Posts Tagged ‘dress code’
“Style is a way to say who you are without having to speak.” – Rachel Zoe
The above quote may have been uttered by a celebrity fashion designer, but it is actually incredibly relevant to travel and tourism students.
As the tourism industry is largely customer-facing, employers look for staff who have excellent personal presentation. That’s why ITC enforces a corporate black and white dress code.
Every student is required to wear professional black and white clothing to college, every day. This helps to prepare students for the industry and ensures they always look fantastic for when employers visit campus.
We understand that finding corporate clothing isn’t easy for everyone, which is why we’ve come up with some tips to dress to impress – on a budget. You don’t need designer labels or a lot of money to look fantastic. Here are some ideas to help you update your wardrobe for 2016 at very little cost.News | Tagged dress code |
By ITC Marketing Director Claire Huxley
This is a phrase an old Aunty, or maybe your parents say, when you dress up for a wedding, family dinner or a job interview. You probably cringe and go bright red! It’s just so embarrassing, why do people care what you look like?
Well, I am sure there are some clever scientists who will explain it better than I, but basically, people form impressions based on how you look. What you are wearing will help people form instant opinions on who you are, how trustworthy you are, your social status, and even how likely you are to be promoted. (more…)Posted in News, Student success | Tagged airline, black and white, corporate uniform, dress code, ITC, Travel and Tourism |