Study on-campus or by distance with the Centre of Viticulture and Wine at EIT, which is situated in New Zealand’s premium wine regions. Select from the widest range of winemaking and grapegrowing programmes offered in Hawkes Bay and Gisborne.
Levi Armstrong completed his Bachelor of Recreation and Sport at EIT Hawke’s Bay. Levi is a co-founder and trainer of PATU Aotearoa. Find out about Levi’s experiences at EIT and what inspires him.
Congratulations to all our recent graduates. Earlier this month we celebrated with 3 graduation ceremonies in Napier with over 400 graduates crossing the stage to accept their diplomas and degrees. Many families and friends joined the celebrations and their support was acknowledged. Well done to all those graduates and wishing you all the best for your future studies, travel or employment. We look forward to hearing all about your future experiences and success.
Experience studying in Napier at EIT Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand.
When you choose to study at EIT you’ll get the kind of experiences that will help you gain the knowledge and skills to get ahead, whether you want to break into your chosen career or to change direction in your life.
At EIT you’ll get the support you need to help make sure you get the rewards for your hard work. If you’re serious about study and your future, EIT is right behind you.
Your success starts here, at EIT!
However you define your success, when you study at EIT we’ll give you the experience and support you need, to help you achieve it.
You can choose from over 130 study options ranging from entry level to degree, and masters programmes.
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Ongekura – How do institutions like the British Museum protect and care for taonga that don’t inherently belong there?
We welcome you to join Dr Julie Adams who will share her experience and insights in this free public lecture on the protection and care of taonga. She is Curator Oceania at the British Museum and has worked on major research and exhibition projects at National Museums Scotland and the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Cambridge.
Dr Julie Adams studied at the Sainsbury Research Unit for the Arts of Africa, Oceania and the Americas. Her doctorate ‘Te Kahu Ukauka: The Enduring Maori Cloak’ (2007), examined the significance of Maori cloaks in contemporary Maori art.
Toihoukura are delighted that Dr Rangi Matamua returns in 2016 to speak again about Ringihia i te Kete: Language of the Stars. The kōrero builds on his first Public Lecture, which introduced the idea that current Māori beliefs around Matariki are based on the stories of other cultures.
Dr Matamua has produced a number of publications in his specialist areas of Māori Astronomy, Broadcasting and he has extensively researched areas of Māori language revitalisation and Culture.
His PhD examined the role of Māori language revitalisation, and he sits on a number of related boards including the Society for Māori Astronomy Research and Traditions (SMART).
All enquiries to Te Rina Armitt on 06) 869 0847.
Date: Thursday, 7 July 2016
Venue: Maia Gallery, Toihoukura, 80 Cobden Street, EIT Tairāwhiti
Tau Hou: An exhibition celebrating Matariki
Let your imagination run wild at EIT’s ideaschool. Our industry-experienced lecturers and purpose-built facilities will set you up for a career in visual arts and design, fashion, music or screen production.
Nicole Lilburn has recently graduated from the Bachelor of Nursing programme at EIT Hawke’s Bay. While studying Nicole found her calling in the Mental Health Sector. She is a busy mum of four and as well as successfully completing her degree she also landed her dream job at Hawke’s Bay Mental Health Unit.
EIT’s School of Trades and Technology provides students with the skills and qualifications to help access a career in the workplace.
Our Level 5 advanced diploma in culinary arts will take you to new heights of expertise. Develop your skills and employment prospects in fine dining, commercial kitchens and catering.
There are many things people consider when choosing a tertiary provider. You might choose to be close to home, have support of your family and friends, keep your part-time job and reduce your student loan. It might be so that you can enjoy the Hawke’s Bay lifestyle and get the right qualification, in modern facilities and with knowledgeable and well-connected lecturers. Whatever your reason, choose EIT.
At EIT you’ll get the support you need to make sure you get the rewards for your hard work. If you’re serious about study and your future, EIT is right behind you.
You’ll learn in classes that are the right size, to make sure that you get the involvement and support you need. You’ll get help and guidance with everything from study planning to applying for a job after you complete your studies. You’ll be supported by lecturers who are here for you. You’ll get the benefit of EIT’s long-established connections with industry throughout New Zealand. The participation of visiting industry experts will help you develop relevant work skills and get useful industry contacts which can set you on the path to a great job, while you are studying.
The Trades Academy works with secondary schools and EIT to provide year-long trades programmes to help students achieve NCEA Level 2 and prepare for higher-level study.
