New wind farm programmes

Francesca Emms Energy, News, NZ Apprenticeships

The NZ Certificate in Wind Farm Maintenance (Level 3) focuses on the servicing aspects of wind farm maintenance. The NZ Certificate in Wind Farm Maintenance (Level 4) focuses on wind farm diagnostic and repair maintenance activities.

Applications for the Financial Assistance Fund now open

Mason Reiber Civil, Energy, News, NZ Apprenticeships, Our People, Telco, Water

Connexis | Te Pūkenga, understands everyone’s journey is unique, sometimes commitments can get stretched and circumstances can change. That’s why we are now offering the Financial Assistance Fund to support our learners in achieving their career goals. The creation of this fund was made possible thanks to a grant from the Infrastructure Education & Training Charitable Trust (IETCT) setup by …

School students experience infrastructure jobs in action

benstevens Civil, Civil Trades, Energy, eNews, News, Our People, Telco, Water

Horowhenua school students had the chance to see how infrastructure careers can help them soar to new heights at the recent Annual Connections event in Levin. Dozens of students were given hands-on experience with different infrastructure tasks, including getting their feet off the ground in a cherry picker, as well as other challenges like handling a chainsaw (unchained) and climbing tall …

SpeedMeets 2022, back and bigger than ever

benstevens Civil, Civil Trades, Energy, eNews, News, NZ Apprenticeships, Telco, Water

SPEEDMEETS 2022 – BACK AND BETTER THAN EVER! This year, we have been lucky enough to partner with a number of our WBL whānau organisations – including MITO, ServiceIQ, and Competenz – and the Ministry of Health to bring eight SpeedMeet events to Aotearoa New Zealand. SpeedMeet has provided employers with the opportunity to attract new talent by meeting with …

Check Your Fees Free Eligibility!

benstevens Civil, Civil Trades, Energy, eNews, News, NZ Apprenticeships, RoVE, Telco, Water

Fees Free tertiary education and training is a policy introduced in 2018 to expand participation in tertiary education and reduce student debt in New Zealand. It is targeted towards first-time learners. If you are a first-time tertiary learner, or your first tertiary education was covered by the Targeted Training and Apprenticeship Fund (TTAF), you may be able to get up …

NEW approach for 2023 Connexis pricing structure is released

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2023 PRICING SCHEDULE FAQS AN IMPORTANT UPDATE REGARDING: CONNEXIS 2023 PRICING SCHEDULE With the government ending the Targeted Training and Apprenticeship fund (TTAF) on the 31st December 2022, Connexis will resume charging fees from 1 January 2023 in line with TEC funding requirements.  You will note that we have made a change to the management of our learner’s training programme, …

Infrastructure trainees shine bright at Connexis Excellence Awards

benstevens Energy, eNews, News, NZ Apprenticeships, Ultimit / Women in Infrastructure

PRESS RELEASE Wellington, 2 October 2022: Competition was intense at this year’s Annual Connection in Levin culminating with the electricity supply and telecommunication industry’s shining stars being recognised at the annual Excellence Awards. The Awards were held after the final day of competition which saw line mechanic crews and cable jointers from around the country pitting their skills against each …

Annual Connection Banner Event 27 - 29 September 2022 in Levin

Competition about to heat up in Levin

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PRESS RELEASE Wellington, 23 September 2022: Competition will be hot next week as Electricity Supply Industry staff pit their workplace skills against fellow workers from around the country. Teams from power companies from as far away as Te Awamutu in the north and Invercargill in the south, will be putting their workplace skills to the test in a series of …

Infrastructure skills shortages tackled at grassroots level

benstevens Civil, Civil Trades, Energy, eNews, News, NZ Apprenticeships, Our People, Telco, Ultimit / Women in Infrastructure, Water

From testing water quality to operating an excavator to seeing the inner workings of a wind turbine, New Zealand’s female secondary students have had a taste of careers in the infrastructure sector – and they’ve loved it. ‘Girls with Hi-Vis®‘ (GWHV) has seen events held nationwide throughout June to offer young women the opportunity to visit infrastructure companies in their …