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CHRISTCHURCH — A new era of Māori Trade Training is starting in Ōtautahi.
CHRISTCHURCH — Samoan Language Week at CPIT, 1 June to 7 June 2011.
CHRISTCHURCH — CPIT architecture students have just a few days to breathe life into two cleared sites near their Madras Street campus this week and organisers can’t wait to see what they come up with.
CHRISTCHURCH — Aspiring musicians can keep pace with drummer Bobby Kennedy from OpShop, hone their song writing skills with L.A Mitchell and meet music industry professionals at the Chartfest Music Industry & Career Expo at CPIT on May 14.
CHRISTCHURCH — CPIT-trained performers will present their work Still Lives at the international Society for Disability Studies Conference in San Jose, California, 15 - 18 June, and they are being billed as a highlight of the influential four-day event.
CHRISTCHURCH — Homeless arts organisations have found refuge at CPIT’s Faculty of Creative Industries in a collaborative project with Creative New Zealand (CNZ) that has established a vibrant new creative hub on the edge of the cordoned CBD.
CHRISTCHURCH — New Zealand Prime Minister John Key will be adding another aspect to his wardrobe this year, high-visibility.
CHRISTCHURCH — Nine Christchurch CPIT CircoArts students will head to Melbourne’s National Institute of Circus Arts tomorrow to complete their circus training for 2011.
CHRISTCHURCH — CPIT electrical tutor Andrew Massie got to see the damage an earthquake can wreck on a city’s power network firsthand – then he rolled up his sleeves and helped with the repairs.
CHRISTCHURCH — Students from the National Academy of Singing and Dramatic Arts (NASDA) have sung and danced up an amazing $20,000 for earthquake relief in three separate concerts around the country.
CHRISTCHURCH — Canterbury Tertiary College (CTC) is offering students affected by the 22 February earthquake a free education initiative that allows them to complete their NCEA L2 and study a trade or skill at the same time.
CHRISTCHURCH — A major fundraising concert for Christchurch residents affected by the February earthquake will take place on Friday.
CHRISTCHURCH — Minister of Tertiary Education Steven Joyce and Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee visited CPIT’s Sullivan Ave campus recently to discuss the reoccupation of the city campus in Madras Street, trades education for the Canterbury region and international student support.
CHRISTCHURCH — Tim Hayashi of CPIT’s International Division says they have received many grateful messages and praise for their swift and smooth relocation of international students.
CHRISTCHURCH — A tweet from broadcasting student Cameron Betts sparked interviews with major American networks.
CHRISTCHURCH — CPIT staff were delighted to welcome many of their students back to class this week following huge efforts to relocate programmes that would have normally been run from the city campus.
CHRISTCHURCH — “Students will not immediately be returning to CPIT’s Madras Street campus once Zone 5 is cleared,” says CPIT CE Kay Giles.
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