Unitec news stories - Page 2
Teachers to undergo tech overhaul at Unitec
Unitec says its teachers will spend the next 18 months developing the skills needed to implement a ‘new and innovative’ style of learning.
Unitec tech hub gets underway
Unitec has released the first designs of its new technology hub, the first major step in the education institute’s 10-year $200m campus redevelopment.
The Mind Lab: Igniting innovation in students and teachers
The Mind Lab by Unitec is an education offering for Kiwi children and teachers. It’s dedicated to science, technology, innovation and discovery.
New weapon in anti-malware armoury launched
Unitec's Red Alert will provide another layer of defence against cyber criminals, potentially saving money and protecting client data.
Perfect timing for cyber security boost
"We are a trusted nation and this asset of trust can be used to create opportunities for companies in the areas of the cloud and security. We can make New Zealand a hub for cyber security and cloud services that has the trust of the world."
IBM heads up innovative partnership to boost local digital economy
"Unitec students are benefiting from unique career development opportunities and developing skills that are highly valued by employers, giving them a significant edge when they graduate and look to transition into another job."
Unitec competition challenges girls to create apps
The Unitec Institute of Technology is holding a competition 'Mobile App Competition for Girls' to introduce high school students to the world of computer science.
New qualification arms teachers with digital skills
A new postgraduate qualification in digital and collaborative learning by The Mind Lab at Unitec will give teachers the opportunity to gain a suite of new digital skills, progressive teaching practices and the ability to transfer knowledge directly to their teaching community.
Fortune 500 company delivers opportunities to Unitec
The Fortune 500 company Concentrix has joined the IBM Delivery Centre at Auckland’s Unitec Institute of Technology, with the partnership bringing numerous benefits to the students and the business community.
PM opens IBM's Auckland delivery centre
John Key on hand to formally open IBM's first New Zealand delivery centre, creating up to 400 new jobs in the process.
IBM plans 400 jobs in Auckland
IBM’s new delivery centre looks set to offer a Kiwi jobs boost with a huge recruitment drive predicted for the next two years.
Interview: Steve Riley
A SMEG-head! Steve Rielly has more than 16 years of experience with IT security and network consulting in New Zealand.