Connexis provides nationally recognised qualifications developed with industry, for industry to help our people skill up and get recognised.
See the full list of all the qualifications we have available for enrolment in Aotearoa New Zealand's Infrastructure industries; Civil, Energy, Telco and Water.
For further information contact email@example.com or your local Customer Service Account Manager (CSAM).
For the full list of our qualifications, check out our Qualification Catalogue:
Civil | HANGANGA METARAHI
Specialised Civil Infrastructure Apprenticeships available in:
- Bitumen Surfacing Construction
- Forestry Earthworks
- Pipeline Construction and Maintenance
These apprenticeships offer a structured career pathway from Level 3 to Level 4. View more information or download the brochure below.
Civil Trades Certification
Civil Trade Certification (CTC) is a nationally recognised accreditation programme for civil contractors, delivered by Civil Contractors New Zealand (CCNZ).
It combines a recognised trade qualification with certified hours of practical experience, and leads to registration as a Certified Tradesperson.
Connexis has been a proud supporter of Civil Trades since 2015.
Energy | pŪNGAO
Telco | wAEA KORERO
Water | wAI
Micro-credentials are an emerging area of development as we look for ways to broaden our service offering. Micro-credentials are short, NZQA recognised training programmes that have fewer credits than a qualification (between 5 and 40) and either lead into a qualification or focus on specialised skills and knowledge that top up a full qualification certificate or apprenticeship programme.
Examples of where micro-credentials are useful include bringing emergent skills related to new technology to market quickly and providing a mechanism for people with specialist skills to have their learning credentialed. It is a great way to provide multiple pathways to new roles and jobs.
General | Whānui
We offer a number of soft skill and management qualifications that are fit-for-purpose in multiple areas of the infrastructure industry: