Posts Tagged ‘Tourism’
This year, New Zealand became one of the first countries in the world to beat the virus not just once, but twice. As a result, Kiwis everywhere began to celebrate by doing what we do best – travel.
Thanks to being able to travel safely and enjoy our own backyard, New Zealanders have been busily making plans and exploring the country, seeing sights usually crowded with international visitors, and ticking off those local ‘must-dos’ at last. We also know that once borders reopen, New Zealand will be a hugely popular destination.
That’s why ITC has created a brand new webpage dedicated to following New Zealand’s tourism progress as it once again begins to rise. We will keep this page updated with new information as it is released. (more…)Posted in News, Study inspiration, Travel and Tourism News | Tagged Employment, Tourism, Tourism Industry Association, Tourism New Zealand, Travel | Leave a reply
The Diploma in International Tourism and Travel Management available at ITC is a level 5 course specifically designed for international students, and is one of the most valuable programmes available at ITC.
Not only do students walk away with a variety of immensely practical qualifications, they also learn a number of skills that can easily transfer from one role – and one career – to another. (more…)Posted in News, Study inspiration | Tagged Airline jobs, Employment, Tourism | Leave a reply
The International Travel College has been helping those in search of a career in travel, tourism, airline, and airport industries for more than 20 years.
Our array of courses range from 20 weeks to two years, and offer a fast-paced, fun, and immensely practical learning environment that allows students to walk away with qualifications that are recognised all over the world.
Yet no amount of marketing can compare to the honest and wonderful reviews we regularly receive from our students.
Auckland’s Botany Town Centre is offering Kiwis the chance to win $5,000 worth of travel around the country these school holidays.
The competition, ‘Loving NZ’, is taking place from September 28 until October 11, and student volunteers from ITC are helping to make it happen.In the Community, News | Tagged New Zealand, Tourism, Volunteering | Leave a reply
The International Travel College of New Zealand (ITC) is bringing its industry-leading airline, travel and tourism qualifications to Christchurch.
ITC will be delivering Level 3 and Level 4 NZQA courses at the Southern Institute of Technology (SIT) from mid-March this year.
“We are incredibly excited to bring our industry-leading qualifications to Christchurch,” says ITC Marketing Director Claire Huxley.In the Community, News | Tagged Christchurch, South Island, Tourism, Tourism Courses | Leave a reply
Did you hear the great news last week? New Zealand was once again voted the best country in the world by the UK’s Telegraph publication. This is the fourth time we’ve been awarded this prestigious accolade.
To celebrate this epic win, we’ve put together 3 reasons why studying tourism in New Zealand is amazing. If you’re thinking about pursuing a career in tourism, there’s really no better location than Aotearoa. Here’s why.News, Student success, Travel and Tourism News | Tagged New Zealand, Telegraph Travel Awards, Tourism, Travel | Leave a reply
360 degree views of New Zealand’s Great Walks are now available on Google Maps, including popular tracks such as the Abel Tasman and Routeburn.
The imagery was captured by the Google Street View Trekker, a backpack with more than 300 cameras which take photos every few seconds.
Ross Young, spokesman for Google New Zealand, said the addition of the Great Walks to Google Maps is likely to do wonders for tourism.
“Immersive technology experiences like these give international tourists the chance to see first-hand how stunning our country is before they travel,” says Ross.
“This is a great example of business and government working together to use technology and the internet to tell New Zealand’s story to the world.”News | Tagged Adventure Tourism, Air New Zealand, Google Maps, New Zealand Great Walks, Qantas, Royal Visit, Rugby World Cup, Tourism | Leave a reply
Would you like to win some money to go towards your studies at the International Travel College of New Zealand (ITC) in 2016? If you’re passionate about airline, travel or tourism, you could be eligible for a scholarship.
We have a pool of $25,000 on offer, with scholarships ranging between $1000 and $5000 each. Entries close on 7 December, so you have just one more month to submit your application.
Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to receive financial assistance. Apply now to get your travel and tourism career off to a flying start.News, Student success | Tagged 2016 courses, Aviation, education, ITC scholarships, Tourism, Travel | Leave a reply
The number of overseas visitors to New Zealand surpassed 3 million for the first time ever late last week, Statistics New Zealand revealed. From July 2014 to July 2015, a record-breaking 3,002,982 visitors entered the country – a 7 per cent increase from the year before.
Statistics New Zealand population statistics senior manager Vina Callum said increased arrivals from markets such as Australia and China helped achieve this important milestone.News | Tagged Air New Zealand, China, Cruise Industry, Cruise New Zealand, Maori Tourism, Tourism, Tourism 2025, Tourism Industry Association, Tourism New Zealand, Travel |
New Zealand is one step closer to reaching its target of 3 million annual arrivals, thanks to a record-breaking June.
Tourism New Zealand chief executive Kevin Bowler said in a statement: “This month’s annual arrivals, at 2.99 million show we are just short of reaching an annual arrivals figure of three million visitors, which is good news for all New Zealanders. It means more jobs and economic value, not just in the peak summer period but with benefits felt throughout the year.”News | Tagged Air New Zealand, New Zealand, Pasifika, Te Papa, Tourism | Leave a reply