27 November 2023
The addition of an apprenticeship qualification to their years of experience in landscaping is helping to set a career future for two South Island landscapers.
22 November 2023
Primary ITO | Te Pūkenga learner and Nelson orchardist Meryn Whitehead is the winner of the coveted title of New Zealand Young Horticulturist of the Year, after a tightly fought contest in Auckland.
6 November 2023
From bowling greens to race tracks, and golf courses to hockey fields, training people is the key to keeping sports turf in the best possible nick, and updated training programmes have been launched to make that happen.
2 November 2023
New fruit production training from Primary ITO | Te Pūkenga promises to make it easier for employees and businesses to get the skills they need.
1 November 2023
New Primary ITO | Te Pūkenga training programmes for Indoor Crop Production provide essential knowledge on water conservation, weather prediction, and environmental risk management, as climate change becomes an increasing focus for all.
1 November 2023
New Primary ITO | Te Pūkenga training programmes for Outdoor Crop Production provide essential knowledge on irrigation systems and the efficient use of resources throughout the production cycle.
8 September 2023
A new apprenticeship programme for coaches supporting New Zealand Riding for the Disabled (NZRDA) riders is attracting large numbers of learners and lifting the experience for disabled riders throughout the country.
7 August 2023
What started out as a vineyard job on a working holiday has developed into a thriving viticulture career and working towards completing a New Zealand Apprenticeship in Wine Growing for Giuli Davila.
24 July 2023
Creating a learning environment at work is an important part of developing team members at large Auckland landscape construction company Modern Environments, says Managing Director Simon Farrell.
7 June 2023
Apprenticeships are enabling South Island’s Mt Cook Alpine Salmon to retain and advance staff, says the company’s Technical Manager Paula Campbell.