Posts Tagged ‘ITC Award winning training’
Every year, ITC and Study From Home strive to offer the best travel and tourism education in New Zealand.
From the courses themselves to our team of experienced, passionate tutors, everything we do is designed to provide the best experience for students. That also includes a four-day study week for ITC students so they can balance their education with their lifestyles, and an Employment Consultant who works to connect students and graduates with industry roles.
Naturally, we always love to hear how we’re doing. Reviews let us know what we’re doing well, and where we can improve for next year. We recently gathered together our reviews for the 2023 tertiary year so far, and we’re excited to share them with you!News, Study inspiration | Tagged ITC Award winning training, Reviews, Study travel and tourism | Leave a reply
At ITC, we have a dedicated Employment Consultant who works with current and past graduates to help them find roles in the industry. Thanks to her position, Sarndra often hears incredible stories from students.
But even when she hears these success stories often, there’s the occasional one that still makes her say, “WOW!”.
Recently, that was thanks to past student Telesia Saofai. Of course, we had to ask Employment Consultant Sarndra for more details – here’s what she had to say.News, Student success | Tagged Graduate success, ITC Award winning training, Swissport, Work in travel and tourism | Leave a reply
ITC is back in the office and the classroom and excited to get started!
It’s a New Year and a new chance for Kiwis to begin studying for an incredible career in travel and tourism.
And if you’re not sure what your plans are for the rest of the summer or the year, now’s your chance to enrol.News, Study inspiration | Tagged Enrol now, ITC Award winning training, Study travel and tourism | Leave a reply
Mar Chit is an ITC graduate who completed three qualifications in two years.
She was studying when COVID hit, and while she initially planned to quit, the support of her tutors and peers helped her to finish her qualifications. And now, all that perseverance has paid off, as she’s working in a role she never thought she would be able to do in the airline industry!
Read on to learn more about her incredible story.News, Student success | Tagged Graduate interview, ITC Award winning training, Swissport | Leave a reply
ITC is excited to announce that we have been chosen as a micro-credential provider for Project Ikuna – the training programme for Auckland’s Pacific workers delivered through Tātaki Auckland Unlimited.
Being chosen to provide training for Project Ikuna attests to our reputation for excellent training programmes and our involvement in the community.
Read on to learn more about what Project Ikuna is, how we’ll be contributing, and why we were chosen as a training partner.In the Community, News | Tagged ITC Award winning training, Project Ikuna, Upskill at work | Leave a reply
ITC is proud of our connections. We stay in touch with students and support them long after they graduate, we have a number of contacts in leading tourism and travel providers around the country, and importantly, we also maintain contacts with related companies overseas.
One of those contacts is Gina & Partners, an agency that helps students to study abroad and find working holidays in New Zealand, and they have recently asked if we would help to host students from an ECC Japanese College in September.
So now, ITC is looking forward to hosting students from an ECC Japanese College in September!News | Tagged Hosting, International Students, ITC Award winning training | Leave a reply
Zoe Daugulis graduated from ITC in 2015, and started working in a hotel in Auckland’s CBD soon after.
She recently reached out to ITC to let us know that not only is her hotel now looking for new graduates to hire for various positions, but she’s the one doing the hiring! She has worked her way up through the hotel and had an incredible story to share, so of course we had to learn more.
Zoe kindly took some time out of her very busy schedule to answer our questions! (more…)Posted in News, Student success | Tagged Graduate interview, ITC Award winning training, Study travel and tourism |
Océane Beaudarel is one of ITC’s recent graduates, but she originally comes from France.
Océane came to ITC to learn about the tourism industry and improve her English – two goals that she excelled at once she arrived!
And now, Océane has just started a fantastic new job as a Reservations Agent at Le Meridien Resort and Spa in Noumea. The hotel is part of the prestigious Marriott Group, and is located on a spectacular beachfront lagoon location. It’s an incredible role, and one perfectly suited for someone bi-lingual like Océane.
We caught up with her to see how she’s going, and how ITC helped with her getting the job.News, Student success | Tagged Graduate interview, International Tourism, ITC Award winning training | Leave a reply
ITC and Study From Home have just opened up applications for some amazing scholarship opportunities!
With the New Zealand Tourism and Aviation sectors currently unable to find enough skilled workers, ITC is helping people with a passion for joining the Travel & Tourism industry gain first-class skills and knowledge.
ITC is giving away multiple scholarships for full-time students, which are worth up to $5,600 per student. Not only that, it’s also on top of the Fees Free program, so you could have the first part of your study covered by Fees Free, and the second part partially paid for by a scholarship!
Here’s a little more about what an ITC Scholarship entails, who is eligible and how to apply.News, Student success | Tagged ITC Award winning training, ITC scholarship, scholarship | Leave a reply
ITC often talks about travelling, experiencing other cultures, and learning about the world. But we also often live it, too.
One such way has long been through our celebrations and recent support of Everest Day. Here’s a little more about what that day is (and means), and how we continue to support the legacy of one of New Zealand’s greatest heroes Sir Edmund Hillary, and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay.News | Tagged Everest Day, Himalayan Trust, ITC Award winning training | Leave a reply