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National Certificate in Manufacturing (Core Skills) (Level 2)





Level

2

Credits

43

This qualification has been reviewed. The last date to meet the requirements is


31 December 2018.

Transition Arrangements

This qualification and the National Certificate in Manufacturing (Metal and Related Products) (Level 2) [Ref: 1386] have been reviewed and replaced by the New Zealand Certificate in Manufacturing (Level 2) [Ref: 2729].


Last date for entry into programmes leading to the replaced qualifications is 31 December 2016; when the qualifications will be designated as expiring.
Last date for award of the replaced qualifications is 31 December 2018.
It is recommended that candidates currently enrolled in the replaced qualifications who will be unable to complete the qualifications by the 31 December 2018 transfer to the New Zealand Certificate listed above.
It is anticipated that no existing candidates will be disadvantaged by these transition arrangements. However, anyone who feels that they have been disadvantaged may appeal to Competenz at the address below. Appeals will be considered on a case by case basis.

NZQF Registration Information





Process

Version

Date

Last Date for Assessment

Registration

1

August 2010

December 2013

Revision

2

March 2011

December 2018

Republished

2

May 2011

December 2018

Review

3

March 2015

December 2018

Standard Setting Body

Competenz

PO Box 9005

Newmarket

Auckland 1149
Telephone 0800 526 1800

Email qualifications@competenz.org.nz



National Certificate in Manufacturing (Core Skills) (Level 2)





Level

2

Credits

43



Purpose

The National Certificate in Manufacturing (Core Skills) (Level 2) is an entry level qualification for people employed in manufacturing. Manufacturing forms the basis of many different industries, and therefore this qualification is suitable for trainees from a variety of sectors.


The qualification contains four sections:


  • The compulsory contains core manufacturing skills and basic workplace health and safety, which are common to all manufacturing industries.

  • Elective A allows candidates to select the manufacturing process skills relevant to their particular industry along with appropriate standards from the Competitive Manufacturing domain. The Material Management domain is also included to allow skills in distribution in a manufacturing environment to be selected.

  • Elective B section offers a range of specific skills required by individual enterprises.

  • Optional standards have been included for use where additional support in literacy, numeracy and basic employment skills are required.

This qualification can lead on to a number of manufacturing qualifications provided by each of the partner Standard Setting Bodies.



Special Notes

This qualification was jointly developed by the following standard setting bodies, each of who will be responsible for arranging training and assessment within their sector(s):




  • NZ Marine Industry Training Organisation

  • Competenz

  • Forestry Industry Training and Education Council

  • NZ Motor Industry Training Organisation (Incorporated)

  • Plastics and Materials Processing Industry Training Organisation (Incorporated).



Credit Range





Compulsory

Elective A

Elective B

Optional Standards

Level 1 credits

3

-

-

0-23

Level 2 credits or above

10

16

14

0-6

Minimum totals

13

16

14

0-27

Qualification total

43



Requirements for Award of Qualification





Award of NZQF National Qualifications
Credit gained for a standard may be used only once to meet the requirements of this qualification.
Unit standards and achievement standards that are equivalent in outcome are mutually exclusive for the purpose of award. The table of mutually exclusive standards is provided on the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) website: http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/standards/standards-exclusion-list/.
Reviewed standards that continue to recognise the same overall outcome are registered as new versions and retain their identification number (ID). Any version of a standard with the same ID may be used to meet qualification requirements that list the ID and/or that specify the past or current classification of the standard.


Summary of Requirements


  • Compulsory standards

  • Elective B – A minimum of 14 credits as specified


Detailed Requirements
Compulsory

The following standards are required


Health > Occupational Health and Safety > Occupational Health and Safety Practice

ID

Title

Level

Credit

497

Demonstrate knowledge of workplace health and safety requirements

1

3

17593

Apply safe work practices in the workplace

2

4

Manufacturing > Manufacturing Skills > Manufacturing Processes



ID

Title

Level

Credit

19506

Demonstrate knowledge of company quality policy on a manufacturing site

2

2

21329

Maintain housekeeping in a manufacturing environment

2

2

21330

Perform calculations for manufacturing production processes

2

2


Elective A

A minimum of 16 credits at Level 2 or above


Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Administration

ID

Title

Level

Credit

21078

Demonstrate knowledge of quality control standards in the motor and related industries

