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The Targeted Training and Apprenticeships Fund will pay the costs of people of all ages to undertake vocational education and training.
“This will be crucial for towns such as Rotorua and Kaikoura, where the effects of Covid-19 will be particularly difficult due to loss of income from international tourism.”
WellingtonNZ is launching a interactive workshops called Thrive to help owners rebuild businesses in the wake of Covid-19.
ServiceIQ has launched new online training to help the hospitality industry with induction and food and workplace safety training.
Cadets working towards their professional raft guide qualifications have reached the nine-week mark, or just over half way, this December.
The Go with Tourism job platform has launched in Northland.
The fourth year of the New Zealand School of Tourism and Young Tourism Export Council of New Zealand speed dating initiative attracted the largest group of participants to date.
Auckland Council is seeking 14 student rangers to join its regional parks team for a three-month paid internship over summer.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa is on the hunt for funding to deliver a $1.9m three-year package of initiatives to attract New Zealanders to tourism careers.
Air New Zealand has partnered with hospitality training institute Queenstown Resort College to boost tourism trainign for students.
AJ Hackett Bungy NZ has been recognised at the Human Resources Institute of New Zealand’s national awards with the Queenstown-based recruitment and training officer, Heidi Gillingham, named as emerging HR practitioner of the year.
A new commercial skydiving qualification has just been approved in a move that boosts prospects for both employees and employers in the adventure aviation sector.
The Young Tourism Export Council and New Zealand School of Tourism have teamed up in an effort to provide guidance to the next generation of tourism professionals.
The top challenges around encouraging and recruiting talent into tourism include the perception that it offers limited career pathways, the jobs are low-status and the pay is average, according to new research.
The industry training body has hired AgResearch’s Andrew McSweeney to be its new CEO.