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  • 1Dawn Everitt

    Creative.

    Graphic Designer Extraordinare.

  • 4OPUS ENVIRONMENTAL TRAINING2015 PROSPECTUS

    07NATIONAL DIPLOMAS AND NATIONAL CERTIFICATES06

    NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN DRINKING WATER - WATER TREATMENT (SITE TECHNICIAN) - LEVEL 5This is the highest level qualification for people working in, or progressing towards, a supervisory or management role in water treatment - either for Local Government or industrial water supply systems. It is ideal for people who are experienced in supervising or managing water treatment systems.

    With changing drinking water standards, new legislation and a competitive business environment, qualified water treatment Managers and Supervisors are in high demand. If you are currently in, or progressing towards, a supervisory or management role in water treatment, this qualification is for you.

    TOPICS INCLUDE Various types of disinfection Public Health Risk Management Water Quality and Management Water Safety planning Waste Management Processes Filtration processes

    DURATION

    The National Diploma in Drinking Water (NDDW) qualification takes two years to complete and includes twenty days of theory training in the classroom and an onsite practical assessment once the theory units are complete.

    ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

    Pre requisite for the NDDW is the National Certificate in Water Treatment or equivalent work experience. You will need to be working in the water industry and must have access to a water treatment plant to fulfil the practical course component.

    COURSE FEE

    $6,920 + GST per person.

    COURSE DATES

    Block one: 13 - 24 April Block two: 24 4 September

    Email nzweta@nzweta.co.nz to go on the mailing list for 2015 course dates.

    Students enrolled on this course will also be enrolled with the Primary Industry Training Organisation (Primary ITO). The Primary ITO can provide trainees with a subsidy towards training and offer support throughout your study. For more information go to their website www.primaryito.ac.nz

    NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN DRINKING WATER - DRINKING WATER ASSESSMENT - LEVEL 5This high-level course is designed for public health employees, enabling them to implement Ministry of Health drinking water policies, legislation and standards. It is essential for anyone working as a drinking water assessor, and also ideal for consulting and council engineers wanting more detailed and specific water treatment knowledge than is available in most engineering courses.

    The assessment strand of the diploma is for those who assess drinking water supplies.

    TOPICS INCLUDE Drinking Water Standards and Legislation

    Public Health Risk Management Field Analyst Water Safety Planning

    DURATION

    The National Diploma in Drinking Water (NDDWA) qualification takes two years to complete and includes twenty days of theory training in the classroom and a practical assessment with the trainer once the theory units are complete.

    ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

    You will need to be employed by or have access to a Public Health Unit. A public Health Mentor can be arranged.

    COURSE FEE

    $9,200 + GST per person.

    COURSE DATES

    Block one: 13 - 24 April Block two: 24 Aug 4 September Block three: 2 - 6 November

    Email nzweta@nzweta.co.nz to go on the mailing list for 2015 course dates

    Students enrolled on this course will also be enrolled with the Primary Industry Training Organisation (Primary ITO). The Primary ITO can provide trainees with a subsidy towards training and offer support throughout your study. For more information go to their website www.primaryito.ac.nz

    Opus International Consultants

    Graphic Design Assistant

    Working alongside our New Zealand based creative team, I assist in the creation of all Opus branded material. Briefs include the development of advertisements, brochures, event collateral, award submissions, client material and bid applications; web applications (i.e. invitations), social media skins, web and email banners and newsletters for our internal clients.

    Through Opus, I have had the opportunity to work on projects for external clients which include New Zealand Water Environmental Training Academy (NZWETA), Nelson District Council and Kaipara and Hikurangi Plains Water. This material requires me to adhere to unfamiliar brand requirements to execute bid documents, charts and diagrams and display panels.

    Because of the locality of my role, I have to be able to manage my time effectively - paying particular attention to various client time zones and deadlines whilst maintaining and exceeding working standard requirements.

