Kickstart your tourism career with the NZ Cert in Tourism Level 3Posted on 12/12/2017 by Jess O'Connor
Would you like to work in New Zealand’s thriving tourism industry?
Are you a school-leaver or career-changer looking for a qualification that will help you get an excellent entry-level job?
Come and study the New Zealand Certificate in Tourism with a Strand in Tourism & Travel at the International Travel College.
This Level 3 qualification is the perfect introduction to the tourism industry, with a particular focus on New Zealand tourism destinations and customer service skills.
The course covers topics such as:
- New Zealand destinational geography
- Working as a flight attendant or cabin crew member
- CV writing tips
- Industry work experience
It’s a practical, hands-on qualification that includes plenty of roleplays and opportunities to visit industry employers.
Course length: 20 weeks
Next start date: 15 January 2018
In just 20 weeks, you’ll become familiar with the tourism industry and graduate with a good idea of what sort of work you’d like to pursue (for example, tour guiding, adventure tourism or flight attending).
If you start in January 2018, that means you’ll be qualified by May 2018. Our course is designed to get you ready to work in the industry as soon as possible.
Here are what some of our past students have to say about the course:
“Studying travel was amazing. I could picture myself seeing and doing a lot of things we learned while studying.” – Stacey Harris, Central Reservation Consultant at Millennium Hotels and Resorts.
“I use the skills I learned at ITC in different ways every day, especially the listening and communication skills.” – Melissa Bishop, Administrator at Seasonz Travel.
“It’s going to be challenging, but the reward after all that study is 100% worth it.” – Louise Taylor, Operations Coordinator at Relaxing Journeys.
Want to get jobs like Stacey, Melissa, and Louise? Apply today for a space in our January 2018 intake! We look forward to hearing from you.Posted in News, Study inspiration | Leave a reply