In New Zealand as our infrastructure ages, our people and their expertise are becoming our real assets.
At Relevant, we are leading several projects aimed at solving some of big issues facing the infrastructure and engineering sector.
Retaining specialist knowledge and experience
This is a time when many of our most experienced professionals are thinking more about grandchildren, fishing and golf than they are about the future of our infrastructure assets.
Good on them!
Relevant has initiated a project to show those who retain some interest in continuing to contribute to the industry how they can add value without giving up a significant amount of their valuable time.
If you or anyone you know wants to know more about this project, please let us know.
Sharing of industry training expertise
At Relevant, we believe in openly sharing knowledge, tools and resources for the benefit of everyone, and we proactively encourage and facilitate this.
This is a cornerstone of who we are and how we operate at Relevant. We have a number of clients who are open to the sharing of different aspects of their training materials.
If you want to know more about this project, please let us know.
Contextualising STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)
There is a growing need for education and training for those already in the workforce to gain a contextualised (relevant to their job roles) understanding of science, technology, engineering, and math.
Relevant has been undertaking an environmental scan of how STEM subjects (science and math in particular) are currently taught, and in 2021 are initiating a project aimed at delivering one or more training programmes aimed at upskilling existing workers.
If you would like to know more about this project, please let us know.