  • 5EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

    Open space forms an integral part of the Districts aesthetic, social, ecological, cultural and economic life. The purpose of the Open Spaces Strategy is to set the direction for provision of an open space network that will meet the Districts needs for the next 30 years.

    The Open Spaces Strategy specifically establishes a vision for Selwyn Districts open space and where Council wants to be in 2044. Supporting the vision are underlying principles that provide a platform for the vision. Council views the provision of open space through key themes, with each theme having an associated implementation plan in order to achieve the vision for open spaces into the future.

    In developing this Strategy the Council carefully considered unique factors impacting the rate of population growth currently and predicted into the future and how best to achieve the communitys needs and aspirations.

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    The purpose of the Open Spaces Strategy is to set the direction for provision of an open space network that will meet the Districts needs for the next 30 years.

    REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR RANGITIKEI DISTRICT COUNCIL

    Proposed Bulls Community Centre CONCEPT DESIGN AND FEASIBILITY STUDYSEPTEMBER 2014

    1 Executive SummaryThe planning framework is in place and its time for action! Your investment in the Bulls Town Centre Plan (TCP) and assessment of the feasibility of a Community Centre as a priority for Bulls are important first steps to meet the towns development aspirations and strategies.

    The Rangitikei District Council have an opportunity to create something unique. The conceptual design and feasibility study for the proposed Community Centre will provide an exciting opportunity to plan and develop an iconic People Place for the region that will draw people together. This is your vision to create a civic heart within Bulls.

    THE PROJECTThe Rangitikei District Councils next task is to appoint a consultant who has the experience and capacity to deliver both the community consultation and conceptual design of this centre and undertake the necessary feasibility study so that this can be delivered for the forthcoming draft 2015-25 LTP. Key factors to the success of this proposal will be assessing the community needs accurately through quality community consultation, innovative architectural design and finding a solution that represents value for money.

    THE CONSULTANTThe success of this project will rely on selecting a consultant who can:

    Excite the Rangitikei District Council and the community by designing and planning an outstanding Community Centre

    Deliver an innovative architectural design with the ability to blend Bulls heritage values into civic spaces

    Have a good local knowledge and understanding of the Rangitikei community, their needs and economic drivers

    Communicate, engage and lead both the Rangitikei District Council and the community towards a common goal

    Lead value for money through innovative design and functionality

    Bring experience through each strand of the project: architecture, planning and analysis, project management, community consultation and feasibility assessment

    COMMITMENTOpus are passionate about the difference our local knowledge makes to our community. We enjoy building communities, and that is why are excited to be invited by the Rangitikei District Council to put forward our proposal for the proposed Bulls Community Centre.

    Our commitment to you is that we will give you the best concept design from our award winning architects that will reflect the values and needs of your community. We understand your economic considerations and through the combined experience of our professional team, we will deliver a Community Centre design for the future.

    Connect people and placesEnhance travellers experiences

    Provide a safe communityReinforce Bulls as a travel destination

    Slow traffic and create a safe environment

    BULLS TCP STRATEGIES

    2 Our StrengthsARCHITECTURAL DESIGN WITH VALUEConnectivity of users and clever design, whilst creating architectural bang for your buck will be the keys to success in achieving a great Community Centre. Functionality and community participation will ensure multi-purpose activities like Library and Information Services harmoniously share space with community activities and events.

    OUR HERITAGE EXPERIENCEYou will benefit from the journey weve been on. An important aspect to the feel of this Community Centre will be integration of the heritage values and Districts history through blending architectural conservation with new. Consideration needs to be given to the rural character and Bulls quirkiness through practical design. This is something that Opus does well. Our architects are proud of their designs such as the award-winning Carterton Events Centre and the Te Kauwhata Library for the Waikato District Council. The Carterton Events Centre faade very successfully incorporated the old library within the new building. Part of our methodology includes sharing critical success factors and lessons learned from the Carterton project with the Project