Annual Report

Every year Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology publishes an Annual Report detailing its financial performance and key facts.


Highlights for 2020 included:

  • 10,841 students enrolled, representing 5,765 EFTS, supported by 942 staff.
  • Falling domestic student enrolments impacted our revenue as we continued to improve our financial performance, once again increasing our cash operating surplus and reducing our operating deficit when compared to our 2020 budget and 2019 results.
  • Our full-time equivalent international student enrolments increased by 29 per cent, with most students starting their Semester 1 classes the month before New Zealand’s strict COVID-19 border restrictions were introduced.
  • The extraordinary resilience and dedication of our staff members and students was evident as we quickly moved to online academic and support service delivery during the COVID-19 Level 4 and Level 3 lockdowns.
  • We partnered with Tauhara North No. 2 Trust to provide 50 Tamaki Māori Village staff impacted by the downturn in tourism during the COVID-19 pandemic with re-employment and retraining opportunities via a special offering of the New Zealand Certificate in Primary Industry Skills (Level 2) course.
  • We delivered the New Zealand Certificate in Business (First Line Management) (Level 4) to 50 Te Arawa Group Holdings staff members who were affected by the reduction in tourist numbers as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • We introduced two new online offshore English language courses to support international students while worldwide travel disruptions continued.
  • Our five campuses and 20-plus delivery sites maintained optimal health and safety standards, with zero notifiable incidents.
  • 95 per cent of employers were satisfied or very satisfied with the work readiness of Toi Ohomai graduates. (Based on a survey targeted at nursing, early childhood, social work, and sport and recreation employers only.)
  • More than 91 per cent of students were satisfied with their Toi Ohomai experience.