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Education Organisation's details

Te Wananga o Aotearoa (Te Awamutu)

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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 4)

Adult Education and Training (to level 5)

Business Administration (to level 4)

Computing (to level 4)

Exercise (to level 7)

Fitness (to level 5)

Generic Education and Training (to level 5)

Hauora (to level 6)

Mathematics (to level 1)

Mental Health (to level 4)

Ng? Mahi a te Whare Pora (to level 6)

Retail, Distribution, and Sales (to level 2)

Social Services (to level 6)

Sport (to level 5)

Tourism M?ori (to level 4)

Domain consents to assess

Apparel Work Study (to level 2)

Assessment and Programming in Special Education (to level 4)

Basic Residential Property Maintenance (to level 2)

Behaviour Assessment and Intervention in Special Education (to level 4)

Bicycle Sales and Servicing (to level 4)

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

Carpentry (to level 2)

Carpentry Theory (to level 2)

Cookery (to level 3)

Core Driving Knowledge and Skills (to level 3)

Digital Technologies (to level 1)

Elementary Construction Skills (to level 2)

Engineering - Fabrication (to level 4)

Engineering - Materials (to level 2)

Engineering - Measurement (to level 2)

Engineering Core Skills (to level 2)

Engineering Drawing and Design (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 2)

English Written Language (to level 3)

Fitness Assessment and Individual Fitness Instruction (to level 4)

Fitness Education (to level 4)

Floriculture (to level 2)

Food and Beverage Service (to level 3)

Food Safety (to level 3)

Forest Establishment (to level 3)

Forest Foundation Skills (to level 3)

Forest Harvesting Operations (to level 3)

Forest Health Surveillance (to level 3)

Forest Landing Operations (to level 3)

Forest Mechanised Harvesting (to level 3)

Forest Mensuration (to level 3)

Forest Operations (to level 3)

Forest Operations Management (to level 3)

Forest Silvicultural Operations (to level 3)

Forestry - Breaking Out (to level 3)

Hauora (to level 3)

Hospitality - Foundation Skills (to level 1)

Hospitality Operations (to level 3)

K?rero (to level 4)

Legal Studies (to level 2)

Machine Operations - Forestry (to level 3)

Mana Whakairo (to level 6)

M?ori Management - Generic (to level 4)

M?ori Office Systems (to level 3)

Mental Health and Addiction Support (to level 4)

Non Commercial Forestry Skills (to level 3)

Number (to level 1)

P?ngarau (to level 1)

P?ngarau (to level 1)

P?nui (to level 4)

People Development and Coordination (to level 4)

Plant Pest, Weed, and Disease Control (to level 2)

Professional Practice in Special Education (to level 4)

Quality Management (to level 4)

Raranga (to level 6)

Recreation and Sport - Coaching and Instruction (to level 5)

Recreation and Sport - Core Skills (to level 5)

Recreation and Sport - Management (to level 5)

Recreation and Sport - Programmes and Events (to level 5)

Sales (to level 3)

Sales Transactions (to level 3)

Security Staff Services (to level 4)

Selling Skills (to level 3)

Social Work (to level 6)

Sport Officiating (to level 5)

Supported Learning - Interpersonal and Social Skills (to level 1)

Supported Learning - Perceptual Awareness Skills (to level 1)

Supported Learning - Personal Care Skills (to level 1)

Supported Learning - Personal, Community and Work Skills (to level 1)

Supported Learning - Work and Community Skills (to level 1)

Systems and Resources Management (to level 4)

Te Ara Tauira Whakairo (to level 4)

Te M?tauranga M?ori Wh?nui (to level 4)

Tikanga ?-Iwi (to level 4)

Tikanga-?-Iwi (to level 4)

Toi Whakairo (to level 6)

Travel (to level 4)

Tree Felling (to level 3)

Tuhituhi (to level 4)

Visitor Services (to level 4)

Welding (to level 3)

Whakaraupapa Whakairo (to level 6)

Whakarongo (to level 4)

Workplace Fire and Emergency Response (to level 3)

Standard consents to assess

Adventure Tourism

12406 Complete pre- and post-activity duties for clients through an adventure tourism activity (level 4) View details »

19425 Demonstrate knowledge of the industry standards and legal requirements for adventure activities (level 2) View details »

