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.

Inspirational mural goes up at Windermere campus Street artists Charles and Janine Williams have been adding colour and creativity to Toi Ohomai’s Windermere campus during the mid-semester break. The Kuaka mural at Toi Ohomai's Windermere campus
Ana Morrison appointed to Toi Ohomai’s executive leadership team Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology today welcomed the appointment of prominent Rotorua professional, Ana Morrison, to the position of Executive Director: Strategic Partnerships and Māori Success. Toi Ohomai's new Executive Director: Strategic Partnerships and Māori Success, Ana Morrison
Toi Ohomai's Paramdip Singh Creates Safety App With Students In Mind After one of his students was attacked at work, Paramdip Singh created a free app that allows users to message friends and family for support in times of duress. MP Todd McClay, Rotorua Chamber of Commerce Chair, Alison Lawton and Toi Ohomai's Paramdip Singh at the Launch of Please Help
Culinary Student, Adrian Sorano the 'Ora King' of Meredith’s Restaurant Culinary arts student, Adrian Sorano recently won one of three coveted places in the national Ora King Salmon Next Gen programme.  Culinary arts student, Adrian Sorano recently won one of three coveted places in the national Ora King Salmon Next Gen programme. 
100% Class Pass Positive Sign for Toi Ohomai Pre-trade automotive has become the first class to return a 100% clean initial pre-enrolment drug test since compulsory trades testing first surfaced at Mokoia Campus. Leevi Polyblank-Hicks and Grayson Roberts are proud to be part of the first trades class to return a 100% clean initial pre-enrolment drug test.
Helping Young Pacific Artists Find their Voice Talented Pacific artists Siliga Setoga and Claudia Jowitt have been mentoring a group of high school students at Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology, helping them to develop their voice through Pacific art. Talented Pacific artists Siliga Setoga and Claudia Jowitt have been mentoring a group of high school students at Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology, helping them to develop their voice through Pacific art.

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