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.
07 September 2022
A unique partnership between UCOL Wairarapa and Pūkaha National Wildlife Centre is creating work-ready rangers to help protect flora and fauna across Aotearoa for generations to come.
10 November 2021
A group of Whanganui secondary students interested in a career in the Police force have got a head start after completing a foundation programme through UCOL.
18 December 2020
Applications for UCOL’s U-Skills Trades Academy hit 1,000 for the first time this year, with new community partnerships providing secondary school students with greater access to vocational education.
15 November 2019
There has been cause for a double celebration in the Sorrell household recently.
15 October 2019
Secondary school students who have completed U-Skills Academy programmes will be celebrated at a series of awards evenings throughout October.
28 July 2019
UCOL Manawatū is set to open its doors to potential students with its winter-themed Open Day on 7 August.
21 November 2018
Seven Tararua College students have successfully received offers of employment as a result of completing Infrastructure Works training at UCOL while still in school.
12 October 2018
Over 400 secondary schools students from the lower North Island will be finishing the school year with new skills and knowledge in their chosen Vocational Pathway after completing U-Skills Academy programmes at UCOL.
28 November 2017
The success of 302 secondary school students who completed U-Skills Academy programmes this year was recognised at ceremonies in Otaki, Palmerston North, Whanganui and Carterton.
17 October 2016
180 secondary school students were recognised as U-Skills graduates at a ceremony held at the Palmerston North Convention Centre last week.
11 July 2016
A U-Skills student has won an innovation award and $5000 worth of study scholarships for coming up with a sheep milk product to improve the diet of New Zealanders.