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17 weeks full time; 16 teaching weeks plus 1 week of study break
2019 $3,678 plus $120 Student Services Levy. 2018 $3,611 plus $120 Student Services Levy
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NE4376 - Certificate in Aeronautical Engineering Fundamentals
The Certificate in Aeronautical Engineering Fundamentals is a pre-requisite course if you want to have a career with the RNZAF. As a graduate you will have the base knowledge and experience to choose your preferred career pathway of aircraft engineering specialisation. As a graduate, you may also choose to train in another field of engineering, as many of the skills are transferable to other areas such as motor, electrical and mechanical engineering.
NMIT is New Zealand's first approved New Zealand Civil Aviation Authority (NZCAA) Part 147 Certified Maintenance Training Organisation.