Updates and notices on everything for schools
The current delivery timeframes for our print-to-order resources are longer than we, and you, expect.
Review All Done – New Documents Ready
We are delighted to let you know that ServiceIQ’s review of its Consent and Moderation Requirements (CMRs) has been completed successfully and the new documents are now available for you to use.
Costs for Pre-moderation and Consent to Assess
From 1 January 2019, some of the Pre-moderation and Consent to Assess services that we have been absorbing will be cost recovered.
New Gateway pricing
From 2019, the new price for most Readymade Gateway training will be $500 plus GST.
Countdown SEEDS Celebration
On Friday 28th of October, Countdown Auckland Airport celebrated the completion of the SEEDS Programme with four students from Aorere College.
Getaway to a great adventure in Māori Tourism
ServiceIQ offers a choice of fantastic Gateway Tourism Cultural Camps held at beautiful marae around the country, such as Waiheke Island or Waitomo Caves and a new one on Kapiti Island. The camps are designed to give Year 13 students the rare opportunity to gain first-hand experience, practical skills and unit standards, while staying in a unique New Zealand cultural setting.
Tasty new course on the school menu
The new canapé creation course offered by ServiceIQ is a great way to introduce cookery students to the exciting world of catering. The fun starter will help give culinary students confidence and inspiration to take an even greater interest in a cookery career.
National Secondary School Culinary Challenge
The knives were out … as were the smoking machines, sous vide ovens, vacuum sealers and a vast array of pots, pans, jugs and plates. Sixteen of the most talented hospitality students in New Zealand took on the ultimate food battle – the chance to win the coveted title of 2018’s National Secondary Schools Culinary Challenge.
Two successful Māori Culture & Tourism Gateway Camps
Last school holidays ServiceIQ held two highly successful Māori Culture & Tourism Gateway Camps.
Alternative Pathways to University Expo
Year 11 and 12 students from Sacred Heart College, Hutt Valley High School, St Oran's, St Bernard's and Chilton attended the Alternative Pathways to University Expo held at the Walter Nash Stadium on 6 and 7 June.