Air New Zealand internship 2016/2017 (2017)
Type of ContentTheses / Dissertations
Thesis DisciplineEngineering management
Degree NameMaster of Engineering in Management
People on the planet know WHAT they do. Some people know HOW they do it. But very few people know WHY they do what they do. This report details my experiences and learning's throughout an internship with Air New Zealand with focus on the high-level thinking of the what , the why and how . The internship with Air New Zealand served to expose me to a wide range of learning experiences within the Aviation and Aircraft Maintenance industry as well as business environments alike. Focus was maintained around the 7 learning objectives as defined within period 1 of the internship. Each learning objective has maintained focus to one or more of the three Air New Zealand deliverables or an area of personal application and growth for myself. Further to this, this project served to test my abilities in recognising and implementing MEM teaching to real-life situations, develop personal and professional learning's as well as how to add value to the sponsoring company.
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