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NZQF NQ Ref

1364

Version

2

Page of



National Certificate in Paint Manufacturing (Level 2)





Level

2

Credits

47



Purpose

The National Certificate in Paint Manufacturing (Level 2) [Ref: 1364] is a qualification intended to provide the core skills and knowledge for paint manufacturing. Elective Set A within the qualification is designed to accommodate the common range of dispersion equipment used in the industry, while Elective Set B offers significant flexibility to meet the specific individual's and/or enterprise requirements.


Holders of this certificate are able to work under supervision in paint production, quality control, and paint testing.
This qualification is a prerequisite for the National Certificate in Paint Manufacturing

(Level 3) [Ref: 1365] and is the lowest level qualification of the Paint Manufacturing set. Certificate holders are encouraged to undertake further training. People interested in acquiring supervisory skills and knowledge may be interested in undertaking the National Certificate in Business (First Line Management) (Level 3) [Ref: 0743] and the National Certificate in Business (First Line Management) (Level 4) [Ref: 0649].



Replacement Information

This qualification replaced the Paint Manufacturing strand of the National Certificates in Materials Processing at Levels 1 and 2 [Refs: 1072, 1073].



Credit Range




Compulsory

Elective

Set A

Set B


Level 1 credits

2

-

-

Level 2 or above credits

27

4 or 5

13 or 14

Minimum totals

29

18



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 – A minimum of 18 credits as specified

 

Detailed Requirements

 

Compulsory

The following standards are required

 

Engineering and Technology > Mechanical Engineering > Engineering Core Skills



ID

Title

Level

Credit

21911

Demonstrate knowledge of safety on engineering worksites

2

1

21912

Apply safe working practices on an engineering worksite

2

2

 

Humanities > Communication Skills > Interpersonal Communications



ID

Title

Level

Credit

1277

Communicate information in a specified workplace

2

3

9677

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

2

3

 

Manufacturing > Coatings, Inks, and Adhesives > Paint Manufacturing



ID

Title

Level

Credit

20287

Demonstrate basic knowledge of paint and paint production

1

2

20288

Demonstrate knowledge of paint raw material components

2

5

20291

Prepare to assemble and assemble ingredients for paint manufacture

2

3

20292

Prepare and perform paint mixing operations

2

4

20296

Perform basic paint testing

2

2

26284

Demonstrate knowledge of dispersion equipment used in paint manufacture

3

2

26285

Demonstrate knowledge of dispersion in paint manufacture

3

2

 

Elective

A minimum of 18 credits at Level 2 or above

From the following sets


  • Set A

  • Set B

 

Set A

A minimum of 1 standard

 

Manufacturing > Coatings, Inks, and Adhesives > Paint Manufacturing



ID

Title

Level

Credit

20294

Prepare to operate, and operate high speed dispersion equipment for paint manufacture

4

4

20295

Prepare to operate, and operate mills to disperse paint

4

5

 

Set B

A minimum of 13 credits at Level 2 or above



 

Field

Subfield

Domain

Business

Business Administration

Any

Business Operations and Development

Any

Computing and Information Technology

Computing

Generic Computing

Core Generic

Core Generic

Any

Engineering and Technology

Electrical Engineering

Core Electrical

Electronic Engineering

Core Electronics

Electronic Manufacturing

Mechanical Engineering

Engineering Core Skills

Engineering Drawing and Design

Engineering - Fabrication

Engineering Machining and Toolmaking

Engineering - Materials

Engineering - Measurement

Fluid Power - Hydraulics

Fluid Power - Pneumatics

Maintenance and Diagnostics in Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Assembly

Mechanical Commissioning

Mechanical Installation

Welding

Technology

Any

Health

Health Studies

First Aid

Occupational Health and Safety

Occupational Health and Safety Practice

Humanities

Communication Skills

Any

English

Any

Languages

English for Speakers of Other Languages

Manufacturing

Any

Any

Sciences

Environment

Any

Mathematics

Any

Science

Chemistry

Physics

Science - Core

Service Sector

Cranes

Crane Operation

Driving

Driver Licence Endorsements

Lifting Equipment

Powered Industrial Lift Trucks

Retail, Distribution, and Sales

Distribution

Retail and Distribution Core Skills

Stock Control

Service Sector Skills

Any



Transition Arrangements



Version 2
Version 2 was issued following revision to update the details and status of reviewed standards and classifications included in the qualification.
Changes to content and structure

  • The credit total of the qualification increased from 45 to 47.

  • The credit value of standard 20288 increased from 4 to 5.

  • Standard 20291 increased from Level 1 to Level 2 and its title was updated.

  • Standard 20293 was replaced by newly developed standards 26284 and 26285.

