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If you’re considering a career in airline, travel or tourism in 2020, have your online calendar at the ready.
You’ll want to save the dates for our upcoming Open Days so you can come and visit one of our campuses and discover the magic of studying at ITC for yourself.
Open Days are a fantastic opportunity to meet and greet the staff, get a tour of the campus, ask questions about the qualifications, and hear student success stories.
Here’s a quick overview of the dates for each campus. (more…)Posted in In the Community, News, Student success, Study inspiration | Leave a reply
Explore Group – one of New Zealand’s leading sailing and cruising specialists – recently engaged ITC to deliver sales and customer experience workshops to 26 of its staff members.
ITC was approached by Explore’s General Manager, Alyson Curran, to help prepare staff for the busy summer season.
“We were honoured to be asked to provide staff training for Explore Group,” says ITC Marketing Manager Mel Jenkins.In the Community, News | Tagged professional development, training | Leave a reply
For many people, Christmas is a wonderful time of year – a time of family, friends, food, and celebration.
But, for many others, Christmas can be a challenging time. At Christmas – more than ever – it’s important to give back to the community and help those in need.
This year, ITC has spread Christmas cheer to 7 charities.
ITC chief executive Claire Huxley has kindly donated to each of the below donations ($4,250 in total).
- Auckland City Mission
- Christmas Box
- The Salvation Army
- Age Concern
- Variety Children
- Alzheimer’s New Zealand
A representative from The Salvation Army reached out to Claire and ITC to say thank you for the donation.
“Thank you so much for your very kind and generous donation to our Christmas Appeal this week. Your generosity to The Salvation Army has been so gratefully received. It is very much appreciated and contributes significantly to our work of helping people in need, especially at this time of year.”
If you would like to donate to a charity before Christmas, it’s not too late! There are several deserving charities that could use some extra support – and every dollar counts.
On that festive note, the ITC blog will be taking a break until the 7th of January. Have a wonderful festive season, look after each other and keep safe!
– The ITC team :)
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It’s often called tourism’s biggest night of the year: the renowned New Zealand Tourism Awards dinner.
This prestigious event is an opportunity to formally recognise the industry’s finest – and ITC students were right there to witness all of the excitement unfold.
Six hard-working ITC students had the opportunity to volunteer at the Awards dinner, which was held in Christchurch at Horncastle Arena on 24 October.In the Community, News, Student success | Leave a reply
Thinking about a career in New Zealand’s exciting airline, travel and tourism industry?
Want to meet people who are working in the industry in jobs they love?
Then mark Thursday 17th October in your calendar – ITC’s Careers Day (a FREE event).
Event: ITC’s Careers Day
Date: Thursday 17th October
Time: 10 am to 2 pm (allow 1 hr to visit all booths)
Venue: ITC Auckland Botany Campus – Level 1, Fashion Pavilions, Botany Town Centre
Cure Kids, Heart Kids, and the Auckland City Mission have each received a donation from the International Travel College, thanks to money raised from midwinter Christmas celebrations.
Last week was ‘Midwinter Christmas Week’ at both the Botany and Auckland City campuses.
Each campus embraced the festive spirit, complete with decorations and a Christmas tree at both reception areas.In the Community, News | Leave a reply
One little-known fact about ITC is that we run professional development days with the likes of Explore Group NZ and Qantas.
Recently, staff from the Qantas call centre came into ITC for a fun day of training and team bonding.
The workshop was led by Daniel Maine, whose main role is short course tutor and marketing support.
Daniel is known for his enthusiasm, energy, and awesome sense of humour – and this workshop certainly ticked all of those boxes.In the Community, News, Staff News | Leave a reply
ITC has a long, proud history of supporting community organisations. From raising money for various charities to donating Christmas gifts to the Auckland City Mission, the College supports a wide variety of worthy organisations every year.
So, it’s no surprise that when ITC chief executive Claire Huxley came across a young dance group fundraising to attend a global competition in Hawaii, she wanted to help.In the Community, News | Leave a reply
Does the name Leo Seuula ring a bell? Even if his name doesn’t sound familiar, you might recognise his friendly face – because Leo has been making headlines left, right and centre!
The ITC graduate has been featured on Seven Sharp and the New Zealand Herald, described as “the man living the dream helping thrill seekers jump off Auckland’s Sky Tower”.
Leo works for AJ Hackett, helping tourists and adventure seekers walk around (or jump off!) the ring of the Sky Tower – some 192m above street level.
For most people, this would be a terrifying thing to do once – let alone for your day job – but Leo says he’s living his dream.In the Community, News, Student success, Study inspiration | Leave a reply
Staff and students from the International Travel College of New Zealand (ITC) had an awesome time at the 2019 ASB Polyfest last month.
ITC tourism educator and marketing support person, Daniel Maine, hosted the ITC stall at the event, along with several student helpers.
For ITC students, being at Polyfest was a fantastic work experience and networking opportunity.
Daniel says he was blown away by the students professionalism, passion, and all-round amazing attitude on what was an action-packed, epic day.In the Community, News, Student success | Leave a reply