New Zealand Certificate in Construction Trades - Supervisor Level 4

This qualification is suitable for builders and other specialist tradespeople already working as supervisors in a construction-related trade to formally recognise their current supervision skills.  To enrol in this qualification you'll need a trade qualification at level 3 or higher (or be able to demonstrate equivalent knowledge and skills) and some supervisory experience.

How long it takes

The New Zealand Certificate in Construction Related Trades (Supervisor) Level 4 typically takes 10 months to complete.

How much it costs

You can find out more about costs by referring to either 2023 Course Fees or 2023 Off-Job Training Fees. For more information contact the team at BCITO.

What you'll learn

You’ll learn the skills required to be to be a supervisor in the construction industry. The compulsory part of this qualification covers the following areas:

  • decision making
  • job planning and programming
  • tendering for new work
  • managing people and job sites
  • safety planning
  • resolving conflict
  • understanding work and administration procedures
  • monitoring and managing other trades.

Need to know more?

For additional qualification information refer to the NZQA website or call us: 0800 422 486.