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Wai-Tech Limited (Waitakere City)

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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

Accounting (to level 2)

Business Administration (to level 2)

Core Generic (to level 3)

Hospitality (to level 1)

Retail, Distribution, and Sales (to level 3)

Service Sector Skills (to level 3)

Domain consents to assess

Apparel Work Study (to level 3)

Basic Residential Property Maintenance (to level 2)

Bicycle Sales and Servicing (to level 4)

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

Business Administration Services (to level 3)

Business Information Processing (to level 5)

Carpentry (to level 2)

Carpentry Theory (to level 2)

Community Development (to level 4)

Computer Support (to level 3)

Core Driving Knowledge and Skills (to level 3)

Digital Technologies (to level 1)

Elementary Construction Skills (to level 2)

Food and Beverage Service (to level 2)

Food Safety (to level 2)

Generic Computing (to level 3)

Hospitality Operations (to level 3)

Interpersonal Communications (to level 4)

K?rero (to level 4)

Legal Studies (to level 3)

Making Music (to level 2)

M?ori Office Systems (to level 2)

Measurement (to level 1)

Music Studies (to level 2)

Number (to level 1)

P?nui (to level 4)

Reading (to level 3)

Recreation and Sport - Aquatics (to level 4)

Recreation and Sport - Coaching and Instruction (to level 4)

Recreation and Sport - Management (to level 4)

Recreation and Sport - Programmes and Events (to level 4)

Recreation Management (to level 4)

Recreation Programmes and Events (to level 4)

Retail and Wholesale Visual Merchandising (to level 2)

Security Staff Services (to level 4)

Sport Management (to level 4)

Sport Officiating (to level 4)

Text and Information Management - Generic (to level 3)

Tuhituhi (to level 4)

Whakarongo (to level 4)

Wh?nau Ora and Community Support (to level 3)

Writing (to level 3)

Standard consents to assess

Accounting - Generic

91406 Demonstrate understanding of company financial statement preparation (level 3) View details »

91407 Prepare a report for an external user that interprets the annual report of a New Zealand reporting entity (level 3) View details »

Automotive Administration

946 Book in and receive work for an automotive business (level 3) View details »

934 Cost a job for the supply of a product, repair or service in the automotive industry (level 3) View details »

248 Demonstrate knowledge of apprenticeship training agreements and negotiation (level 2) View details »

21673 Demonstrate knowledge of maintaining stock security in the automotive and related industries (level 4) View details »

21708 Maintain stock security in an automotive or related industries workplace (level 3) View details »

Automotive Electrical and Electronics

30563 Demonstrate knowledge of automotive charging and starting systems (level 3) 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 »

21719 Remove and replace a lamp on a motor vehicle (level 2) View details »

30556 Service an automotive battery (level 3) 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 »

30437 Demonstrate knowledge of the operation of a diesel fuel system (level 3) View details »

21692 Perform minor servicing tasks on a diesel fuel system (level 2) View details »

Automotive Preventive Maintenance

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

247 Prepare a vehicle or machine for use, and shutdown after use (level 2) View details »

21869 Remove and refit 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 Transmission Systems

30560 Demonstrate knowledge of clutches and manual transmissions (level 3) View details »

Automotive Workshop Engineering

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

924 Clean automotive components (level 2) View details »

21718 Demonstrate knowledge of hazardous materials used in the automotive industry (level 2) View details »

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

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

21700 Store and use hazardous materials in the automotive and related industries (level 2) View details »

21684 Use a MIG welding plant in the automotive industry (level 3) View details »

21685 Use the oxyacetylene welding process in the automotive industry (level 2) View details »

Business Administration Services

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 »


24381 Demonstrate knowledge of constructing floor framing, flooring, and decking (level 3) View details »

24380 Demonstrate knowledge of constructing pile foundations (level 3) View details »

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

13009 Demonstrate knowledge of using reinforcing steel for construction (level 3) View details »

12997 Demonstrate knowledge of working safely in construction (level 3) View details »

24378 Make calculations for carpentry (level 3) View details »

21004 Make up orders for materials used to manufacture prefabricated frames and trusses (level 3) View details »

22145 Store and prepare materials for use on construction sites (level 3) View details »

Carpentry Theory

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

13017 Demonstrate knowledge of fixing exterior claddings (level 4) View details »

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

13006 Demonstrate knowledge of preparation for footings and slab on ground construction (level 4) View details »

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

Catering Services

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

30214 Critically evaluate and adapt own support practice to achieve continuous improvement in a health or wellbeing setting (level 5) View details »

