2015 will stand out as a year to be remembered at the International Travel College of New Zealand, as it’s a year that four tutors reached an impressive milestone: a decade of teaching at ITC.
Learning Connexion graduate and Wellington-based developer Rox Flame has just won the top prize in the KiwiGameStarter awards for his interactive video game DynaBrick.
The 2015 Wallace Art Awards were announced 7 September at the TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre in Hillsborough, Auckland. Whitecliffe BFA graduate, MFA candidate and lecturer Rose Meyer won First Runner Up with a cash prize of $2500. BFA graduate Hugo Lindsay won The Kaipara Wallace Arts Trust Award, a three-month residency at Altes Spital in Solothurn, Switzerland.
The 25-year bond between Palmerston North city and IPC was commemorated on 26 September with the symbolic planting of a sakura (cherry tree). On the same date IPC officially became the Institute of the Pacific United (IPU) New Zealand.
IPC is delighted to announce that the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) undertook an External Evaluation Review of our institution in June 2015, the first since 2011, and has given the college the highest possible rating: that of Highly Confident in educational performance, and Highly Confident in capability in self-assessment.
The International Travel College of New Zealand is a leading provider of qualifications for the aviation industry. Many of ITC’s tutors come from aviation backgrounds and bring their passion and enthusiasm for the industry to the classroom resulting in graduates who feel just as passionate about their career choice. Here ITC graduate Jamee Miles shares how she followed her aviation dreams.
TLC graduate Mandy Hague was recently named winner of the $10,000 Supreme Art Award at the 2015 Rotorua Museum Art Awards for her painting ‘Fools Gould’.
Global payments technology company Visa and a select group of creative and digital technology students explored the future of payment technology in a first-of-its kind workshop in Auckland in July 2015.
Private training provider NZMA, part of the ACG Tertiary & Careers Group, has secured its place as New Zealand’s top hospitality and cookery school, taking out the title of Training Establishment of the Year at the NZChefs National Salon.
Whitecliffe Fashion Department responded to the Middlemore Foundation’s Jammies in June Appeal and invited Fashion Design students to volunteer their time during the winter school holidays and make warm pyjamas and blankets for children in need.