Updates and notices on everything for schools
New online learning material for teaching coffee appreciation and barista skills
Hospitality teachers will be able to give students the opportunity to learn the right blend of knowledge to kick-start a piping hot hospitality career with ServiceIQ’s new blended courses – Coffee Appreciation (Level 3) and Barista Skills (Level 2).
Partnership with BlackCap
We’re proud to have partnered with BlackCap. This is a new social site designed to help young Kiwis share their experiences, give advice or recommendations, and curate their personal brand to support their future career goals.
Assessment Intention Plan
Our Assessment Intention Plan (AIP) for 2018 is well underway
New e-learning resources a good start
At the end of last year we released a limited number of hospitality resources online. Since then we’ve been listening to teachers and students to find out what’s working and where we can improve. Students have the opportunity to complete a survey when they finish each resource and the feedback so far is overwhelmingly positive.
Helping your cookery students into work
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.
eLearning platform feedback will allow us to continually improve the system and create a positive online experience for schools.
ServiceIQ’s new online learning for schools is here
Everything you get now. Only better, brighter and lower cost. Our new blended training resources are a perfect mix of online and print material. They’re purpose-designed to deliver an engaging learning experience for your students, at less cost to you.
Our printed Assessments and learning material will soon start to look a little bit different.
Certificate ordering process revised
ServiceIQ has a new Certificate ordering process that is great news for you and your students.
Māori Culture & Tourism – Special week-long workshops for your students
If your students are serious about building a career in New Zealand tourism, it’s important that they become culturally sound in respect of their own environment and gain a good appreciation of the values of Māori culture.