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Forest View High School (Tokoroa)

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This organisation may not be currently assessing standards in all areas of the DAS that are listed below. To confirm what is currently delivered and assessed, contact the organisation or visit its web site.

Sub-field consents to assess

Business Administration (to level 3)

Communication Skills (to level 5)

Horticulture (to level 1)

Primary Sector (to level 1)

Domain consents to assess

Accommodation Services (to level 1)

Accounting - Generic (to level 4)

Adventure Based Learning (to level 4)

Agricultural and Horticultural Science (to level 4)

Agricultural Resource Maintenance (to level 3)

Agricultural Vehicles and Machinery (to level 3)

Algebra (to level 4)

Alpine (to level 7)

Amenity Horticulture (to level 2)

Apparel Cutting and Sewing (to level 2)

Art History (to level 4)

Astronomy (to level 4)

Basic Residential Property Maintenance (to level 2)

Biblical Studies (to level 3)

Biochemistry (to level 4)

Biology (to level 4)

Building, Construction, and Allied Trades Skills (to level 3)

Business Studies (to level 3)

Calculus (to level 4)

Canoeing - Kayaking (to level 3)

Cattle Farming (to level 3)

Chemistry (to level 4)

Chinese (to level 4)

Christian Ethics (to level 3)

Christian Leadership (to level 3)

Christian Mission (to level 3)

Christian Theological Studies (to level 3)

Christian Worship and Preaching (to level 3)

Classical Studies (to level 4)

Composites (to level 2)

Computer Management (to level 3)

Computer Operations (to level 3)

Computer Support (to level 3)

Construction and Mechanical Technologies (to level 3)

Cook Islands M?ori (to level 4)

Cook Islands Tradition and Culture (to level 3)

Cookery (to level 2)

Cookery in Whare Kai (to level 2)

Core Electrical (to level 2)

Core Electronics (to level 2)

Core Electronics (to level 3)

Cycle Touring (to level 2)

Dairy Farming (to level 3)

Dance Choreography (to level 4)

Dance Performance (to level 4)

Dance Perspectives (to level 4)

Design - Computer Graphics (to level 4)

Design - Graphic Communication (to level 4)

Design and Visual Communication (to level 3)

Developing Christian Spirituality (to level 3)

Digital Technologies (to level 3)

Drama Creation (to level 4)

Drama Performance (to level 4)

Drama Studies (to level 4)

Driver Licence Class 1 (to level 2)

Earth and Space Science (to level 3)

Earth Science (to level 4)

Economics (to level 4)

Electronics Technology (to level 3)

Elementary Construction Skills (to level 2)

Empowering People with Disabilities (to level 2)

Engineering - Fabrication (to level 2)

Engineering - Materials (to level 2)

Engineering - Measurement (to level 2)

Engineering Core Skills (to level 2)

Engineering Drawing and Design (to level 2)

Engineering Machining and Toolmaking (to level 2)

English for Academic Purposes (to level 5)

English for Speakers of Other Languages (to level 5)

English Language (to level 5)

English Oral Language (to level 4)

English Visual Language (to level 4)

English Written Language (to level 4)

Entertainment and Event Technology (to level 3)

Environmental Education (to level 4)

Environmental Sustainability (to level 3)

Environmental Tourism M?ori (to level 3)

Exercise Prescription (to level 4)

Family, Community and Society Studies (to level 4)

Farming Skills (to level 3)

Fencing (to level 3)

Financial Capability (to level 3)

First Aid (to level 2)

Fitness Assessment and Individual Fitness Instruction (to level 4)

Fluid Power (to level 2)

Fluid Power - Hydraulics (to level 2)

Fluid Power - Pneumatics (to level 2)

Food and Beverage Service (to level 2)

Food Safety (to level 3)

Food Technology and Nutrition (to level 4)

Forest Establishment (to level 2)

Forest Foundation Skills (to level 2)

Forestry Knowledge (to level 2)

French (to level 4)

Furniture Making (to level 2)

Furniture Operations (to level 2)

Garden Retail (to level 1)

General Agriculture (to level 3)

Generic Computing (to level 4)

Generic Design (to level 3)

Generic Technology (to level 3)

Geography (to level 4)

Geometry (to level 4)

German (to level 4)

Governance of M?ori Authorities (to level 3)

Hangarau (to level 3)

Hauora (to level 3)

Hauora - W?hanga Ako (to level 3)

Health Education (to level 4)

History (to level 4)

History of Christianity (to level 3)

Home and Life Sciences - Textile Technology (to level 4)

Home Economics (to level 3)

Hospitality - Foundation Skills (to level 2)

Hospitality Operations (to level 2)

Human Services (to level 2)

Indonesian (to level 4)

Japanese (to level 4)

