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Why ITC’s newest students chose us!

Posted on 06/12/2023 by

Our new city campus class looking great and ready to study!

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!


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ITC campaigns for tourism education and awareness at major industry event

Posted on 13/09/2023 by

ITC’s Key Stakeholder, Ceri Jenkins, speaks at the BYATA conference.

The Backpacker Youth Adventure Tourism Association (BYATA) recently hosted its annual conference, and invited ITC’s Key Stakeholder Manager, Ceri Jenkins, to speak at the event.

The fact that ITC was asked out of all the tourism education providers in Aotearoa is a testament to the reputation of our college. Ceri took this opportunity to speak on behalf of tourism education as a whole, and to raise awareness for the importance of strong qualification options for young Kiwis interested in the industry.


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Apply now for your chance to win an ITC Scholarship!

Posted on 17/07/2023 by

Apply for an ITC Scholarship

ITC and Study From Home have just opened up applications for some amazing scholarship opportunities!

As the New Zealand tourism industry has got back into the swing of things, businesses are seeking new and qualified staff such as graduates from ITC and Study From Home.

“New Zealand continues to be one of the world’s top tourism destinations, and with the borders open, international visitors are returning. We need to support our sector to rebuild a more resilient future that leaves people, communities and the environment better off than before,” Peeni Henare said.

We are doing our bit to support our industry, ITC is helping people with a passion for joining the Travel & Tourism industry gain first-class skills and knowledge. We want to help even more by giving away multiple scholarships for full-time students, which are worth up to $5,600 per student. Not only that, it’s also on top of the Fees Free program, so you could have the first part of your study covered by Fees Free, and the second part partially paid for by a scholarship!


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ITC chosen to provide training to Auckland’s Pacific workers with Project Ikuna

Posted on 07/12/2022 by

Project Ikuna will help to train and upskill Auckland’s Pacific workers.

ITC is excited to announce that we have been chosen as a micro-credential provider for Project Ikuna – the training programme for Auckland’s Pacific workers delivered through Tātaki Auckland Unlimited.

Being chosen to provide training for Project Ikuna attests to our reputation for excellent training programmes and our involvement in the community.

Read on to learn more about what Project Ikuna is, how we’ll be contributing, and why we were chosen as a training partner.


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ITC Short Course team creates Eco Tourism program

Posted on 31/08/2021 by

An ITC Short Course guides students to create and execute sustainable ideas for their local communities.

When the pandemic put New Zealand tourism on pause in 2020, many New Zealanders and industry groups urged that we as a country take the opportunity to make the industry more eco-friendly.

The ‘Not 100% – but four steps closer to sustainable tourism’ report released in early 2021 was just one submission outlining ways we could improve how environmentally friendly our industry could be.

Additionally, the 2021 Sustainable Travel Report by found that 77% of Kiwi travellers think sustainable travel is vital. 

At ITC, we also believe tourism can and should be more sustainable, which is why our short course team has recently created a new course dedicated to Eco Tourism. (more…)

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ITC set to attend Go With Tourism Expo this May

Posted on 05/05/2021 by

ITC will be at the Go With Tourism Expo from May 20-22 in Auckland!

ITC is one of New Zealand’s leading providers of tertiary-level travel and tourism training, which is why you’ll find us at many major tourism events and expos throughout the country.

This May, we’re excited to host a stall at the Go With Tourism Expo from May 20-22. This will be held at the ASB Showgrounds from 10am to 3pm each day, and is a free event – just be sure to register!

Read on to find out more about this fantastic expo and how you can win prizes that will help you prepare for the tropical bubble when you come and visit our stall! (more…)

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Could you be New Zealand’s next Top Tourism Star?

Posted on 22/04/2021 by

Are you ready to be a tourism star?

With an Australian travel bubble opening up and vaccines rolling out across the country and the world, there’s a definite, inescapable sense of excitement and positivity throughout the tourism sector.

Everyone at ITC, from our tutors to our marketing team to our students, can all feel the momentum of the industry as it really begins to pick itself up and look forward to a bright future, and we can’t help but want to share that with the world.

That’s why we’re in search of New Zealand’s Top Tourism Star – could it be you? (more…)

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Come visit ITC at Polyfest to go in the draw to win two tickets to Six60!

Posted on 08/04/2021 by

Come and learn about ITC at Polyfest and go in the draw to win Six60 tickets.

ASB Polyfest is an incredible annual event that celebrates New Zealand’s cultural diversity through dance. High schools from all over New Zealand head to Polyfest to perform, and to connect with their roots, other students, and all New Zealanders.

This year, ITC will have a booth at Polyfest, where we’ll be chatting with students about our courses and what a career in tourism and travel might mean for you.

Here’s a little more about this awesome event, and how stopping by could get you tickets to Six60! (more…)

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Find out if tourism and ITC is right for you with a FREE two-hour workshop

Posted on 04/02/2021 by

Come along to a free ITC workshop to see if tourism, travel and aviation training is right for you.

Have you considered signing up with ITC but just aren’t quite sure? Want to know more about our exciting industry? Would you prefer to do a trial run before making the commitment?

We have good news for you!

Our Whangarei, Auckland City, and South Auckland (Botany) campuses are all offering free two-hour workshops this month, so you can come along and ‘try before you buy’. (more…)

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How the ITC whanau has supported students through 2020

Posted on 03/12/2020 by

ITC supported students throughout 2020, ensuring the pandemic didn’t put their studies on hold.

The year 2020 has been a tough one for everyone. Every New Zealander has been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic in some way, and even though Aotearoa has pulled through exceedingly well compared with most countries, it doesn’t negate the fact that thousands of Kiwis have struggled this year.

When New Zealand announced it would be heading into Alert Level 4 lockdown, ITC immediately jumped into action. Our biggest goal was to support our students, and ensure they could continue their studies. (more…)

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