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 Connection Newsletter

WelTec is pleased to publish our 'Connection' magazine linking industry and our stakeholders
with the latest WelTec news and achievements.

  

Malachi Paku and Craig Scoble from Golden Homes Wellington

Malachi Paku got into a trade to further his goals, as well as to help his whānau.

“My dad was very strong and passionate about getting me and my brothers into the trades.  In our family and in our community we didn't have any tradespeople so having a trade is useful for us, our whānau, and our community.  We could give back,” says Malachi, who completed a pre-trade carpentry qualification at WelTec in 2016 with financial assistance through a Māori Trades Training scholarship.


 

Day one of the Wellington Trades Academy at WelTec’s Petone campus

"We’re anticipating a great year ahead for our students,” says Matt Renata who heads up the Wellington Trades Academy.  240 enthusiastic young students started their studies at WelTec and Whitireia this week.

 

 


 

WelTec students Dinah Luke, Anaterira Huata, Cory StickleThird year WelTec School of Business students, Dinah Luke and Cory Stickle, are days away from staging the 23rd annual Te Rā o te Raukura whanau community festival.  Working as part of a team based at Maori radio station, Atiawa Toa FM, the January 29 event will be held at Te Whiti Park in Lower Hutt, and feature Fat Freddy’s Drop as this year’s headline act.

 


Researchers from across the country are converging in Wellington on Friday 3 February to showcase their research and innovation across an incredibly diverse range of disciplines and teaching areas.

 

The construction of Te Auaha - New Zealand Institute of Applied Creativity was halted temporarily today to allow Wellington's creative and arts community to have an exclusive behind the scenes viewing of the $23M+ internal fit out of the campus being built in the heart of Wellington's creative hub on Cuba/Dixon Streets.

 

 


 

 

 

 

A former lawyer and nuclear physicist have made big changes, moving to New Zealand to re-train in ICT and receiving top student awards in the process.  Both WelTec graduates were recognised at a ceremony held last night in Wellington. 

 

 


 

Wellington’s creative technologies talent pipeline gets helping hand with latest group of tech savvy digitally-enabled graduates hitting the job market following a successful exhibition showcasing their skills in the capital.

 




 

More than 60 engineering and ICT students will display their talent in Petone at WelTec’s Petone campus.

 
 


 

An entry level plumbing qualification could make the all difference for 11 prisoners in Rimutaka who were awarded the WelTec Certificate in Plumbing and Gasfitting (Level 3) on Wednesday. 
 
 


 

Students from the Wellington Institute of Technology (WelTec) Bachelor of Creative Technologies degree and Graduate Diploma in Creative Technologies are proud to invite you to the culmination of their academic study showcased in their end of year graduate exhibition.