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ICARE about women in leadership

For 21 of its 50 years, Bannau Tiiata has been working at Kiribati Institute of Technology across various roles, most recently as Officer in Charge at KIT.

MEDIA RELEASE: KIT 50th Anniversary

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BIG jobs for MWYSSA and UNICEF focus on access and sustainability

KIT’s Business Incubator Group (BIG) is formed for KIT graduates from courses in construction, plumbing, and electro-technology. BIG’s purpose is to undertake a wide range of trade tasks across Tarawa.

KIT staff learn Kiri Sign Language for students during COVID-19 school closure

Twenty-one staff from the Kiribati Institute of Technology (KIT) have participated in four weeks of Kiri Sign Language training delivered by the Kiribati Deaf Association (KDA). The training began at the Betio campus during the temporary Government closure of schools for students in Kiribati due to COVID-19.

New building, no barriers: KIT construction graduates employed for Te Toa Matoa Resource Centre build

Biira Tiito and Kamoaa Kaiuea are alumni of Kiribati Institute of Technology’s (KIT) construction courses and also identify as Deaf and/or hard of hearing. These courses enabled Biira and Kamoaa to be employed with the construction team working on the new Te Toa Matoa (TTM) Resource Centre.

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