News

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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04 August 2021

ATNZ appoints new CEO to drive future vision

Apprentice Training New Zealand is thrilled to advise Rebecca Smith has been appointed to the newly created position of Chief Executive Officer to lead the Group Training Organisation (GTO) into...

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23 July 2021

New board member sought

We're seeking an experienced business leader and strategic thinker to join the ATNZ Board of Directors.

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02 July 2021

A $2+ million helping hand to host companies

One year on from the introduction of the Management Fee Waiver (MFW) to all ATNZ host companies, and we’re delighted to announce we have passed on over $2.46 million in savings!

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31 May 2021

Female engineering duo want more women to join their trade

Think engineering isn’t for women?Two female Hamilton-based apprentice engineers are here to change your mind, leading by example in the male-dominated industry.

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22 March 2021

Apprenticeship Boost initiative extended 

The Apprenticeship Boost initiative has been extended until August 2022, to further support trades training.

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16 February 2021

What the alert level changes mean for ATNZ

The COVID-19 Alert Levels in New Zealand may have changed again, but ATNZ is here as always.

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17 January 2021

Engineering firm keen to see more companies take on apprentices

The head of a Hamilton engineering firm determined to “give back” by taking on apprentices would like to see more companies do the same.

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09 December 2020

Hastings trainee engineer becomes first female finalist of Apprentice of the Year awards

A Hastings trainee mechanical engineer has become the first female finalist of the Apprentice of the Year awards.

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30 November 2020

A life-changing event: Bay of Plenty apprentice wins 2020 Stuart Tolhurst Award

He might be “the youngest guy on the team,” but engineering apprentice Phillip Peters’ outstanding attitude and dedication have seen the talented 21-year-old named the 2020 winner of the prestigious...

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