News

  • TESOL: a chance to see and teach the world

    Teaching English to speakers of other languages may sound challenging. Still, it can be one of the most rewarding jobs in the world, and you can do it while seeing the world, says Wintec graduate Michelle Ramsay.

  • Tuākana: Students helping other students

    Students face challenges every day, and not all those challenges are academic, that’s why Wintec has a Tuākana programme to support our ākonga (students) on a holistic level.

  • Wintec students taking refuge in education

    Wintec’s Centre for Languages (CfL) currently has just over 100 students who identify themselves as former refugees. This World Refugee Day we showcase some of Wintec's former refugee learners – from the journeys they made from their home countries, their settlement stories, and their hopes and dreams for their and their children’s futures.

  • Wintec and Toi Ohomai make first transition to Te Pūkenga

    Te Pūkenga welcomed its first 24,000 ākonga (learners) and an additional 1,700 kaimahi (staff), with Waikato Institute of Technology (Wintec) and Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology moving into the national provider today.

  • An advanced tick for gender equality at Wintec

    Wintec, which was the first tertiary provider in New Zealand to receive the GenderTick in 2020, has now taken yet another step in its gender equity journey, achieving Advanced GenderTick Accreditation.

  • Wintec committed to transparency around Pay Equity

    Wintec has led the way as one of the first tertiary institution in Aotearoa to share its current pay gap figures on the Mind the Gap Registry and its commitment to transparency around pay equity.

  • Welcoming Leon Fourie to the Wintec whānau

    The Wintec whānau held a pōwhiri to welcome Leon Fourie as Wintec Toi Ohomai Executive Transitional Lead, at Te Kōpū Mānia o Kirikiriroa marae at our Hamilton City Campus. The pōwhiri was attended by Toi Ohomai kaimahi, leaders, mana whenua, Pacific leaders, as well as Wintec senior staff and kaimahi.

  • Putting the Kauri into our Rotokauri campus

    If you’ve walked around our beautiful Rotokauri Campus something you may have noticed there is a lack of, well, Kauri trees. Not any more! Trades and Engineering Operations Manager, Matt Williams has initiated a project to revitalise our Rotokauri Campus by returning its aesthetic back to its namesake.

  • Innovative approach to help anxious tamariki through Covid-19

    Sitting in a classroom in Whatawhata, a group of enthusiastic students find Mauri Tau, a magical mōkai – pet – of Tāne Mahuta, god of forests, birds and people. Looking on with pride is the first-time author, an academic from Waikato Institute of Technology (Wintec).

  • Wintec Board meets for the last time

    Wintec board members met for their final scheduled meeting in Hamilton. This significant milestone is part of Wintec’s early move to Te Pūkenga on 1 June 2022, which includes the dissolution of the Wintec board.

  1. 1 (current)
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. 6
  7. 7
  8. 8
  9. 9
  10. 10

Wintec is part of Te Pūkenga - New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology Learn More

Learn with purpose

Explore Te Pūkenga

Te Kāwanatanga o Aotearoa - New Zealand Government

Te Kāwanatanga o Aotearoa - New Zealand Government

Copyright © 2022 Wintec