will learn how to safely and effectively diagnose and repair electrical and electronics faults in a range of vehicles. Plus, you'll be able to study for free due to the Government's Trades Training and Apprenticeship Fund (TTAF). 

 

New Zealand Certificate in Light Automotive Engineering (Level 4) - TTAF funded

Location: Cromwell or Dunedin | Start: Anytime | Delivery: Part-time alongside your apprenticeship

Build on the skills and knowledge you gained in the New Zealand Certificate in Automotive Engineering (Level 3). This programme is ideal for learners who are starting, or already doing, an apprenticeship in the workplace and you will learn how to safely and effectively diagnose and repair faults that are commonly encountered on light vehicles including cars, light commercial vehicles and light trailers. Plus, you'll be able to study for free due to the Government's Trades Training and Apprenticeship Fund (TTAF).