There's plenty of tools here to help you get ahead and have a successful future in construction.
So you're all signed into your apprenticeship and wondering what happens next?
Here's the top five things you need to remember if you're a new apprentice.
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Find out about the LBP Scheme and why it's important.
Whether your well organised or not, sometimes things are just missing in action. Find out how to get a replacement.
The BCITO student ID card is issued by StudentCard and offers great discounts and deals.
Let's grow the skilled labour force we need to build New Zealand together and build your business at the same time.
Find out about workforce trends impacting your industry and get prepared for the future.
Help us research construction activity in Otago/Southland by completing a short survey.
There are few women in trades roles in construction, and we're encouraging change.
Help inspire the next generation of tradies and maybe find your next apprentice at the same time.
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See what other employers have to say about industry training and BCITO.
We've created four publications designed to help you get familiar with legislation and consumer protection.
Discover research we're involved in. See all research projects
This is the 10th anniversary of the Sentiment survey. Year after year, this survey uncovers insights that help both public and private-sector organisations to better prepare themselves to meet the challenges of the rapidly changing construction and engineering industries across New Zealand.
Site Safe publishes first-ever report on suicide in the construction sector.
This research employed the Treasury’s Living Standards Framework (2017) to identify and delineate the economic footprint of the Pacific community within New Zealand’s economy.
We've got plenty of other tools to help apprentices and business owners get ahead. If you have a problem to solve, we might have the answer.