A new website to help employers such as tourism and hospitality operators find seasonal workers has been officially launched.
Lincoln University and the Department of Conservation are teaming up to meet “a desperate need” in the parks and recreation sector.
Applications are now open for the Conventions and Incentives New Zealand (CINZ) 2018 Mentorship Programme.
With Rotorua continuing to shine as a premier tourist destination in New Zealand, NZMA will open its first campus there this month, to deliver hospitality programmes for the local community.
A new partnership between New Zealand’s largest travel and tourism school and one of China’s fastest growing airlines is creating global opportunities for aspiring flight attendants.
Three Kiwi school-leavers planning a career in tourism each got a $2500 financial boost today as the recipients of the 2018 Tourism Industry New Zealand Trust (TINZT) Academic Scholarships.
The open letter signed this week by 100 companies has been applauded by the industry training organisation for the nation’s booming service sectors, ServiceIQ.
BusinessNZ wants to see New Zealand’s new Government focus harder on skill shortages.
Reports released internationally in recent months about the growth in Asia Pacific aviation suggest that our aviation training sector has a bright future
ATEED has launched a training course to upskill frontline staff at Auckland tourism businesses.
Ngāi Tahu Tourism is looking for Ngāi Tahu students to apply for its Te Pia Tāpoi scholarship.
Real Journeys Chief Executive Richard Lauder says he is delighted the tourism company has been named the Supreme Winner at the Diversity Awards NZ as well as winning the Tomorrow’s Workforce Award.
Air New Zealand has been recognised for its efforts in empowering women in its workplace by Diversity Works New Zealand.
The number of 100% Pure New Zealand Specialists has almost tripled since a new and improved version of the programme was launched in June.
Two Queenstown businesses have joined forces with their local high school to offer a student a scholarship to kickstart their global tourism career.
The International Travel College of New Zealand (ITC) has been recognised for its outstanding social media efforts by the New Zealand Social Media Awards
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ServiceIQ’s chief executive, Dean Minchington, says a looming skills shortage is putting the service sector at risk and New Zealand will be the worse for it.
New job vacancy data illustrates the difficulties tourism and hospitality businesses are facing to find good staff, Tourism Industry Aotearoa says.
Following calls from tourism leaders to upskill the industry, ServiceIQ’s chief executive Dean Minchington says New Zealand has much to do to catch up to world class standards.
New Zealand based travel sellers can now promote their specialist country knowledge in the same way as their international counterparts.
Auckland Airport formally launched Ara, its South Auckland jobs and skills hub, on Friday.
With the arrival of China Ready & Accredited in New Zealand, the Ticker asks by email chief executive Julia (Ting Ting) Gong to shed some light on who the company is and why NZ operators should consider its accreditation system.
Ngāi Tahu Tourism has launched a marine mechanic training programme at Shotover Jet, providing a unique opportunity for iwi members to build a career in the tourism industry.
New Zealand’s $48bn service sectors, which include the tourism industry, are at risk of a skills shortage according to a new report from Berl.
A new agreement between the Knowledge and Human Development Authority of Dubai and ServiceIQ is a game-changer for the recognition of qualifications between the two countries.
Cameron Lawrence has been appointed general manager at Qualmark.
22 May 2018 Hobbiton-themed Magic match dress unveiled
22 May 2018 Minchington on the move from ServiceIQ