Are you ready for a high fly­ing ca­reer?

Central Leader - - NEWS -

The In­ter­na­tional Travel Col­lege of New Zealand (ITC) is the per­fect place to start your travel and tourism ca­reer.

It has a pur­pose-built Air­port Train­ing Cen­tre at both its City and Botany cam­puses. ITC’s huge air­port train­ing cen­tres sim­u­late re­al­world air­ports, in­clud­ing check-in, cus­toms, gate lounges, and even planes where stu­dents are trained in all as­pects of in-flight ser­vice.

ITC is a pre­mium sup­plier in the air­line, air­port and travel and tourism in­dus­tries, re­cently win­ning many awards for their in­no­va­tion and ded­i­ca­tion to all round busi­ness ex­cel­lence.

‘‘We know our Air­port Train­ing Cen­tre where we run our Cer­tifi­cate in Avi­a­tion was a real con­tribut­ing fac­tor in that,’’ ITC mar­ket­ing di­rec­tor Claire Hux­ley says. ‘‘We are al­ways seek­ing in­no­va­tive ways to pro­vide our stu­dents with real-life ex­pe­ri­ence, and the prac­ti­cal na­ture of the course, which fo­cuses on ca­reers with an air­line, air­port or ground­han­dling agent, means that our grad­u­ates are ready to work in their cho­sen fields.’’

The Cer­tifi­cate in Avi­a­tion course in­cor­po­rates the CODECO on­line check-in sys­tem, used by 52 air­lines world­wide. Stu­dents are trained to han­dle the stages be­fore and dur­ing check-in, check-in vari­a­tions and ir­reg­u­lar­i­ties, and gate han­dling. Other spe­cial­ist units in­clude deal­ing with dan­ger­ous goods, avi­a­tion se­cu­rity and bag­gage pro­cess­ing.

There is a real con­fi­dence when you speak to the Cer­tifi­cate of Avi­a­tion stu­dents – they know this is the right place for them to be.

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