Kaupapa Hauora (to level 3)

Korean (to level 4)

K?rero (to level 4)

Latin (to level 4)

Lea Faka-Tonga (to level 4)

Legal Studies (to level 4)

Livestock Husbandry (to level 3)

Macro Economics (to level 4)

Maintenance and Diagnostics in Mechanical Engineering (to level 2)

Making Music (to level 4)

Mana Whakairo (to level 4)

Manaaki Marae - Takat? Kai (to level 3)

Manaaki Marae - Wh?ngai Manuhiri (to level 3)

M?ori Environmental Management (to level 3)

M?ori Environmental Practices (to level 3)

M?ori Geography (to level 4)

M?ori Management - Generic (to level 3)

M?ori Performance (to level 3)

M?ori Performing Arts Creation (to level 3)

M?tauranga Raranga (to level 2)

Mathematical Processes (to level 4)

Mathematical Studies (to level 4)

Measurement (to level 4)

Mechanical Assembly (to level 2)

Mechanical Engineering Technology (to level 2)

Media Studies (to level 4)

Merchandising and Marketing (to level 2)

Micro Economics (to level 4)

Microbiology (to level 4)

Molecular Biology (to level 4)

Motor Industry - Introductory Skills (to level 3)

Mountain Biking (to level 3)

Mountain Craft (to level 3)

Music Studies (to level 4)

Music Technology (to level 4)

New M?ori Dance (to level 3)

New M?ori Music (to level 3)

New Zealand Sign Language (to level 4)

Ng? K?rero o Neher? (to level 3)

Ng? Tikanga P?p?ho M?ori (to level 3)

Ng? Toi (to level 3)

Niue Arts (to level 4)

Niue Crafts (to level 4)

Niue Music (to level 4)

Niue Tradition and Culture (to level 4)

Non Commercial Forestry Skills (to level 2)

Number (to level 4)

Nursery Production (to level 2)

Outdoor Navigation (to level 3)

Pacific Change and Development (to level 3)

Pacific Indigenous Knowledge (to level 3)

Pacific Societies (to level 3)

P?ngarau (to level 4)

P?ngarau (to level 3)

P?nui (to level 4)

Performing Arts Technology (to level 4)

Personal Financial Management (to level 3)

Pest Control (to level 3)

Physical Education (to level 4)

Physics (to level 4)

Plant Pest, Weed, and Disease Control (to level 3)

Practical Art (to level 4)

Preliminary Journalism Skills (to level 3)

Probability (to level 4)

Processing Technologies (to level 3)

Psychology (to level 4)

P?taiao (to level 4)

P?taiao (to level 3)

Quantitative Methods (to level 4)

Raranga (to level 2)

Recreation and Sport - Management (to level 4)

Retail and Distribution Core Skills (to level 2)

Retail and Distribution Management (to level 2)

Retail and Wholesale Visual Merchandising (to level 2)

Retail Delicatessen (to level 2)

Retail Produce (to level 2)

Rock Climbing (to level 3)

Sales Transactions (to level 2)

Samoan (to level 4)

Science - Core (to level 4)

Self-Management (to level 4)

Service in Whare Kai (to level 2)

Service Sector - Core Skills (to level 3)

Service Sector Skills (to level 1)

Sheep Farming (to level 3)

Social and Cooperative Skills (to level 4)

Social Studies (to level 4)

Sociology (to level 4)

Software Development - Design (to level 3)

Software Development - Multimedia (to level 3)

Software Development - Programming (to level 3)

Software Development - System Assurance and Documentation (to level 3)

Spanish (to level 4)

Sport Management (to level 4)

Sport Officiating (to level 4)

Sports Practice (to level 4)

Sports Skills (to level 4)

Statistics (to level 4)

Stock Control (to level 2)

Supported Learning - Interpersonal and Social Skills (to level 4)

Supported Learning - Perceptual Awareness Skills (to level 4)

Supported Learning - Personal Care Skills (to level 4)

Supported Learning - Personal, Community and Work Skills (to level 4)

Supported Learning - Work and Community Skills (to level 4)

T?niko (to level 2)

Taonga (to level 2)

Taonga Puoro (to level 3)

Te Aho Wahine (to level 3)

Te Ara Nunumi - ?-Kiko (to level 3)

Te Ara Nunumi - ?-Mahara (to level 3)

Te Ara Nunumi - ?-Wairua (to level 3)

Te Ara Tauira Whakairo (to level 4)

Te M?tauranga M?ori Wh?nui (to level 3)

Te Mau R?kau (to level 3)

Te Parawhakawai (to level 3)

Te Rangatiratanga Mau R?kau (to level 3)

Te Reo Rangatira (to level 3)

Te Whakamahi Whenua (to level 3)

Te Whakatangi (to level 3)