Community Work

7914 Analyse and report on concerns, issues, needs, and resources in the community (level 6) View details »

7994 Facilitate planning and implementation of strategies for community or social change (level 6) View details »

7996 Facilitate strategies to effect change in social policies, structures, or service delivery (level 6) View details »

Computer Support

29810 Apply essential IT technical knowledge and concepts to provide support of a computer's hardware, software and network (level 4) View details »

26227 Describe and create a local area network (level 5) View details »

6852 Describe data communications (level 4) View details »


13285 Handle and maintain knives in a commercial kitchen (level 2) View details »


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

30480 Demonstrate knowledge of automotive cooling systems and engine coolant (level 3) View details »

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

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

30479 Service an automotive cooling system (level 3) View details »

English Written Language

91106 Form developed personal responses to independently read texts, supported by evidence (level 2) View details »

First Aid

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

6402 Provide basic life support (level 2) View details »

6401 Provide first aid (level 2) View details »

Fitness Education

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

Food and Beverage Service

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

22997 Demonstrate knowledge of principles of commercial forestry (level 2) View details »

Generic Computing

29812 Apply knowledge and concepts of web design and scripting to plan, create and test an interactive user interface (level 4) View details »

7910 Demonstrate knowledge of computer data types and data structures (level 5) View details »

26226 Demonstrate knowledge of computer database management systems (level 4) View details »

29815 Describe professional and ethical principles and practices, and comply with legal and organisational IT requirements (level 4) View details »

29811 Describe the role of information systems and information technology in organisations (level 4) View details »

29802 Design, create, operate, and test a relational database to address an organisational information system need (level 4) View details »

26228 Evaluate and recommend with justification the suitability of computer applications against user requirements (level 4) View details »

29806 Use digital tools and critical thinking to analyse data and identify solutions to problems (level 4) View details »


18563 Analyse M?ori leadership and its impact on hauora M?ori (level 6) View details »

15306 Analyse primary health care service provision to determine the maximum effectiveness of health care for M?ori (level 6) View details »

15309 Demonstrate knowledge of hauora M?ori models and their application in a hauora context (level 4) View details »

15301 Demonstrate knowledge of indigenous treatments and traditional practices for treatment of te tinana in a hauora context (level 6) View details »

18564 Demonstrate knowledge of M?ori methods of conflict resolution in a hauora context (level 6) View details »

31430 Demonstrate knowledge of m?tauranga M?ori to research and present findings in a wh?nau ora context (level 5) View details »

15315 Demonstrate knowledge of personal safety of kaimahi when working with wh?nau (level 2) View details »

15303 Demonstrate knowledge of research methods, and evaluate published research findings on hauora M?ori (level 6) View details »

18565 Demonstrate knowledge of socioeconomic status and its impact on hauora M?ori (level 6) View details »

15317 Design and implement M?ori health promotion programmes (level 5) View details »

15305 Explain and analyse hauora M?ori concepts of kaitiakitanga and mana (level 5) View details »

15314 Explain and apply tikanga when communicating with, and caring for, wh?nau in a hauora context (level 4) View details »

18352 Explain four key dimensions of hauora (level 3) View details »

15302 Explain hauora practices to identify and develop a plan for a range of activities that whakaohooho te hinengaro (level 6) View details »

18560 Explain M?ori methods of effective communication used by kaimahi in a hauora context (level 3) View details »

15299 Explain the principles and concepts of hauora based on a M?ori world view (level 3) View details »

15316 Explain, apply, and maintain personal and professional boundaries when working with wh?nau (level 4) View details »

15304 Identify and analyse the impacts of whakam? and the implications on hauora outcomes (level 5) View details »

18562 Identify, explain, and provide intervention strategies for at-risk situations for M?ori (level 6) View details »

15311 Relate mana motuhake M?ori to working in a hauora context (level 5) View details »

29543 Research and present findings on hauora issues between 1840 and 1940 (level 6) View details »

18414 Research hauora trends and paradigms from 1940 to the present day to explain a present day hauora priority (level 6) View details »

15307 Research, analyse, and explain the impacts of colonisation on the hauora of M?ori and other indigenous people (level 5) View details »

15313 Review current hauora M?ori priorities and associated issues and policies (level 6) View details »

Hazardous Substances and Materials

31290 Demonstrate knowledge of the safe management and potential adverse effects of hazardous substances in the workplace (level 4) View details »

