Industry 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.

The Skills Organisation 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.

ElectroLink is the leading industry publication in New Zealand and includes news, views and reviews from the widest possible industry spectrum on a bi-monthly basis.

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.

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.