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What we train

 

Programmes Overview

What we provide

We offer a variety of fees free programmes suitable for every learning type and level. Our classes are designed to give you the skills and the knowledge you need to thrive in your career. Take a look below to learn more.

Mechanical Engineer's Sketch
Car Mechanic
Motor Testing

NCEA
Vocational Pathways
Level 2

Get Up To Speed

This course includes the required Literacy and Numeracy unit standards to gain NCEA. You will study automotive subjects and unit standards while being assessed for Literacy and Numeracy in order to gain NCEA Level 2. Successful completion of this certificate will give you a good grounding in motor vehicle operations and systems.
You will be able to carry out basic repairs and maintenance to light vehicles and would be able to work in a workshop under supervision.

Foundation
in Automotive Engineering
Level 2

Move into 2nd Gear

Endeavour Automotive Training offers this 20 week programme as an introduction into automotive studies. Successful completion of this certificate will give you a basic introduction into motor vehicle operations and systems while bringing your Literacy and Numeracy up to the level required to progress onto our Level 3 programmes.

Pre-Apprenticeship
in Automotive Engineering
Level 3

Move into 3rd Gear

This qualification can lead to employment as an Apprentice in an automotive or allied trade. The overall aim of the programme is to equip you with the necessary capabilities to enable you to make a significant contribution to both the Automotive and Allied Industries. When you have completed this course you will be able to carry out routine repairs and maintenance on light vehicles. You will be able to carry out these duties with minimal supervision in a workshop.

 
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NCEA Vocational Pathways
Level 2

NZQA - NCEAP2

What to know before you show:

  • CREDITS: 80 Credits (24 Weeks)

  • TIMES: Monday to Friday, from 9.00am to 4.00pm

  • PREREQUISITES: A reasonable standard of Literacy and Numeracy

  • AGE: 16 to 19 years old (15 year olds may be eligible, conditions apply)

  • COST: Fees free, free boots, free transport, overalls and books provided

Student Living Allowance may be available (conditions apply)

What to bring when you show:

  • Identification (birth certificate or drivers license or passport)

  • Bank account number

  • IRD number

  • Proof of current address

 

Drill in

What you will be learning

 

NCEA Vocational Pathways
Training Schedule

2021

 

Week 1 - 2

Week 24 - 25

Unit 29579
Unit 29580

Demonstrate knowledge of good work habits and safe work practices in the auto industry.
Demonstrate good work habits and safe work practices in the automotive industry.

Week 3 - 4
Week 26 - 27

Unit 924
Unit 21668

Clean automotive components and maintain cleaning equipment.

Demonstrate knowledge of cleaning automotive components

Week 5 - 6
Week 28 - 29

Unit 30478
Unit 21716

Demonstrate knowledge of automotive lubricants.

Select and apply lubricants and sealants for automotive and related industry applications.

Week 7 - 8
Week 30 - 31

Unit 247
Unit 21690

Prepare a vehicle and/or machine for use and shutdown after.

Perform general servicing checks on a motor vehicle.

Week 9
Week 32

Unit 30514

Carry out minor servicing tasks on an ignition system.

Week 10
Week 33

Unit 21674

Demonstrate knowledge of terminology used in the motor industry.

Week 11 - 12
Week 34 - 35

Unit 30476
Unit 21859

Demonstrate knowledge of tools and equipment used in the motor industry.

Select and use hand tools and workshop equipment for an automotive application.

Week 13 - 15
Week 36 - 38

Unit 21869
Unit 21722
Unit 21679

Remove and replace road wheels on a vehicle.

Balance wheels off a vehicle in the motor industry.

Demonstrate knowledge of interchanging and balancing road wheels in the motor industry

Week 16 - 17
Week 39 - 40

Unit 30475
Unit 21671

Demonstrate knowledge of motor industry engineering tasks.

Carry out general engineering tasks in the motor industry.

Week 18 - 19
Week 41 - 42

Unit 21671
Unit 243

Demonstrate knowledge of basic tuning on a four stroke petrol engine.

