The Breakfast Event for PA/EAs & Administrative Assistants on Wednesday 1 July at ASB Arena in Tauranga was a success with over 60 administrators attending.

This is the first of at least four events in the BOP area, and we hope to establish a firm strategic relationship with the Tauranga City Council, Priority 1 and the ASB Events Centre.

Contact me on wendy@huirae.co.nz or phone +64 27 275 8531 for enquiries.

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Welcome

Administrators from all types of businesses in New Zealand, the Pacific Islands and even other parts of the world, join the Association of Administrative Professionals New Zealand Incorporated (AAPNZ Inc) for opportunities to learn and grow in their role, develop contacts and get a better understanding of how important their role is to any business.

Our membership includes executive assistants, personal assistants, administration managers, receptionists, call centre operators, accounts staff, school administrators, industry trainers, etc. – anyone involved either in full or part-time administrative professional roles, in any industry.

The Association of Administrative Professionals New Zealand Incorporated (AAPNZ Inc) is a not-for-profit, voluntary national association governed by a National Executive Team (NET) made up of the National President, two Vice-Presidents and the Regional Leaders for Northern, Central and Southern regions. AAPNZ Inc is also the sole shareholder of AAPNZ Professional Development Limited (PDL), a separate company set up to undertake the role of professional development for members of AAPNZ Inc. The financial year runs from 1 April to 31 March.

Many people are making a career in administrative roles and the breadth of demands and skills required of these people is increasingly acknowledged by the public and employers.

With our rapidly changing office environment it is even more important these days to undertake professional development and stay in touch with your profession through its professional organisation. Whether it is a corporate entity, small or medium sized businesses or in the home-based office, many office professionals feel more isolated from others in similar roles. Members include recent newcomers to the profession through to experienced administrative professionals, male and female.

AAPNZ has a supportive local and national network who gives Administrative Professionals opportunities for personal and professional growth, career upskilling and development.

Our Patron is Lt Gen, Rt Hon Sir Jerry Mateparae, Governor-General of New Zealand. Tait Grindley from NZIM is our Vice Patron.

AAPNZ Inc and Certification 

AAPNZ Inc is the only administrative organisation in New Zealand offering an accreditation or registration pathway through its Certification process.  Certification provides an umbrella over four areas that need to be achieved to show the skills required by the administrative professional.  This makes it an invaluable benchmark for those in the role, and for employers.

2015 AAPNZ AGM & Conference Programme 

2015 AAPNZ Conference Programme, go to Events to download the full programme with details of negotiated accomodation prices, places in Christchurch to visit while you are there, and registration fees.

For details on the 2015 AAPNZ Annual General Meeting (AGM), go to Events to download the Proxy Form

For more information you can contact any NET member or president@aapnz.org.nz or +64 27 275 8531

See you there!

Upcoming events

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