This is the latest news from Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology. Read about our students, graduates, our staff, and our activities.
- Tuesday, 16 Jul 2019
Two students from Toi Ohomai have taken out first and second place in an international essay writing competition.
- Monday, 15 Jul 2019
Toi Ohomai is throwing its weight behind the Bay of Plenty Rugby Union to help with a week’s of celebrations for this weekend’s test match between the New Zealand Māori and Fiji at Rotorua…
- Wednesday, 10 Jul 2019
Toi Ohomai will be at the Taupō Winter Festival this weekend, handing out free hot chocolates at Tongariro North Domain. Then, on Sunday we will be hosting the Toi Ohomai Roller Disco at the Great…
- Friday, 05 Jul 2019
Toi Ohomai hosted a celebration of our carpentry students’ success in completing the roofing stage of our latest Charity House, which is being built at our Mokoia Campus in Rotorua.
- Wednesday, 03 Jul 2019
Isobel Pettit has had to juggle training for the World Aquatics Championship in Korea next month with her studies at Toi Ohomai, but she isn’t letting it overwhelm her. In fact, she has set…
- Monday, 01 Jul 2019
Toi Ohomai hosted its inaugural Matariki dinner, which consisted of nine courses inspired by the stars that make up the constellation.
- Wednesday, 19 Jun 2019
More than 200 of Bay of Plenty’s brightest, young female minds will converge on Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology’s Mokoia Campus for this weekend’s Wāhine Kakano- a festival aimed at growing the…
- Monday, 17 Jun 2019
Toi Ohomai will release the initial report from a $700,000 National Science Challenge project at Tangatarua Marae this weekend.
- Wednesday, 12 Jun 2019
An initiative to strengthen our connections in Rotorua, the Toi Ohomai Free Lunch is a series of three events with giveaways and free sausages
- Tuesday, 11 Jun 2019
Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology is escalating its efforts to get rid of all single use coffee cups on campus this month.
- Wednesday, 05 Jun 2019
Toi Ohomai Social and Cultural Researcher Sarah Lockwood, will join University of Waikato Marine Ecologist Phil Ross, in the Solomon Islands to help determine the ongoing impacts of an oil spill…
- Tuesday, 04 Jun 2019
Toi Ohomai is hosting the annual Te Arawa Regional Manu Kōrero contest
- Wednesday, 29 May 2019
Toi Ohomai is aiming to address the hospitality industry skills shortage with skilled graduates from our culinary arts level 4 and 5 courses.
- Tuesday, 21 May 2019
Toi Ohomai graduates and students, with those studying through the primary ITO, took part in the annual Eastern Bay of Plenty Skills Day in Edgecumbe earlier this month.
- Monday, 20 May 2019
With last week being Bullying Free NZ week, Toi Ohomai joined the conversation with Pink Shirt Day activations on our Whakatāne, Taupō, Tokoroa, Mokoia and Windermere campuses.