course overview.

The National Certificates of Educational Achievement (NCEA)are the main qualification for secondary school students in New Zealand. You can be confident that you can use NCEA towards future study either in New Zealand or another country. NCEA is a very flexible qualification and can be personalised according to each student's ability and interests. You may study one or more subjects at a higher level if you are very good at those subject(s).

NCEA Programme

Each year, you can choose from a wide range of over 40 subjects. If you have a particular career in mind, you can start to match subjects to suit your future career choice. Find out which subjects you will need from your school or the university, polytechnic, institute of technology or private training establishment where you intend to study.

NCEA is a national school-leaver qualification and well recognized overseas. It is well regarded by employers and used for selection by universities, both in New Zealand and other countries.

NCEA Pathways.

we offer are presented

The Subjects.

Level 1 Art—1ART

Course Overview

The course is a basic introduction to wet and dry media. Students will be introduced to an art—making investigation that relies on the study of past and present art practise. Students will learn to make artworks using a study of a variety of artists as a starter. The study of current practise by well—known New Zealand and International artists will inform the students own practice. The aim is for the student to make original work that is linked to the work of the larger ar—making community.

The evidence of the art—making process will be accessed internally and the artworks themselves will be verified externally as a folio—board submission (approximately 11 artworks).

  • 90914 (V3) Use drawing methods and skills for recording information using wet and dry media.
  • 90915 (V2) Use drawing conventions to develop work in more than one field of practice.
  • 90916 (V3) Produce a body of work informed by established practice, which develops ideas, using a range of media.

Level 2 Art—2ART

Course Overview

Students will use the processes and procedures used to make Art, learnt in the previous year and apply this to their own personal investigation. The student will be given the opportunity to initiate their own artwork and choose their own subject matter (what to paint and how to paint it). The student will discuss their idea with their teacher and negotiate an approach to the student selected subject matter. The focus of the course during this year has moved from an exploration of media in Level 1 to an exploration of personal subject matter and the development of a sustained body of evidence/work, based on established practice.

The evidence of the art—making process will be accessed internally and the artworks themselves will be verified externally as a folio—board submission (approximately 12 artworks).

  • 91311 (V2) Use drawing methods to apply knowledge of conventions appropriate to painting.
  • 91316 (V2) Develop ideas in a related series of drawings appropriate to established painting practice.
  • 91321 (V2) Produce a systematic body of work that shows understanding of art making conventions and ideas within painting.

Level1Accounting,BusinessStudies,Economics-­‐ 1ABE

Course Overview

AnintroductorycourseontheunderstandingofBusinessandtheNewZealandEconomy.ThiscourseallowsstudentstolearnthebasicsofAccountingfinancialstatements,marketingandfeaturesofabusinessaswellasthebasisforDemandandSupply.Studentswilllearnfoundation knowledgetoleadthemontoU.EAccounting,BusinessStudiesandEconomicsinLevels2&3.

  • 90978Preparefinancialstatementsforsoleproprietors
  • 90977Processfinancialtransactionsforasmallentity
  • 90837Demonstrate an understanding of internal features of a small business
  • 90840Apply the marketing mix to a new or existing product
  • 90986Demonstrate understanding of how consumer, producer and/or government choices affect society, using market equilibrium
  • 90988Demonstrate understanding of the interdependence of sectors of the New Zealand economy

Level2Accounting-­‐ 2ACC

Course Overview


  • 91175Demonstrate understanding of accounting processing using accounting software
  • 91176Prepare financial information for an entity thatoperates accounting subsystems
  • 91177Interpret accounting information for entities that operate accounting systems
  • 91179Demonstrate understanding of accounts receivable subsystem for an entity
  • 91386Demonstrate understanding of an inventory subsystem for an entity
  • 91481Demonstrate understanding of a topical accountingissue for decision-­‐making

Level2Economics-­‐ 2ECO

Course Overview


  • 91225Analyse unemployment using economic concepts and models
  • 91226Analyse statistical data relating to two contemporary economic issues
  • 91227Analyse how government policies and contemporary economic issues interact
  • 91228Analyse a contemporary economic issue of special interest using economic concepts and models
  • 91222Analyse inflation using economic concepts andmodels
  • 91224Analyse economic growth using economic concepts and models