Agricultural and Horticultural Science

90918 Carry out a practical agricultural or horticultural investigation (level 1) View details »

90920 Demonstrate knowledge of the geographic distribution of agricultural and horticultural primary production in New Zealand (level 1) View details »

Agricultural Vehicles and Machinery

31914 Attach and detach a power take off driven 3 point linkage mounted implement to a basic tractor under close supervision (level 2) View details »

24552 Check and drive a basic wheel tractor with an attached implement on flat terrain (level 2) View details »

19044 Demonstrate knowledge of the legal requirements and hazards associated with tractor use (level 2) View details »

24556 Demonstrate knowledge of the safe operation of a light utility vehicle (LUV) (level 2) View details »

24555 Demonstrate knowledge of the safe operation of a motorcycle (level 2) View details »

24557 Demonstrate knowledge of the safe operation of a quad bike (level 2) View details »

31913 Operate a basic tractor on flat terrain under close supervision (level 2) View details »

Apiculture

19884 Construct and repair beehives, and beehive frames (level 2) View details »

19888 Demonstrate knowledge of the New Zealand beekeeping industry, and career and training opportunities (level 2) View details »

25899 Describe honey bees, beehives, bee stings, bee diseases, and honey harvesting and processing (level 2) View details »

30843 Identify and describe beehive construction equipment, and construct and repair beehives (level 3) View details »

Assessment of Learning

11551 Quality assure assessment (level 5) View details »

Automotive Fuel Systems and Exhaust

19305 Test electronic diesel management systems and replace components (level 4) View details »

Automotive Workshop Engineering

949 Demonstrate knowledge of lawnmower types and applications, and lawnmower operation (level 2) View details »

Behaviour Assessment and Intervention in Special Education

7282 Assist with behaviour change for young people with challenging behaviour in education settings (level 5) View details »

Boatbuilding

12942 Build boat framework under supervision (level 3) View details »

25118 Demonstrate knowledge of adhesives used in a marine or composites workplace (level 3) View details »

18163 Demonstrate knowledge of marine or composite construction drawings and produce a related freehand sketch (level 3) View details »

25117 Demonstrate knowledge of timber used in boatbuilding (level 3) View details »

29235 Describe and apply filling and fairing technology (level 3) View details »

9944 Describe the properties and uses of aluminium alloys in boatbuilding (level 2) View details »

23243 Explain the causes and prevention of material deterioration in the marine environment (level 4) View details »

9923 Install internal and external boat hardware fittings (level 4) View details »

18169 Laminate and join timber in the marine industry (level 3) View details »

23241 Loft a boat hull (level 4) View details »

29236 Operate mechanical plant used in the marine or composite industry (level 4) View details »

29237 Operate simple mechanical plant or equipment used in the marine or composite industry (level 3) View details »

18166 Participate in a project team in a marine or composite workplace (level 2) View details »

18161 Perform measurements and calculations used in a marine or composite workplace (level 2) View details »

11787 Prepare wooden substrates for marine surface coatings (level 4) View details »

10841 Produce a half-model to scale (level 4) View details »

10836 Produce scale drawings of boat surfaces from corrected offsets (level 2) View details »

9922 Produce templates or patterns used in the marine industry (level 3) View details »

18158 Select, use, and care for hand tools used in the marine or composite industry (level 2) View details »

18159 Select, use, and care for portable power tools used in the marine or composite industry (level 3) View details »

Carpentry

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

Carpentry Theory

13028 Demonstrate knowledge of adhesives and sealants used in construction work (level 3) View details »

24392 Demonstrate knowledge of alterations and additions for construction (level 4) View details »

13033 Demonstrate knowledge of alternative building construction methods (level 4) View details »

13020 Demonstrate knowledge of alternative roof cladding materials and their installation requirements (level 3) View details »

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

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

24385 Demonstrate knowledge of construction principles and installation of exterior and interior joinery, showers and baths (level 3) View details »

13015 Demonstrate knowledge of construction subcontractors' work and main contractor's responsibilities (level 3) View details »

24388 Demonstrate knowledge of cutting, fitting and fixing interior linings and trim (level 4) View details »

24383 Demonstrate knowledge of equal pitch gable, and hip, timber and steel roof construction (level 4) View details »

13009 Demonstrate knowledge of fabrication and placing of reinforcing steel and steel mesh (level 3) View details »

13024 Demonstrate knowledge of features and construction of pole frames and pole platforms (level 4) View details »

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

24381 Demonstrate knowledge of floor framing and flooring construction (level 3) View details »

13008 Demonstrate knowledge of formwork for footings, foundations, beams and walls up to 1.2 metres (level 3) View details »