Te Whakat?nanatanga (to level 3)

Technology - General Education (to level 4)

Text and Information Management - Generic (to level 3)

Tikanga ?-Iwi (to level 3)

Tikanga Concepts (to level 3)

Tikanga in Whare Kai (to level 2)

Tikanga Issues (to level 3)

Tikanga Practices (to level 3)

Tikanga-?-Iwi (to level 4)

Timber Yarding (to level 2)

Toi Whakairo (to level 4)

Tourism M?ori Practices (to level 3)

Tramping (to level 4)

Trigonometry (to level 4)

Tuhituhi (to level 4)

Understanding Religion (to level 3)

Vagahau Niue (to level 4)

Visitor Services (to level 2)

W?hi Tapu (to level 3)

Weather Interpretation in the Outdoors (to level 4)

Welding (to level 2)

Whakaraupapa Whakairo (to level 4)

Whakarongo (to level 4)

Wh?nau Ora (to level 3)

Wh?riki (to level 2)

Whatu (to level 2)

Wholesale (to level 2)

Wood Manufacturing Foundation Skills (to level 2)

Work and Study Skills (to level 4)

Standard consents to assess

Amenity Horticulture

2765 Plant trees or shrubs under close supervision (level 2) View details »

1667 Use and maintain small, powered amenity machinery and equipment (level 3) View details »

Apparel Cutting and Sewing

5302 Cut single ply material by shears in the clothing industry (level 2) View details »

4838 Demonstrate knowledge of clothing materials in the clothing industry (level 2) View details »

1540 Set up, adjust, and operate a domestic lockstitch sewing machine (level 2) View details »

Automotive Administration

248 Describe an apprenticeship employment agreement for the automotive and related industries (level 2) View details »

225 Identify the occupational areas and structure of the New Zealand Automotive Industry (level 1) View details »

Automotive Electrical and Electronics

29371 Demonstrate knowledge of automotive electrical principles and circuit testing (level 3) View details »

235 Demonstrate knowledge of automotive ignition systems and their operation (level 2) View details »

30574 Demonstrate knowledge of ignition systems (level 3) View details »

30571 Demonstrate knowledge of the principles and testing of automotive electrical circuits (level 3) View details »

21676 Select test equipment and test an automotive electrical circuit (level 2) View details »

233 Service a lead-acid automotive battery (level 2) View details »

30556 Service an automotive battery (level 3) View details »

232 Test an automotive electrical circuit (level 2) View details »

30558 Test and repair automotive electrical circuits (level 3) View details »

Automotive Fuel Systems and Exhaust

30436 Demonstrate knowledge of an electronic fuel injection (EFI) system (level 3) View details »

240 Demonstrate knowledge of petrol fuel systems (level 3) View details »

Automotive Preventative Maintenance

237 Describe automotive brake, steering, and suspension systems, and their operation (level 2) View details »

245 Select and apply lubricants and sealants for automotive and related industry applications (level 2) View details »

Automotive Preventive Maintenance

21680 Demonstrate knowledge of automotive lubricants and sealants (level 3) View details »

229 Identify the general locations and functions of motor vehicle systems and main components (level 2) View details »

21690 Perform general servicing checks on a motor vehicle (level 2) View details »

21869 Remove and replace road wheels on a vehicle (level 2) View details »

21716 Select and apply lubricants and sealants for automotive and related industry applications (level 2) View details »

Automotive Workshop Engineering

21671 Carry out general engineering tasks in the motor industry (level 2) View details »

227 Carry out general engineering tasks to repair and make automotive components (level 2) View details »

21682 Demonstrate knowledge of an oxy-acetylene welding plant in the motor industry (level 2) View details »

30570 Demonstrate knowledge of welding in the motor industry (level 3) View details »

230 Repair and manufacture automotive components by oxy-acetylene gas welding (level 2) View details »

228 Select and use hand tools and workshop equipment for an automotive application (level 2) View details »

21859 Select and use hand tools and workshop equipment for an automotive application (level 2) View details »

21685 Use an oxy-acetylene welding plant in the motor industry (level 2) View details »

Business Administration Services

21866 Demonstrate knowledge required in medical administration roles, and produce medical documents (level 4) View details »

