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Competenz Appoints New National Training Manager

One of New Zealand's leading Industry Training Organisations (ITO) has appointed a national training manager to improve the training resources available for the industries it represents.

Competenz, formerly NZ Engineering Food and Manufacturing ITO, has employed Roni McClenaghan to fulfill this newly created role to improve the systems which facilitate efficient industry training as well as identify and create new training opportunities.

Competenz chief executive officer John Broadhead says Roni will be responsible for reviewing the training delivery required to achieve National Certificates in engineering, food and beverage, manufacturing and the maritime industries.

"Competenz has established this important position to ensure that we provide our apprentices, trainees and employers with a high level of training support. We are committed to continually improving our effectiveness for the industries we serve and Roni's appointment is another way we are achieving this," he says.

Roni brings a wealth of expertise to Competenz with more than 10 years experience in the personnel area having worked in government, retail, light industry and food manufacturing.

Previously employed in Nestle NZ Ltd's human resources division, Roni has a postgraduate diploma in Personal Management and Employee Relations from Auckland University.

Released on behalf of Competenz by Porter Novelli New Zealand. For further information please contact:

John Broadhead Competenz 09 525 5400 or Carolyn Wellburn Porter Novelli New Zealand 09 373 3786

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