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Are you ready to fly high?
The International Travel College of
New Zealand (ITC) has just opened a
brand new Airport Training Centre at
its City Campus. The centre will be only
the second of its kind in the country;
the first is at ITC's Botany Campus.
The huge Airport Training Centres
simulate real-world airports, including
check in, customs, gate lounges, and
even planes where students are trained
in all aspects of in-flight service.
Training also incorporates the CODECO
online check in system, currently used
by 52 airlines worldwide.
ITC has been a premium supplier in the
airline, airport and travel and tourism
industries for over 15 years. The college
focuses on making its' training relevant
to employers in those areas.
"We've got great relationships with
the industries we work with, and the
practical nature of our courses means
that our graduates are ready to work in
their chosen fields," says ITC's Marketing
Director Claire Huxley. "That translates
into great job placement rates and a
willingness from our industry partners
to provide our students with onsite
Both ITC's Botany and City Campuses
are taking 2011 enrolments now. Find
out how you can launch your career
in the airline, airport, and travel and
tourism industries by phoning the ITC
Team now 0800 868747 or
(09) 373 5510 for more information,
or check our website www.itc.co.nz
this Saturday 7th May
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Market Specials available instore until Sunday 15th May,
while stocks last
Opening Hours 8.30am-7pm, 7 Days
Cnr Blackbridge & Linwood Rds, Karaka.
Ph 09 291 9364
Instore Tastings 10 - 2pm
Over the Moon Cheeses
Charmaine Solomon Thai Curry Pastes
Turanga Creek Wines
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Visit central Auckland s best value attraction and get free admission
to the museum galleries with proof of Auckland address.
Experience the beautiful Waitemata Harbour on a
heritage vessel sailing, $10 adults, $5 children.
Sailings operate Wednesday-Sunday only.
Discover more at Voyager.
Image supplied courtesy of Philips Selecon; Photographer: Michael Woods
Open 9.00am-5.00pm seven days a week
Corner Quay & Hobson Streets
Ph: +64 9 373 0800
First-hand knowledge: David Brundell of Gardenza Nurseries in Glenbrook is calling for
prospective students to study the national certificate in horticulture.
Expert help for gardeners
Avid gardeners will soon
have the chance to get
free gardening tips in
one of Auckland's most
looking out to Gardenza
nurseries near Glen-
turist David Brundell is
taking on students to
join an innovative dis-
tance tutorial pro-
gramme that has become
a popular choice among
small block owners,
gardeners and horticul-
The national certifi-
cate in horticulture level
2 run by the Taratahi
Centre offers a mix of
theory and practical
knowledge and skills in
the field of horticulture.
The no-fees mixed
mode delivery allows
people to access the
course material and
assessments online or on
paper format allowing
students the flexibility to
fit their studies around
The programme is
structured so support is
provided to students by
their learning facilitator
on a one-to one basis, via
e-mail, telephone, or
on the needs and location
of the student.
There are monthly
seminars and field trips
for students to keep in
close contact with their
tutor and peer groups.
The course is very
flexible and easy to fol-
low,'' training facilitator
Mr Blundell says.
Mr Brundell, who will
be holding classes at his
Glenbrook nursery, has a
masters degree in horti-
culture with 25 years'
expertise in the field,
and vast research and
practical knowledge of
To enrol for the June
intake, call (09) 235-3834
or -mail david.brundell@
Community paint makeover
Do your local clubrooms
look a bit shabby?
Has your neighbour-
hood playground seen
If your community's
got a much-loved and
important building or
landmark that's in dire
need of a new coat of
paint, Dulux wants to
hear about it. The New
Zealand paint manufac-
turer has launched a
that aims to help
brighten up communities
all over the country.
A total of 20 extreme
paint makeovers are on
offer, with each prize
including up to 100 litres
of Dulux Colours. Com-
munity groups wishing
to nominate a com-
munity project in need of
a paint makeover can go
to www.dulux.co.nz to
lodge an entry.
Entries close on May
15 and the winners will
be announced in early
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