If anyone understands the importance of solid industry training it’s Crew Leader Composite Contractor Group, Doug Hall and Crane Operator Trainee Nikola (Nik) Taylor from New Zealand’s Aluminium Smelter (NZAS).
SIT Veterinary Nursing tutor Jeanine McDonald and her husband Stan recently featured on New Zealand's longest running television programme, 'Country Calendar'.
Southland's Nepalese community have helped raise nearly $25,000 for victims of the Nepal earthquake. A cheque was presented to the Red Cross at SIT last week.
SIT SIT2LRN Head of Faculty Dr Teri McClelland was invited to present at the World Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Conference in Sarawak Malaysia in August.
In Sue Morton's 'Portraits and Portrayals' exhibition, notable Taranaki identities and business heavyweights are shown for who they are "behind the scenes."
September 18 saw over 150 high school students at SIT’s campus in Invercargill for Open Day 2015.
For first-year Animation student Reuben Hayward, animation is a family affair. Three of the six siblings in his family are animators and a fourth is an avid drawer, Hayward said.
Invercargill town crier Lynley McKerrow tried on her new robes designed by SIT fashion students Sharleen Kiff and Alice Bathurst, for the first time yesterday.
The relocation of a new house may seem part of the everyday norm in Queenstown but one recently marked a milestone for the SIT Queenstown campus.
A Southland student was given the chance of a lifetime when he was offered an internship during the filming of Pete's Dragon.
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