Travel and tourism - level 3
2. Course description The BTEC Level 3 Diploma is a specialist Travel and Tourism work related qualification and students will gain knowledge understanding and the skills they need to prepare for employment in the Travel and Tourism Industry. The course is also designed to attract UCAS points for those who wish to progress to Higher Education.For the Diploma you will complete 120 credits over two years whilst for the Extended Diploma you will complete 180 credits over two years. You will study a range of units including:-Investigating the Travel and Tourism IndustryThe UK as a DestinationResort RepresentativesWorking in the Travel and Tourism IndustryLong-haul Travel DestinationsEntertainment for Holidaymakers
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3. Entry requirements To gain entry to this course you must possess a Level 2 Diploma in Travel & Tourism with a Merit or Distinction grade or four or more GCSEs at Grade C or above including English (or an equivalent qualification e.g. Level 2 English) and Maths. Two other subjects such as Geography Science or History or other equivalent qualifications are also acceptable to the College. You must also undertake a successful interview and provide a satisfactory reference.
4. Equipment required No equipment required
5. Assessment method All assessments are completed through set assignments which have various tasks to complete such as report writing role-plays presentations and discussions.
1. Qualification detail Qualification name Qualification Level Level 3 Course type Full time Course start date Contact for exact start and end dates. Instruction language English Additional pricing information You will not have to pay tuition fees if you are under 19 on 31 August in the year of your entry to the course and satisfy UK/EEA residency rules. Funding information Advanced Learner Loans available Attendance pattern Daytime/working hours Support facilities Students have access to recording studios, practice rooms, dance and drama studios and a 156 seat theatre, a six-court sports hall, a fitness studio, art studios, hair and beauty salons, a spa suite, engineering and construction workshops, training kitchens, lecture theatres, science laboratories, a restaurant and many more facilities in which to learn the skills that can lead to rewarding careers. ...