You're working in a BCITO trade right now and your employer has agreed to train you. It's easy to get everything set up.
If you're an employer, you can get financial tautoko to hold onto your existing apprentices and to take on new ones.
The Apprenticeship Boost scheme will help you strengthen your business and get someone into a job. Apprentices can be an important part of your business and potential future leaders in your industry.
We may be able to help you find a suitable tangata to hire who will be a great fit for your business.
Find an apprentice
Hiring apprentices and training your kaimahi makes your business more efficient and profitable. For the future of New Zealand, it's also critical you pass on your valuable knowledge to the next generation.
Learn how to hire an apprentice
Chelsey Froese is now a BCITO qualified painter living in Queenstown having originally moved from Canada on a working holiday visa. We spoke to Chelsey about her decision to remain in New Zealand and undertake an apprenticeship.
As of 1 January 2023, BCITO | Te Pūkenga has officially transitioned from being a work-based learning subsidiary, to one of 25 operating divisions within Te Pūkenga New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology.
We’re supporting International Women’s Day and this year’s theme of #EmbraceEquity. Equity isn't just a nice-to-have, it's a must-have.
If you're an aspiring apprentice, employer or educator, contact us today to find out how we can help.
0800 4 BCITO
+64 4 381 6430
Level 5, 234 Wakefield Street
PO Box 2615