Joel Campbell from Fonterra Whareroa has won the Engineering Taranaki Consortium (ETC) Apprentice of the Year Award for 2019 at the ETC Awards evening held at the Devon Hotel last night (Thursday 14 November). Read more
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The ETC Apprenticeship Awards has provided a valuable investment for sponsorship in years past, with our 2019 offering another step up! Put your name to an event that celebrates industry talent in our region and recognizes apprentices and employers commitment to growing our future workforce. As we gear up to celebrating a significant milestone in 2019 as the 15th year of the ETC Awards. As a sponsor, there is something for everyone and we are keen to talk with you on what this could look like. Any questions or inquiries please let…
Due to increased course offerings in Semester Two we are looking for applications for those who would like to be involved in the teaching of mechanical engineering at WITT. The role is part of our busy and growing Trades team. For further information please go to https://www.witt.ac.nz/About-WITT/Work-at-WITT/
Two new member companies to ETC. Superior Stainless Ltd and Fonterra Whareroa join ETC offering further diversity as medium & large employers in Taranaki who bring their own unique business contributions to the collective ETC approach. Fresh ideas and energy, commitment and past investment in upskilling and growing the talent pool for the benefit of the industry and our region. Check out the new member pages.
An innovative pathway from school to engineering workshops has been launched at WITT. Read More
View the 2018 ETC Awards Photos
2018 Apprenticeship Awards - celebrated yet again another spectacular showcase of Taranaki apprentices at the 14th annual event of the ETC Apprenticeship Awards in New Plymouth last night (8th November). A complete list of the awards will appear in the Daily News on Saturday 10th November so enjoy the article.