2022 Concrete Industry Apprentice of the Year entrants are in to win a share of around $10,000 in prizes, as well as the sought-after title. Entries are now open.
After leaving the retail sector and joining the construction industry, former BCITO apprentice Phillip Jamison is now a fully qualified builder working on a range of unique projects.
Changing career paths has become increasingly common in the past two years. People from numerous industries are now construction apprenticeships and Annalise Theewis from Dunedin is smashing it.
Why Vakalahi is pushing workers out of their comfort zones. The best thing about taking on apprentices is watching them grow, says Jazz Vakalahi.
BCITO warmly welcomes Brian Miller to the BCITO Brick & Block Laying National Advisory Group.
Paul Southey, Director of A1 Homes Wairarapa, is a staunch advocate for diversity in the construction sector.
Denham Wisdom doesn't let anything stop him from achieving his goals despite the challenges and setbacks he may encounter.
BCITO is proud to support the 2022 Flooring Awards in conjunction with FloorNZ.
We’re delighted to announce this year’s Villars Award recipient is Gino Haynes of Extra Textural in Auckland.
Congratulations to Tuaine Ruatita of GDPD Ltd of Palmerston North for winning the 2021 Master Painters Association Apprentice of the Year competition.