Training


Training Industry Partners

Connexis is the Industry Training Organisation (ITO) for New Zealand's infrastructure industries, offering national qualifications, which include water treatment, wastewater treatment and water reticulation.

We work with industry to provide nationally recognised qualifications to build a skilled and productive infrastructure workforce. Qualifications are achieved through a mixture of on the job training and attending courses. The training programmes offer growth and development, along with recognition of skills for a structured career pathway.

Whether you're an employer looking to upskill your staff, or are working in the industry and want to gain recognition of your skills, we can help. Talk to us today to find out more.

NEW : Infrastructure Workforce Jobsite

Connexis, the industry training organisation which supports the water sector, have recently launched a jobsite for both job seekers searching for new roles or opportunities, and employers looking for staff.

The jobsite offers opportunities across the Water, Civil, Telco and Energy sectors. Click here to be redirected to the site.


The Opus Environmental Training Centre are specialists in Water, Wastewater and Resource Management training and offer a number of courses relevant to the industry.

Visit their webpage for more information.


The WIPA CPD scheme provides for a system of registering and recording the continuing professional development of employees working in the reticulated water industry who hold certain nominated qualifications. It has been set up to ensure and maintain a high level of competency within the industry.

View a list of the WIPA training events at www.wipa.co.nz/events


IPWEA offers a number of courses relevant to the water industry.

Visit their webpage for more information.


The IPENZ Centre for Professional Development is a hub of information for engineering professionals looking to develop their skills, gear up their technical knowledge, attend networking events, join a professional group or society. The target audiences are not only engineers but also all those professionals who support their work or are involved with engineering issues and projects.

See the IPENZ engineering calendar