Travel and Tourism with Hospitality & Event Management Level 3 Diploma

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For the Travel, Tourism and Hospitality option, you will study the same core elements as the travel and tourism qualification as well as studying hospitality in the industry.

Also if you like the sound of organising an event, you will get the opportunity to plan and deliver an event of your choice.

What will I study in Travel and Tourism with Hospitality & Event Management Level 3 Diploma?

Unit 01 The UK travel and tourism industry

Unit 02 Customer service in travel and tourism

Unit 03 Preparing for a career in travel and tourism

Unit 04 Travel and tourism destinations

Unit 05 UK Visitor attractions

Unit 06 Hospitality in travel and tourism

Unit 07 Work experience in travel and tourism

Unit 09 Travel agency operations

Unit 10 The UK conference and event industry

Unit 11 Marketing for travel and tourism

Unit 13  Resort Representative roles and responsibilities

Unit 14 Investigating airline cabin crew

Unit 16 Worldwide passenger airlines

Unit 17 The cruise industry

Unit 19 Responsible tourism

Unit 20 Specialist tourism

Unit 22 Storytelling for tourism

Unit 23 Tour guiding

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Entry Requirements

At least 5 GCSEs at grade 4 or above including 3 from the core subjects

How will I learn?

Learning will take place in a variety of ways such as:

Coursework

Demonstrations

Role plays

Assessment days

Work experience

Group work

Guest speakers

Enrichment activities

How will I be assessed?

There are no exams in this qualification therefore you will complete a range of units that will all contribute to your overall grade

Any trips?

Trips are a valuable part of the course and we encourage students to participate in them. In the past we have had residential visits to destinations such as: Seville, Tallinn, Budapest, Rome, Barcelona and Malta.

UK visits are also used to support units such as UK visitor attractions, customer service, the cruise industry and specialist tourism.

Are there any costs involved?

Residential trips are optional and on average cost between £450-£500.

UK trips have direct links to assessments and the attendance to these are highly encouraged, typically costing £40-£75

Cain Crew assessment day- £75

FAQs

Is this a good course if you would like to work overseas?

Yes. We look at career opportunities all over the world including the hospitality industry. In year 2 we study the roles of cabin crew and resort representatives.


Would I be able to go to university on completion of this course?

Yes, the qualification offers UCAS points in line with A -Levels.


Do you do any practical assessments?

Yes, there is a wide variety of practical assessments on this course! Firstly, you will get the opportunity to plan and deliver an event. In year 2 you will complete a Work Experience unit;  as part of the Customer Service unit there is an opportunity to work at Cheltenham Races; and the Tour Guiding unit allows you to plan and deliver a guided tour

 

 


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Extended Diploma
[168 UCAS pts. available]

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