Architectural Aluminium Joinery Workshops

*Note dates have moved to August due to low numbers*

Architectural Aluminium Joinery Installation workshops are now being scheduled for 2014. The dates for these are as follows:

Auckland - Wednesday, 13th of August
Wellington - Wednesday, 20th of August
Christchurch - Wednesday, 27th of August

NCAAJ Installation Level 4 - $1,702.00** (includes one day workshop)
Workshop - covering three unit standards $897.00
Workshop only - 1/2 day - $690.00 (will give a LBP 4 points)

** A 10% discount is available if you pay in full within 30 days of invoice.

Three good reasons why you should attend a workshop:

  • You will get a head start on completing the National Certificate in Architectural Aluminium Joinery (Installation) - a nationally recognised qualification for everyone who installs aluminium joinery into residential and light commercial buildings.
  • You will learn about the latest regulations and standards for installing aluminium joinery, including E2/AS1, and put them into practice during the practical element of the workshop.
  • You will have the advantage of being able to show Licensed Building Practitioners and building authorities that you are up to date with the latest regulations, standards and installation methods. You will need to confirm attendance at least six weeks from the workshop date and pay your deposit so we can get the materials out to you. For more information about the workshops and the National Certificate in Architectural Aluminium Joinery (Installation) go to www.jito.org.nz or call Michele on 04 803 9333 or 027 476 9539.

Michele.mcdonald@bcito.org.nz

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