3

2

Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Workshop Engineering



ID

Title

Level

Credit

21671

Carry out general engineering tasks in the motor industry

2

4

Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Coachbuilding



ID

Title

Level

Credit

19635

Identify and maintain equipment used for coachbuilding operations

2

3

Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Motor Industry - Introductory Skills



ID

Title

Level

Credit

21670

Demonstrate knowledge of general engineering tasks in the motor industry

2

3

Manufacturing > Boating Industries > Boatbuilding



ID

Title

Level

Credit

18161

Perform measurements and calculations used in boatbuilding

2

5

18166

Participate in a project team in the boating industry

2

4

23244

Identify and apply health and safety procedures for the boatbuilding industry

3

4

25343

Identify boat fittings and fastenings

2

4

25344

Demonstrate knowledge of marine trades and expectations of employees

2

3

Manufacturing > Boating Industries > Marine Sales and Services



ID

Title

Level

Credit

9913

Demonstrate knowledge of the New Zealand marine industry

2

3

Manufacturing > Furniture > Furniture Making



ID

Title

Level

Credit

18892

Operate a computer-controlled edge-bander

2

4

Manufacturing > Industrial Textile Fabrication > Industrial Textile Fabrication Core Skills



ID

Title

Level

Credit

23479

Demonstrate knowledge of tools and equipment used in the industrial textile fabrication industry

2

3

23480

Select and use tools and workshop equipment in the industrial textile fabrication industry

3

6

23506

Demonstrate knowledge of quality control standards in the industrial textile fabrication industry

3

2

Manufacturing > Manufacturing Skills > Competitive Manufacturing



ID

Title

Level

Credit

21501

Apply competitive manufacturing practices in a competitive manufacturing organisation

2

5

21502

Sustain process improvements in a competitive manufacturing organisation

3

3

21503

Manage the impact of change on own work in a competitive manufacturing organisation

3

3

21507

Interpret product costs in a competitive manufacturing organisation

3

5

21508

Apply 5S procedures in a competitive manufacturing organisation

3

5

21515

Undertake root cause analysis in a competitive manufacturing organisation

3

5

Manufacturing > Wood Manufacturing - Generic Skills > Wood Manufacturing Foundation Skills



ID

Title

Level

Credit

5638

Demonstrate knowledge of principles of quality systems in the wood manufacturing industries

2

5

17869

Demonstrate knowledge of fundamentals of process controls used in wood manufacturing industries

3

10

22969

Take and record measurements and make calculations in wood manufacturing

2

3

22973

Demonstrate knowledge of factors that affect the performance of wood manufacturing workers

2

10

22988

Handle and store manufactured wood products for further processing

3

8

 

Field

Subfield

Domain

Manufacturing

Cablemaking

Any

Coatings, Inks, and Adhesives

Paint Manufacturing

Food and Related Products Processing

Any

Manufacturing Skills

Manufacturing Processes

Pharmaceutical and Allied Products

Any

Plastics Processing Technology

Any

Steel Manufacturing

Any

Supply Chain Management

Materials Management


Elective B

A minimum of 14 credits at Level 2 or above


Community and Social Services > Community and Workplace Fire and Emergency Management > Workplace Fire and Emergency Response

ID

Title

Level

Credit

3271

Suppress fire with hand extinguishers and fixed hose reels

2

1

4647

Explain principles of fire science

2

1

Humanities > Communication Skills > Interpersonal Communications



ID

Title

Level

Credit

9677

Participate in a group/team which has an objective(s)

2

3

Manufacturing > Composites > Production Composites



ID

Title

Level

Credit

3160

Produce a laminated polyester resin item to a product specification for composites

3

5

3161

Produce an epoxy resin item to a product specification for composites

3

5

Service Sector > Cranes > Crane Operation



ID

Title

Level

Credit

3800

Operate a pendant controlled overhead crane and lift and place regular loads

2

10

 

