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Oamaru i-SITE wins national award
Oamaru’s i-SITE Visitor Information Centre was awarded ServiceIQ’s 2014 Staff Professional Development Award at the i-SITE Conference in Dunedin yesterday.
Congratulations WorldSkills winners
Apprentices and trainees from around the country gave it their best at WorldSkills NZ in Hamilton last weekend.
Hotel Industry’s Newest Rising Star Honoured
Janelle McClintock of Auckland is the new ServiceIQ Hotel Industry Outstanding Young Executive of the Year.
Jenn Harmon - RNZAF
I got all this training while being paid. I do not need to get a student loan. I also like to think that I am helping New Zealand too.
Amanda Roberts - The Museum Art Hotel
I want to be the general manager of a top hotel. I have already stepped through many roles and am now assistant general manager at The Museum Art Hotel.
Celia Refiti - Air New Zealand
One of the great things is helping first time travellers. They can be really nervous. Ensuring that their check-in process is as stress free as possible is so important. These little things make all the difference and are rewarding.
Chris Dunand - Flightline Aviation
The aviation industry is a time-critical environment. Customers want their aircraft in the air, not in a workshop, so we are always under pressure to get planes operational as quickly as possible.
Christopher Ngaro - Air New Zealand
One of the things I enjoy about working for Air New Zealand is the people I work with and the different attributes they bring to the job. From planning a flight, to baggage make-up through to actually loading a plane, it’s all about planning, communication and working as a team.
Helen Gower - Auckland International Airport
I started with no formal training as a Customer Service Officer, over time gaining nationally recognised qualifications and moving up the career ladder along the way.
Tim Draisey - Air New Zealand
I worked in a variety of areas in the engineering workshops with a focus on aircraft structure and mechanics. The hands on aspect of my apprenticeship matched my learning style. Now, as a licensed aircraft engineer, I can take my skills anywhere in the world.