13010 Demonstrate knowledge of making and placing concrete (level 3) View details »

13032 Demonstrate knowledge of non-mechanical and mechanical construction equipment (level 3) View details »

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

13034 Demonstrate knowledge of prefabricated beams used in construction (level 4) View details »

24379 Demonstrate knowledge of preliminary work needed for construction (level 4) View details »

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

13031 Demonstrate knowledge of regulations and precautions for demolition work (level 3) View details »

13026 Demonstrate knowledge of retaining wall construction (level 3) View details »

13023 Demonstrate knowledge of selection and installation of mechanical fixings and building hardware (level 3) View details »

13004 Demonstrate knowledge of setting out a building (level 4) View details »

24382 Demonstrate knowledge of setting out, assembling and erecting timber and steel wall frames (level 4) View details »

24389 Demonstrate knowledge of stair and ramp construction (level 4) View details »

24391 Demonstrate knowledge of the construction of concrete masonry structures and paving (level 3) View details »

13019 Demonstrate knowledge of the installation of metal and translucent roof claddings and roof lights (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 »

27945 Apply menu requirements to catering services production (level 4) 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 »

Civil Plant Operation

31448 Operate and maintain small plant for infrastructure works (level 3) 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 »

23452 Describe techniques for moving equipment and people in a health or wellbeing setting (level 2) View details »

26979 Describe the immediate response to the death of a person in a health or wellbeing setting (level 2) View details »

Cookery

13319 Prepare and bake dough products in a commercial kitchen (level 4) View details »

13336 Prepare and cook hot cocktail food in a commercial kitchen (level 4) View details »

13329 Prepare and finish marinades, dressings, cold sauces, and dips in a commercial kitchen (level 4) View details »

13333 Prepare and present cold cocktail food in a commercial kitchen (level 4) View details »

Core Construction

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

22145 Handle construction materials (level 2) View details »

Core Health

12700 Describe the human cardiovascular system (level 4) View details »

12719 Describe the human musculoskeletal system (level 4) View details »

12713 Describe the integumentary system of the human body (level 4) View details »

Dance Choreography

91205 Choreograph a group dance to communicate an intention (level 2) View details »

91206 Choreograph a solo dance to communicate an intention (level 2) View details »

Dance Performance

91209 Perform a repertoire of dance (level 2) View details »

Delivery of Adult Education and Training

7097 Facilitate learner-led interactive learning sessions for adult learners (level 6) View details »

Design and Development of Adult Education and Training

7104 Conduct a training needs analysis for adults in an organisation (level 6) View details »

Design and Visual Communication

91069 Promote an organised body of design work to an audience using visual communication techniques (level 1) View details »

91068 Undertake development of design ideas through graphics practice (level 1) View details »

91066 Use rendering techniques to communicate the form of design ideas (level 1) View details »

91067 Use the work of an influential designer to inform design ideas (level 1) View details »

91337 Use visual communication techniques to generate design ideas (level 2) View details »

Digital Processes for Print

27883 Create and design documents digitally for printing (level 4) View details »

25398 Demonstrate knowledge of digital photography, operate a camera and prepare images for production (level 3) View details »

27884 Prepare and present digital files for printing (level 4) View details »

25342 Undertake digital imaging for digital processes for print (level 4) View details »

Digital Technologies

91369 Demonstrate understanding of advanced concepts of digital media (level 2) View details »

91370 Implement advanced procedures to produce a specified digital media outcome (level 2) View details »

91893 Use advanced techniques to develop a digital media outcome (level 2) View details »

Early Childhood: Educational Theory and Practice

26711 Demonstrate knowledge of inclusive education in an ECE service and the roles of support agencies (level 4) View details »

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

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

29861 Identify and describe agencies/services available in the community to support young children and families (level 2) View details »

Elementary Scaffolding

13016 Demonstrate knowledge of the erection and dismantling of scaffolding up to five metres in height (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

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

Engineering - Measurement

4438 Demonstrate knowledge of fits, limits, and tolerances in engineering (level 3) View details »

Engineering Drawing and Design

29653 Manually produce third angle orthographic drawings of simple engineering objects incorporating plane geometric shapes (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 »

