Certificate in Applied Technology (Marine Engineering Systems)
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4, 120 1.0
Full-time for one year
Starts February or July
Mt Albert campus
Semester dates for 2014 will be advised.
NZ$5708 (Approximate fee only, find out more about the costs of study)
Acquire a sound understanding of marine engines, and marine electrical and electronic systems. Learn to assess the condition of a boat engine and to dismantle, repair and assemble engines.
Combining theory and practice, the Certificate in Applied Technology (Marine Engineering Systems) helps you become familiar with marine engines and marine electrical and electronic systems. Develop an understanding of marine engines and fuel systems, engine components, ignition systems and tuning, and marine transmission and drive systems. Further your knowledge of marine cooling, marinisation and exhaust systems, and the design, construction and operating principles of trailers and trailer systems.
- Endorsed by the NZ Marine Industry Training Organisation, as leading to the National Certificate in Marine Systems.
- A good foundation for a career in marine engineering and electricals, or related trades.
- Focus on hands-on projects: you learn to assess the condition of a marine engine and to dismantle, repair and assemble engines.
- Cross-credits towards your apprenticeship.
- Access to well-equipped facilities.
- Industry-experienced staff who keep up-to-date with changes in marine engineering technology, materials and regulations.
Last edited: 04 September 2013