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Wood Group Training is pleased to announce a three year partnership with Surf Life Saving New Zealand for the provision of First Aid training services to Surf Life Saving members and affiliates.
Surf Life Saving New Zealand CEO Paul Dalton says this is a fantastic opportunity that will benefit the people at the heart of the organisation; its members.
New Courses Added!
At Wood Group Training we are constantly developing our material to ensure we are offering our customers relevant and engaging training programs that meet best practice. We are excited to announce the following new courses have been added to our extensive training portfolio.
Health and Safety Representative Stage One
It’s been a busy year for the crane, machinery and driving sector! We’ve seen dramatic increases in the demand for our crane, machinery and driving courses and as a result, we have added a new instructor to the team.
Last month, Wood Group Training officially became a registered training organisation (RTO) in Australia under the Australian Skills Quality Authority. As an established Australian RTO, our reach of service now encompasses Australia, Malaysia, PNG, Indonesia and New Zealand.
Wood Group Training is now a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) under the Australian Skills Quality Authority. Our reach of services now encompasses Australia, Malaysia, PNG, Indonesia and New Zealand.
We have been working towards this capability for the past 12 months and are excited to be commencing operations in Australia this November.
Wood Group Training is a proud sponsor of Enviroschools, supporting children and young people to plan, design and implement sustainability actions that are important to them and their communities. As part of our commitment to this program, members of our team took part in a working bee held at Kahikatea Kindergarten in New Plymouth, last Friday 28th August.
Rosanne Wilson (Group Manager) and Kerry Martyn (General Manager) accept the award from Charlie Cordwell (Regional Manager – Central Region) Surf Life Saving New Zealand.
In January of this year, New Plymouth contractor Mangorei Sawmills was fined $30,000 following the injury of an employee who rolled a digger down a hill and ended up on ACC for a year. The court ruled that there “had been a departure from industry standards, and specific hazard management systems had not been implemented”.