Course details

Conservation Visitor Assets
NZQF Level 4

About the course

Graduates of this short award will be involved in inspecting tracks, huts or structures such as bridges, boardwalks and barriers for safety. These graduates will be able to assess a track, hut or structures condition and report on required maintenance work. These graduates will be suited for roles in building inspection / compliance or as a DOC ranger.

Entry requirements

Applicants under 20 years: Achieved NCEA Level 2 Applicants over 20 years: No minimum academic requirements IELTS 5.5 for applicants whose first language is not English Has recognised conservation responsibilities.

About the provider

Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology is a Government Institute with campuses in Nelson, Marlborough and Auckland.

NMIT is a New Zealand Qualifications Authority Category 1 (the highest) Institute.

Our programmes are designed alongside industry to create work ready graduates that meet local and international job market needs. You'll find NMIT tutors care a lot about student success, and classes are small enough that they know you by name.

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