Important message to apprentices and employers

You may be aware of the Government’s intention to disestablish Te Pūkenga | New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology.

It has been confirmed that the new Government intends to disestablish Te Pūkenga | New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology. We want to reassure you that our organisation will continue to provide optimal support for construction apprentices, employers, and industries.

We are currently working through the details of the Government’s expectations and are committed to ensuring that changes do not negatively impact the delivery of training.

As always, please contact us with any questions or concerns you may have.

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