Who will become the RMB CARTERS 2019 Apprentice of the Year?

The future leaders of New Zealand’s building industry are preparing for the Registered Master Builder CARTERS 2019 Apprentice of the Year competition...

$2000 grants for BCITO apprentices and employers

So what’s the deal? The first 10,000 new apprentices who sign up for training after March 6, 2013, will be eligible to apply...

Building skills for the future — still a long way to go to meet...

The number of Kiwis taking up construction apprenticeships has reached record high numbers, but Building and Construction Industry Training Organisation chief executive...

BCITO CEO Warwick Quinn: Truly unprecedented times

BCITO chief executive Warwick Quinn says the Government needs to be congratulated on the unprecedented investment in trades training — but challenges...

BCITO trades experience collaboration a success

Switched On has entered into a partnership with the Building and Construction Industry Training Organisation (BCITO) and Hillmorton High School in Christchurch...

Young hairdresser stuns mum with career switch

Danyelle Bogue is a 22-year-old Wellington-based former hairdresser who leapt into a painting and decorating apprenticeship — and she’s loving it.

Construction sector to benefit from Apprenticeship Boost

The construction sector is potentially one of the big winners from the Government announcing the institution of a Targeted Training and Apprenticeships...

Grow your business: getting the right people

As our industry inches closer to recovery, many builders and subcontractors will be looking to the future, and thinking about the number of people...

Improved perception of the trades increases apprentice numbers

The number of Kiwis taking up construction apprenticeships has reached record high numbers. The Building and Construction Industry Training...

Quiet achiever reaches his goal

A building site is a noisy workplace, but not for Mark Siviter at Licensed Renovations in Auckland. Recently qualified carpenter Mark has hearing loss, but...