Concrete Apprenticeships in Auckland
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Why Become an Apprentice with NZA Apprenticeships?
Why Become an Apprentice with NZA Apprenticeships?
Hassle-free

We'll get you into building and construction regardless of your experience.

Tool Allowance

Receive up to $1,000 per year to buy tools for work.

Job Security

Gain the in-demand skills that employers want.

Fast Growing Industry

A leg up into one of NZ’s biggest industries.

Essential Information
Why an apprenticeship?

Enrolling in an apprenticeship is one of the most effective ways to advance your career in building and construction. At NZA, we provide aspiring tradespeople with highly sought after practical and theoretical experience in the building and construction fields, as well as an NZQA Level 4 qualification.

Once you’ve completed your apprenticeship, you’ll be able to step into the booming New Zealand building and construction industry that is currently lacking trained, motivated and enthusiastic tradespeople.

An apprenticeship with NZA will provide you with indispensable industry connections and the skills you’ll need to succeed in the future.

Why building & construction?

New Zealand's building and construction industry is predicted to grow by a staggering 23% over the next four years. That means there are more jobs available than ever before, a massive demand for qualified workers and wage growth is far exceeding that of many other industries.

What wages can I expect?

An NZA apprenticeship produces highly trained and capable apprentices who are ready for work. This means completing your apprenticeship with NZA makes you an excellent candidate for any business and unlocks higher wages throughout your career.

Hourly wages for NZA apprentices are higher than the minimum New Zealand training wage and you'll even get an additional tax-free tool allowance on top.

Is there government support available?

In early 2018, the New Zealand Government introduced their new fees-free Policy allowing apprentices to have their initial two years of training fees paid for.

Be sure to check your eligibility as you might be able to have two years of your NZA apprenticeship subsidised by the Government.

What job prospects are there?

Upon completing a concreting apprenticeship there are countless employment opportunities that you’ll be presented with including being a sole trader as a concreter, working in construction, being a contractor or a project and manufacturing supervisor.