A Day At Auckland Zoo – Practical training for students of Tourism Management

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Students of AIS Tourism Management Programme spent a day studying at Auckland Zoo, New Zealand about Eco-Tourism.
 
Speaking of the field trip, Jonathon Spring – lecturer of the class said:
The reason we came to the Zoo today was to give students an experience of what Eco-Tourism is and how it looks in the real world.The important thing is that they learn something, have fun and could be able to put their learnings into practice.
 
PRACTICAL TRAINING APPROACH IS THE KEY FOCUS OF AUCKLAND INSTITUTE OF STUDIES (AIS).
 
Eco-Tourism students learn via field trips as well as in the classroom

Students of AIS Tourism Management Programme had a day studying at Auckland Zoo, New Zealand about Eco-Tourism.

 

Auckland Zoo makes for the perfect backdrop to learn about Eco-Tourism

Students came to the Zoo to learn the things happening in the real world in terms of Eco-tourism. One of the students said:

The greatest thing in this trip is that I saw and learnt about the Kiwi bird which is unique to New Zealand. Learning from the way Auckland Zoo demonstrates through their education programme is another brilliant thing.

Another student (from Japan) said:

Students get up close with a Kereru

The practical training approach at AIS makes the study both fun and easy at the same time.

I’m so excited to get hands-on experience with the tourism industry in New Zealand. Through presentations, theories in class and field trips, we remember more things. The practical approach to training at AIS makes the study both fun and rewarding at the same time.

Education is an integrated part of Tourism in New Zealand

Education is an integrated part of Tourism in New Zealand

Videos, materials and demonstration at Auckland Zoo make the learning more engaging, fun and easy.

Videos, materials and demonstration at Auckland Zoo make the learning more engaging, fun and easy.

Auckland Zoo allows visitors get up close with native fauna to learn more about Eco-Tourism

Jonathon Spring guided the field trip to students

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