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Level 2 Diploma in the Business of Travel & Tourism
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Information about this Course
Travel & Tourism
Five GCSEs at grade 9-3 including
English and Maths, or a full Level 1 qualification with a ‘stepping stone’
English and Maths qualification.
The Travel and Tourism industry is one
of the most rapidly changing industries. With consumer demand set to return and
an increase in UK tourism there are a diverse range of jobs to suit a wide range
of people and skills.
This qualification will allow you to
investigate a range of areas within the industry. It will not only focus on
worldwide destinations but now look to importance of UK travel whilst
highlighting the business side of the industry. This course will challenge you
to work independently and as a team. You will be required to present and produce
assignment work to a high standard, you will need to be willing to work hard, be
resilient and undertake work placement throughout the year.
Over the course of the year you will
study the following units:
Customer service in travel and tourism
travel and tourism industry
and tourism destinations
Organising an event
Impact of tourism on a host community
Airports and airlines
purpose built attractions.
Lessons will include both teacher and
learner-led activities that will see you learn through a variety of approaches
such as lectures, industry workshops, online activity, presentations and group
activity. Assessment will vary but will largely be through written assignments,
role plays and presentation.
You can progress onto a number of courses including the Level 3
Introductory Diploma in Travel and Tourism, an Apprenticeship or full time
employment as an overseas representative, Junior or independent travel
consultant, air cabin member.