Smith&Smith’s® leading technicians from around the country, competed to be the ‘Best of New Zealand’ in vehicle glass repair and replacement recently.
In a faceoff against eight of New Zealand’s top carpentry apprentices, Morgan Wills has taken out this year’s Registered Master Builders 2019 Apprentice of the Year, in association with CARTERS national competition.
The number of Kiwis taking up building and construction apprenticeships has reached record high numbers.
The Government has unveiled the first amendments that will be made to building legislation in 2020.
Extending our scholarships means we are able to support more people and businesses within the construction industry.
The building sector welcomes the Government’s moves to boost student numbers in vocational education, as announced today by Minister Chris Hipkins.
Congratulations to Zen Tahana of Bartlett Concrete Placing Ltd who has been named 2019 Concrete Industry Apprentice of the Year.
Connor Wilson from Prestige Interiors in Wellington and Bailey Batt from Atlas Fibrous Plasterers in Hawkes Bay are the two New Zealand Apprentices selected to take on the best Australian apprentices from each state across Australia.
We have pleasure in presenting BCITO’s 2019 Half Year Report. We are on track to deliver our forecast year-end outcomes.
Women are hugely under-represented in the trades, and an industry group is pushing for improvement.