All about the New Zealand Diploma in Tourism (Level 5)Posted on 13/04/2017 by Jess O'Connor
Do you dream of one day becoming a manager in the aviation, travel or tourism industry?
If you’ve got ambition, drive, and a passion for travel and tourism, then you’ll love the New Zealand Diploma in Tourism (Level 5).
This fast-paced qualification arms you with the skills you need to be a successful manager within your chosen airline, travel or tourism career. It covers management topics such as:
- Human Resources
- Strategic Planning
- Information Technology
Course length: 48 weeks
Next start date: 7 August 2017
Whether you’ve got your eyes on a promotion, dream of one day starting your own business, or simply want to sharpen your skills and expand your horizons, this qualification will give you the knowledge to enjoy a rewarding and successful career.
The aim of the course is to give you as much industry insight as possible in just 48 weeks. You’ll graduate with the confidence to take your career to the next level, and your CV will stand out from entry level applicants.
Want to learn more? Just ask our graduates
Our Diploma graduates are thriving in their chosen career paths. Here’s what some of them are doing now.
“I have been with Ibis Budget Auckland Airport since I graduated. I started as a guest service agent and now I’m a Reservations Manager,” says Nia Panoa.
Meanwhile, Rachael Southey says that her career has taken her to “all the hot spots throughout New Zealand and Australia”. She’s now working as Hostel Manager at Nomads Backpackers Byron Bay.
Another graduate, Cristina Traczinski Damasceno, started her career in travel and tourism but now runs her own business in the hospitality industry. She says that studying with ITC helped her to “have a new start in life”.
“I went to ITC as I wanted to change my career. I now have my own business and I’m really enjoying it,” says Cristina.
With the New Zealand Diploma in Tourism (Level 5), the opportunities are endless. Get in touch today to register your interest and get your tourism management career off to a flying start.Posted in News, Study inspiration | Leave a reply