New Zealand's education sector is a diverse and dynamic environment made up of many different types of organisations.

These organisations have a collective goal to deliver a world-leading learning system that equips businesses with the knowledge, skills and values to be successful in our world today.

And money is tight. Education providers operate within a fiscally constrained framework supported by fixed operating grants from Government.


It's hard to get ahead of the curve. Schools face significant challenges when it comes to acquiring, maintaining and upgrading much-needed equipment. Projects that need money for equipment have to be prioritised against day-to-day running costs and many do not proceed as a result.

This is where Quadrent rental for schools can assist. Rental funding is a cost effective and easy way for your school to get the equipment it needs to create the best possible learning and teaching environment, for students and teachers alike.

Think outside the box for your school's equipment needs. Schools require many different types of equipment and all can be rented through Quadrent's specialised rental for schools.

Tertiary Institutions

Tertiary education is a competitive business. Maintaining state-of-the-art research facilities and creating a learning environment attractive to both local and overseas students is critical for today's Tertiary organisations.

Equipment asset bases have diversified over time as Tertiary institutions evolve to meet the demands of their students and changing course requirements. Tertiary institutions now maintain large technology labs, operate data centres and require robust back bone infrastructure to handle increasing user demands.

As a result of specialised course offerings it is now more commonplace to see larger capital items such as medical, scientific and engineering assets in Tertiary institutions. These place pressure on funding lines. Furthermore, large building infrastructure projects and facility upgrades are being undertaken nationwide, requiring significant capital outlays from historic cash reserves and traditional sources of funding.

This is where alternative funding lines come into play and where Quadrent's Tertiary education rental programmes can provide a convenient and extremely cost-effective mechanism for the management of a diverse asset base.


Given all the challenges above, Quadrent's ability to fund very nearly all types of equipment utilised by education providers is invaluable. Equipment funded includes (but is not limited to):

  • Classroom technology and back office IT infrastructure
  • Telephony systems
  • Security and lighting systems
  • Ground maintenance equipment
  • Sports equipment
  • Laboratory equipment
  • Audio visual infrastructure
  • Playground facilities
  • Artificial sports surfaces
  • Heating and ventilation systems
  • Furniture and fencing