We have pleasure in presenting BCITO’s 2018 Annual Report. We have been working extremely hard to meet the construction industry’s training needs during a period of insatiable demand for skilled construction workers.
BCITO Training Advisor's advice to apprentices is: work hard even when no one is watching.
It’s not your usual day at work when you’re surrounded by cameras, lights, a film crew, and there’s plenty of action going on.
We are proud to support a record number of apprentices to attend Outward Bound this year.
The call has gone out for nominations in the 2019 NAWIC Excellence Awards partnering with BCITO, with entries open now and closing on Friday, 12 July.
We have approached the Reform of Vocational Education (RoVE) proposals put forward by the Government in good faith, with our response being led by our industry’s views on the reforms. You can read our Submission now.
The building and construction sector has today rejected the Government’s proposal to reform vocational education.
Information for BCITO apprentices.
Building and Construction Industry Training Organisation (BCITO) Chief Executive Warwick Quinn acknowledges the significance of the changes to the vocational education training system proposed by the Minister of Education, Hon Chris Hipkins.
The New Zealand Qualifications Framework is under review and Building and Construction Industry Training Organisation (BCITO) Chief Executive Warwick Quinn says this is an opportunity to position trade and vocational based qualifications more fairly.