Welcome to the Resources page of the New Zealand Master Concrete Placers Association (NZMCPA). Here you will find a variety of resources related to concrete placement, finishing, and safety, as well as links to other helpful organizations and websites.

Training and Certification: As discussed on our Training and Certification page, the NZMCPA offers a comprehensive certification program for concrete placers, ensuring that our members have the knowledge and skills necessary to produce high-quality work. Our training resources include courses, workshops, and apprenticeships, all designed to help our members stay up-to-date with the latest techniques and best practices in the industry.

Safety: Safety is a top priority for the NZMCPA, and we offer a range of resources to help our members keep their workers and job sites safe. Our Safety page includes information on common hazards and best practices for avoiding them, as well as links to safety training resources and organizations.

Environmental Considerations: As part of our commitment to sustainability, the NZMCPA provides resources on minimizing the environmental impact of concrete placement. Our Environmental Considerations page offers information on reducing carbon emissions, managing waste, and using sustainable materials.

Industry News and Trends: Staying informed on the latest news and trends in the industry is important for our members, and our Industry News and Trends page provides just that. Here you will find articles, reports, and studies on topics such as emerging technologies, market trends, and regulatory changes.

Useful Links: In addition to our own resources, we also provide links to other organizations and websites that may be helpful for our members. These include government agencies, industry associations, and trade publications.

At the NZMCPA, we are committed to providing our members with the resources they need to succeed in the concrete placement industry. We are constantly updating and expanding our resources, so be sure to check back often for the latest information. If you have any suggestions for additional resources or would like to become a member, please don’t hesitate to contact us.