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REGULATIONS FOR THE SAMOA CERTIFICATE II - AUTOMOTIVE (2015)
 
1. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
On the basis of raw marks in the SSLC exam or equivalent, at least 140% aggregate total in English and best 3 subjects with at least a 30% in English.
 
2. MODE OF STUDY
Full-time.
 
3. DURATION
Not less than two semesters.
 
4. PROGRAMME STRUCTURE AND COURSE OBJECTIVES
Unless credit is granted under the Recognition of Prior Learning/Credit Statute, this programme consists of fifteen courses: TAM150, TAM151, TAM152, TAM153, TAM154, TAM155, TAM156, TAM157, TAM158, TAM159, TAM160, TAM199, TFA100,TOH100, TCS105
 
5. PROGRAMME LOAD
Six or Seven courses per semester. An underload or an overload has to be approved and signed for on the Enrolment form by the Dean or the Dean’s nominee.
 
6. PROGRAMME REQUIREMENTS
To be awarded the Samoa Certificate II - Automotive a student must pass the fifteen courses specified in 4 above.
 
7. These regulations are effective from 1 January, 2018.

 

REGULATIONS FOR THE CERTIFICATE IN PANEL-BEATING AND SPRAY PAINTING (2012)
 
1. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
On the basis of raw marks in the SSLC exam or equivalent, at least 140% aggregate total in English and best 3 subjects with at least a 30% in English.
 
2. MODE OF STUDY
Full-time.
 
3. DURATION
Not less than two semesters.
 
4. PROGRAMME STRUCTURE
Unless credit is granted under the Recognition of Prior Learning/Credit Statute, this programme consists of eleven courses: TCS108, TPP010, TPP011, TPP012, TPP013, TPP014, TPP015, TPP016, TPP017, TPP018, TPP019,
 
5. PROGRAMME LOAD
Five or six courses per semester. An underload or an overload has to be approved and signed for on the Enrolment form by the Dean or the Dean’s nominee.
 
6. PROGRAMME REQUIREMENTS
To be awarded a Certificate in Panel-beating and Spray Painting a student must pass the eleven courses specified in 4 above.
 
7. These regulations are effective from 1 January, 2012.

 

REGULATIONS FOR THE CERTIFICATE OF ATTAINMENT: TRADES PREPARATORY YEAR (CERT I) (2014)
 
1. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
On the basis of raw marks in the SSLC exam or equivalent, at least 120% aggregate total in English and 3 best subjects with at least a 25% in English.
 
2. MODE OF STUDY
Full-time or part-time
 
3. DURATION
Not less than two semesters.
 
4. PROGRAMME STRUCTURE
Unless credit is granted under the Statute/Regulations on Recognition of
Prior learning/Credit & Recognition of current Competency, this programme consists of EIGHT courses as listed below:
Semester 1: TPY001, TPY002, TPY003, TPY004
Semester 2: TPY008, TPY009, TPY010, TPY012
 
5. PROGRAMME LOAD
For full-time students, four courses per semester, for part-time students two courses per semester. An under load or overload has to be approved and signed for on the Enrolment form by the Dean, Faculty of Technical Education.
 
6. PROGRAMME REQUIREMENTS
To be awarded the Certificate of Attainment: Trades Preparatory Year, a student must pass all eight courses listed in 4. Above
 
7. These Regulations are effective from 1 January,2018.

 

 

The Faculty offers a Bachelor of Technical and Vocational Education and Training, as well as a wide range of vocational programmes for students with an interest in engineering-related trades. In the engineering fields, students use well-equipped workshops to develop practical skills in programmes in Automotive Engineering, Construction & Joinery, Fitting & Machining, Panel-beating & Spray Painting, Plumbing, Radio & Electronics, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning and Welding & Metal Fabrication. 

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The Faculty offers a Bachelor of Technical and Vocational Education and Training, as well as a wide range of vocational programmes for students with an interest in engineering-related trades. In the engineering fields, students use well-equipped workshops to develop practical skills in programmes in Automotive Engineering, Construction & Joinery, Fitting & Machining, Panel-beating & Spray Painting, Plumbing, Radio & Electronics, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning and Welding & Metal Fabrication. Horticulture courses cover all facets of crop production and protection.

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