13 December 2022
UCOL | Te Pūkenga Horowhenua has expanded its study offerings for 2023.
01 December 2022
Ākonga (learners) from UCOL Te Pūkenga U-Skills Academy programmes have been recognised for their hard work and achievements at a series of prize-giving events.
01 November 2022
Today has marked the transition of UCOL becoming part of the national vocational education provider Te Pūkenga, 130 years after the Manawatū campus of UCOL was founded.
06 July 2022
UCOL reported to Te Pūkenga last week on new blended programmes of study to be provided across New Zealand from 2022.
03 June 2022
The opportunity to get ahead in a health career is about to get a whole lot easier, with UCOL offering more flexible learning options for Horowhenua and Kāpiti residents to become an Enrolled Nurse.
16 February 2022
With business booming and Horowhenua and Kapiti set to host more and more major infrastructure projects, UCOL Horowhenua is wanting to make sure training opportunities are available and accessible.
07 September 2021
UCOL Horowhenua’s hard work brings them a step closer in their goal to being the first Institute of Technology Polytechnic (ITP) in the country awarded Ako Aotearoa’s Dyslexia-Friendly Quality Mark (DFQM).
08 July 2021
Students at UCOL Horowhenua got into the Matariki celebrations last week, with a hangi and a special performance by Nga Kotuku o Punahau kapa haka group from Levin Intermediate School.
01 June 2021
WorkSafe New Zealand and UCOL are teaming up to make sure that construction students are ready for their apprenticeships, with a new learning initiative that helps them further develop their skills assessing and managing work risks.
17 March 2021
Classes are in full swing at UCOL Horowhenua, and there’s more learners coming through the door than ever before.
16 March 2021
1,787 graduands will receive their qualifications during UCOL’s Graduation season, with many overcoming the challenges of studying through 2020’s COVID-19 alert level changes.
28 January 2021
Learners in the Manawatū, Whanganui, Wairarapa, and Horowhenua regions are flocking at the chance to take up free study covered by the Government’s Targeted Training and Apprenticeship Fund (TTAF).