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Qualification Title New Zealand Certificate in Building Regulatory Environment (Level 4)
Qualification Type Certificate
Level 4
Credits 60
Subject Area
  • Architecture and Building » Building » Building Surveying (Inspection)
Strategic Purpose Statement
The purpose of this qualification is to enable those entering the building regulatory environments to gain an awareness of the context and structure of building in New Zealand and to develop the knowledge and skills to operate within a building control environment.
Graduates of this qualification will be capable of self-management under broad organisational guidance to support the operation of, and interact with, Building Authorities and Building Surveyor disciplines.
Graduate profile
Graduates of this qualification will be able to:

- Communicate effectively with the public, customers, and colleagues to provide appropriate customer service in a building regulatory environment.
- Check building regulatory documentation for completeness, within pre-determined parameters, and to receive, resolve, and escalate enquiries.
- Apply knowledge of the relevant aspects of the regulatory framework to operation within a building regulatory environment.
- Apply knowledge of the building regulatory environment including related government departments, industry bodies, and stakeholders to operate effectively in a support role.
- Apply the relevant technical and administrative processes to support building regulatory outcomes.
Education pathways
This qualification may lead to the New Zealand Diploma in Building Surveying (Level 6) [Ref: 3030].
This qualification may also lead onto the technical qualifications required to meet Regulation 18 of the New Zealand Building (Accreditation of Building Consent Authorities) Regulations 2006, for those performing building control functions to hold if doing a technical job.
A list of recognised technical qualifications can be found at www.building.govt.nz
Employment pathways
Graduates of this certificate will have the skills and knowledge to work in the building regulatory environment.
Roles may include:
Technical support officers, vetting officers, Building Consent Authority administrators, warrant of fitness monitoring, Territorial Authority enforcement officers, code compliance certificate auditors, project/land information memorandum officers, planning check officers, customer service officer - building officer - fencing of swimming pools, construction related call centres representatives, administrators in construction companies, design practices, property companies, and facilities management.To find out more about employment opportunities click on the CareersNZ logo, then the provider who offers this qualification.
Entry Requirements
None.
Education Organisation 2 Organisations can assist in gaining this qualification
Developed By Waihanga Ara Rau Construction and Infrastructure Workforce Development Council
Quality Assured By New Zealand Qualifications Authority
Number 3029
Status Current
Created November 2015
Next Review September 2026
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