09 March 2022
Denice Stock had a wide experience as a nurse, but that was a decade ago. Could she make it as a nurse again?
01 March 2022
For Manawatū builders Jack Lord and Connor Deane, receiving a Freemasons Willson Lewis Scholarship is an opportunity to take their careers to the next level.
25 February 2022
UCOL celebrated the outstanding lives of three individuals at the Honours Award ceremony on Thursday, 24 February.
24 February 2022
Whanganui-based Wendy Johns has returned to UCOL eighteen years after she left with one goal in mind – to finish what she started.
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.
02 February 2022
With around 10 billion devices connected to the internet worldwide and high profile data breaches becoming all too common, there is the growing need for New Zealand organisations to invest time, money, and personnel in protecting and storing data.
31 January 2022
More and more electric vehicles (EVs) are cruising Manawatū streets – but just like any other vehicle, they still need to pop into the shop for tune-ups and maintenance.
25 January 2022
When Sahra Hassan completed UCOL’s New Zealand Certificate in Early Childhood Education and Care (Level 4) in 2021 she didn’t expect she’d be repeating the class so soon.
12 January 2022
Indy Carthew always knew she wanted to work with animals, and despite suggestions that she should study veterinary science, she was not interested in surgery or diagnostics.
17 December 2021
A partnership between Te Ahu a Turanga: Manawatū Tararua Highway project and the Universal College of Learning (UCOL) is providing local people with training and employment opportunities on a major infrastructure project.
13 December 2021
Sous chefs at The Blind Finch Hamburgeria & Bakehouse in Ohakune have jumped at the opportunity to earn a UCOL cookery qualification while on the job.
08 December 2021
The Government’s Targeted Training and Apprenticeships Fund (TTAF) has had a big impact in the lower North Island, with learners and local employers reaping the benefits.