Targeted Review of
InfraTrain is continuing with the review of
all of its qualifications.
This review forms part of a wider Targeted Review of Qualifications (TRoQ)
by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA), which will examine
almost 1,800 qualifications at Levels 1 to 6 across 26 industry
Read more about the wider review on the
The review is being carried out in consultation with key Tertiary
Education Organisations (TEO’s), Private Training Providers (PTE’s),
industry associations, and interested industry stakeholders.
Objectives of the review
- Reduce the duplication of qualifications across industry
- To establish a clearer suite of qualifications on the New
Zealand Qualifications Framework.
- Meet the needs of the
industry, employers, trainees and students effectively.
In 2012 InfraTrain, as the qualifications developer, began the first
stage of the review of the Infrastructure Works cluster of
qualifications. This included qualifications for the Civil,
Surfacing, Utilities, Roadmarking, Rural Contracting and Civil
In 2013 the focus will be on the review of Surveying and
Infrastructure Asset Management qualifications and the second stage
of the Infrastructure Works review. The latter will look at
the qualification specifications, the review of unit standards, and
the development of programmes.
How will TRoQ affect current qualifications?
The current qualifications are still the benchmark for knowledge and
skills in the industry. If you are an employer or trainee, you will
be getting the very best in training by completing the current
Infrastructure Asset Management Review
Review - Stage 2