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ITC: Studying online in style!

Posted on 07/04/2020 by

ITC staff donned their best costumes last week to brighten the mood.

Our first week of studying online during lockdown got off to a very stylish start, with staff and students donning their ‘best outfits’ at home.

The theme for last week was ‘Best Dressed’ and it did not disappoint. From wedding gowns to dinosaur costumes, there was not a dull outfit in sight.

You can see all of the brilliant photos on Facebook: ITC Best Dressed Theme Week.

What are theme weeks?

We’re running theme weeks to boost morale and add a little bit of fun to studying from home.

Here is the full line-up of upcoming themes in case you want to play along:

Week 1: Best Dressed pic

Week 2: Favourite quote or Meme of the week

Week 3: Best Work Space pic

Week 4: Summer time pic

Week 5: Good news story

Week 6: Winter Wonderland pic

Week 7: 3 things I’m grateful for

Week 8: Most professional pic (work theme)

Why are theme weeks important?

One of the things that students love most about studying at ITC is the sense of community spirit.

Theme weeks are a way of bringing everyone together, even though we’re physically apart. 

They are also intended to brighten people’s days, to add a ray of sunshine and humour during this time.

“It’s so important to find things to smile about and be grateful for. Change is hard, but knowing we’re all in this together, and being there for each other, makes it easier,” says ITC Marketing Manager Mel Jenkins.

“I had a blast getting creative with my work-from-home outfits, which included dusting off my wedding gown!”

Keen to join us?

Both ITC and Study From Home are enrolling now! Get in touch today to learn more about studying towards airline, travel, and tourism and joining our exceptional community of teachers and learners.

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