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Te Pukenga - New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology (Invercargill)

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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.

Field consents to assess

Sub-field consents to assess

Adult Education and Training (to level 7)

Agriculture (to level 6)

Animal Care and Handling (to level 6)

Architecture (to level 6)

Beauty Services (to level 2)

Business Administration (to level 3)

Civil Defence (to level 2)

Civil Defence Emergency Management (to level 2)

Cleaning and Caretaking (to level 2)

Clothing Manufacture (to level 4)

Communication Skills (to level 5)

Community Recreation (to level 6)

Community Support (to level 6)

Computing (to level 3)

Construction (to level 6)

Contact Centres (to level 3)

Core Generic (to level 4)

Dance (to level 6)

Design (to level 4)

Distribution (to level 3)

Drama (to level 6)

Driving (to level 2)

Educational Administration (to level 7)

Electrical Engineering (to level 6)

Electronic Engineering (to level 6)

Electronics Technology (to level 6)

English (to level 4)

Exercise (to level 7)

Fitness (to level 6)

Food and Related Products Processing (to level 2)

Forestry (to level 4)

Generic Education and Training (to level 7)

Health and Physical Education (to level 2)

Home and Life Sciences (to level 2)

Horticulture (to level 4)

Hospitality (to level 6)

Human Services (to level 6)

Industrial Measurement and Control (to level 6)

Joinery (to level 5)

Journalism (to level 5)

M?ori Business and Management (to level 6)

M?ori Performing Arts (to level 4)

Mathematics (to level 3)

Mau R?kau (to level 4)

Mechanical Engineering (to level 6)

Motor Industry (to level 5)

Music (to level 6)

Ng? Mahi a te Whare Pora (to level 4)

Occupational Health and Safety (to level 7)

Outdoor Recreation (to level 6)

Painting and Decorating (to level 4)

Performing Arts General (to level 6)

Pest Management (to level 4)

Plumbing, Gasfitting and Drainlaying (to level 5)

Pork Production (to level 5)

Primary Sector (to level 6)

Public Health (to level 2)

Quantity Surveying (to level 6)

Recreation and Sport (to level 6)

Reo M?ori (to level 4)

Retail and Wholesale (to level 3)

Retail, Distribution, and Sales (to level 3)

Rural Contracting (to level 6)

Science (to level 3)

Service Sector Skills (to level 3)

Snowsport (to level 6)

Social Science Studies (to level 4)

Social Services (to level 4)

Solid Wood Processing (to level 2)

Special Education (to level 4)

Sport (to level 6)

Supported Learning (to level 2)

Technology (to level 2)

Tikanga (to level 4)

Tourism (to level 6)

Tourism M?ori (to level 5)

Visual Arts (to level 4)

Wood Manufacturing - Generic Skills (to level 2)

Wood Processing Technology (to level 2)

Wool Harvesting (to level 3)

Domain consents to assess

Accounting - Middle Level (to level 5)

Adult Literacy Educator (to level 6)

Agricultural and Horticultural Science (to level 4)

Animal Product Examination (to level 5)

Apparel and Textile Manufacturing - Workplace Skills (to level 2)

Architectural Aluminium Joinery (to level 4)

Aromatherapy (to level 6)

Banking Functions (to level 5)

Barbering (to level 4)

Basic Residential Property Maintenance (to level 2)

Beauty Therapy (to level 5)

Bicycle Sales and Servicing (to level 4)

Boning Operations (to level 5)

Building, Construction, and Allied Trades Skills (to level 2)

Carpentry (to level 5)

Carpentry Theory (to level 5)

Commercial Road Transport Skills (to level 4)

Community Support Services (to level 6)

Complementary Therapies (to level 6)

Construction and Mechanical Technologies (to level 3)

Contact Centre Management (to level 4)

Core Construction (to level 5)

Core Driving Knowledge and Skills (to level 4)

Core Health (to level 6)

Cosmetology (to level 5)

Driver Licence Classes (to level 4)

Driver Licence Endorsements (to level 3)

Early Childhood: Educational Theory and Practice (to level 2)

Electrical Apparatus in Explosive Atmospheres - Compliance (to level 6)

Electrical Apparatus in Explosive Atmospheres - Operations (to level 6)

