Study Wood Manufacturing
New Zealand’s plantation forests are expected to grow in value over the next 15 years, meaning job opportunities are strong.
Solid wood processing is the remanufacturing of a renewable timber resource into value added products for local and international markets.
You'll learn about different timber machining procedures and equipment, and manufacturing workplace operations in a specially designed training mill.
This is a technical trade with a strong future - perfect for you if you're a practical peorson who likes to be hands-on.
|Programme/Course||Level||Choose Your Study Location|
|Applied Solid Wood Manufacturing (Level 4)||4||Waipa (Rotorua)|
|Graduate Diploma in Applied Management - Manufacturing Management Strand||7||Rotorua (Mokoia Campus)|
|New Zealand Certificate in Finger Jointing (Level 4)||4||Waipa (Rotorua), Various Industry Locations|
|New Zealand Certificate in Solid Wood Manufacturing (Level 3), strands in Timber Machining and Timber Grading and Optimising||3||Waipa (Rotorua)|