August 9th in Wellington. The annual Hays Construction & NZIOB Salary Guide provides construction company employers and employees alike, with a valuable industry remuneration level resource. A feature of this year’s survey is the high degree of variability in remuneration levels and movements across regions. An overview of what that detail is and what it means, will be useful for the industry to understand. Bracketed with the Hays Construction & NZIOB Salary Guide event launch, is a presentation from MBIE’s KiwiBuild Unit, who will take the opportunity to provide the building industry with an update of their thinking and progress on meeting the Labour-led government’s ambitious target of building 100,000 high-quality, affordable homes over ten years. Continue reading
Dates throughout August 2018. Members of Water New Zealand will be aware that the government is reviewing the framework within which three waters services are regulated and delivered. In principle decisions by Cabinet are expected in October. We think that it’s important that you are kept up to date with what has been happening and have your opportunity to tell us what you think. Starting late July and running until late August Water New Zealand staff will be running a series of 15 consultation workshops throughout New Zealand. Continue reading
Dates in August, October, November, and December 2018. Business Central has offered us Special Rate of $250 (early bird enrolment) & $299 (normal enrolment) of their “Building Resilience” through managing stress course (normal rate is $445). Please note that this is a rate negotiated for ACENZ members, and is for this course only. The flyer is attached to this email. For more information, please visit their course website. For ACENZ member rate registration, under “Company details: “, indicate your company’s name (ACENZ member).
FIDIC (The International Federation of Consulting Engineers) is offering online contract courses throughout 2018. With several modules to choose from, each beginning in early March. Click for more information on which modules are offered and how to register. Continue reading
Two choices of dates: March 22-23 in Christchurch or November 13-14 in Wellington. The two day IPWEA NZ “Engineer to the Contract” workshop is advanced level training, providing interactive coaching on the demanding role of the Engineer under a NZS 3910 contract, to assist people already with some construction experience to understand and gain confidence in the processes needing to be followed. Continue reading