For students interested in a management career within the tourism industry, our Level 5 qualification could be the perfect start.
In just 48 weeks, Level 5 students cover management topics such as human resources, marketing, strategic planning, research, finance, legislation, and information technology.
The goal of the qualification is to get students ‘management ready’ in less than a year, arming them with the skills and knowledge to fast-track to a management role within the tourism industry.News, Student success, Study inspiration | Leave a reply
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
Wondering what types of jobs you can apply for with a travel and tourism qualification?
Let these recent student outcomes speak for themselves…
Here are where some of our recent graduates have found work over the past six months.News, Student success | Leave a reply
It’s not every day that you get the opportunity to meet top tourism employers and ask them about working in the industry.
But, that’s exactly what happened for the lucky attendees of ITC’s Career’s Day last week.
ITC held a special Career’s Day at Botany Campus on Friday 17th October, giving people the chance to meet recruiters from top employers, including Air New Zealand, Qantas, AJ Hackett, Jucy, Disney, Go Holidays, and Swissport.News, Study inspiration | Leave a reply
Thinking about a career in tourism?
Wondering what types of jobs you could get once you complete a tourism qualification?
Tourism is NZ’s biggest industry – and one of the world’s biggest industries, too – so there are countless possibilities out there, both in NZ and abroad.
To give you an idea, here are some of the recent job postings from the ITC Job Board (applications open to ITC students and graduates only).News, Student success, Study inspiration | Leave a reply
It’s that time of year again – the downhill slope until December and the start of summer.
Christmas decorations are already on sale, fruit mince pies are the supermarket, and it won’t be long until we hear Jingle Bells in the mall.
With 2019 about to disappear in the blink of an eye, you might already be thinking ahead to 2020 and considering your study options.News, Study inspiration | Tagged open days | Leave a reply
If you’re thinking about studying tourism with the International Travel College (ITC), who better to hear from than ITC graduates.
Our graduates are leading exciting careers out in the industry and have a wealth of knowledge when it comes to studying.
Here are five inspiring quotes from five inspiring graduates to give you an insight into what it’s like to study with ITC.News, Student success, Study inspiration | 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
Another year, another wonderful ITC graduation. Staff, students, friends, family, and industry recently gathered at the Waipuna Hotel and Conference Centre for an incredible evening of celebration and inspiration.
“It’s an honour to sit and watch the students take the stage,” says ITC Marketing Manager Mel Jenkins.
“This is their moment to shine and celebrate all their hard work.”News | Leave a reply
If you want to study tourism, New Zealand is the place to be – here’s five reasons why.News, Study inspiration | Leave a reply