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2016/10/18 标签:热点项目、移民课程、新西兰移民专业、新西兰留学移民

本页介绍以下快速移民课程:

1、景观园林建筑(2年大专、4年本科、2年研究生)

2、工程经济学、工程管理、房产开发(2年大专、3年本科、2年研究生)

3、IT信息技术(2年大专、3年本科、1年学士后、2年研究生;可“专升硕”、可接受无IT学历背景入学)

4、专业会计硕士 (18个月完成,无需本科专业背景)

5、平面设计、动漫设计、室内设计、工艺设计、珠宝设计、产品设计(2年大专、3年本科、1.5-3年研究生)

6、幼儿教育(3年本科、1年学士后、2年研究生;可接受非幼教专业本科毕业生入读,最短1年完成,拿教师资格证)

7、健康专业(整骨、护理、医学成像等3年本科、2年硕士)

8、护理(1-2年大专,毕业生93%就业,最快移民,高中毕业学历或以上可申请)

9、注册护士(3年本科,国内有护士资格的1年完成)

10、应用技术(汽车自动化工程、电气工程、造船、木工、家具和橱柜**作、电工、汽车电子、海洋工程系统、水暖工、焊接和装配等)(1年技术****+2-3年工作经验、3年本科)

11、西式厨师和糕点(1-2年大专)

12、美发(2年大专)

13、应用科学(食品科学/食品技术/食品工程、环境学/环境工程、水产养殖、应用化学、应用数学、应用微生物学、人体解剖学、健康保护、生理学等(3年本科、2年硕士)

          

景观园林建筑 —— 新西兰长期紧缺热门行业

 

l  风景如画的新西兰拥有世界上最好的景观园林建筑专业

l  Unitec的景观园林设计专业乃新西兰全国最好

l  Unitec建筑学职业硕士课程是第一个在新西兰创立的行业标准课程

l  新西兰注册建筑师学会、国际园林建筑联合会、新西兰园林景观建筑师协会认证!

l  新西兰长期紧缺行业100%就业,毕业可获3年工签和申请“绿卡”!

l  就业方向:建筑师、景观园林设计师、环境设计顾问、城市规划师、项目经理等。

l  可申请课程:建筑或景观园林建筑大专、本科、硕士。

 

园林作为现代城市建设的重要组成部分,正在受到人们越来越普遍的关注。作为一门集时间、空间于一体,置观赏者于其中的艺术,景观建筑学起着统领全局的作用,正为诸如环境艺术、装饰艺术、广告艺术等各类新兴艺术所仿效。生态型城市的建设是现在世界城市的追求。新西兰是众所周知的世界上的“最后一片净土”,她的园林景观也是世界上所独有的。Unitec的设计手法,设计理念都有着独特之处。

就业前景

园林景观设计师大部分的工作时间花在办公室里做设计并制作设计图,准备模型,做成本评估,做研究或与客户及项目中的其他专业人员开会。其余时间在现场实地勘察或监督施工。

2006年到2016之间,景观建筑师的就业增长率预计为16%,高于所有职业的平均就业增长率。总体来说景观建筑师的就业前景不错。

职业发展

    发展园林景观建筑师可能成为项目经理,承担项目的会议日程和预算,还有监督项目的设计。许多景观园林建筑师是自由工作者。自律、商业触觉,和良好的营销技巧是能否自我运作和成功的重要素质。景观园林建筑师的培训同样也可以使学员在景观设计相关的领域工作,并成为建设督导员、徒弟和环境规划、或景观顾问。

   

    Unitec国立理工学院学习景观园林建筑专业,你将学习研究这些变 化的需求及如何应对这些挑战。我们的课程设置借鉴科学,历史,艺术和现代科技。这些课程生动,富有吸引力和挑战性,并且理论联系实际,实习时间达400小时,业内有很好的口碑。最重要的是,所学专业被行业认可。景观园林建筑本科由新西兰园林建筑师学会(NZILA)和国际园林建筑联合会(IFLA审核并认可。新西兰园林设计协会(GDSNZ)审核并认可景观园林设计大专文凭


    作为一名景观园林建筑专业的学生,你会参与各种类型实际设计方案,有机会亲自勘查设计现场,并创造富有想象力的设计,使我们的生存环境更加人性化接近自然。学习期间甚至可能有机会去考察亚洲,欧洲或太平洋的设计项目。最重要的是,会有许多机会从中得到启发。我们与业界有着紧密的联系,与专业景观园林建筑师一起工作参与实际课题,并与建筑师,室内设计师,规划师和工程师经常性联系,为未来的职业生涯打下了坚实的基础及提供了宝贵的经验。

 

    该校的师资是屡获殊荣的景观建筑师,他们不断给学生带来新的灵感。我们的师资是国际认可的景观建筑从业人员和研究人员,积极关注景观园林建筑的发展。他们的研究成果定期在国际刊物上发表,向新西兰及世界展示最独特高水准的景观设计工程。许多教师是行业比赛或艾勒斯利花卉/花园展览(Ellerslie Flower Show评审团的评委。来自世界各地的知名评论家给与了极大的支持。

 

学生(Bernie Ranum)学习感言:

Unitec学习我很喜欢接触到新的想法和机遇,创造性地探索设计思路。去太平洋岛国,Niue是完成景观园林建筑学士学位的精彩部分。对我来说另外一件有意义的事情是在结束第三学年年时,在Unitec赢得弗兰克博法奖(Frank Boffa Award。获奖使我有机会寻找我喜欢的工作。真正有趣的是我们经常参与各种类型的设计项目,你会从中发现你感兴趣的工作大多数人认为,景观建筑园林设计无非就是设计花园,其实专业的范围要广泛得多,景观建筑师工作在城市设计,自然环境管理,环境恢复,公园设计等等不同领域”。

 

Daisy Tang学习感言:我在Unitec Bachelor of Landscape Architecture 第三年的学生,已经帮老师作研究一年多啦,刚刚做了两个视屏关于我们这个Unitec Arboretum Project。我们的网页是http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5iVGd6mT4do

,简单介绍这个项目,我们的工作过程:如何在同学和老师的帮助下收集资料,如何使用网站http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcusdAh7DQLjHohTFOk31qg

 第一次被录下来很紧张。通过与我的老师合作参与研究工作和小班制教学,给我很多自信心,景观园林建筑是我充满激情的专业

 

学习计划:强化英语班+专业。如高三毕业生有兴趣志向学习景观园林设计专业,可以先从(Diploma in Landscape Design)景观设计大专 2)学习。如继续学习本科,通常转100-110学分。

 

英语要求完成英语文凭(高级)或强化精读英语课程可以直接进入Unitec 专业课程学习,不需提供雅思成绩。

 

作品集

·         作品集:15-20 幅最好的设计/美术作品, 并对每幅作品有见解说明。

·         申请本科学生可能需要面试。

 

更多入读本专业及提供作品详情,请阅读校方网站:

http://www.unitec.ac.nz/creative-industries-business/landscape/landscape-architecture_home.cfm

 

 

课程           学制        开学时间       学费(年)  雅思/英语要求

景观园林设计大专

2

2/7

$19,800

6.0或英语强化高级毕业

景观园林建筑本科

4

2

$19,800

6.5英语文凭(高级)(三级)

景观园林建筑硕士

1.5 -2.5

2

$21,800

6.5英语文凭(高级)

 

 

工程经济学、工程管理、房产开发 —— 留学高额投资回报专业

 

中国工程院院士,前浙江大学校长潘云鹤先生曾说,每年中国要修世界上最长的路,造世界上最多的桥,盖世界上最多的楼,工程类人才奇缺。而在这个行业中,熟悉工程造价招投标合同管理,精通工程项目各专业各阶段的成本管理,知悉当地工程造价情况、材料设备市场价格的专业性人才更是稀缺。

 

课程学习内容: 评估项目工程的成本和价值、管理支出、确保项目在预算内完成、建筑实践,投标,建筑科学和材料,合同法与行政管理,设计管理等。

课程的实用性:  授课老师在建筑行业工作过,经常邀请这个领域的杰出人物和专家讲课。他们带来行业发展趋势、立法、环保等议题的最新知识。

 

IT信息技术—— 新西兰长期紧缺和热门移民课程

 

IT产业在新西兰是人才紧缺的行业,信息技术也是新西兰官方所公布的短缺行业。计算机行业在新西兰一直保持了强劲的势头,在10种增长最快的行业中占了3种。

l  NZSE与奥克兰理工大学“信息技术专业本科直通车”项目,2年半完成本科!时间短,费用省,毕业可获得2次共2年开放式工作签证!国内完成高二,雅思5.5分,即可申请入读。

l  开设有证书、大专、本科、硕士和博士课程,就业前景广。针对本科非IT专业的学生或国内大专毕业生提供仅1本科“研究生预科”或“专升本”课程。

l  课程实用性强,学习最先进的业内技术,配以世界一流师资和硬件设施。

l  就业方向:数据库管理员、系统分析员、网络或客户支持技术人员、操作系统分析员、应用程序员、多媒体开发人员、教师、通信分析员、网络管理员、网页设计员等。

 

专业会计硕士—— 新西兰长期紧缺和热门移民课程

 推荐大学:奥克兰大学

l  课程仅用18个月完成。

l  本科专业不限,无需GRE/GMAT成绩。

l  课程实用性强,由新西兰注册会计师协会认可,毕业直接获得注册会计师协会初级会员资格。

l  毕业可以获得3年工作签证,为找工作和移民提供便利。

梅西大学还提供会计和金融双硕士学位课程,2年完成,无需专业背景,毕业获新西兰注册会计师协会和金融分析师协会双认证。

 