Level1Chinese-­‐ 1CHI

Course Overview

1. Listening
2. Speaking
3. ReadinginHanzi
4. WritinginHanziandPinyin

  • 90868 (V2)Demonstrate understanding of a variety of spoken Chinese texts on areas of most immediate relevance
  • 90869 (V2)Give a spoken presentation in Chinese that communicates a personal response
  • 90870 (V2)Interact using spoken Chinese to communicate personal information, ideas and opinions in different situations
  • 90871 (V2)Demonstrate understanding of a variety of Chinese texts on areas of most immediate relevance
  • 90872 (V2)Write a variety of text types in Chinese on areas of most immediate relevance

Level2Chinese-­‐ 2CHI

Course Overview


  • 91108 (V3)Demonstrate understanding of a variety of spoken Chinese texts on familiar matters
  • 91109 (V3)Interact using spoken Chinese to share information and justify ideas and opinions in different situations
  • 91110 (V2)Give a spoken presentation in Chinese that communicates information, ideas and opinions
  • 91111 (V3)Demonstrate understanding of a variety of written and/or visual Chinese texts on familiar matters
  • 91112 (V2)Write a variety of text types in Chinese to convey information, ideas and opinions in genuinecontexts


Course Overview


  • AS91068Undertakedevelopmentofdesignideasthroughgraphics practice.
  • AS91044Undertakebriefdevelopmenttoaddressaneedor opportunity.
  • AS91046Usedesignideastoproduceaconceptualdesignforanoutcometoaddressabrief.
  • AS91066UseRenderingTechniquestocommunicatetheformofdesignideas.
  • AS91067Usetheworkofaninfluentialdesignertoinformdesignideas.
  • AS91063Producefreehandsketchesthatcommunicatedesignideas.
  • AS91064Produceinstrumental,multi-­‐vieworthographicdrawingsthatcommunicatetechnicalfeaturesofdesignideas.
  • AS91065Produce instrumentalparalinedrawingstocommunicatedesignideas

Level2DesignandVisualCommunication(Graphics)-­‐ 2DVC

Course Overview

Level2DesignandVisualCommunicationfocusesontwoofthreemajordesigndisciplines:SpatialDesign,ProductDesignand DesignPresentation.Studentswillcompletetwoprojects,fromthethreedisciplines.Theirassignmentswillfocusonusingvisualcommunicationtechniquesofsketching,collage,rendering,overlays,mockupsandmodels,photographyanddigitalmedia.Studentswillalsousethecharacteristicsofadesignmovementoreratoinformtheirowndesignideas,anddeveloptheirskillsinformal2Dand3Dinstrumentaldrawing.

  • AS91340Usethecharacteristics ofa design movement oreratoinform own designideas.
  • AS91341Developaspatial designthroughgraphics practice.
  • AS91342Developa product designthroughgraphics practice.
  • AS91343Use Visualcommunicationtechniquestocomposea presentation ofa design.
  • AS91337Usevisualcommunicationtechniquestogenerate designideas.
  • AS91338Produce working drawingstocommunicate details ofa design.
  • AS91339Produceinstrumental perspective projection drawingstocommunicate designideas.

Level1DigitalTechnology-­‐ 1DGT

Course Overview


  • AS91070Demonstrate understanding of basic concepts of information management
  • AS91071Implement basic procedures to produce a specified digital information outcome
  • AS91072Demonstrate understanding of basic concepts of digital media
  • AS91073Implement basic procedures to produce a specified digital media outcome
  • AS91075Construct a plan for a basic computer program for a specified task
  • AS91076Construct a basic computer program for a specified task
  • US5946Use computer technology to create and deliver a presentation from given content
  • US2780Demonstrate and apply knowledge of a personal computer system

Level2DigitalTechnology-­‐ 2DGT

Course Overview


  • AS91367Advanced concepts relating to managing sharedinformation within information systems
  • AS91368Implement advanced procedures to produce digitalinformation outcome with dynamically linked data
  • AS91369Demonstrate understanding of advanced concepts of digital media
  • AS91370Implement advanced procedures to produce a specified digital media outcome
  • AS91372Construct a plan for an advanced computer program for a specified task
  • AS91373Construct an advanced computer program for aspecified task
  • US2784Create and use a computer spreadsheet to solve a problem
  • US2786Create and use a computer database to solve a problem
  • US2788Produce desktop published documents to meet a set brief

