Chan Dixon

PO Box 52066, Symonds Street, Auckland 1352
4 Western Springs Rd, Morningside, Auckland
Tel 09 815 8029 or 027 442 4809

NorthTec Branch Executive Members:

Co-President (Te Tumu Whakarae-ā-Manga) – Stephanie Morgan email

Co-President (Te Tumu Whakarae-ā-Manga) Bill Rogers 09 470 3925 or email

Women’s Rep (Te Kahurangi Maareikura) Maureen Frayling 09 470 3853 or email

Treasurer – Clinton Ashill 09 470 3776 or email

Programme Leader Rep – Simon Phelps 09 470 3905 or

Trade and Technology Innovation Rep – Steve Sandford-Hill 09 470 3612 or email

Rawene Rep – Bernadine Kiro 09 405 7684 or email

Kaitaia Rep – Stephen Rameka 09 408 6117 or email

Bay of Islands Rep – Clare Vallom 09 470 4175 or email

Creative Industries and Humanities Rep – Ripeka Walters 09 470 3874 or email

Kaikohe Rep – Vacant

Health and Environment Rep – Joanna Davison 09 470 3799 or email

Health and Environment Rep – Jenni Moore 09 470 3657 or email

Trades and Technology Rep – Taina Savage 09 470 3986 or email

TEU Health and Safety Rep – Stephanie Morgan 09 470 3725 or email


Employment Agreement

NorthTec CA to 13 Feb 2014 to 31 July 2015 – web

To view your signed terms of settlement, please click here Signed terms of settlement to July 2017.


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One Comment

  • Tim Reply

    Northtech Kerikeri has some of the best tutors I have seen, they are poorly paid, northland needs to grow up and get the economy going, how can people survive and keep the community functioning? Money goes around to other parts of the area, helps everyone, educating people to raise the level of people is the biggest focus of Northland??

What are your thoughts?