940 Inspect and rectify governor faults on a small engine (level 2) View details »

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

English Visual Language

90856 Show understanding of visual and/or oral text(s) through close viewing and/or listening, using supporting evidence (level 1) View details »

Entertainment and Event Technology

26687 Demonstrate and apply knowledge of sound technology for a performance context (level 1) View details »

27700 Demonstrate and apply knowledge of stage lighting design and process for a performance context (level 2) View details »

10197 Light for a basic moving image shoot (level 2) View details »

27699 Research and design a costume for a specified performance context (level 2) View details »

10353 Shoot material for a production with a moving image camera (level 2) View details »

27702 Take responsibility for a production area of a performance (level 2) View details »

Farming Skills

24630 Assist with livestock grazing management, and feed livestock under direct supervision (level 2) View details »

19116 Demonstrate knowledge of livestock behaviour and welfare in a primary industry operation (level 2) View details »

Fencing

24833 Identify and maintain fencing tools and equipment, and identify fencing construction materials and wire types (level 2) View details »

24832 Open and draw out a coil of wire, tie knots, join wire, and prepare wire for transport and storage (level 2) View details »

Financial Skills

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

Fire and Rescue Services - Vegetation

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

Food and Beverage Service

14420 Demonstrate knowledge of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages (level 3) View details »

17283 Demonstrate knowledge of beer and beer service (level 3) View details »

17284 Demonstrate knowledge of coffee origin and production (level 3) View details »

29926 Demonstrate knowledge of red and white wine making (level 4) View details »

29927 Demonstrate knowledge of sparkling and dessert wine making (level 4) View details »

23060 Demonstrate knowledge of viticulture and wine making (level 3) View details »

22912 Evaluate wine (level 4) View details »

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

17288 Prepare and present espresso beverages for service (level 3) View details »

14424 Prepare and serve alcoholic cocktails in a licensed commercial environment (level 3) View details »

14426 Prepare, take orders, and serve bottled wines in a licensed commercial environment (level 3) View details »

14441 Provide cafe counter service in a hospitality establishment (level 3) View details »

21853 Provide hospitality sales and service opportunities to customers (level 3) View details »

14447 Provide room service in a commercial hospitality environment (level 3) View details »

14442 Provide takeaway food service in a commercial hospitality environment (level 3) View details »

14432 Take, amend, and cancel reservations for restaurant service in a hospitality establishment (level 3) View details »

Forestry Knowledge

27963 Demonstrate foundation knowledge of plantation forest establishment and silviculture operations (level 2) View details »

Furniture Finishing

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

General Agriculture

20797 Demonstrate knowledge of farm practices and farm animal behaviour (level 2) View details »

23540 Demonstrate knowledge of hazards, hazard control, and the consequences of injury in a rural workplace (level 2) View details »

23542 Identify factors, and describe how to manage factors, that contribute to injury in a rural workplace (level 3) View details »

23541 Locate hazards, describe safety procedures, and demonstrate safe work practices in a rural workplace (level 2) View details »

Generic Design

7520 Develop a graphic image to promote a product or service (level 4) View details »

Generic Infrastructure Works

17327 Apply communication skills on an infrastructure works site (level 2) View details »

27329 Demonstrate knowledge of and apply quality assurance practices to own work area in an infrastructure works operation (level 3) View details »

22283 Demonstrate knowledge of occupational areas and structures in the New Zealand infrastructure works industry (level 2) View details »

6475 Describe and complete work records for infrastructure works (level 2) View details »

6477 Identify, hand spread, and assist in compacting materials for infrastructure works (level 2) View details »

6452 Maintain, transport, and store equipment used for temporary traffic management (level 2) View details »

Geography

91012 Describe aspects of a contemporary New Zealand geographic issue (level 1) View details »

91245 Explain aspects of a contemporary New Zealand geographic issue (level 2) View details »

Governance of M?ori Authorities

16070 Explain the work of the M?ori Land Court (level 3) View details »

16068 Explain the work of the Waitangi Tribunal (level 3) View details »

Guest Services

14467 Use telephone systems to provide guest services for a commercial hospitality establishment (level 2) View details »

