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ITI Member Articles

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Whitecliffe Graduates Jump at Summer Break Opportunities

Whitecliffe Graduates Jump at Summer Break Opportunities

Whitecliffe Graduates Jump at Summer Break Opportunities
TLC student gets some real-world creative experience

TLC student gets some real-world creative experience

TLC student gets some real-world creative experience
ITC short course inspires Rotorua students

ITC short course inspires Rotorua students

ITC short course inspires Rotorua students
Secondary and Tertiary Providers Team Up for Health

Secondary and Tertiary Providers Team Up for Health

NZCC (New Zealand Career College) has formed a partnership to help South Auckland high school students pathway into the health sector.
Whitecliffe Students Commissioned by Fletcher

Whitecliffe Students Commissioned by Fletcher

Whitecliffe Students Commissioned by Fletcher for Three Kings mural painting
NZMA construction gives back to the community

NZMA construction gives back to the community

Construction students from NZMA in Otahuhu have teamed up with not-for-profit organisation Habitat for Humanity to help eliminate sub-standard housing.
ITC student scores highest mark in New Zealand for IATA qualification

ITC student scores highest mark in New Zealand for IATA qualification

ITC student scores highest mark in New Zealand for IATA qualification

A more objective perspective on contestable funding

Opinion Piece 3 – Feroz Ali, Chair of Independent Tertiary Institutions (ITI), 30 September 2014

Under headlines such as “Polytechnic cash given to private businesses” and “$29 million cut from polytechnics”, the Tertiary Education Union (TEU) asserts that money is being systematically stripped out of Polytechnics and literally just given to businesses.  The clear implications behind the argument are that ITPs are being damaged, some students are missing out on education, and that private providers are not providing a quality education with the additional money they receive.

Whitecliffe Students Win Prime Minister's Scholarship for Asia

Whitecliffe Students Win Prime Minister's Scholarship for Asia

Eight Whitecliffe Fashion Design students were awarded The Prime Minister’s Scholarship for Asia (PMSA) for their ongoing participation in Project Matatika 2015. The venture is part of a sustainable fashion project established through Seed to Self, an organisation founded by entrepreneurs Theresa Grantham and Gijs Spoor, that seeks to bring more awareness of ethical and sustainable practices into the world, t

hrough students designing products made of organic cotton from an ethical supply chain in India.

Renaissance Tours employs 50 ITC students

Auckland’s cruise season has started, and several cruise ships are scheduled to dock in the harbour over the busy summer period, bringing many overseas visitors to Auckland’s doorstep.

Students from the International Travel College (ITC) will be working on the frontline when ships arrive, welcoming visitors into Auckland and processing tickets and related paperwork. Renaissance Tours has hired 50 ITC students to work as check-in agents at The Hilton throughout the summer.

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