ISEA April 2021 Online Agent Training is open for registration

ISEA is pleased to advise that we will offer a round of Online Agent Training in April for education agents promoting New Zealand as a study destination.

The next sessions for online training have been set as follows:

DateTimeModule

Tuesday

20 April

NZ Time

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

1.1 The New Zealand International Education Industry

1.2 Promoting New Zealand as a Study Destination

Wednesday

21 April

NZ Time

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

1.3 The New Zealand Education System

1.4 Enrolments and Procedures

1.5 Code of Practice

Thursday

22 April

NZ Time

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

1.6 Immigration

2.1 English Language Sector

Friday

23 April

NZ Time

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

2.2 School Sector

2.3 Tertiary Education Sector

The training will be delivered via the Zoom platform. We will send you a URL link to join the training prior to each session.

Please ensure you

  • Have a computer (individually) with a camera and microphone available
  • Have downloaded and installed Zoom Client for Meetings in your computer
  • Have created an account with Zoom

Please note

  • A presentation will be shared to your screen for each module during the training.
  • Please take notes as required throughout the training.
  • An online quiz will be included for each module. This is not a test but a way to help each one of you to understand the training content clearly.
  • We encourage you to engage with us during the training by asking questions and sharing your knowledge and experience.
  • A set of training documents will be posted to you after the training.

Book the training now at [email protected]

ISEA March 2021 Online Agent Training is open for registration

ISEA is pleased to advise that we will offer a round of Online Agent Training in February for education agents promoting New Zealand as a study destination.

The next sessions for online training have been set as follows:

DateTimeModule

Tuesday

2 March

NZ Time

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

1.1 The New Zealand International Education Industry

1.2 Promoting New Zealand as a Study Destination

Wednesday

3 March

NZ Time

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

1.3 The New Zealand Education System

1.4 Enrolments and Procedures

1.5 Code of Practice

Thursday

4 March

NZ Time

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

1.6 Immigration

2.1 English Language Sector

Friday

5 March

NZ Time

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

2.2 School Sector

2.3 Tertiary Education Sector

The training will be delivered via the Zoom platform. We will send you a URL link to join the training prior to each session.

Please ensure you

  • Have a computer (individually) with a camera and microphone available
  • Have downloaded and installed Zoom Client for Meetings in your computer
  • Have created an account with Zoom

Please note

  • A presentation will be shared to your screen for each module during the training.
  • Please take notes as required throughout the training.
  • An online quiz will be included for each module. This is not a test but a way to help each one of you to understand the training content clearly.
  • We encourage you to engage with us during the training by asking questions and sharing your knowledge and experience.
  • A set of training documents will be posted to you after the training.

Book the training now at [email protected]

ISEA February 2021 Online Agent Training is open for registration

ISEA is pleased to advise that we will offer a round of Online Agent Training in February for education agents promoting New Zealand as a study destination.

The next sessions for online training have been set as follows:

DateTimeModule

Tuesday

2 February

NZ Time

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

1.1 The New Zealand International Education Industry

1.2 Promoting New Zealand as a Study Destination

Wednesday

3 February

NZ Time

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

1.3 The New Zealand Education System

1.4 Enrolments and Procedures

1.5 Code of Practice

Thursday

4 February

NZ Time

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

1.6 Immigration

2.1 English Language Sector

Friday

5 February

NZ Time

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

2.2 School Sector

2.3 Tertiary Education Sector

The training will be delivered via the Zoom platform. We will send you a URL link to join the training prior to each session.

Please ensure you

  • Have a computer (individually) with a camera and microphone available
  • Have downloaded and installed Zoom Client for Meetings in your computer
  • Have created an account with Zoom

Please note

  • A presentation will be shared to your screen for each module during the training.
  • Please take notes as required throughout the training.
  • An online quiz will be included for each module. This is not a test but a way to help each one of you to understand the training content clearly.
  • We encourage you to engage with us during the training by asking questions and sharing your knowledge and experience.
  • A set of training documents will be posted to you after the training.

Book the training now at [email protected]

ISEA hosted accredited agents and support partners for Christmas & New Year

ISEA organised a morning tea for our accredited agents and industry support partners on 11th December to appreciate their contribution and support to the ISEA initiatives.

It has been a tough year for the international education industry but we believe together we can get through this and welcome international students to New Zealand, one of the safest study destinations in the world in the near future.

We look forward to continuously working with each other in the coming 2021.

