Kelly Talbot, a hard-working, straight talking Clinical Nurse Specialist at Rotorua’s Southern Cross Hospital and Student Nurse Educator at Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology’s Rotorua campus, was recently awarded the NZ Nurses Organisation’s Young Nurse of the Year Award.
A purpose-built tertiary facility in the centre of Tokoroa aims to provide growth and investment within the South Waikato, training and retaining both youth and skilled workers.
Bay of Plenty women are being helped into tertiary training thanks to scholarships from New Horizons for Women Trust with funds donated by Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology.
Students from Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology got a unique opportunity to showcase their work in front of 300 business leaders at the Westpac Tauranga Business Awards 2020.
Up and coming rugby players will now have the opportunity to learn on and off the field thanks to an enhanced high performance pathway created by the Bay of Plenty Rugby Union and Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology.
The entrepreneurial spirit in the next generation of business leaders is flourishing with sustainable products and practices being developed, thanks in part to the impact of COVID-19.
Future students will get access to an unprecedented level of collaboration across the primary industries sector thanks to the establishment of a Food and Fibre Centre of Vocational Excellence (CoVE).
Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology Chief Executive Dr. Leon Fourie recently faced his fear and jumped out of a plane, all in a bid to raise money for charity.
Dr. Leon Fourie is stepping out of his comfort zone, or rather jumping, in a bid to raise money for local charities.