If you want to pass your tourism qualification with flying colours (and have plenty of fun along the way), this blog post is for you.
Here are five tips for study success from an ITC graduate. Print these out and stick them on your wall so they serve as a daily reminder to keep you on track.News, Student success, Study inspiration | Tagged college life, study tips | Leave a reply
One of the things that makes ITC a great place to study is how the College takes great care to prepare you for a ‘real job’ in the industry.
At ITC, you get so much more than a qualification – you also learn practical skills that will help you excel in the workforce.
Here are four ways ITC prepares you for a ‘real job’.News, Student success, Study inspiration | Leave a reply
If you’re struggling to find time for study, this blog post is for you. We know how hard it can be to juggle study with part-time work, family commitments, not to mention your social life.
Fortunately, with a little bit of forward planning – and some short-term sacrifices – there are ways you can make more time in your life for study.
Here are five tips to help you get more study done, so you can complete your tourism qualification on time and kickstart your career in this exciting industry.News, Study inspiration | Leave a reply
Are you looking for a qualification that will help you take your tourism career to the next level?
Do you aspire to work in tourism management, get a promotion, or even own a tourism business one day?
Are you ambitious, motivated, great with people, and interested in leadership and personal development?
If you’re reading this and thinking “yes, this is me!”, then you might like to know more about our Level 5 New Zealand Diploma in Tourism.News, Student success, Study inspiration | Tagged Level 5, tourism management | Leave a reply
Do you find goal setting stressful? Do you feel anxious about achieving your goals – and guilty when you inevitably trip up?
If you’re nodding your head, this blog post is for you.
Follow this low-stress approach to achieving your goals to turn your anxiety into ambition.
We hope these tips help you achieve your airline, travel or tourism qualification in 2018.News, Study inspiration | Leave a reply
Late last year, the International Travel College of New Zealand (ITC) delivered a workshop for Explore Group to help prepare Explore’s staff for what might be the busiest summer on record.
With 22 years of tourism training experience, ITC is passionate about delivering training to students and tourism businesses. All of ITC’s staff are qualified trainers with practical tourism experience.
“Before our tutors became teachers, they were tourism professionals. They worked in airline, travel, and tourism, and have first-hand experience of the unique skills required to thrive in this growing industry,” says Claire Huxley, ITC Marketing Director.In the Community, News, Study inspiration | Tagged staff training, Tourism training | Leave a reply
Have you just finished school and you’re looking for your next challenge? Or are you in the mood for a career change?
Whether you’re a school leaver or a career changer, a career in tourism could be right for you. And the best way to kickstart your tourism career is with a qualification from The International Travel College of New Zealand (ITC).News, Study inspiration | Leave a reply
As a travel-lover, you probably wish you were on a plane to somewhere exotic this summer.
But you don’t have to travel internationally to live the life of a traveller. Here are five ways to be a tourist in your own hometown this summer.News, Study inspiration | Leave a reply
Would you like to work in New Zealand’s thriving tourism industry?
Are you a school-leaver or career-changer looking for a qualification that will help you get an excellent entry-level job?
Come and study the New Zealand Certificate in Tourism with a Strand in Tourism & Travel at the International Travel College.
This Level 3 qualification is the perfect introduction to the tourism industry, with a particular focus on New Zealand tourism destinations and customer service skills.News, Study inspiration | Leave a reply
Working while you study is an excellent way to gain customer service experience, add to your CV, and keep your bank account looking healthy.
However, a part-time job can be time-consuming, so it’s important to avoid overcommitting yourself. Study should always come first!
It is possible to do both if you’re organised and motivated. In fact, we often encourage students to work a few hours a week so they can gain some real-world experience while they study.
Here are some tips for juggling work and study from Cathy Alder, one of our employment consultants.News, Study inspiration | Leave a reply