Three reasons to study airline, travel or tourism in 2016Posted on 06/01/2016 by Jess O'Connor
Happy New Year from the team at ITC Study From Home! We’re very excited to see what’s in store for 2016. With the tourism industry poised for major growth, we’re looking forward to training more passionate and motivated individuals who want to pursue this exciting career choice.
We think the reasons for studying something as fun as airline, travel or tourism are pretty self-explanatory. But if you’re still on the fence about whether or not to give this study path a try, here are some facts that might convince you.
1. A career in tourism is fun and rewarding
Imagine getting to bungy jump all the time and call it work. Or fly to exotic places. Or show travellers around New Zealand. Whether you work as a bungy jump assistant, flight attendant or tour guide, a career in the tourism industry promises to be full of fun. After all, the industry is centred around helping people have great holidays – what’s not to love about that?
2. The tourism industry is booming
Almost every time the tourism industry is in the news, it’s to highlight how well it’s doing. This industry is expected to see a lot of growth over the coming years as more people discover the beauty of New Zealand. This is great news for tourism students as it means there’s more jobs available upon graduation.
3. A qualification from ITC Study From Home could really take you places
If you dream of one day travelling the world, ITC could help you achieve this goal. Some of our graduates go on to work as international flight attendants or travel agents – both jobs which allow them to visit new places on a regular basis.
Of course getting your dream job won’t happen overnight, but your journey to success will start with enrolling in the appropriate airline, travel or tourism qualification. We offer four great qualifications via distance learning, so no matter where you live in New Zealand, we can help you further your education. To learn more about how we can help you make 2016 a year to remember, please get in touch today.Posted in Study From Home Tips | Leave a reply