This is the latest news from Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology. Read about our students and graduates, our staff and our activities.
|Toi Ohomai CE addresses record crowd at BA5 event||Tauranga’s business community gathered together on Wednesday night to hear Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology’s new CE, Dr Leon Fourie, talk about the future of vocational and applied professional education in the Bay of Plenty.|
|Job outcomes key focus for Toi Ohomai||Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology Chief Executive, Dr Leon Fourie, shared his vision for the future of education with Bay of Plenty Time business editor David Porter when they caught up earlier this week.|
|Art degree graduate, Caigan Biddle goes manga||Whakatane based illustrator and Bachelor of Creative Technologies graduate Caigan Biddle seeks to grow awareness and appreciation for Manga as an art form.|
|Solo Mum and Social Work Graduate, Mel Pol's Journey to Success||The solo mother of two kids (one with special needs), was a beautician when she felt she needed to do something more with my life. Here is her story.|
|Chinese educators excited about Toi Ohomai qualifications||Malcolm Hardy knows his fair share about building relationships. The Head of School, Applied Technology, at Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology’s Tauranga campus has been involved with teaching and overseeing the smooth running of trades’ training for many years.|
|Educating the next generation of coders||School children from around Tauranga got to try out their coding skills at the annual “Hour of Code” event organised by Venture Centre and Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology earlier this month.|