Level1English-­‐ 1ENG/1ENA

Course Overview


  • 90052 (v.5)Produce creative writing
  • 90053 (v.5)Produce formal writing
  • 90855 (v.2)Create a visual text
  • 90852 (v.2)Explain significant connection(s) across texts, using supporting evidence
  • 90854 (v.2)Form personal responses to independently read texts, supported by evidence
  • 90856 (v.2)Show understanding of visual and/or oral text(s) through close viewing and/or listening, using supporting evidence
  • 90850 (v.3)Show understanding of specified aspect(s) of studied visual ororal text(s), using supporting evidence
  • 90851 (v.2)Show understanding of significant aspects of unfamiliar written text(s) through close reading, using supporting evidence

Level2English-­‐ 2ENG/2ENA

Course Overview


  • 91098 (v.3)Analyse specified aspect(s) of studied written text(s), supported by evidence
  • 91100 (v.2)Analyse significant aspects of unfamiliar written text(s) through close reading, supported by evidence
  • 91101 (v.2)Produce a selection of crafted and controlledwriting
  • 91104 (v.2)Analyse significant connections across texts, supported by evidence
  • 91106 (v.2)Form developed personal responses to independently read texts, supported by evidence
  • 91107 (v.2)Analyse aspects of visual and/or oral text(s) through close viewing and/or listening, supported by evidence

Level1Geography-­‐ 1GEO

Course Overview


  • 91007(v3)Demonstrate geographic understanding of environments that have been shaped by extreme natural events.
  • 91009(v3)Demonstrate geographic understanding of the sustainable use of an environment.
  • 91010(v2)Apply concepts and basic geographic skills to demonstrate understanding of a given environment.
  • 91011(v3)Conduct geographic research, with direction.
  • 91012( v2)Describe aspects of a contemporary New Zealand geographic issue
  • 91013( v2)Describe aspects of a geographic topic at a global scale.

Level2Geography-­‐ 2GEO

Course Overview


  • 91240(v2)Demonstrate geographic understanding of a large natural environment
  • 91241(v2)Demonstrate geographic understanding of an urban pattern. Apply geographic concepts and skills to
  • 91243(v2)demonstrate understanding of a given environment
  • 91244(v2)Conduct geographic research with guidance
  • 91245(v2)Explain aspects of a contemporary New Zealand geographic issue
  • 91246(v2)Explain aspects of a geographic topic at a global scale

Level2History-­‐ 2HIS

Course Overview


  • 91229(v2)Carry out an inquiry of an historical event or place that is of significance to New Zealanders
  • 91230(v2)Examine an historical event or place that is of significance to New Zealanders
  • 91231(v2)Examine sources of an historical event that is of significance to New Zealanders
  • 91232(v2)Interpret different perspectives of people in an historical event that is of significance to New Zealanders
  • 91233(v2)Examine causes and consequences of a significant historical event
  • 91234(v2)Examine how a significant historical event affected New Zealand society

Level1NationalCertificateinHospitality(Foundationskills)-­‐ 1FHO

Course Overview


  • 21058 (V4)Identify career pathways in the Hospitality Industry
  • 15900 (V5)Prepare and present meat in the hospitality industry
  • 19770 (V4)Prepare and present egg and cheese dishes in the hospitality industry
  • 15901 (V5)Prepare and present fruit and vegetables in the hospitality industry
  • 15921 (V5)Prepare and cook a cake, a sponge and a batch of scones in the hospitality industry
  • 15895 (V5)Demonstrate knowledge of boiling and baking in the commercial catering industry
  • 15920 (V5)Prepare and present sauce and soup in the hospitality industry
  • 15892 (V5)Demonstrate knowledge of terminology use for food and recipes in a commercial kitchen

Level2NationalCertificateinHospitality(EntrySkills)-­‐ 2FHO

Course Overview


  • 167 (V7)Practise food safety methods in a food business
  • 13285 (V4)Handle and maintain knives in a commercial kitchen
  • 13276 (V4)Cook food items by grilling
  • 13283 (V4)Prepare and present salads for service
  • 13271 (V4)Cook food items by frying
  • 13278 (V4)Cook food items by roasting
  • 13280 (V4)Prepare fruit and vegetable cuts
  • 13281 (V5)Prepare and present basic sandwiches for service
  • 13344 (V4)Demonstrate knowledge of Characteristics of commercial cookery methods and their applications

