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.
Skiing, snow, sun and design NZ Olympic skier has swapped sun for the snow, currently completing his third year of a Bachelor of Creative Industries at Toi Ohomai, majoring in fashion. Bachelor of Creative Industries student, Lyndon Sheehan. Credit: John Borren.
Flight attendant students step into aviation history Toi Ohomai flight attending students boarded a Douglas DC-3 aircraft – owned by Air Chathams – to learn about practical aspects of their training that are difficult to replicate in the classroom. Toi Ohomai flight attending students with their tutor, Betty Ormsby, with a DC-3 aircraft
Charity House Technology Creates a Healthier Home Carpentry students are learning how to build healthier homes, with new technology that can cut household heating costs by 80%. Carpentry student Zack Le Valiant helps turn the 2017 Charity House into a warmer, drier home.
SkillME Students Thinking About Their Future Toi Ohomai SkillME students recently experienced a Sector Induction Day organised by Competenz SkillME students recently experienced a Sector Induction Day organised by Competenz
Insert Coin by Art Tutor, Kereama Taepa Lifts Local Gallery Toi Ohomai creative arts tutor, Kereama Taepa has created one of his unique graphic mash-ups inside the Tauranga Art Gallery lift. Toi Ohomai creative arts tutor, Kereama Taepa has created one of his unique graphic mash-ups inside the Tauranga Art Gallery lift.
Big turnout for first Toi Ohomai Open Day Nearly a thousand high school students streamed onto Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology’s Windermere Campus on Friday, to get an inside look at what their futures might hold. Anais Levis (left) said coming to Toi Ohomai Open Day had helped make her study options clearer

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