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Building leaders with free health and safety training

Press release (embargoed until Wednesday, August 1, 2018):

Building leaders with free health and safety training

Site Safe is proud to announce applications for scholarships are now open.

Each year, the Site Safe scholarships help the health and safety leaders of the future to jump start their careers by completing free higher-level training.

The scholarship includes fully-funded training towards completion of a Level 3 NZQA Certificate or equivalent study worth 40 credits, and a complimentary ticket to Site Safe’s annual awards and graduation evening in Auckland.

Applications for this year’s scholarships are now open and are available to applicants from both Site Safe member and non-member companies. The five categories for entry are: under 25, open, Maori, Pasifika and Women in Construction.

For more information on how to apply, go to https://www.sitesafe.org.nz/training/scholarships/

Entries close September 1.

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