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Azaria Felagai is pursuing her career goal to become a qualified builder and at the same time leading by example showing other young women considering a career in building that you can succeed in the construction industry.

 



 

WelTec and Whitireia Chief Executive Chris Gosling says the government’s fees-free policy and a new free transport option for students will see a revitalised interest in polytechnic training in the Wellington region as significant barriers to tertiary study are removed.

 



 

This week Wellington plays host to one hundred and fifty researchers.  The researchers are from Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics (ITPs).  They are joining together to present their research from a diverse range of disciplines and teaching areas.

 



 

Auckland's Queen Street campus will re-open on Tuesday 21 November. Teaching and learning will resume as per usual. If this changes a further notification will be posted here and on www.facebook.com/weltec

 



 

Final year student projects for Bachelor of Engineering, Bachelor of Information Technology, Diploma in Architectural Technology and Graduate Diploma students from engineering and IT were showcased to the public yesterday in Wellington.
 





 

This year one hundred and eighty WelTec and Whitireia students across the Wellington region were part of the Māori and Pasifika Trades Training (MPTT) scheme. 







 

Simon Bright congratulates Aleisha Perry WelTec Bachelor of Information Technology student and winner of the Intergen Young Achiever Award

In a first for Rimutaka Prison, a group of prisoners have built a 3 bedroom house as part of their construction programme. 

 







 

Simon Bright congratulates Aleisha Perry WelTec Bachelor of Information Technology student and winner of the Intergen Young Achiever Award

Students from the 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.  The best of student work will be on show from a range of creative technology disciplines including Visual Arts, Film, Animation, Graphic Design, Photography and Interdisciplinary Practice.

 


 

 

Simon Bright congratulates Aleisha Perry WelTec Bachelor of Information Technology student and winner of the Intergen Young Achiever Award

Te Auaha New Zealand Institute of Creativity moved one step closer to its opening with a sneak peek this evening into what is to come when the new world-class campus opens its doors in early 2018.  

 


 


 

 

Simon Bright congratulates Aleisha Perry WelTec Bachelor of Information Technology student and winner of the Intergen Young Achiever Award

The strategic partnership between WelTec and Whitireia brings together the best of all WelTec and Whitireia offers to learners and to industry in the Wellington region, Auckland city, and New Zealand.