ISEA welcomes Study Northland as our industry support partner

ISEA is pleased to welcome our new industry support partner Study Northland.

Owned by Northland Inc, the regional economic development agency for the Northland region, Study Northland works with a range of high quality schools and tertiary institutions to promote Northland as a study destination and to ensure international students are provided with a safe and supportive environment.

Northland is the warmest part of New Zealand and is known for stunning beaches, ancient kauri forests and rich cultural heritage. We have low international student numbers and strong outdoor education programs so students can learn to surf, sail, ride horses, play golf and a range of other activities. Students also have opportunities to visit and stay on a marae, to learn Te Reo (Maori Language) and to visit Waitangi and Cape Reinga.

ISEA look forward to working closely with Study Northland to bring more international students to study in the Northland region.

Websitewww.studynorthland.nz

FacebookStudyNorthlandnz

Instagramstudynorthland

YouTube:  Study Northland

ISEA welcomes the newest member of our Education Advisory Board

ISEA are pleased to introduce the newest member of our Education Advisory Board, Mr Celso Luiz Garcia.

 Celso is one of the founders and Co-CEO at CI Intercambio, one of the biggest and most prestigious education and language travel agencies in Brazil. He has more than 35 years of experience working with international education, running 120 CI offices in Brazil and offices overseas in Canada, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. Celso has been President of BELTA (Brazilian Educational and Language Travel Association) and director and board member of several other organizations linked to the national and international travel and education industry in Brazil.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ISEA welcomes Destination Rotorua as our industry support partner

ISEA is pleased to welcome our new industry support partner Destination Rotorua.

As one of the Rotorua Lakes Council controlled organisations, Destination Rotorua is the economic development agency and the Regional Tourism Organisation for the Rotorua district. International students can find a variety of study options available at nearly 50 primary and secondary schools in Rotorua. Toi Ohomai Institute of Technolgy, one of the largest Institute of Technology and Polytechnics in New Zealand, operates two campuses in this region. International students are provided with one-on-one learning opportunities to overcome language and study difficulties. As a renowned tourist destination, international students are able to access fantastic extracurricular activities only available in Rotorua, which provide them with a unique study environment and enrich their learning experiences.

ISEA looks forward to working closely with Destination Rotura to explore possible cooperations on promoting Study in Rotorua.

Website: www.rotoruanz.com/study

Facebook: RotoruaNZ

Instagram: rotoruanz

YouTube: Rotorua NZ

ISEA welcomes Whanganui & Partners as our preferred partner

ISEA is pleased to welcome our new preferred partner Whanganui & Partners.

Whanganui & Partners is Whanganui’s economic development agency which is dedicated to delivering a thriving and resilient economy to the Whanganui district.

There are a wide range of courses and programmes available to international students and there are over 50 schools and tertiary education providers in the Whanganui region. The small size of the district makes Whanganui a perfect place for international students to closely connect with the local community, build relationships with peers and tutors, get involved in the outdoors, sports and cultural activities. International students are carefully looked after and supported by a warm and diverse community.

ISEA will work closely with Whanganui & Partners to develop business opportunities and bring more international students to study in the Whanganui region.

Website: discoverwhanganui.nz/education

Facebook: Whanganui & Partners and Discover Whanganui

LinkedIn: Whanganui and Partners

Instagram: Discover Whanganui

ISEA welcomes Central Economic Development Agency as our preferred partner

ISEA is pleased to announce Central Economic Development Agency (CEDA) as our preferred partner.

 

CEDA is the economic development agency, and regional tourism organisation, for Palmerston North city and Manawatū. As a vibrant hub located in the lower half of the North Island of New Zealand, this region welcomes around 3,000 international students across the world every year to attend from primary school through to postgraduate programmes at a variety of world-class education providers. Palmerston North city has been accredited as a Safe City by the International Safe Community Foundation and the region is often ranked as of the most affordable areas to live in New Zealand.

 

ISEA will work closely with CEDA to develop business opportunities and bring more international students to study at its connected education providers.

 

Websitewww.manawatunz.co.nz/study

Facebook: ManawatuNZ

Instagrammanawatu_nz

ISEA welcomes Pearson PTE Academic as a Preferred Partner

ISEA is pleased to welcome our preferred partner, Pearson PTE Academic.

Pearson PTE Academic is a leading English language test provider widely accepted by educational institutions and government agencies across the world.

As a preferred partner, ISEA will work with Pearson PTE Academic to develop business opportunities with industry stakeholders including education providers, education agents, international students and government agencies.