Private Training EstablishmentInternational Travel College of New Zealand
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Specifically designed for international students, the two-year Diploma in International Tourism and Travel Management (Level 5) course provides an outstanding suite of qualifications, most of which are well-recognised throughout the world.
The first year covers the practical skills required by the industry, including subjects such as flight attending, travel documentation, online fares & ticketing, reservation system (Amadeus), the cruise ship industry and destination geography.
The second year of the program becomes more theory based and focuses on sustainable tourism and management topics such as human resources, marketing, planning, research, finance, legislation and communications.
Throughout this two-year Diploma there is a full programme of field visits, guest speakers, work experience and industry participation events. Students will also have the opportunity to experience the NZ tourism industry ‘first hand’ on two 3-day familiarisation trips and the ability to work part time throughout their studies.
At the end of the course, graduates will be fully prepared to enter the tourism industry with both practical and management skills, making them highly valued by employers. Graduates are also eligible to apply for a Post Study Work Visa, which will allow them to work in New Zealand for 12 months to gain valuable industry experience.
Students may wish to continue their studies (straight away or after one year of working in NZ) by pursuing a Level 6 Diploma or Bachelor Degree qualification with another education provider.
ITC Diploma in International Tourism & Travel Management
New Zealand Certificate in Tourism Level 3 - with a strand in Tourism and Travel
New Zealand Certificate in Travel Level 4
New Zealand Diploma in Tourism Level 5
ITC Amadeus Reservations Certificate
ITC Cabin Crew Online Certificate
Note: Students who enrol on this program at our South Auckland & Christchurch campuses are required to transfer to the Auckland City campus for the 2nd-year papers.
Students must be 18 years of age by the start date of the course. You need to provide evidence of your English language level as part of the enrolment process. A minimum of IELTS 5.5 (Academic) is required with no band lower than 5.0. If you do not have an IELTS Certificate you will need to provide other evidence of English language proficiency.