Electricity Networks (to level 5)

Electricity Supply - Core Skills (to level 5)

Electricity Supply - Distribution Networks (to level 5)

Electricity Supply - Live Work (to level 5)

Electricity Supply - Utilisation (to level 5)

Electricity Utilisation (to level 5)

Elementary Construction Skills (to level 2)

English for Academic Purposes (to level 5)

English for Speakers of Other Languages (to level 5)

English Language (to level 5)

Equine Care (to level 4)

Equine Health (to level 4)

Equine Husbandry (to level 3)

Equine Training (to level 4)

Equitation (to level 3)

Farriery (to level 3)

Film and Television Camera (to level 4)

Film and Television Foundation Skills (to level 3)

Financial Advice (to level 4)

Financial Markets (to level 5)

Financial Services - Administration (to level 5)

Financial Services - Organisational Skills (to level 5)

Financial Services - Professional Practice (to level 5)

Financial Services - Relationship Management (to level 5)

Finger Jointing (to level 2)

Fire and Rescue Services - Structural and Industrial (to level 3)

First Aid (to level 6)

First Line Management (to level 5)

Fitness Education (to level 7)

Food Production - Beverages (to level 3)

Garden Retail (to level 4)

Generic Engineering (to level 6)

Hairdressing (to level 5)

Health and Disability Principles in Practice (to level 6)

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

Industrial Composites (to level 6)

Interpersonal Communications (to level 5)

Management - Developing and Coordinating People (to level 5)

Manufacturing Processes (to level 4)

M?ori Geography (to level 4)

Massage (to level 6)

Materials Technology (to level 3)

Meat Industry - Rendering (to level 5)

Meat Industry Generic (to level 5)

Meat Manufacturing (to level 5)

Meat Processing - Core Skills (to level 5)

Meat Quality (to level 5)

Meat Retail Butchery (to level 2)

Meat Retailing (to level 2)

Mental Health and Addiction Support (to level 6)

Merchandising and Marketing (to level 4)

Mortgage Broking (to level 5)

Older Persons' Health and Wellbeing (to level 6)

Outdoor Equipment (to level 6)

Painting and Decorating (to level 5)

P?ngarau (to level 3)

People Development and Coordination (to level 5)

Pharmacy Services (to level 5)

Pole and Post Manufacturing (to level 2)

Powered Industrial Lift Trucks (to level 3)

Pre and Post Slaughter and Dressing (to level 5)

Primary Products Food Processing - Core Skills (to level 5)

Primary Products Food Processing - Operational Skills (to level 5)

Production Composites (to level 6)

Psychology (to level 5)

Radio (to level 2)

Raranga (to level 4)

Retail and Distribution Management (to level 6)

Riding for the Disabled (to level 3)

Saddlery (to level 4)

Sales Promotion (to level 4)

Salon Skills (to level 4)

Saw Doctoring (to level 2)

Sawmilling (to level 2)

Security Staff Services (to level 4)

Specification and Design Composites (to level 6)

Supporting People with Disabilities (to level 6)

Systems and Resources Management (to level 5)

Timber Drying and Treatment (to level 2)

Timber Grading (to level 2)

Timber Machining (to level 2)

Timber Yarding (to level 2)

Titles and Survey Compliance (to level 6)

Travel (to level 4)

Vehicle Trimming and Upholstery (to level 5)

Visitor Information (to level 4)

Visitor Services (to level 3)

Wh?nau Ora and Community Support (to level 6)

Wholesale (to level 6)

Wood Preparation (to level 2)

Wood Product Manufacturing Skills (to level 2)

Wool Handling (to level 4)

Workplace Fire and Emergency Response (to level 3)

Standard consents to assess

Aircraft Operation

423 Work with helicopters (level 3) View details »

Amenity Horticulture

30254 Implement a work programme across operational areas on an amenity site (level 5) View details »

30253 Implement and monitor a seasonal plan for an amenity site (level 5) View details »

30256 Manage a work programme across operational areas on an amenity site (level 5) View details »

30255 Prepare for implementation of a seasonal management plan for an amenity site (level 5) View details »


25403 Calculate, plan, and use advanced rigging, and describe speed line system installation in arboriculture tree work (level 5) View details »

