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Are you a new tourism student at ITC? Here are five tips from ITC graduates to help you get the most out of your tourism qualification.News, Study inspiration | Tagged study tips, success stories |
Imagine this: you come across a vacancy for your dream job. Your heart soars! And then it sinks… because you have to send in your CV, and you’re not sure your CV is good enough.
Does this scenario sound familiar??
So many people miss out on getting a job interview because their CV is poorly written. Don’t let that be you!
At ITC, we can help you write a CV that reflects your experience and dedication. Our employment consultants are available to guide you on the CV writing process; all you need to do is ask.News, Study inspiration | Tagged CV writing, employment consultants, study tips |
If you want to pass your tourism qualification with flying colours (and have plenty of fun along the way), this blog post is for you.
Here are five tips for study success from an ITC graduate. Print these out and stick them on your wall so they serve as a daily reminder to keep you on track.News, Student success, Study inspiration | Tagged college life, study tips | Leave a reply
Studying can be hard. Sometimes, you might be tempted to skip class or take a break. But, as these successful ITC graduates will tell you, it’s all worth it! When you’re feeling low on motivation, read these tips and remember: there’s an amazing career waiting for you when you graduate.
“If you feel like you have been studying for a lifetime and that graduating is so far away, keep working hard because in the end it will all be worth it. Study hard and it will pay off.”
– Jessica Adamson, Customer Service Representative, Contiki
“If you really want to do something go get it and DREAM BIG.”
– Lewis Wilson, Slide Operator, Disney World
“Study hard and aim high. Try your best in everything you do, because your future is what counts.”
– Tuita Tokareta, Customer Service Representative, 360 Discovery Cruises
“Make the most of every opportunity you are given. Even if it’s not your dream job, but if it helps you get one step closer, grab it with both hands and run with it.”
– Evelin Toala, Flight Redemption Consultant, American Express
“The best advice I could give them is to always show up to class, make sure they do the work, to put in the hard work now and it will pay off in the end. Make sure you finish all of your assessments.”
– Mohammed Alzergawi, Sales Representative, Disney
“Study seriously, put in the hours and do the work to your best standard. The travel industry is competitive and the best jobs go to those who are willing to work for them.”
– Gemma Delia, Wholesale Travel Agent, Adventure Travel