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With Training In Supply, our highly skilled supply chain people, train your supply chain people to improve the performance of your business. Your result is outstanding performance…every day.

PERFORMANCE

Training In Supply will benchmark the performance of your systems and processes and provide practical no nonsense recommendations, on how to get better results, in areas that will make a serious difference to your business.

PROFITABILITY

Highly effective diagnostics together with our experience and success across a wide range of supply chain operations allows us to offer recommendations in areas of your system that could either add profit or reduce cost.

PEOPLE

We will train your people  in a way that fits with your work schedules and their learning style. Training In Supply learning focuses on sustainable outcomes that will add value to your people and your business.

 Training designed exclusively for the Supply Chain industry!

Do you want NZQA unit standards or not?

You can choose!

Training In Supply is a Private Training Establishment that has been granted registration by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority under Part 18 of the Education Act 1989

Upcoming Courses

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Training for new HSRs

The Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 (HSWA) introduced a requirement for new Health & Safety Representatives (HSRs) to complete NZQA unit standard 29315 (Describe the role and functions of the Health and Safety Representative in a New Zealand workplace). more…

TIS have a training course to enable new HSRs to achieve that requirement and thus have the powers of HSRs provided for in the HSWA. HSR who achieve this standard will be able to: Explain the role and functions of the HSR under the HSWA and its Regulations; Explain the role of a HSR as an advocate for workers; Identify the obligations of a Person in Control of a Business or Undertaking (PCBU) and WorkSafe New Zealand towards the HSR; Describe the risk management process and the importance of communicating with workers and management; Describe and demonstrate the powers and obligations that a HSR has in terms of issuing a provisional improvement notice (PIN) and how and when to direct a worker to cease unsafe work. The course is the second day of our Health & Safety Representative (HSR1/HSR1-B) Course – See our Information Link or contact us for details.