平面设计、动漫设计、室内设计、工艺设计、珠宝设计、产品设计 —— 新西兰紧缺专业、未来成长行业

 

l  新西兰紧缺专业,未来增长行业,是就业、移民最捷径的项目

l  Unitec的设计学院是欧洲设计艺术院校联盟成员,也是新西兰最大的设计学院之一。

l  视觉传达设计学士学位有媒体设计、绘画和摄影三方向。

l  三维设计学士学位包括学习珠宝设计或侧重家具设计、陶瓷设计、玻璃设计、照明设计等方向。

l  室内设计学士学位

l  产品设计学士学位

l  设计硕士是交叉学科性质的。没有授课,而是以项目为基础,设计作品、由特邀国际设计师、建筑师、策展人等专业人士评论和评估。

在现代化商业竞争中,设计的地位越来越受重视。从目前的就业情况看,这类专业的毕业生主要在装饰公司、建筑公司、软件公司、广告公司、图书出版公司、家具公司等从事设计工作。随着演艺事业逐渐升温,设计与视觉艺术毕业生人才已成为市场上的抢手货。

 

喜欢打破创造性实践的界限,并挑战传统的思维吗?Unitec设计与视觉艺术系学习,你将可以学到独特的技能,通过优秀师资的指导和实践,你会发现自己有无限的创造潜力。

Unitec注重实践与应用为其办学宗旨,培养学生理论与实践相结合的能力。设计工作室实践是所有学习的核心。在工作室,采用小班授课与教授交流机会较多,花大量时间进行课题设计,在导师悉心指点之下,学生迅速提高创意灵感和掌握技能。数码实验室,版画工作室,暗房,摄影工作室,金属,木材,玻璃和陶瓷作坊是学生产生灵感之地。此外,还有机会与其他同学合作和交流分享学习体会,学生设计课题/毕业作品展览于校园内的画廊。学校积极发挥师资及关联产业的资源优势,促进产业、教学相结合,为学生创造多渠道的教学实习机会,毕业生设计的课题以产业为基础,也为毕业生就业和创业提供广阔的选择领域。并邀请业内著名人士参观毕业展,与毕业生面谈交流。


该校的许多教师都获得了著名的艺术和设计奖项。他们的作品在国内和国际上展览,制作出获奖动画电影及创作最畅销的书籍。得益于国际艺术家参与校内设计项目,我们的学生有机会与来自世界各地的最具有创意的从业人员探讨最新设计和视觉艺术的发展。在2011年,他们包括来自台湾的媒体/视频艺术家,俄罗斯的雕刻家和摄影师,美国的动漫制作艺术家,和一位来自斯洛伐克的3D设计师。学生有机会在SNOWHITE画廊与这些国内及国际的艺术家和设计师切磋艺术。

该校的艺术/设计专业的毕业生活跃在新西兰和国际舞台上:动画制作,创意总监,策展人,美术艺术家,平面设计师,家具设计师,室内设计师,摄影师和产品设计师。有些毕业生已经开始自己创业,发展自己的独特艺术和设计企业。该校的学生和毕业生也赢得像新西兰最佳设计大奖,ECC年度青年设计师奖和著名的Glaister Ennor毕业生艺术大奖。我们相信:在我们的帮助下,加上你的艺术天分,经过勤奋努力,你一定能成功

 

部分获奖照片

 

 

 

 

设计及视觉艺术有以下专业:

现代工艺品设计:艺术品, 珠宝, 雕塑, 陶器, 灯光, 玻璃器皿, 家具); 平面设计/动漫三维制作; 室内设计; 摄影/传媒艺术; 产品/家具设计; 视觉艺术 (绘画, 雕塑)

 

未来学生学习规划:

 

·       如高三毕业生有兴趣志向学习以上专业,可以学习设计视觉艺术证书 (1),完成证书继续设计/视觉艺术本科(3年),如完成两年课程可取得设计视觉艺术相应专业大专(2年)。

 

·        如在国内相关专业本科毕业,可选读设计学硕士

 

英语要求

完成大专英语或强化精读英语课程可以直接进入Unitec 专业课程学习,不需提供雅思成绩。

 

作品集

设计/视觉艺术本科

·       作品集:(15-20 幅最好的设计/美术作品, 并对每幅作品有见解说明。

·       如学生在奥克兰,需要面试。

 

设计学硕士

·       作品集:(8-12幅最好的设计/美术作品, 并对每幅作品有见解说明。

·       个人陈述(200-400字),阐明设计课题提议。

·       个人简历

 

 

设计及视觉艺术专业

 

设计视觉艺术证书

1

2/7

$18,800

雅思5.5/英语强化中高级班

 

设计/视觉艺术本科

 

3

 

2

 

$19,800

 

雅思6.0/英语强化高级班

(现代工艺品设计:艺术品, 珠宝, 雕塑, 陶器, 灯光, 玻璃器皿, 家具);

平面设计/动漫三维制作; 室内设计; 摄影/传媒艺术; 产品/家具设计; 视觉艺术 (绘画, 雕塑)

 

设计学硕士

 

1.5-3

 

2

 

$21,800

 

雅思6.5/大专英语三级

 

 

  

幼儿教育课程 —— 学习、就业、移民,一步到位!

课程的优势:

l        幼儿教育本科学士学位课程是为立志从事幼教行业以及准备在这一领域继续深造的人士专门设计的学习课程。它综合了新西兰国内所有幼儿教育行业的知识,技能和特性,使您能够在毕业后灵活的选择自己所期望的方式开展幼教工作

l        幼儿教育行业是新西兰移民局指定的长期短缺行业,毕业后可以获得教师注册资格并直接申请新西兰“绿卡”。学习幼儿教育学士学位课程,学院提供实习和就业机会,不仅在学生学习期间提供灵活多样的兼职工作,帮助学生解决生活收入问题,而且学院会给毕业生提供面式机会,尽量帮助学生顺利进入工作领域。

l         3年本科、1年学士后、2年研究生;可接受非幼教专业本科毕业生入读,最短1年完成,拿教师资格证。

薪资待遇:

l  第一年起薪纽币27040-31200

l  第二年年薪为纽币33280-39520

l  第三年年薪为纽币41600-48880

l  领班教师:年薪最少为纽币52000

l  幼儿园经理:年薪纽币68000+提成(纽币20000元左右)

  

健康专业(整骨学、护理、医学影像) —— 100%就业、移民!

 

l  唯一性:Unitec提供新西兰唯一的整骨学专业硕士课程,毕业直接注册为整骨医师!

l  专业认证:课程被新西兰医学放射技术学会、医学放射技术委员会、新西兰注册护士委员会、新西兰整骨学委员会认证!

l  大量实习机会:Mt Albert校区有现代化的整骨诊所,整骨学的学生可现场为病人诊断治疗。护士专业的学生定向在Waitakere医院实习,最后一年作为轮班护士每周工作4天。医学影像专业的学生每周至少2天在医院实习。

 

最短1年护理专业大专--- 93%毕业率、100%就业

移民新捷径,高中或以上学历可申请

 

课程就业与移民背景   

由于新西兰人口老龄化严重,根据新西兰统计局的数据,从1996年至2011年新西兰65岁以上的老年人将达到552000人,2011-2021年新西兰的老年人将达到75万人,在未来的半个世纪新西兰65岁以上的老年人将会增加166%,达到114万人,65岁老年人占全国人口的四分之一,根据新西兰卫生部的统计,新西兰从事老年护理行业工作的员工只有3091,只占医疗保健工作员工的8.9%,老年护理行业已经成为新西兰医疗保健和福利的最主要部分,由于新西兰不断增长的老龄人口,新西兰需要引进大量的护理工作人员来应对日益严重的护理危机。护理行业是新西兰增长最快和长期短缺行业,同样是新西兰移民局积极吸引的技能人才。

 

 

(以上数据来源:新西兰国家健康信息服务中心www.nzhis.govt.nz,新西兰国家统计局www.stats.govt.nz

 

 

 

 

课程简介:

新西兰护理大专课程 (Diploma in Healthcare Studies)(学制1-2年)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  该课程教授给学生在进行家庭/住户护理,向病人和客户提供符合毛利文化传统要求的护理时所要具备的丰富的护理知识和技能。该课程也同时帮助学生在福利和社区服务机构开展服务活动时,发展管理专长。该课程是为想在护理专业进一步发展或寻求更高学历的学生所设立。

    学有所用,学历广泛适用于各类型的老年社会或福利社会的医疗护理行业;

       为中国医科、护士学历提供海外认可的切实可行的解决方案;

       教学与实习相结合的授课模式,为学生提供最大专业对口就业;

    多种族、多元文化的教学和生活环境为学生提供国际化的视野。  

       学生可根据自身情况,灵活选择一年大专或二年大专学习。

      有医科和护理背景的学生可利用在读时间参加本地护士医生注册考试 ,为时间18个月。

     该课程自2010年创办以来,毕业生就业率高达93%,快速移民新捷径!

 

就业方向 

    根据Australia and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupation (ANZSCO)澳纽行业分类标准:www.immigration.govt.nz/ANZSCO,毕业生可从事以下行业:

ANZSCO CODE                     ANZSCO行业代码名称

411711 Community Worker                  社区工作者

411712 Disabilities Service Officer      残障服务管理员

411713 Family Support Worker            家庭支援工作者

411715 Residential Care Officer          家庭护理管理员

411512 Hauora(Maori Health Assistant)    毛利人健康助理

    课程由新西兰最大的护理机构HEALTHCARE NZ(www.healthcarenz.co.nz)及奥克兰最大的老人院SELWYN FOUNDATION(www.selwyncare.org.nz)提供实习及工作保证,老人院全部是洋人老人院,会帮助学生非常快速地提高英语水平,真正融入西方主流社会。 所有列出来的就业方向,都是移民局认可的技能类工作,可以马上申请移民,无须工作经验要求,无须经理职位要求。

 

护理大专课程内容 

第一年第1学期:

 

学生将学习肌肉-骨骼护理;在特定护理条件或残障条件下护理病人;在特定护理条件或残障条件下帮助 患者参与社区护理服务已满足他们的个人护理需求。学生可以掌握在特定工作环境交流信息的技能、能够参与团队合作。学生可以协调计划家庭会议或毛利社区聚会。学生可以在特定的护理、残障或社区条件正确处理病人失落和哀伤的情绪。 学生可以学会分析和解释毛利历史文化如:whakama, mana, Kaitiakitanga, 殖民历史,以及该文化对毛利人健康理论Hauora实践结果上的影响。


第一年第2学期:

 

