Movie clas­sic a stroke fundraiser

Central Leader - - NEWS -

Help a good cause by en­joy­ing a Kiwi clas­sic movie, Footrot Flats.

All pro­ceeds from the movie be­ing shown at Epsom’s Lido Cin­ema on May 5 will go to the Stroke Foun­da­tion and Youth Stroke Sur­vivors New Zealand.

Guests will en­joy a screen­ing of the clas­sic as well as two other New Zealand short films.

Prizes to be won in the raf­fle in­clude ac­com­mo­da­tion and vouch­ers to be used at at­trac­tions in Wanaka.

The fundrais­ing evening is be­ing or­gan­ised by stroke aware- ness ad­vo­cate Belinda Watkins.

Tick­ets to the movie night are $20 for a stan­dard seat and $60 for two peo­ple seated in the back row with a bot­tle of wine.

Book­ings are es­sen­tial. Visit or call 475 0070 for tick­ets.

The In­ter­na­tional Travel Col­lege of New Zealand (ITC) has opened a brand new Air­port Train­ing Cen­tre at its City Cam­pus. The cen­tre will be the sec­ond of its kind in the coun­try, the first hav­ing opened at ITC’s Botany Cam­pus in 2009.

ITC, a pre­mium sup­plier in the air­line, air­port and travel and tourism in­dus­tries, won the award for in­no­va­tion at the New Zealand Tourism Awards.

“We know our Air­port Train­ing Cen­tre, where we run our Cer­tifi­cate in Avi­a­tion, was a real con­tribut­ing fac­tor in that,” says ITC’s Man­ag­ing Di­rec­tor Kerry Pri­est­ley. “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 ground-han­dling agent, means that our grad­u­ates ready to work in their cho­sen fields.”

The fa­cil­i­ties are cer­tainly some­thing spe­cial – ITC’s huge air­port train­ing cen­tres sim­u­late real-world air­ports, in­clud­ing check in, cus­toms, gate lounges, and even planes where stu­dents are trained in all as­pects of in-flight ser­vice.

“I am learn­ing so much about the travel in­dus­try,” stu­dent Ali­son Har­ris says. “This course is groom­ing me for a job at the air­port.”

“My train­ing at ITC has def­i­nitely helped me with my con­fi­dence and knowl­edge of the travel and tourism in­dus­try and thanks to them and my hard work, it has all paid off. I am now work­ing with an ex­cit­ing ca­reer as a flight at­ten­dant for Emi­rates.” Lisi Kai­hau (2012 Cer­ti­fi­ca­tion in Avi­a­tion grad­u­ate).

Both ITC’s Botany and City cam­puses are tak­ing 2013 en­rol­ments now. Find out how you can launch your ca­reer in the air­line, air­port, and travel and tourism in­dus­tries by phon­ing the ITC team on 0800 868747 or (09) 373 5510 for more in­for­ma­tion or text ITC to 884 or check their web­site

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