Master Plumbers Christmas Message 2020
An end of year message from Master Plumbers, Gasfitters & Drainlayers NZ chief executive Greg Wallace.Master Plumbers CEO Greg Wallace wraps up the ye...
Updates from Master Plumbers and the wider industry.
One of the common themes The Skills Organisation hear from industry is that not enough teaching is done during block courses and too much time is spent on assessment.
Master Plumbers is disappointed the Government’s budget has failed to acknowledge the contribution employers who take on apprentices make.
The PGDB recently consulted on whether to retain two classes of registration—Tradesman and Certifying.
The Skills Organisation has released the summary report of Stage One findings from its Plumbing, Gasfitting & Drainlaying (PGD) Benchmarking Evaluation project.
A new WorkSafe guide for plumbers who work for themselves or have other people (including apprentices) working for them. Read it HERE
Master Plumbers wants portable gas heaters banned from all residential properties in New Zealand, because of the serious risks they pose to your health and safety.
A partnership between Skills and Eastern Institute of Technology (EIT) is bringing a local flavour to Hawke’s Bay trade apprenticeships.
Before deciding plumbing was the career for him, Kelly Adam completed a commerce degree, majoring in accounting.
Hutt Gas and Plumbing took out the prestigious Master Plumber of the Year Award at the 2018 New Zealand Plumbing Awards, held at Claudelands in Hamilton on Friday 23 March.
Standards Australia has announced that a new edition of AS/NZS 3000:2018 (the ‘wiring rules’) is expected to be published in March.
Entries are open now for the 2021 New Zealand Plumbing Awards!Visit Website
Need an apprentice? Go to Masterlink. 100% owned by Master Plumbers, Masterlink recruits the best—and manages and mentors them tooVisit Website
The award-winning NZ Plumber magazine has been keeping our industry informed for over 70 years—and it's proudly brought to you by Master PlumbersVisit Website
A workplace that supports good mental and physical health is a productive workplace. Our Wellbeing on Tap resources focus on five pillars of wellbeingVisit Website
Master Plumbers is a proud industry friend of NAWIC—a voluntary, non-profit association for women in the construction industryVisit Website
We are a Trade Association Member of Site Safe, which entitles our members to a 10% discount on annual Site Safe membershipVisit Website