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To thrive in the tourism industry, it’s essential to cultivate a deep and genuine appreciation of different cultures. Cultural awareness is one of the best skills a tourism professional can possess — which is why ITC teaches it in several ways.
One ITC graduate — Madison Ryan — is now working in customer service for Explore. When asked to name a skill she learned at ITC that she uses every day in her career, she said cultural awareness. So did Gerrit Faalogo (who is in Aviation Security Service), Mikaela Rivers (who is working for a hotel), and Jasmine Tua (who is working for Menzies Aviation), as well as many more ITC graduates.
Jasmine Tua says studying at ITC helped her “gain confidence when speaking to new people travelling from the other side of the world”.
So how does ITC foster a sense of cultural awareness in its students? Here are five innovative ways ITC teaches cultural awareness to tourism students.News, Student success, Study inspiration | Tagged cultural awareness, site visits, Work Experience | Leave a reply
Students from ITC’s Christchurch Campus recently visited local tourism businesses to see firsthand what it’s like to work in the industry.
They visited Flight Centre, Breakfree Hotel and Crowne Plaza in one epic, eye-opening day.
ITC Level 3 student Ja Kharkrang was really impressed with how much she learned on the site visits.In the Community, News, Student success | Tagged Christchurch, site visits, study tourism, Tourism Industry, Work Experience | Leave a reply