Requirements and Study Options
The PGCertLMRTech is a University of Auckland accredited program and therefore participants will receive a recognised University qualification upon successful completion. Typically, it is aimed at experienced technical and operations staff who hold a relevant Bachelors degree in Engineering or Science and are seeking to raise their understanding of the smelting process to a higher level.
Industry Training in Light Metals Reduction Technology
LMRC also offers an Industry Training in Light Metals Reduction Technology, for those that do not hold a relevant Bachelors degree but have appropriate experience, it is held in conjunction with postgraduate certificate program.
Both PGCertLMRTech and Industry Training in Light Metals Reduction Technology cover the same content, however, participants enrolled in the Industry Training program will not be required to complete all of the assessments (although students are encouraged to complete the assignments to help further their learning).
The industry training program is NOT an accredited University of Auckland program and therefore participants will not receive a recognised University qualification. Those who wish to enroll in the industry training program do not require any University Bachelors degree.