Level1FurnitureandTimberTrade-­‐ 1FTT

Course Overview


  • 24352Demonstrate Knowledge of and apply safe working practices in the construction of a BCATS project
  • 12927Identify, select, maintain, and use hand tools for BCATS projects
  • 25920Use joints for a BCATS project
  • 24355Demonstrate knowledge of construction and manufacturing materials used in BCATS projects
  • 24356Apply elementary workshop procedures and processes for BCATS projects
  • 12932Construct timber garden furniture and items of basic construction equipment as a BCATS project

Level2BuildingandTimberTrade-­‐ 2BTT

Course Overview


  • 24354 (V1)Demonstrate knowledge of and apply safe working practices in a BCATS workplace
  • 24357 (V1)Receive instructions and communicate information in relation to BCATS projects
  • 24358 (V1)Plan and monitor the construction of a BCATS project, and quality check the product
  • 24350 (V1)Identify, select, maintain, and use portable power tools for BCATS projects
  • 24351 (V1)Demonstrate knowledge of and use specified fixed machinery in the construction of BCATS projects
  • 24360 (V1)Demonstrate knowledge of timber and other construction materials used in BCATS projects
  • 25319 (V1)Demonstrate knowledge of the carpentry industry within a BCATS environment

Level 1Mathematics with Statistics -­‐ 1MAS

Course Overview


  • 91026Applynumericreasoninginsolvingproblems
  • 91030Applymeasurementinsolvingproblems
  • 91034Applygeometricreasoninginsolvingproblems
  • 91038Investigateasituationinvolvingelementsofchance
  • 91033Applyknowledge ofgeometricrepresentationsinsolving] problems
  • 91036Investigate bivariate numerical data usingthestatistical enquirycycle
  • 91029Applylinear algebrainsolving problems

Level 2Mathematics with Statistics -­‐ 2MAS

Course Overview


  • 91259Apply trigonometric relationships in solving problems
  • 91256Apply co-­‐ordinate geometry methods in solving problems
  • 91264Use statistical methods to make an inference
  • 91268Investigate a situation involving elements of chance using a simulation
  • 91263Design a questionnaire
  • 91260Apply network methods in solving problems
  • 91265Conduct an experiment to investigate a situation using statistical methods
  • 91266Evaluate a statistically based report

Level1 Mathematics-­‐ 1MAT

Course Overview


  • 91038Investigate a situation involving elements of chance
  • 91032Apply right-­‐angled triangles in solving measurement problems
  • 91031Apply geometric reasoning in solving problems
  • 91035Investigate a given multivariate data set using the statistical enquiry cycle
  • 91029Apply linear algebra in solving problems
  • 91037Demonstrate understanding of chance and data
  • 91027Apply algebraic procedures in solving problems

Level2 Mathematics-­‐ 2MAT

Course Overview


  • 91259Applytrigonometricrelationshipsinsolvingproblems
  • 91268Investigateasituationinvolvingelementsofchanceusingasimulation
  • 91256Applyco-­‐ordinategeometrymethodsinsolvingproblems
  • 91264Usestatisticalmethodstomakeaninference
  • 91269Applysystemsofequationsinsolvingproblems
  • 91267Applyprobabilitymethodsinsolvingproblems
  • 91261Applyalgebraicmethodsinsolvingproblems
  • 91262Applycalculusmethodsinsolvingproblems
  • 91266Evaluateastatisticallybasedreport

Level 1Mathematics Accelerate -­‐ 1MAA

Course Overview


  • 91038Investigate a situation involving elements of chance
  • 91032Apply right-­‐angled triangles in solving measurement problems
  • 91031Apply geometric reasoning in solving problems
  • 91035Investigate a given multivariate data set using the statistical enquiry cycle
  • 91029Apply linear algebra in solving problems
  • 91037Demonstrate understanding of chance and data
  • 91027Apply algebraic procedures in solving problems
  • 91028Investigate relationships between tables, equations and graphs

