Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology News

This is the latest news from Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology. Read about our students and graduates, our staff and our activities.
Bee-friendly addition to Memorial Park Memorial Park has a new feature hedge thanks to the combined efforts of Tauranga City Council, Comvita and Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology. Memorial Park has a new feature hedge thanks to the combined efforts of Tauranga City Council, Comvita and Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology.
Jacob Matekino – E-We solution to housing crisis Fed up with watching his baby daughter get sick in their cold, mouldy rental, Toi Ohomai student Jacob Matekino decided to do something about it. So he decided to learn how to build his own affordable, warm, and eco-friendly home. Jacob Matekino. Credit: Chistel Yardley / Stuff
Fellowship of Culinary Students Impress at Hobbiton A group of our Tokoroa students had no magic ring to call on for help as they helped feed 700 people during a work experience exercise at Hobbiton. A group of our Tokoroa students had no magic ring to call on for help as they helped feed 700 people during a work experience exercise at Hobbiton.
Cerebral Palsy no Barrier for Mark When Mark Wilson was younger his parents were told he’d never walk or talk. Born with cerebral palsy, a disorder that affects around 7,000 New Zealanders, Mark has had to overcome more than most. Toi Ohomai NZ Diploma in Business graduate, Mark Wilson
It's A Long Road From Eketahuna For Adult Learner Byron Dewar Forest management adult student, Byron Dewar travels from Eketahuna to study at Toi Ohomai Forest management adult student, Byron Dewar travels from Eketahuna to study at Toi Ohomai
Toi Ohomai shines at Adult Learner Awards Toi Ohomai staff and students were honoured at the 19th annual Adult Learner Awards in Tauranga last night, receiving four out of the ten awards. Toi Ohomai tutor, Dan Taylor, is awarded the Supreme Award for Exceptional Adult Educator by Mayor Greg Brownless. Photo credit: Seabird Productions.

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