QTI Member Articles

Monthly articles submitted by member organisations

Pizza Boy Gets $800 Tip

New Zealand Management Academies (NZMA) hospitality student Hong Fei Li gained celebrity-status after landing an $800 tip for delivering a couple of pizzas.

Submission - Distinctive Contributions

ITI sent a major submission to the Tertiary Education Commission in August 2004 on the distinctive contributions of PTEs.

A Stony Faced Mr Speaker

Ryuzo Nishida�s pebble portrait of Jonathan Hunt, Parliament�s Speaker, is one of the most striking portraits in the National Portrait Gallery, but it is just one of the Whitecliffe College of Arts & Design student�s innovative portraits.

Submission - Performance Element

ITI prepared a submission in May 2004 on the government's plan to develop performance measurements for tertiary education provision.

Media Release - TEC's view of tertiary sector should be broader

TEC should take a broader view of the tertiary sector, but today�s paper on the possible shape of the tertiary education sector is a good start.

Submission - Changes to Course Approval

ITI sent a submission to NZQA over proposed changes to course approval in May 2004.

Media Release - PTEs score highly in research assessment

Private training establishments have excelled in the Performance Based Research Fund results just released by the Tertiary Education Commission.

Submission - Student Fee Protection 2

ITI sent a submission to NZQA about their draft student fee protection policy in April 2004.

Media Release - Good first step by govt on education levy

The Government has taken a good first step by removing the retrospective element from its export education levy Bill. The u-turn follows concerted efforts ...

Media Release - Punitive levy on honest education providers opposed

ITI opposes completely the Government's new Bill to levy honest providers for the failures of a couple of private training establishments (PTEs).

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