Consultant ( Manufacturing specialist) (Trainer)
Wayne has an extensive career in the trades and engineering sector, both as applicator and tutor. (Polytech and Competenz).
Wayne has specialist knowledge in the Engineering and Manufacturing industries. He has a wealth of knowledge and industry experience that enables him to really understand the needs of companies and trainees, providing targeted and effective training support and solutions. As a technically skilled engineer and as a tutor, Wayne understands key tasks and processes.
Wayne worked for Competenz for many years as a training specialist to mentor engineering apprentices
Mobile : 027 6223 299
National Certificate in Maintenance and Diagnostics (Level 4)
National Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety (Level 4)
National Certificate in Adult Education and Training (Level 4)
National Certificate in Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering (Level 3);
National Certificate in Baking (Level 2)
New Zealand Certificate of Completion of Apprenticeship
New Zealand Trade Certificate – Fitting, Turning and Machining
Registered Workplace Assessor
Registered Workplace Moderator
Registered Forklift trainer auditor
Drivers Licence (classes 1,2,3,4,5,6 FRW)
Wayne played hockey from an early age until 1993 and represented Poverty Bay in most age group classes and later coached and refereed at Junior Level.
He took up archery around 1986 and won area, North Island, and New Zealand titles including setting NZ records. He represented New Zealand at the World Championships in Sweden in 1988. Later he coached archery and was a national judge. In 1992 he was appointed an international judge to judge at the world Crossbow Tournament in Hamilton New Zealand where he also served on the International Technical Committee.
Wayne designed and built race-car components and has designed and built his own race car (TQ midget) to compete nationally. He was top car in his class in 1998-1999, 1999-2000 at Gisborne Speedway. He is presently a technical adviser for a TQ midget race team.
Wayne has been a playing member of the Gisborne Civic Band for more than 40 years. He also is a playing member of the Deco Bay Brass Band (Hawkes Bay) for the last 10 years and is currently plays solo horn for them.
Wayne enjoys playing golf and travelling.