Infrastructure Training & Apprenticeships
upskill New Zealand's infrastructure workforce
We work with industry to upskill the Infrastructure workforce for the Civil, Energy, Telecommunications, and Water sectors.
Our programmes are nationally recognised by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) and are mostly delivered through on-job training with options for campus and online learning.
Our team arrange, deliver, support, and assess on-job learning for New Zealand’s Infrastructure industry.
learn more about our industry initiatives and events
The energy sectors showcase event is the highlight of the Electricity Supply calendar.
This annual event is the only platform of it’s kind that brings together suppliers, key industry players and career seekers to celebrate the infrastructure sector that keeps New Zealand connected.
Gateway is a programme for senior secondary school students who are interested in experiencing what a career in infrastructure can offer whilst gaining NCEA credits.
This is a great way for companies to support and introduce the local students to their companies and industry.
Girls with Hi-Vis®
GWHV creates opportunities for young women to gain exposure to the infrastructure sector while at school.
For companies it's an opportunity to open their doors for a day to connect with the local community and promote their industry, company and opportunities available.
Ultimit: Women in Infrastructure
Our Ultimit: Women in Infrastructure Network is all about increasing the number of women in trade and technical roles in the infrastructure Industries.
Read more on how this initative helps to fill the skills-gap.
CAREERS IN INFRASTRUCTURE
The iJobsite is a free, simple and direct job listing platform for the infrastructure industry. List and search for jobs ranging from entry level and apprenticeships, through to skilled tradesperson and management level.
The iJobsite is an jobsite specifically for the Infrastructure Industries. The iJobsite is aimed at those looking to find a job in the Civil, Energy, Telco or Water industries.
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