We are pleased to announce the roll-out of the New Zealand Certificate in Carpentry (Level 4) and the associated launch of new carpentry learning resources.
Concrete apprentices from around New Zealand are encouraged to showcase their abilities and desire by entering the 2019 Concrete Industry Apprentice of the Year.
#tradesforme was a two-day event hosted by BCITO that brought together 430 students from 34 different schools all over Auckland to give them a hands-on experience of what it’s like to work within the construction industry.
Amelia Watts had never imagined entering the painting and decorating trade until she had the opportunity to get some hands-on experience with the help of BCITO and local Waikato firm Wilton Contracting.
He didn’t know it at the time, but when Daniel Roberts was born his path into the glass and glazing industry had already been mapped.
The title of this story may sound like a sentence, but it has been a pleasure, says Scott Cato who has amassed five decades of experience and knowledge within the Flooring industry.
Emma McIntyre’s journey to becoming qualified in the Architectural Aluminium Joinery (AAJ) industry was anything but straightforward.
BCITO is required to know about and respond to the skill and performance requirements of your sector. One of our mechanisms to achieve this was to form a National Advisory Group (NAG) made up of real and connected people from your industry.
A new study about the power of committed minorities to shift thinking offers some surprising possible answers. Published last year in Science, the paper describes an online experiment.
The brick and block industry has been fortunate enough to have the services of Craig King for over 50 years, which is a testament to a trade that Craig clearly holds very close to his heart.