The Building and Construction Industry Training Organisation (BCITO) provides apprenticeship and supervisor qualifications for the New Zealand building and construction industry. We are appointed by the government to develop professional qualifications and set standards for the industry. Learn more about BCITO.
Comparing data readily available from IRD shows that the average qualified carpenter at age 28 is actually $120,448 better off than a law graduate. But money's not everything.
The number of Kiwis engaging in building and construction apprenticeships is at record highs, as the industry’s demand for skilled workers continues to surge.
Two Horowhenua glaziers have scored places on a prestigious scholarship programme mentored by the Master Glaziers organisation.