Level 2Mathematics Accelerate -­‐ 2MAA

Course Overview


  • 91259Apply trigonometric relationships in solving problems
  • 91268Investigate a situation involving elements of chance using a simulation
  • 91256Apply co-­‐ordinate geometry methods in solving problems
  • 91264Use statistical methods to make an inference
  • 91269Apply systems of equations in solving problems
  • 91267Apply probability methods in solving problems
  • 91261Apply algebraic methods in solving problems
  • 91262Apply calculus methods in solving problems


Course Overview


  • 91090 (1)Perform two pieces of music as a featured soloist.
  • 91091 (1)Demonstrate ensemble skills through performing a piece of music as a member of a group.
  • 91092 (1)Compose two original pieces of music.
  • 91093 (1)Demonstrate knowledge aural and theoretical skills through transcription. (ext)
  • 91094 (1)Demonstrate knowledge of conventions used in music scores. (ext)
  • 91095 (1)Demonstrate knowledge of two music works from contrasting contexts.

Level2Music-­‐ 2MUS

Course Overview


  • 91270 (1)Perform two substantial pieces of music as a featured soloist.
  • 91274 (1)Perform a substantial piece of music as a featured soloist on a second instrument. (Optional)
  • 91272 (1)Demonstrate ensemble skills by performing a substantial piece of music as a member of a group.
  • 91271 (1)Compose two substantial pieces of music.
  • 91277 (1)Demonstrate understanding of two substantial contrasting music works
  • 91275 (1)Demonstrate aural understanding through written representation.
  • 91278 (1)Investigate an aspect of New Zealand Music

Level1PhysicalEducation-­‐ 1PED

Course Overview


  • 90962 (V3)Participate actively in a variety of physical activities and explain factors that influence own participation
  • 90963 (V3)Demonstrate understanding of the function of the body as it relates to the performance of physical activity
  • 90970 (V3)Demonstrate self-­‐management strategies and describe the effects on participation in physical activity
  • 90964 (V3)Demonstrate quality movement in the performance of a physical activity
  • 90966 (V3)Demonstrate interpersonal skills in a group and explain how these skills impact on others
  • 90968 (V3)Demonstrate, and show understanding of, responsible behaviour for safety during outdoor education activities

Level2PhysicalEducation-­‐ 2PED

Course Overview


  • 91334 (V2)Consistently demonstrate social responsibility through applying a social responsibility model in physical activity
  • 91333 (V2)Analyse the application of risk management strategies to a challenging outdoor activity
  • 91331 (V2)Analyse group processes in physical activity
  • 91329 (V2)Demonstrate understanding of the application of biophysical principles to training for physical activity
  • 91330 (V3)Perform a physical activity in an applied setting
  • 91328 (V2)Demonstrate understanding of how and why biophysical principles relate to the learning of physical skills
  • 21791 (V1)Relate human anatomy and movement to gym equipment and static stretching
  • 21793 (V1)Demonstrate correct technique when using basic gym equipment
  • 21794 (V1)Demonstrate, instruct and monitor static stretching
  • 21795 (V1)Demonstrate, instruct, and monitor safe and correct useof cardio-­‐vascular exercise equipment

Level1Science(External)-­‐ 1SCE

Course Overview

InLevel1ScienceyouwillbeworkingtowardsLevel1creditsforNCEA.ItispossibletogainaMeritorExcellenceendorsementinSciencebygaining14+creditsatMeritorExcellencewithatleast4Merit/Excellencecreditsfrominternalsand3Merit/Excellencecreditsfromexternals.ThiscoursehasamixtureofthethreemainSciencesandleadsontoBiology,ChemistryandPhysicsatLevel2.Therearethreeexternalpapersthathaveexamsattheendoftheyearandtheremainingcreditswill comefromthethreeinternalstandards.

  • 90951 (V3)Sci 1.12 Investigate the Biological impact of an event on a New Zealand ecosystem.
  • 90946 (V3)Sci 1.7 Investigate the implication of the properties of metals for their use in society.
  • 90930 (V3)Chem1.1 Carry out a practical chemistry investigation, with direction.
  • 90940 (V3)Sci 1.1 Demonstrate understanding of mechanics.
  • 90944 (V4)Sci 1.5 Demonstrate understanding of acids and bases.
  • 90948 (V3)Sci 1.9 Demonstrate understanding of biological ideas relating to genetic variation.

