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Frontline Kiwi recharging the industry!!

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updated 13th August 2008
CH8/2008
Frontline Kiwi recharging the industry!!

Over 25 managers and staff from the travel and tourims industry attended our seminar on 17 July at ITC House, for a real ITC experience, a fun-filled and value-packed half-day.

The International Travel College of New Zealand (ITC) offers a range of two-day “Frontline Kiwi” courses. These are for frontline staff and their leaders working in the travel and tourism industries.

On this half-day they sampled the Frontline Kiwi fun/professional style of training. It focused mainly on teamwork, with exercises and sessions that helps delegates look at more effective ways of working in a team environment.

"This day was designed to help employers in our industry see just how effective the Frontline Kiwi training courses are. We also wanted to give them something that they can use the minute they get back at work, and improve their own and their team’s performance." said Ceri Jenkins, ITC sales executive, who invited the delegates to attend this session.

"This day was designed to help employers in our industry see just how effective the Frontline Kiwi training courses are. We also wanted to give them something that they can use the minute they get back at work, and improve their own and their team’s performance." said Ceri Jenkins, ITC sales executive, who invited the delegates to attend this session.

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