CCNZ Connexis Company Training Awards Open for Nominations

Chloe News

The Connexis Company Training and Development Awards recognise those employers that believe in providing opportunities for their staff to gain skills and knowledge through a nationally recognised qualification. These employers invest across all levels of their business, embedding training as a matter of course in everything they do, and creating pathways for their people to move up. They understand the …

Reform of Vocational Education

Chloe News

As you are no doubt aware the Government has just announced a major restructuring of the Vocational Education sector and the role of Industry Training Organisations (ITOs) such as Connexis.  It’s proposed that part of the ITO role is fulfilled by Industry Skills Bodies (ISBs) and that the other part is fulfilled by the NZ Institute of Skills & Technology – …

December Industry eNews is out now

Chloe Civil Trades, Energy, eNews, News, Telco, Water

In this issue: Connexis Welcomes New CE CE Statement New Civil Apprenticeship Preview Brian Warren Steps Up As Connexis Chair Register Today as a Girls with Hi-Vis® Host Company Annual Connection 2019 & 2018 Event Wrap Up New Qualifications Available for Enrollment Thank You For Your Commitment to Training Other Stories You May Be Interested In

PRESS RELEASE: First woman in NZ completes Civil Trades Certification

Chloe Civil Trades, Ultimit / Women in Infrastructure

Pearl Jury is the first woman in New Zealand to gain her Civil Trades Certification leading the way for women working in the infrastructure industry. Civil Trades Certification (CTC), introduced in December 2015, is the nationally recognised accreditation programme for civil contractors in New Zealand. CTC is run through infrastructure industry training organisation, Connexis. Since the launch more than 250 …

PRESS RELEASE: New Civil Infrastructure Apprenticeships

Chloe Civil Trades, News

Wellington’s Peka Peka to Ōtaki Expressway project the perfect launchpad. A new suite of Civil Infrastructure Apprenticeships have been presented in Wellington, back dropped by one of New Zealand’s major infrastructure projects. The $330 million-dollar Peka Peka to Ōtaki Expressway project offered the perfect setting for the new Apprenticeships preview, at the same time highlighting the value of a quality …

PRESS RELEASE: Connexis Chair Retires

Chloe Civil Trades, Energy, News, Telco, Ultimit / Women in Infrastructure, Water

The Chair of Connexis, the infrastructure ITO, Frances Hague announced her retirement recently. The Board of Directors would like to thank Ms Hague for her dedication and efforts as inaugural Chair of Connexis.  The Board were especially grateful for her wider endeavours in the sector and stakeholder groups around Women in Infrastructure. Her exemplary service bought rigour and recognition to …

PRESS RELEASE: Energy industry’s rising stars & top trainers recognised

Chloe Energy

Pictured: Line mechanic team award winners Mainpower Rangiora Mainpower Rangiora took out the line mechanic team award at last night’s Connexis Annual Connection Excellence Awards in Christchurch with Joe Mills, Meridian Energy Twizel winning overall trainee of the year. They were among New Zealand’s rising stars and top trainers in the energy industry who were recognised at the awards, which followed …

PRESS RELEASE: Competition hotting up at Annual Connection 2018

Chloe Energy

Competition is hotting up between electricity supply teams from around New Zealand at Annual Connection 2018 in Christchurch. The annual competition sees linesmen and cable joiners competing in an intense series of events over three days outdoors in a field adjacent to the Air Force Museum in Wigram. This year nine teams are competing in the line mechanic competitions, with …