Since 2014 nine Dalton Electrical staff have experienced swimming at sunrise in the Marlborough Sounds, scaling rock faces blindfolded and pushing themselves to their mental and physical limits at Outward Bound – a number managing director Bruce Dalton says he hopes to increase.
Bruce says his aim is to have all Dalton Electrical managers and supervisors attend an Outward Bound course. “Quite a few have already done a 21-day Classic …READ MORE
The Master Electricians Challenge regional competitions for 2019 have come and gone, with Dalton Electrical hosted ETCO apprentices taking out the top three spots in the industrial category.
A big congratulations to Nathan Roberts, Jacob Pederson, and Joshua McGregor who took out 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in Auckland, and will be competing in the National finals in Nelson in October.READ MORE
All of the Regional competitions for the Master Electricians Challenge 2018 have been and gone, and Dalton Electrical Apprentices have again proved their skills and done very well.
A big congratulations to Daniel Tait, who won the Auckland Region Industrial Category.
Daniel, along with other Dalton Apprentices Josiah van Beynen and Nathan Roberts will go through to compete in the National Final in Queenstown in October!READ MORE
We are pleased to announce that we have moved to our new building as of the 18th December 2017.
Our new address is:
Please ensure you update the delivery address in your system.
Our telephone number and PO Box number will remain the same.
We are confident that our new offices will enable us to serve you better and we look forward to welcoming you at the …READ MORE
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Former Rodney College student Logan Sanders will chase the title of top industrial electrician at the 44th WorldSkills Competition in Abu Dhabi next month.
The 21-year-old, who grew up in Port Albert, was selected as New Zealand’s only industrial electrician after claiming top spot at the national 2016 Electrical Apprentice of the Year Competition.
At WorldSkills, Logan will compete against 20 other tradesmen, with 51 trades in total …READ MORE
Dalton Electrical has been recognised by Worldskills NZ as one of the most supportive employers that they deal with:
One of the biggest support a competitor gets is from his or her employer, especially once selected to vie for a position in the NZ Skills Team that will represent NZ in international competitions.
Competitors will then have to make time for 100 hours of training (some of which can be part of …READ MORE