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04/07/2012
Four of the Royal New Zealand Air Force’s brightest engineering talents will this week be competing for the chance to show their skills on the world stage. The four are taking part in the new ATTTO Aircraft Maintenance category of the national final of the World Skills event. The final is taking place on 5-7 July at the CPIT Trades Innovation... more >
28/06/2012
The Aviation, Travel and Tourism Training Organisation (ATTTO) has been shortlisted for a prestigious industry event. The organisation has been nominated in the Best Registered Travel Industry Training Organisation at the 2012 New Zealand Travel Industry Awards against three other training organisations. more >
22/06/2012
The Aviation, Travel and Tourism Training Organisation (ATTTO) has a new start in the Marketing and Communications Team. Stephen Doran joined the team as Marketing and Communications Advisor to replace Chantelle Taylor, who has moved to the Department of Conservation. He has recently moved back to Wellington after several years in Edinburgh as... more >
22/06/2012
Private sector tourism operators are taking increased responsibility for improving their business outlooks in the face of continuing challenges, a major new report by the Tourism Industry Association New Zealand (TIA) and Lincoln University shows. State of the Tourism Sector 2012 assesses the current mood of the tourism industry, and investigates... more >
20/06/2012
Teachers, if your resources are needing updating ATTTO is offering the opportunity to obtain the latest course materials at a discount price. Ensuring you have the latest resources guarantees the best learning experience for students, as they get the benefit of the most up to date materials, changes to the industry and current information to meet... more >
23/05/2012
Otamatea High School, Maungaturoto started their project in 2002. Led by the then Head of Technology, Paul Morrison a group of eight Year 11 students started with a set of plans from the USA for a replica Super Cub. more >
23/05/2012
2012 will herald a positive new development – a more coherent and clear link between the education system and the world of work. For many NCEA students, this will mean that they will find it easier to identify and work towards a chosen vocation, confident that what they are studying is relevant to the workplace. more >
23/05/2012
Do you have the right information! Why not try before you buy! If we can attract the right person into the right opportunity, for the right reasons, we are well on the way to success. This applies to anything, whether it be a student looking at career or job options, choosing the right subjects at school or taking the right degree at university,... more >
17/05/2012
Since the announcement in March that the Aviation, Tourism and Travel Training Organisation (ATTTO), the Hospitality Standards Institute (HSI) and the Retail Institute were entering into a due diligence process for a potential merger much progress has been made. Requests for proposals (RFPs) have been completed and a contractor has been engaged.... more >
11/05/2012
Manaakitanga (hospitality and giving) is just one of the Maori customs that attracts millions of international visitors to New Zealand each year according to figures from Statistics New Zealand and the Ministry of Economic Development. That’s why ATTTO led by example, and showed New Zealand exhibitors manaakitanga by giving away complimentary... more >
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