学生将学习关于痴呆病的知识、以病人为核心的护理模式和与痴呆病患者交流方法。学生将学习痴呆病的病症以及如何向病人提供服务。学生可以执行工作环境下的制定的健康安全计划。 学生将研究和分析从1919年到现在新西兰毛利人的健康问题,以及毛利人健康理论的不同点。学生将学习管理理论和管理职能、社会责任和工作原则。 学生将学会在护理机构解决问题、进行决策和完成日常工作。学生将学习管理沟通、激励团队和应对日常变化。


第二年第1学期:

 

学生将学习如何安排其他护理环境,如何在居住环境下进行护理,以及如何结束病人的家庭护理。学生将能帮 助病人在家庭护理后重新融入社区生活;学生可以学习痴呆病人行为异常时如何提供护理服务。学生将在社区服务过程中把理论与实践相融合,并学习如何在健康安全管理行业建立护理系统。


第二年第2学期:

 

学生将学习如何寻找和获取信息资源、分析信息、制定降低工作造成的伤病频率和严重性的策略方案。学生将可以评估行动计划和行动方案,为行动方案寻求和分配丰富的资源。学生将学习领导、管理和执行之间的关系。学生将学习如何在一个护理机构创造一个有效率的、领导有素的环境。学生将在应用管理的技巧、知识和态度方面发展相应的能力。学生将学习如何管理团队和在日常的护理工作中进行项目调研。
 

考试方法:

 

现实工作环境的技能操作、课堂环境的书写和技能操作。

 

教学方法:

 

面对面教授、专题研讨、培训室、工作实习。

 

工作实习:

 

在不同的护理环境下进行每学期150小时的工作实习是课程重要的组成部分。

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

入学要求 
    18周岁以上,通过雅思5.5分以上或者学校内部考试,高中或者以上学历

 

费用
学杂费总计:5级大专--- $17,970纽币; 6级大专--- $11,450纽币

 

开学时间:每年的2月或3月,7月,9月

 

成功案例(1)——Dipen的故事

Health Care studies/course is really good opportunity who wants to settle down in New Zealand. I started working part time while studying, and after finishing my studies, my Company offered me full time job as a “Residential Care Officer” I lodge my PR in December 2010 and got approved in March 2011.
It is the most easy way to go to, as because the course is just for one year and fees compare to other options is the almost same. Health Care sector has lots of job available in all over the New Zealand, just need to have correct attitude and enthusiasm.
If studying Health Care in Auckland, study in AUCKLAND GOLDSTAR INSTITUTE, because right from the Director of Studies to the Marketing Team of AGI, knows how to make their students achieve their goal... "Dipen"
Contact No: 0212398622

   健康护理课程对想定居新西兰的人来说真的是一个好机会。我上学期间就开始做兼职,在我课程结束的时候,我兼职的公司给了我一份“家庭护理管理员”的全职工作。用这份工作合同,我在2010年12月递交了移民申请,并于2011年3月获批。
这是移民的最佳捷径,因为课程仅需1年时间,费用却和其他的课程几乎相当。在新西兰全国范围内,健康护理部门有很多的工作机会,需要的只是正确的态度和热情。
   如果选择在奥克兰学习健康护理专业,请选择奥克兰AGI,因为从校长到市场部的每一位老师,知道如何让他们的学生达到他们的目标...
Dipen
联系电话:0212398622

 

成功案例(2)——Reenu Arora的故事

"Health Care Studies is really good for the students who are looking forward to get settled in NZ. I got my PR through this course during my open work permit. My company offered me the position of Residential Care Officer after considering my qualification 'Diploma in Healthcare Studies (level 5)'. I am really thankful to all the academic and non academic staff, who supports me at all the time. I lodge my application for PR under skilled migrant category in September 2011 and it was approved by December 2011. If you also wish to make your dream come true, opt for course like this"...Reenu Arora

"健康护理课程对希望定居新西兰的学生来说真的很好。我通过学习这门课程获得开放式工作签证进而获得移民身份。在我获得健康护理课程5级大专后,我的公司就给我了家庭管理护理员的职位。我真的很感谢一直支持我的所有学校的教职员工。我在2011年9月递交了技能移民的申请,2011年12月就获批了。如果你也想让你的梦想成真,就选择这门课程吧”...Reenu Arora

 

成功案例(3)——Ning的故事 

NingAGI护理大专5级课程的第一届毕业生,20103月份入学到20113月毕

业。毕业后顺利找到一份全职工作,于20119月份提交移民申请,6个月后成功定

居在新西兰。在此之前,宁同学在中国某大学就读国际贸易本科专业,在本科第三年时

申请工作假日签证(working holiday)来到新西兰。在当地了解到AGI护理课程,对护

理工作的理念及行业产生了极大兴趣,于是便申请入学。如下是该学生的毕业感言:

“AGI的护理大专课程对于希望在新西兰发展的学生真的非常有帮助,学校的老师都很

和蔼也很负责任,上课的氛围也很好,期间学校还组织了同学们去参观毛利人的住所,

亲身体验他们的文化。 学校还会安排学生实习,而且实习的地方也是当地很有名很大

的一些机构。  在学校那段时间我学到了很多东西,也认识了很多朋友,同时可以帮助

到想往护理行业发展的学生更快的找到工作。我在上学期间通过学校安排的实习积累到

了丰富的工作经验,很快在Iris Support做到了20个小时/周的兼职工作。毕业之后我

就开始找全职工作,终于我有了面试的机会,面试我的人看到这个课程和在问过我所学

的内容之后都很满意。两周之后我接到了电话通知,公司跟我签了2年全职工作合同

“Rehabilitation Coach”。我在20119月递交了移民申请,20124月,我的移民申

请批了下来。 我和家人都很开心, 两年的努力终于有了回报。 回想这一切, 当初决

定读AGIHealthcare课程真的是很正确的决定。选择AGI可以让你实现你的梦想。

正能量:完全不关联的学术背景,在新西兰生活的时间也很短暂,但是凭借着信念及努

力,仍旧实现了梦想。

 

成功案例(4)—— Raymond的故事

Raymond第三届护理大专五级毕业生, 毕业两年后于2013年底(Residential

care officer)成功定居新西兰。在就读护理专业之前,Raymond在中国完成高中学业

后来到新西兰。在新西兰生活一年后,申请报读五级护理大专课程至2011年毕业。就

读期间,学习态度端正,刻苦努力。这一切的付出都为毕业后的职业生涯奠定了基础。

正能量:作为一名刚刚高中毕业就来到新西兰闯荡的学生,无论是异地生活的艰辛,还

是第二语言学习的压力都要求他必须适应环境,独立生活。语言从磕磕巴巴到可以胜任

工作投入了更多的努力,抱着其他人可以我亦可以的信条最终做到他亦可以

 

成功案例(5)—— Linda的故事

Linda第七届五级护理大专课程的毕业生,毕业后17个月后顺利定居新西兰

(Community support worker)。在入读5级课程之前,Linda已经在新西兰生活了五年

以上。获悉护理大专课程后,在20109月通过了护理课程的专业面试,于

2011年开始正式学习护理的内容。由于之前的学历背景与护理相关,Linda无论是在理

论课业还是实际操作中表演出色。她认真努力、乐于助人、脚踏实地的态度令她备受赏

识,对于她顺利定居起到了很大的作用。

正能量:所谓态度决定一切,Linda的故事绝对是对这一句话最好的诠释。新西兰生活

了数年之后,依然保持一颗积极向上,不抛弃不放弃。在她找到可以实现自己目标的专

业课程之后,稳扎稳打,脚踏实地的学习实践工作,最终得偿所愿。

 

成功案例(6)—— Chen的故事

Chen,与Linda一样,都是第七届五级护理大专课程的毕业生,毕业后11个月成

功定居新西兰。与Linda相似的是,在就读护理课程之前已经在新西兰读过两年。

而不同的是Chen并没有护理的相关背景。从零基础开始,读书毕业工作定居。

正能量:是不是处于相同的起跑线不重要,是不是有着相关背景也不重要,重要的是有

没有决定努力的心。世上无难事,只怕有心人。

 

校方合作伙伴:

 

Enterprise Medical Bureau www.enterprise.co.nz bureau@enterprise.co.nz

 

 

Healthcare of New Zealand Ltd www.healthcarenz.co.nz auckland.office@healthcarenz.co.nz

 

 

 Raketoetoe Trust

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Selwyn Foundation www.selwyncare.org.nz info@selwyncare.org.nz

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

新西兰护士本科课程 ---移民和高薪就业的保障!

 

新西兰同世界上很多国家一样,人口老龄化问题严重,护理人员非常缺乏,护理业越来越受到人们的重视。在新西兰,护理业成为非常受人尊敬的职业,薪水高,就业及移民前景非常好。目前注册护士的就业率为100%,属於移民局指定的紧缺专业人才,可以立即办理新西兰移民。取得新西兰注册护士资格同样就取得澳大利亚护士资格,可以在澳大利亚从业资格和移民,并可以申请合法工作,定居到美国,英国等世界其他国家就业及寻求发展。在中国,传统的护理业也逐渐开始与国际化接轨,目前此行业非常缺乏高水准,精通外语的国际型护理专业人才,护理专业将会成为学生出国留学的一个新的热门专业。

 

应用技术课程 —— 真正的职业教育、紧缺热门移民课程

(汽车机械工程、汽车电子工程、造船、木工、家具和橱柜**作、电工、电气工程、电子工程、海洋工程系统、水暖工、焊接和装配)

l  新西兰1应用技术本科学位课程

l  提供从****、大专、本科学士学位课程。

 

电气工程****课程

电气技术课程是遵照新西兰教育大纲设计,采用学分**的一门课程。该课程结合新西兰目前的短缺行业的需求而设计的,也是目前在新西兰想要移民的人士所爱,是“短”“平”“快”科目。

电气工程****课程,无需雅思成绩。完成课程并受聘就业,可申请新西兰技术移民或可继续就读能源工程本科课程。

工作机会

电气师是新西兰最短缺和高新的职业,据新西兰报道:电气师的工资涨幅在技能行业排行中第一。

可在新西兰的电气工程业获工作机会,技能移民新西兰,该专业均为新西兰最短缺行业,移民局指定的急需人才。

 

汽车自动化工程4级证书课程

    汽车自动化工程证书课程”是新移民政策下的绝对短缺课程,也是新西兰长期/绝对短缺工种。学生毕业后无需担心就业问题,每年此行业的毕业生数量远远小于此行业的用人需求。并且,本专业的毕业生无需工作经验,无需雅思成绩便可递交移民申请。申请成功率远远高于商科,而且您将有一份真正的高薪工作。

 

就业移民前景 薪资状况

 

汽修专业的毕业生可从事:汽车维修,机械技师,电子技师等工作。汽车维修行业是新西兰长期短缺工种,每年此行业的需求/空缺有数千人之多,但是实际毕业生的人数却仅仅几百人。(详细数据请查阅新西兰统计局网站www.stats.govt.nz) 如此大的行业空缺导致了此行业技师的及其短缺。所以学生毕业后无须担心就业问题,您可以在短时间内找到工作机会.

