News - Tairāwhiti Gisborne Campus

From study to employment in 48 hours
May 2, 2017

Shaun Whyte did not have long to wait until he put the skills learned at EIT to use. Shaun graduated from EIT Tairāwhiti’s NZ Certificate in Forest Harvesting Operations [Level 3], a...

The Māori Renaissance Continues After Class
January 11, 2017

EIT’s Te Whatukura not only gives students a door into te ao Māori, it also gives its lecturers a base they can use to strengthen, broaden and explore the world of Māori. Marei Norris...

Still Time to Catch Spring
November 16, 2016

If you have been rained out of your garden, don’t duck-dive the green wave of spring and wait for next year -- with some determined digging you can get back on track. With the Manutuke...

Battler Gains Degree
October 28, 2016

EIT graduate Rosina Reiri has redeemed hard-won experience and sorrow in helping others.  Born in Dannevirke and raised in Tikitiki, Rosina lost her father when she was eight, and her mother at...

Automotive Graduate profile – EIT Tairāwhiti
July 27, 2016

Study at EIT gave Wiremu Raihania the knowledge to start his career as a diesel mechanic and being keen did the rest, says Williams & Wilshier service supervisor Hanan Stevens.“Wiremu has...

Engineering profile – EIT Tairāwhiti
July 27, 2016

As a young person who loved working with his hands, Jonathan Wilkie got off to a flying start at Universal Engineering.He got a taste for engineering at Universal as part of Gisborne Boys High...

Carpentry Graduate profile – EIT Tairāwhiti
July 27, 2016

“It gives me a good feeling”: Malachi Lewis (right) found the way in to a career in building things through a Level 2 and 3 Certificate in Carpentry at EIT then a great job with Sam Gavin...