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Employers - May Newletter 

Apprentices - May Newsletter

Corona Virus

Etco is committed to the health and well-being of our staff, students and the wider electrical community. We want to reassure you that we are doing everything we can to combat the impact that COVID-19 can have on our business activities and the people involved

Esquire Electrical

Tristan Philip completed an etco apprenticeship himself, he has already hosted an apprentice through to qualifying and employed him, and now his business is hosting two further apprentices.

The Ara Etco Group

The Electrical Training Company has donated a Ford Transit van to Ara - Auckland Airport Jobs and Skills Hub, an innovative scheme dedicated to helping South Aucklanders get jobs and training at or near Auckland airport.

ME Wiring Rules Roadshows 2018

In March 2018, there will be a long list of changes coming to the Wiring Rules, more formally known as AS/NZS 3000.

Life Care Consultants Managing Director Janet Brothers and Gary Whittaker, Etco National Training Manager

The Electrical Training Company has partnered with Life Care Consultants Ltd to deliver first aid and CPR training across its apprentice programme.

Electrical engineering - the smart career choice for bright minds

It will come as no surprise to those in the construction sector when I say that New Zealand has a shortfall of thousands of electricians. We’re not going to be able to build or maintain homes, commercial properties and industrial facilities at the rate required without more electrical contractors.

Winner Ben Sifleet with Etco CEO Jeremy Sole

Ben Sifleet and Lachlan Senwick both made a big switch in their lives, to take up electrical apprenticeships – and they haven’t looked back.

Etco Special Projects Manager Luke Boustridge

Luke Boustridge, Special Projects Manager for the Electrical Training Company, has been elected World Chief Expert for the electrical sector for World Skills, the world’s largest trades skills competition.

Barry Martin and son Joshua Martin

Etco's ongoing business relationship with Host Company and business owner Barry Martin features in the November/December issue of the Shed Magazine.



Etco joins Maths Teachers Conference

For the first time Etco took part in New Zealand’s leading Mathematics Conference for Educators in Christchurch. Starting on 3rd October and concluding on 6th October, we were able to talk to Maths teachers about the practical applications of Maths within the Electrical Industry.