Helping Kiwis build skills, careers and businesses.
Mechanical engineers build and maintain the machinery and tools that keep New Zealand’s manufacturing and engineering industries running.
Keeping thousands of New Zealand buildings operating efficiently and safely 365 days a year is a big job too. We support businesses and careers in these industries: fire protection, refrigeration, heating and ventilation, lifts and escalators, and locksmithing.
Every day, nearly 30,000 people head to work in the food manufacturing industry preparing the foods that nourish us and contribute over $22 billion a year to New Zealand’s exports.
Ninety-eight percent of New Zealand’s wood comes from sustainably managed forests making this the ideal industry for the future.
From handicraft to high-tech, New Zealand industries are making it. We support most manufacturing sectors, from glass, to plastics, to wood.
The print, packaging, journalism and signmaking industries produce a wide range of items that we see, read and use every day.
Innovative Kiwi design, the best natural fibres in the world and global clothing brands come together in New Zealand’s apparel and textiles industries. And behind-the-scenes a busy laundry industry keeps the products of these industries hygienic and looking good.
Our transport industries, maritime and rail, support every industry in New Zealand, moving people and freight around our cities, around our country and around the world.
When you're building a business or career, technical and business skills go hand-in-hand