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IAG's Trades Scholarship Programme now open for intake

May 21, 2019

IAG New Zealand's core business is based around helping more than one million New Zealanders recover when misfortune strikes. Our purpose is to make your world a safer place, which we see each year as IAG settles around half a million claims.

It goes without saying, then, that IAG relies on trade partners to help put things right and it’s vitally important that any repair work is carried out by experts. To make this happen we need the expertise and skills of people across a range of professions and disciplines.

IAG has been supporting its trade industry networks for the last 17 years through the IAG Trades Scholarship Programme. Each year the programme inducts and supports new apprentices through the duration of their respective apprenticeship, to achieve the end goal of being trade-qualified and providing valuable management training for collision repairer administrators.

IAG partners with both MITO NZ and BCITO. These two industry training organisations provide the essential infrastructure and support for each apprentice to complete their courses.

To find out more about the requirements of an apprenticeship, head to either the MITO or BCITO websites to learn more.

Apply for an IAG Trades Scholarship now

IAG's 2019 Trade Scholarship programme is now open and available for the following trade streams, as well as First Line Management for the repairer network. The application forms are PDF interactive, so you can either type information in and add an electronic signature, scan and send back via email, or handwrite and sign with option of scanning and emailing or posting as per details on last page of the application form to applicable contact person.

Click here to download the Automotive Refinishing apprenticeship application

Click here to download the Building apprenticeship application

Click here to download the Collision Repair apprenticeship application

Click here to download the Glazier apprenticeship application

Click here to download the First Line Management apprenticeship application

 

 

IAG's Trades Scholarship intake is now open