Posts Tagged ‘Botany’
It is with great pleasure that we introduce the team of new tutors joining us at Botany Campus.
One of the key reasons ITC students go on to do us proud in their chosen area of work is because of our wonderful tutors. They bring real-world industry experience, knowledge and contacts, but more than that they take a personal interest in each and every student. If a student is prepared to work hard and show their passion and commitment for travel and tourism, our tutors will do all they can to help them realise their dreams. (more…)Posted in In the Community, Staff News | Tagged Airline jobs, Aviation Training, Botany, International Awards, ITC, ITC Award winning training, ITC Team, ITCNZ, New Zealand Tourism Training, Passion for travel, Staff, Tourism training, Travel Training | Leave a reply
The International Travel College (ITC) Diploma in Tourism and Travel Management will be offered at the ITC Botany Campus from 2014, allowing students to take their studies to the next level.
“This is the first time a diploma-level qualification has been available to our South Auckland students,” says ITC’s Marketing Director Claire Huxley. “Previously, students have travelled to our City Campus for this course.” (more…)Posted in In the Community, Student success | Tagged Airline training, Aviation Training, Botany, Celebrating success, Diploma, ITC, ITC Award winning training, ITCNZ, Management training, Passion for travel, Tourism training, Travel Training | Leave a reply
One of the benefits of studying with ITC is the great industry connections we have. One of those connections is with Auckland Airport, and we have placed over 20 proactive students in volunteer roles as Domestic Terminal Airport Hosts. This is a fantastic stepping stone to a career in the aviation, travel and tourism industries. (more…)Posted in In the Community, News, Student success | Tagged Airline jobs, Airline training, Auckland Airport, Aviation Training, Botany, Celebrating success, ITC, ITCNZ, New Zealand Tourism Training, Passion for travel, Student success, Volunteer programme |