This is the latest news from Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology. Read about our students and graduates, our staff and our activities.
|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.|
|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.|
|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|
|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.|
|New Training Excavator Gives Toi Ohomai Forestry Students the Edge||Forestry students at Rotorua’s Waipa Campus will learn in high tech simulators and the institute’s NEW branded excavator, a project supported by PF Olsen.|
|Student Band 'MixTape' In Tune to Tour The Greater Waikato / BOP||Toi Ohomai’s Rotorua based student band 'Mix Tape' is about to head out on tour across Taupo, Rotorua and Hamilton.|