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ITI Member Articles

Monthly articles submitted by member organisations

NZMA and MIT Partner for the Future

An exciting future awaits students considering the plumbing and gasfitting field, with a unique partnership announced between NZMA and MIT. Students will now have the opportunity to enrol in a new programme, the MIT Certificate in Plumbing and Gasfitting Level 3, which will be delivered by NZMA at MIT’s Māngere campus from May 2017. Upon successful completion of the 30-week programme, graduates will have the option of pathwaying into MIT’s New Zealand Certificates or National Certificate programmes.
Whitecliffe Students Visit Sacred Lands of Ngāti Rangi

Whitecliffe Students Visit Sacred Lands of Ngāti Rangi

Sustainability, indigenous practices of land guardianship and alternative perspectives on the sharing of natural resources…these were some of the core learnings for students attending a four-day field trip and marae stay on the sacred tribal lands of Ngāti Rangi recently.
TLC Graduate Carves World-class Career

TLC Graduate Carves World-class Career

Digital effects artist, and former TLC art student (and staff member), Sarah de Schot, has reached the pinnacle of what would be any special effect artist’s dream – winning an Oscar. She was part of a team at visual effects company Double Negative, which won an Oscar and a Bafta award for their work on the Christopher Nolan sci-fi movie, Interstellar, in 2014.
MDS Students Win People’s Choice Award at Microsoft’s Imagine Cup

MDS Students Win People’s Choice Award at Microsoft’s Imagine Cup

Two Media Design School students have gained recognition for an innovate software application which connects families and caregivers with dementia patients.
TLC Takes Part in Upstream Art Trail

TLC Takes Part in Upstream Art Trail

Earlier this month Wellington’s sculpture scene was given a boost, thanks to the biennial Upstream Art Trail – a unique crowd-funded, four-day public art exhibition.
 Yoobee Tutor Creates Trip Down Memory Lane

Yoobee Tutor Creates Trip Down Memory Lane

A start-up project launched by a Christchurch Yoobee School of Design tutor is making a splash.
MFA Graduate Wins 2017 New Zealand Painting and Printmaking Award

MFA Graduate Wins 2017 New Zealand Painting and Printmaking Award

A Whitecliffe Master of Fine Arts (MFA) graduate and lecturer has won top prize at the 2017 New Zealand Painting and Printmaking Awards, which took place in Hamilton on February 17.

New Bulletin Builds Industry Knowledge

International Travel College (ITC) has just launched a new weekly airline, travel and tourism email to keep its students and graduates up to date with the latest industry trends.
Sky Noon Becomes First Kiwi Game to be Nominated for SXSW Gaming Awards

Sky Noon Becomes First Kiwi Game to be Nominated for SXSW Gaming Awards

New Zealand games studio Lunar Rooster, formed as part of the third-year Game Development programme at Media Design School, have become the very first New Zealand-based developers to be nominated for a Gamer’s Voice award at the South by Southwest (SXSW) festival in Austin Texas.
Unique Sports Programme Gets Youth Back into the Classroom

Unique Sports Programme Gets Youth Back into the Classroom

Sports-mad Waikato teens who are struggling at high school or are looking for a vocational pathway to employment have been thrown a lifeline thanks to a new partnership between private training provider NZMA and The Lowie Foundation, an independent New Zealand charity founded by rugby league legend Graham Lowe.
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