Supporting our future leaders programmes (NextGen and FLINT)
The Skills Group is a multi-sector industry training organisation (ITO) working with 22 industries which each have New Zealand qualifications available for their employees. The Skills Group is focused on developing skills to improve workplace performance. We promote the skill needs of our industries in the education and training sector and broker the delivery of high quality industry training services to companies in our industries.
Recognised by the New Zealand government and our industries as the national standards setting body, we work with industry to:
develop skill standards and qualifications
manage national training systems
provide skills leadership.
Level 2, LG House
60 Highbrook Drive
Phone: 0508 SKILLS (0508 754 557) www.skills.org.nz
Supporting our general programmes including FLINT
As the largest telecommunications field services provider in Australasia, Visionstream provides innovative, whole-of-life solutions from design, supply and construct to operations and maintenance. We can support you across:
fibre and copper networks distribution and transmission networks
mobile and radio transmission networks
carrier exchange and data centre works
intelligent infrastructure networks
corporate and home customer connections
monitoring, protection and relocation services, and
operations and maintenance services.
Contact Information: Visionstream PTY Ltd
8 Hereford Street
Phone: 09 352 1000 www.visionstream.co.nz
Supporting our FLINT programme in Christchurch
Enable is providing fibre broadband services to homes, businesses and schools in Christchurch and in a number of towns in the Waimakariri and Selwyn Districts – as part of the national ultra-fast broadband initiative. Launched in 2007 to build a commercial fibre network for businesses and schools in Christchurch, it wasn’t long until Enable won the Government contract (in May 2011) to install fibre broadband to around 180,000 connections in Christchurch, Lincoln, Prebbleton, Rolleston, Templeton, Rangiora, Woodend, and Kaiapoi.
InternetNZ is a non-profit organisation, and the home and guardian of .nz – providing the infrastructure, security and support to keep it humming. We use the funding from the sale of .nz domain names to support the development of New Zealand’s Internet through policy, community grants, research and events. Our mission is an Internet that is open, secure, and for all New Zealanders.
Chorus is proud to be New Zealand’s largest telecommunications infrastructure company. We maintain and build a network predominantly made up of local telephone exchanges, cabinets, and copper and fibre cables. Today Chorus continues its long heritage of building and looking after the country’s fixed line telecommunications network for both present and future generations.
Level 18, Chorus House
66 Wyndham Street
Phone: 0800 600 100 www.chorus.co.nz