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KIT receives Kiribati’ first 3D printer

It might look small and unassuming but this is high-tech!  The Australian Government funded Kiribati Facility has supported the purchase of a 3D printer for Kiribati Institute of Technology – the first to arrive in Kiribati! The printer arrived at KIT in early 2022. This new piece of adaptive tech equipment will provide access to […]

2022 Open Day Highlights

KIT Open Day is held every year as a mid-year celebration of KIT skills and training open to the public. The 2022 Open Day was held in Thursday 4th of August. Open Day provides an opportunity for the KIT community to showcase skills to the public through demonstrations, products and services. This year featured a […]

Menstrual Hygiene pilot makes a difference

The Australian Government funded Kiribati Facility has been supporting Kiribati Institute of Technology (KIT) with the continuation of its pilot project for the provision of menstrual hygiene management (MHM) products for students. The pilot began in 2021 and the products have so far been distributed to KIT’s Mother’s Club and, more recently, its Bridging students. […]

Staff and students learning online

This year KIT has completed the major rollout of an online learning platform for staff training and student learning. KIT has launched an ‘English for Staff’ learning module that has been designed for offering English language improvement training for KIT staff. The Moodle software has been implemented by the Kiribati Facility and supported by the […]

KIT Alumni Profile: Kutai Rorobuaka

This alumni profile features KIT’s Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, Kutai Rorobuaka, who is a 2011 graduate of KIT’s Certificate II in Business. Kutai enquired with KIT’s administration back at the beginning of 2011 as to what course might be best for her to find future work in. She admired the office staff and their capabilities, […]

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