Computer Power Plus is owned by Whitireia New Zealand Limited and is jointly operated by Whitireia New Zealand and Wellington Institute of Technology (WelTec), two very successful and highly regarded Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics in New Zealand with campuses in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
With a history spanning more than four decades, Computer Power Plus is one of New Zealand's leading providers of IT and professional skills training.
Computer Power Plus consistently strives to see our students and graduates excel in the ICT industry by applying modern teaching / adult learning techniques and cutting-edge courses.
Students work towards 8 NZQA approved I.T qualifications in our unique, flexible, self-directed learning environment. Our flexible learning model allows students to achieve their educational goals whilst managing work and family commitments simultaneously where necessary. Dedicated, highly qualified and experienced Instructors offer immediate and ongoing support.
With more than 30,000 Computer Power Plus graduates successfully employed in rewarding IT careers worldwide, your dream IT career could be realised sooner than you think.
With New Zealand Campuses in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch, Computer Power Plus is committed to ensuring our students achieve their 'real world' IT qualifications and our graduates are more strongly positioned to achieve their career objectives.
Fee Protection: In compliance with the New Zealand Education Act 1989 (section 236A & amendments) and the NZQA Student Fee Protection Policy 2005, Computer Power Plus provides comprehensive Student Fee Protection by way of the Student Fee Trust Account (Independently administered by the New Zealand Public Trust). Student Fee Protection covers all payments made to the Company on behalf of a student including fees and course related costs. This arrangement has been accepted by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (www.nzqa.govt.nz) as meeting the requirements of its Student Fee Protection policy. This policy comes into effect if the PTE stops offering a course in which students have enrolled. Student Fee protection meets the Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students and the Student Fee Indemnity requirements as outlined by the NZQA.