13 April 2022
UCOL Wairarapa beauty students are seeing the benefits of working part-time in the industry while studying towards a diploma.
28 March 2022
In the early days of Trinity Roots, Warren started learning te reo Māori to reconnect with his whakapapa. Now with a Level 4 Te Reo Māori qualification under his belt, Warren is proud to be teaching beginner classes at UCOL Wairarapa.
01 December 2021
UCOL Beekeeping Students Buzzing About New Jobs
29 November 2021
It’s crucial for farmers to keep up with the changing times – and UCOL’s new Farming Systems and Equipment (Level 3) programme aims to help newcomers do just that.
28 July 2021
Training for a new career while raising children has its challenges, but apprentice mechanic Danielle Couchman encourages other parents to follow their dreams.
10 June 2021
WorkSafe New Zealand and UCOL are teaming up with a new learning initiative that helps construction students further develop their skills assessing and managing work risks.
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).
15 December 2020
Partnering with Ministry of Primary Industries, UCOL staff at Taratahi hosted New Zealand veterans on a week-long Taster workshop.
19 November 2020
A key partner in the region’s post COVID journey to prosperity, UCOL has teamed up with the Manawatu, Whanganui, and Wairarapa Chambers of Commerce to offer free qualifications to improve the capabilities of local businesses.
23 October 2020
Former nurse Dr Janice Wenn and early childhood teacher Braidie Heberley have received special UCOL awards recognising their contributions to the Wairarapa community.
20 October 2020
The call of the wild is going out to young people, tangata whenua, and those affected by COVID-19, with UCOL and Pūkaha National Wildlife Centre announcing new training for protecting and conserving our native taonga.