You’re never too old to learn

Francesca Emms News, Water

Who says you can’t teach old dogs new tricks? At 81, Hugo Manson is training toward a New Zealand Certificate in Wastewater Treatment (Level 4).

Introducing Totara, our new eLearning app

Francesca Emms News

With the Totara eLearning app, learners can quickly and securely access their eLearning programmes, courses, and assessment activities on their mobile, allowing them to continue their training whenever and wherever it suits them.

A word from our Director, for Learners

Francesca Emms Civil, Energy, eNews, News, Telco, Water

For much of the past seven months many of you, across civil, energy, telecommunications, and water, have been actively engaged in helping your communities rebuild, repair and recover after what has, at times, seemed like a continual series of weather events.

A word from our Director – July

Francesca Emms eNews, News

The first half of 2023 has been a busy but constructive period as we continue to support New Zealand’s infrastructure industries through the challenge of meeting the demand for skilled staff.

Testing a career

Francesca Emms Energy, News, Schools/Gateway

When Kayleb Hancock was considering his career options he turned to the Connexis Gateway programme to learn more about what a job in the energy sector might be like, before leaving school.

Connexis scholarships support learning success

Francesca Emms News

Over the months of April and May, Connexis | Te Pūkenga launched two new scholarships to support ākonga (learners), the Financial Assistance Fund and the Outward Bound Scholarship.

New qualification offers road to success

Francesca Emms Civil, News

The new New Zealand Certificate in Roadmarking (Level 3) offers workers the opportunity to have their skills recognised, while offering newcomers an important entry point into civil infrastructure careers.