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  • Doing the right thing for our learners

    When ākonga (learners) enrol at Wintec | Te Pūkenga, they are entrusting kaimahi (staff) to support them to be successful in their learner journey. This support comes in many forms, and Wintec kaimahi understand that there is more to a successful ākonga experience than academic achievement alone. The Wintec | Te Pūkenga approach aligns with the Education (Pastoral Care of Tertiary and International Learners) Code of Practice 2021.

  • Thames Health and Wellbeing Certificate helps students excel in the sector

    The Certificate in Health and Wellbeing provides students with the foundation knowledge, skills, and practical experiences to work alongside individuals, families and whānau accessing social and community services. Students gain a wide range of transferable skills essential to the role of a support worker.

  • Wintec | Te Pūkenga Pacific student lands dream job in the US

    Ruby Siakia is one of four siblings; her mum is New Zealand European, and her dad is Niuean. Her Dad moved to New Zealand with the dream of raising a family with ample opportunities at their fingertips. Ruby is the first in her family to graduate with a Bachelor’s degree. It’s been a journey, but she has just landed her dream entry job in Human Resources over in Missouri, United States of America.

  • Wintec Media Arts Showcase is back with a bang!

    Wintec's Creative Showcase in November and December is a window into the creativity of Media Arts students from across the creative disciplines. The events celebrate the fresh talent and hard work of graduating Art and Design, Communication, and Music and Performing Arts students in front of an audience of peers, whānau and the wider community.

  • Wintec’s vibrant and diverse Diwali celebrations

    The Wintec International Student Support team hosted fun, vibrant and diverse Diwali celebrations at the Wintec City and Rotokauri campuses, which included music, dance, henna, diya painting and traditional Diwali food and sweets.

  • Pacific ākonga share their voice

    Lumitugetha is our Pacific ākonga (learner) leadership group. They are a group of students who have either been recipients of our Peta Karalus Scholarships or they have demonstrated leadership qualities within our organisation.

  • Tailored innovative approach to build business leaders

    For four years, Wintec | Te Pūkenga has offered tailored professional development programmes for businesses. We've decided to share some of the epic testimonials coming from this space in a mini-series over the past few weeks. Our third focus is on Vestas New Zealand Wind Technology. Service Coordinator at Vestas, Karyn Brown, said Vestas Australian head office HSE department investigated all options available in New Zealand and decided on the Wintec course as the most suitable.

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