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  1. 12 Sep 2018: Maths Support at City Campus, Christchurch. Many programmes and courses contain a maths component, which many students find difficult. We are here to:. help unblock your maths "phobia". build your confidence with numeracy and basic maths concepts.

  2. 23 Jul 2014. Information and Communication Technology is one of the hottest careers around and CPIT is at the forefront of training those for employment in this area. Josh Klazinga, 22, is living proof of the demand for CPIT graduates. Klazinga only

  3. 24 Jul 2015. Māori Language Week (Te Wiki o Te Reo) is an annual, national event where we recognise and celebrate our Māori culture. CPIT has a week of events and activities planned from 27 to 31 July designed to make everyone expand their

  4. 16 Sep 2016. Vowels will collide on a glass canvas on the new Te Kei building at Tamesa Institute of Canterbury in Catherine Griffiths’latest commission. Catherine Griffiths. Currently under construction, Te Kei (Administration Hub) will bring

  5. 12 Sep 2018: Jo. Trades graduate. Check out the video of Jo and find out why she chose to study Trades at Tamesa.

  6. 13 Feb 2017. Tamesa Institute of Canterbury continues to develop a network of relationships with Japanese institutions following a recent visit to Kagoshima and Tokyo. Tamesa Timaru Campus computing tutor Alister Macgregor visited the National Institute

  7. 21 Jun 2016. Christchurch's female engineers and IT professionals have rushed to support an initiative that demystifies the sectors for secondary school girls. ShadowTech brings the students into IT and engineering workplaces and allows them to

  8. 16 Oct 2017. What started as a gap year turned into a career when Jamie Marr gave up the office life for the great outdoors. Jamie Marr in the Darran mountains – experience is everything. Time spent working in a rock climbing gym opened up new

  9. 23 Jul 2014. Be unique, be sincere and be proficient, says prominent New Zealand musician Warren Maxwell. That’s the advice he has been giving promising young musicians for 10 years and he will give CPIT Musical Arts students the same advice when

  10. 09 Sep 2011. Jazz school students from CPIT had a masterclass with one of New Zealand’s best-loved musicians last week when singer-songwriter Dave Dobbyn called in to play a song or two with students and talk about songwriting. Dave was in