此行业起薪为16-18/小时, 汽修行业的工资有浮动空间, 一般有汽修国家证书的毕业生在工作一年后,年薪为38,000—52,000万。请参见Herald招聘广告。

 

课程长度及收费标准

理论课程: 1+ 实习(1-2)

收费标准

理论课程: $ 18,800

入学要求

l  申请者需提供雅思5.5分(或通过学院的英语课程和考试)

l  年龄17岁以上,高中毕业或高中在读(需提供高中毕业证书或在读证明及成绩)

 

 

新西兰PBRS职业酒吧和餐饮学院——

         西厨西点5级大专课程

   “厨师课程的推出是非常明智的举措,为新西兰提供合格的技术人才,填补了劳动力市场一个很大的空缺,不仅有助于解决当前国家的劳动力流失问题,也符合新西兰长期吸纳优秀留学生和海外技术人员的国策。”
—— 新西兰现任教育部长Chris Carter对西厨课程的评价7 a( g2 Q( b; R+ _' j, m1 M. W
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西厨和西点双专业—— 长期短缺、操作性强、快速移民

 

新西兰的饮食业一向兴旺,近年来旅游业的迅猛发展,也为餐饮行业提供了大量的就业机会。这就是为什么很多学生,即便还没开始就读西厨课程,已经可以在饭店里打工。有了西厨课程的文凭之后,这些学生就可以名正言顺地工作和移民,从事移民局所认可的短缺工作!

 

    课程实践性强,采用半天集中上课,学生有大量时间打工。学校负责安排实习和工作推荐,实习和工作收入可抵扣部分学费和生活费。

    入学要求不高,适合任何18岁以上、中专或高中以上学历希望快速掌握一门技能并移民的人士。雅思入学要求为5.5分或通过学校语言课程学习。

 
迅速移民
移民局在2008年对移民政策进行了修改。厨师被列为新西兰的长期短缺行业。虽然厨师专业毕业好找工作,不过1年厨师4级****毕业按政策需要工作3年才可以移民。如果完成2年**厨师大专,则毕业只需找到厨师的工作就可以马上申请移民,无需任何工作经验。因此2年5级厨师大专课程满足了这一要求,让移民变得更加快捷和容易。
 
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西厨是目前移民局认可的短缺工作。移民局在决定短缺职业的时候,主要参考新西兰统计局的行业调查数据。新西兰的饮食业一向兴旺,近年来旅游业的迅猛发展,也为餐饮行业提供了大量的就业机会。这就是为什么很多学生,即便还没开始就读西厨课程,已经可以在饭店里打工。有了西厨课程的文凭之后,这些学生就可以名正言顺地工作和移民,从事移民局所认可的短缺工作!6 c
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在这些良好的大环境之下,西厨课程的推出,为广大留学生提供了方便。PBRS在最近接受学生咨询的时候,发现学生对学校的师资、课程和设备非常关注。PBRS非常理解学生的忧虑,毕竟在最近几年,很多学校都投机取巧地推出短缺课程,将注意力集中在课程的推广,而不是课程的建设和发展。因此很多就读的学生除了获得一张文凭,并没有学到太多实质性的东西。PBRS在办学上,强调的是“质量和利益并重”的原则。所谓的“利益”,就是课程是否符合学生的短期、中期和长期利益。如上所述,西厨课程在这一方面,可谓是得天独厚。所谓的“质量“,就是学校能够为学生提供最好的硬件和软件,让学生学有所得,学有所成。

 

移民局所认可的工作:Chef (西厨),移民局工作编号:

                                        351311  或者Pastry Cook(西点师),移

                    民局工作编号:351112

 

学习和就业策略:在进修学位的过程中,尽量参加饮食业的工作,争取毕

                业之前确定雇主,早日移民。

 

学院提供一系列具有国际标准的培训课程,以及实习机会。学生有机会通过大量的课堂练习和课外实习去掌握每一个知识要点,将烹饪理论融会贯通到实际运用中,用最短的时间学到西方烹饪技术的精华。

 

除此之外,PBRS成立了学生就业服务中心,负责和当地雇主接洽,确保毕业生可以迅速找到工作,申请移民。

 

简言之,PBRS在优良的大环境下,为学生提供了优秀的校园基础,并为学生设计学习、就业和移民之路,保证学生在最短的时间内,在新西兰工作和定居。这也就是PBRS的西厨西点课程,在很短的时间内,成为留学生的热选的原因。

 

新西兰美发大专课程--- 实践操作性强、100就业移民

 

Servilles Academy 瑟威尔士学院-- 世界发型博览会大洋洲最佳教育机构

新西兰时尚节合作伙伴

新西兰航空时装周合作伙伴

新西兰国家未来超级模特大赛官方合作伙伴

美国国家超级模特大赛新西兰赛区发型提供商

欧莱雅新西兰年度创新造型合作伙伴

……

数不清的光环笼罩在这家新西兰唯一获批可提供National Certificate in Hairdressing (Professional Stylist) level 4课程的顶级发艺造型公司上。

 

学习内容

第一年

第二年

发型理论知识

发型设计

专业造型理论知识

发型色彩搭配

产品知识

男士造型设计

零售与客户接待

高级发型修剪技术

剪刀的专业使用

剃刀及大剪刀修剪

发型纹理学习

高级着色技术

长短发造型设计

创意修剪技术

发型塑造

长发与前卫造型制作

波浪发造型制作

化妆及摄影

发型着色和永久飘发

客户群体建立和关系维护

长发护理

个人专业素质培养与发展

 

实践机会

l  参与各大合作伙伴的活动,提供发型设计支持, 国际学生可保证每年至少能参与3次品牌合作活动

申请要求 

l  申请人年龄在18岁以上

l  国际学生IELTS 5.5 或通过学校内部语言考试

学生比例 

l  每个班级25

l  国际学生比例20% 

就业机会 

l  知名化妆品牌公司,各大美发造型公司就业机会

l  近年国际学生就业率100%

l  高级美发师收入颇高

移民机会 

l  毕业可申请一年open工签

l  找到专业对口工作 (Hairdresser 美发师) 即有机会申请技能移民 

申请人想了解的常见问题 

Q:  我没有发型设计的基础,担心跟不上 

A:  没关系,这就是教你学习美发的地方,从基础到复杂,从理论到实践都有. 国际学生比例低至20%, 良好的学习环境能够帮助你迅速融入

Q:  工作机会多不多?

A:  新西兰的服务产业非常发达,美发行业需求量高,近年国际学生就业比例100% 

Q:  美发师收入高不高

A:  新西兰属于发达国家,服务行业非常繁荣. 美发师在社会上很受人尊敬, 高级美发师收入可观

 

只要你对发型设计有兴趣,通过努力学习,成长为闪耀的造型师不是梦想,在新西兰工作和申请技能移民也不是梦想.

 

新西兰奥克兰理工大学---

幼儿教育、应用科学本科课程

 

奥克兰理工大学 (AUT) 的前身是奥克兰理工学院,创建于1895年,是新西兰历史最悠久的学院之一。20001月,奥克兰理工大学被新西兰政府正式授予国立大学的地位,从而成为新西兰第8所国立大学,被誉为新西兰最年轻、最有活力的大学。也是新西兰惟一一所工科并因其雄厚的工科背景领先新西兰科学研究的大学。奥克兰理工大学位于新西兰最大的城市奥克兰,设有两个主校园。 奥克兰理工大学设有从学士、硕士到博士等不同层次的各种专业。

 

早期幼儿教育课程的优势:

教育要从娃娃抓起,幼教行业人才紧缺
随着新西兰近来大量年轻新移民的注入,人口数量稳步上涨。年轻人口给新西兰的社会带来了新生力量。但与此同时,幼教老师奇缺导致幼托机构增长速度缓慢,年轻家庭的幼年子女的教育问题一时间成为了新西兰社会难题。

1.社会发展推动幼教事业,幼教行业发展缓慢

从90年代初,年轻新移民的大量涌入,新西兰出现了一片繁荣景象。由于父母文化总体水平的提高和双职工家庭的增多,越来越多年轻父母送他们的0-5岁幼儿到专业的幼儿看护机构就读。2001-2004年的官方调查数据显示,总体幼儿入园总数增加了47%,幼儿看护机构的增长仅为5%。

2.入园人数不断增加,幼教行业大有所为

1991-2004年的官方调查数据显示,幼儿教师的受雇佣平均每年增长8.9%.而与此同时,入学幼儿的总增长率为47%。虽然新西兰幼儿机构已经迅速壮大起来,从2001年每年20多间的增添速度快速发展到现在的每年近70间。但远远不能满足社会的需要,由于看护机构的短缺,很多家长不得不提前半年以上的时间自己的子女预定入园名额。年轻家庭子女的早教问题大大困扰了新西兰劳动力的解放,很多父母不得不放弃了心爱的工作而回家照顾子女。由此可见幼教行业发展空间极大。

3.政府出钱出力大力支持,所需从教人员数目庞大

早期教育以成为21世纪幼儿教育的大趋势,各国纷纷为发展幼教事业鼎力支持。新西兰政府当然也不能让自己的娃娃输在起跑线上,每年拨出大量专项款项资助幼教机构的发展。在新西兰,政府不仅给入读幼儿机构给与特殊的补助鼓励行业的发展,还给入读的幼儿家庭给与一定的补助。尽管近年来政府通过花费大量的财力物力来培养幼儿教师,仍然不能满足整个社会的需求。据2005年新西兰教育部发表的年度数据显示,新西兰共有4,436间幼儿园, 13,770位从业教师,共接收了185,528个学生。目前.每个老师需要负责13.5个学生,这与以早教机构通行的师幼比例1:5看,所需从教人员数目庞大(近2.4万人次).