335 Prepare computerised payroll and related administration records using payroll software (level 4) View details »

21867 Process medical records and related information using a computerised patient database (level 4) View details »

Business Information Processing

109 Apply text processing skills to produce specialist documents (level 4) View details »

113 Produce business or organisational information using advanced word processing functions (level 4) View details »

106 Transcribe dictation at 100 words per minute (wpm) (level 4) View details »

Canoeing - Kayaking

19430 Demonstrate knowledge of and maintain equipment used for sea kayaking (level 3) View details »

19429 Demonstrate rescue procedures for sea kayaking in close proximity to landing sites (level 4) View details »

19432 Demonstrate sea kayaking skills on open water (level 4) View details »

489 Demonstrate sea kayaking skills on sheltered or slow-moving water (level 2) View details »

19428 Prepare for sea kayaking and demonstrate sea kayaking skills in sheltered sea conditions (level 3) View details »

20128 Roll a sea kayak (level 2) View details »

Career Education

30692 Perform basic calculations used in a given trade situation (level 2) View details »

Carpentry Theory

12998 Demonstrate knowledge of carpentry hand tools (level 3) View details »

13000 Demonstrate knowledge of portable power tools used on construction sites (level 3) View details »

12999 Demonstrate knowledge of timber machining equipment used on construction sites (level 3) View details »

13002 Demonstrate knowledge of timber used in construction (level 3) View details »

24378 Perform building calculations (level 3) View details »

Catering Services

22885 Apply knowledge of menu adaptation and resource requirements for preparing food for catering services (level 3) View details »

27951 Provide trayline services for a catering services operation (level 3) View details »

Civil Defence Operation

528 Demonstrate survival techniques for a Civil Defence emergency (level 2) View details »

Community Support Services

27833 Support people to use assistive equipment and move in a health or wellbeing setting (level 3) View details »

Cookery

13343 Demonstrate knowledge of nutrition in commercial catering (level 3) View details »

24525 Perform food costing calculations in a commercial hospitality environment (level 3) View details »

Core Construction

12997 Demonstrate knowledge of safe working practices on construction sites (level 3) View details »

Core Driving Knowledge and Skills

17676 Carry out a pre-start vehicle check on a vehicle or machine, and start and shut down the vehicle or machine (level 2) View details »

3462 Demonstrate knowledge of traffic law for the purpose of safe driving (level 2) View details »

20969 Demonstrate procedures when a light motor vehicle has broken down (level 1) View details »

3465 Describe driving hazards and crash risk reduction strategies and responses to driving hazards (level 2) View details »

3467 Describe dynamics, and techniques for managing dynamics, of light motor vehicles (level 2) View details »

Core Electrical

29465 Apply knowledge of electrical safety and safe working practices for electrical workers (level 3) View details »

29445 Demonstrate and apply knowledge of single-phase and three-phase transformers (level 4) View details »

29480 Demonstrate knowledge of electric circuit design, control, and protection (level 3) View details »

5929 Demonstrate knowledge of hazardous areas and their electrical requirements (level 4) View details »

29479 Draw and explain electrical diagrams (level 3) View details »

15844 Select and install flexible cords (level 3) View details »

Core Electronics

8211 Demonstrate and apply knowledge of switching power supplies (level 4) View details »

Electrical Installation and Maintenance

16409 Fit-off an electrical installation (level 3) View details »

15867 Install, wire, and test lights in existing installations (level 3) View details »

15868 Install, wire, and test power outlets in existing installations (level 3) View details »

29422 Install, wire, test and fault-find, and repair power outlets and electric lighting systems in existing installations (level 4) View details »

29419 Prepare for, install, test, and commission new electrical installations (level 4) View details »

Electronic Installation and Maintenance

8213 Diagnose and repair a faulty microprocessor or microcontroller system (level 4) View details »

Electrotechnology

26727 Describe and apply techniques for identifying and locating faults in electrotechnology products or systems (level 3) View details »

Engine Repairs

928 Demonstrate knowledge of, and repair a manual starting system on a small engine (level 2) View details »

Engineering - Materials

29550 Demonstrate basic knowledge of common engineering metals (level 2) View details »

20799 Demonstrate knowledge of common engineering metals (level 3) View details »

4797 Demonstrate knowledge of the composition of common engineering metals (level 3) View details »

29551 Demonstrate knowledge of the strength, mechanical properties, and treatment of engineering metals (level 3) View details »

Engineering Drawing and Design

2436 Create three-dimensional engineering models using CAD software under supervision (level 3) View details »

29654 Demonstrate knowledge of and interpret mechanical engineering drawings and geometric tolerancing (level 2) View details »

21910 Interpret mechanical engineering drawings (level 3) View details »

20802 Produce detailed two-dimensional engineering drawings using CAD software under supervision (level 3) View details »

Engineering Patternmaking

29634 Make patterns and/or tooling under supervision for use in industry (level 3) View details »

2364 Make wooden patterns and/or tooling under supervision for use in industry (level 3) View details »

Engines

243 Carry out basic tuning on a four stroke petrol engine under supervision (level 2) View details »

24276 Demonstrate knowledge of manual starting systems used on small engines (level 2) View details »

30477 Demonstrate knowledge of petrol and diesel engines (level 3) View details »

231 Demonstrate knowledge of the operation of two and four stroke petrol and diesel engines (level 2) View details »

244 Disassemble and reassemble a four stroke multi-cylinder engine to a running state (level 2) View details »

21691 Disassemble and reassemble a single cylinder or multi-cylinder four stroke engine under supervision (level 1) View details »

