Why Study Construction and Infrastructure?

The New Zealand construction and infrastructure industries are always looking for skilled, knowledgeable people to join the workforce. Learning the skills in the courses available through Land Based Training is an excellent way to get your foot in the door of these exciting and rewarding industries.

What You’ll Learn

These construction and infrastructure training programmes will suit you if you want to gain employment at a supervised level in civil construction or the general field of property maintenance. The National Certificate in Civil Infrastructure (Level 2) is an NZQA-recognized qualification, and it will show employers that you have the skills to use basic tools and some specialist tools – you will also gain knowledge of temporary traffic management practices.

If you want to open up a career pathway in residential property management, the Level 2 course offered here will teach you how to maintain portable power tools, how to construct minor concrete works, basic retaining walls, and timber garden furniture and how to do this within health and safety guidelines.

You will also learn how to communicate properly with a team, how to read and interpret simple plans and lots of other useful information towards a career in the construction industry.

Check the course details to discover which pathway will suit you best. All education and experience requirements are listed under entry requirements.