This course is one of a suite of vocational A Levels. It is ideal if you want to combine academic studies with a more practical “real world” approach.
It is recommended for those that have a keen interest in Travel and Tourism or enjoy applied learning and coursework.
Using work related contexts and innovative teaching and assessment methods, this course offers a broad introduction to the travel and tourism industry.
You will also develop your communication, numeracy and IT skills, research skills, report writing and public speaking skills.
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The Single Award leads to one A Level.
You will be required to produce two coursework portfolios of evidence each year.
Topics studied include:
A range of trips and events will be offered. These support your learning and provide opportunities to gain real life experiences and industry knowledge. They provide a good opportunity to get to know others and develop team working skills but they also help towards your coursework, for example the New York trip is part of the unit on Travel Destinations.
This course will enhance your prospects of working in the travel and tourism industry, for example as a travel advisor, hotel manager, adventure holiday trainer, air hostess or theme park manager.
I really enjoy Travel & Tourism. I was quite apprehensive about taking it but it complements Business Studies so much and there are lots of practical assessments and travelling. My tutor is amazing - I've had so much support. I've never worked so hard in my life and it has been really rewarding.
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