WORLD CLASS SKILLS FOR HAWKE'S BAY INDUSTRY

Do you want to start your career in a trade and build your pathway to a successful future? Do you want to employ the best talent the region has to offer?

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"It's a pleasure to be able to help Māori and Pasifika students achieve their dreams. When they graduate, the look on their faces and the pride shown by their whānau is rewarding for us all".

Rhys Thurston- Te Ara o Tākitimu Co-ordinator

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Meet the staff that will support you in your study journey

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Student Success Stories

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Stay tuned with our latest news and updates about studying at Te Ara o Tākitimu

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Breaking Restraints with Chris Treacher

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October 15, 2020

Too often we aren't looking at our problems through the right lense. Often we stay stuck on the wrong aspects of a problem, without analysing situations as a whole...

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Kua Takoto Te Manuka - Student Welcoming Hui 2020

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October 15, 2020

On Friday the 31st, 2020, the staff and students of Te Ara o Takitimu engaged in an all-day welcoming hui, Kua Takoto Te Manuka. This was the final step in the scholarship application process. Coordinator, Rhys Thurston, described the day as “a time for us to come together to learn and talk about resilience and overcoming the barriers to employment”.

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Kua Takoto Te Mānuka 2020

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March 20, 2020

Pre Acceptance Scholarship Hui

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