17262 Carry out an arboriculture tree inspection (level 5) View details »

25402 Demonstrate advanced tree climbing for arborists, and undertake a simulated aerial rescue (level 5) View details »

32780 Describe amenity tree evaluation criteria and apply the Standard Tree Evaluation Method (level 5) View details »

2769 Describe the application of law to arboriculture in New Zealand (level 5) View details »

25400 Describe tree support systems, and their installation and maintenance in arboriculture situations (level 5) View details »

25404 Evaluate a site for amenity trees, select trees, and prepare a planting plan (level 5) View details »

31190 Identify and present trees found in New Zealand arboriculture situations (level 4) View details »

Building, Construction, and Allied Trades Skills

29680 Communicate and work collaboratively in a Stage 3 BCATS project (level 3) View details »

29678 Demonstrate knowledge of, select, and use materials for a Stage 3 BCATS project (level 3) View details »

29679 Develop and use BCATS project documentation for a Stage 3 BCATS project (level 3) View details »

29677 Follow safe workplace practices, and contribute to a health and safety culture, in a BCATS environment (level 3) View details »

29683 Incorporate other building, construction and allied trades into a Stage 3 BCATS project schedule (level 3) View details »

29681 Measure and calculate for a Stage 3 BCATS project (level 3) View details »

29682 Select, use, and maintain tools, equipment and machinery for a Stage 3 BCATS project (level 3) View details »

29684 Undertake a Stage 3 BCATS project (level 3) View details »

Business Administration Services

1986 Apply calculations, analyse and interpret data, and produce information for an organisation (level 4) View details »

21866 Demonstrate and apply knowledge to provide medical administration services (level 4) View details »

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

Canoeing - Kayaking

19428 Demonstrate sea kayaking skills on coastal water (level 3) View details »

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

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

Civil Plant Operation

17316 Operate a bulldozer on infrastructure worksites (level 3) View details »

17310 Operate a hydraulic excavator on infrastructure worksites (level 3) View details »

31455 Operate a motor grader on infrastructure worksites (level 3) View details »

17314 Operate a motor scraper on infrastructure worksites (level 3) View details »

17315 Operate a self-propelled roller on infrastructure worksites (level 3) View details »

17309 Operate a wheeled loader on infrastructure worksites (level 3) View details »

17317 Operate an articulated dump truck on infrastructure worksites (level 3) View details »

Cleaning Skills

29386 Clean a hard floor surface when working as a cleaner (level 3) View details »

29384 Demonstrate and apply knowledge of infection prevention and contamination when working as a cleaner (level 3) View details »

29388 Demonstrate knowledge of and apply site-specific health and safety requirements when working as a cleaner (level 3) View details »

29392 Demonstrate knowledge of food-safe cleaning practices when working as a cleaner (level 3) View details »

29389 Demonstrate specialised knowledge of infection control and contamination prevention when working as a cleaner (level 3) View details »

29383 Identify and remove common stains from a variety of materials and surfaces (level 3) View details »

29382 Work independently as a cleaner (level 3) View details »

Compliance and Regulatory Control

14540 Destroy vertebrate pests using traps for pest management (level 2) View details »

14547 Manage a vertebrate pest management programme (level 4) View details »

Contact Centre Operations

31383 Demonstrate and apply knowledge of legislation applicable to contact centres (level 4) View details »

Core Construction

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

Core Driving Knowledge and Skills

1734 Demonstrate knowledge of stress, health and fatigue for driving (level 3) View details »

Core Planning and Construction

19605 Provide customer service in construction related work (level 3) View details »

Design and Visual Communication

91628 Develop a visual presentation that exhibits a design outcome to an audience (level 3) View details »

91627 Initiate design ideas through exploration (level 3) View details »

91631 Produce working drawings to communicate production details for a complex design (level 3) View details »

91630 Resolve a product design through graphics practice (level 3) View details »

91629 Resolve a spatial design through graphics practice (level 3) View details »

Digital Technologies

91903 Use complex techniques to develop a digital media outcome (level 3) View details »

Diversional Therapy

5795 Describe and apply the principles of quality assurance to diversional and recreational therapy practice (level 4) View details »

5792 Develop, implement, and evaluate a diversional and recreational therapy plan for a person experiencing grief and loss (level 4) View details »

