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Fellow Practitioner Issue 365 Dated 8 February 2019
« on: February 08, 2019, 06:38:53 AM »
This is the Federations year to step it up. Enough of the political game now it is the time for total action by practitioners.

It seems to be that the powers to be are searching for a magic wand, unicorns and stardust and they just don’t get what is needed by the industry.  Practitioners know there is no quick fix and they need to let the Minister know that and stop others from controlling our direction and wasting industry resources.

The current situation has been decades in the making and only practitioners pushing for accountability and original ideas will sort the situation out.

If you agree with what you have read then get involved either nationally or locally. This is a “take no prisoners” year for the Federation so we are seeking people to join our executive committee.

Linkback: https://www.plumbers.co.nz/forum/fellow-practitioners-update/41/fellow-practitioner-issue-365-dated-8-february-2019/2421/


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