Are you thinking about studying airline, travel or tourism with ITC?
Come to one of our Open Days to learn all about the College and what to expect if you enrol with us.
An ITC Open Day is a relaxed, welcoming day. It’s a chance for you to get a sneak peek into life at the College. Our Open Days are also designed to help you decide whether we’re the right training provider for you.
At an Open Day, you will have the opportunity to:News | Leave a reply
If Halloween is your favourite holiday and you get a buzz from the spookier things in life, you’ll love this list.
Here are some of New Zealand’s spookiest tourism attractions – the perfect places to get your haunt on this Halloween.News | Leave a reply
Want to make 2018 your best year yet? Study travel & tourism with the International Travel College of New Zealand!
ITC has three qualifications starting in early 2018:
All of these qualifications will prepare you for a career in the airline, travel and tourism industry – both here in New Zealand and abroad.News, Study inspiration | Leave a reply
Known for his friendly nature and great sense of humour, John has been a tutor at ITC for twelve years (and counting). He loves helping students discover the magic of a career in travel and tourism.
Describe your typical day
I spend my day teaching, marking, prepping, researching, and updating myself. I also help with referrals for both new students and alumni students (graduates).
I teach Level 3 Tourism, Level 3 Aviation, Level 4 Travel, and I’ve recently taken on Foundation IATA, which is an external paper and recognised globally. I enjoy teaching IATA because it’s a new challenge, and I tell my students each time I teach it that we are embarking on a long journey together. We learn so much. IATA is changing as this is a fast and rapidly growing industry, it’s really exciting.News, Staff News, Study inspiration | Leave a reply
Studying can be hard work – but with the right attitude, it can also be a lot of fun.
Here are five tips for making studying easier so you can achieve your tourism qualification with less stress and more enjoyment.News, Student success, Study inspiration | Leave a reply
One of the best things about studying at ITC is that you’ll make lifelong friends. ITC is a social college – many students say that ITC is “just like one big family!”
If you visit ITC, you’ll see students laughing in corridors, sharing a meal in the common area, practising role-play assignments in the Airport Training Centre, or studying together for a test.
Most courses involve a lot of group work, so it’s important that you can be productive and have fun with your classmates at the same time. Here are five tips for studying with friends without getting too distracted.News, Study inspiration | Leave a reply
“Thank you ITC for opening my eyes to what is out there in the world.”
These are the words of Sarah Collins, an ITC graduate who is now working as a ticket agent in the beautiful alpine town of Jasper in Canada. Set on a lake and surrounded by snowcapped mountains, Jasper is a popular tourism destination renowned for its stunning natural beauty.
“Everything is going so amazing over here!” says Sarah, who has been working in Jasper since May.
“I’m absolutely in love with the town. There are so many New Zealanders and Australians here so I don’t feel far from home.”
We caught up with Sarah to learn more about her exciting Canadian adventure and to get some tips for future ITC graduates looking to pursue an international career.News, Student success, Study inspiration | Leave a reply
Do you love to travel? Are you a ‘people person’? Are you passionate about New Zealand?
If you’re nodding ‘yes’, then a career in New Zealand’s growing tourism industry could be your calling – and ITC has just the qualification to help you get there.
The New Zealand Certificate in Tourism with a Strand in Tourism and Travel Level 3 is a comprehensive introduction to the tourism industry.News, Student success, Study inspiration | Leave a reply
New Zealand is one of the most popular tourism destinations in the world – so it’s no surprise that many international students choose to study here.
In 2016 alone, more than 131,000 international students studied in New Zealand, with the majority (63%) based in Auckland.
Whether they are here for six months or six years, these students bring diversity, culture, knowledge, and so much more to our Pacific nation.
We believe that international students make New Zealand a better place – here’s seven reasons why.In the Community, News | Leave a reply
Did you know that ITC has two dedicated Employment Consultants whose job is to help you find work?
Sarndra Stephens and Catherine Alder are committed to helping ITC students (past and present) gain employment in the airline, travel and tourism industry.
Whether you are looking for work experience while you study, your first job after graduating, or your third or fourth job opportunity since leaving ITC, Sarndra and Cathy can help.
They know about the latest airline, travel and tourism jobs and can assist you with preparing for an interview and making an excellent first impression (once you have your CV ready).
Here are some tips for making the most of this incredible service.News, Student success, Study inspiration | Leave a reply