4.多元文化促进亚裔幼教就业,男幼教尤为吃香。

随着亚裔人口的增长,多元文化在新西兰蓬勃发展起来.为了更好地融入主流社会,更多的亚裔家庭改变了由家庭长辈或父母看护学龄前儿童的传统,仅2001-2005年间,亚洲幼儿入园率增长了28.5%,达到60,358人次, 而亚裔幼教仅有834位。由于文化以及语言语言的优势,亚裔幼教深受雇主青睐。往往出现还未毕业却先就业的喜人景象。特别是男性幼教的出现,彻底改变新西兰幼儿事业偏女性化的局面。

-薪资待遇

持幼儿教育国家大专文凭第五级的幼儿教师,工作起薪为12-15纽币/小时,以帕耐尔幼儿园为例:
第一年起薪时薪13-15纽币(视个人能力),每周工作40小时,一年52周,全年带薪假4周及带薪病假2周。第一年全年工作为纽币27040-31200
第二年为时薪16-19纽币,全年工资为纽币33280-39520
第三年为时薪20-23.5纽币,全年工资为纽币41600-48880
如果可以担任领班教师,工资为时薪25纽币起,全年工资最少为纽币52000
幼儿园经理:Center Manager的工资为年薪纽币68000+提成(纽币20000元左右)
如果幼儿园聘请的教师以前有过工作经验,那么他们的薪水直接就是每小时纽币16-20元之间。

 

应用科学课程的优势:

奥克兰理工大学的应用科学学院特别重视学生所学的专业知识实用性强,与行业紧密相连,进而使学生毕业后非常容易找到工作。该学科的毕业生在环境保护、公共卫生、健康诊断等行业从事质量控制和产品开发的工作,非常抢手。学院的老师和各个行业有紧密关系,知道如何让毕业生一步步踏入工作岗位。在校期间,学生们被鼓励参与与行业联手的科学和研发项目。

 

奥克兰理工大学的应用学科本科课程开设的专业有: 应用化学、应用数学、水产养殖、应用微生物学、环境研究、食品科学、健康保护、人体解剖学和生理学等。

 


 

 

以上课程由我公司新西兰专业持牌移民律师特别代理并办理签证 ,并协助办理课程结束后的工作签证申请和移民申请。报名电话:(027) 87269936、18040554336(24小时)。

 

    新西兰移民局公布最新技能移民短缺行业清单,本清单于2016年4月11日开始执行。
 
         参照此清单,目前希望通过去新西兰留学然后移民的同学我们推荐选择学习以下专业:生物技术、农学、林学、环境研究(水质分析)、工程项目管理、工程测绘、电力(气)工程技师、工程类(化学工程、机械工程、土木工程、电力工程、电子工程、汽车自动化工程、软件工程、电信(通信)工程、材料工程、结构工程、采矿工程、石油工程、环境工程、生物医学工程等)、各科医生、护士、助产士、药学(药剂师)、医学检验(实验室科学)、兽医、临床心理学、教育心理学、环境研究、社会工作、汽车电路(子)、计算机与信息技术方面(编程、网页设计哦、网络安全、软件开发、数据库管理、网络与系统工程、系统测试等)、全球卫星定位系统、多媒体设计、动漫设计、厨师、食品科学(技术)、环境研究等。
 

以下是新西兰技能移民短缺行业清单:

Appendix 4 - Long Term Skill Shortage List

This is the revised Long Term Skill Shortage List, effective from 11 April 2016.

Occupational Group

Occupation

Occupations are listed by ANZSCO (Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations) code.

Long Term Skill Shortage List Requirements

Qualifications must be comparable to the standard of the New Zealand qualification listed. Also see Note 1 at the end of this list.

Bonus point requirements

In order to claim bonus points for qualifications in an area of absolute skill shortage under the Skilled Migrant Category, applicants must meet the following specifications.

Agriculture and Forestry

Forest Scientist (234113)

One of the following qualifications:

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Forest Engineering) (NZQF Level 8)

Bachelor of Forestry Science (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Forestry Science with Honours (NZQF Level 8)

One of the following qualifications:

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Forest Engineering) (NZQF Level 8)

Bachelor of Forestry Science (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Forestry Science with Honours (NZQF Level 8)

Construction

Construction Project Manager (Roading and Infrastructure) (133111)

One of the following:

Bachelor of Engineering with Honours (Civil Engineering) (NZQF Level 8)

Bachelor of Construction (Construction Management) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Highways Engineering) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Civil Engineering) (NZQF Level 7)

Graduate Diploma in Construction Project Management (NZQF Level 7)

Graduate Diploma in Engineering (Highways) (NZQF Level 7)

Diploma of Engineering (Civil) (NZQF Level 6)

National Diploma in Construction Management (NZQF Level 6)

New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Civil) (NZQF Level 6)

New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Civil Engineering) (NZQF Level 6)

Diploma in Engineering Technology (Highways) (NZQF Level 6)

A Washington Accord or a Sydney Accord accredited undergraduate (initial) engineering degree in Civil Engineering (listed - see Note 3)

A qualification at NZQF Level 7 or higher, with a letter from IPENZ certifying that the degree and any further learning meet the benchmark requirements towards Chartered Professional Engineer professional status in New Zealand in the field of civil engineering

NZ registration in the field of civil engineering as a Chartered Professional Engineer or an Engineering Technologist by the Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand

AND

a minimum of five years' relevant post- qualification work experience

One of the following:

Bachelor of Engineering with Honours (Civil Engineering) (NZQF Level 8)

Bachelor of Construction (Construction Management) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Highways Engineering) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Civil Engineering) (NZQF Level 7)

Graduate Diploma in Construction Project Management (NZQF Level 7)

Graduate Diploma in Engineering (Highways) (NZQF Level 7)

Diploma of Engineering (Civil) (NZQF Level 6)

National Diploma in Construction Management (NZQF Level 6)

New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Civil) (NZQF Level 6)

New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Civil Engineering) (NZQF Level 6)

Diploma in Engineering Technology (Highways) (NZQF Level 6)

A Washington Accord or a Sydney Accord accredited undergraduate (initial) engineering degree in Civil Engineering (listed - see Note 3)

A qualification at NZQF Level 7 or higher, with a letter from IPENZ certifying that the degree and any further learning meet the benchmark requirements towards Chartered Professional Engineer professional status in New Zealand in the field of civil engineering

NZ registration in the field of civil engineering as a Chartered Professional Engineer or an Engineering Technologist by the Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand

AND

a minimum of five years' relevant post-qualification work experience

Construction

 

Project Builder (including Building Project Manager and Site Foreman) (133112)

 

One of the following qualifications:

Bachelor of Construction (Construction Management) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Construction (Construction Economics) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Applied Technology - Building

(NZQF Level 7)

Graduate Diploma in Construction Project Management (NZQF Level 7)

National Diploma in Construction Management (NZQF Level 6)

New Zealand Diploma in Construction (NZQF Level 6) (Relevant strand is Construction Management)

AND

a minimum of three years’ relevant post- qualification work experience

One of the following qualifications:

Bachelor of Construction (Construction Management) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Construction (Construction Economics) (NZQF

Level 7)

Bachelor of Applied Technology - Building (NZQF Level 7)

Graduate Diploma in Construction Project Management (NZQF Level 7)

National Diploma in Construction Management (NZQF Level 6)

New Zealand Diploma in Construction (NZQF Level 6) (Relevant strand is Construction Management)

AND

a minimum of three years’ relevant post-qualification work experience

Construction

Quantity Surveyor (233213)

One of the following:

Bachelor of Construction (Quantity Surveying) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Construction (Construction Economics) (NZQF Level 7)

Student or Affiliate Membership, or MNZIQS, of the New Zealand Institute of Quantity Surveyors (with an overseas degree approved by NZIQS)

AND

a minimum of three years’ relevant post- qualification work experience

One of the following:

Bachelor of Construction (Quantity Surveying) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Construction (Construction Economics) (NZQF Level 7)

Student or Affiliate Membership, or MNZIQS, of the New Zealand Institute of Quantity Surveyors (with an overseas degree approved by NZIQS)

AND

a minimum of three years’ relevant post-qualification work experience

Construction

Surveyor (232212)

One of the following:

Bachelor of Surveying (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Surveying with Honours (NZQF Level 8)

Registration as a Professional Surveyor with the New Zealand Institute of Surveyors

Professional Associate Membership of the New Zealand Institute of Surveyors (with an overseas degree approved by NZIS)

One of the following:

Bachelor of Surveying (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Surveying with Honours (NZQF Level 8)

Registration as a Professional Surveyor with the New Zealand Institute of Surveyors

Professional Associate Membership of the New Zealand Institute of Surveyors (with an overseas degree approved by NZIS)

Engineering

Chemical Engineer (233111), Materials Engineer (233112), Civil Engineer (233211), Geotechnical Engineer (233212), Structural Engineer (233214), Electrical Engineer (233311), Electronics Engineer (233411), Industrial Engineer (233511), Mechanical Engineer (233512), Production or Plant Engineer (233513), Petroleum Engineer (233612), Environmental Engineer (233915), Engineering Professionals nec (233999)

One of the following:

A Washington Accord accredited undergraduate (initial) engineering degree (listed - see Note 3)

A Bachelor of Engineering with Honours (NZQF Level 8)

A qualification at NZQF Level 7 or higher, with a letter from IPENZ certifying that the degree and any further learning meet the benchmark requirements towards Chartered Professional Engineer professional status in New Zealand

NZ registration as a Chartered Professional Engineer by the Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand.

