Do you constantly dream of travelling to exotic locales around the world, and…. being paid to do this?
|What if I said you could turn this dream into a solid career, and spend your days meeting people from all over the world?
Or….. if you are passionate about Aoteroa, show visitors just how stunning and unique New Zealand is, be this Queenstown, the iconic Coromandel or the renowned wine region of Hawke’s Bay.
Graduates of the course can become tour operators, travel attendants and travel agents.
Crown’s Tourism Certificate Leads To…
You’ll learn about the tourism industry, both at home and abroad.
We’ll cover how the industry works, and what options you have when the course is over. You will learn the important stuff like health and safety laws, the tourism economy and how a travel workplace operates.
Being a ‘people person’ you’ll easily pick up customer service and communication skills to make sure your visitors and guests have the best experience possible.
The tourism industry is a very exciting place to work, and your career could take you absolutely anywhere from ski country and beach towns to international companies like Club Med and Disney!
If you’re looking for even more excitement, your Crown certificate could lead you to a career in adventure tourism or even aviation – the possibilities are endless.
Crown’s history of producing grads that go on to supreme travel jobs means we can give you an edge when it comes to finding work.
Our course is only open to the public three times a year, so you need to book yourself in for an interview today. Why Crown? A well-designed course is what you’re getting at Crown Institute giving you the knowledge and skills required to understand how the industry works.
A well-designed course is what you’re getting at Crown Institute giving you the knowledge and skills required to understand how the industry works.
Tourism Level 3 Course Details
|Course length||20 Weeks (2 terms of 10 weeks, plus holiday breaks)|
|Course achievement||New Zealand Certificate in Tourism (Level 3)
Strands Tourism and Travel
12 Feb – 6 Jul 2018, 19 Mar – 17 Aug 2018, 30 Apr – 21 Sep 2018, 5 Jun - 2 Nov 2018, 16 Jul –7 Dec 2018, 1 Oct 2018 – 19 April 2019 (scheduled break from 10 Dec 2018 to 11 Feb 2019)
|Course times||20 hours per week from 9.00am -1.00pm|
|Domestic entry requirements||You should be 16 years of age or over on the date you start your course. You must attend a personal interview and meet all eligibility criteria (please contact us for details).|
|International student entry requirements||IELTS 5.0 with no band lower than 5, or TOEFL pBT 510 with an essay score of 4.5 TWE, or TOEFL iBT 64 with a writing score of 20 or Crown entry test.|
|Further study||To gain the best qualifications possible for your chosen career direction, we recommend speaking with one of our friendly careers counsellors. Students who successfully complete the New Zealand Certificate in Tourism and Travel may wish to continue their studies in any of the following:
CI 134 New Zealand Certificate in Travel Level 4
CI 433 New Zealand Certificate in Food and Beverage Service (Café and Bar Services) Level 3
CI 434 New Zealand Certificate in Accommodation (Hotel) Level 3
|International Fees||Click here|