Make May the month you kickstart your tourism careerPosted on 01/05/2019 by Jess O'Connor
Think you have to wait until 2020 to start studying towards a qualification in airline, travel or tourism
We have three qualifications starting next month, which means you could have a qualification under your belt by the end of the year (our Level 3 and Level 4 courses take around 20 weeks to complete if you study full time).
Make May the month you take action by reaching out to us to discuss your study options and secure your place on one of our upcoming June courses.
Here’s an overview of the qualifications that start next month.
New Zealand Certificate in Tourism Level 3
A fantastic introduction to the world of travel and tourism, with modules on destination geography, customer service, cabin crew training, and more. Includes one in-person workshop in Auckland at the start of the course, but then you can study from home at your own pace from anywhere in New Zealand. You can also complete the workshop via video conference if it’s too difficult to travel to Auckland.
This course takes 20 weeks to complete if you study full-time or 40 weeks if you study part-time. We have courses starting in June, July and September. Find out more today.
New Zealand Certificate in Tourism with a Strand in Aviation Level 3
Dream of working at an airport or for an airline? This is the qualification for you. This course has a strong focus on aviation, covering topics such as airport security, passenger handling, airline operations, aircraft types, and cabin crew training. The aim of this qualification is to help you feel more confident and knowledgeable when applying for jobs in the competitive airline and aviation industry.
The Level 3 with a Strand in Aviation takes 20 weeks to complete if you study full-time or 40 weeks if you study part-time. It includes an in-person workshop at the beginning, which is a great opportunity to meet your classmates. Find out more today.
New Zealand Certificate in Travel Level 4
Take your existing travel and tourism knowledge to the next level with the New Zealand Certificate in Travel Level 4. This is an ideal qualification for students who already have some experience in the sector (perhaps from work experience or from studying tourism at school) and want to build on their skills. Many of our Level 3 students also pathway into this course to get a more comprehensive education.
The course has a strong international focus and covers topics such as online fares and ticketing, reservations, Amadeus, and the cruise ship industry. It also includes a CV and Career workshop to help you prepare for job interviews and applications. Find out more today.
Need some help figuring out which qualification is right for you? Send us a message or give us a call – we’d be happy to talk you through your options. You can contact us here.Posted in Inspiration and motivation, News, Study From Home Tips | Leave a reply