Please note that our programmes of study are currently under review as part of the reform of vocational education training. The objective is to provide one programme for Te Pūkenga that is portable, consistent, and more closely aligned with the needs of industry. As the review is ongoing, this information is correct at the time of publishing but the courses outlined may change over time.
Tai Poutini Polytechnic (TPP) endeavours to provide accurate information on this website. However, the information covered, including the availability, structure and content of programmes, is under constant review and is changed from time to time (including during the academic year). TPP cannot therefore guarantee the accuracy of this information.
Users should refer to the relevant faculty for confirmation of the accuracy of information contained on this website. TPP does not accept liability for any losses or damage arising directly or indirectly from reliance on the information.
TPP does not set a closing date for applications and reserves the right to not accept late applications, i.e., after the programme has started. You will be offered a place subject to meeting the entry and selection requirements and the availability of places on the programme.
TPP reserves the right to cancel or postpone any of the programmes and/or courses listed on this site and shall not be liable for any claim other than the proportion of programme/course fee that the cancelled portion bears. Programmes will run subject to minimum enrolment numbers being met. Further details around the cancellation or postponement of courses at TPP can be found in the Academic Statute.
Within the context of this disclaimer and the other pages in the legal section of this website;
“the website” (or site) - means any TPP administered website including www.tpp.ac.nz, or any other sub domain directly linked to the TPP website or programme information.
Website “users” are defined below and fall into two categories:
- Visitors are users who visit the site but do not register or make any effort to provide credentials on the TPP website.
- Registered users are visitors who registers their identity with the website through the TPP registration process or through another open ID interface.
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