One of the following:

A Washington Accord accredited undergraduate (initial) engineering degree (listed - see Note 3)

A Bachelor of Engineering with Honours (NZQF Level 8)

A qualification at NZQF Level 7 or higher, with a letter from IPENZ certifying that the degree and any further learning meet the benchmark requirements towards Chartered Professional Engineer professional status in New Zealand

NZ registration as a Chartered Professional Engineer by the Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand.

Engineering

 

Civil Engineering Technician (312212)

 

One of the following qualifications:

Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Civil Engineering) (NZQF Level 7)

New Zealand Diploma in Engineering – (Civil) (NZQF Level 6)

New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Civil

Engineering) (NZQF Level 6)

National Diploma in Civil Engineering (Applied) (NZQF Level 6)

Diploma in Engineering (Civil) (NZQF Level 6)

AND

a minimum of three years’ work experience including a minimum of 12 months' relevant post-qualification work experience in the past 18 months

One of the following qualifications:

Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Civil Engineering) (NZQF Level 7)

New Zealand Diploma in Engineering – (Civil) (NZQF Level 6)

New Zealand Diploma in

Engineering (Civil Engineering) (NZQF Level 6)

National Diploma in Civil Engineering (Applied) (NZQF Level 6)

Diploma in Engineering (Civil) (NZQF Level 6)

AND

a minimum of three years’ work experience including a minimum of 12 months' relevant post- qualification work experience in the past 18 months

Engineering

Electrical Engineering echnician (312312)

One of the following:

Bachelor’s degree in Engineering with Honours (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) (NZQF Level 8)

Bachelor of Applied Technology - Electrotechnology (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Electrical Engineering) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) (NZQF Level 7)

A Washington Accord or Sydney Accord accredited undergraduate (initial) engineering degree in Electrical Engineering (listed - see Note 3)

A qualification at NZQF Level 7 or higher, with a letter from IPENZ certifying that the degree and any further learning meet the benchmark requirements towards Chartered Professional Engineer professional status in New Zealand in the field of electrical engineering

NZ registration in the field of Electrical Engineering as a Chartered Professional Engineer or as an Engineering Technologist by the Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand

AND

a minimum of three years’ relevant post- qualification work experience

One of the following:

Bachelor’s degree in Engineering with Honours (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) (NZQF Level 8)

Bachelor of Applied Technology - Electrotechnology (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Electrical Engineering) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) (NZQF Level 7)

A Washington Accord or Sydney Accord accredited undergraduate (initial) engineering degree in Electrical Engineering (listed - see Note 3)

A qualification at NZQF Level 7 or higher, with a letter from IPENZ certifying that the degree and any further learning meet the benchmark requirements towards Chartered Professional Engineer professional status in New Zealand in the field of electrical engineering

NZ registration in the field of Electrical Engineering as a Chartered Professional Engineer or as an Engineering Technologist by the Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand

AND

a minimum of three years’ relevant post-qualification work experience

Engineering

 

Electronic Engineering Technician (312412)

 

One of the following:

National Diploma in Engineering (Electrotechnology) (NZQF Level 6)

New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Electrical Engineering – specialisation in Electronics)

New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Electronic Engineering) (NZQF Level 6)

a relevant Bachelor Degree (for example, Bachelor of Applied Technology - Electrotechnology (NZQF Level 7); Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Electronic Engineering) (NZQF Level 7); Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) (NZQF Level 7); Bachelor of Engineering with Honours in Electronic Engineering, or Electrical and Electronic Engineering (NZQF Level 8))

A Washington Accord or a Sydney Accord accredited undergraduate (initial) engineering degree in Electronic Engineering (listed - see Note 3)

A qualification at NZQF Level 7 or higher, with a letter from IPENZ certifying that the degree and any further learning meet the

benchmark requirements towards Chartered Professional Engineer professional status in New Zealand in the field of Electronic Engineering

- NZ registration in the field of Electronic Engineering as a Chartered Professional Engineer or an Engineering Technologist by the Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand

AND

a minimum of three years’ work experience

AND

a minimum of 12 months' relevant post- qualification work experience in the last 18 months

One of the following:

National Diploma in Engineering (Electrotechnology) (NZQF Level 6)

New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Electrical Engineering – specialisation in Electronics)

New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Electronic Engineering) (NZQF Level 6)

a relevant Bachelor Degree (for example, Bachelor of Applied Technology - Electrotechnology (NZQF Level 7); Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Electronic Engineering) (NZQF Level 7); Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) (NZQF Level 7); Bachelor of Engineering with Honours in Electronic Engineering, or Electrical and Electronic Engineering (NZQF Level 8))

A Washington Accord or a Sydney Accord accredited undergraduate (initial) engineering degree in Electronic Engineering (listed - see Note 3)

A qualification at NZQF Level 7 or higher, with a letter from IPENZ certifying that the degree and any further learning meet the benchmark requirements towards Chartered Professional Engineer professional status in New Zealand in the field of Electronic Engineering

NZ registration in the field of Electronic Engineering as a Chartered Professional Engineer or an Engineering Technologist by the Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand

AND

a minimum of three years’ work experience

AND

a minimum of 12 months' relevant post-qualification work experience in the last 18 months

Finance / Business

Procurement Manager (133612)

One of the following, awarded by the United Kingdom Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply (CIPS):

CIPS Level 6 Graduate Diploma in Purchasing and Supply (Professional Stage)

CIPS Level 6 Graduate Diploma in Purchasing and Supply

CIPS Level 6 Professional Diploma in Procurement and Supply

AND

a minimum of five years' relevant work experience

One of the following, awarded by the United Kingdom Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply (CIPS):

CIPS Level 6 Graduate Diploma in Purchasing and Supply (Professional Stage)

CIPS Level 6 Graduate Diploma in Purchasing and Supply

CIPS Level 6 Professional Diploma in Procurement and Supply

AND

a minimum of five years' relevant work experience

Health and Social Services

Anaesthetist (253211)

NZ registration within a relevant provisional vocational or vocational scope of practice with the Medical Council of New Zealand

(Qualifications in this area of absolute skill shortage are: Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (NZQF Level 7) – see Note 5)

NZ registration within a relevant provisional vocational or vocational scope of practice with the Medical Council of New Zealand

Health and Social Services

Clinical Psychologist (272311)

NZ registration with the New Zealand Psychologists Board

(Qualifications in this area of absolute skill shortage are: Post Graduate Diploma, Master degree or Doctor of Clinical Psychology; Master of Psychology (NZQF Level 9); or Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology (NZQF Level 8) – see Note 5)

NZ registration with the New Zealand Psychologists Board

Health and Social Services

Diagnostic and Interventional Radiologist (253917)

NZ registration within a relevant provisional vocational or vocational scope of practice with the Medical Council of New Zealand

(Qualifications in this area of absolute skill shortage are: Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (NZQF Level 7) – see Note 5)

NZ registration within a relevant provisional vocational or vocational scope of practice with the Medical Council of New Zealand

Health and Social Services

 

General Practitioner (253111)

 

NZ registration within a relevant provisional general, general, provisional vocational or vocational scope of practice with the Medical Council of New Zealand

(Qualifications in this area of absolute skill shortage are: Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (NZQF Level 7) – see Note 5)

NZ registration within a relevant provisional general, general, provisional vocational or vocational scope of practice with the Medical Council of New Zealand

 

Health and Social Services

Medical Radiation Therapist (251212)

NZ registration in the scope of practice as a Radiation Therapist with the Medical Radiation Technologists Board

(Qualifications in this area of absolute skill shortage are: Bachelor in Health Science (Medical Imaging) (NZQF Level 7), or Bachelor of Medical Imaging (NZQF Level 7), or Bachelor of Applied Science (Medical Imaging Technology) (NZQF Level 7), or Bachelor of Health Science (Medical Radiation Therapy) (NZQF Level 7), or Bachelor of Radiation Therapy (NZQF Level 7), or Postgraduate Diploma in Health Science (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) (NZQF Level 8) – see Note 5)

NZ registration in the scope of practice as a Radiation Therapist with the Medical Radiation Technologists Board

Health and Social Services

Medical Laboratory Scientist – including Cytotechnologist (Cytoscientist) (234611)

NZ registration in the scope of practice as a Medical Laboratory Scientist by the Medical Sciences Council of New Zealand

(A qualification in this area of absolute skill shortage is: Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science (NZQF Level 7) – see Note 5)

NZ registration in the scope of practice as a Medical Laboratory Scientist by the Medical Sciences Council of New Zealand

Health and Social Services

Registered Nurse (Aged Care) (254412)

NZ registration in the scope of practice as a Registered Nurse with the Nursing Council of New Zealand

AND

three years’ experience working as a Registered Nurse with adults

(A qualification in this area of absolute skill shortage is: Bachelor of Nursing (NZQF Level 7) – see Note 5)

NZ registration in the scope of practice as a Registered Nurse with the Nursing Council of New Zealand AND

three years’ experience working as a Registered Nurse with adults

Health and Social Services

Registered Nurse (Critical Care and Emergency) (254415)

NZ registration in the scope of practice as a Registered Nurse with the Nursing Council of New Zealand

AND

five years’ experience working as a Registered Nurse in Critical/Emergency nursing

(A qualification in this area of absolute skill shortage is: Bachelor of Nursing (NZQF Level 7) – see Note 5)

NZ registration in the scope of practice as a Registered Nurse with the Nursing Council of New Zealand AND

five years’ experience working as a Registered Nurse in Critical/Emergency nursing

Health and Social Services

Registered Nurse (Medical) (254418)

NZ registration in the scope of practice as a Registered Nurse with the Nursing Council of New Zealand

AND

five years’ experience working as a Registered Nurse in Medical nursing

(A qualification in this area of absolute skill shortage is: Bachelor of Nursing ( NZQF Level

7) – see Note 5)

NZ registration in the scope of practice as a Registered Nurse with the Nursing Council of New Zealand AND

five years’ experience working as a Registered Nurse in Medical nursing

Health and Social Services

Registered Nurse (Perioperative) (254423)

NZ registration in the scope of practice as a Registered Nurse with the Nursing Council of New Zealand

