Posts Tagged ‘Tourism training’
The ITC enrolment process has always been easy, but it has just got even easier.
We know that finding the time and getting around to making that call to enrol isn’t as easy or convenient as it could be, which is why we have just made it even easier. (more…)Posted in News, Study inspiration | Tagged Enrolling, Enrolment, ITC Award winning training, Tourism training | Leave a reply
High schools throughout New Zealand are well underway with the new school year. It’s an exciting time as countless students begin their final year or two of secondary education and start thinking about the future.
However, there are almost certainly students out there who can’t help but feel like they’re just not in the right place. Whether they’ve never taken to the school system or simply have no interest in the subjects, it can be an awful and uncomfortable feeling of wasting time in one place when you could be somewhere else.
Sound familiar? (more…)Posted in News, Study inspiration | Tagged ITC Award winning training, New Zealand Tourism Training, Tourism training | Leave a reply
It’s one of the most common questions in any interview, and you can almost guarantee that you’ll be asked it.
It’s the question that will always come up when there are gaps in your CV. Be it the time between high school and your first job, or even in between jobs. Employers will always want to know how you spent your time – and what that says about you.
In 2021, with so many people feeling unsure of what to do next, there might be quite a few gaps in resumes in the works. So how will you answer the question? (more…)Posted in News, Study inspiration | Tagged Employment, Interviews, ITC Award winning training, Tourism training | Leave a reply
Have you considered signing up with ITC but just aren’t quite sure? Want to know more about our exciting industry? Would you prefer to do a trial run before making the commitment?
We have good news for you!
Our Whangarei, Auckland City, and South Auckland (Botany) campuses are all offering free two-hour workshops this month, so you can come along and ‘try before you buy’. (more…)Posted in In the Community, News, Study inspiration | Tagged Free workshop, ITC Award winning training, Tourism training, Travel Training | Leave a reply
It’s that exciting time of year when school leavers are considering their next steps. And as fun as it can be to imagine the exciting possibilities each option brings, it can also be challenging to know which step to take.
Only you can know the answer to that, but we can suggest some questions for you to ask your potential education providers. These can help to give you information that may guide you when it’s time to make a decision about where to enrol.
So here are 9 questions to ask the providers you’re considering, and the answers you’ll get from ITC! (more…)Posted in News, Study inspiration | Tagged Enrolment, ITC Award winning training, Student success, Tourism training | Leave a reply
The year 2020 was strange, difficult, and confusing. It’s no wonder than many young adults are feeling burnt out and unsure of what to do next.
In fact, we’ve heard that many students leaving school are thinking of taking a gap year while they figure out what to do. A gap year, but definition, is simply something that you do in between life stages.
That could be work, travel, or even – study. (more…)Posted in News, Study inspiration | Tagged Four-day study week, Gap year, ITC Award winning training, Tourism training | Leave a reply
In 2021, ITC will be moving to a four-day study week. This means students will only need to be on campus for classes from Monday to Thursday.
Not only that, we have changed our study hours. In 2021, classes will run from 9am until 2.30pm Monday to Thursday (they used to be from 8am to noon, and 1pm to 5pm).
We’ve made this decision based on a number of factors, and we believe all of them mean less stress, more health, and a better balance for our students. (more…)Posted in News, Study inspiration | Tagged Four-day study week, ITC Award winning training, Student well-being, Tourism training | Leave a reply
Here at the International Travel College, we love all things travel and tourism, and we love nothing more than sharing that passion with young Kiwis all over the country.
That’s why we provide a number of options for high Schools in New Zealand to introduce students to the travel and tourism industry, inspiring them to start exciting careers, and providing them with credits towards NCEA levels 2 and 3 in the process.
Our dedicated schools team has an excellent reputation in schools and the tourism industry. Our team is known for their energy, excellent communication, inspirational teaching methods and passion for providing a memorable experience. (more…)Posted in In Schools, News, Study inspiration | Tagged ITC in Schools, Passion for travel, Schools Team, Tourism training | Leave a reply
“ITC is like a real family. When you move away from home (or graduate from ITC), it doesn’t mean you are not able to ever come back. In fact, students come back years after they graduate to say hi, get further career support and guidance and even re-employment. That’s our promise to our graduates,” Mel Jenkins, Marketing Manager at ITC.
ITC is as much a college for those wishing to enter the travel, tourism, and aviation industries, as it is a supportive family. As Mel speaks about in her quote above, graduation from ITC doesn’t mean the support, advice, and communication stops.
In fact, we recently caught up with graduate Laura Orsbourn, who studied at ITC in order to apply for the Disney College program in the US. Her hard work and skills landed her the job, but it wasn’t long before covid derailed her role and saw her packing her bags for New Zealand.
We chatted to Laura about how she got started, what it was like heading home, and her time at ITC. (more…)Posted in News, Student success, Study inspiration | Tagged Employment, ITC, ITC Award winning training, Student success, Tourism training | Leave a reply
At the start of 2018, New Zealand began an initiative that allows citizens and residents to study for one year for FREE. Yet there are still plenty of students who don’t know that their first year of study can be covered by the government!
Here’s a little more about the Fees Free initiative, who’s eligible, what you can study at ITC without paying a cent, and how to apply. (more…)Posted in In Schools, News, Study inspiration | Tagged ITC Award winning training, Study, Tourism training | Leave a reply