New Zealand Certificate in Wastewater Treatment with an optional strand in Multistage Processes (Level 4)

Course details

New Zealand Certificate in Wastewater Treatment with an optional strand in Multistage Processes (Level 4)
NZQF Level 4

About the course

Gain national recognition as a skilled operator in the increasingly critical wastewater treatment industry. This programme covers a range of vital processes and technologies in wastewater treatment plants.

As you work through this 12 - 20 month programme, you will learn how to protect public health and the environment. Implement, monitor and communicate health and safety requirements. Operate a wastewater treatment plant using preliminary treatment processes to meet requirements. Monitor wastewater treatment plant operation and interpret compliance and operational data. Sample, test and report wastewater procedures for wastewater treatment.

Credits: 70-120

Entry requirements

There are no entry requirements for this programme, but you must be currently working in the wastewater treatment industry.

About the provider

Connexis arranges, delivers, supports, and assesses work-based learning for the infrastructure industries of Civil, Energy, Telecommunications, and Water. That means we help up skill the infrastructure workforce. We set programmes, evaluate assessments, and support employers and learners to obtain nationally-recognised micro-credentials and qualifications through apprenticeships and traineeships.

We are passionate about creating a sustainable infrastructure workforce for Aotearoa, which responds to the needs of industry, both now and in the future. This includes improving access to training and encouraging diversity to reach underrepresented groups such as women, Māori, and Pasifika.

We are the infrastructure business division of Te Pūkenga – New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology. Te Pūkenga is the new Crown entity established to unite Institutes of Technology, Polytechnics (ITPs) and Industry Training Organisations around the country into a unified national network as part of the Government’s Reform of Vocational Education.  It is creating a network of on-job, online and on-campus learning to give learners more flexibility in what, where and how they learn.