Travel and Tourism

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Our level 3 BTEC Travel and Tourism course is very popular with students and supports them in being successful in a vocational context through continuous assessment, without a formal external examination.

Year 12 BTEC Travel & Tourism Level 3 (from September 2013)

This is the equivalent to one AS Level.

Investigating the Travel and Tourism Sector

How is the industry constructed?

Who uses the industry?

How do organisations work together?

The UK as a Destination

Where do tourists visit?

What makes these areas appealing to different types of visitor?

How do tourists move around the UK?

Customer Service in Travel and Tourism

What skills are involved in providing quality customer service?

How can we measure the quality of customer service?

How does customer service differ between organisations and/or for different types of customer?

Year 13—BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma

This is the equivilent of one A Level

The Business of Travel and Tourism

European Destinations

Long-Haul Destinations

 

A Level Travel & Tourism

Unit 1—The Travel and Tourism Industry

How is the industry constructed?

Who uses the industry?

How do organisations work together?

Unit 2—The Travel and Tourism Customer

What is good customer service?

Why is good customer service important?

What are the needs of customers and how do they vary?

Unit 3—Destination Europe

Where do UK tourists go and why?

Which areas are becoming more popular?

How do we get to different areas?

Year 13 A2

Unit 7—Responsible Tourism

Unit 8—Current Issues in T&T

Unit 10—Promotion and Sales