Pursuant to section 5 of the Industry Training Act 1992, an extension of coverage has been granted for the New Zealand Extractive Industries Training Organisation to set standards at Levels 1–8 on the National Qualifications Framework for clean coal technologies with effect from 30 June 2007.
Therefore, full recognition is given to the New Zealand Extractive Industries Training Organisation Incorporated to set standards on the National Qualification’s Framework
at Levels 1–8 for the following industries:
Coal mining (opencast and underground), clean
coal technologies, alluvial pit (gravel, sand and opencast), quarry and aggregates (hardrock
and opencast), dredging for minerals (civil works excluded), tunnelling, and drilling (hydrocarbon
and non-hydrocarbon); gas engineering, pipeline mechanical inspection, gas metering, governor fitting, gas measuring, appliance servicing, mains and service laying, leakage surveying, specialist meter reading, plant/process operations in the exploration/production, hydrocarbon refining and petrochemical processing sectors of the petrochemical industry and petrochemical industry specific skills, geoscientists, engineers (chemical, civil, electrical, mechanical and process), mechanical instrumentation and electrical tradespersons, metering and telemetry technicians, cathodic technicians, abrasive blasting covering; abrasive blasting, blasting coating operations and protective coating industry; gas distribution, reticulation, sales, repair and maintenance, petrochemical and abrasive blasting industries; and areas of scrap metal recovery, resource recovery, waste management (excluding water), recycling
and zero waste.
Dated at Wellington this 9th day of May 2007.
MICHAEL CULLEN, Minister for Tertiary Education.