When you are in business or you want to be in business, computer skills become even more important.
Te Wananga o Aotearoa has the perfect range of computing courses for you.
We will help you become more confident and capable in today’s digital world regardless of your current skill or experience.
All you have to do is listen to our tutors and students to know this is the place for you.
Bhuyi, one of our computing tutors, said, “We have mothers here who are learning about emails and the Internet, so that they are up to date with the modern technology.”
Radha Mani, a former computing student shares her experience: “I had very limited knowledge in computing but now I am very confident in using computers. This has been a great help to me as I have been studying towards my degree.
So, what is Te Wananga o Aotearoa?
It is a unique learning environment celebrating diversity of culture, lifestyles, and study needs. It does not matter where you come from or how old you are; we have 10 campuses across the Auckland region where you will be welcomed with open arms.
What about scheduling of classes, if you are working or if you are busy juggling life with children?
We offer a range of flexible study times.
Many of our courses have zero fees, because making education accessible to communities is a top priority for us.
Computing Department Manager Puawau Muru said that students are encouraged and supported to achieve their fullest potential.
“Our students get the opportunity to be immersed in Maori cultural values, and this helps them to broaden their perspective and incorporate these values into their everyday lives, she said.
Ask around. Former students have great experiences to share. As one says, ‘It was unforgettable. The members of our staff are very caring and supportive.’ The campus has up-to-date and excellent facilities as well,” she said.
Come and be a part of our whanau (family), and begin your pathway to educational success.
To enrol, call 0800-355553 or visit our website at www.twoa.ac.nz.
Spaces are limited and filling fast!
Radha Mani, a graduate (Bachelors’ degree) in Social Works and Computing & Business Administration from Te Wananga o Aotearoa.