Techtorium is one of New Zealand’s leading Computer Training providers offering industry focused Computer Courses (IT Courses) designed to meet the needs of the New Zealand and Global IT sectors. As an NZQA Category 1 provider, Techtorium proudly offers a series of unique and highly respected Computer Engineering Diplomas and Computer Programming Diplomas that follow a robust IT training programme, ensuring graduates can easily pathway from the Level 5 , Level 6 or Level 7 computer courses, right through to the most exciting and rewarding entry-level / graduate IT roles here in New Zealand. Techtorium has delivered a range of computer training and IT training options for you to kick start your computer engineering career. Whether it is one of the NZQA approved computer courses (Level 5 New Zealand Diploma in Information Technology Technical Support / Level 6 New Zealand Diploma in Systems Administration / Level 7 Diploma in Cloud Management / Level 6 New Zealand Diploma in Software Development) or an internationally recognised IT certifications (Microsoft training, CompTIA training, HP Training), if it’s a career in information technology you are after, Techtorium is a great place to start.
Our courses are 3 days long or 4 afternoons. Learn about Hardware, virtualisation, Forensic, Networking, Programming, Games and mobile.Find Out More
Select, install and configure IT hardware and systems software. Operational knowledge of networking and associated services.Find Out More
Plan and implement automated system, application software, server-based virtualisation infrastructure.Find Out More
Technical knowledge in Microsoft Server, System Centre and Exchange Server Systems. Design, Implement, manage and maintain Active Directory and Server Infrastructures.Find Out More
A system completely dedicated to getting grads jobs. Now, with a strong team of Employment Pathways Managers, We're proud of what our graduates are achieving in the New Zealand (and Global) IT industry.Find Out More
“We focus on linking our academic provision to the skills needs that have been outlined by Employment Partners. Here at Techtorium, we believe we have a responsibility to ensure that our graduates gain both transferable skills and specific qualifications that are matched to the industry and employers. Here are just a few of the companies that we work with:
Here at Techtorium, we've focused on getting grads' jobs. You'll have access to a small team of Employment Pathways Managers who will help put your CV at the top of the list.
We have the highest course completion rate measured by the NZQA. What does this mean? Well, the chances of you actually getting to the end of the course are nearly 100%.
Every 2 years the NZQA places a measure on how good we are. Since 2011, we’ve been awarded Category 1 status, which means we’re the highest performing provider in NZ.
We’ve worked hard to offer a complete product to our learners, and that’s why we have the best IT / Computer trainers in New Zealand.
In ICT, reputation is everything. Our Employment Partners trust the skills, knowledge, and motivation that comes with every Techtorium graduate.
Modern learning initiates critical thinking. It helps the trainers deliver meaningful information across larger groups whilst still maintaining a high quality of understanding.
IT Professionals since 2003
This place give a relaxing environment and other students I meet there are friendly and sociable. And not all are youngsters from out of school there were others around my age too. The tutors are amazingly understanding when you struggle and appreciate the efforts you put into it. I'm glade i started my IT studies here.
Excellent place to gain your I.T skills if you are passionate about I.T or computers. Do the hard work here and you will definitely get into the job you want.
Great place to start you off in IT, everyone is nice and willing to help, they taught me a lot and kick started me into my first role in the IT industry.
This is the place to be to get the knowledge and get the job you want ASAP!
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