AND

five years’ experience working as a Registered Nurse in Perioperative nursing

(A qualification in this area of absolute skill shortage is: Bachelor of Nursing (NZQF Level 7) – see Note 5)

NZ registration in the scope of practice as a Registered Nurse with the Nursing Council of New Zealand AND

five years’ experience working as a Registered Nurse in Perioperative nursing

Health and Social Services

 

Obstetrician and Gynaecologist (253913)

 

NZ registration within a relevant provisional general or general scope of practice with the Medical Council of New Zealand

(Qualifications in this area of absolute skill shortage are: Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (NZQF Level 7) – see Note 5)

NZ registration within a relevant provisional general or general scope of practice with the Medical Council of New Zealand

Health and Social Services

Pathologist (253915)

NZ registration within a relevant provisional vocational or vocational scope of practice with the Medical Council of New Zealand

(Qualifications in this area of absolute skill shortage are: Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (NZQF Level 7) – see Note 5)

NZ registration within a relevant provisional vocational or vocational scope of practice with the Medical Council of New Zealand

Health and Social Services

Physicist (Medical) (234914)

One of the following:

Certification by the Australasian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers (ACPSEM) in Medicine as a Medical Physicist

Registration or eligibility for registration on the ACPSEM Register of Qualified Medical Physics Specialists

Registration as a Clinical Scientist with the Health and Care Professions Council, United Kingdom and Membership of the Institute of Physics and Engineering Medicine, United Kingdom

Certification as a Medical Physicist by the American Board of Radiology in Medical Physics

Certification of Competence in Clinical Medical Physics as a Member of the Canadian College of Physics in Medicine

One of the following:

Certification by the Australasian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers (ACPSEM) in Medicine as a Medical Physicist

Registration or eligibility for registration on the ACPSEM Register of Qualified Medical Physics Specialists

Registration as a Clinical Scientist with the Health and Care Professions Council, United Kingdom and Membership of the Institute of Physics and Engineering Medicine, United Kingdom

Certification as a Medical Physicist by the American Board of Radiology in Medical Physics

Certification of Competence in Clinical Medical Physics as a Member of the Canadian College of Physics in Medicine

Health and Social Services

Physiotherapist (252511)

NZ registration as a physiotherapist in the general scope of practice or the specialist scope of practice with the Physiotherapy Board of New Zealand

(Qualifications in this area of absolute skill shortage are: Bachelor of Physiotherapy (NZQF Level 7), or Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Honours (NZQF Level 8), or Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy) (NZQF Level 7) – see Note 5)

NZ registration as a physiotherapist in the general scope of practice or the specialist scope of practice with the Physiotherapy Board of New Zealand

Health and Social Services

Psychiatrist (253411)

NZ registration within a relevant provisional vocational or vocational scope of practice with the Medical Council of New Zealand

(Qualifications in this area of absolute skill shortage are: Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (NZQF Level 7) – see Note 5)

NZ registration within a relevant provisional vocational or vocational scope of practice with the Medical Council of New Zealand

Health and Social Services

Renal Medicine Specialist (253322)

NZ registration within a relevant provisional vocational or vocational scope of practice with the Medical Council of New Zealand

(Qualifications in this area of absolute skill shortage are: Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (NZQF Level 7) – see Note 5)

NZ registration within a relevant provisional vocational or vocational scope of practice with the Medical Council of New Zealand

Health and Social Services

 

Sonographer (251214)

 

NZ registration in the scope of practice as a Sonographer with the Medical Radiation Technologists Board

(Qualifications in this area of absolute skill shortage are:

Bachelor in Health Science (Medical Imaging) (NZQF Level 7), or Bachelor of Medical Imaging (NZQF Level 7), or Bachelor of Applied Science (Medical Imaging Technology) (NZQF Level 7), or Bachelor of Health Science (Medical Radiation Therapy) (NZQF Level 7), or Bachelor of Radiation Therapy (NZQF Level 7), or Postgraduate Diploma in Health Science (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) (NZQF Level 8) – see Note 5)

NZ registration in the scope of practice as a Sonographer with the Medical Radiation Technologists Board

 

Health and Social Services

Specialist Physician in Palliative Medicine (253399)

NZ registration within a relevant provisional vocational or vocational scope of practice with the Medical Council of New Zealand

(Qualifications in this area of absolute skill shortage are: Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (NZQF Level 7) – see Note 5)

NZ registration within a relevant provisional vocational or vocational scope of practice with the Medical Council of New Zealand

Health and Social Services

Surgeon (General) (253511)

NZ registration within a relevant provisional vocational or vocational scope of practice with the Medical Council of New Zealand

(Qualifications in this area of absolute skill shortage are: Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery NZQF Level 7) – see Note 5)

NZ registration within a relevant provisional vocational or vocational scope of practice with the Medical Council of New Zealand

Health and Social Services

Veterinarian (234711)

NZ registration with the Veterinary Council of New Zealand.

(A qualification in this area of absolute skill shortage is: Bachelor of Veterinary Science (NZQF Level 7) – see Note 5)

NZ registration with the Veterinary Council of New Zealand.

ICT, Electronics and Telecommunications

 

Multimedia Specialist (Film Animator) (261211)

 

A minimum of five years specialist work experience in film animation using Maya and/or at least one of the following - Soft Image/ XSI, 3D Studio Max, Photoshop, NUKE, MARI, Python, PyQT, or Unity; including at least three years using Maya

 

One of the following qualifications:

Postgraduate Diploma of Computer Graphic Design (NZQF Level 8)

Bachelor of Applied Visual Imaging (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Art and Design (3D Animation and Visual Effects) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Communication Studies

(Digital Media) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Computer Graphic Design (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Creative Industries (Graphic Design) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Creative Media Production (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Creative Technologies (Digital Media) or (Game Art) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Design (Communication) or (Digital Design) or (Multimedia Design) or (Visual Communication) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Design and Arts (Graphic Design) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Design and Visual Arts (Graphic Design and Animation) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Design Innovation (Media Design - with or without Computer Graphics) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Fine Arts (Graphic Design Strand) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Media and Creative Technologies (Creative Technologies) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Media Design (Motion Design) or (Graphic Design) or

(Interactive Design) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Science (Computer Science) - (focus Games and Multi Media) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Software Engineering (Game Programming) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Visual Arts (NZQF Level

7) (major or minors should include relevant fields of study - 3D visualisation, or cinematic arts, or game and play design)

Graduate Diploma of Game Development (Game Art) or (Game Programming) (NZQF Level 7)

Graduate Diploma in Creative Technology (NZQF Level 7)

Graduate Diploma in Animation (NZQF Level 7)

AND

a minimum of three years’ specialist work experience in film animation

ICT, Electronics and Telecommunications

 

ICT Project Manager (135112), Organisation and Methods Analyst (224712), ICT Business Analyst (261111), Systems Analyst (261112), Multimedia Specialist (261211), Web Developer (261212), Analyst Programmer (261311), Developer Programmer (261312), Software Engineer (261313), Software Tester (261314), Software and Applications Programmers nec (261399), Database Administrator (262111), ICT Security Specialist (262112), Systems Administrator (262113), Computer Network and Systems Engineer (263111), Network Administrator (263112), ICT Quality Assurance Engineer (263211), ICT Support Engineer (263212), ICT Systems Test Engineer (263213), ICT Support and Test Engineers nec (263299), Telecommunications Engineer (263311), Telecommunications Network Engineer (263312), ICT Customer Support Officer (313112)

 

One of the following:

Bachelor of Engineering with Honours (Computer Engineering) or (Computer and Electronic Engineering) or (Computer Systems Engineering) or (Electronic Engineering) or (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) or (Electronics and Communication Engineering) or (Electronics and Computer Engineering) or (Electronic/s and Computer Systems Engineering) or (Network Engineering) or (Software Engineering) (NZQF Level 8)

Bachelor of Applied Information Technology (Network Engineering) or (Software Engineering) or (Database Architecture) or (Multi-Media and Web Development ) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Arts (Information Science) or (Computer Science) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Applied Science (Computational Modelling) or (Telecommunications) or (Software Engineering) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Business Studies (Business Information Systems) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Commerce (Computer Science) or (Information Management) or (Information Systems) or (Information Systems - IT Solutions) or (Information Systems - IS Business Analysis) or (Information Science) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Computing, Communications and Technology with endorsements in Computing Technical or Multi Media or Systems Design (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences (Computer Science) or (Computational Intelligence) or (IT Service Science) or (Networks and Security) or (Software Development) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Computing and Mathematical Sciences (Computer Science) (NZQF Level 7 or with Honours at NZQF Level 8)

Bachelor of Computing Systems (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Electronic Commerce (Computer Science - this major has various relevant specialisations) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Computer and Mobile Systems Engineering) or (Electrical and Electronic) or (Electronic Engineering) or (Network and Communication Engineering) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Information Sciences (Computer Science) or (Information Technology) or (Software Engineering) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Information and Communication Technologies (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Applied) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Information Technology (Computer Networks) or (Information Security) or (Information Systems) or (Internet Technology) or (Networks) or (Programming) or (Software) or (Software Development) or (Systems Development) (NZQF Level 7) or Bachelor of Information Technology (NZQF Level 7) with no speciality but evidence of a focus across relevant areas

Bachelor of Mathematical Science (Computer Science) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Science (Computer Science) or (Electronics) or (Electronic and Computer Systems) or (Information Science) or (Information Technology) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Software and Information Technology (NZQF Level 7)

A Washington Accord or a Sydney Accord accredited undergraduate/ initial engineering degree (listed - see Note 3)

A qualification at NZQF Level 7 or higher, with a letter from IPENZ certifying that the degree and any further learning meet the benchmark requirements towards Chartered Professional Engineer professional status in New Zealand

NZ registration as a Chartered Professional Engineer or as an Engineering Technologist by the Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand

AND

a minimum of three years' relevant post- qualification work experience.

