If you have a sense of adventure and like working as a team, why not consider a career as cabin crew? Working as an air steward or stewardness rewards those who are social and love to travel. This diploma program from Open Study College can help you learn what you need to know to be a competitive candidate for a position in the airline industry....
If you intend to work in the travel industry, either with an airline, tour operator or travel agent, this course will give you a head start in the race for employment. It is an industry recognised qualification which will often get you the interview for the job you desire. During the course students will learn the language of the airline industry,...
At the end of this course students will be able to understand: Calculate multi-sector fares. Backhaul checks. Special fares. Open jaw travel. MCO's and MPD's. Calculate mileage. IATA areas. Are there any additional requirements? Materials:Students will need to purchase, writing pads, pens, pencil etc.
This useful course builds on what you learnt in your Foundation course and covers important areas such as: world geography, special fares and taxes, fees and charges, child and infant fares and excess baggage.
Suitable for: All Travel Industry staff who need training up to IATA Licence Standard Level I
Scheduled air travel is one of the core product areas for the travel industry. This qualification is recognised and approved by the International Air Transport Association (IATA). It provides a working knowledge of airlines, their routes, their timetables and fare structure. The Certificate in Travel (Travel Agency) course can be studied alongside...
This course is for you if you are working in the travel industry or are looking for employment or promotion. You will learn how to calculate air fares and to issue tickets for customer itineraries.
To enable students who have passed Level One or equivalent to further their air travel studies to a higher level and to gain a further IATA qualification.
World geography and mileage system, add-ons, HIPs and minimum fares checks, combination of sector fares, limitations on indirect travel, surface sector, mixed-class fares, special fares, rebated fares, IATA advanced ticketing.
Suitable for: anyone who would like to work in the travel & tourism industry
You will explore customer service, worldwide destinations, touroperators'products and the travel industry alongside skills needed for theindustry. There is also the opportunity to study air fares and ticketing. Suitable for: This course is appropriate for those looking to work in thetravel industry or go onto higher education.
At the end of this course students will be able to understand: City and airport codes. Travel geography. Airline tickets and documents. How to calculate fares for air travel. Time and date formats. Calculate mileage. IATA areas. Are there any additional requirements? Materials:Students will need to purchase, writing pads, pens, pencil etc.
Suitable for: This course will give you an understanding of the structure of the travel and tourism industries and the way they operate.
Suitable for: All AIRLINE and TRAVEL INDUSTRY staff whose role is to check the fare quotes and interpret the more complicated fare enquiries in order to offer the lowest applicable fare.
In addition to preparing for travel agency and airline operations, the course provides participants with a thorough grounding in a range of areas of business management and modern day office technology related to the travel and tourism industry. Suitable for: The course provides a high standard of training and has world-wide recognition. It is...
This course builds on the learning from the Level 1 programme. You will investigate more complex itineries and calculations.
This programme provides the essential skills and qualifications required when working in today's travel industry. Suitable for: Those looking to launch their career in the travel industry.
12 of the following units: Travel and Tourism Industry. Business of Travel and Tourism. Tourist Destinations. Marketing Travel and Tourism Products and Services. Customer Service. Working in the Travel and Tourism Industry. Retail Travel Operations. Business Travel Operations. Tour Operations. Passenger Transport Operations. Incoming and Domestic.
Suitable for: The course is designed to prepare candidates for employment in the airline industry as cabin crew or ground staff or for with a tour operator as an overseas resort representative, covering a wide range of topics the course offers an insight into various areas of the travel industry.
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