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  1. 05 Dec 2017. Ruby Sadat remembers the moment she was inspired to enrol in the Social Work degree at Tamesa Institute of Canterbury and gain the skills she needed to better help her community. Working with Christchurch Resettlement Services (CRS) at the

  2. 28 Feb 2013. Teaching conversational English in -10 degree temperatures in the Czech Republic wasn’t how Bachelor of Applied Management student Linda Duan imagined spending her summer holidays. She was offered the opportunity to spend six weeks

  3. 04 Sep 2014. Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Steven Joyce attended a ceremony in the Wharenui this morning to congratulate the latest Pasifika trades training scholarship recipients. The minister also praised CPIT Chief

  4. 15 Aug 2016. Home cooking was a top priority when students from Chengdu Technological University (CTU) gave feedback about their homestay experience following a four week programme at Tamesa Institute of Canterbury, which concluded on 5 August. While

  5. 30 Apr 2012. Temporary architecture, reuse of materials, community building and simple buildings are the themes of the 2. nd. annual Sustainable Habitat Challenge micro-architecture workshop, to be held at the CPSA building at CPIT on 2 and 3 May.

  6. 29 Mar 2012. Members of the Pasifika community, along with representatives from the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Pasifika and Islander Affairs, breakfasted at CPIT on 27 March to support emerging Pasifika leaders. Key note speaker, Dr

  7. 27 Mar 2012. A fast-paced traditional Māori sport played in the US, France and Italy is being revived in Christchurch by CPIT tutor Heperi Harris. The first CPIT Ki-o-rahi tournament was played at Linfield Park on 3 April from 8.30am to 2pm

  8. 27 Mar 2013. CPIT’s marae filled with soulful singing, chest thumping and poi swinging as Canterbury’s kapa haka groups performed to a packed house of family and community members on Sunday 26 March. The hakas at CPIT’as Te Puna Wānaka

  9. 11 May 2015. Canterbury's tertiary education institutes, the Canterbury District Health Board (CDHB), Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu and Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA) will launch the Health Precinct Advisory Council's brand and Strategic

  10. 12 Sep 2018: This course enables students to understand and use several different forms of digital communications. Course code. CFDC110. Level. 0. Credits. 0.0. Estimated hours. 20.0. Cost. $0.00. Please note: You may be charged a portion of the Compulsory