Travel and Tourism BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma at New Rickstones Academy
Students will draw on their own experiences of tourism and apply them to the tasks set within the respective units. Work is often collaborative, working in pairs and small groups. The course draws on a range of learning activities including researching company and destination websites, group-based presentations; report-writing; role plays and visits to more local visitor attractions. There is an increased focus on independent learning. Students use a variety of sources to facilitate their learning although all work is completed on a computer.
What are the future pathways and opportunities that are available when studying your subject?
This course is designed for those who might be interested in pursuing a career in the following areas:
- Holiday representatives
- Events management
- Cabin crew member
- Travel agency
- Tourist attractions
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact New Rickstones Academy directly.