Help your CV stand out from the crowd with the New Zealand Certificate in Travel Level 4Posted on 05/08/2020 by Jess O'Connor
Do you want your CV to stand out from the crowd?
Are you looking for ways to differentiate yourself from other applicants going for travel or tourism jobs?
The New Zealand Certificate in Travel Level 4 could give your resume the boost it needs in this competitive job market.
A step up from our Level 3 qualifications, the New Zealand Certificate in Travel arms you with in-depth knowledge about the NZ tourism industry.
ITC Marketing Manager Mel Jenkins says it’s a great way to show employers that you’re serious about a career in tourism.
“In this competitive job environment, employers are looking for people who are willing to go the extra mile and who are passionate about travel and tourism,” says Mel.
“Furthering your education with the New Zealand Certificate in Travel Level 4 – or higher qualifications – indicates to employers that you’re willing to learn and you’re keen to hit the ground running.”
The New Zealand Certificate of Travel is also a great stepping stone to the New Zealand Diploma in Tourism and Travel Level 5 – a one-year program that prepares students for a management career.
“Level 4 gives you a taste of what further study is like, and the option of applying for our 1-year diploma if you wish to take your training even further,” says Mel.
NZ Certificate of Travel at a glance
Course length: 21 weeks
Next start date: 17 August (Auckland City Campus)
- Practical training in online fares & ticketing systems
- 3-day Famil Trip to tourism destinations around New Zealand
- Opportunities for work experience
- Support with crafting your CV
- Access to exclusive job opportunities
- Important geographical knowledge, both in NZ and overseas
You’re eligible for the New Zealand Certificate in Travel Level 4 if you’ve successfully completed one of our Level 3 qualifications, if you’ve completed Year 13 in high school, or if you’ve held down a job for at least 12 months.
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