The International Travel College (ITC) has been helping students find jobs in the airline, travel and tourism industry for over 21 years.
This year, ITC has taken this support to the next level by creating two new roles dedicated to helping more students find employment.
Introducing ITC’s Employment Consultants – longstanding and experienced ITC staff members and passionate tourism industry advocates Sarndra Stephens and Catherine Alder.
Both Sarndra and Cathy are dedicated to helping ITC students and graduates gain employment in the airline, travel and tourism workforce.News, Staff News, Study inspiration | Leave a reply
The International Travel College (ITC) may be headquartered in Auckland and Whangarei – but its courses are inspiring high school students all around the country.
Every month, the ITC Tourism Education Team travels to different areas of New Zealand to teach a variety of short courses.
In May, the ITC Flight Attending Short Course was delivered in three regions at the same time – Taranaki, Nelson, and Whangarei.
Over the course of two days, ITC tutors Ali, Mel, and Daniel all taught the same course in different locations.
“That’s what we call efficiency!” laughs Mel, the Tourism Education Team leader.In Schools, News, Staff News, Study inspiration | Leave a reply
Do you love to travel?
Do you dream about working overseas one day?
Would you like to learn about New Zealand tourism and international tourism markets?
If you’re enthusiastically nodding yes, then the New Zealand Certificate in Travel (Level 4) could be the perfect course for you.News, Study inspiration | Tagged NZ Certificate in Travel Level 4 | Leave a reply
If you want to ace a job interview, preparation is key. Planning ahead can help you feel calm and confident on the day.
There are several ways you can prepare. We spoke to Cathy and Sarndra, ITC’s employment experts, to find out more.
Here are Cathy and Sarndra’s top 12 tips for impressing your interviewer.News, Study inspiration | Leave a reply
Do you dream of one day becoming a manager in the aviation, travel or tourism industry?
If you’ve got ambition, drive, and a passion for travel and tourism, then you’ll love the New Zealand Diploma in Tourism (Level 5).News, Study inspiration |
Do you love flying? Do you enjoy the thrill of a busy airport? Do you like watching planes take off and land just for fun?
If so, you’ll probably love a career in the aviation industry.
Whether you dream of becoming a flight attendant or a customs officer, a baggage handler or a check-in assistant, the New Zealand Certificate in Tourism with a Strand in Aviation can get your aviation career off to a flying start.News, Study inspiration |
ITC Marketing Director Claire Huxley recently attended An Evening with Sir Richard Branson at Auckland’s Vector Arena. Here’s what she learned from the famous entrepreneur who continues to make waves in the global airline, travel and tourism industry.
On Sunday 26 March, I was in the same room as Sir Richard Branson. Wow! I never thought I’d write those words.
I joined 2,000 of New Zealand’s movers and shakers, business leaders, Virgin fans, journalists, and curious souls to listen to Sir Richard in conversation with the Right Honourable John Key.
We couldn’t take any pictures, but I did scribble down lots of notes. I believe we can all learn a lot from this innovative entrepreneur, especially how his bold ideas are transforming the travel industry. Here are a few of my favourite takeaways from the special evening.News, Staff News, Study inspiration |
Do you dream of a career in New Zealand’s airline, travel and tourism industry?
Aside from studying towards an aviation, travel or tourism qualification, the best thing you can do for your tourism career is get some customer service experience.
Working part-time at a supermarket, petrol station, corner store, cafe, or retail shop will look great on your CV and help you stand out from the crowd. Here’s why.News, Study inspiration | Leave a reply
Full-time study can get a little hectic at times. Between classes, assignments, homework, famil trips, and work experience, there’s not a lot of room for much else. But that doesn’t mean you have to give up the things you love.
Instead, you need to find study-life balance.
We’ve all heard of work-life balance, and study-life balance is not much different. It’s about making time to enjoy life outside of study, without compromising your grades.
Here are some tips for creating study-life balance so you can still spend time with friends, family and your favourite TV shows.News, Study inspiration | Leave a reply
Got the travel bug? Study tourism! A qualification from the International Travel College of New Zealand will prepare you for an exciting career in the tourism industry.
Here are five ways studying tourism can feed your travel addiction.News, Study inspiration | Leave a reply