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Young Kiwis getting great career opportunities
Opportunities to build great careers in New Zealand’s thriving service sectors have been given a boost thanks to a ServiceIQ initiative that has just been funded by government, says ServiceIQ Chief Executive Andrew McSweeney.
Employers and employees prefer on-job training
A new study from Research First shows that service sector on-job training arranged by industry training organisation ServiceIQ has high levels of satisfaction.
Mt Ruapehu cadetship opens career doors for locals
Mt Ruapehu is opening up mountains of opportunity to local career seekers.
Winning formula equals Holiday Park success
Living and breathing the ‘great training = winning visitor experience’ formula has seen Lake Tekapo Motels and Holiday Park chalk up another win: the ServiceIQ Holiday Park Visitor Experience 2019 award.
Ambassador announced by ServiceIQ
Auckland War Memorial Museum Visitor Host, Parai Parai, has been recognised as a ServiceIQ Ambassador.
VET Reform needs to involve industry much more says ServiceIQ
ServiceIQ has released its submission on the Government’s vocational education and training (VET) system reform proposal. The submission, informed by many service sector employers and industry associations, agrees that there is room for improvement, but doesn’t support the proposal in its current form.
New Zealand service industry job growth set to continue
Job opportunities in many of the country’s service sectors show no sign of slowing according to new regional economic updates released by ServiceIQ, Industry Training Organisation for tourism, travel, retail, retail supply chain, aviation, hospitality and museums.
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.
Online is on for fledgling travel agents going professional
ServiceIQ is delighted to announce that new travel agents can now be assessed quickly and easily online to gain the industry’s professional qualification. Doing away with paperwork will also make it easy for users to complete the qualification at work.
Top industry executive joins ServiceIQ
Top service industry executive Tony Laskey has been appointed as ServiceIQ’s new General Manager – Industry Engagement, from 4 February.