The terms of the merger provide for adoption of existing structures and systems during a transition period to ensure quality service for our industries. Consulting closely with industry and moving forward as we make improvements to training systems, our staff in the field and at National Office have received many positive comments about how smoothly the process is being handled.
A very big thank you goes to our employers and apprentices for their positive support for the merger. Your willing attitudes make for a smooth transition so that BCITO is one step closer to realising the vision of its Board; to create a single construction and infrastructure ITO.
New industries BCITO now works with are:
- Architectural Aluminium Joinery
- Glass & Glazing
- Timber Joinery
- Kitchen & Bathroom Design
- Painting & Decorating
We look forward to working with you all to provide high quality training that meets the needs of our industries.
If you have any questions or would just like to give us your feedback about the merger, please don’t hesitate to contact your Training Advisor, email or call us on 0800 422 486.
Carpentry apprentices from across New Zealand are being called to show their skills and compete in the Registered Master Builders CARTERS 2017 Apprentice of the Year.
Kicking off on 10 April in Auckland, the Not Your Average Tradie Road Trip will see a group of talented BCITO apprentices spending four weeks visiting different regions, helping out community organisations, charities and schools with building woes.