Updates and notices on everything for schools
Battle of the Pans Photo Album
The Battle of the Pans is now finished, and the dishes have been fantastic – here’s a look at what has been.
School students get NCEA credits for hospo competitions
In pre-COVID times, hundreds of hospitality professionals join battle for the accolade of being the best of the best, as they pit their skills against each other in world-class cookery and food & beverage competitions.
Photo Album: Hospitality Teachers’ Professional Development
We’ve kicked off the PD days and the feedback has been fantastic – here’s a look at what you can expect.
Great news for you: ServiceIQ and Go with Tourism partner
Go with Tourism is a free support service with a range of resources to assist the New Zealand hospitality and tourism workforce. Services include educational pathways, and job and employer connectors.
Doing dishes to making dishes
School wasn’t doing it for Brooklyn O’Neil. He wanted to get out into the workforce and start making a go of things. So, he went looking for work and landed a job in a restaurant, in the classic starting-out role of dishwasher.
Schools, ServiceIQ and RoVE: nothing changes
The Government’s Reform of Vocational Education (RoVE) decision was announced on 1 August. As noted, the first steps are being taken towards the new system. The announcement made it clear that this will be a process that will take quite some time.
The art and science of preparing, cooking and serving food
We're delighted to announce that the new Cookery in Schools (Level 2) programme is ready.
Fantastic student feedback on our eLearning
Almost two years ago ServiceIQ launched our eLearning resources for schools and providers. At the end of each course we offer students the opportunity to provide us with feedback.
Countdown SEEDS Celebration
On Friday 28th of October, Countdown Auckland Airport celebrated the completion of the SEEDS Programme with four students from Aorere College.
Two successful Māori Culture & Tourism Gateway Camps
Last school holidays ServiceIQ held two highly successful Māori Culture & Tourism Gateway Camps.