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National Certificate in Competitive Manufacturing (Level 4) with an
optional strand in Facilitation

70 or 90 with optional strand

Purpose

This qualification is for leaders in competitive manufacturing who interact between
members of their team and management. The qualification recognises the candidate’s
knowledge and the skills required to lead change, implement a competitive manufacturing
system and ensure process improvements are sustained. For those wishing to move into
facilitation of competitive manufacturing teams, the Facilitation strand offers a wide choice
of unit standards from relevant domains.
The qualification is structured to afford the maximum scope for career development within
a range of processing industry disciplines that may include; administration, production, and
value chain support areas. Training in competitive manufacturing will benefit people
working in all areas of New Zealand manufacturing; including the dairy, food and related
products, electricity supply, furniture, plastics and materials, printing, seafood and wood
manufacturing industries, and the apparel and textile sectors.
Holders of this national certificate can progress to the National Diploma in Competitive
Manufacturing [Ref: 1458].
This qualification has been registered on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) in
line with the objectives of the Ministerial Declaration of Confidence - ‘Mutual Recognition of
Vocational Education and Training Qualifications between Australia and New Zealand' and
has been endorsed by the Competitive Manufacturing Consortium in New Zealand.
Special Notes

The Manufacturing Industry Skills Council (previously the Manufacturing, Engineering and
Related Services Industry Training Advisory Body (MERSITAB)) developed the
competency standards in this qualification as part of the MSA07 Manufacturing training
package. Full details of training packages can be accessed at the National Training
Information Service website: http://www.ntis.gov.au.
The Competitive Manufacturing Consortium in New Zealand, which is managed by the
Forest Industries Training and Education Council (FITEC), is made up of eight Industry
Training Organisations (ITOs) which have cooperated in the development of this
qualification. For more information on the consortium or the Australian MSA41108
Certificate IV in Competitive Manufacturing please contact the FITEC Curriculum
Development Manager (details on page 6).
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To meet the requirements of Certificate IV candidates must select only standards from the
Competitive Manufacturing domain to meet the requirements of the balance set, if
necessary, and must hold ten standards in total.
The qualification includes NQF standards (Australian) that are part of the Competitive
Manufacturing qualifications in the MSA07 Manufacturing training package. The
qualification has been designed to meet the requirements of the Australian Qualifications
Framework Certificate IV.
To suit the New Zealand context however, the requirements of this national certificate
differ in some respects from Certificate IV. Whilst the qualifications are deemed equivalent
for employment purposes, holders of Certificate IV may be required to undertake some
additional training and/or assessment in order to be awarded this national certificate.
Credit Range
Elective 1
Elective 2
Elective 3
Compulsory
Facilitation Optional
Strand


Requirements for Award of Qualification

Award of NQF Qualifications

Credit gained for a standard may be used only once to meet the requirements of this qualification.
Unit standards and achievement standards that are equivalent in outcome are mutually exclusive for the
purpose of award. The table of mutually exclusive standards is provided in section 7 of the New Zealand
Qualifications Authority (NZQA) Rules and Procedures publications available at
http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/ncea/acrp/index.html.
Reviewed standards that continue to recognise the same overall outcome are registered as new versions
and retain their identification number (ID). Any version of a standard with the same ID may be used to meet
qualification requirements that list the ID and/or that specify the past or current classification of the standard.
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Summary of Requirements
• A minimum of 70 credits
• Elective 1 – A minimum of 1 standard as specified • Elective 2 – A minimum of 2 standards as specified • Elective 3 – A minimum of 10 credits as specified • Balance – Balance if required
The following strands are optional
• Facilitation Optional Strand
Detailed Requirements
Core Compulsory
The following standards are required
Manufacturing > Manufacturing Skills > Competitive Manufacturing
Implement a competitive manufacturing system in a Ensure process improvements are sustained in a Lead change in a competitive manufacturing
Elective 1
A minimum of 1 standard
Manufacturing > Manufacturing Skills > Competitive Manufacturing
Facilitate the development of a competitive Facilitate team culture improvement in a competitive
Elective 2
A minimum of 2 standards
Manufacturing > Manufacturing Skills > Competitive Manufacturing
Facilitate a Just in Time (JIT) system in a competitive Improve cost factors in work practices in a competitive Forest Industries Training and Education Council New Zealand Qualifications Authority 2008 Page 4 of 9
Analyse manual handling processes in a competitive Lead 5S in a competitive manufacturing organisation Undertake process capability improvements in a Mistake proof a production process in a competitive Facilitate use of planning software systems in a Facilitate System Control and Data Acquisition systems 4 in a competitive manufacturing organisation Undertake proactive maintenance analyses in a Assist in implementing a proactive maintenance strategy in a competitive manufacturing organisation Monitor and control a manufacturing levelled pull system in a competitive manufacturing organisation Facilitate continuous improvement in a competitive Apply statistics to processes for a competitive Lead a proactive maintenance strategy in a competitive
Elective 3
A minimum of 10 credits at Level 4 or above
Subfield

