Partners

The following organisations all perform important roles in the electrical industry and, in particular, the education and training of our industry practitioners at both apprentice and post-apprentice stages.
Master Electricians
Master Electricians

Master Electricians of New Zealand (previously ECANZ) has a membership of 1,600 businesses, its members employ 7,000 electrical workers and have total annual combined sales of $800 million.

EWRB
EWRB

The Electrical Workers Registration Board was established in 1992 to promote safety for all New Zealanders by ensuring the competency of electrical and electronic workers.

The Skills Organisation (formerly ETITO)
The Skills Organisation (formerly ETITO)

The Skills Organisation is a leading industry training organisation that brokers innovative human capability solutions for clients in the Electrical, Electronics, Call Centre, Telecommunications and Security industries. It's our mission to raise the capability of people working in companies in our industries by ensuring that qualifications and training are available to help them meet their skills and knowledge requirements.

NZQA
NZQA

The New Zealand Qualifications Authority provides national and international leadership in assessment and qualifications. NZQA quality-assure secondary and tertiary qualifications and education providers, evaluate overseas qualifications and administer the New Zealand Register of Quality Assured Qualifications and the National Qualifications Framework.

Testimonials

Harmony Court

A hard-working apprentice and winner of the M.E. Challenge, Harmony's host company Leck Electrical has remarked that she is the best apprentice they have ever…

Leck Electrical
Desiré Notley

Desiré is a sought-after apprentice in the Hawkes Bay area. With her great eye for detail, she has proved that she is a valuable member of any team. Desiré works for…

McLaren Stainless
Kathryn Roy

The first female apprentice hired by Southland electrical company EIS, Kath didn’t find being in a minority as daunting as others originally thought it might be. “…

EIS - Automation & Electrical Specialists
chabb chia

Chabb would have to be one of the most dedicated, conscientious employees I have had, and an absolute pleasure to have on site. He has a great future in the industry…

Winner of the Commercial/Domestic category of the Master Electricians Challenge 2016
Blair Pussell

Over my apprenticeship, Etco has provided me with the skills to succeed, the opportunities to grow and enhance both my skills and knowledge as well as a person.…

Graduate of the new Future Leaders Programme