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Excellence in nursing training at SIT

Friday, 20 August 2021
Since March 2020, all SIT Nursing graduates sitting their State Final Examination from the Nursing Council have achieved a 100% pass...
#Nursing
Amjith Krishnanivas

Amjith Krishnanivas

Friday, 7 May 2021
Nursing Graduate
Five years ago, tyre industry worker Amjith Krishnanivas moved to New Zealand to join his wife who is a Registered Nurse, in Cromwell,...
#Nursing #Graduate Profile
SIT Nursing Graduate Sets New Te Araroa Trail Record

SIT Nursing Graduate Sets New Te Araroa Trail Record

Wednesday, 5 May 2021
Queenstown nurse Brooke Thomas made national headlines recently for setting a new women’s record in running the Te Araroa Trail....
#Graduate #Nursing
New Paper at SIT Focuses on Agricultural Healthcare

New Paper at SIT Focuses on Agricultural Healthcare

Wednesday, 31 March 2021
The Southern Institute of Technology (SIT) School of Nursing is excited to offer a unique opportunity to advance agricultural and rural...
#Nursing

Renee McElligott

Tuesday, 12 January 2021
New Zealand Certificate in Study and Career Preparation (Level 4) graduate

SIT2LRN has provided Renee McElligott the skills and confidence needed to take a leap into a new career.

#SIT2LRN #Student Profile #SITuation Magazine
Samantha Ndlovu

Samantha Ndlovu

Monday, 23 November 2020
Bachelor of Nursing

Year 1 SIT Nursing student Samantha tells us about what it is like to study Nursing at SIT.

#Student #Nursing
Dylan-Tane Moore

Dylan-Tane Moore

Tuesday, 22 September 2020
SIT Nursing Graduate
From rural beginnings in Southland, Dylan-Tane Moore has found himself in a nursing career and is well on his way to achieving his goal...
#SIT Graduate #Nursing #Māori Student
Virtual reality helping Invercargill nursing students to study Covid-19

Virtual reality helping Invercargill nursing students to study Covid-19

Friday, 3 July 2020

Even in a virtual world, Covid-19 can exist.

#SIT Invercargill #Nursing

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