Travel and Tourism at John Willmott School (JWS)
LEVEL BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma
EXAMINATION BOARD EDEXCEL
The travel and tourism sector continues to grow at a rapid pace, with the amount of travel undertaken by individuals for both leisure and business purposes continuing to increase. An expansion in the short-break market has led to a growth of regional airports in the UK and across Europe and a rise in the number of new hospitality enterprises including health spas and boutique hotels. This rapid expansion has led to huge demand for a more flexibly skilled workforce.
The qualification has been designed to provide an all-round introduction to the travel and tourism sector for students who wish to consider a career in one of its many connected industries, including retail travel, visitor attractions, accommodation, transport and tour operations.
5 A* - C at GCSE.
SPECIFICATION AND UNITS OF STUDY
Students will study the following units over 360 GLH.
In Year 12 students will investigate:
• Unit 1 - Investigating the Travel and Tourism Sector
• Unit 3 - The UK as a Destination
• Unit 7 - European Destinations
In Year 13 students will investigate:
• Unit 2 - The Business of Travel and Tourism
• Unit 4 - Customer Service in Travel and Tourism
• Unit 26 - Researching Current Issues in Travel and Tourism
WHERE CAN THE COURSE LEAD?
This course will complement a range of BTEC and A level courses on offer, including Hospitality and Geography. The Year 12 units will enable students to achieve the BTEC Level 3 Certificate in Travel and Tourism at the end of Year 12 and the full Subsidiary Diploma, awarded at the end of Year 13, will also enable students to study appropriate courses at university.
WHO TO CONTACT FOR INFORMATION Mrs V Neale
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact John Willmott School (JWS) directly.