Hauora

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

15308 Demonstrate knowledge of stress management methods in a hauora context (level 4) View details »

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

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

Health and Disability Principles in Practice

23686 Describe a person's rights in a health or wellbeing setting (level 2) View details »

20826 Describe infection control requirements in a health or wellbeing setting (level 2) View details »

23451 Describe the role of a support worker in a health or wellbeing setting (level 2) View details »

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

Health Education

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

History

91230 Examine an historical event or place that is of significance to New Zealanders (level 2) View details »

Hospitality - Foundation Skills

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

Hospitality - Gambling

18173 Control money and handle cash in a Class 4 gambling environment (level 3) View details »

21499 Demonstrate knowledge of problem gambling in a Class 4 and Racing Act gambling establishment (level 3) View details »

18172 Maintain gaming machine hardware and security in a Class 4 gambling environment (level 3) View details »

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 »

18179 Supervise jackpot systems for gaming machines in a Class 4 gambling environment (level 3) 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

16705 Demonstrate knowledge of host responsibility requirements as a duty manager of licensed premises (level 4) View details »

4645 Demonstrate knowledge of maintaining a responsible drinking environment as a server in licensed premises (level 3) View details »

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

4646 Demonstrate knowledge of the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012 and its implications for licensed premises (level 4) View details »

Inclusive Education Practice

31999 Describe and apply relevant guidelines for working with young people with learning support needs (level 4) View details »

Infrastructure Civil Works

17328 Demonstrate fundamental knowledge of earthworks (level 3) View details »

Infrastructure Works Equipment

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

27500 Operate compaction equipment for infrastructure works (level 3) View details »

23285 Use and care for hand tools used for infrastructure works (level 2) View details »

Infrastructure Works Health, Safety, and Environment

20868 Demonstrate knowledge of emergency response in the infrastructure works industry (level 2) View details »

20877 Demonstrate knowledge of working safely at sites under temporary traffic management (level 2) View details »

26720 Describe health, safety, and environmental care at an infrastructure works site (level 2) View details »

Interpersonal Communications

11096 Analyse feedback contexts and apply constructive feedback techniques (level 5) View details »

9679 Apply knowledge of a formal meeting (level 4) View details »

11101 Collaborate within a team which has an objective (level 4) View details »

9678 Conduct a formal meeting (level 5) View details »

1297 Conduct an interview in a formal situation (level 4) View details »

9692 Deliver an oral presentation to an audience (level 5) View details »

9691 Demonstrate knowledge of group processes (level 5) View details »

11099 Develop strategies for communicating in a culturally diverse workplace (level 4) View details »

21335 Lead a team to achieve an objective (level 4) View details »

9704 Manage interpersonal conflict (level 4) View details »

1311 Present and defend an argument orally (level 4) View details »

11098 Use and evaluate listening techniques (level 5) View details »

Iwi/M?ori Social Services

16273 Contribute to community networks and liaison for Iwi/M?ori social service purposes (level 5) View details »

16271 Co-ordinate a wh?nau hui in an Iwi/M?ori social services setting (level 4) View details »

16266 Implement a government policy in an Iwi/M?ori social services setting (level 5) View details »

Joinery Core Skills

28206 Demonstrate knowledge of materials and methods used with glass, joinery, or joinery related items (level 3) View details »

2544 Demonstrate knowledge of ordering, receiving, handling, and storing joinery materials (level 2) View details »

2545 Demonstrate knowledge of specifications, sketches, and plans to produce glass, joinery, or joinery related items (level 3) View details »

2549 Measure and calculate materials in the glass, joinery, or joinery related industries (level 3) View details »

2552 Set up and use fixed machinery in the joinery industry under supervision (level 2) View details »

28211 Set up, operate, and maintain fixed and moveable saws used to produce basic joinery items (level 3) View details »

28210 Set up, operate, and maintain planing machines used to produce basic joinery items (level 3) View details »

28212 Set up, operate, and maintain shaping machines to produce joinery items (level 4) View details »

2557 Use adhesives and sealants in the joinery industry (level 3) View details »

28227 Use tools and equipment with glass, joinery, or joinery related items (level 3) View details »

28226 Work safely in the glass, joinery, or joinery related industries (level 3) View details »

Joinery Machining

17138 Use and maintain portable power tools in joinery work (level 3) View details »

Joinery Operational Skills

28215 Manufacture and assemble joinery cabinetry items for use in residential and commercial buildings (level 4) View details »