Balance
The balance of credits, if required, to achieve
A minimum of 70 credits
May come from the following
Business > Business Operations and Development > Quality Management
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Subfield

Facilitation Optional Strand
A minimum of 20 credits at Level 4 or above
Subfield
Coordination Systems and Resources Management
Transition Arrangements

Version 2

Version 2 was issued in order to update the elective sections following the registration of
further Competitive Manufacturing NQF standards (Australian) from the Australian MSA07
Manufacturing
training package, the review of Certificate IV, and the review of the First
Line Management domain.
Changes to structure and content
• A new Elective 1 has been added to better reflect the structure of Certificate IV.
• Standards 24782, 24783, 24784, and 24785 have been added to Elective 2. • The option to choose standards from the First Line Management domain in the Facilitation Optional Strand has been replaced with the option to choose standards from the People Development and Coordination, and Systems and Resources Management domains. For detailed information see Review Summaries on the NZQA website. People currently working towards version 1 may either complete the requirements for that version by 31 December 2011 or transfer their results to this version. The last date for entry to training programmes or courses for version 1 is December 2009. Forest Industries Training and Education Council New Zealand Qualifications Authority 2008 Page 6 of 9
For the purposes of this qualification people may use credit gained for standards in the lapsing domain towards meeting the qualification requirements as follows: Credits for standards in
Count towards qualification requirements
where the following is specified

Business> Business Operations and Development
It is anticipated that no existing trainees will be disadvantaged by these transition
arrangements. Any person who feels they have been disadvantaged by these transition
arrangements should contact FITEC who will consider appeals on a case by case basis.
For further information on the transition arrangements please contact the FITEC
Curriculum Development Manager at the address below.

Previous version of the qualification

Version 1 was developed as part of the registration of the NQF standards (Australian) and
qualifications in Competitive Manufacturing in 2005. This qualification provided advanced
technical skills in Competitive Manufacturing.
NQF Registration Information

Last Date for Assessment

Standard Setting Body

Forest Industries Training and Education Council (FITEC)
PO Box 137 067
Parnell
Auckland 1151
Telephone 09

Planned Review

Any person or organisation may contribute to the review of this qualification by sending
feedback to the standard setting body at the above address.

Certification

The certificate will display the logos of NZQA, the Competitive Manufacturing Consortium
in New Zealand and the accredited organisation.
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Classification

This qualification is classified according to the NQF classification system and the
New Zealand Standard Classification of Education (NZSCED) system as specified below.
NQF Classification
Code Description
Code Description
Engineering and Technology > Manufacturing Engineering
Quality Management Systems
Providers and Industry Training Organisations must be accredited by a recognised Quality Assurance Body
before they can register credits from assessment against standards. Accredited providers and Industry
Training Organisations assessing against standards must engage with the moderation system that applies to
those standards. Accreditation requirements and the moderation system are outlined in the associated
Accreditation and Moderation Action Plan (AMAP) for each standard.
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Appendix I

Progression of Industry Qualifications

National Certificate in Competitive Manufacturing with strands
in Introductory Application, and Technical Application
[Ref: 1215]

National Certificate in Competitive Manufacturing (Level 4) with
an optional strand in Facilitation [Ref: 1216]

National Diploma in Competitive Manufacturing [Ref: 1458]
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Appendix II

Forest Industries Training and Education Council New Zealand Qualifications Authority 2008

Source: http://test.competenz.beingbui.lt/documents/QP_CM_1216.pdf

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