31293 Demonstrate safe handling, storage, and disposal of hazardous substances in the workplace (level 4) View details »

Health Education

91236 Evaluate factors that influence people's ability to manage change (level 2) View details »

Hospitality - Foundation Skills

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

Industrial Rope Access

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

Iwi/M?ori Social Services

16263 Apply te t?matanga o te ao, whakapapa, and whanaungatanga in Iwi/M?ori social services (level 5) View details »

16265 Contribute to disputes resolution processes for Iwi/M?ori social service purposes (level 5) View details »

22962 Explain the importance of the use of te reo M?ori and use te reo M?ori in Iwi/M?ori social services (level 5) View details »

16261 Research a whakapapa on behalf of another person or wh?nau in an Iwi/M?ori social services setting (level 5) 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 »

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

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

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

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

Nursery Production

27707 Describe plant propagation by budding, grafting, tissue culture and layering (level 2) View details »

27708 Describe sexual and asexual plant propagation and propagation methods (level 2) View details »

Occupational Health and Safety Practice

17593 Apply safe work practices in the workplace (level 2) View details »

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

Painting and Decorating

27394 Apply paint by brush and roller to multiple surfaces (level 4) View details »

27392 Apply paint by spray methods (level 4) View details »

27395 Apply wallcovering (level 4) View details »

26572 Demonstrate knowledge of colour theory, effects and schemes, and prepare colour schemes (level 3) View details »

27393 Handle painting and decorating materials (level 2) View details »

People Development and Coordination

18336 Demonstrate and apply knowledge of team-building skills (level 4) View details »

18337 Determine and co-ordinate training and/or development for a team (level 4) View details »

Plant Pest, Weed, and Disease Control

21556 Control weeds under supervision (level 2) View details »

21563 Describe hazard classification systems, and the safe and responsible use of agrichemicals (level 3) View details »

21560 Explain agrichemical use for primary sector applications (level 3) View details »

27208 Identify and describe plant pests, diseases, and disorders, and methods of prevention and control (level 3) View details »

27210 Identify and describe weeds, and methods of prevention and control (level 3) View details »

27213 Identify and interpret agrichemical product information, and describe safety procedures when working with agrichemicals (level 2) View details »

27215 Prepare to apply and apply agrichemicals using hand held equipment (level 2) View details »

Primary Sector Core Skills

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

2803 Maintain a documented work record for a primary industry operation (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 »

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

22185 Demonstrate knowledge of quality control systems in production horticulture (level 2) View details »

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

22189 Describe irrigation filters, and repair and maintain an irrigation system used in horticulture (level 3) View details »

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

23355 Grade horticultural produce to pre-determined criteria (level 3) View details »

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

22186 Prepare equipment, and harvest a horticulture crop by hand (level 3) View details »

Professional Development of Social Service Workers

23350 Integrate learning into a behaviour, knowledge, skills, and value base for working as a kaitautoko (level 5) View details »

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 »

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 »

Provide Social Services

8000 Act as an advocate in social service work (level 6) View details »

19410 Demonstrate knowledge of and plan to establish and maintain working relationships with wh?nau in social service work (level 4) View details »

Public Sector M?ori

16214 Explain the implications of Te Tiriti o Waitangi/Treaty of Waitangi for public policy development (level 6) View details »

16224 Explain the structure, activities and governance of M?ori organisations that interact with public sector organisations (level 5) View details »

Recreation and Sport - Core Skills

8567 Access sources of information for use in recreation (level 2) View details »

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

25079 Demonstrate knowledge of recreation and sport in New Zealand, and the impact of trends and issues (level 4) View details »

29848 Demonstrate knowledge of the health and safety procedures and practices in a recreation workplace (level 3) View details »

18763 Describe the process of community development as a participant (level 2) View details »

Retail - Technical Skills

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


30014 Carry out roof installation work preliminary site checks (level 4) View details »

1686 Fix battens for concrete or clay roof tiles (level 4) View details »

30021 Fix full concrete or clay roof tiles (level 4) View details »

1690 Fix part concrete or clay roof tiles (level 4) View details »

1687 Fix underlay for concrete or clay roof tiles (level 4) View details »

1692 Inspect the installation of specialist flashings to concrete or clay roof tiles (level 4) View details »

1694 Install finishes at concrete or clay tile roof terminations (level 4) View details »

1691 Install lead flashings to concrete or clay roof tiles (level 4) View details »

1688 Load concrete or clay roof tiles onto a roof (level 3) View details »

1698 Re-roof an existing concrete or clay tile roof with concrete or clay tiles (level 3) View details »


9696 Solve a complex problem using a problem-solving model (level 4) View details »

Small Business

29464 Develop, maintain, and strengthen external relationships for a small business (level 5) View details »

Social Service Work with Abuse, Neglect, and Violence

7985 Establish protection or safety plans in social service work with abuse, neglect, or violence (level 6) View details »