Carry out basic tuning on a four stroke petrol engine under supervision.

Week 20
Week 43

Unit 30572

Demonstrate knowledge of vehicle or machine batteries.

Week 21
Week 44

Unit 21719

Remove and replace motor vehicle lamps.

Week 22
Week 45

Unit 244

Disassemble & reassemble a four stroke multi-cylinder engine to a running state.

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What else we offer

 

Foundation in Automotive Engineering
Level 2

NZQA - NZ2862

What to know before you show:

  • CREDITS: 60 Credits (20 Weeks)

  • TIMES: Monday to Friday, from 9.00am to 4.00pm

  • PREREQUISITES: A reasonable standard of Literacy and Numeracy

  • AGE: 16 to 19 years old (15 year olds may be eligible, conditions apply)

  • COST: Fees free, free boots, free transport, overalls and books provided


Student Living Allowance may be available (conditions apply)

What to bring when you show:

  • Identification (birth certificate or drivers license or passport)

  • Bank account number

  • IRD number

  • Proof of current address

 

Drill in

What you will be learning

 

Foundation in Automotive Engineering
Training Schedule

2021

 

Week 1 - 2

Week 24 - 25

Unit 29579
Unit 29580

Demonstrate knowledge of good work habits and safe work practices in the auto industry.
Demonstrate good work habits and safe work practices in the automotive industry.

Week 3
Week 26

Unit 21718

Demonstrate knowledge of hazardous materials used in the motor industry.

Week 4
Week 27

Unit 21674

Demonstrate knowledge of terminology used in the motor industry.

Week 5
Week 28

Unit 21859

Select and use hand tools and workshop equipment for an automotive application.

Week 6 - 7
Week 29 - 30

Unit 21687
Unit 243

Demonstrate knowledge of basic tuning on a four stroke petrol engine.
Carry out basic tuning on a four stroke petrol engine under supervision.

Week 8
Week 31

Unit 248

Describe an apprenticeship employment agreement for the automotive and related industries.

Week 9
Week 32

Unit 21690
Unit 247

Perform general servicing checks on a motor vehicle.
Prepare a vehicle and/or machine for use and shutdown after.

Week 10
Week 33

Unit 12349

Demonstrate knowledge of time management.

Week 11
Week 34

Unit 2989

Select, read, and assess texts on a topic.

Week 12
Week 35

Unit 7123

Apply a problem-solving method.

Week 13
Week 36

Unit 64
Unit 924

Perform calculations for a specified workplace.
Clean automotive components and maintain cleaning equipment.

Week 14
Week 37

Unit 32000

Enter prescribed text accurately using basic keyboarding skills & identify safe ergonomic practice.

Week 15
Week 38

Unit 30476

Demonstrate knowledge of tools and equipment used in the motor industry.

Week 16
Week 39

Unit 7118

Manage own learning in a programme.

Week 17 - 18
Week 40 - 41

Unit 21869
Unit 21722
Unit 21679

Remove and replace road wheels on a vehicle.

Balance wheels off a vehicle in the motor industry.

Demonstrate knowledge of interchanging and balancing road wheels in the motor industry.

Week 19
Week 42

Unit 21716

Select and apply lubricants and sealants for automotive and related industry applications.

Week 20
Week 43

Unit 3503

Communicate in a team or group to complete a routine task.

Week 21
Week 44

Unit 21691

Disassemble & reassemble a single cylinder or multi-cylinder four stroke engine under supervision.

Week 22 - 23
Week 45 - 46

Unit 21857
Unit 3501

Identify the occupational areas and structure of the New Zealand motor industry.
Demonstrate knowledge of and apply listening techniques.

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What else is on offer

 

Pre-Apprenticeship in Automotive Engineering
Level 3

NZQA - NZ3097

​​What to know before you show:

  • CREDITS: 120 Credits (42 Weeks) No Priors 

  • TIMES: Monday to Friday, from 9.00am to 4.00pm

  • PREREQUISITES: Prior study in automotive subjects or 20 years old and up.

