Travel and Tourism BTEC Level 3 Advanced Subsidiary Diploma at Plymstock School
Students of the course will be expected to produce six portfolios of evidence based on exam board guidelines; there are no external examinations. Each portfolio will be produced in both lessons and at home. All units are graded Pass, Merit, Distinction or Distinction*. Full award certificates are graded in the same way.
After Year 12, students who have achieved the Level 3 Certificate can go on to complete the 3 remaining units in Year 13 to achieve the Advanced Subsidiary Diploma equivalent of A2. They can be taken in combination with A Levels and other BTECs; they are regarded by most universities as the equivalent of A Level qualifications.
Investigating Travel & Tourism Industry
Business of Travel & Tourism
UK as a Destination
Customer Service In Travel & Tourism
Preparation For Employment
At least 5 A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent).
These are challenging, yet attainable qualifications which relate directly to the expectations of employers. They give students hands on experience in a wide range of career linked skills, while supporting progression to the workplace, further education or higher education. They can also be completed in conjunction with a work placement. Clearly anyone interested in a career in the Travel and Tourism sector (the world’s largest employer) should consider this course. Progression can be made to complete a Further Education course or even Travel & Tourism/Management or related courses at degree level.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Plymstock School directly.