马努卡理工学院/Manukau Institute of Technology
工程New Zealand Diploma in Marine Engineering (Level 6)
- 学费：$15,000 NZD Per Year
- 授课校区：New Zealand Maritime School - City Campus
- 48 NCEA credits at level 2 or equivalent
- 14 credits minimum at level 2 or higher in Math's (Calculus, algebra or equivalent) and/or Physics
- A minimum of 8 credits at level 2 or higher in English language
- a positive attitude to learning,
- effective communication skills
- appropriate personal presentation and discipline
- a high level of motivation to learn, succeed and achieve and
- demonstrate leadership skills
This programme provides a qualification for students wanting to work as Engineering Officers on a wide range of foreign going ships from cruise liners, ferries, and container vessels through to support vessels in the oil and gas industry.
The programme will prepare you for an interesting career in an international industry which has solid demand for well-trained and motivated people.
Completion of this programme will enable you to obtain a sea-going certificate of competency from Maritime New Zealand which will entitle you to sail as an Engineer Watchkeeping Officer on foreign going vessels operating worldwide. This will enable you to ultimately progress to sailing as a Chief Engineer on any vessel sailing world-wide.
This qualification includes New Zealand Certificate in Maritime Crewing (Level 4) combined with seatime which forms the first year of our three Diploma's (Nautical Science, Marine Engineering and Marine Electro-Technology (Level 6). It is expected that you will continue on to one of these Diploma's.
The New Zealand Maritime School is currently the only NZ provider of this programme.
Marine Engineering Officer on foreign-going ships.
Marine Engineer Class 2 and Marine Engineer Class 1 license certificates.
Engineering Watch-keeping 1 practicum Year 1
Electrical and electronic control systems operation (Practicum year 1)
Marine Engineering Maths
Mechanical Technology 1
STCW basic safety training Basic Sea Survival
STCW basic safety training Basic Fire Fighting
STCW basic safety training Basic First Aid
STCW basic safety training Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities
Proficiency in Security Awareness
Engineering Watch-keeping 1
Engineering Watch-keeping 1 practicum Year 2
Electrical and electronic control systems operation
Electrical and electronic control systems operation (Practicum
Electrical and electronic control systems maintenance and repair 1
Technical design communications
Electrical and electronic maintenance practicum year 2
Main and auxiliary machinery 1
Main and auxiliary machinery 1 (Practicum year 2)
Fuel, lubrication, ballast and other pumping systems
Fuel, lubrication, ballast and other pumping systems (Practicum year 2)
Ship stability and stress for marine engineers
Stability and structure practicum Year 2
Maintenance and repair of shipboard machinery and equipment part A
Maintenance and repair of shipboard machinery and equipment part B
Maintenance and repair of shipboard machinery and equipment practicum year 2
Basic Oil and Chemicals
High Voltage at Operational Level
Human Elements Leadership and Management (H.E.L.M.)
Main and auxiliary machinery 2
Electrical and electronic control systems operation (Practicum year 3)
Electrical and electronic control systems maintenance and repair 2
Electrical and electronic maintenance practicum year 3
Main and auxiliary machinery 1 (Practicum year 3)
Fuel, lubrication, ballast and other pumping systems (Practicum year 3)
Stability and structure practicum Year 3
Maintenance and repair of shipboard machinery and equipment practicum year 3
Pollution Prevention and Maritime Legislation
Proficiency in survival craft (PISC)
Medical First Aid
Crisis Management and Human Behaviour
Marine Dangerous Goods
Students must produce evidence of having met the medical and eyesight standards currently in force for marine engineering officers by Maritime New Zealand. These are statutory requirements for working on ships.
Applicants must meet the following criteria for admission into the programme:
Students must be able to show:
These attributes will normally be assessed by way of an interview and through consideration of the written application. Alternative means to assess these criteria will be adopted where an interview is not practicable, e.g. In the case of international students.
English Language entry requirements
Applicants must have sufficient competence in the English language to undertake this programme which is taught and assessed in English. Evidence of English language ability to a minimum of IELTS 5.5 (with a minimum of 5.0 across all academic bands) for students whom English is not their first language.
International students must meet the current NZQA requirements (Section 18 V2).
Completion of this qualification is a pre-requisite to applying for a Maritime New Zealand Marine Engineer Class 3 (MEC3) or Class 4 (MEC4) Certificate. Award of these certificates by Maritime New Zealand will also require the completion of: a logbook, oral exam and ancillary certificates.
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