University & Tauira Prepared for 2022

Dec. 2, 2021, 2:14 p.m.

We have seen the changes that schools and universities have had to make in response to Covid-19. Kelly Anne Tahitahi joins us to provide a recap on the last year for Otago University with preparations and adjustments made to ensure business continued despite the many Covid restrictions. Kelly Anne says most of the papers provided through Otago University were able to be taught online however there were still some challenges for those doing papers that require hands on practical assessments. With the experience of both the first wave of Covid and now the Delta outbreak the university are more prepared for 2022.

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