Easter fun at ITC fosters teamwork & confidencePosted on 03/04/2018 by Jess O'Connor
Last Thursday, students at the International Travel College (ITC) celebrated Easter by dressing up, putting on special performances, and, of course, eating lots of chocolate.
The Easter event was in the spirit of good fun, but it had the added bonus of fostering teamwork and confidence among the students.
Each class was asked to nominate two “dressed up” students, and some classes also rehearsed special performances such as a Fashion Parade and an Easter dance.
Events like these are a great opportunity for students to practice performing in front of an audience (a useful skill in the tourism industry!), as well as work as part of a team.
“The event was enjoyed by all students,” says Carla Sutton, ITC’s Head of Academic Services.
“The winners won a huge chocolate Easter bunny. And of course all the students got to eat Easter eggs, and most (including the tutors) were on a sugar high for the rest of the day.”
At the Botany campus, students also had a huge Easter egg hunt.
“Apparently things got quite competitive,” adds Carla.
Student events are an integral part of the ITC student culture. They happen several times a year, on average every two months. March was a particularly busy month, with both Easter and also The Amazing Race.
The next student event will be in May (Tenpin Bowling or a movie outing), followed by ‘Global Wednesday’ in July and a Tourism Industry Expo in August.
Do you want to study airline, travel and tourism and participate in fun student events? Enquire now to secure your spot in one of ITC’s upcoming courses.Posted in News, Student success | Tagged campus life, Easter, Student Event | Leave a reply