- Waiariki Academic Regulations (332.2 KB updated 12-Feb-2014)
- 2013 Annual Report (4.5 MB updated 30-May-2014)
- 2012 Annual Report (2.7 MB updated 03-Dec-2013)
- 2011 Annual Report (3.5 MB updated 03-Dec-2013)
- 2010 Annual Report (7.3 MB updated 03-Dec-2013)
- 2009 Annual Report (5.0 MB updated 03-Dec-2013)
- 2008 Annual Report (1.4 MB updated 03-Dec-2013)
- 2007 Annual Report (977.8 KB updated 31-Mar-2014)
- 2006 Annual Report (2.0 MB updated 03-Dec-2013)
- Biculturalism Guide for Staff and Students (1.4 MB updated 31-Mar-2014)
- Waiariki Investment Plan (1.3 MB updated 05-Jun-2014)
- Indigenous Journal of Best Practice Issue3 (1.3 MB updated 28-Mar-2014)
- Waiariki Values Poster (1.4 MB updated 03-Dec-2013)
- Waiariki Strategic Plan (1.1 MB updated 03-Dec-2013)
- Waiariki Student Code of Practice Summary (492.9 KB updated 03-Dec-2013)
- Waiariki Student Code of Practice (233.8 KB updated 03-Dec-2013)
- Waiariki Harassment and Discrimination Procedure (80.6 KB updated 03-Dec-2013)
- Waiariki Concerns and Complaints Procedure (92.3 KB updated 03-Dec-2013)
A compilation of regulations for the governance of academic matters within Waiariki Institute of Technology, to ensure compliance with relevant legislative and educational requirements. This is reviewed each year.
The directory is about the people who govern and manage Waiariki. Council and Te Mana Matauranga set the strategic direction while the senior management team make things happen.
Supporting student success through a focus on distinctively bicultural provision, Waiariki values and an excellent learning experience.
The New Zealand Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) requires that all publicly funded tertiary education institutions have an approved Investment Plan. The Investment Plan justifies TEC's ongoing investment in Waiariki and supports provision of quality vocational education in subjects which have been prioritised by Waiariki Council and the Senior Management Team as meeting the needs of students, employers, and communities within the Waiariki rohe and further afield across New Zealand. For 2013 Waiariki's Plan also provides indicative priority subjects and volume of delivery for 2014 and 2015.
Journal of Best Practice
The purpose of He Kupu Whakataki has been to encourage and disseminate research and scholarship in vocational issues from an indigenous perspective. This journal has provided a platform for established and emerging researchers and commentators to offer discussion on a range of issues, from the development of the Sami language, to student engagement, pastoral care amongst Māori students, project development, literacy and numeracy and Māori trade training.
Mission and Values
To be known for our capability to develop individual potential and enabling students to excel, and strong regional links with business, iwi and the community.
The Strategic Plan is the outcome of a collaborative strategic review process, undertaken from September 2010 and led by us, Waiariki Institute of Technology Council, to which a wide range of stakeholders have contributed, including Te Mana Matauranga and the Chief Executive.
Waiariki aims to provide a safe and secure environment for students. For this to happen Waiariki expects that students will not engage in behaviours that endanger their own or others safety and well-being.
Page last updated: 06 May 2014