The campuses at ITC are fully equipped with the most advanced educational technologies, as well as in student common spaces. Both City and South Auckland campuses have training suites, computer labs, study and recreation spaces, student kitchens, vending machines, Internet services and Wi-Fi access. Free with many other utilities.
Students will take 4-hour courses (Monday to Friday) and nearly 10 hours of self-study each week. This will allow you to get a part-time job and / or enjoy weekends to explore Auckland and the rest of the country.
ITC students will have the opportunity to participate in field trips to support their learning. Field trips include visits to tourist attractions such as the Auckland Museum, Auckland Harbor Climbing Bridge, meeting point with Maori and many other activities.
Most students will have the opportunity to participate in a 3-day field trip in New Zealand, which includes activities such as waterfall sliding, visiting Maori cultural village, yacht watching dolphins and sand skiing. The picnic is an opportunity for students to explore and experience work in aviation, tourism and travel, as well as explore the tourist destinations in New Zealand and the indigenous communities here. (Māori).
ITC and business
ITC works closely with employers from the aviation industry to travel and tourism. The school meets with the Industry Advisory Council 3 to 4 times each year to ensure the curriculum is in line with industry requirements. In addition, guest speaker meetings and business visits are also an important part of the course.
ITC’s partnerships ensure that students have the most up-to-date knowledge and skills, and have the technical skills they need to get ready for the job.
Employers favor ITC graduates
Graduates at ITC are highly sought after by employers for their practical, enthusiastic and motivated work ability to succeed. Many employers will contact the school when they need manpower (sometimes an exclusive request), and job positions will be listed on the ITC website so that students are and will be looking for work. can apply.
The job exhibition
ITC also organizes regular job shows for students. Employers are invited to the school to talk with students to help them understand the career, the recruitment process of the company and the qualities that businesses need in their employees. This is a great opportunity to connect students with employers, and often bring job opportunities as well as internships for students.
The counseling content includes topics such as how to write an impressive resume, or preparing for an interview. Students will be supported by job counselors on campus. The advising team will help students find the perfect job so that they can develop their career right after graduation.
ITC graduates are now working across New Zealand as well as around the world. Equipped with the willingness to work and the skills required by the business, ITC’s students are always welcome. A career in aviation, airports, hotels, travel, and tourism can help students get anywhere.