28218 Manufacture doors and windows (level 4) View details »

28217 Set up, operate, and maintain specialist machinery used for the production of timber doors and windows (level 4) View details »

K?rero

7271 K?rero m? ?tahi atu me ? r?tou mahi (level 3) View details »

7272 K?rero m? t?na ao o ia r?, o ia r? (level 4) View details »

7270 K?rero m?na ake me ?na mahi (level 2) View details »

7269 Whakawhitiwhiti k?rero m?m? t?tahi ki t?tahi (level 1) View details »

Machine Operations - Forestry

24590 Operate a self-levelling machine in a forestry operation (level 4) View details »

Making Music

91271 Compose two substantial pieces of music (level 2) View details »

91272 Demonstrate ensemble skills by performing a substantial piece of music as a member of a group (level 2) View details »

91270 Perform two substantial pieces of music as a featured soloist (level 2) View details »

Mana Whakairo

2569 Explain objects as symbols to demonstrate cultural awareness in whakairo (level 7) View details »

2562 Observe M?ori cultural values to demonstrate cultural awareness in whakairo (level 7) View details »

Manaaki Marae - Takat? Kai

31287 Prepare and provide kai service, as part of a team and under supervision, for manuhiri (level 2) View details »

21253 Prepare and serve beverages in a marae wharekai (level 2) View details »

21251 Set tables, serve kai and clear tables in a marae wharekai (level 2) View details »

Manaaki Marae - Wh?ngai Manuhiri

21245 Prepare fruit and vegetables in a marae wharekai (level 2) View details »

29566 Prepare fruit and vegetables to present for manuhiri (level 2) View details »

Manage Social Services

7949 Locate, critique, and interpret social service research (level 5) View details »

Management of Adult Education and Training

7092 Formulate a proposal for adult education and training (level 6) View details »

7112 Support and promote the adult training and development function within an organisation (level 6) View details »

M?ori Environmental Management

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

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

6141 Describe whanaungatanga in relation to the way M?ori interact with the natural world (level 2) View details »

19671 Identify and describe a M?ori view of the natural world (level 1) View details »

19670 Identify and describe the role of atua M?ori in the natural world (level 1) View details »

M?ori Management - Generic

16073 Explain consumer rights from a M?ori perspective (level 2) View details »

M?ori Performance

13371 Demonstrate knowledge and skills of haka (level 2) View details »

13359 Demonstrate knowledge and skills of m?teatea (level 2) View details »

13363 Demonstrate knowledge and skills of waiata ?-ringa (level 2) View details »

15019 Demonstrate knowledge and skills of whakaraka (level 2) View details »

Marine Sales and Services

9917 Demonstrate knowledge of boat building methods (level 2) View details »

9913 Demonstrate knowledge of the New Zealand marine and composite industry (level 3) 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 »

Media Studies

91252 Produce a design and plan for a developed media product using a range of conventions (level 2) View details »

Mental Health and Addiction Support

22838 Analyse legal structures and laws for mental health support work (level 5) View details »

19750 Provide support to families/wh?nau in mental health support work (level 6) View details »

22833 Support a consumer/tangata whai ora to achieve a recovery goal in mental health support work (level 6) View details »

18547 Support a mental health consumer/tangata whai ora in their management of alcohol and/or other drugs (level 6) View details »

Music Studies

91276 Demonstrate knowledge of conventions in a range of music scores (level 2) View details »

91278 Investigate an aspect of New Zealand music (level 2) View details »

New M?ori Dance

22759 Demonstrate new M?ori dance (level 2) View details »

Ng? Tikanga P?p?ho M?ori

16036 Analyse media coverage of a M?ori historical event (level 4) View details »

Occupational Health and Safety Practice

17602 Apply hazard identification and risk assessment procedures in the workplace (level 3) View details »

30265 Apply health and safety risk assessment to a job role (level 3) View details »

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 »

25046 Describe hazard identification and control, and apply risk assessment procedures under supervision in the workplace (level 2) View details »