Level1Science(Internal)-­‐ 1SCI

Course Overview


  • 90951 (V3)Sci 1.12 Investigate the biological impact of an event on a New Zealand ecosystem.
  • 90939 (V3)Phy1.5 Demonstrate understanding of aspects of heat.
  • 90946 (V3)Sci 1.7 Investigate the implication of the properties of metals for their use in society.
  • 90944 (V4)Sci 1.5 Demonstrate understanding of acids and bases.Chem1.1 Carry out a practical Chemistry investigation, with direction.
  • 90930 (V3)Chem1.1 Carry out a practical Chemistry investigation, with direction.
  • 90925 (V3)Bio 1.1 Carry out a practical investigation in a biological context, with direction.

Level1ScienceAccelerate-­‐ 1SCA

Course Overview


  • 90950 (V3)Sci 1.11 Investigate biological ideas relating to interactions between humans and microorganisms.
  • 90932 (V3)Chem1.3 Demonstrate understanding of aspects of carbon chemistry.
  • 90954 (V3)Sci 1.15 Demonstrate understanding of the effects of astronomical cycles on planet Earth.
  • 90937 (V3)Phy1.3 Demonstrate understanding of aspects of electricity and magnetism.
  • 90935 (V3)Phy1.1 Carry out a practical physics investigation that leads to a linear mathematical relationship, with direction.
  • 90929 (V4)Bio 1.5 Demonstrate understanding of biological ideas relating to a mammal(s) as a consumer(s).
  • 90925 (V3)Bio 1.1 Carry out a practical investigation in a biological context, with direction.

Level2Biology-­‐ 2BIO

Course Overview

InLevel2BiologyyouwillbeworkingtowardsLevel2creditsfortheNCEAqualification.InordertopassLevel2Biologyyouwillneedtogain14+creditsinthiscourse.TogainaMeritorExcellenceendorsementinBiologyyoumustgainatleastfourofthe14creditsrequiredintheexternalpapersandfilltheremainderwithinternalcredits.Converselyyoumustgetatleast4creditsinternallyatMeritorExcellencewiththeremaindergainedintheexternalexams. Inthiscoursewecovereverythingfromthebasicworkingsofacelltohowdifferentmembersofacommunityareintertwinedwithoneanother.ThisprogrammeleadsintotheLevel3Biologycourse.

  • 91158 (V2)Bio 2.6 Investigate a pattern in an ecological community, with supervision.
  • 91153 (V2)Bio 2.1 Carry out a practical investigation in a biology context, with supervision.
  • 91156 (V2)Bio 2.4 Demonstrate an understanding of life processes at a cellular level.
  • 91160 (V2)Bio 2.8 Investigate biological material at the microscope level.
  • 91154 (V2)Bio 2.2 Analyse the biological validity of information presented to the public.
  • 91157 (V2)Bio 2.5 Demonstrate understanding of genetic variation and change
  • 91159 (V2)Bio 2.7 Demonstrate an understanding of gene expression

Level2Chemistry-­‐ 2CHE

Course Overview


  • 91167 (V2)Chem2.7 Demonstrate understanding ofoxidation-­‐reduction.
  • 91164 (V2)Chem2.4 Demonstrate understanding of bonding, structure, properties and energy changes.
  • 91161 (V2)Chem2.1 Carry out quantitative analysis
  • 91166 (V2)Chem2.6 Demonstrate understanding of chemical reactivity.
  • 91165 (V2)Chem2.5 Demonstrate understanding of theproperties of selected organic compounds.
  • 91163 (V2)Chem2.3 Demonstrate understanding of the chemistry used in the development of a current technology
  • 91162 (V2)Chem2.2 Carry out procedures to identify ions present in solution.

Level2Physics-­‐ 2PHY

Course Overview


  • 91172 (V2)Phy2.5 Demonstrate understanding of atomic and nuclear Physics
  • 91170 (V2)Phy2.3 Demonstrate understanding of waves.
  • 91171 (V2)Phy2.4 Demonstrate understanding of mechanics.
  • 91168 (V2)Phy2.1 Carry out a practical physics investigation that leads to a non-­‐linear mathematical relationship.
  • 91173 (V2)Phy2.6 Demonstrate understanding of electricity and electromagnetism.
  • 91169 (V2)Phy2.2 Demonstrate understanding of physics relevant to a selected context.

