Members News

November 2021

National Support Office holiday closure The New Zealand Certified Builders National Support Office will be closed from midday on Thursday 23rd December 2021 for the holiday period. The office

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NZCB News – January 2021

NZCB Apprentice Challenge 2021 Applications now open! Saturday 10 April ITM stores nationwide + selected venues Do you employ an apprentice that you think could be

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InTouch December 2020

Click Here to view InTouch online Five essential things employers need to know for the summer holiday period Sourced from Employment New Zealand Employers need

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InTouch November 2020

Mark Up vs Margin… Let’s be clear By NZCB Group Technical Manager, Jason McClintock Our industry has been getting creative with how we use the

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Mark Up v’s Margin

Let’s be clear…. Our industry has been getting creative with how we use the word margin. Traditionally, the builder would take the cost of services

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Checking-in

We’re all currently facing challenging times due to COVID-19, and one of the most important things we can all do is check in with each

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NZCB InTouch October 2020

Halo Retrospective Applications available until 31st October 2020 As mentioned in previous correspondence Halo Guarantees Limited are now accepting Retrospective Guarantee Application Forms.  This is

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InTouch July 2020

Revere Volume Four Submissions are now open AND to add to the excitement we are proud to announce the very new and exciting “Revere Accredited”

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Revere 3

Revere is an NZCB publication designed to showcase the outstanding work of their members. Produced bi-annually, the Association believes some of New Zealand’s most inspiring

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Men’s Health Week

15th – 21st June 2020 This is a great time for New Zealand men to have a think about their health and consider how important

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NZCB InTouch May 2020

Members Survey | NZCB Post COVID-19 Survey We’re keen to find out how your business is going post the COVID-19 lockdown. We would really appreciate

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