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    Continuity for service industry

    Service sector employers partnering with ServiceIQ for their workplace training will continue to receive exceptional service when General Manager of Industry Engagement, Clare Savage, heads off on parental leave and Danielle Genty-Nott will be filling in for Clare.

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    Employers, students and schools get big gains with Gateway

    There are six options in the new ServiceIQ Service Sector Insights Gateway. Each awards a student at least 20 NCEA credits at Level 3, all earned from Unit Standards that are core to on-job training in the relevant sector.

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    New Gateway Galore

    “It’s been a real success”, enthuses Grant Hobbs, Gateway Coordinator at Auckland’s De La Salle College. “We’ve seen hundreds of young people engage with the workplace. Teachers and I have seen a real change in their maturity because they’re starting to work with adults. They’re starting to realise their own potential, and are gaining credits towards NCEQ Level 2 and Level 3.

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    Students take flight with new aviation option

    COVID-19 may have hit parts of the aviation industry hard, but it’s projected to pick up strongly. The International Air Transport Association has said that air travel may recover to previous levels in under three years.

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    Start your flying career at school!

    Few things capture people’s imaginations like flying. Whether it’s watching a jet race overhead, seeing hi-tech planes in the latest big-screen action movie, or the excitement of jumping on an airliner, the freedom of flight is fantastic. And some people want to take it further, with the ultimate ambition to be a pilot.

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    Rocket Lab Offers New Zealand’s First Aerospace Apprenticeship

    The programme enables apprentices to receive a formal ServiceIQ Aeronautical Engineering trade qualification for building Electron rockets and testing space hardware. 

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    Top chef says apprentices are good for business

    New Zealand punches above its weight in everything that matters. From sport to science, Kiwis have been internationally recognised as among the best in the world. It’s the same in hospitality, with local chefs known for their great skills and ability. Many have worked in – or run – some of the best restaurants here and in the world. 

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    The importance of skilled professionals in the service sector

    Skilled people help make a good business great. And now, if you run a business in the service industry, it’s never been easier to upskill your talented staff on the job. It’s also an ideal solution for employers who struggle to recruit experienced staff.

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    New recruits in hospitality can now get essential skills in weeks not years

    Successful hospitality employers know that training and retaining great staff is essential for a successful and sustainable business. The challenge is how can those businesses who need to get staff up to speed quickly find a reliable way to do it. ServiceIQ now has the answer. 

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