3 steps to
- Register with Competenz
- Apply for jobs through Competenz
- Sign-up for an apprenticeship
Apprenticeships allow you to work, learn and earn. You'll gain skills and qualifications that employers want now.
To begin, you need to choose a sector. Use this booklet to see what your options are, and the sort of career you can develop.
An apprenticeship starts with a real job, where you can earn money while you learn. To get a job you need to have a CV and prepared to interview with an employer. This handbook tells you all you need to know to land your dream job.
Print workers produce printed items we use, see and read every day. Some roles are technical, others are more customer focused.
Welding, fabrication, machining, fitting, servicing, repairs – a mechanical engineer has the knowledge and skills to do it all.
Many successful business owners started out as apprentices - because skilled people are always in demand. We love sharing their stories of getting stuck in and succeeding.
An exciting partnership between forestry training partners is growing great graduates in Balclutha. Industry Training Organisation (ITO) Competenz joined forces with local Otago business Mike Hurring Logging and Contracting in March to launch a trial training programme, to increase the number of skilled and qualified apprentices in the forestry sector.
Bronwen Coe is living proof you’re never too old to start a new career and it’s never too late to do something you love. The “40-something” has two university qualifications – a BSc (Hons) degree in Physiotherapy and a post-graduate diploma in Sports Physio - and was happily employed as a physiotherapist,
There's no commitment in registering your interest,
even if you just want more information.