Posts by Hayley Clark
Seane Gifford, like so many of ITC’s incredible team, has an impressive background in travel and tourism.
She caught the travel bug from her mother at a young age, and always wondered what else was out there in the world for her to discover. That curiosity led to travels, qualifications, and amazing roles throughout her career.
Now, ITC is excited to welcome her to the team as a Tourism Education Tutor & marketing support person. We can’t wait to see her share her knowledge with students.
Learn more about her roots, her favourite job before now, what she’s looking forward to the most, and her advice for students below!News, Staff News | Tagged ITC Team, Staff interview, Study travel and tourism | Leave a reply
Felix-Honour found out about ITC through a friend, came to an open day, and has never looked back!
His incredible story is truly inspirational, especially for anyone unsure what to do with their career after finishing high school.
We asked Felix-Honour all about his experiences, so you can hear about it all from his view!News, Student success | Tagged Graduate interview, Student success, Study travel and tourism | Leave a reply
The New Zealand Certificate in Tourism with a strand in Tourism and Travel Level 3 is one of our most popular course options.
It’s a fantastic entry-level course for anyone looking to take their first step into a career in travel and tourism, and it covers all the basic information you’ll need to work in a variety of roles, from hotel jobs to flight attending, travel agencies to airports.
This qualification is so popular, in fact, that the next start date on February 12 for the Auckland City Campus is already completely full. That’s why we’ve announced another intake for this course at the Auckland City Campus, which will start on March 11 (and is already starting to fill up!).News | Tagged Certificate in Tourism, level 3, Study travel and tourism | Leave a reply
Are you a current or past student of ITC? Do you know someone who would love to work in the travel and tourism industry? Or perhaps someone who wants a career change but isn’t sure where to start?
Not only could you be the person who helps them take that huge exciting step in their life, but you could also earn a $500 Pressie Card for your recommendation!
Our Recommend a Friend program usually offers ITC students and graduates a $300 Pressie Card for getting a friend to enrol with ITC or Study From Home. However, from now until June 2024, we’re upping that offer to a massive $500!News | Tagged Pressie Card, Recommend a friend, Study at ITC | Leave a reply
The International Travel College – ITC – is special in so many ways.
You probably already know we’ve been helping students take their first steps into amazing travel and tourism careers for almost 30 years. You may have heard we have dedicated staff for helping students and graduates find and apply for industry roles. And you almost certainly know that you can take any of our courses online with our Study From Home option.
But there’s even more to us than that! Here are 10 incredible things you probably don’t already know about ITC, our whanau, and our graduates.News | Tagged ITC Team, ITC whanau, Study travel and tourism | Leave a reply
The Fees Free program offers a huge leg up for first time learners in New Zealand, but it is set to change as the government has decided to adapt the policy. Don’t panic, ITC still offers Fees Free to their learners!
Until now, the program has helped students to pay for the first year of their studies. With the new policy, Fees Free will cover the final year of a student’s qualifications, which often means the third year for university students undertaking a standard bachelor’s degree.
This has made some people nervous that potential students might be put off from starting a qualification, but the good news for ITC students is that it largely won’t change anything!News | Tagged Fees Free, Study travel and tourism | Leave a reply
There’s nothing quite like New Zealand over the silly season, when work and school close down for the break, the weather celebrates (in some areas, at least), and we all get some time to relax.
Now, we’re excited to kick off a New Year, and even more excited to welcome our students back into the classroom so they can kick start their careers in travel and tourism.
We’re open right now, and taking enrolments for new students!News | Tagged Enrol at ITC, open days, Study travel and tourism | Leave a reply
It’s that time of year again, when we take a break for the festive season and wish all of our students a very merry – and relaxing – Christmas and New Year.
This year we’re wishing for great weather, and making a resolution to continue providing exceptional training and education in travel and tourism throughout 2024!
Our campuses will close at 5pm on December 20, and we will be back on January 8 2024.News | Tagged Christmas, Enrol, Holidays | Leave a reply
November classes have begun and are in full swing of their induction. We have some very excited students who are ready to take on a year of adventures with ITC, and we welcome them to our whanau.
We pride ourselves in our student experience. Our dedicated, well-trained team are so excited to see where we can take them all, so to get started, we asked the students why they chose us in the first place, and what their career goals are!In the Community, Study inspiration | Tagged New class, Study travel and tourism, Why ITC | Leave a reply
What’s it like to work at one of New Zealand’s biggest travel and tourism workplaces? We’ve already spoken to Shelby Cooper from International Working Holidays, and this time we’re chatting to Katey Gemming at Menzies Aviation.
Menzies Aviation provides ground support, fuel services, and air cargo services across the country and around the world, making them one of the most well-known names in the business.
Katey Gemming is currently a Human Resources Advisor for Menzies Aviation, so she has all the inside knowledge on what it’s like to work for this major company.News, Study inspiration | Tagged Aviation, Insider's guide, Menzies Aviation | Leave a reply