Social Work

7957 Co-ordinate family meetings or wh?nau hui (level 4) View details »

Software Development - Programming

29813 Apply essential knowledge and concepts of software development to create a program (level 4) View details »

32946 Apply knowledge and concepts of software development to create applications (level 4) View details »

18741 Create a computer program to provide a solution to a problem (level 3) View details »

18740 Create a simple computer program to meet a set brief (level 2) View details »

18739 Create and use simple command sequences in a procedural computer language (level 1) View details »

6761 Demonstrate an understanding of the principles of computer programming (level 5) View details »

Specialist Driving Knowledge and Skills

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 »

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

Systems and Resources Management

16342 Evaluate organisational design for an organisation (level 4) View details »

Tikanga Concepts

16201 Explain ora and hauora, and associated kaupapa (level 6) View details »

27124 Identify and explain the concepts of wh?nau, hap? and iwi in accordance with tikanga (level 3) View details »

Tikanga Issues

16045 Describe the colonisation of M?ori (level 4) View details »


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

Vehicle Bodywork

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

21705 Demonstrate knowledge of fillers, and filling and sanding a repair in the motor industry (level 3) View details »

21702 Demonstrate knowledge of preparing a vehicle body surface for painting, feather edging and preparing bare metal (level 3) View details »

21697 Demonstrate knowledge of repairing panel damage and shrinking a panel in the collision repair industry (level 4) View details »

21693 Demonstrate knowledge of tools and equipment used in the collision repair industry (level 2) View details »

21703 Describe masking and primers in the collision repair industry (level 2) View details »

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

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

21699 Prepare a painted surface and bare metal for painting in the collision repair industry (level 3) View details »

21710 Prepare, apply and sand body filler for a motor body panel repair (level 3) View details »

882 Rectify faults associated with a motor vehicle body (level 3) View details »

21709 Remove and replace a bolted-on motor body panel in the automotive industry (level 3) View details »

21695 Repair panel damage and shrink a panel in the collision repair industry (level 4) View details »

21713 Use and maintain power tools and equipment in the motor body industry (level 2) View details »

Vehicle Braking Systems

30518 Bleed a hydraulic brake system (level 3) View details »

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

Vehicle Steering and Suspension

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

Wh?nau Ora

31428 Analyse services with a wh?nau centred approach integrating the principles of p?kengatanga (level 5) View details »

31425 Apply kaupapa M?ori concepts and principles to examine the delivery of services with a wh?nau centred approach (level 5) View details »

31424 Apply the principles of te pono me te tika to examine wh?nau ora services from a wh?nau and a practitioner's perspective (level 5) View details »

30620 Describe the concept of manaakitanga and how manaakitanga supports wh?nau (level 3) View details »

31177 Describe the role of a wh?nau ora practitioner that supports wh?nau to achieve their goals and aspirations (level 4) View details »

31176 Design and implement a M?ori communication strategy to achieve wh?nau ora (level 4) View details »

31178 Design, develop, implement and monitor a wh?nau ora plan in collaboration with wh?nau (level 4) View details »

31423 Develop and apply a wh?nau ora framework underpinned by the principles of whanaungatanga (level 5) View details »

31180 Develop, implement, and monitor a wh?nau ora plan in collaboration with wh?nau (level 4) View details »

30624 Explain and apply rangatiratanga and mana whenua as it relates to wh?nau ora (level 3) View details »

30619 Explain the significance of kaitiakitanga within wh?nau (level 3) View details »

30621 Explain tikanga within the home or work environment and the impact of changing or absent tikanga (level 3) View details »

30626 Explain wellness management within the context of wh?nau (level 3) View details »

30617 Explain wh?nau ora and whanaungatanga (level 3) View details »

30623 Explain why service provider accountability is important to wh?nau (level 3) View details »

30625 Identify and explain workplace practices, policies and tikanga that relate to personal safety (level 3) View details »

30622 Identify technology p?kengatanga within the wh?nau and draft a wh?nau ora plan (level 3) View details »


9685 Write an analytical report (level 5) View details »