At Toi Ohomai we truly believe that your success is key to the success of our whole region. That’s why we’re here – to help make your dreams a reality.
More than 13,000 students just like you study with us across nearly 86 delivery sites, having chosen their course from more than 200 study options.
With specialties in business, creative arts, engineering, forestry, health and nursing, hospitality, marine science, road transport, tourism, trades and more, there’s something for everyone. We offer courses from entry level certificates right through to postgraduate level.
Toi Ohomai is a network of purposeful connections with our community and industry – together we are forming constellations of excellence, knowledge, people, partnerships and innovation throughout the region, united in the exchange of knowledge. We are all here to be awakened and inspired by learning and to ensure our people, communities and region continue to prosper and flourish.
We are one of the largest tertiary providers in the Bay of Plenty. Our five main campuses can be found throughout the beautiful Bay of Plenty and South Waikato in Rotorua, Taupō, Tauranga, Tokoroa and Whakatāne.
Partner with us on your learning journey and let us help you unleash your true potential!
Business Women’s Network Speaker Series: How we’re supporting women in business
Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology is reinforcing its commitment to women’s rights and gender equality in the workforce by supporting the Tauranga Chamber of Commerce Business Women’s Network (BWN) Speaker Series, enabling women in business to hear stories of success from their peers.
This is just another step to the Institute’s commitment to women.
Toi Ohomai has been a supporter of the United Nations Women’s Empowerment Principles (UN WEPs) since 2017. Organisations which are supporters of the initiative are committed to achieving gender equality in the workplace.
The partnership with the 2021 BWN is an exciting one, these events provide excellent networking opportunities with an emphasis on education, inspiration and connection – all of which align with our strategic direction and values.
The theme for the upcoming Speaker Series ‘The Changing Face of Business’ aligns closely with the direction tertiary education, and Toi Ohomai, is moving in. No longer are businesses solely recognised on the products or services they produce – they must also demonstrate values, such as social responsibility, diversity, kaitiaki, and sustainability in their corporate strategy.
These skillsets are being integrated into programmes, enabling the next generation of graduates to enable business to grow further and look outside the status quo.