One of the following:

Bachelor of Engineering with Honours (Computer Engineering) or (Computer and Electronic Engineering) or (Computer Systems Engineering) or (Electronic Engineering) or (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) or (Electronics and Communication Engineering) or (Electronics and Computer Engineering) or (Electronic/s and Computer Systems Engineering) or (Network Engineering) or (Software Engineering) (NZQF Level 8)

Bachelor of Applied Information Technology (Network Engineering) or (Software Engineering) or (Database Architecture) or (Multi-Media and Web Development ) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Arts (Information Science) or (Computer Science) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Applied Science (Computational Modelling) or (Telecommunications) or (Software Engineering) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Business Studies (Business Information Systems) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Commerce (Computer Science) or (Information Management) or (Information Systems) or (Information Systems - IT Solutions) or (Information Systems - IS Business Analysis) or (Information Science) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Computing, Communications and Technology with endorsements in Computing Technical or Multi Media or Systems Design (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences (Computer Science) or (Computational Intelligence) or (IT Service Science) or (Networks and Security) or (Software Development) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Computing and Mathematical Sciences (Computer Science) (NZQF Level 7 or with Honours at NZQF Level 8)

Bachelor of Computing Systems (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Electronic Commerce (Computer Science - this major has various relevant specialisations) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Computer and Mobile Systems Engineering) or (Electrical and Electronic) or (Electronic Engineering) or (Network and Communication Engineering) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Information Sciences (Computer Science) or (Information Technology) or (Software Engineering) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Information and Communication Technologies (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Applied) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Information Technology (Computer Networks) or (Information Security) or (Information Systems) or (Internet Technology) or (Networks) or (Programming) or (Software) or (Software Development) or (Systems Development) (NZQF Level 7) or Bachelor of Information Technology (NZQF Level 7) with no speciality but evidence of a focus across relevant areas

Bachelor of Mathematical Science (Computer Science) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Science (Computer Science) or (Electronics) or (Electronic and Computer Systems) or (Information Science) or (Information Technology) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Software and Information Technology (NZQF Level 7)

A Washington Accord or a Sydney Accord accredited undergraduate/ initial engineering degree (listed - see Note 3)

A qualification at NZQF Level 7 or higher, with a letter from IPENZ certifying that the degree and any further learning meet the benchmark requirements towards Chartered Professional Engineer professional status in New Zealand

NZ registration as a Chartered Professional Engineer or as an Engineering Technologist by the Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand

AND

a minimum of three years' relevant post-qualification work experience.

Recreation, Hospitality and Tourism

 

Chef (351311)

 

One of the following qualifications:

New Zealand Certificate in Cookery (NZQF Level 4)

National Certificate in Hospitality (Cookery) (NZQF Level 4)

New Zealand Diploma in Cookery (Advanced) (NZQF Level 5) (Relevant strand is Cookery) AND

a minimum of five years' combined experience in establishments offering a la carte/banqueting or commercial catering, with a minimum of two years at Chef de Partie (Section Leader level or higher)

One of the following qualifications:

New Zealand Certificate in Cookery (NZQF Level 4)

National Certificate in Hospitality (Cookery) (NZQF Level 4)

New Zealand Diploma in Cookery (Advanced) (NZQF Level 5) (Relevant strand is Cookery) AND

a minimum of five years' combined experience in establishments offering a la carte/banqueting or commercial catering, with a minimum of two years at Chef de Partie (Section Leader level or higher)

Science

Other Spatial Scientist (232214)

Bachelor degree majoring in Geography or Computer Science

AND

a minimum of two years' relevant post- qualification work experience in GIS applications (Key Application/ Systems include: ESRI – ARC/GIS; ARC/INFO ARC/SDE; Intergraph GeoMedia; Pitney Bowes MapInfo; GE Smallworld; Oracle Spatial; PostGIS/Postgres; MS SQL Server 2008; Bentley Maps, Geographic; Erdas; Geoserver; Safe FME)

Bachelor degree majoring in Geography or Computer Science AND

a minimum of two years' relevant post-qualification work experience in GIS applications (Key Application/ Systems include: ESRI – ARC/GIS; ARC/INFO ARC/SDE; Intergraph GeoMedia; Pitney Bowes MapInfo; GE Smallworld; Oracle Spatial; PostGIS/Postgres; MS SQL Server 2008; Bentley Maps, Geographic; Erdas; Geoserver; Safe FME)

Science

Environmental Research Scientist (234313)

One of the following qualifications:

PhD (NZQF Level 10) with evidence of study in water quality science

Bachelor of Science (NZQF Level 7) specialising in Environmental Science/s or Environmental Studies, or with an endorsement in Environmental Science

Bachelor of Science (Technology) (NZQF Level 7) specialising in Environmental Sciences

Bachelor of Applied Science (Environmental Management) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Environmental Management (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Technology (Environmental Technology endorsement) (NZQF Level 7) AND

a minimum of one year’s relevant post- qualification work experience

One of the following qualifications:

PhD (NZQF Level 10) with evidence of study in water quality science

Bachelor of Science (NZQF Level 7) specialising in Environmental Science/s or Environmental Studies, or with an endorsement in Environmental Science

Bachelor of Science (Technology) (NZQF Level 7) specialising in Environmental Sciences

Bachelor of Applied Science (Environmental Management) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Environmental Management (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Technology (Environmental Technology endorsement) (NZQF Level 7) AND

a minimum of one year’s relevant post-qualification work experience

Science

Food Technologist (234212)

One of the following qualifications:

Bachelor of Food Technology with Honours (Food Product Technology) or (Food Process Engineering) (NZQF Level 8)

Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Nutrition) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Science (Food Science) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Science (Human Nutrition) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Science (Nutrition) (NZQF Level 7)

AND

a minimum of three years’ relevant post- qualification work experience in the industry

One of the following qualifications:

Bachelor of Food Technology with Honours (Food Product Technology) or (Food Process Engineering) (NZQF Level 8)

Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Nutrition) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Science (Food Science) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Science (Human Nutrition) (NZQF Level 7)

Bachelor of Science (Nutrition) (NZQF Level 7)

AND

a minimum of three years’ relevant post-qualification work experience in the industry

Trades

 

Automotive Electrician (321111)

One of the following qualifications:

National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Engineering) (NZQF Level 4)

National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Electrical Engineering) (NZQF Level 4)

National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Electrical and Mechanical Engineering) (NZQF Level 4) (relevant strand is Electrical and Electronics)

One of the following qualifications:

National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Engineering) (NZQF Level 4)

National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Electrical Engineering) (NZQF Level 4)

National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Electrical and Mechanical Engineering) (NZQF Level 4) (relevant strand is Electrical and Electronics)

Trades

Diesel Motor Mechanic (including Heavy Vehicle Inspector) (321212)

National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Heavy Engineering) (NZQF Level 4)

AND

a minimum of three years' relevant post- qualification work experience

National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Heavy Engineering) (NZQF Level 4)

AND

a minimum of three years' relevant post-qualification work experience

Trades

Electrician (General) (341111)

NZ registration as an electrician or a limited certificate as an electrician from the Electrical Workers Registration Board

NZ registration as an electrician or a limited certificate as an electrician from the Electrical Workers Registration Board

Trades

Electric Line Mechanic (342211)

NZ registration as a line mechanic or a limited certificate as a line mechanic from the Electrical Workers Registration Board

(Qualifications in this area of absolute skill shortage are: National Certificate in Electricity Supply (Line Mechanic Distribution) (NZQF Level 4) or National Certificate in Electricity Supply (Line Mechanic Transmission) (NZQF Level 4) – see Note 5)

NZ registration as a line mechanic or a limited certificate as a line mechanic from the Electrical Workers Registration Board

Transport

Ship's Officer (231214)

Officer in Charge of a Navigational Watch (on ships of 500 gross tonnage or more) Certificate of Competency (issued in accordance with Regulation II/1 of the International Convention on Standards of Training Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW78 as amended) and subject to recognition by Maritime New Zealand) AND

a minimum one year’s relevant post- certification work experience

No bonus points available via this column

Transport

Ship's Engineer (231212)

Marine Engineer Class 3 (Officer in Charge of an Engineering Watch on ships of 750 kilowatts or more) Certificate of Competency (issued in accordance with Regulation III/1 of the International Convention on Standards of Training Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW78 as amended) and subject to recognition by Maritime New Zealand) AND

a minimum three years’ relevant post- certification work experience

No bonus points available via this column

Transport

Ship's Master (231213)

Master of a Foreign Going Ship (Master on ships of 3,000 gross tonnage or more) Certificate of Competency (issued in accordance with Regulation II/2 of the International Convention on Standards of Training Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW78 as amended) and subject to recognition by maritime New Zealand) AND

a minimum three years’ relevant post- certification work experience

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Note 1: Qualifications listed (unless an exception is stated) are New Zealand awarded qualifications on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework (NZQF). Overseas qualifications must be comparable to the standard of the New Zealand qualification listed or a qualification listed in the New Zealand Standard Classification of Education. An International Qualification Assessment (IQA) from the New Zealand Qualifications Authority will state the comparable NZQF qualification.

Note 2: Where post-qualification work experience is included as a requirement it applies to all qualifications listed for the occupation (unless otherwise indicated).

Note 3: Where a Washington Accord accredited undergraduate engineering degree is a requirement, the engineering degree has to be awarded from or after the date the country became a signatory, and must be on the list of accredited programmes of the signatory country. To determine if an engineering degree awarded is Washington Accord accredited, please refer to the links from the International Engineering Alliance on their website: http://www.ieagreements.org/Washington-Accord/Accredited.cfm.

Where a Sydney Accord accredited undergraduate engineering degree is a requirement, the engineering technology degree has to be awarded from or after the date the country became a signatory, and must be on the list of accredited programmes of the signatory country. To determine if an engineering technology degree awarded is Sydney Accord accredited, please refer to the links from the International Engineering Alliance on their website: http://www.ieagreements.org/Sydney/signatories.cfm.

Note 4: Qualifications held by applicants claiming points based on this list under the Skilled Migrant Category must be recognised under the Skilled Migrant Category.

Note 5: Where New Zealand registration is specified as a requirement and states "a qualification(s) in this area of absolute skill shortage is/are", a person only needs to hold the particular New Zealand registration and to have undertaken any necessary work experience in order to meet the requirements of the List. In these cases, qualifications are listed only for the purposes of people applying for work visas under WF4.1.

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