5788 Develop, implement, evaluate, and adapt diversional and recreational therapy group care plans (level 4) View details »

5786 Develop, implement, evaluate, and adapt personal diversional and recreational therapy care plans (level 4) View details »

5791 Identify safety concerns, assess risk, and develop safety strategies in a diversional and recreational therapy setting (level 4) View details »

5789 Identify, implement, evaluate, and adapt diversional and recreational therapy activities in supportive environments (level 5) View details »

Driver Educator

14523 Carry out an in-vehicle driver training (level 5) View details »

20180 Demonstrate knowledge of driving hazard detection and responses (level 3) View details »

14511 Demonstrate knowledge of road transport legislation required by driver educators (level 4) View details »

25717 Demonstrate knowledge of, and apply, effective decision-making processes for optimal driving safety (level 5) View details »

16647 Describe factors that affect people's learning in a driver training environment and describe methods to manage these (level 3) View details »

20179 Describe light motor vehicle components, systems, dynamics, and handling characteristics (level 4) View details »

14522 Describe processes which lead to enhanced driver self-management (level 3) View details »

14509 Describe risk and influences on risk management in the context of driving (level 4) View details »

14516 Describe the legal requirements and implications for loading and towing a simple light trailer (level 3) View details »

16646 Develop and manage individual driver training plans (level 5) View details »

Early Childhood: Educational Theory and Practice

10026 Demonstrate knowledge of mokopuna/children's holistic development and learning in an early childhood setting (level 3) View details »

29866 Demonstrate knowledge of, apply and reflect on age-related nutrition needs for a child in an early childhood setting (level 3) View details »

29881 Demonstrate understanding of diverse philosophical and cultural ECE contexts to inform own ECE practice in New Zealand (level 4) View details »

29865 Describe and reflect on practices to protect and promote the health and holistic wellbeing of young mokopuna/children (level 3) View details »

26707 Describe the value of play and create resources for children's learning and development in an early childhood setting (level 3) View details »

29863 Develop, implement and evaluate a learning plan based on observation of a child in an ECE service (level 3) View details »

Early Childhood: Family, Wh?nau, Community, and Society

29867 Demonstrate knowledge of diverse wh?nau/families and use a range of effective communication strategies in an ECE service (level 3) View details »

29870 Demonstrate knowledge of te Tiriti o Waitangi, legislation and organisations relevant to ECE services in New Zealand (level 3) View details »

29871 Describe and compare a range of ECE services and philosophies in Aotearoa New Zealand (level 3) View details »

29861 Identify and describe agencies/services available to support young mokopuna/children and wh?nau/families (level 2) View details »

Early Childhood: Professional Practice

29868 Describe professional behaviours and manage personal health and wellbeing in an early childhood setting (level 3) View details »

Elementary Scaffolding

13016 Demonstrate knowledge of the erection and dismantling of scaffolding up to five metres in height (level 3) View details »

13053 Erect and dismantle scaffolding up to five metres in height (level 3) View details »

9184 Erect, dismantle and inspect non-notifiable prefabricated frame scaffolding up to five metres in height (level 3) View details »

Engineering Drawing and Design

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

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

2433 Produce engineering component drawings using CAD software (level 2) View details »

Equine Industry

29176 Communicate with internal and external clients, and seek raceday rides or drives (level 4) View details »

29173 Communicate with team members and stakeholders, and comply with employment contract obligations in an equine workplace (level 3) View details »

1658 Describe the nature and requirements of a career in the equine industry (level 2) View details »

23970 Describe the racing industry adjudicative system and processes (level 4) View details »

25444 Describe the rules and effects of problem gambling and drug use in the racing industry (level 3) View details »

29177 Manage personal finances for racing purposes (level 4) View details »

23973 Perform safe work practices with outside contractors in an equine industry (level 2) View details »


24753 Assess a horse for lunging and lunge a novice rider on a horse (level 3) View details »

1622 Demonstrate controlled forward movements on different horses on the flat (level 4) View details »

24751 Demonstrate knowledge of coaching, and develop and implement a series of equine coaching sessions as a preliminary coach (level 4) View details »

