Video update from CEO Greg Wallace - Jun 2019
Updates from Master Plumbers and the wider industry.
Master Plumbers chief executive Greg Wallace says appropriate measures need to be put in place to detect and manage legionella bacteria in our homes, apartments, schools, rest homes and hospitals.
Master Plumbers welcomes the Government’s acknowledgement that greater value should be placed on apprenticeships, trades and workplace training.
The Minister of Education announced proposed reforms to our sector yesterday and released a consultation document outlining specifics.
From a reluctant school student to a gold medal-winning plumbing apprentice, Lauren Phillips has an extremely bright future ahead.
The Government is reviewing the Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers Act 2006.
Master Plumbers are calling for the Government to undertake an urgent comprehensive review of plumbing products sold in New Zealand following the “lead-crisis” in Australia and independent testing which demonstrates...
Master Plumbers welcomes the release of the Government's Construction Skills Action Plan, which sets out six initial priority areas to address skills shortages in the construction industry.
With a shortage of quality plumbers in the Auckland region, Masterlink are on the hunt for apprentices.
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