CITTI Ngatangiia Campus closed as work begins

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Cook Islands Investment Corporation (CIIC) with the support of the Cook Islands Ministry of Education (MoE) wishes to advise to all staff, students, visitors, and key stakeholders that the CITTI Ngatangiia campus has been closed whilst it carries out remedial works.

This closure will enable both agencies to carry out urgent remedial works relating to issues identified in a recent assessment at the Ngatangiia campus by CIIC. Remedial works include structural, electrical, and plumbing upgrades to enhance safe, comfortable, and fit for purpose learning environment.

Local building contractors and trade experts have been engaged to carry out these upgrades which are expected to be completed by 30 September 2023 (subject to weather and availability of materials).

Alternative working and learning arrangements have been made for continuity of learning.

CIIC and the MoE would like to thank all students, staff, and key stakeholders in advance for their understanding, patience, and cooperation.

For any queries relating to learning arrangements, CITTI students can call 21471, and any queries relating to infrastructure matters, can be answered by CIIC on 29391.

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