We started the year with the uncertainties of the Reform of Vocational Education (RoVE) dominating our agenda, quickly re-focused our attention to deal with a global pandemic as Covid-19 hit New Zealand, and closed out the year with unprecedented growth.
Women are making their mark in New Zealand’s construction sector with 50 finalists being selected in the annual NAWIC Excellence Awards, in partnership with BCITO.
Trade Careers is launching two nationwide surveys on Wednesday 14 April to understand more about why women are not entering trade careers and what may be preventing employers in the trades from hiring more women.
Former BCITO apprentice now training twenty-plus builders.
Some of you will be fully up-to-date with the Reform of Vocational Education (RoVE), others not so much. This is an update on what stage RoVE is at as of March 2021.
A Whitianga teenager is flying the flag for women in the trades by becoming the first female student from her school to land an apprenticeship.
The Building and Construction Industry Training Organisation (BCITO) has set a record of 16,000 apprentices in training.
Have you heard? – the NAWIC Excellence awards 2021 are happening and open for nominations!
BCITO is to complete post-COVID construction workforce forecasting for NZ. This is one initiative of TEC's Workforce Development Council/Transitional ITO COVID-19 Response Projects.
Over the past year, BCITO has led a project commissioned by the Dunedin City Council on behalf of the five Otago based territorial authorities, Ngāi Tahu, and the Ministry of Social Development to forecast workforce demand over the next 15 years.