  • AGE: 16 years old and above (15 year old's may be eligible, conditions apply)

  • COST: Fees free, free boots, overalls and books provided


Student Living Allowance may be available (conditions apply)

What to bring when you show:

  • Identification (birth certificate or drivers license or passport)

  • Bank account number

  • IRD number

  • Proof of current address

 

Drill in

What you will be learning

 

Pre-Apprenticeship Automotive Engineering
Training Schedule

2021

 

Week 1 - 2

Unit 29579
Unit 29580

Demonstrate knowledge of good work habits and safe work practices in the auto industry.
Demonstrate good work habits and safe work practices in the automotive industry.

Week 3

Unit 3856

Identify emergency procedures in the motor and related industries.

Week 4

Unit 30570

Demonstrate knowledge of welding in the motor industry.

Week 5

Unit 21684

Select and use hand tools and workshop equipment for an automotive application.

Week 6

Unit 30475

Demonstrate knowledge of motor industry engineering tasks.

Week 7

Unit 21671

Carry out general engineering tasks in the motor industry.

Week 8

Unit 21859

Select and use hand tools and workshop equipment for an automotive application.

Week 9

Unit 924

Clean automotive components.

Week 10

Unit 30480

Demonstrate knowledge of automotive cooling systems and engine coolant.

Week 11

Unit 30479

Service an automotive cooling system.

Week 12

Unit 30477

Demonstrate knowledge of petrol and diesel engines.

Week 13

Unit 30436

Demonstrate knowledge of an electronic fuel injection (EFI) system.

Week 14

Unit 30435

Demonstrate knowledge of vehicle emissions.

Week 16

Unit 30437

Demonstrate knowledge of the operation of a diesel fuel system.

Week 17 - 18

Unit 21687
Unit 243

Demonstrate knowledge of basic tuning on a four stroke petrol engine.

Carry out basic tuning on a four stroke petrol engine under supervision.

Week 19

Unit 30515

Remove and refit intake and exhaust system components.

Week 20

Unit 24275

Disassemble, inspect, and reassemble an engine short block under general supervision.

Week 21
Week 22

Unit 30572
Unit 30556

Demonstrate knowledge of vehicle or machine batteries.
Service an automotive battery.

Week 23

Unit 30571

Demonstrate knowledge of the principles and testing of automotive electrical circuits.

Week 24 - 26

Unit 30558

Test and repair automotive electrical circuits.

Week 27 - 28

Unit 24093
Unit 21719

Rectify simple vehicle lighting faults, and adjust vehicle lamps.
Remove and replace motor vehicle lamps.

Week 29

Unit 30563

Demonstrate knowledge of automotive charging and starting system.

Week 30

Unit 5742

Protect electronics when servicing or repairing a vehicle or machine in the motor industry.

Week 31

Unit 898

Identify a wiring diagram and translate information to a circuit in the motor industry.

Week 32

Unit 22799

Demonstrate safety precautions on vehicles fitted with air bags and/or seatbelt pre-tensioners.

Week 33

Unit 30574

Demonstrate knowledge of ignition systems.

Week 34

Unit 30565

Demonstrate knowledge of an automotive air conditioning system.

Week 35 - 36

Unit 21722
Unit 21679

Balance wheels off a vehicle in the motor industry.
Demonstrate knowledge of interchanging and balancing road wheels in the motor industry.

Week 38 - 39

Unit 30568
Unit 31063

Demonstrate knowledge of brake systems.
Demonstrate knowledge of hydraulic brake system fault diagnosis.

Week 40

Unit 30566

Demonstrate knowledge of steering and suspension systems.

Week 41

Unit 30517

Service a brake system on a vehicle or machine.

Week 42

Unit 30518

Bleed a hydraulic brake system.

Week 43

Unit 30519

Service steering and suspension systems on a vehicle or machine.

Week 44

Unit 30434

Service a vehicle or machine.

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