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.
New tanker huge asset for Bay transport students The Road Transport team are all smiles with the arrival of a new rig to join the fleet – a decommissioned milk tanker from Fonterra. The new rig will provide driver training for approximately 90 students per year. From L-R: Fonterra staff Darrin Rhodes, North Island Transport & Training Manager and Bruce McColl, National Transport Operations Manager, with Toi Ohomai staff Malcolm Hardy, Head of Applied Technology and Dean Colville, Group Leader Logistics Training Centre.
Doors Open for Forest Management Student Dylan Jeune tells us how he saw the benefits of his practical learning during summer employment with Forest Management New Zealand. Dylan Jeune's skills from Toi Ohomai helped him land a summer job with summer employment with Forest Management New Zealand
Over $41,000 gifted to local charity groups More than $41,000 was issued in a ceremony on Mokoia Campus in Rotorua today, to a deserving crowd of 21 charities and community organisations. A crowd of 21 charities and community organisations with their cheques.
Accolades From Minister For First Anniversary Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology celebrated their first anniversary with regional stakeholders. Special guest, Hon Louise Upston, Associate Minister of Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment, reflected on the merger, and said the decision of the legacy institutions to merge was “stunning”. Todd Muller, MP for Bay of Plenty, Louise Upston, MP for Taupo, Cathy Cooney, Toi Ohomai Chairperson, and Dr Leon Fourie, Toi Ohomai Chief Executive.
Keeping things moving at New Zealand’s busiest port Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology business graduates, Sam Mannix and Jamie Regan, are helping to keep things moving at the Port of Tauranga, New Zealand’s largest and busiest port. Toi Ohomai business graduates Jamie Regan and Sam Mannix are helping to keep things moving at the Port of Tauranga
Bay’s largest tertiary provider turns one Today marks the first anniversary of the establishment of Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology, being the merged entity of Bay of Plenty Polytechnic and Waiariki Institute of Technology. Toi Ohomai turns one!

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