Pursuant to section 5 of the Industry Training Act 1992, the NZ Motor Industry Training Organisation (Incorporated) has been granted re-recognition for a period of five years, with effect from 21 October 2013 to 20 October 2018, to set standards at Levels 1-8 on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework for the following industries:
- Motor industry;
- Industrial textile fabrication industry;
- Commercial road transport industry;
- State Sector and New Zealand Defence Force for road transport-related operations;
- Stevedoring and port industry (including the New Zealand Defence Force) - covering port cargo handling, ship loading and unloading, and port marine services;
- Road transport logistics industry - covering warehousing but not wholesaling;
- Freight forwarding and distribution - specifically related to the receipt, transhipment and breakdown of bulk, and packaging for re-consignment;
- Extractive industry - with respect to coal mining (opencast and underground), alluvial pit (gravel, sand and opencast), quarry and aggregates (hardrock and opencast), dredging for minerals (civil works excluded), and tunnelling;
- Drilling industry - including hydrocarbon and
- Gas industry - including gas engineering, pipeline mechanical inspection, gas metering, governor fitting, gas measuring, appliance servicing, mains and service laying, leakage surveying, specialist meter reading, distribution, reticulation, sales, repair and maintenance;
- Petrochemical, energy and chemical plant industries - with respect to plant/process operations in exploration/
production, hydrocarbon refining and petrochemical processing sectors; and petrochemical industry specific skills, geoscience, engineering (chemical, civil, electrical, mechanical and process), mechanical instrumentation and electrical tradespersons, metering and telemetry technicians, and cathodic technicians;
- Protective coating industry - including abrasive blasting, and blasting coating operations; and
- Resource recovery - including areas of scrap metal recovery, waste management (excluding water), recycling and zero waste.
Dated at Wellington this 10th day of October 2013.
HON STEVEN JOYCE, Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment.