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  1. 06 Dec 2017. “The Trades Awards event is a great opportunity to recognise students who have chosen a trades career and have shown that they are excelling in their chosen career. We are very grateful to our industry partners for the impressive

  2. 13 Jun 2017. Tamesa Institute of Canterbury concluded a review of its Primary Industries lower level programmes today. Affected staff attended a meeting with managers in Timaru this afternoon to receive the report “Tamesa Institute of Canterbury,

  3. 25 May 2016. Robotics will play an important role in the colonisation of Mars. Image provided by NASA. NASA is backing Tamesa Institute of Canterbury's Mission to Mars programme for Year 9 and 10 students. The United States' National Aeronautics and

  4. 12 Sep 2018: Disability Services offers assistance to students with disabilities. Students accessing Disability Services may have physical or sensory impairments, learning disabilities, physical or mental health conditions, injuries, or they may be members of

  5. 12 Sep 2018: Led by team of professionals, Tamesa Art and Design offers courses in fields such as graphic design, multi-media design, printmaking, sculpture, fashion design and photography.

  6. 25 Aug 2014. CPIT students have been awarded two of the top spots in a nationwide Japanese speech competition. Year Three student Tane Webster won first place in the Japanese Study Aotearoa New Zealand (JSANZ) contest, while Hao Ming Lee took out

  7. 23 Jun 2017. Tamesa second year Fashion Design and Technology student Marike Uys has taken her design from the catwalk to a public space in Cathedral Square. Marike won a Christchurch City Council competition with a print design that she created for

  8. 10 Oct 2012. Christchurch City Council (CCC) is all in favour of CPIT’s ArtBox project. The council’s Community, Recreation and Culture Committee has recommended that CCC contribute $30, 000 to support displaced artists through this innovative

  9. 07 Nov 2016. The annual Youth Pathways Showcase is the highlight for Tamesa Institute of Canterbury’s 600 Youth Guarantee and Canterbury Tertiary College (CTC) students, who join with their family and friends to celebrate the completion of their 2016

  10. 19 Aug 2011. Performing arts graduates from CPIT were at the top of the list for consideration when Lara McGregor, the Fortune Theatre’s new Artistic Director, cast New Zealand’s first local production of the Broadway hit musical Avenue Q. The