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|From fine dining in France to building homes in Tauranga||Among those graduating this Friday will be 16 gaining the National Certificate in Carpentry Level 4. One of those newly qualified builders is Mehdi El Barakat, a French expatriate with a background in high-end hospitality and a passion for getting things perfect.|
|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.|
|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.|
|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.|
|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.|
|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.|