26 July 2023
UCOL | Te Pūkenga and Naenae College have teamed up to introduce a new engineering course, opening the door for high school students to explore their passion for engineering.
21 July 2023
A six-way partnership has enabled 23 secondary school learners to begin studying civil infrastructure in Fulton Hogan’s brown mix quarry this week.
06 July 2023
At the age of 21, UCOL | Te Pūkenga apprentice Ethan Gwyn has made his mark in the world of joinery, recently being honoured with the Best Fitment Under 2 Years award at the Master Joiners Apprentice Awards 2023.
18 May 2023
Queen Elizabeth College Principal Chris Moller, has seen how Trades Academy programmes benefit students from as early as Year 11.
10 May 2023
Te Pūkenga has begun expanding a cultural capability training model that will improve the learning experiences and outcomes for ākonga (learner) Māori and underserved learners.
09 May 2023
Manawatū construction workers and students have been awarded Freemasons Willson Lewis Scholarships totalling $17,500, to assist them with their studies and career advancement.
12 April 2023
UCOL Te Pūkenga kaimahi (staff) and ākonga (learners) have been using their skills to support Manawatū Youth Theatre’s (MYTH) production of Moana JR.
13 December 2022
UCOL | Te Pūkenga Horowhenua has expanded its study offerings for 2023.
20 September 2022
UCOL | Te Pūkenga Manawatū held its first-ever women in trades forum for ākonga | students in August, with a second due to be held next week.
16 August 2022
A group of UCOL’s architectural students have teamed up with Whanganui District Council to help create a new ticketing booth for the iconic Cooks Gardens.
19 July 2022
UCOL reported to Te Pūkenga recently on new blended programmes of study that use an authentic blended delivery approach - face to face, self-directed and workplace learning.
22 June 2022
Two commercial road transport programmes have been launched at UCOL | Te Pūkenga Wairarapa to support the region's booming logistics sector.