News & Features
6 May 2019
Two new directors are to be formally appointed at Primary ITO’s AGM on 29 May, after being selected by the ITO’s Stakeholder Council.
16 April 2019
A decision by the Department of Corrections to have Primary ITO training resources printed on buff-patterned paper will benefit prisoners affected by dyslexia and Irlen's...
12 April 2019
The primary sector is the largest contributor to the New Zealand economy but has the potential to contribute much more value-added growth if government and...
19 March 2019
Have you snapped a photo with our giant burger at South Island Field Days 2019? These are the terms and conditions for this competition
1 March 2019
Primary ITO will be contributing to the Government’s proposed Reform of Vocational Education and remains committed to providing the best possible service to employers and...
16 February 2019
As you might be aware, it has been more than two years since we had a wide review of our prices at Primary ITO.
4 February 2019
Primary ITO is doubling the size of its Trades Academy catering for school students looking for a pathway into a primary industries career, providing an...
17 January 2019
Two years on from winning the Ahuwhenua Young Māori Farmer Award (sheep and beef), Hawke’s Bay’s Jordan Biddle has no doubts the competition gave his...
21 November 2018
Primary ITO and Wintec will significantly alter the structure of the popular Diploma in Agribusiness Management for Waikato, Bay of Plenty and Taranaki students next...
7 November 2018
In response to farmer driven feedback Primary ITO, together with DairyNZ and Federated Farmers, have developed a biosecurity micro-credential to enhance industry capability.