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Improve your business and apprentices with a BCITO Building Capability Grant

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To celebrate applications opening for this year’s BCITO Building Capability Grants, Building Today spoke with one of last year’s recipients, Jennian Homes Wellington managing...

Competenz first TITO to transition to Te Pukenga

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Competenz has been the first Transitional Industry Training Organisation (TITO) to transition to Te Pukenga after a powhiri held in Hamilton recently. Competenz’s trade-based training...

Cultural diversity offers ‘significant unrealised potential’

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The search is on for Auckland employers keen to upskill their Pacific employees, via fully funded workplace-based training. Auckland Unlimited, the region’s economic and cultural...

A vocational education system fit for the future

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Meeting a large skills shortage is no mean feat, but in challenge lies opportunity. Enter the Reform of Vocational Education (RoVE) — the biggest...

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

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

New ATT chief executive appointed

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The Apprenticeship Training Trust (ATT) has appointed Michael Blanchard as chief executive officer. “We are very pleased to have Michael now leading ATT,” ATT chairman...

BCITO: Diversity the key to construction success

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Women make up just 2.6% of workers “on the tools” in New Zealand’s construction sector, and the Building and Construction Industry Training Organisation (BCITO)...

The ‘saviours of our industry’ — what will work for them?

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By Terry Sage, Trades Coaching New Zealand   They say don’t start a discussion with an apology — it’s neither polite nor good business etiquette. Sorry, I...

Future-proofing industry training

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By BCITO chief executive Warwick Quinn Current state The current number of trainees across all sub-sectors is not sufficient to meet existing labour force...