Field

Subfield

Domain

Engineering and Technology

Mechanical Engineering

Any

Motor Industry

Coachbuilding

Vehicle Bodywork

Health

Health Studies

First Aid

Occupational Health and Safety

Occupational Health and Safety Practice

Manufacturing

Cablemaking

Any

Coatings, Inks, and Adhesives

Paint Manufacturing

Glass and Glazing

Glass Container Manufacturing

Industrial Textile Fabrication

Any

Manufacturing Skills

Any

Pharmaceutical and Allied Products

Any

Plastics Processing Technology

Any

Printing

Any

Steel Manufacturing

Any

Service Sector

Lifting Equipment

Powered Industrial Lift Trucks


Optional standards

 

The following standards are optional



 

Humanities > Communication Skills > Interpersonal Communications



ID

Title

Level

Credit

1277

Communicate information in a specified workplace

2

3

3501

Demonstrate knowledge of and apply listening techniques

1

3

10790

Converse with others

1

2

 

Humanities > Communication Skills > Reading



ID

Title

Level

Credit

2989

Select, assess, and read texts to gain knowledge

2

3

25060

Independently read texts for practical purposes and to gain knowledge

1

6

 

Humanities > Communication Skills > Writing



ID

Title

Level

Credit

3483

Fill in a form

1

2

3490

Complete an incident report

1

2

 

Core Generic > Core Generic > Work and Study Skills



ID

Title

Level

Credit

4249

Demonstrate care and timeliness as an employee

1

4

26623

Use number to solve problems

1

4

Transition Arrangements



Version 2
Version 2 was republished in May 2011 to correct an error. The optional standards had inadvertently been omitted.
Version 2 was issued following a revision.
Changes to structure and content

  • The Food and Related Product Processing and Pharmaceutical and Allied Products subfields where added to Elective A

  • The expiring Core Health domain was replaced by the First Aid domain

  • Expiring standard 8489 was replaced by 26623 in the Optional standards section.

For detailed information see Review Summaries on the NZQA website.


Candidates enrolled on programmes leading to version 1 may transfer to version 2 if they wish.
This qualification contains a classification that replaced an earlier classification. For the purposes of this qualification, people who have gained credit for standards in the expiring classification are exempt from the requirement to gain credit for standards in the new classification. See table below.

 


Standards from

Are treated as Standards from

Health > Health Studies > Core Health

Health > Health Studies > First Aid

It is not intended that anyone is disadvantaged by this revision, and the above arrangements have been designed for a smooth transition. However, anyone who feels they have been disadvantaged may appeal to Competenz at the address below.



Previous versions of the qualification

Version 1 was a new qualification. However, it provided a transition option for people who were enrolled in the National Certificate in Manufacturing (Metal and Related Products) (Level 2) [Ref: 1386] to choose to transfer to this qualification if it better suited their needs.



Other standard setting bodies whose standards are included in the qualification

Fire and Rescue Services Industry Training Organisation

Forest Industries Training and Education Council (FITEC)

New Zealand Industry Training Organisation

NZ Marine Industry Training Organisation

NZ Motor Industry Training Organisation (Incorporated)

NZQA

Opportunity - The Training Organisation



Certification

This certificate will display the logos of NZQA, Competenz and the organisation that has been granted consent to assess against standards that meet the requirements of the qualification (accredited).



Classification

This qualification is classified according to the classification system listed on the Directory of Assessment Standards (DAS) and the New Zealand Standard Classification of Education (NZSCED) system as specified below.




DAS Classification

NZSCED

Code

Description

Code

Description

78

Manufacturing

0301

Engineering and Related Technologies > Manufacturing, Engineering and Technology




Quality Management Systems

Providers and Industry Training Organisations must be granted consent to assess by a recognised Quality Assurance Body before they can register credits from assessment against standards. Accredited providers and Industry Training Organisations assessing against standards must engage with the moderation system that applies to those standards. Accreditation requirements and the moderation system are outlined in the associated Accreditation and Moderation Action Plan (AMAP) for each standard.






Competenz

SSB Code 101571



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