Movie classic a stroke fundraiser
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 stroke.org.nz 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 www.itc.co.nz.