News & Features
8 October 2021
Kaia Kerrisk loves his job managing the Carrington Resort and Golf Course grounds with his team of turf specialists and garden managers on Northland’s picturesque Karikari Peninsula....
4 October 2021
Ngamatea Station sees the value in investing in training
Covering 80,000 acres of central North Island high country, Ngamatea Station is an iconic property...
28 September 2021
With over 25 dedicated dairy experts around the South Island, Primary ITO’s people are dedicated to getting on every farm – wherever learners need them.
24 September 2021
In the Hawke’s Bay, financial support for training fees and apprenticeship costs is making a big difference on farms.
13 August 2021
Things look a little different at Primary ITO across on our new Te Ao Māori website.
11 August 2021
Covid 19 has disrupted life for many and for some it has been in a good way prompting a career change to work in the...
21 July 2021
Ngāti Kuri iwi in the beautiful Far North descend from the founding peoples of Aotearoa’s northern most peninsula Te Hiku o Te Ika, where they...
9 July 2021
Ahuwhenua Young Māori Farmer of the year winner Quinn Morgan almost gave up on finding a job in Aotearoa in 2020 and was headed back...
29 June 2021
Handsome Landscapes company owner Hadley Boyce was one of the Primary ITO's first graduates in the Landscaping Apprenticeship, under Primary ITO Training Adviser Jonathan Gradwell.
28 June 2021
Are vehicles part of your job? Do your staff need vehicle skills?
The four new vehicle micro-credentials are bite sized pieces of learning.