BTI is planning to hold two graduation ceremonies this year to allow students who have completed their qualifications in 2019 or in 2020 to celebrate their achievements with friends and whānau.
The ceremonies will both be held in Tauranga on 21 May and 22 May at the Holy Trinity Church.
Te Taiurungi/ Principal of BTI, Dr Andrew Butcher says, “A graduation ceremony is an important occasion of fun and celebration of the hard work of our students, and to be able to share this celebration with their whānau, friends and each other is significant. We are delighted to be planning two ceremonies to enable graduates to take part who missed out on this celebration last year.”
The key speaker for both ceremonies will be Chris Clarke. Chris Clarke has over 25 years of leadership experience in NZ and overseas, in public policy, the health sector and currently is CEO of the Wilberforce Foundation. Strongly motivated by purpose and impact, he recently established 'Global Local' - a network of leaders working with people from the for profit, public and for purpose sectors.
Details of the Graduation Ceremonies:
To secure your place at the ceremony, you must apply to graduate. You should already have received an email with important information about how to apply. If you haven’t received this email, please get in touch with us as soon as possible on firstname.lastname@example.org