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Is GDP the only measure of success for a country, or should we be looking at different methods, is the question being asked at this year's Tourism Export Council NZ Conference. David Wilks, Department of Conservation Commercial Director, will be discussing an alternative measure, Gross National Happiness, which pegs economic success with measures... more >
The Conference and Incentive sector now has the opportunity to develop and recognise the skills and experience of its staff through a nationally recognised qualification. The National Certificate in Tourism (Conventions and Incentives) Level 4 is an NZQA approved  qualification for the sector that can now be achieved on-the-job, with a full... more >
The aviation industry needs to tackle the issue of an ageing workforce and keeping apace of new technology before an emerging national skills gap becomes a problem. New independent research commissioned by the Aviation, Tourism and Travel Training Organisation has shown that more than half of people currently working across the aviation sector are... more >
The outcomes of the Government review of ITOs, their role and effectiveness has now been released for further consultation. The review was undertaken over a 12 month period. In that time many of the performance issues that the Government had around the effectiveness of ITOs have been lessened by significant performance improvements. Additionally a... more >
A nationwide search is on for the best travel, tourism, museum and aviation trainees. ATTTO has launched the search for New Zealand's top trainees with the launch of its annual A+ Awards. The awards, which are open for nomination now, give ATTTO an opportunity to recognise trainees who have made an extra commitment to complete training, while... more >
Expanding best practice for treating risk in the aviation workplace and environment   Aviation practitioners are being brought together to develop best practice treatment plans to further reduce risk and enhance safety performance in the industry. more >
Tourism businesses wanting to be sure they are giving the authentic experience of New Zealand Aotearoa have a new training option. The Aviation, Tourism and Travel Training Organisation (ATTTO) has this week launched its new Tourism Aotearoa programme. The new programme offers the perfect training for everyone wanting to improve their... more >
The search has been launched to find the next generation of tourism stars. The Aviation, Tourism and Travel Training Organisation (ATTTO) is this year sponsoring the PATA Young Tourism Entrepreneur Award. The award is granted by the PATA New Zealand Trust, a not-for-profit New Zealand trust dedicated to investing in New Zealand's tourism future.... more >
Are you ambitious, committed and ready to take your career to the next level? Destination Northland and the Aviation Tourism and Travel Training Organisation (ATTTO) will jointly sponsor someone working in the tourism sector in Northland to train for a National Certificate in Business (First Line Management) for FREE.  Entries close... more >
An Auckland based Royal New Zealand Air Force engineer and successful trainee through  ATTTO has been  awarded  the opportunity to join the ‘Tool Blacks’ and demonstrate his trade skills on the world stage. more >
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