24277 Inspect manual starting system components and rectify component faults on a small engine (level 3) View details »

Equine Care

1624 Care for a horse's paddock, and horses in a paddock (level 3) View details »

1648 Clean stables (level 2) View details »

1656 Groom a horse (level 2) View details »

1650 Prepare a horse for travel by road, and load and unload (level 3) View details »

Equine Health

1651 Recognise signs of good health, ill health, common ailments, and lameness in horses (level 3) View details »

Equine Industry

1658 Demonstrate knowledge of the nature and requirements of a career in the equine industry (level 1) View details »

Equine Training

1660 Identify, catch, and prepare a horse for exercise (level 2) View details »

Equitation

1618 Ride a horse for exercise (level 2) View details »

Exercise Prescription

6573 Demonstrate ability to manage nutritional concerns and body composition with professional assistance (level 5) View details »

25993 Demonstrate knowledge of exercise prescription for children and adolescents (level 5) View details »

25989 Design, implement and evaluate an exercise programme for an identified special population (level 5) View details »

6574 Prescribe an advanced physical activity programme to meet specific performance goals (level 6) View details »

Farming Skills

24627 Describe a feed budget, and the management of pasture surplus or deficit (level 4) View details »

Financial Skills

1852 Prepare a revenue statement and balance sheet (level 4) View details »

Fire and Rescue Services - Generic Fire Fighting

3270 Establish and deliver water supplies for fire fighting (level 2) View details »

Fire and Rescue Services - Vegetation

3286 Control vegetation fires using dry fire fighting techniques (level 3) View details »

3285 Demonstrate knowledge of protection of personal safety at vegetation fires (level 3) View details »

21417 Operate light portable pumps in a vegetation fire environment (level 2) View details »

3287 Suppress vegetation fires with water and with water with additives (level 3) View details »

First Aid

6400 Manage first aid in an emergency situation (level 3) View details »

6401 Provide first aid (level 2) View details »

Fitness Assessment and Exercise Instruction

30833 Adapt and demonstrate standard and advanced exercise techniques to meet exercise participant needs (level 5) View details »

30933 Demonstrate exercise and stretching techniques (level 3) View details »

Fitness Education

505 Manage personal physical fitness with guidance (level 1) View details »

Food and Beverage Service

27953 Monitor food service staff to ensure the provision of hospitality sales and service opportunities to customers (level 4) View details »

27959 Prepare for food service in a quick service restaurant (level 3) View details »

27942 Provide buffet service in a hospitality establishment (level 3) View details »

27934 Provide food service in a quick service restaurant (level 3) View details »

Forest Foundation Skills

22994 Demonstrate knowledge of factors that affect the performance of forestry workers (level 3) View details »

Forest Operations

17772 Demonstrate knowledge of environmental requirements in forestry operations (level 3) View details »

6916 Demonstrate knowledge of the rules relating to chainsaw use (level 2) View details »

Furniture Finishing

25526 Apply preparation coatings to furniture surfaces using air-assisted spray equipment (level 2) View details »

25525 Apply preparation coatings to furniture surfaces using conventional spray equipment (level 2) View details »

25523 Apply stains to furniture surfaces using conventional spray methods (level 3) View details »

25524 Apply stains to furniture surfaces using wiping methods (level 3) View details »

2206 Demonstrate knowledge of safety requirements and safely handle hazardous substances used in furniture finishing (level 2) View details »

