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More gamers, trampers and sportspeople may soon be building and maintaining New Zealand’s vital water, roading and energy networks, thanks to a careers promotion platform designed to inspire career seekers and bring diversity to the infrastructure workforce https://epicwork.nz/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/EPIC-Hero-1080p-Youtube.mp4EPIC Careers in Infrastructure will be officially launched at the Civil Contractors New Zealand (CCNZ) Conference in Hamilton on 2 August with an introduction from Minister of Transport Phil Twyford and CCNZ President Brian Warren. Continue →
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The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment has published a handy guide to managing buildings in emergencies Managing buildings in an emergency describes the roles and responsibilities of central and local government and other agencies for managing buildings in an emergency using the 4Rs framework – Readiness, Response, Recovery and Reduction. Continue →
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Efforts to ease the driver shortage in the road transport industry has attracted significant numbers of female students to a Commercial Road Transport Programme being held at Manukau Institute of Technology The course, the first of its kind at MIT, aims to graduate students with learner’s class 4 driving licenses. Continue →
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New Zealand’s first apprenticeship in scaffolding is being launched in a bid to support the surging construction sector Scaffolding, Access and Rigging Association of New Zealand (SARNZ), the industry body representing the leading companies in the sector, has worked closely with Skills (The Industry Training Organisation) and training providers to develop the apprenticeship. Continue →
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New research which examined how organisations are evolving from a traditional office environment to a digital workplace reveals that gaining competitive advantage and improving business process are among the top goals of their digital transformation strategy. Continue →
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The government’s announcement of an $11 billion investment in infrastructure signals the need for recruiting more quality workers into the industry a leading training organisation advises – particularly women New Zealand’s infrastructure industry is already short of skilled staff, with a prediction of 25,000 more workers required to meet industry demand over the next three years. Continue →
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The government’s $11 billion infrastructure investment is a great opportunity to develop and train the workforce, industry leaders believe Civil Contractors New Zealand (CCNZ) President Brian Warren says that the sector has the capacity and availability to undertake the increased work that will result from the increased government investment. Continue →
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