15189 Implement a health and safety plan for a workplace (level 4) View details »

19522 Undertake job safety analysis (level 3) View details »

Outdoor Navigation

431 Navigate in good visibility on land (level 2) View details »

Pacific Early Childhood Education: Family

18797 Discuss the roles of Pasifika families and communities in an ECE service (level 5) View details »

Painting and Decorating

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

P?nui

7267 P?nui i ng? p?rongo k?rero m? te tangata me t?na taiao (level 3) View details »

7265 P?nui i ng? tuhinga k?rero m?m? m? te tangata (level 1) View details »

7266 P?nui i ng? tuhinga k?rero m? t?tahi atu (level 2) View details »

7268 P?nui i ng? whakapuakinga k?rero o ia r?, o ia r? (level 4) View details »

People Development and Coordination

16614 Apply time management concepts and methods in business situations (level 4) View details »

1987 Develop strategies to establish and maintain positive workplace relationships (level 5) View details »

27568 Implement change in a work team (level 5) View details »

Physical Education

91498 Evaluate physical activity experiences to devise strategies for lifelong well-being (level 3) View details »

Practical Art

91315 Develop ideas in a related series of drawings appropriate to established design practice (level 2) View details »

91310 Use drawing methods to apply knowledge of conventions appropriate to design (level 2) View details »

Primary Sector Core Skills

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

Production Horticulture

23359 Maintain hygiene to ensure food safety in a horticulture workplace (level 2) View details »

29500 Pack graded horticultural produce and close containers under close supervision (level 2) View details »

23357 Pack graded produce (level 2) View details »

23356 Prepare packaging for horticultural produce under close supervision (level 2) View details »

Professional Practice in Special Education

9135 Identify and apply ethical guidelines for working with young people who have special education needs (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

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

7927 Explain the application of Te Tiriti o Waitangi in the social services (level 5) View details »

19408 Outline the meaning and relevance of Te Tiriti o Waitangi in social service work (level 3) View details »

Racing Operations

25850 Carry out administration duties in a TAB retail outlet (level 4) View details »

25846 Operate and maintain a TAB retail outlet for the racing industry (level 3) View details »

Recreation and Sport - Aquatics

27710 Instruct an aquafitness class (level 3) View details »

Retail - Technical Skills

26556 Demonstrate knowledge of child restraints to provide advice for installation, rental or sale (level 3) View details »

Retail and Distribution Core Skills

12003 Demonstrate knowledge of buying processes in a retail or distribution environment (level 3) View details »

28299 Prepare cash for banking in a retail environment (level 3) View details »

Seafood Generic

20309 Describe M?ori terminology and concepts relevant to a marine or freshwater activity (level 2) View details »

20935 Describe the Quota Management System in New Zealand (level 2) View details »

Seafood Processing

16712 Demonstrate knowledge of seafood naming systems, and identify New Zealand seafood species (level 3) 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 »

1827 Identify support services and resources within the community (level 2) 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 »

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 »

Stairs and Other Joinery Trade Skills

2550 Use hand tools for joinery and related trades (level 2) View details »

Stock Control

28504 Receive inwards good in a retail or distribution facility (level 3) View details »

Supporting People with Disabilities

26982 Describe communication with people with a communication disability in an aged care, health, or disability context (level 2) View details »

Te Aho Wahine

16056 Describe the changing roles for M?ori women throughout history (level 3) View details »

10696 Participate in the preparation of a wharenui for a p?whiri (level 2) View details »

Te Ao T?roa

26037 Demonstrate knowledge of kaitiakitanga in te ao t?roa (level 4) View details »

Te M?tauranga M?ori Wh?nui

16049 Compare the English and M?ori versions of te Tiriti o Waitangi/ 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

15980 Demonstrate knowledge of te wh?nau marama (level 2) View details »

Te Whakamau Whenua

16074 Analyse the economic impact of M?ori resource claims (level 4) View details »

Temporary Traffic Management

20878 Assist with temporary traffic management for low volume and Level 1 roads (level 2) View details »

Tikanga Concepts

16035 Analyse an historical event, personality or group from a minority and a majority perspective (level 3) View details »

16165 Describe a hui and the roles associated with hui in accordance with tikanga and/or kawa (level 1) View details »

27105 Describe and explain the separation of Ranginui and Papat??nuku in accordance with ng? k?rero tuku iho (level 1) View details »

16044 Describe historical events of one hap? or iwi (level 2) View details »

16065 Describe M?ori approaches to social control and legal systems (level 3) View details »

16160 Describe the characteristics and actions of a selected atua in accordance with ng? k?rero tuku iho (level 1) View details »

16058 Describe the establishment and history of a h?hi M?ori (level 2) View details »

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

27108 Describe the protocols and roles associated with p?whiri in accordance with tikanga and/or kawa (level 1) View details »