3152 Prepare wooden furniture surfaces and apply grain filler (level 2) View details »

17740 Rectify faults in furniture surfaces for furniture finishing (level 2) View details »

Furniture Making

25532 Assemble non-show wood dining chair seat frames (level 2) View details »

25533 Assemble non-show wood lounge chair or settee frames (level 3) View details »

16231 Calculate lengths, areas, and costs and percentages of waste for furniture making (level 2) View details »

18918 Construct a furniture carcase (level 2) View details »

14995 Construct free-hand drawings for use in furniture making (level 2) View details »

18917 Construct hand joints for furniture (level 2) View details »

14998 Construct isometric and oblique drawings for use in furniture making (level 3) View details »

14996 Construct working drawings for use in furniture making (level 3) View details »

16230 Demonstrate knowledge of and use adhesives in furniture making (level 2) View details »

20047 Hand turn wood to produce furniture articles (level 2) View details »

25536 Operate a bandsaw to produce furniture components (level 2) View details »

25551 Operate a dimension saw to produce square profiled furniture components (level 2) View details »

25550 Operate a straight cutting saw to cut square profiled furniture components (level 2) View details »

2216 Recognise and confirm furniture job specifications (level 2) View details »

25537 Set a bandsaw to cut furniture components (level 3) View details »

18909 Set and operate a basic planing machine to produce simple wooden furniture components (level 2) View details »

9785 Set and operate a flat bed sander to sand wooden furniture components (level 2) View details »

9786 Set and operate a sanding machine to sand shaped furniture components (level 2) View details »

2220 Set and operate a single boring machine to bore holes in furniture components (level 2) View details »

25552 Set and operate a surface planer to bevel, rebate, and taper wooden furniture components (level 3) View details »

25553 Set and operate a thicknesser to splay and taper wooden furniture components (level 3) View details »

2199 Use and maintain hand tools for furniture making (level 2) View details »

16232 Use basic portable power tools for furniture making (level 2) View details »

18915 Use fixing hardware in furniture making (level 2) View details »

Furniture Operations

16235 Demonstrate knowledge of manufactured boards used in furniture operations (level 2) View details »

25569 Demonstrate knowledge of timber types and insect attack in furniture operations (level 2) View details »

General Agriculture

24544 Analyse soil health status, and determine on-farm strategies for improvement (level 4) View details »

23543 Describe compliance requirements, and develop a health and safety plan, for a rural workplace (level 4) View details »

Hauora

29583 From a M?ori world view describe the key elements of hinengaro, tinana, wairua and wh?nau (level 1) View details »

Health and Disability Principles in Practice

1818 Describe the value of relationships in people's lives in a health or wellbeing setting (level 3) View details »

Hospitality - Foundation Skills

19771 Prepare, cook and present seafood in the hospitality industry (level 2) View details »

Hospitality - Gambling

18174 Produce Weekly and Unpaid Prize Reports, and process banking in a Class 4 gambling environment (level 2) View details »

18176 Provide gaming machine information to customers in a Class 4 gambling environment (level 2) View details »

Hospitality - Generic

14466 Demonstrate knowledge of maintaining a safe and secure environment for people in the hospitality industry (level 2) View details »

14469 Provide customers with information about an establishment in the hospitality industry (level 2) View details »

Hospitality - Specific Skills

22604 Demonstrate knowledge of the requirements of a doorperson in the hospitality industry (level 3) View details »

Human Anatomy, Physiology and Nutrition

6571 Demonstrate knowledge of micro and macro nutrients and nutritional imbalances (level 3) View details »

30636 Demonstrate knowledge of the human body and its movement during exercise and stretching (level 3) View details »

Introductory Primary Sector Knowledge

29633 Demonstrate understanding of the New Zealand primary sectors and industries (level 2) View details »

Motor Industry - Introductory Skills

29580 Demonstrate good work habits and safe work practices in the automotive industry (level 2) View details »

30478 Demonstrate knowledge of automotive lubricants (level 2) View details »

21668 Demonstrate knowledge of cleaning automotive components (level 2) View details »

21670 Demonstrate knowledge of general engineering tasks in the motor industry (level 2) View details »

29579 Demonstrate knowledge of good work habits and safe work practices in the automotive industry (level 2) View details »

21669 Demonstrate knowledge of hand tools and workshop equipment for motor industry applications (level 2) View details »

