Research is integral to Waiariki’s aim to contribute to the growth and success of the Waiariki Rohe.
Research supports quality teaching and ensures that our staff members are on the cutting edge in their area of expertise.
Our research focuses on subjects that are relevant to our local community. It allows us to build relationships, and work with iwi and industry partners towards making a positive difference. Research at Waiariki is applied or vocational and our key focus is making a practical and beneficial change in the way things are done.
Waiariki Institute of Technology have academic staff with expertise in Business, Tourism, IT, Communications, Design, Social Sciences, Māori Development, Education, Trades and Primary Industries, we’ve got it covered. We’d love to talk about how our researchers could help you or your industry.
Contact the Director of Research, Dr Clarke Raymond, on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07 346 8916 for more information.
He Kupu Whakataki – Journal of Best Practice
At Waiariki we are uniquely bicultural which allows us to view issues from at least two viewpoints – Maori and Pakeha. This approach strengthens our ability to find new and practical answers to issues that are important to our stakeholders. One consequence of this emphasis is the publication of the
Journal of Best Practice in Applied and Maori/Indigenous Vocational Education
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Dr Clarke Raymond,
Director of Research
07 346 8916
07 346 8811