RFUANZ Annual General Meeting – going Virtual 2020
In accordance with RFUANZ Rules, we will hold this meeting, via Zoom on Wednesday 11 November at 4pm.
The annual reports and accounts will be posted to each member, together with an AGM agenda, one month prior to this date. It is important that you attend this meeting if possible.
- Debby Morgan , Secretary
RSM Meeting – Update
A considerable amount of work has been undertaken on the current smart upgrade, with the system on track to go live towards the end of 2021. Both the 60 GHz and 5 GHz GURL licences are being looked at in comparison with other countries with some modifications expected before the end of this year.
The memorandum account balance has dropped from $10.771 Million at the 30th June 2019 to $9.233 Million at the 30th June 2020.
The balance is now showing a steady decline as originally intended which is great. RSM and RFUANZ have entered discussions around level four NZQA training and also training pathways for ARC and ARE qualifications.
- Corey Weir
To view and enrol in this course go to
Free training for Level 3 Certification
The RFUANZ has encouraged businesses to enrol new staff in the following course:
Programme: NZ2767 New Zealand Certificate in Electrotechnology (Level 3)
Specialisation: Service or Installation
With the governments new initiatives for training post Covid-19 this qualification is free to all NZ residents from 1st July 2020 until 31st December 2022.
If you or your business are interested in looking at this training please follow the link below: https://www.etec.ac.nz/courses/etec-electrotechnology/nz-certificate-in-electrotechnology-level-3
- David Johnston
Self-Lead Learning Opportunities