National Certificate in Electronics Technology

The Salvation Army Education & Employment

Subject area

Electronic Engineering

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Entry requirements

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About the course

What can I expect out of this qualification?

This is an introductory certificate for people interested in electronics and who may wish to pursue further training and employment in this field. The qualification has been developed for use in two training environments:
. in high schools, where a one year course is offered at Year 12;
. in private training establishments and polytechnics, where it serves as a pre-employment qualification for those seeking employment in the electronics industry, or as the first stage in an apprenticeship in the electrotechnology industry.

The qualification combines the following skills and knowledge:
. a fundamental level of chemistry, computing, electrical or electronic engineering, mathematics, physics, science, statistics and probability, and technology represented by the elective standards;
. basic electrical direct current principles relevant in the study of electronics;
. basic electronic components;
. combinations of components to form simple electronic systems;
. practical construction of a printed circuit including hand soldering of components;
. construction of simple electronic products.

After achieving the National Certificate in Electronics Technology (Level 2) [Ref: 0240], people interested in pursuing further training and employment in this field may wish to continue with any of the following:
. National Certificate in Electronics Technology (Level 3) [Ref: 1005] - normally delivered at Year 13;
. take up an apprenticeship in electronics or electrical industries and study for the National Certificates in Electronic Engineering at Levels 3 and 4 [Refs: 1093 and 1123] or the National Certificates in Electrical Engineering at Levels 2, 3, 4, and 5 [Refs: 0174, 0223, 1195, and 0951] or their replacements;
. study for the New Zealand Diploma in Engineering [Ref: 112950].

What graduates earn

Graduates who studied Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Technology at this level can earn:

$30,303

Median earnings one year after study

$33,231

Median earnings two years after study

$45,790

Median earnings five years after study

Status one year after study

Employment rate two years after study

58%

Employment rate two years after study

Scholarship information

Examples of related scholarships

Horizon Energy Scholarship

Provided by:

Eastern Bay Energy Trust

Website:

http://www.ebet.org.nz/projects/scholarships?pageID=2145841704

Value:

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Eastern Bay Energy Trust Scholarships

Provided by:

Eastern Bay Energy Trust

Website:

http://www.ebet.org.nz/projects/scholarships?pageID=2145841704

Value:

Course Fees

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This information comes from Generosity New Zealand. For more scholarships, search their givME database (formerly called BreakOut) via your college, university or local library website.

Contact details

Main Campus Office

Phone: (04) 382 0714
Fax: (04) 382 0711
Email: gregory_fortuin@nzf.salvationarmy.org
Web: http://www.salvationarmy.org.nz/eplus

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