Posts Tagged ‘CPIT’

10th July 2012
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Government Investment in Māori Trade Training in Christchurch is welcomed

Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu, Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology (CPIT) and Hawkins Construction welcome the Government’s further $1million investment in Māori Trade Training in Christchurch. In June last year, Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu, CPIT and industry partners launched He Toki ki te Rika (Māori Trades Training) in response to the projected demand for…

16th December 2011
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Hawkins Construction And Te Rūnanga O Ngāi Tahu Establish Partnership

Thursday 15 December An initiative announced today marks the creation of a partnership between Hawkins Construction (South Island) and Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu that will foster employment opportunities for local Māori in the Canterbury region. Prompted by predictions of a labour shortage necessary for the Canterbury recovery, Hawkins and Te Rūnanga entered into discussion…

2nd September 2011
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Congratulations to Hana O’Regan

Ko te kōpū uriuri. He puna hekeka takata. I rere i a Waiariki-o-āio, i a Hotu Māmoe, i a Hemo ki te Raki. E te aitaka a kā hākui, e Hana, e noho whakahīhī ana mātou ki a koe me tāu mahi autaia tonu. Nei rā te mihi kau atu ki a koe, anō he…

4th July 2011
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Māori Respond to Trades Call to Action

If the He Toki ki te Rika Māori Trades Expo at CPIT on Friday 8 July was a call to action then Māori have responded with 113 people signing up for the new initiative. Addressing the large gathering at CPIT’s Trades Innovation Institute, Kaiwhakahaere (Chair) Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu Mark Solomon said the future…

24th August 2009
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Pita Sharples to Talk to Maori Youth

24 August 2009 Dr Pita Sharples, co-leader of the Maori party, will meet and talk to senior secondary school students at a three day leadership forum – Tu Mai Rakatahi – at Living Springs on Banks Peninsula this week. Over eighty Maori students from throughout Canterbury have registered to participate in the tenth annual Tu…

4th March 2009
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Foreshore and Seabed Review Welcomed

4 March 2009 Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu congratulates Hana O’Regan (Ngāi Tahu) for her selection as one of the ministerial panel to review the Foreshore and Seabed Act and welcomes the announcement that the terms of reference have been reached. Hana O’Regan, Dean of Te Puna Wanaka at the Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology,…