ITC short courses are back!Posted on 20/05/2020 by Jess O'Connor
We are excited to announce that our short courses are back under Alert Level 2.
As with campus reopenings, ensuring the safety of staff and students is still the utmost priority, says ITC Marketing Manager Mel Jenkins.
“We are beyond thrilled to be back offering short courses and working with high school students. We’re following level 2 guidelines and public health recommendations to ensure a safe learning environment,” says Mel.
These short courses are an excellent opportunity to provide students from all areas of school something meaningful, something over and above what they are doing in class. Most importantly, they help to instill confidence and see a positive future.
“We feel that these short courses will show students a variety of transferable skills that are very important in any workplace,” says Mel.
“With our skilled tutors, they will not only gain a better understanding of communication, customer service and cultural awareness, but also assist them to gain credits to help them with NCEA level 2 & 3.”
Our short courses will look a little different for a while but the quality of delivery and experience will remain the same.
We are reviewing our processes constantly to align with government updates. We’re also happy to discuss reducing the minimum number required for each group (which is usually 12 students).
Current short course options
Short Course options will initially be available in these locations or nearby. Our amended course finish times will now be 2:30 pm to help students travel in non-peak times.
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Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire or make a booking. The schools team will continue to follow the government guidelines in the interest of safety of students and staff.
We can come to you
If your school has restrictions on attending our college, then our tutors can deliver these courses in school.Posted in In Schools, News, Study inspiration | Leave a reply