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A popular programme that enabled highly experienced senior travel consultants to achieve nationally recognised qualifications has been re-launched today. Following on from the successful launch earlier this year, the Experienced Consultant programme, offers a straight-forward path for people with ten or more years’ experience in the travel... more >
A leading Travel Broker’s commitment to helping trainees throughout the country gain their qualifications has been recognised with an ATTTO Travel Ambassador Award. Ian Braithwaite, who as well as running a busy travel brokerage business is also a workplace assessor with New Zealand Travel Brokers was presented with the award last week. He has... more >
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The Aviation Tourism and Travel Training Organisation has submitted a new qualification to help a fledgling new Aviation sector take flight safely. The latest generation of uninhabited aerial vehicles (UAVs) are opening up a whole new sector of aviation in New Zealand. ATTTO is now working with operators to ensure they can operate safely in New... more >
The Aviation Tourism and Travel Training Organisation has launched a new programme to formally recognise and build on the skills and experience in the Conventions and Incentives sector. more >
New Zealander Dean Minchington has been appointed to head the newly formed Service Skills Institute (SSI). SSI is a new Industry Training Organisation (ITOs), uniting three key ITOs in the service sector, covering aviation, tourism, travel, hospitality, retail and wholesale. Mr Minchington is currently CEO of Entello Group Pty Ltd in Brisbane. more >
Christchurch and Canterbury Tourism offers ATTTO scholarships to target Chinese tour market Christchurch and Canterbury Tourism has announced that it is offering 20 scholarships to South Island-based China market tour guides interested in undergoing tour guide training.    These scholarships will cover the full cost of completing the... more >
  Destination Marlborough’s Picton i-SITE Centre supervisor has been named both top tourism Trainee and winner of the People’s Choice award. Rachael Holland took the i-SITE TIANZ Tourism Trainee of the Year in one of the most competitive categories in the A+ Awards. She also won the People’s Choice award, with more than 20% of the 1,200... more >
   Museums Aotearoa Trainee of the year was named as Angela English, Education officer at Lakes District Museums. Angela was presented her award by Museums Aotearoa Chief Executive Phillipa Tocker at the ceremony in Wellington. more >
  Ensuring patients and staff are where they need to be to ensure good medical care is one of the vital tasks our Travel A+ winner provides. The TAANZ Travel Trainee of the Year award went to Joyce Raven, APX Travel Palmerston North Hospital. She was presented the award by TAANZ CEO Andrew Olsen. more >
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