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The Golden Rules for everyone at Alert Level 1.

The Golden Rules for everyone at Alert Level 1

  • If you’re sick, stay home. Don’t go to work or school. Don’t socialise.
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  • If you’re concerned about your wellbeing or have underlying health conditions, work with your GP to understand how best to stay healthy.
  • Keep track of where you’ve been and who you’ve seen to help contact tracing if needed. Use the NZ COVID Tracer app as a handy way of doing this.
  • Businesses should help people keep track of their movements by displaying the Ministry of Health QR Code for contact tracing.
  • Stay vigilant. There is still a global pandemic going on. People and businesses should be prepared to act fast to step up Alert Levels if we have to.
  • People will have had different experiences over the last couple of months. Whatever you’re feeling — it’s okay. Be kind to others. Be kind to yourself

New Zealand Diploma in Tourism and Travel (Level 6)

Programme Description:

This full-time Level 6 Diploma course continues on from the Level 5 Diploma. It comprises eight closely-connected modules which are delivered over 36 teaching weeks, and expands on a student’s skills and knowledge of the travel and tourism sectors that were learned in Level 5. The course will encompass researching various disciplines, including varying business environments, leadership roles, business systems, multi-channel marketing, strategic investment, creation of a new business enterprise, and delivering quality customer service in an industry which offers product which is intangible in nature. These eight modules contained in the Diploma focus on various management processes and procedures that a student needs to be familiar with, e.g. planning, controlling, staffing, organising and co-coordinating all the resources that an organisation has at its disposal. Research will play a significant role in the course, as the student will be required to gather much information in order to successfully pass the assessments, case studies and assignments. Experienced and empathetic tutors will complement this research with classroom learning. The dynamic travel and tourism industry requires personnel who are skilled in being able to offer quality customer service to visitors. This course will teach a learner how to be effective in that regard by utilising a variety of business systems and disciplines in order to be successful with their immediate and future goals.

Graduate Outcome:

On successful completion of this programme, you will be able to:

  • analyse and evaluate local, national and international tourism operating environments, effectively develop and guide strategic business direction in this industry
  • identify and analyse strategic leadership roles and styles, and the potential impact on change management for a tourism enterprise
  • develop, analyse and critique tourism business strategic systems and processes for commercial development of a quality visitor experience and contribute to overall business effectiveness
  • prepare effective public relations campaigns including multi-media communications for a tourism business’ development
  • analyse and propose strategic business models to improve environmental sustainability for a tourism business or tourism business development
  • develop strategic investment plans for a tourism enterprise.

Structure:

The programme runs overs 36 weeks in 2 semesters of 18 weeks each. You must achieve 120 credits from 8 modules. You must successfully complete all 8 modules to graduate.  Refer  Module Descriptions for details.

Entry Criteria:

  • Must be 18 years of age and above
  • International students must have an appropriate level of English proficiency as specified by NZQA for the level at which they intend to study i.e. IELTS Academic score of 6.0, with no band score lower than 5.5; or the New Zealand Certificate in English Language (Academic) (Level 5) [Ref: 1884] or equivalent approved by NZQA.
  • Learners enrolling are recommended to hold the New Zealand Diploma of Tourism and Travel (Level 5) [Ref: 2206], or equivalent knowledge, skills and experience.

Student career pathway:

  • Education pathway: This qualification leads to Diploma and Bachelor Degree qualifications at Level 7
  • Employment pathway: Work in the tourism and travel industry at senior positions

Programme Start Date:
23rd March, 8th June, 24th August and 9th November 2020

Total Progarmme Fees : NZD 9,075 + Insurance Premium