Advanced Scaffolding (Level 5)
About the course
You will develop the skills and knowledge to design complex scaffolding and erect, dismantle and inspect multi-faceted and complex scaffolding that meets regulatory requirements. Alongside this you will learn how to provide site-wide leadership for scaffolding, including the supervision of staff.
Multiple intakes per year. Please enquire for more information.
Method of study
5 block courses (1 week per block)
- Gain 144 credits
- Unit standards in this course include: 26592, 26593, 26594, 26595, 21336, 30264, 30266, 30628, 26596, 26597, 26598, 26599, 26600, 26601, 26602, 26603, 26604, 26607.
- Applicants must hold the New Zealand Certificate in Scaffolding (Trade) (Level 4). Or equivalent qualification such as the National Certificate in Intermediate Scaffolding (Level 4).
- Hold the New Zealand Certificate in Scaffolding (Proprietary Suspended) (level 3). Or equivalent qualification such as the National Certificate in Suspended Scaffolding (Level 4) or hold a Suspended Scaffolding Endorsement Certificate.
- Must be physically fit and capable of working at height.
Please click the apply button in the top right-hand corner of this webpage to begin the application process or alternatively, complete the enquiry form below. For help with applications, please contact [email protected]
You will be offered a place subject to meeting the entry and selection requirements and the availability of places on the programme. The Polytechnic reserves the right to not accept late applications, i.e., after the programme has started. The Polytechnic reserves the right to cancel, prior to commencement, any programme which does not attract a minimum number of students. The fees shown are indicative only. Both domestic and international fees are subject to change. For further information visit here.