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Kia Ora and welcome to CPIT
You're about to embark on an exciting journey. The programme of study you're undertaking at CPIT is the first step towards improving your future and wellbeing, and that of your whānau, hapū and iwi.
Tertiary study requires hard work and dedication so it's important that you have the support of your whānau, and that they understand the challenges you're likely to face as a student.
Common bond in Te Reo brings students together
Medical Imagery and Workskills students at CPIT have been studying Te Reo together in a unique learning collaboration this term.Workskills students' Maori language prowess had proven invaluable to first year...
CPIT's week of Māori Language
Māori Language Week (Te Wiki o Te Reo) is an annual, national event where we recognise and celebrate our Māori culture.CPIT has a week of events and activities planned from...
He Toki Ki Te Mahi Launch
The He Toki ki te Mahi Apprenticeship Training Trust has been launched by Prime Minister, the Rt Hon John Key at Rehua Marae in Christchurch.With large numbers of Māori progressing...
He Toki students shine at Te Matatini
Around 50 He Toki ki te Rika Māori Trades Training and Pasifika Trades Training students, alongside CPIT staff, helped to make Te Matatini 2015 the memorable event it was from...
Intensity is the key to extraordinary Kapa Haka performance
Intensity and emotion will define the best Kapa Haka performances this weekend at Te Matatini, according to CPIT Māori culture and language tutor Hohepa Waitoa....
No Limits takes sell out show on the road
Following a sell-out season in Christchurch, No Limits and CPIT are taking their latest production, Through My Father’s Eyes, to Ashburton on 10 December, Oamaru on 12 December and back...