BTEC Level 2 First Extended Certificate in Travel and Tourism
This qualification includes four mandatory units that form the fundamental knowledge and understanding of travel and tourism principles. Specialist units that complement the course offers the opportunity to extend knowledge and understanding of the sector and deepen and enhance practical vocational skills for example by planning and working with others to deliver a travel and tourism study visit you will have the opportunity to demonstrate the ability to be able to work in the travel and tourism sector.
City and Guilds Level 2 Cabin Crew
This qualification is aimed at those who would like to develop the skills, knowledge and understanding to progress in to a career as Air Cabin Crew. The aim of this qualification is to allow learners to develop and practise the skills required to progress in this sector and support the skills needed within the aviation industry, with increased lifelong learning opportunities.
Level 3 Travel and Tourism Foundation Diploma
This qualification is designed to support learners who want to study travel and tourism as a one-year, full-time course, or for those wanting to take it alongside another area of complementary or contrasting study as part of a two-year, full-time study programme.
You will study 6 units in total of which 4 are mandatory and 2 are external assessments within year 1.
BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma in Travel and Tourism Year 2
This qualification is the second year of the level 3 two year programme in Travel and Tourism. Most units in this year are internally assessed which means assignments will be assessed within each of the units you study. The course is designed to support progression to further studies with the primary purpose to supporting access to Higher Education within the Leisure, Travel and Tourism Sector. During this course there will be the opportunity to research how to develop successful marketing plans for use in organisations and investigate current travel trends and key issues affecting the industry. You will examining the structure and leadership styles used within the accommodation sectors well as analysing the UK as a tourist destination for both inbound and domestic tourists.