  • The option to choose from the expiring Composites and Core Health domains was removed from Elective Set B and the option to choose from the First Aid domain, which replaced the Core Health domain, was added.

For detailed information see Review Summaries on the NZQA website.


Version 1 of this qualification is not achievable because standard 20293 in the Compulsory section expired in December 2010. Therefore, all candidates working towards version 1 of this qualification must transfer to this version of this qualification.
This qualification contains standards that replace earlier standards. For the purposes of this qualification, people who have gained credit for the expiring standards are exempt from the requirement to gain credit for the replacement standards – see table below.


Credit for

Exempt from

1300

9677

2824

21911, 21912

20293

26284, 26285

This qualification contains classifications that replace earlier classifications. People who have gained credit for standards in the lapsed or lapsing classifications may continue to use those credits to meet the qualification requirements.




Standards from

Are treated as Standards from

Engineering and Technology > Mechanical Engineering > Fluid Power

Engineering and Technology > Mechanical Engineering > Fluid Power - Hydraulics

Engineering and Technology > Mechanical Engineering > Fluid Power

Engineering and Technology > Mechanical Engineering > Fluid Power - Pneumatics

Service Sector > Distribution

Service Sector > Retail, Distribution, and Sales > Distribution

Service Sector > Distribution

Service Sector > Retail, Distribution, and Sales > Stock Control

Service Sector > Distribution

Service Sector > Retail, Distribution, and Sales > Retail and Distribution Core Skills

Engineering and Technology > Electronics Technology > Core Electronics

Engineering and Technology > Electronic Engineering > Core Electronics

Engineering and Technology > Electronics Technology > Electronic Manufacturing

Engineering and Technology > Electronic Engineering > Electronic Manufacturing

Health > Health Studies > Core Health

Health > Health Studies > First Aid

Competenz has endeavoured to ensure that no person has been disadvantaged by this revision. Anyone who thinks that they have been disadvantaged should, in the first instance, contact the ITO at the address below.



Previous version of the qualification
Version 1 replaced the Paint Manufacturing strand of the National Certificates in Materials Processing at Levels 1 and 2 [Refs: 1072, 1073]. There were significant changes in the content and structure of the new qualification.
Summary of differences between the qualifications

  • The Paint Manufacturing strand of the National Certificate in Materials Processing at Levels 1 and 2 with strands [Refs: 1072, 1073] was combined into one new sector-specific Level 2 qualification.

  • Seven standards (497, 3503, 8817, 9707, 12355, 12382, 19506), which were compulsory requirements for the Paint Manufacturing strand of the National Certificate in Materials Processing at Levels 1 and 2 with strands [Refs: 1072, 1073], were no longer specified.

  • Standard 2824 was replaced by standards 21911 and 21912.

  • Standard 20294 was no longer compulsory but was an alternative to standard 20295, which had been added to this qualification.

Additionally the General strand and all the plastics strands of the National Certificates in Materials Processing at Levels 1, 2, and 3 [Refs: 1072, 1073, 1074] were replaced by the National Certificates in Plastics Processing Technology (Production) at Levels 1, 2, and 3 with strands [Refs: 1361, 1362, 1363], and the Glass Containers strand of the National Certificates in Materials Processing at Levels 1 and 2 [Refs: 1072, 1073] was replaced by the National Certificates in Glass Container Manufacturing at Levels 1, 2, and 3 [Refs: 1358, 1359, 1360]. Appropriate transition arrangements were detailed in each of these qualifications. The last date for assessment to take place for the replaced qualifications was 31 December 2009.



NZQF National Qualification Registration Information





Process

Version

Date

Last Date for Assessment

Registration

1

March 2008

December 2012

Revision

2

May 2011

N/A



Standard Setting Body

Competenz

PO Box 9005

Newmarket

Auckland 1149
Telephone 0800 526 1800

Fax 09 539 9899

Email info@competenz.org.nz

Website http://www.competenz.org.nz/


Planned Review

Any person or organisation may contribute to the review of this qualification by sending feedback to the standard setting body at the above address.




Next Review

2013



Other standard setting bodies whose standards are included in the qualification

Competenz

NZQA

Certification

This certificate will display the logos of NZQA, Competenz Incorporated 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

1896

Manufacturing > Coatings, Inks, and Adhesives > Paint Manufacturing

030199

Engineering and Related Technologies > Manufacturing, Engineering and Technology > Manufacturing Engineering and Technology not elsewhere classified




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. Organisation with consent to assess and Industry Training Organisations assessing against standards must engage with the moderation system that applies to those standards. Consent to assess requirements and the moderation system are outlined in the associated Consent and Moderation Requirements (CMR) for each standard.






Competenz

SSB Code 101571



Ó New Zealand Qualifications Authority 2016





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