IAG know that having motivated, skilled staff is an important part of running a successful business.
For more than 15 years they have supported hundreds of BCITO apprentices to grow from strength to strength while completing their qualification.
IAG is proud of its involvement in the building and construction industry and the support the programme is able to offer to their approved supplier network.
This year IAG will select up to 10 carpentry apprentices, and 6 glazing apprentices and sponsor their training, paying all the BCITO fees and course-related costs as candidates work towards a National Certificate in Carpentry or Glazing.
This is an extraordinary opportunity that IAG is offering to help our industry train qualified professionals.
How to apply
Download and complete the application and mail it with relevant attachments to the address shown on the application form.
Applications are now open and close on Friday 23 June 2017.
BCITO Frame & Truss National Advisory Group member Andrew McLachlan, from Placemakers in Wiri, willingly took up the opportunity to attend a two-day invitational at Outward Bound in Anakiwa.
One of this year’s contestants on TVNZ One's Design Junkies is Tiakitai Haronga, BCITO carpentry apprentice of Argyll Building in Hawke’s Bay.