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Pathways into tourism careers are set to become much clearer as a result of work underway to reduce the number of New Zealand tourism qualifications. A group of industry leaders, key Māori tourism stakeholders and representatives from tourism training providers met in Wellington in early December to review progress on a draft map of qualifications... more >
New research into the economic costs and benefits of industry training shows high returns to the New Zealand economy from skilled workers. The research was commissioned by the Industry Training Federation (ITF) and completed independently by business and economic research company Business and Economic Research Limited (BERL). “Our industry... more >
ATTTO offices will be closed from midday 22 December for the Christmas and New Year break. We will reopen on Wednesday 4 January. We wish all of our customers and industry colleagues a happy and safe festive season, and a prosperous 2012. Thank you for your continued support throughout 2011. Ko te tumanako, kia haere ora atu koutou i tenei wa o te... more >
Delivering lost property to people all over Dunedin is just part of the service for 68-year-old Dunedin International Airport customer service officer Gordon McDonald. Gordon’s dedication to his airport customers was recognised at a special event for Dunedin’s KiaOraMai graduates at the Forsyth Barr Stadium yesterday (12 December). Mayor of... more >
Thank you to all of the teachers, careers advisors and Gateway coordinators who attended our 2011 School Forum events. Below are the presentations from our 2011 guest speakers: more >
Adventure tourism and commercial outdoor operators are being offered support to understand how the new adventure activities regulations will affect their business. The Tourism Industry Association New Zealand (TIA) and Outdoors New Zealand are running operator workshops in 11 locations throughout New Zealand over the next few weeks, starting in... more >
 ATTTO Chairman Rick Bettle announced today that Kathy Wolfe has been confirmed as ATTTO’s new Chief Executive, effective from yesterday (23 November 2011). Rick said the Board received 20 applications for the position and found Kathy to be the strongest candidate. more >
An Auckland International Airport Ltd (AIAL) staff member has been recognised for driving workplace training at New Zealand’s busiest international gateway. AIAL Aeronautical Training Coordinator Gillian Danilo received the ATTTO Airports Ambassador in work place training award at the recent New Zealand  Airports Association conference held... more >
ATTTO's annual School Forum roadshow kicked off this week, with Forums held in Christchurch, Wellington and Auckland. The Rotorua Forum will take place on Tuesday 22 November. Around 200 tourism teachers, careers advisors and Gateway coordinators from across the country are expected to attend and hear from industry and ATTTO speakers. more >
For 20-year-old Samantha Chambers, a Modern Apprenticeship in Travel and Tourism helped her get started in the industry she’s passionate about – now it has seen her named the first ever Supreme Winner of ATTTO’s A+ Trainee and Modern Apprentice Awards. The awards were announced in Wellington on Friday evening (11 November). They recognised top... more >
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