Jascha Oldham-Selak is in his third year of the Concurrent Bachelor of Wine Science and Bachelor of Viticulture degree at EIT Hawke’s Bay. Jascha has just completed a vintage at Te Mata Estate Winery. Jascha has been awarded the Constellation and Bragto Scholarships during his study and he is looking forward to a bright future in the industry. Share with Jascha his experiences as a student moved here from West Auckland to the beautiful and thriving wine country Hawke’s Bay.
EIT Hawke’s Bay offers carpentry programmes to suit your needs. Study our Level 2 pre-trade course and get the experience you need to get a labouring job. Continue your study with an EIT apprenticeship and be supported by industry experienced lecturers and continuous support while you are on the job.
Karen Albert completed her Bachelor of Arts (Māori) degree at Te Whatukura, EIT Tairāwhiti. Karen shares with us her experiences, her journey and her passion for supporting students during their time at EIT.
Sue Walker owner of Happy Days Child Care in Taradale has employed six EIT Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood Education) graduates. Sue talks about why she loves EIT graduates and how they are “work ready”. Michelle Rochester talks about her experiences while studying and why she chose early childhood education.
Nate wanted a better job and loved getting his hands dirty. Nate graduated from EIT with the Certificate in Engineering. Whilst studying he got the industry contact to score his dream job at Red Steel. Nate loves the Hawke’s Bay lifestyle, the sun, the beaches the fishing and waking up everyday with his dream job!
This 30 second clip is a window to some of what goes at Fashion in ideaschool, and represents a concerted effort from each of our departments. It features music by our 2013 Ian Morris Award winner Amanda Weedon, and were shot and edited by Screen graduate John Norris of Top Blokes Productions. Enjoy!
Check out the freshly renovated EIT hairdressing premises.
EIT hospitality graduates hit the ground running. Purpose-built facilities and close links with industry partners provide our students with hands-on experience in a work environment.
This 30 second clip is a window to some of what goes at music in ideaschool, and represents a concerted effort from each of our departments. It features music by our 2013 Ian Morris Award winner Amanda Weedon, and were shot and edited by Screen graduate John Norris of Top Blokes Productions. Enjoy!
This 30 second clip is a window to some of what goes at screen production in ideaschool, and represents a concerted effort from each of our departments. It features music by our 2013 Ian Morris Award winner Amanda Weedon, and were shot and edited by Screen graduate John Norris of Top Blokes Productions. Enjoy!
Prepare for a career in sport, recreation, or the fitness industry. EIT’s Recreation & Sport programmes are designed for people aiming to become highly qualified professionals in recreation, sport & exercise science, sport coaching, sport/leisure management & leaders in the health and fitness industry.
This 30 second clip is a window to some of what goes at Visual Art and Design in ideaschool, and represents a concerted effort from each of our departments. It features music by our 2013 Ian Morris Award winner Amanda Weedon, and were shot and edited by Screen graduate John Norris of Top Blokes Productions. Enjoy!
In this lecture, Mike Spedding offers a personal perspective on some significant heritage sites in Aotearoa, their current condition – good, bad and indifferent – as well as some thoughts on their future. He shares his views on managing these places, and shares some encouraging examples where Māori are re-claiming sites that are significant to them, telling their own stories and re-imagining them through the lens of the Creative Arts.
Mike Spedding has worked in the heritage sector for over 25 years, as a curator, writer, educator and museum Director. For the last 12 years he has worked as a consultant; managed nationally significant heritage places, helped develop tertiary qualifications, designed heritage education projects and published widely.
His close association with Toihoukura began during his time as Director at the Tairāwhiti Museum. This relationship has endured through a number of mutually relevant projects, including a regular teaching slot at Toihoukura. He also helped to develop Toihoukura’s Te Ara Pourewa: Graduate Diploma in Museum and Heritage Studies in 2015, in which Mike conceptualised the qualification then took a lead role in its accreditation through NZQA.
FREE ENTRY- THIS EVENT WILL BE LIVESTREAMED
(light refreshments will be available)
All enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org or 06 8690847
AT EIT you’ll get the support you need to help make sure you get the rewards for your hard work. If you’re serious about study and your future, EIT is right behind you.
The focus of Toihoukura is to ensure the continuing development of art forms that are specifically Māori. This is promoted through the development of, and participation in an arts ‘wānanga’ learning environment that encourages the personal and professional development of every student.