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  1. 14 Jul 2011. Japan’s consul to New Zealand, Mr Shoichi Kawai, presented the annual Consul’s prize for most improved second year Bachelor of Language (Japanese) student to Jordan McCormick this week. CPIT’s Japanese language students are a

  2. 19 Aug 2015. Medical Imagery and Workskills students at CPIT have been studying Te Reo together in a unique learning collaboration this term. Workskills students' Maori language prowess had proven invaluable to first year Bachelor of Medical

  3. 27 Jan 2016. Proud as: CPIT Aoraki student D'Braye Kemp with joinery tutor Nigel Jamieson. The 2015 Eke Panuku supreme award winner for trades is looking forward to furthering his study and career this year. Eighteen year-old D'Braye Kemp rounded

  4. 19 Oct 2016. Libby Mattison has always wanted to work in the health sector, but struggled at high school due to a learning disability. After enrolling in the Youth Guarantee Health and Support programme at Tamesa Institute of Canterbury, she’s now on

  5. 30 Jan 2017. Tamesa councillors are visiting Timaru businesses, and meeting with Aoraki Development, South Canterbury Chamber of Commerce, school principals and Tamesa Timaru Campus staff today (30 January) and tomorrow to continue to familiarise

  6. 04 Dec 2017. When news arrived that the all-women-crewed INVS Tarini was stopping in Christchurch, Tamesa was quick to respond with an invite to the City Campus Christchurch, hosted by staff from the Next Step Centre for Women and the International

  7. 22 Mar 2018. Michael Morris is sharing a painful memory with the Tamesa Music Arts students while speaking about the finer points of touring. The self-employed solo musician, recording artist and member of band the River Jesters is recalling a

  8. 06 Apr 2018. Miranda Satterthwaite left for the Kennedy Space Centre in Florida yesterday, taking 40 students from five different South Island schools with her. As the New Zealand space industry heats up, passionate educators at Tamesa Institute of

  9. 30 Nov 2015. New Zealand Broadcasting School (NZBS) student Kyan Krumdieck is aiming high – for the Cannes Film Festival. The CPIT Bachelor of Broadcasting Communications student has entered the award winning film "The Grind" that he made with

  10. 17 May 2017. The pressure will be on when cooking and hospitality students compete live at the Southern Lights Salon Culinaire Saturday 20 May. This is an annual competition, organised by Tamesa Institute of Canterbury, Otago Polytechnic Cromwell and