6595 Design a show jumping course, and assess an existing course, 1.1 to 1.2 metres in height (level 4) View details »

6588 Design a show jumping course, and assess an existing course, 80 cm to 1.1 metres in height (level 4) View details »

6587 Design, build and assess a gymnastics grid that improves the horse's way of going (level 4) View details »

6593 Jump a course of obstacles of 90 cm to 1.1 metres in height and demonstrate knowledge of flying changes (level 4) View details »

6583 Lead a group of riders on horses on a ride across undulating country (level 4) View details »

6581 Plan, teach, and evaluate a series of riding sessions for riders and horses (level 4) View details »

6601 Ride a horse over a Novice cross country course (level 4) View details »

6621 Ride the individual movements for ESNZ Elementary Dressage Test 3.3 (level 4) View details »

6590 Ride the individual movements for ESNZ Novice Dressage Test 2.4, and describe collection (level 4) View details »

6616 Supervise riders to ride a horse and lead another horse simultaneously (level 4) View details »

Fellmongery Processing Knowledge

25148 Demonstrate knowledge of the New Zealand fellmongery industry (level 2) View details »

Fire and Rescue Services - Generic Fire Fighting

20386 Operate portable pumps for firefighting (level 3) View details »

20392 Protect and preserve a fire scene (level 3) View details »

3272 Wear and operate breathing apparatus in general emergencies (level 3) View details »

Fire and Rescue Services - Structural and Industrial

3284 Carry out community fire risk manager duties (level 5) View details »

3315 Carry out Incident Ground Safety Officer duties (level 5) View details »

23407 Conduct drills for fire fighting crews (level 4) View details »

4651 Demonstrate knowledge of structural fire behaviour (level 4) View details »

3311 Exercise initial command and control at hazardous substance emergencies (level 5) View details »

4652 Explain principles of structural fire (level 5) View details »

16951 Manage ventilation operations to assist fire and rescue operations (level 5) View details »

14562 Perform specialist rescues in confined spaces (level 4) View details »

Fire and Rescue Services - Vegetation

3286 Demonstrate knowledge of the use of hand tools and construct a fire line to control vegetation fires (level 3) View details »

3285 Demonstrate knowledge of working safely at vegetation fires (level 3) View details »

Food and Related Product Production

7834 Produce extruded food products using automated extrusion equipment (level 3) View details »

Food and Related Product Production Line Operation

7759 Demonstrate and apply knowledge of quality control practices to food or related products production line operations (level 3) View details »

Food Production - Poultry Products

18831 Demonstrate knowledge of the production of primary processed poultry (level 2) View details »

18852 Operate a poultry products spiral freezer for frozen poultry products production (level 3) View details »

18847 Operate a system for cooling eviscerated poultry carcasses (level 3) View details »

22871 Set up, adjust and operate primary poultry processing production line (level 3) View details »

Forest Operations Management

1225 Calculate production targets for forestry operations (level 5) View details »

Forestry Business Management

4298 Research key elements of the forest industry and identify opportunities for forest optimisation (level 5) View details »

1124 Use maths and statistics functions and procedures in commercial forestry (level 5) View details »

Freight Forwarding

2966 Complete business procedures and produce documents for the national and international carriage of goods (level 5) View details »

2962 Demonstrate and apply knowledge of export business procedures and export documentation (level 5) View details »

2964 Demonstrate knowledge of and comply with customs regulations for import and export goods (level 4) View details »

2965 Provide interpretations, assessments and advice on the Tariff of New Zealand (level 6) View details »

Furniture and Cabinet Making

16231 Calculate lengths, areas, and costs and percentages of waste for furniture making (level 3) 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 »

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

2216 Interpret and confirm furniture job specifications (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 »

9792 Operate a dovetailing machine to dovetail wooden drawers (level 3) View details »

9789 Operate a spindle moulder to produce wooden furniture components (level 3) View details »

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

2199 Prepare, use and maintain hand tools for furniture making (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 »

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

Furniture Finishing

17740 Rectify faults in furniture surfaces for furniture finishing (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, timber seasoning and insect attack in furniture operations (level 2) View details »