Level2Science-­‐ 2SCI

Course Overview


  • 91158 (V2)Bio 2.6 Investigate a pattern in a Biological community with supervision.
  • 91167 (V2)Chem2.7 Demonstrate an understanding of oxidation-­‐reduction.
  • 91160 (V2)Bio 2.8 Investigate Biological material at the microscopic level.
  • 91189 (V2)ESS 2.3 Investigate a geological process in a New Zealand locality.
  • 91172 (V2)Phy2.5 Demonstrate an understanding of atomic and nuclear physics.
  • 91192 (V2)ESS 2.6Demonstrate understanding of stars and planetary systems.
  • 91162 (V2)Chem2.2 Carry out procedures to identify ions in solution.

Level1Technology-­‐ 1TEC

Course Overview

Students have the opportunity to make a range of projects. They will learn how to use machines such as band-­‐saws, metal lathes and MIG welders whilst learning Core skills from the Engineering trade. As with all subjects in the technology department, there is a certain amount of theory that is compulsory to pass the course. Half the course is theory based and this is completed over the year.

  • 22926Demonstrate knowledge of safety procedures in a specific engineering workshop
  • 4433Select, Use and Care for Simple Measuring Devices used inEngineering
  • 22923Demonstrate basic engineering workshop skills under close supervision
  • 22924Develop a simple product using engineering materials

Level2Technology-­‐ 2TEC

Course Overview


  • 21905Demonstrate Knowledge of Trade Calculations and unit for Mechanical Engineering
  • 21911Demonstrate Knowledge of Safety on Engineering Sites
  • 20917Demonstrate Basic Knowledge of Engineering Materials
  • 2395Select, Use and Care for Engineering Hand Tools
  • 4435Select, Use and Care for Engineering DimensionalMeasuring Equipment
  • 44364436 Select, Use and Care for Engineering Marking-­‐Out Equipment

Level2Tourism-­‐ 2TOU

Course Overview


  • 18237Perform calculations for a tourism workplace
  • 24732Demonstrate knowledge of tourist characteristics and needs
  • 24731Demonstrate knowledge of destination New Zealand
  • 4253Demonstrate knowledge of Job Search Skills
  • 4252Produce a targeted resume
  • 24728Demonstrate knowledge of work roles in tourism
  • 10781Produce a plan for future directions
  • 24710Produce a balanced budget for a family or household

Level 2Automotive Engineering -­‐ 2AUT

Course Overview


  • 233 (V8)Service an automotive battery
  • 231 (V9)Explain the operation of two and four stroke petrol and diesel engines
  • 229 (V9)Identify the general locations and functions of motor vehicle systems and main components
  • 235 (V8)Describe automotive ignition systems and their operation
  • 244 (V9)Disassemble and reassemble a four cylinder four stroke engine to a running state

Level2Forestry-­‐ 2FSY

Course Overview

ThiscourseisavailableforstudentsinYear12.Thiscourseissuitableforstudentswhohaveaninterestintakingupacareerinforestry,farming,horticultureoragriculture.ThiscoursecanbeusedasastartingpointforcontinuingwitheitherfurtherstudyatDiplomaorDegreelevel,gainingamodernapprenticeship,ormovingdirectlyintoemployment.Entryrequirementsforplacementintoemploymentinforestryandprimaryindustrieshavebeenraisedinrecenttimesandthiscoursecoversboth theoryandpracticalworkaswellasanemphasisonhealthandsafety.QualificationsaregainedbyworkingwithCompetenzandWaiarikiInstituteofTechnologywithstudentsachievingLevel2UnitStandards.Thiscourseisentrylevelforstudentswhoareconsideringacareerintheprimaryindustriessector.

  • 17769 (V3)General requirements for employment in a plantation forest
  • 22994 (V1)Factors that affect the performance of forestry workers
  • 1232 (V5)Forest planting site preparation
  • 22997 (V2)Principles of commercial forestry
  • 6916 (V6)The Code of Practice relating to chainsaw use
  • 6951 (V5)Selecting plantation trees
  • 1227 (V6)DKO Plantation forest harvesting
  • 6917 (V7)Demonstrate basic chainsaw operation
  • 22999 (V1)DKO Forestry Foundation skills for landing operations
  • 19044 (V3)Describe the legal requirements &occupational Hazards associated with Tractor Use

Entry Requirements.

Students must:

  • 15 years or over
  • Completed junior high school

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