30475 Demonstrate knowledge of motor industry engineering tasks (level 2) View details »

15408 Demonstrate knowledge of motor vehicle documentation and primary systems of a vehicle (level 2) View details »

16113 Demonstrate knowledge of safe working practices in an automotive workshop (level 2) View details »

30476 Demonstrate knowledge of tools and equipment used in the motor industry (level 2) View details »

3856 Identify emergency procedures in the motor and related industries (level 3) View details »

21857 Identify the occupational areas and structure of the New Zealand motor industry (level 2) View details »

Mountain Craft

20139 Apply technical mountain craft techniques on multi-day expeditions on glaciated terrain (level 4) View details »

20140 Demonstrate technical mountain craft skills (level 4) View details »

New M?ori Dance

22761 Choreograph and present new M?ori dance (level 3) View details »

Nursery Production

20563 Demonstrate knowledge of nursery production systems (level 3) View details »

29836 Pack and dispatch pre-graded nursery plant products and complete documentation (level 3) View details »

20565 Pack and dispatch pre-graded nursery products (level 3) View details »

20555 Prepare and use soil-less growing media (level 3) View details »

Occupational Health and Safety Practice

497 Demonstrate knowledge of workplace health and safety requirements (level 1) View details »

On-farm Milk Quality

28938 Assist with the maintenance of a milking plant and farm dairy equipment (level 3) View details »

Outdoor Experiences

428 Demonstrate tramping skills for multi-night tramping as a member of a group (level 3) View details »

Outdoor Navigation

432 Navigate in poor visibility on land (level 4) View details »

Pest Control

21559 Describe, plan, and manage a weed control programme (level 4) View details »

Plant Pest, Weed, and Disease Control

21565 Manage agrichemicals in accordance with NZS 8409:2004 (level 4) View details »

27214 Plan, implement, and evaluate a weed control programme (level 4) View details »

Primary Sector Core Skills

31656 Demonstrate knowledge of safe work practices in a primary industry operation (level 2) View details »

22174 Demonstrate knowledge of soils and fertilisers (level 2) View details »

19145 Describe hydration, nutrition, and sleep in relation to physical well-being of primary industry workers (level 2) View details »

19138 Describe weather, climate and micro-climate characteristics, and interpret weather maps for a primary industry operation (level 2) View details »

2803 Maintain a documented work record for a primary industry operation (level 2) View details »

4 Maintain hand tools and service small engines used in a primary industry operation (level 2) View details »

19143 Perform calculations in a primary industry context (level 2) View details »

Primary Sector Resources Management

23705 Describe human resource management in a primary industry operation (level 4) View details »

Production Horticulture

22188 Demonstrate knowledge of irrigation systems used in horticulture (level 2) View details »

829 Demonstrate knowledge of plant nomenclature (level 2) View details »

22178 Demonstrate knowledge of plant processes and plant life cycles (level 3) View details »

771 Demonstrate knowledge of the production horticulture industry in New Zealand (level 3) View details »

22177 Demonstrate knowledge of the structure and function of plants (level 2) View details »

29829 Demonstrate understanding of plant structure, functions and processes (level 3) View details »

22175 Demonstrate understanding of soil properties and their effect on plant growth (level 3) View details »

29499 Identify a range of plants by botanical and common name, and their basic features (level 2) View details »

20574 Identify plants (level 2) View details »

12395 Install an irrigation system (level 3) View details »

29505 Propagate plant material by division under close supervision (level 2) View details »

Project Management

21336 Lead a team to achieve a project outcome (level 5) View details »

30362 Lead aspects of a project(s) under broad guidance (level 4) View details »

Public Sector Core Skills

14949 Demonstrate introductory knowledge and understanding of New Zealand law (level 3) View details »

14951 Demonstrate introductory knowledge and understanding of New Zealand local government (level 4) View details »

19901 Demonstrate introductory knowledge of the public sector financial management system (level 3) View details »

17213 Demonstrate knowledge of a public sector code of conduct and the Protected Disclosures Act (level 3) View details »

19900 Demonstrate knowledge of the development of New Zealand central government (level 3) View details »

19895 Demonstrate knowledge of the structure and role of the State sector, Parliament and Government (level 4) View details »

19903 Describe the election and formation of government and implications for public sector employees (level 3) View details »

Public Sector M?ori

14950 Describe Te Tiriti o Waitangi/Treaty of Waitangi and its application in the public sector (level 3) View details »

Recreation and Sport - Coaching and Instruction

21646 Apply basic principles of biomechanics to a selected sport (level 3) View details »

21648 Apply basic psychological skills to sports performance (level 3) View details »

22768 Conduct and review a beginner level coaching session (level 3) View details »

22771 Plan beginner-level coaching sessions for sport participants (level 3) View details »

Recreation and Sport - Core Skills

21649 Apply knowledge of basic anatomy to the performance of sport skills (level 2) View details »

20673 Demonstrate knowledge of injuries, injury prevention and risks and hazards associated with sport or recreation (level 3) View details »

29848 Demonstrate knowledge of safe work procedures and practices in a recreation workplace (level 3) View details »

13377 Identify and manage hazards and risks in relation to a recreation activity and environment (level 3) View details »

Rock Climbing

20156 Demonstrate lead climbing on single-pitch rock climbing routes using natural and placed protection (level 4) View details »

Saddlery

6579 Clean and maintain saddlery for horses (level 2) View details »

Self-Management

9696 Apply a problem-solving model (level 4) View details »

9695 Examine problem-solving models and explain associated techniques (level 3) View details »

Sensory Support

28527 Carry out vision and hearing screening tests for children in a health or wellbeing setting (level 3) View details »

23375 Describe hearing impairment (level 3) View details »

24895 Describe the visual system and vision impairment (level 3) View details »

28526 Record, interpret, and explain vision and hearing screening results for children in a health or wellbeing setting (level 4) View details »

23377 Use visual strategies for communicating with Deaf and hearing impaired people (level 3) View details »

Service Delivery

11815 Answer customer enquiries on the telephone in a wide range of contexts (level 3) View details »

27927 Apply health, safety and security practices to service delivery operations (level 3) View details »

11818 Demonstrate and apply product and/or service knowledge (level 3) View details »

376 Employ customer service techniques to accommodate customer behavioural styles in a workplace (level 3) View details »

