Training an apprentice is an investment in your business and industry.
You may be able to get Government support for your business while you train tāngata.
By training an apprentice you lay down the foundations for hardworking, loyal employees who understand how your business operates. Reduce risk and re-work. Increase efficiency and profitability.
You can develop your team’s skills to meet your standards and win tenders easily with a qualified team.
How to support an apprentice
BCITO Te Pūkenga offers ongoing support for you and your apprentices during their training.
Our advisors periodically visit to help you keep training on track. Best of all, aromatawai and paperwork is fully managed by BCITO Te Pūkenga.
We also provide workforce development plans and other practical resources to keep you up to date with current industry trends.
How training works
A positive workplace culture fosters business growth. That’s why we don’t just offer apprenticeships, we also offer training and qualifications for your existing team.
By training your existing team, they’ll be more valuable, more motivated, and encouraged to stay in your business longer.
Futureproof your business with niche skills that are in high demand and suit the way that work is evolving.
A BCITO Te Pūkenga micro-credential is where your team can gain specialist skills in a short timeframe.
For a limited time only, we have a special offer on the fees for the Basic Construction micro-credential.
If you’ve worked in the industry for a few years, but don’t have a qualification we’ll help you get one.
New Zealand’s construction industry has an extreme shortage of qualified supervisors. Gain the experience and skills you need to be a high-performing supervisor.
Ready to take on an apprentice or upskill your team? Give us a call and we’ll help you find the right fit for your business.
0800 4 BCITO
+64 4 381 6430
Level 5, 234 Wakefield Street
PO Box 2615, Wellington 6140