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Late last year, ITC hosted an Air New Zealand open day on campus. This event was a fantastic opportunity where the Air New Zealand team gave a presentation to students and graduates, and did live interviews on the spot for candidates.
Following these interviews was a multi-step process, involving reference checks, swim tests, and training.
And now, we’re excited to see the first ITC graduate from that day, Menghour Pen, has finished his training and is becoming a flight attendant with Air New Zealand! However, there’s much more to Menghour’s story than just making it through the selection process.Airline, News, Student success | Tagged Air New Zealand, Flight attending, Graduate interview, Open Day |
On Thursday last week, ITC hosted an Air New Zealand open day to connect our national carrier with our current students and graduates.
We wanted to create an opportunity for our students and graduates to learn about the flight attending roles currently available at Air New Zealand, and enjoy the chance to speak to recruiters from the company.
As expected, the day was a huge hit!Airline, News | Tagged Air New Zealand, Flight attending, Open Day | Leave a reply
Student Fakavae Taniela graduated from ITC in 2012, and has spent the last decade gaining work experience and travelling.
He has seen fantastic success in an array of jobs, and has thoroughly enjoyed travelling – and being able to put his skills and experience to work by gaining employment in the travel and tourism industry while overseas as well.
Recently, he applied for his dream job – and was accepted! Here’s a little more about his story in his own words.News, Student success | Tagged Air New Zealand, Flight attending, Graduate interview, Study aviation | Leave a reply
As the New Zealand travel and tourism industry gears up for a very busy summer season ahead, we’re seeing our ITC graduates get snapped up by employers practically as they walk out the door from their graduation ceremony. Many before they graduate.
One of those employers is Air New Zealand, which is quickly hiring and training staff across their operations all over the country. We are fortunate to be recognised as a preferred provider for many airlines and tourism organisations. Our highly skilled graduates are sought after by the industry.
For us, these job offers are hugely exciting, as many of our graduates begin studying with us with the goal of working for this renowned and award-winning airline. To see students land their dream jobs immediately is everything we could hope for as an education provider.
One of these graduates is Ruby Cowie, a Study From Home graduate who has been dreaming of working with Air New Zealand since she was 10 years old. We reached out to Ruby to have a quick chat about the application process and her advice for other students.Airline, News, Student success | Tagged Air New Zealand, Cabin Crew, Student success |
Brooke Robinson is one of ITC’s lovely Christchurch graduates who graduated in late 2019. She completed both her Level 3 and Level 4 Certificates with ITC and attained Distinction with both.
Not to mention, she was also awarded the academic excellence award and was one of the student representatives for her class during level 4 as well.
Brooke grew up in a travel-loving household with both parents in the industry, and was always interested in following in their footsteps. After graduating ITC, she spent a year working in real estate, but always wanted to get back to tourism, so recently applied for a role with Air New Zealand – and landed it.
So of course, we interviewed Brooke to learn more about her new job. (more…)Posted in News, Student success | Tagged Air New Zealand, Employment, Graduate interview, ITC Award winning training | Leave a reply
Tobius Charnley graduated from ITC years ago, and has been bouncing around the travel and tourism industry ever since.
That’s taken him to Walt Disney World, Air Chathams, and now back to home ground with a brand new role with Air New Zealand. It hasn’t always been easy, but Tobius’ hard work and dedication has meant that he has the job he always dreamed of.
At ITC we are always here to support our graduates, even years after they graduate. This is the promise we make anyone who decides to join the ITC family. We caught up with Tobius to hear more about his story. (more…)Posted in News, Student success | Tagged Air New Zealand, Employment, Graduate interview, ITC Award winning training, Travel industry | Leave a reply
The finalists for this year’s New Zealand Tourism Awards have been chosen, with 28 different brands in the running for various honours across eight business categories and two individual categories.
With individuals and groups spanning the nation, and tourism operators varying from thermal pools and ski fields to hotels and theme parks, the awards represent some of the very best of the country’s offerings. Plus, the awards align with New Zealand’s goal of reaching a $41 billion tourism revenue target by 2025.
Finalists can look forward to September 29 when the winners will be announced during a dinner and ceremony in Auckland.Staff News, Travel and Tourism News | Tagged Air New Zealand, Tourism New Zealand | Leave a reply
Last year, Tourism New Zealand focused on attracting tourists during off-peak seasons between summer and winter. The organisation has announced that they are continuing this campaign.
The move is strategic on many levels, namely that it benefits all involved parties. For example, tourists benefit due to fewer crowds at popular attractions, vendors benefit from more stable incomes, and Kiwis enjoy a stronger economy for the greater revenues brought in by visitors.
With events, conferences, special-interest travel, and other strategies, Tourism NZ has improved international holiday visitor arrivals by 18.4 per cent for spring 2015 and autumn 2016. The group is also confident that they can continue to grow these numbers with further promotion and investment.News, Travel and Tourism News | Tagged Air New Zealand, Gisborne, Mt Cook, Nelson, Tourism New Zealand | Leave a reply
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The June visitor arrival numbers have just been released, and they’re showing a strong start to the winter season with an increase of 16.1 per cent for the year ending June.
Tourism New Zealand is celebrating this news as it follows the biggest summer for arrivals ever, as well as bumper shoulder seasons through spring and autumn.
To put the 16.1 per cent increase into perspective, Tourism New Zealand general manager for corporate affairs Deborah Gray explained just how many extra visitors that meant and how much they each spend on average.
“Putting this into actual numbers we welcomed 15,000 additional holiday visitors to the country in June which, at a current average spend of $3,500 per visitor equates to an incremental $53 million for the New Zealand economy in June.”News, Travel and Tourism News | Tagged Air New Zealand, Christchurch, India, Indonesia, Kaikoura, Otago, Tourism New Zealand | Leave a reply
Tourism Industry Aotearoa recently released a Local Government Manifesto calling on communities around the country to make the most of the endless tourism opportunities currently arising in New Zealand.
According to the Rotorua Lakes Council, the Rotorua district is on the right track. The region hosts major events such as the mountain biking mecca Crankworx and the Rotorua Half Ironman, as well as offering a number of natural attractions.
Jean-Paul Gaston, strategy and partnerships group manager for the council, said that investment in the industry was ongoing.
“Tourism is at the forefront of our thinking when it comes to future planning, economic strategies, improvements and new developments, events, assets and the planning and/or improvement of infrastructure,” he explained.News, Travel and Tourism News | Tagged Air New Zealand, India, Indonesia, Rotorua, Tourism New Zealand | Leave a reply