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Travel and Tourism (Level 3) Diploma at Tresham College of Further and Higher Education

Course description

With the ability to gain Resort Representative (Year 1) and Cabin Crew (Year 2) qualifications as part of your study programme, this is a great way to give your CV a boost in this competitive industry!

Course content

You will investigate the development of the travel and tourism industry and learn about marketing this distinctive product. You will look at worldwide tourist destinations and their appeal to different customers. You will also be required to attend tutorials, complete work experience and employability studies.

Entry requirements

A grade C in GCSE English or above and 3 other GCSEs at C or above, OR a Level 2 in Travel and Tourism with a satisfactory reference and equivalent English and preferably maths.

Assessment

Written tasks, presentations, observations, practical tasks, coursework portfolios and tests.

Financial information

You will be required to participate in compulsory study visits which will amount to approximately £180 in year 1 and £400 in year 2. Previous trips have included destinations such as New York and Morocco.

Future opportunities

This course will prepare you for entry into employment in the industry or for higher education study.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Tresham College of Further and Higher Education directly.

Last updated date: 09 June 2016
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