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  1. 29 Oct 2015. CPIT Bachelor of Design graduate Dallas Matoe is carving out a new career through the development of a children's educational art programme for a Christchurch charitable trust. Matoe started working for He Tohutohu Pai ki Waitaha, also

  2. 12 Jul 2012. Minister for Women’s Affairs, the Hon Jo Goodhew, visited CPIT this week to talk about attracting women into trades. The minister joined a workshop of managers from CPIT’s Trades Innovation Institute for an informal discussion to

  3. 12 Sep 2018: International student fees. Fees shown for programmes are for the upcoming intake. They are per year or the period of the programme if it is less than one year. The amounts shown for international students in the listings are NZ$. To obtain a

  4. 18 Oct 2012. CPIT’s National Academy of Singing and Dramatic Art (NASDA) students were buzzing after a visit from legendary British actress and singer Elaine Paige this week. Paige told stories of humble beginnings, shared some professional advice

  5. 12 May 2016. There is a lot of talent in Christchurch and that will be evident at the APRA InTune songwriting awards concert this Sunday, says Harry Harrison, Music Arts tutor at Tamesa Institute of Canterbury. The InTune competition, funded by APRA,

  6. 26 Oct 2012. From zero knowledge to creating electricity from different sources – CPIT’s Pre-Trade Electrical students showed how much they have learned this year during a presentation of final year projects to key industry partners. The

  7. 29 Nov 2012. CPIT’s School of Food and Hospitality will extend a warm welcome to thousands of bees today and tutor David Spice hopes the school’s new beekeeping initiative will inspire other Christchurch businesses to offer their rooftops to

  8. 10 Sep 2018. Learning Te Reo has enabled Tania Gilchrist (Ngāti Porou, Te Whānau-ā-Apanui, Ngāti Kahungunu, Tuhoe) to create a richer, more satisfying career – and life. With the confidence she gained from completing the Bachelor of Māori

  9. 06 Nov 2012. Another 30 Canterbury secondary school students are now on the path to a career thanks to CPIT’s Tertiary Tasters scholarship programme. The students from Hornby High, Tamesanui High, Mairehau High and Hillmorton High were awarded

  10. 14 Mar 2014. CPIT has teamed up with the country’s leading robotics educators to bring robots to South Island students. The New Zealand Robotics Charitable Trust, known as the Kiwibots, was formed to inspire interest in science and technology in