Find out how you can up-skill your staff in Aviation, Travel, Tourism, Museums, Hospitality and Retail.
Read our 2016 SkillsIQ magazine! Our eight-page magazine celebrates the achievements of our trainees and businesses across our sectors.
“Excellent customer interaction and making great coffee are what I enjoy about the service industry.”
We work closely with schools so young people can discover that the service industry offers a wealth of opportunity.
“Service is being passionate about my job and having a positive influence on customers and our business.”
ServiceIQ can help you upskill your staff, giving them the knowledge and expertise to be better than ever, and contribute to your business success.
“The service industry has a lot more rewards and career opportunities than most people realise.”
Just 11 sectors account for around 26% of employment, with almost 457,000 full time equivalent jobs.
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“Customers decide how successful our business is. That's why it’s vital that everyone in the service industry realises the importance of providing quality service for every customer.”
The right training programmes and qualifications create a workforce that delivers service day after day.
The LCQ Bridging Test updates LCQ holders who trained under NZQA unit standards that were developed under the repealed Sale of Liquor Act 1989, and tests their knowledge of changes in legal obligations under the new Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012.
ServiceIQ works closely with schools throughout New Zealand so your students can discover that the service industry offers a wealth of opportunities for school leavers.
The importance of training was in the spotlight at a glittering awards event held last night to celebrate industry excellence at the Holiday Parks Association of New Zealand Conference dinner at Rotorua’s Bath House.
In Blenheim last weekend, some of New Zealand’s best young aircraft maintenance engineers from around the country battled it out to win a place in the national finals of the WorldSkills Aircraft Maintenance competition, to be held in Hamilton in late September 2016, the winner of which will take on the rest of the world at the WorldSkills international competition in Abu Dhabi in 2017.