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Aditi Agarwal is a Business tutor at the NorthTec International Auckland Campus.
My interest in front of house operations started when I was at University and soon became a passion which was cemented further by travel
Ana is a student champion advisor for the Raumanga Campus.
I have a passion for education and life long learning
I love introducing the students to their first foray into the professional kitchen - 'set them up for success'
Dan has a passion for education and strives to improve performance through the use of technology
My position at NorthTec allows me now to share my passion about the environment and management for sustainable use of resources with new generations
Dave teaches a wide range of engineering courses in the civil engineering programme.
Dr Ahmed Al-Sa’di is a lecturer at the NorthTec International Auckland Campus
Dr Ajmal Khan is an English Language Tutor at the NorthTec International Auckland Campus.
RGON, CATE, MA (App) Nursing (Distinction), Doctor of Nursing, FCNA(NZ). Bev has a strong primary health care nursing background and this is one of her research passions as is the introduction of technology in nursing education.
My main research interests revolve around behavioural ecology, wildlife management, and ornithology. Therefore, just about everything that has legs, wings or fins is okay in my book!
Dr Emelen Nakao is a Business Tutor at the NorthTec International Auckland Campus.
Dr Isaac Kwadwo Nti is a lecturer at the NorthTec International Auckland Campus
“Passing on knowledge is really important to me. People behave a certain way because they do not know the consequences of their actions. My duty as a tutor and as researcher is to educate and inspire people to make the right choices on a daily basis…
Mike is lecturer and a researcher at NorthTec and teaches Engineering Mathematics, Physics, Project Management, Technical Literacy, Engineering Management and Business Statistics
Olly’s interest in conservation was sparked by his childhood realisation that he would never see such wonderful creatures as moa, huia and dodo.
Dr Shafiq Alam is a lecturer at the NorthTec International Auckland Campus.
Although my passion has always been the magic of biochemistry and genetics, I initially spent 21 years as a psychiatric nurse, so I care about the way that people tick. I have masters papers in nutritional biochemistry because I have been seriously …
Zana Bell is an international award-winning author of fiction and tutors both Short Story and Novels.
"I love the challenge of teaching, and the reward in seeing students leave us, to step into the real world of a hairdressing career."
Ellie is a photographer with a diverse practice that encompasses both traditional darkroom and contemporary digital techniques
Faith is a lecturer in drawing, printmaking, intermedia and Pacific studies art history at NorthTec.
Grant provides academic and English support to international students.
Our Navigator-Academic, is based at the Kaitaia Campus and proactively engages with ākonga who are finding it a challenge to adjust to our NorthTec culture- academic expectations- programme assessments.
Hoana is the Student Voice Coordinator at NorthTec
Holly is a student champion advisor for the Future Trades Campus at Dyer St Whangārei.
Hossein Sadeghzadeh Fasaghandis is a Construction tutor at the NorthTec International Auckland Campus.
“It takes a special kind of person to love a career in cooking. There’s nothing better than a full-on service that’s going well, and part of the appeal is knowing that it can fall over at any time.”
Iris provides academic support to students.
Jade describes her practice as a hybrid of digital imaging and photo manipulation with digital art, moving image, motion graphics, web and interface design.
“My philosophy is to make the course as near as possible to industry expectations. I expect students to be reliable, on time, and to take the initiative. It doesn’t suit everyone. A good hairdresser needs to have a natural flair, good personal prese…
“The ultimate for me is helping students realise and reach their potential. It’s so satisfying. They are like big sponges really keen to soak up the learning.”
Jann is an experienced Registered Nurse with a broad healthcare knowledge base.
I am passionate about the craft of writing, and hope to engage and encourage students to find their own writing passion.
Kelly has recently earned a place in the British Columbia Sports Hall of Fame for her achievements in rugby.
I am a chef tutor teaching Level 3 cookery and have been with NorthTec for a few years now.
Kieran Beggs is a Student Advisor at the NorthTec International Auckland Campus.
Kishwer Kingschild is a Business tutor at the NorthTec International Auckland Campus.
Lesley Marshall is a freelance editor who has been in the business over 40 years, and worked on a fascinating array of manuscripts
Lisa exhibits her photographs regularly, both nationally and internationally, and works part-time as a photography and drawing tutor at NorthTec
I am currently working with motivated tutors to support them to realise better ways to engage our students and give our students great employment opportunities after gaining their qualifications.
Lisette de Jong is an award-winning writer of drama and comedy who tutors Short Scripts for stage and screen.
As a painter I often express the personal and social complexities of connections that reflect whānau, hapū and iwi.
After 13 years in the army as a diesel mechanic being posted all over New Zealand, Lucas was ready to come home to the north and settle in one place for a while.
I like to keep developing new options and not get into a rut where I always write in the same way.
Mark teaches carpentry and is Northland coordinator for the New Zealand Carpentry Apprentice Challenge.
Matua Max has several roles as Navigator, Cultural Advisor for First-Time Māori learners at Raumanga Campus and Supporting as Matua Hauora for the Kahikatea Wellbeing (Kaupapa Māori) Model of care in the regions.
Although the course is designed to get people started in the Travel and Tourism industry, Mike says it also introduces the idea that the industry is much bigger than it appears with his graduates able to go on and specialise in a range of different …
Murray teaches on the arts degree programme in Clay, Glass. Sculpture, Drawing and Design.
I'm passionate about doing things properly in the industry and I encourage the students to be the same. Do it right and keep the shop clean and tidy!
Peter is a lecturer and researcher, teaches Management, Leadership, Organisational Behaviour, Business Heritage, Culture and Sustainability and Strategic Management.
Roger is the Senior Technician at NorthTec responsible for purveying all of our food and equipment in the hospitality department
Salil Chada is an Programme Leader of Business at the NorthTec International Auckland Campus.
Sally-anne provides academic support to students with a disability or learning difficulty.
Sandra is the Māori Ethics Advisor at NorthTec.
Sean Lynch is from Palmerston North, been everywhere, ended up here, I really care, about meaty fare.
I am a fully qualified chef, having trained at Waikato Polytechnic.
I enjoy seeing the change in students during the course from being really shy and watching students grow into confident people
“I love seeing the students change themselves during the course. Most of our students didn’t have a good experience of learning at school and the way we teach adults here can help turn that around. It’s very satisfying to see the results. The chang…
I have always enjoyed being in the outdoors and learning about New Zealand’s unique environment and wildlife.
Tanya drives the delivery of a tikanga based model that underpins the practice of all Navigators- to promote cultural competency and better engagement
Te Arahi is Student Voice Kaiawhina at NorthTec
Te Hemo Ata is a contemporary Māori weaver, learning and practising traditional techniques.
Watching the students 'grow' over the year is amazing. I love it and couldn't think of many other places I'd rather be.
Whaea Meri provides academic support for ākonga (learners) who prefer to work in groups and engage through Te Ao Māori principles and practices.