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Line Mechanic Trainee ‘excited’

"I was happy and excited to start learning," 18-year-old line mechanic trainee Bradley Jackson said after he was given the opportunity to kick-start his career in the electricity industry. After finishing Year 13 at Hamilton Boy’s High School last year,...

Driven to Upskill

“Upskilling is encouraged and career progression is supported here at WEL,” Bernard Muzengeza says.  Bernard is now studying towards his New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Electrical) Level 6 after completing his New Zealand Certificate in Electricity Supply (Power Technician) Level...

WEL Stops for Safety

Being mindful and aware of the present moment can save your life while driving. This was the message at WEL Networks’ Stop for Safety event in May, the third edition of the company’s safety initiative for its staff. Around 250...

WEL's New Approach to Training Commended

WEL Field Delivery Manager, Mark Keller (centre), collects the award from incoming EEA President, Dr. Stephen Jay (left) and outgoing EEA President, Bob Taylor.     A new internal WEL safety initiative has received a Workplace Safety Merit Award from...

Learning the Language of their Peers

A need to better understand their colleagues, and the industry they work in has prompted two WEL Networks staff to upskill. Business Management System Lead, Tina Willetts and Business Management System Advisor, Jenny Cross recently completed a New Zealand Certificate...

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