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Jone Tawaketini

Lecturer
School of Computing, Electrical and Applied Technology
Location: Building 182, Room 3001

Publications

Tawaketini, JV. (2020). RETENTION OF PASIFIKA STUDENTS IN AN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY TRADES PROGRAMME. Unitec Research Symposium, Carrington Campus.

Singh, N., Tawaketini, J., Hamilton, G., & Kudin, R. (2020). Customer service gaps: A case study of small automotive service centres in Auckland, New Zealand. Heather Hamerton and Cath Fraser, Proceedings of the ITP Research symposium -2020.

Singh, N., Tawaketini, J., Kudin, R., & Hamilton, G. (2020). Are We Building Agile Graduate Capabilities to Meet Automotive Service Industry Trends? New Zealand, Are We Building Agile Graduate Capabilities to Meet Automotive Service Industry Trends? (Vol. Unitec ePress).

Hamilton, G., Singh, N., Tawaketini, J., & Bakmeedeniya, A. (2020). Rangatiratanga: A 360 degree learning approach. Unitec Research Symposium, Auckland, New Zealand.

Singh, N., & Tawaketini, J.V. (2018). Entrepreneurship in Vocational Degrees: The missing link. C Dulos, Papers of the Asia-Pacific Conference on Education, Teaching & Technology 2018.

Singh, N., & Tawaketini, J. (2017). Reforming trade programmes to meet entrepreneurial practices. New Zealand National teritary Learning and Teaching Conference, Unitec Institute of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand.

Tawaketini, J.V. (2017). Cultural influences on the retention of Pasifika students in an institute of technology trades programme. Unitec Institute of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand.