Connexis is the industry training organisation for New Zealand’s infrastructure industries. We provide nationally recognised qualifications developed with industry, for industry. Knowledge in infrastructure changes rapidly. We have our finger on the pulse and, are constantly evolving our qualifications to deliver the ideal blend of industry relevant theory, and real world practice.
Our mission is to be the NZ ITO of choice for infrastructure employers. We offer qualifications that count, training that works, and superior service. Our flexible qualifications are suitable for people at all career stages, from entry level through to management. Whether you’re an employer upskilling your team, or you’re already in the industry and want better recognition of your skills, we can help. Find out what we offer below.
Reform of Vocational Education
Have your say and find out more about the proposed changes to the vocational education sector in New Zealand
A career in Civil Infrastructure is not just meaningful, it’s lucrative. It plays a critical role in New Zealand’s economy and society. Workers play an important role and allow our country to grow.
The Energy industry is changing at every level. From energy production to access, leading energy players and professionals are faced with big changes and big opportunities.
Telecommunications allow us to stay connected. With new projects like the new 4G mobile networks and rural broadband initiatives, there is a demand for skilled and qualified workers.
External factors like climate change and ageing infrastructure are creating new and complex challenges for industry leaders. There is a serious need for new workers to enter the market.
Girls with Hi-Vis®
Registrations to attend a 2019 Girls with Hi-Vis® event are now open.
Events are running all over the country for females keen to experience a taste of a career in infrastructure.
New Zealand’s infrastructure industry offers exciting and rewarding career opportunities that can really take you places – up the corporate ladder, out into the countryside, or suspended from a helicopter working on live power lines.