28145 Interact with customers in a service delivery context (level 2) View details »

27928 Interact with other staff, managers and customers to provide service delivery outcomes (level 3) View details »

62 Maintain personal presentation and a positive attitude in a workplace involving customer contact (level 2) View details »

28146 Prepare for and handle payment transactions in a service delivery context (level 3) View details »

57 Provide customer service (level 2) View details »

378 Provide customer service for international visitors (level 3) View details »

11816 Respond to customer enquiries by writing in a range of contexts (level 3) View details »

Timber Machining

17960 Perform basic calculations for the operation of wood forming machines and grinders (level 2) View details »

Travel

26461 Demonstrate knowledge of Asian countries as tourist destinations (level 3) View details »

18211 Demonstrate knowledge of Australia as a visitor destination (level 3) View details »

26462 Demonstrate knowledge of Central American or South American countries as tourist destinations (level 3) View details »

26463 Demonstrate knowledge of European countries as tourist destinations (level 3) View details »

26464 Demonstrate knowledge of Middle Eastern or African countries as tourist destinations (level 3) View details »

18212 Demonstrate knowledge of New Zealand as a tourist destination (level 3) View details »

3727 Demonstrate knowledge of Pacific Island countries as visitor destinations (level 3) View details »

18213 Demonstrate knowledge of the United Kingdom and Eire as a tourist destination (level 3) View details »

18214 Demonstrate knowledge of the United States and Canada as a tourist destination (level 3) View details »

Tyres

21722 Balance wheels off a vehicle in the motor industry (level 2) View details »

238 Remove and replace wheels and tyres, and balance wheels (level 2) View details »

Vehicle Bodywork

3885 Demonstrate knowledge of and use an oxy-acetylene welding plant in the motor body industry (level 2) View details »

21701 Demonstrate knowledge of exterior and interior motor body parts and trim in the motor industry (level 2) View details »

24082 Demonstrate knowledge of fabricating a new motor body panel in the motor body industry (level 3) View details »

21703 Demonstrate knowledge of masking, primers, and primer fillers in the collision repair industry (level 2) View details »

21697 Demonstrate knowledge of repairing minor panel damage and shrinking a repair in the collision repair industry (level 3) View details »

399 Detail and groom a vehicle (level 2) View details »

21694 Mask a repair for priming; and prime, fill, and sand a repair in the motor body industry (level 2) View details »

16098 Perform safe work practices in the motor industry (level 2) View details »

24081 Prepare and fabricate a new motor body panel in the motor body industry (level 3) View details »

21695 Repair minor panel damage, shrink, and metal finish a repair in the collision repair industry (level 3) View details »

Vehicle Braking Systems

30568 Demonstrate knowledge of brake systems (level 3) View details »

21720 Demonstrate knowledge of motorcycle, car, light and heavy commercial vehicle braking systems (level 2) View details »

Vehicle Steering and Suspension

30566 Demonstrate knowledge of steering and suspension systems (level 3) View details »

21721 Demonstrate knowledge of vehicle steering and suspension systems (level 2) View details »

Visitor Services

18228 Demonstrate knowledge of specific New Zealand regions as tourist destinations (level 3) View details »

23766 Demonstrate knowledge of the tourism industry (level 3) View details »

24725 Describe and analyse the economic impact of tourism (level 3) View details »

23763 Describe and process retail payments in a tourism workplace (level 3) View details »

24733 Describe and promote a New Zealand tourist destination (level 3) View details »

23755 Identify and self-evaluate the demands of a specific role in a tourism workplace (level 3) View details »

Welding

2679 Join metals using the torch brazing and soldering processes (level 3) View details »

2678 Join steel using the oxyacetylene welding process (level 3) View details »

Windsurfing

462 Demonstrate shortboard sailing techniques (level 3) View details »

461 Demonstrate windsurfing techniques on a longboard (level 3) View details »

460 Windsurf in winds of less than 10 knots and a chop of less than 40cm (level 2) View details »

Wood Manufacturing Foundation Skills

19794 Demonstrate knowledge of business basics in the wood manufacturing industry (level 3) View details »

Wood Panel Manufacturing Skills

21482 Demonstrate knowledge of the wood panels industry and its products (level 2) View details »

Wood Product Manufacturing Skills

17964 Demonstrate knowledge of the wood product manufacturing industry (level 2) View details »

24607 Wrap wood products manually (level 2) View details »

Work and Study Skills

377 Demonstrate knowledge of diversity in workplaces (level 2) View details »

11827 Demonstrate knowledge of, and prepare to participate in, organisational change (level 3) View details »