Hapori | Partners

The TESAC 2024 conference is made possible with the support of our hapori | partners.

We want to say a huge thank you to all of our supporters listed below:

Hapori | Partner - Platinum

Link to BCITO website

BCITO Te Pūkenga is the construction work-based learning division of Te Pūkenga – New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology.

Hapori | Partner

Makerspace NZ are your partners in creating – we provide the machines, the training and the back up support. Whether its laser cutters, CNC routers, plasma cutters or 3D printers we have the machine to suit. We cater for small-scale home businesses through to schools and large industrial / commercial operations. Our after sales service and support network extends NZ wide enabling us to ensure that your precious machine is never far from specialist service.

Hapori | Partner

Grok Academy is your home for Digital Technologies education offering classroom-ready online and unplugged resources. Drawing on decades of experience in teaching digital technologies, we provide support through teaching resources, professional learning, and curriculum guidance. As an Australian charity, we aim to empower the next generation with the skills, knowledge, and dispositions they need to become the creators of tomorrow.

Hapori | Partner

The Museum of Transport and Technology is a science and technology museum located in Western Springs, Auckland. MOTAT opened in 1964 and since then has been explored and enjoyed by millions of visitors. MOTAT is New Zealand's largest transport and technology museum with a focus on creating an interactive and educational experience for its visitors.

Hapori | Partner

Hapori | Partners

Kiwibots helps students to learn science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM) in a fun and engaging way. We achieve this through various robotics tools, primarily VEX Robotics products who are a global leader in robotics education, as well as supporting many robotics programmes and initiatives across NZ.

WiTSoc is a student-led club dedicated to fostering a vibrant and supportive community for women and non-binary students studying STEM related degrees. For our community of over 400 students, we provide a plethora of social, academic and industry opportunities to connect with like-minded peers, professionals and leaders.