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First micro-credential a big step forward for construction industry

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A Whitianga-based kitchen installer has become the first New Zealander to achieve a micro-credential. The shorter, bite-sized learning achievements, which the Building Construction Industry Training...

Uncovering the real cost of tertiary education

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A new study uncovering the real cost of tertiary education clearly demonstrates that New Zealand’s industry training and apprenticeship system is the education sector’s...

Learn the basics to run a successful business

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The quest for new apprentices

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Why separate education from work?

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By Industry Training Federation chief executive Josh Williams Apprenticeships are back, and it’s about time too. New Zealand — like quite a few...

More businesses need to commit to training

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So, there is plenty of work, the construction sector is looking strong and the medium-term outlook is good. There are plenty of drivers that underpin...

Skills training — the future must change

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By BCITO chief executive Warwick Quinn Fact: The number of construction trainees will be insufficient to meet forecast demand. Fact: We must do something...

Building career firmly in sight for Maori Trades Training graduate

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  Malachi Paku got into a trade to further his goals, as well as to help his whanau. “My dad was very strong and passionate about...

AUT to launch unique engineering course

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  AUT is to launch a new major next year aimed at combating a significant shortage in New Zealand. The Building Engineering major will be available...

#BuildAKL matching young Auckland job seekers with construction and infrastructure jobs

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  An exciting new interactive social media campaign, #BuildAKL, was launched in September with the aim of getting more than 4000 young people into Auckland’s...