17 August 2022

ATNZ takes giant stride towards providing future focussed labour force for NZ Engineering Sector

Long established as a Group Training Organisation, ATNZ are pleased to announce we have achieved NZQA registration as a PTE.

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20 June 2022

Sam Greaney wins ATNZ 2021 Apprentice of the year

Apprentice Training New Zealand Limited (ATNZ), the largest employer of engineering apprentices in the country are thrilled to announce Sam Greaney as the 2021 ATNZ Apprentice of the year.

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10 March 2022

Fiona Kingsford appointed Chair of ATNZ board

With ATNZ Chairperson, John Blakey (ONZM) deciding to retire in May of this year, we are thrilled to announce the appointment of Fiona Kingsford as the new Chairperson, effective March 1, 2022.

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24 November 2021

Finalists named for Apprentice of the Year 2021

Ka rawe and congratulations to the three outstanding apprentices who have just been named as finalists for the 2021 Apprentice of the Year competition! They are: Christopher Douglas, hosted by Containerco NZL...

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10 November 2021

Engineering apprentice loves learning while he earns at Levin sheetmetal business

When 19-year-old engineering apprentice, Peter Lawrie-Coombes drives past the 7-metre-high Placemakers sign towering over Levin, he smiles quietly.

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30 September 2021

Applications now open for ATNZ Apprentice of the Year 2021

The country’s largest employer of mechanical engineering apprentices, Apprentice Training New Zealand (ATNZ), is thrilled to announce applications are now open for their highly coveted Apprentice of the Year Award.

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22 September 2021

Canvas online learning upgrades complete

Good news! The upgrade to the online mechanical engineering units, which are part of ATNZ apprenticeships, is complete and the new and improved versions are live on Canvas.

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30 August 2021

Engineering apprentices key to Winiata and Anderson succession plan

When ATNZ Account Manager Dave Bennett started his light fabrication apprenticeship as an 18-year-old in Levin during the mid 70s, he inadvertently became part of three generations of engineering training...

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18 August 2021

COVID-19 Alert Level 4 and ATNZ

What this means for us, our apprentices and our host companies. As at 11.

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04 August 2021

Online learning gets a major upgrade

The online unit standards used by ATNZ mechanical engineering and mechanical building services apprentices are about to get an exciting new look and feel, with fantastic new features including: Easier to...

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