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ServiceIQ puts 2018 New Zealand Museum Award winners on a pedestal
Proudly sponsored by ServiceIQ, New Zealand’s most outstanding exhibitions, programmes and museum projects were announced last week at a gala event at Christchurch Art Gallery.
Cookery career-maker! Premiere cooking competition launches careers for every entrant
For the first time, the National Secondary Schools Culinary Challenge (NSSCC), the country’s premiere cooking competition for up-coming chefs, is offering a whole lot more than a prize for just a few.
MPs get critical skills shortage insights
New Zealand is suffering from critical skills shortages. Change needs to happen, and happen quickly. To help politicians advance this goal, this week every Member of Parliament was sent a set of valuable documents that articulate how to tackle this urgent need.
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ServiceIQ launches new blended online learning for schools
Gateway to a high-flying career
An ambitious Year 12 student from Auckland’s Green Bay High School has won a valuable scholarship to help propel him towards his goal of becoming an airline pilot.
New guide gives service careers kick-start
For the first time, a comprehensive new guide that introduces young Kiwis to the many career opportunities in New Zealand’s booming service industry has been published by ServiceIQ, Industry Training Organisation (ITO) for tourism and travel, retail and retail supply chain, hospitality, aviation, and museums service sectors.
Superior skills win gold for famous Dunedin Brewery
The very best service is on tap at one of Dunedin’s finest breweries. Top-rating Emerson’s Taproom has taken out the coveted ServiceIQ Excellence in Training and Staff Development Award at the glittering NZ Hospitality Awards 2017 event held in Wellington.
ServiceIQ on-job training qualifications are airborne with Emirates Flight Catering in the UAE
ServiceIQ has successfully taken its workplace education programmes to an exciting new customer and market overseas. In September, the ITO for New Zealand’s aviation, hospitality and other service sectors, awarded internationally recognised qualifications to its first graduates in the UAE.
NZTalent: Start with skills but end with qualified
The open letter signed this week by 100 companies has been applauded by the industry training organisation for the nation’s booming service sectors, ServiceIQ. But it wants a postscript.
Waitangi Treaty Grounds make history by winning major tourism award
The Waitangi Treaty Grounds won the prestigious ServiceIQ Visitor Experience Award at the 2017 New Zealand Tourism Awards held in Christchurch last night.