Northland cooking school closure linked to fraud probe

By on December 29, 2016
Northland cooking school closure linked to fraud probe

A Northland culinary school which closed down suddenly last month, putting tutors out of work and students in limbo, was owned by a company caught up in a Serious Fraud Office probe.

But the good news for students at the Culinary Institute of New Zealand, on Kerikeri's Waipapa Rd, is that a Queenstown firm has bought the buildings and equipment and plans to re-open the school in February. It had 31 students at levels 3 and 4.

The Culinary Institute was part of the Quantum Education Group, which has been owned since 2014 by New Zealand's largest private training college, Intueri Education Group.

Read the full article by Peter de Graaf - The Northern Advocate - nzherald.co.nz




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