Goods Service

1760 Deliver and spread base-course aggregates by truck (level 4) View details »

1753 Load and unload a goods vehicle (level 3) View details »

1759 Transport aggregates by truck (level 3) View details »

1759 Transport aggregates by truck (level 3) View details »

1756 Transport bulk non-flammable liquids by road (level 4) View details »

1762 Transport containerised cargo by road (level 4) View details »

1763 Transport logs by heavy motor vehicle (level 4) View details »

Harness Racing

1602 Demonstrate knowledge of the harness racing industry structure (level 2) View details »

23969 Gear up and drive a standardbred horse at racing workouts and trials (level 4) View details »

29178 Prepare, implement, and monitor the care of standardbred horses in training (level 4) View details »


29583 Describe key elements of hauora from a M?ori world view (level 1) View details »

Industrial Rope Access

23232 Prepare an emergency rescue plan and perform a rescue to recover a suspended individual after a fall in a work context (level 4) View details »

23231 Prepare and review a safety plan when fall prevention controls are required for individuals working at height (level 4) View details »

23229 Use safety harness system when working at height (level 3) View details »

15757 Use, install and disestablish temporary proprietary height safety systems when working at height (level 3) View details »

Industrial Textile Fabrication Core Skills

23479 Demonstrate knowledge of tools and equipment used in the industrial textile fabrication industry (level 2) View details »

1326 Develop and make up patterns in the industrial textile fabrication industry (level 4) View details »

14145 Identify, remove, and fit zips in the industrial textile fabrication industry (level 3) View details »

1325 Produce product design and job specifications for a customer in the industrial textile fabrication industry (level 4) View details »

Infrastructure Civil Works

31445 Demonstrate knowledge of compaction for infrastructure works (level 3) View details »

31478 Demonstrate knowledge of earthworks and determine bulk earthmoving requirements for a specific infrastructure works site (level 4) View details »

28711 Interpret civil infrastructure plans (level 4) View details »

Infrastructure Works Equipment

8560 Deliver, stockpile, and spread aggregates with truck and trailer and complete post-operational procedures (level 3) View details »

6436 Inspect infrastructure works plant and equipment (level 4) View details »

6469 Maintain small machinery used on infrastructure worksites (level 2) View details »

Infrastructure Works Utilities

20476 Construct forestry roads, tracks, and landings (level 3) View details »

20475 Demonstrate knowledge of forestry earthworks (level 3) View details »

20474 Demonstrate knowledge of forestry earthworks job prescriptions (level 4) View details »


31090 Develop a cost plan, and tender or proposal from landscape design drawings (level 5) View details »

31088 Plan, and prepare a quote for, the on-site maintenance of a landscape design (level 5) View details »

22197 Prepare concept and preliminary documentation for landscape design work (level 5) View details »

M?ori Environmental Management

6151 Carry out mahi rangahau with guidance in relation to a local M?ori resource management issue (level 4) View details »

