Press release: Currently only 2.4% of students move directly into an apprenticeship with BCITO after they leave school. We're trying to change that.
New Zealand Management Academies Ltd (NZMA) hosted their first Women in Construction Breakfast on 10 May with a group of high achieving female construction talent inspiring NZMA students.
Some of us will make an instant connection to those five words, nine out of ten people will follow up with the words ‘I’m gonna make a change’ but do nothing more than that. Your unconscious bias will have a lot to do with how your song plays out.
The Building and Construction Industry Training Organisation (BCITO) is today launching a new campaign aiming to show New Zealanders anything is possible with a career in the trades.
Travel is one of the many opportunities qualified stonemasons can have with their trade, creating great links within the international Stonemasonry community.
Carlos Gabucan is a Kitchen & Bathroom Design student from the Philippines who, as a Visualization Technology Designer, develops 2020 Design Software for Laminex.
It is our pleasure to present the BCITO Annual Report 2017 which reviews a year that every member of BCITO can be truly proud of.
As timber suppliers to exterior timber joinery companies throughout New Zealand, we have seen a systemic pattern emerging in recent years, in particular during the last 18 months. Joiners are getting desperate to find skilled staff members.
Data supplied by StatsNZ was used to support the work BCITO is carrying out on sector specific workforce development plans.
AWCI and NZCB are working in partnership to combine their annual conference events into the one venue in late May 2018.