Health and Wellbeing news

Health and Wellbeing news

values-month

College values celebrated throughout August

NZTC staff joined together to celebrate the college’s values of Vision, Heart, Competence and Spirit.

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New students experience Kiwi culture

International students got a glimpse of New Zealand history and culture during the July orientation.

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First healthcare graduates celebrated at NZTC

Fourteen students graduated with a Level 3 qualification that is recognised under the pay equity settlement agreement.

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New students receive a warm welcome during NZTC orientation

NZTC’s April intake of students embraced the opportunity to learn more about the college and New Zealand during orientation week.

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Q + A series: Celebrating 35 years of NZTC

We spoke with Professor Claire McLachlan who has been awarded with the prestigious NZTC Fellowship of Honour.

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Hundreds attend Christchurch graduation ceremony

South Island based graduates were awarded with their ECE qualifications.

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New Zealand Tertiary College celebrates 35 years

NZTC is celebrating its 35 year history in 2017.

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A history of NZTC’s Chocolate Fish

In celebration of NZTC’s 35th anniversary in 2017, we look back at the history of the College’s iconic Choccie Fish.

First community toilet facility for small Indian rural village

First community toilet facility for small Indian rural village

NZTC supported the opening on Monday 6 March in Ballia, Uttar Pradesh.

Celebrating Women's Day

NZTC celebrates International Women’s Day

A day of celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women around the world.

NZTC launches Health and Wellbeing qualifications

NZTC launches Health and Wellbeing qualifications

For the first time in 35 years NZTC will grow beyond early childhood teacher education.

Celebrating our 35th year

Celebrating our 35th year

2017 is a very special year for New Zealand Tertiary College.