6138 Explain the role of whakatauk? in relation to how M?ori manage te taiao (level 1) View details »

M?ori Environmental Practices

6143 Carry out a local kaitiakitanga activity with direction (level 3) View details »

6139 Describe aroha in relation to the way M?ori interact with te taiao (level 1) View details »

6137 Describe tapu, noa, and mana in relation to the way M?ori interact with te taiao (level 1) View details »

19670 Describe the role of, and interactions between atua M?ori in te taiao (level 1) View details »

6141 Describe whanaungatanga in relation to how M?ori interact and take care of te taiao (level 2) View details »

6142 Explain kaitiakitanga in relation to the way M?ori interact with te taiao (level 3) View details »

6148 Explain tino rangatiratanga in relation to the way M?ori interact with te taiao (level 4) View details »

19671 Identify and describe a M?ori view of te taiao (level 1) View details »

6147 Identify and explain the different views M?ori and P?keh? have in relation to te taiao (level 3) View details »

M?ori Performing Arts Teaching

15021 Teach whakaraka (level 6) View details »

Meat Retail Butchery

26282 Produce rolled poultry meat products for sale (level 3) View details »

30047 Select and mince meat in a retail meat operation (level 3) View details »

Meat Retailing

30054 Demonstrate and apply knowledge of meat cuts and stock control in a retail meat operation (level 3) View details »

17236 Demonstrate knowledge of storage and refrigeration of meat in the retail meat industry (level 3) View details »

17237 Describe the purpose and methods for adding value to meat products for retail sale (level 3) View details »

6997 Produce trays of wrapped and labelled meat suitable for display and sale (level 3) View details »

Occupational Health and Safety Practice

17459 Demonstrate and apply knowledge of safe manual handling practices in the workplace (level 3) View details »

Paper Making

23075 Prepare cores and make paper joins for paper products (level 3) View details »

Passenger Service

15163 Drive a large passenger service vehicle in a fuel efficient manner (level 3) View details »

Professional Development of Social Service Workers

7922 Participate in professional social services supervision as a supervisee (level 5) View details »

7918 Prepare and implement a self-care plan for social service work (level 5) View details »

Provide Social Services

7926 Demonstrate knowledge of Te Tiriti o Waitangi for social service purposes (level 4) View details »

8071 Establish and maintain working relationships with people of other cultures and/or life experience (level 5) View details »

7952 Support a social service user to identify and address their presenting concerns, issues, or needs (level 4) View details »

Quality Management

19025 Assess the quality management system of a business operation (level 4) View details »


10183 Present on-air for radio (level 3) View details »

10308 Record and edit for radio broadcast (level 3) View details »

10235 Write a basic radio commercial (level 3) View details »

Retail - Technical Skills

26557 Select approved child restraints for installation, rental or sale, and install them (level 4) View details »

Retail and Distribution Core Skills

28303 Coordinate product information and placement in a retail environment (level 4) View details »

28300 Supervise and maintain cash handling procedures in a retail environment (level 4) View details »

Road Transport Operations

1777 Develop and evaluate a costing system for a road transport service vehicle (level 4) View details »


10458 Communicate product information to sales clients (level 4) View details »

10462 Coordinate and develop the sales team (level 5) View details »

10469 Coordinate, develop, and manage the sales team to achieve objectives (level 6) View details »

10459 Develop, implement, and maintain sales related services (level 5) View details »

10457 Establish and develop sales client relationships (level 4) View details »

10464 Establish, implement, and evaluate personal selling strategies to achieve targeted results (level 5) View details »

10471 Identify and evaluate sales organisation factors for international operations (level 7) View details »

10465 Identify, interpret, and apply direct selling techniques and strategies (level 5) View details »

10463 Identify, interpret, and evaluate trends in personal selling (level 5) View details »

10467 Produce analyses, budget estimates, and processes to implement and monitor budgets for sales operations and activities (level 6) View details »

10460 Produce and present sales proposals (level 5) View details »

10466 Produce, coordinate, and evaluate the effectiveness of sales promotion programmes (level 5) View details »

10461 Provide sales administration and support services (level 5) View details »

61 Sell products using a customer-focused business relationship (level 4) View details »

10468 Structure, develop, and manage sales territories (level 6) View details »

Sales Transactions

12009 Complete sales transactions in a retail or distribution environment (level 3) View details »

Salon Skills

28019 Develop a health and safety plan for a commercial salon (level 5) View details »

Saw Doctoring

662 Grind and hone straight knives and anvils (level 3) View details »

Science - Core

27388 Demonstrate knowledge of units, notation, and calculations in science (level 4) View details »

8467 Work safely in a chemical laboratory (level 4) View details »

Sea Survival and Sea Safety

26542 Demonstrate basic knowledge of the operation of pleasure craft by day (level 2) View details »

Sensory Support

28526 Apply knowledge of vision and hearing screening results for tamariki/children in a health or wellbeing setting (level 4) View details »

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

23375 Describe hearing impairment and support services that are specific to people with a hearing impairment (level 3) View details »

24895 Describe the visual system and vision impairment and support services that are specific to people with vision impairment (level 3) View details »

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

Service Delivery

26255 Conduct business research in a service delivery organisation (level 5) View details »

Specialist Driving Knowledge and Skills

20848 Demonstrate knowledge of and skills for driving a light 4WD vehicle on road (level 3) View details »

17976 Demonstrate knowledge of operating a light 4WD vehicle in an off-road environment (level 3) View details »

17977 Develop a plan for off-road light 4WD vehicle driving (level 3) View details »

20620 Develop a recovery plan and safely recover a light 4WD vehicle (level 3) View details »

8638 Drive on snow and/or ice (level 3) View details »

17978 Operate a light 4WD vehicle in an off-road environment (level 3) View details »

Stock Control

28505 Establish and maintain stock levels, and collate and dispatch customer orders in a retail or distribution facility (level 4) View details »

