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    Development Calendar 2017

    It became clear during meetings with schools last year that an annual development cycle was preferable to the staggered release of resources as they were developed. This allows schools to plan ahead and gives us time to incorporate feedback into whole suites of resources instead of doing it piecemeal.

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    Māori Culture & Tourism – special week-long workshops for your students

    Piritahi Marae – Waiheke Island. 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.

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    Tourism Level 2 schools programme letter of support

    NZQA requires schools that want to deliver the ServiceIQ programme of study for Tourism level 2 to apply for accreditation to deliver the programme.

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    Get set for new Tourism 2017

    If you’re teaching Tourism in 2017, the New Zealand Certificate in Tourism (Introductory Skills) (Level 2) is a new programme that has some NZQA requirements that are different to the National Certificate in Tourism (Level 2) programme that you may have used previously. Find out how to deliver this new programme in 2017.

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    Cookery and Food & Beverage Products

    Updated Cookery and Food & Beverage Packs for Schools are now available to order from our website.

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    Requesting Certificates & NZQA Record of Achievement (ROA)

    There has been a change with regard to the NZQA evidence that ServiceIQ receives and sights in order to issue secondary school students with a unit standard certificate. (e.g. 167, 17284, 17288). 

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