The Building and Construction Industry Training Organisation (BCITO) has set a new record, signing on over 5,600 new apprentices since July 2020.
As part of the Reform of Vocational Education (RoVE), a Construction and Infrastructure Centre of Vocational Excellence (ConCOVE) has been formally established.
Wellington Rugby is proud to announce a partnership with BCITO New Zealand for the 2020 Mitre 10 Cup season.
FI Innovations’ history has its beginnings in fibrous plaster technology. The original firm, T D McIntosh and Sons were Invercargill’s specialists in ornate plaster ceilings.
Lance Aydon, of Toucan Tiling, knows the value that apprenticeship training creates for people, businesses and the sector as a whole.
Recently we caught up with sisters Gracey and Holly from Ferndale Furniture, Wellington. The sisters share their story of growing up in a home of entrepreneurs and independent thinkers to a family business playing to its strengths.
Interior Systems Industry Advocate, Helen Hines-Randall, chats to Leon Downes, GM of Prestige Ceilings & Linings Ltd and a member of BCITO’s Interior Systems National Advisory Group.
LT McGuinness are constructing the new iconic world class facility that will enhance Wellington’s position as a leading visitor and conference destination in Australasia. The project kicked off in 2019, due for completion in 2023.
In March 2019, BCITO launched the NZ Diploma in Design, since its release more than 114 designers have enrolled, and the first to qualify is Madison (Madi) Duxfield of German Kitchens, Wellington.
To date, all holders of the Frame & Truss Manufacturing qualification, have been men. BCITO is pleased to see that we now have two women enrolled in the qualification.