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  1. 12 Sep 2018: Information technology graduate Alexander Lee's interest in computers started as a child playing video games. "I began to wonder how computers worked and decided to find out. I started playing around with settings and learning lot of stuff. It was

  2. 12 Sep 2018: CPIT has formed partnerships with iwi, industry and other education providers with the aim of increasing Māori participation in tertiary education.

  3. 12 Sep 2018: Working in a leadership role in the dynamic call centre industry, Rhonda Togipau understands that change is inevitable. It’s why she decided to get a degree in business transformation to add to her considerable work experience. “It’s important

  4. 12 Sep 2018: Even though he had a full time job and a busy family life, Gerald Mellish was able to complete a Bachelor of Applied Management in Project Management in half the time it normally takes. Gerald’s impressive achievement was possible because he

  5. 12 Sep 2018: The following four step process is used to assess whether buildings are safe for re-occupancy after a significant aftershock. Step 1 – Initial assessment. 1.1 This consists of an initial structural and hazard identification check by Facilities

  6. 12 Sep 2018: Provided for Electrical Service Technician registration, this course includes theory, regulations and standards, and practical skill assessments. You'll learn the practical skills associated with maintenance and servicing including identifying

  7. 12 Sep 2018: This course is a 10-hour introductory Māori language course for students with no knowledge of Te Reo Māori or Tikanga Māori, where you'll acquire very basic skills in pronunciation and introductory phrases. You will learn to pronounce Te Reo

  8. 12 Sep 2018: This course will provide you with an understanding and essential skills for work in the local tourism and hospitality sector. The fourth day is as an optional day run during the school holidays at no extra cost. On this day students participate in

  9. 12 Sep 2018: Moving halfway across the world to study in a city recovering from a devastating earthquake didn't faze German exchange student Michelle Reuters. "When I arrived here I was overwhelmed by all the damage that the city was still facing, but I've been

  10. 13 Oct 2015. Eight outstanding Māori and Pasifika secondary school students are off to Auckland in December after being recognised with CPIT awards this week. Recipients of the institute's 2015 CPIT Māori and Pasifika Leadership Awards will attend