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The following three publications were commissioned by the ITF and completed by independent economic research agency BERL to look at the economic costs and benefits of industry training.  They are being used to inform the Government's review of industry training. The Costs and Benefits of Industry Training - Executive Summary  Dec 2011 more >
Tourism New Zealand is running webinar seminars for the tourism industry over the coming month and you're invited to be involved. These are web-based, interactive updates on New Zealand's offshore tourism markets. Find out what Tourism New Zealand is up to in market, as well as latest tourism and travel trends. All webinars will be hosted by... more >
Whilst some organisations might be tempted to reduce their coaching and training commitments for budgetary reasons; or to restrict them to cover only those areas where key skills might be missing; there are other organisations for which coaching and training are viewed more positively. These latter organisations see coaching and training as... more >
Two experienced tourism industry people have joined ATTTO’s Business Development team – Wendy Fisher (Auckland) and Tom Parsons (New Plymouth). Wendy Fisher has over 22 years’ experience in travel and tourism, having previously worked as a Sales Manager for Blue Lagoon Cruises, Cruise Whitsundays, South Sea Cruises and Awesome Adventures (Fiji).... more >
Assessment tools for the below unit standards have recently been updated. These changes relate to Tourism unit standards taught in secondary schools (Level 2). Please note that you will need to have paid your school's annual assessment download subscription in order to access the below assessment tools. For questions or enquiries please contact... more >
In 2011 ATTTO offered scholarships for secondary and tertiary students studying aviation, tourism or travel. We are committed to ensuring that bright motivated people continue to work in these dynamic industries. ATTTO scholarships encourage young people aspiring to careers in our sectors to go on to further study or training. Our five... more >
From 31 January 2012 ATTTO has increased registration fees for all training programmes by $35 (excluding GST). We are making changes to ensure we provide better support to workplaces to help keep trainees on track with their training. This includes more thorough trainee auditing and follow-up processes, and better trainee progress reporting for... more >
Experienced aeronautical engineer and former United Nations trainer, John Cassidy, has been appointed as the Aviation, Tourism and Travel Training Organisation’s (ATTTO’s) new Industry Training Advisor. John spent over 20 years working for the Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF), before joining the United Nations. He has recently returned from... more >
ATTTO's Christchurch office at Russley Business Park is currently closed due to earthquake damage. Our Christchurch-based staff are working remotely and can be reached on their mobiles or via email: Nikki Rogers - - 027 667 4584 Allan Moulai - - 027 282 5115 Kathy Billens - more >
The Ministry of Education (MOE) is currently undertaking a review of the role and functions of Industry Training Organisations (ITOs). Thank you to all of our customers and stakeholders who have given their feedback into this review. ATTTO has worked with the Service Industry Training Alliance (SITA) group of ITOs to make a submission on the... more >
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