Opportunities to check out study options
Dinner series events are a popular fixture on the Bay of Plenty summer social calendar and feature a selection of the best food trucks, along with live local artists and activities for the whole family.
Dinner in the Domain is held every Thursday at the new venue of Papamoa Pony Club, while Dinner in the Park is held on Sundays at Matua Park in Matua.
Toi Ohomai will be a regular fixture at the remaining dinner series events showcasing some of the fantastic courses on offer.
Toi Ohomai Events and Engagement Manager Megan Wheeler said the partnership complemented both organisations.
“It’s all about connecting the community.
“We have a commitment to the people in our community and what better way to reach them and let them know about options for their future.”
Megan says Toi Ohomai staff have been at the last two event and had strong interest in courses on offer.
“We will have staff from all our faculties at upcoming events, who will be able to talk about the various courses on offer and study options.”
Alternatively, Toi Ohomai is holding Open Evenings for prospective students and their whānau.
“If you’re undecided about your study options, or would like more information about what Toi Ohomai has to offer, head along to one of our upcoming Open Evenings,” Megan says.
“You’ll be able to chat to our staff about all our incredible courses and they’ll be able to answer any questions you may have. We can even help you enrol while you’re here.”
Toi Ohomai Open Evenings
From 4pm to 7pm at the following locations:
Wednesday, 10 February – Tokoroa Campus – 71 Ashworth Street, Tokoroa
Wednesday, 10 February - Taupō campus - 118 Heuheu Street, Taupō
Wednesday, 10 February - Whakatāne campus - 33 Cutler Crescent, Whakatāne
Tuesday, 16 February - Mokoia Information Centre - Mokoia Drive, Rotorua
Wednesday, 17 February – Windermere Information Centre - 70 Windermere Drive, Poike, Tauranga