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11
Sep

Students who wish to study at SIT are assured that multi-year programmes are safe to enrol in, with the Government confirming the polytechnic will take enrolments right through to 2023 at this stage.

06
Sep

The Invercargill Licensing Trust and Southern Institute of Technology have announced they will join forces on a first-of-its-kind inner-city initiative.

The two organisations agreed to develop a link between the Kelvin Hotel and SIT's proposed neighbouring 47-apartment build to create a fully operational training hotel - a first for New Zealand.

03
Aug

Invercargill leaders have vowed to fight a Government decision to centralise the Southern Institute of Technology [SIT] with 15 other polytechnics and training institutes nationwide.

Mayor Tim Shadbolt said he was in "absolute disbelief they could do such a terrible thing to our city" and said legal action would be taken against the decision.

"They have really ripped the heart out of Invercargill with this announcement."

01
Aug

Invercargill's Mayor is vowing to fight plans to combine New Zealand's polytechnics.

The Government proposed a nationwide merger on Thursday, bringing all 16 polytechnics into one to be called the New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology.

01
Jul

Check out #Grabarandom - Invercargill with Air New Zealand's grab a seat. 

19
Jun

Three-dimensional ‘Hololens’ technology is bringing a new level of realism to nursing education at the Southern Institute of Technology.

17
Jun

SIT's new programmes are carefully developed to align with Southland Development Strategy (SoRDS) goals to meet Southland's industry labour needs.

10
Jun

The SIT Trades and Technology Faculty has recently purchased five sets of augmented reality (AR) welding equipment to enhance their students’ learning experience.

23
May

A staple of New Zealand farming history and agricultural education since 1964, Telford’s Balclutha campus extends over 921 hectares of with halls of residence and facilities, technical workshops (machinery, carpentry and welding), classrooms and livestock units.

23
May

Unprecedented flooding in Franz Josef on March 26 washed away the Waiho Bridge leaving many farmers on the Southside struggling to re-establish fences and restore land.

 

Mark Patterson has requested help from both Telford staff and students advising Westland Mayor Bruce Smith yesterday that a van load of students will arrive at the Southside of the Waiho to lend a hand for the week.

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