Review of Asset Management qualification - NZQA

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19/11/2013

FIELD

ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY


Review of
Asset Management
qualification


National Diploma in Infrastructure Asset Management (Level 6)
[Ref:
0761
]


InfraTrain New Zealand

has completed
the review of the qualification

listed above.


Date new version

publ
ished

January

20
10


The next qualification review is planned to take place during
2011
.


Summary of review and consultation process


Following sector feedback received in 2008
,
InfraTrain New Zealand

has carried out
a high
level review of the
National Dipl
oma in Infrastructure A
sset Management (Level 6)
[Ref:

0761]

to remove a significant barrier to candidate completions. This
result
ed

in the
splitting
the knowledge and skills
covered by

U
nit 23593,
Manage tendering, and form and
manage a contract, for an
infrastructure asset

into two new standards

26155 and 26156
.


The review included consultation with the
National Asset Management Steering (NAMS)
Group

and
Ingenium
,

a
n incorporated society that exists primarily to uphold and improve
the status of engineer
ing and management o
f public assets in New Zealand.


Main changes resulting from the review


Unit
25155
,
F
orm and manage a contract for an infrastructure asset
is included

in the
compulsory section while
U
nit
25156
,
Manage tendering for an infrastructure a
sset

is
included in

the elective section.


Credit values of the compulsory and elective sections have
been adjusted to ensure the
o
verall credits for the qualification remain the same.


National Diploma

in
Infrastructure Asset Management (Level 6) [Ref: 07
61
]


Review category

B

See
Key to Qualification Review Categories

at the end of report


Changes to structure and content



Compulsory standard 23593 was replaced by 26155 in the compulsory section and
26156 in the e
lective selection.



The credit value of the compulsory section was decreased from 101 to 99.



The credit value of the elective section was increased from 8 to 10.


Transition


People currently working towards version 2 of this qualification may either comple
te the
requirements of that version or transfer their results to this version of the qualification. The
last date for asse
ssment of version 2

is 31 December 2011.


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19/11/2013

This qualification contains standards that replace earlier standards. For the purposes of
this qualification people who have gained credit for the expiring standards are exempt from
the requirement to gain credit for the replacement standards.


Credit for

Exempt from

9674, 9675, 9676, 17497

21335

9674, 9675, 9676, 17498

21336

17303, 17304

23
590

23593

26155, 26156


Key to Qualification Review Categories


Category A

The qualification is published as a
new version with the same NQF ID

Changes are made to SSB name, contact details or purpose statement

No change is made to title, rules or comp
onents of the qualification

No transition arrangements are required

Category B

The qualification is published as a
new version with the same NQF ID

Changes are made to title, rules or components

The new version of the qualification recognises a simila
r skill set to that
recognised by the previous version

The SSB is confident that people awarded the new or previous version are
comparable in terms of competence

Transition arrangements are required if candidates must gain additional/different
credits
for the new version

Category C

A new (replacement) qualification is
published with new NQF ID

Significant changes are made to the qualification in terms of components,
structure, type or level

The SSB views people with the replacement qualification as b
eing significantly
different in terms of competence from those with the replaced qualification

Transition arrangements are required

Transition may be limited to phase
-
out dates

Category D

Qualification will expire.

There is no replacement
qualificatio
n

Qualification is no longer required by industry

The qualification is designated as expiring and a last date for meeting the
qualification requirements is set