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.
Mum Management Skills Lead to Forest Management Success Pauline Edge is not afraid of a challenge. The mother of four is studying Toi Ohomai’s NZ Diploma in Forest Management and tackling a career path in what many still see as a male-dominated industry.  Pauline Edge is not afraid of a challenge. The mother of four is studying Toi Ohomai’s NZ Diploma in Forest Management and tackling a career path in what many still see as a male-dominated industry. 
Solution for truck driver shortage may lie with school leavers Up to 65 young, quality truck driving graduates come off the production line in Tauranga each year but far too few to satisfy the needs of the road freight transport industry. Dean Colville, Group Leader at Toi Ohomai's road transport and logistics centre
Future mechanics help deliver winter safety pit stop Automotive students at our Rotorua campus got hands-on experience delivering free vehicle safety checks for the public as part of this year’s local Winter Pit Stop campaign. Members of the public enjoy getting their vehicles checked by Toi Ohomai automotive students and being rewarded for their efforts.
Alf Rendell photography scholarship winner named First year Bachelor of Creative Industries student Maddie Knibbs is the latest winner of the Alf Rendell photography scholarship. Alf Rendell photography scholarship winner, Maddie Knibbs
Graduate’s research conserves kiwifruit Ashleigh Browne, who has a Diploma in Marine Studies from Toi Ohomai, and a Master of Biological Science from the University of Waikato, has dedicated her Masters research to the discovery of marine bioactive compounds to control the disease that threatened the kiwifruit industry. Ashleigh Browne, Diploma in Marine Studies graduate
Appointment made to new Chair of Sustainable Forestry for the Bay of Plenty and South Waikato regions A new forestry science and education partnership has been created in the central North Island with the establishment of a new Chair of Sustainable Forestry at Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology. Professor Tim Payn

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