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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.


Anamika Nampoothiry is a high achiever.  Having attained top results at Queen Margaret College in Wellington as well as in International Baccalaureate examinations, Anamika’s success has continued and been recognised at one of the highest levels in New Zealand.  




Wellington Institute of Technology (WelTec) hairdressing and makeup artistry students are busy working backstage applying their skills to more than 40 models at the internationally acclaimed World of WearableArt™ Awards Show.



Each day Raymon Jones puts into practice the mechanical skills he learnt at WelTec, whether he is in his firm's workshop or on-site for a client.  




Wellington Institute of Technology (WelTec) and Whitireia Community Polytechnic (Whitireia) have joined forces maximising resources and capabilities to create and deliver new Masters and Postgraduate qualifications (diploma and certificate) for Professional Practice for people working in the health and social services sector.




Three hospitality students from WelTec are getting in some last minute practice, as they prepare to battle it out in an elite national culinary competition in Auckland next week.



Jade McMahon, recent graduate from WelTec says determination is the key to academic success and getting ahead in life.  And Jade’s leading by example having secured a great job with a bright future.



More than 100 secondary school girls have jumped at the opportunity to spend a day shadowing IT experts in Wellington at some of the Capital city’s well-known companies. 

For one day the girls will get to experience all aspects of ICT from programming to design and to see first-hand technology of all kinds inside a business.



Innovators, creators, business leaders and academic researchers are joining forces in Wellington this week at a symposium which aims to develop new ideas and opportunities for the advancement of industry specific R&D.




WelTec School of Hospitality Wins Asia Pacific City and Guilds

Celebrating Excellence: The Wellington Institute of Technology
School of Hospitality wins the City & Guilds International Centre of Excellence – Asia Pacific region




Running out of charge on your cellphone could be a distant memory for residents and visitors to “Technology Valley”, Lower Hutt. 

Engineers from WelTec’s School of Engineering and the School of Creative Industries have teamed up to design and build a prototype cellphone charging tower powered by solar energy.