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  1. 08 Dec 2014. Women took out 17 of CPIT’s 50-odd awards at a Trades Awards Ceremony, held December 4. CPIT has encouraged women to participate in the construction industry by offering fee-free scholarships in trades training this year. Women have

  2. 24 Aug 2017. An engineering student’s project linking seismic monitoring to the Internet of Things won the student Pitch a Project competition last Friday. Engineering student Ankit (Oyon) Chakraborty (pictured with Tamesa Head of Creative Industries

  3. 12 Sep 2018: Learning Services is a free service that offers learning and study advice to Tamesa students. We focus on supporting Tamesa students to manage their own study, and to develop the academic and maths skills required to complete coursework successfully.

  4. 31 Jul 2015. Two CPIT students have been chosen to take part in a prestigious international educational event to be held in Wellington August 11-12. Student ambassadors Jessica Pelayo of the Philippines and Putu Tasya Sanjivani Oka of Indonesia

  5. 02 Jul 2015. Team-fit, talent and the elusive X-factor is the recipe for getting a quantity surveyor job, according to BHP Billiton manager Shaun Clarke. Clarke, a CPIT Quantity Surveying graduate, returned to CPIT to share valuable industry

  6. 27 Apr 2018. Some 25 young Pasifika from across South Canterbury cooked up a storm at the Get Cooking - Pasifika event at Tamesa this week. The school holiday event has been successful at the Christchurch campus previously and has now been extended to

  7. 12 Nov 2013. CPIT is encouraging more women to consider a career in trades, announcing new scholarships and adding a new Top Female Trades student award at the annual Trades Innovation Institute (TII) celebration of achievement in trades training

  8. 22 Aug 2013. Ashburton is to get a large dose of peace and love when CPIT’s National Academy of Singing and Dramatic Art (NASDA) brings ‘60s rock musical Hair to town from 13 - 15 September. In the Age of Aquarius, as the tumultuous ‘60s was

  9. 23 Oct 2014. A heartbeat sensor triggering a light display is at the centre of CPIT’s installation for the Festival of Transitional Architecture (FESTA) this year. CPIT Bachelor of Architectural Studies students Rachael Berry and Haidee Woods are

  10. 22 Sep 2015. Charity begins at home but in this case it's in a CPIT kitchen. Charitable organisation FoodShare's "Cooking for a cause" initiative will be using CPIT's Food and Hospitality department facilities to prepare food for the Ronald McDonald