These new apprenticeships will provide the same level of support, and the same level of subsidy, for all apprentices, regardless of their age.
Industry training organisations ITOs are responsible for arranging training for apprentices through New Zealand Apprenticeships. New Zealand Apprenticeships provide a premier vocational pathway and quality support for all apprentices.
The detailed criteria for New Zealand Apprenticeships are as follows: Support for New Zealand Apprentices The Government expects all New Zealand Apprentices and employers to be well supported by their ITOs to achieve a high level of success in completing their apprenticeships. ITOs need to make sure each apprentice receives pastoral support they need and that good communication with both the apprentice and employer is maintained.
New Zealand Apprenticeships are funded at a higher rate than industry training to ensure ITOs provide this level of support. It sets out the responsibilities and expectations of all parties involved in an apprenticeship: How many are apprentices are in training?
There are two ways to count the number of apprentices — and both are correct. The first method includes those that are funded as apprentices by the TEC and the second method includes all learners in apprenticeships and apprenticeship-like training.
The fact sheet below explains why there are two different counts, how we count apprentices and the impact any operational changes have on the counts. Fact sheet — How many apprentices do we have? If you completed your apprenticeship before we might be able to provide a record of completion for you from the Register of Apprentices.
Refer to the logo use guidelines for more detail: Each logo type is available in a range of file formats eps, pdf, jpg, tif, ai and sizes small, medium, large to make them compatible for printing or online use.
The reference images are not suitable for use; you should only use the images in the zipped files. Please refer to the guidelines above for information on how and when to use the logos correctly.To become a signmaker you need to complete a four-year apprenticeship, which involves on-the-job training and working towards a New Zealand Certificate in Signmaking (Level 4).
Signwriting apprenticeships are available through Competenz. Signwriting Get inspired with these clever signwriting techniques from the NZSDA, which might provide you with just the inspiration you need for your own artwork or signage. To view the how to step by step instructions you will need Acrobat Reader.
New Zealand Apprenticeships provide a premier vocational pathway and quality support for all apprentices. Industry training organisations (ITOs) are responsible for arranging training for apprentices through New Zealand Apprenticeships. New Zealand Apprenticeships provide a premier vocational pathway and quality support for all apprentices.
Industry training organisations (ITOs) are responsible for arranging training for apprentices through New Zealand Apprenticeships. Launch of New Scaffolding Apprenticeship in Skills, Scaffolding, Access and Rigging Association of New Zealand (SARNZ) and Tai Poutini Polytechnic are pleased to announce the launch of new Scaffolding Apprenticeship in January The second phase of Modern Apprenticeships nationwide roll-out begins in June and Skill New Zealand is now seeking Modern Apprenticeships Co-ordinators to work with employers and apprentices in the new industries the scheme is to expand into.
"Modern Apprenticeships is working for young people and the nation's employers.