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New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology’s Construction and Infrastructure Centre of Vocational Excellence (ConCoVE) will support learners to build long-term futures, developing and retaining the workforce the country needs.
Manukau Institute of Technology has been chosen as the regional campus to host ConCoVE.
Nau Mai, Haere mai Whānau!
Auckland Council and Manukau Institute of Technology are proud to present Te Kete Aronui Makers’ Market, a family-oriented, community event to celebrate Matariki.
On Sunday 12 July, MIT Manukau will be where it’s at for music, kai, arts and crafts.
Manukau Institute of Technology is launching a new qualification designed to attract more Māori to health careers and teach the skills they need to help address existing inequalities.
Te Tohu Paetahi Tikanga Rangatira aa-Tapuhi, Bachelor of Nursing Māori (TTPTRT) is open to students from all backgrounds, preparing to deliver healthcare as a registered nurse with a particular focus on indigenous tikanga, reo and kaupapa.
MIT is welcoming new Head of Nursing, Associate Professor Deborah Rowe (Ngāi Tahu), as the institute increases its efforts to train a healthcare workforce to find innovative ways to address health disparities.
Manukau Institute of Technology has been announced as a finalist in two categories of the Westpac Auckland Business Awards.
These are Best Customer Service Delivery and Employer of the Year for the South and East regions.
MIT social work student Te’i Tuiasau received the New Horizon Women’s Trust award on Saturday, an award given to women who have been given a second-chance at life through education.
We have recently welcomed a group of lecturers from technical institutes in Indonesia who will be with us for six weeks.
Eighteen months ago, Hera Eruera was a stay-at-home mum of two kids. These days, she’s working as a trainee tutor at MIT’s School of Plumbing and Gasfitting , while doing an apprenticeship.
MIT's Children's Education Centre celebrated 25 years in July with music, dancing, singing and wonderful food.
Hafsar Tamesuddin left her homeland almost ten years ago. She was resettled in New Zealand in January this year, after spending eight years in Malaysia as a stateless ethnic Rohingya, born in Myanmar.