27106 Describe the terms associated with whakapapa and use them within a family structure (level 1) View details »

27127 Describe, and explain the purpose of, pakiwaitara in accordance with ng? k?rero tuku iho (level 2) View details »

27126 Describe, and explain the purpose of, p?r?kau in accordance with ng? k?rero tuku iho (level 2) View details »

16043 Examine different accounts of M?ori migration prior to P?keh? contact (level 2) View details »

16032 Examine the use of M?ori modes in transmitting M?ori history (level 3) View details »

16037 Explain differing perspectives of history based on religion, ethnicity and culture (level 4) View details »

16034 Explain M?ori and P?keh? perspectives of history (level 3) View details »

16041 Explain the place of p?r?kau or pakiwaitara in M?ori history (level 3) View details »

27129 Explain the use of karakia in accordance with tikanga (level 2) View details »

16042 Explain whakapapa in relation to M?ori history (level 3) View details »

16038 Present an oral account of an event in M?ori history (level 2) View details »

16033 Utilise M?ori modes to explain an event in M?ori history (level 2) View details »

Tikanga Issues

16059 Demonstrate knowledge of the history of M?ori in politics (level 3) View details »

16053 Describe key historical events for one hap? or iwi post-P?keh? contact (level 3) View details »

16052 Describe the dispossession of M?ori land and its effects (level 3) View details »

16055 Describe the history of M?ori involvement in pakanga (level 3) View details »

16046 Describe the relationship between M?ori and P?keh? prior to 1840 (level 2) View details »

16051 Describe the wars between M?ori and P?keh? during the 1800s in accordance with ng? k?rero tuku iho (level 2) View details »

16060 Evaluate minority protest movements and their effectiveness (level 3) View details »

16067 Identify the rights and obligations of M?ori when dealing with police and other authorities (level 3) View details »

Tikanga Practices

16137 Demonstrate knowledge of kawa and tikanga practices in relation to hui huritau (level 3) View details »

16057 Describe the history of spiritual beliefs and practices of M?ori (level 3) View details »

16136 Explain kawa and tikanga in relation to hui m?rena (level 3) View details »

Timber Yarding

143 Fillet timber for further processing (level 2) View details »

Toi Whakairo

2593 Conceive design ideas to generate M?ori art (level 7) View details »

2591 Resolve architectural space and consider implementing whakairo components to generate M?ori design (level 7) View details »

Tourism M?ori Practices

17387 Discuss ng? hekenga mai and iwi settlement, and compare M?ori customs with those of another Polynesian culture (level 5) View details »

Tramping

425 Experience day tramps (level 2) View details »

Tuhituhi

7257 Tuhituhi k?rero m?m? t?tahi ki t?tahi atu (level 1) View details »

7259 Tuhituhi k?rero m? t?tahi tangata me t?na taiao (level 3) View details »

7260 Tuhituhi k?rero m? t?na ao o ia r?, o ia r? (level 4) View details »

7258 Tuhituhi k?rero m?na ake me ?na mahi (level 2) View details »

Visitor Interpretation

25350 Plan and deliver prepared guided interpretation for a tour, and gather feedback (level 4) View details »

Visitor Services

12410 Demonstrate knowledge of the principles and practice of ecological tourism management (level 4) View details »

Water - Generic

19200 Demonstrate knowledge of, and apply, mathematics in the water industry (level 3) View details »

Whakarongo

7262 Whakam?ramatia ng? k?rero me ng? mahi a t?tahi atu (level 2) View details »

7263 Whakam?ramatia ng? whakamahinga k?rero a ?tahi atu (level 3) View details »

7264 Whakam?ramatia ng? whakapuakinga k?rero o ia r?, o ia r? (level 4) View details »

7261 Whakam?ramatia ng? whakawhitiwhitinga k?rero m?m? (level 1) View details »

Wh?nau Ora and Community Support

28537 Undertake self-care to maintain and enhance personal wellness in a health or wellbeing setting (level 4) View details »

Work and Study Skills

26625 Actively participate in spoken interactions (level 1) View details »

26624 Read texts with understanding (level 1) View details »

26622 Write to communicate ideas for a purpose and audience (level 1) View details »

Workplace Fire and Emergency Response

16802 Act to protect people in situations of workplace danger (level 3) View details »