Te Ara Nunumi - ?-Kiko

21433 Explain the roles of wh?nau pani, kirimate and hauk?inga in relation to tangihanga in accordance with tikanga (level 3) View details »

21434 Explain tikanga associated with the placement of t?p?paku and taonga on the marae (level 3) View details »

Te Ara Nunumi - ?-Mahara

23641 Describe hahu t?p?paku in accordance with tikanga (level 2) View details »

21436 Explain tikanga in relation to kawe mate, in customary and contemporary contexts (level 4) View details »

23640 Explain tikanga practised by the hauk?inga and the wh?nau pani in relation to hura k?hatu in a contemporary context (level 2) View details »

Te M?tauranga M?ori Wh?nui

16049 Compare the English and M?ori versions of te Tiriti o Waitangi and the Treaty of Waitangi (level 3) View details »

16048 Describe the development and introduction of te Tiriti o Waitangi/ the Treaty of Waitangi (level 2) View details »

16047 Describe the history of He Whakaputanga o te Rangatiratanga/ Declaration of the Independence of New Zealand (level 2) View details »

16050 Explain the historical impact of te Tiriti o Waitangi/ the Treaty of Waitangi (level 3) View details »

Te Whakamahi Whenua

6145 Explain mahinga kai in relation to the way M?ori connect to, and use taonga of, the taiao (level 3) View details »

6146 Plan, carry out and evaluate a local mahinga kai activity (level 3) View details »

Thoroughbred Racing

24891 Demonstrate knowledge of New Zealand Rules of Racing (level 3) View details »

1632 Demonstrate knowledge of the thoroughbred racing industry structure (level 2) View details »

25441 Describe and maintain optimum personal health, and apply strategies for high performance in a racing industry context (level 4) View details »

22358 Ride thoroughbred racehorses at official trials to obtain a raceday licence (level 4) View details »

1630 Ride thoroughbred racehorses at raceday (level 4) View details »

22356 Ride thoroughbred racehorses for barrier practice and jump outs, and report on the horse's performance (level 3) View details »

22357 Ride thoroughbred racehorses in fastwork as instructed by the trainer (level 3) View details »

1629 Ride thoroughbred racehorses in pacework as instructed by the trainer (level 3) View details »

Tikanga Concepts

16054 Describe the life, achievements and impact of a M?ori leader (level 2) View details »

Timber Machining

681 Joint straight cutters (level 3) View details »

Timber Yarding

5703 Inspect logs and sawn timber batches for insect damage and fungal contamination (level 4) View details »

8005 Stack timber in packets using a mechanical timber stacking system (level 2) View details »


20490 Demonstrate knowledge of legislation relevant to the travel industry (level 4) View details »

Urban Search and Rescue - Operations

18516 Demonstrate knowledge of, and provide support at, urban search and rescue operations (level 3) View details »

19659 Train a dog for urban search and rescue incidents (level 5) View details »

19658 Train a dog to locate multiple victims at urban search and rescue incidents (level 5) View details »

W?hi Tapu

6140 Explain M?ori hekenga and whakanohonoho (level 3) View details »

6144 Explain w?hi tapu in relation to how M?ori manage the environment (level 3) View details »


7892 Prepare muka for k?kahu (level 5) View details »

Wood Manufacturing Foundation Skills

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

17862 Demonstrate knowledge of mechanical engineering systems used in wood manufacturing industries (level 3) View details »

155 Demonstrate knowledge of properties of wood (level 3) View details »

Wood Preparation

166 Confirm log grades and scale logs (level 3) View details »

20760 Monitor and control contamination in wood chip and wood fibre materials (level 3) View details »

Workplace Emergency Risk Management

16804 Conduct non-technical workplace audits on emergency equipment and systems (level 4) View details »


16612 Write documents to achieve effective communication for a business purpose (level 4) View details »

Youth Development

16867 Participate in professional youth work supervision as a supervisee (level 5) View details »

13097 Provide leadership in a youth work project (level 5) View details »