This is the latest news from Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology. Read about our students and graduates, our staff and our activities.
|Big turnout for first Toi Ohomai Open Day||Nearly a thousand high school students streamed onto Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology’s Windermere Campus on Friday, to get an inside look at what their futures might hold.|
|Sharing Creative Cultures||Fashion tutor Donna Dinsdale is boarding a plane to Tonga and taking a suitcase full of felt as part of a week-long professional development trip. “The workshops will give the students opportunities to experiment with new methods and create unique accessories."|
|Toi Ohomai Students Build Gardens for Charity||Toi Ohomai student with the Good Neighbour Charitable Trust build raised garden walls for Otepou School in Welcome Bay|
|Business students get an inside look at KPMG||KPMG, a global professional firm providing audit, tax and financial advisory services, is pleased to partner with Toi Ohomai and has employed many graduates over the years.|
|Sport Massage Graduate Keeping Rotorua Healthy||New graduate Aly Bennett recently opened her own massage therapy business after completing a new sport and massage therapy programme at Toi Ohomai.|
|Celebrating all things innovative in the Bay||Techweek Tauranga wrapped up on Friday with Celebratech. The brain child of Toi Ohomai and Venture Centre, Celebratech was a celebration of all things tech, featuring Tech in Five presentations showcasing new technologies being explored, researched, developed and deployed in the Bay of Plenty.|