BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Travel and Tourism
“This is a unique and exciting opportunity for you to study towards a specialist work-related qualification which focuses on different aspects of employment in the industry.”
Who to contact for more information about this course
Queries should be directed to Mrs Lavery
Year 12 and Year 13
What is the course structure?
This qualification is built on Four mandatory units and specialist units. Equivalent to 1 'A' level.
What will I study?
This is a unique and exciting opportunity for you to study towards a specialist work-related qualification which focuses on different aspects of employment in the industry. The course covers the key knowledge and practical skills required in the sector and is designed to give learners an insight into the Travel and Tourism industry. Units include:
Investigating the Travel and Tourism Sector
The Business of Travel and Tourism
The UK as a Destination
Customer Service in Travel and Tourism
Preparing for Employment in Travel and Tourism
Long-haul Travel Destinations
Investigating the Cruise Industry
Working as a Holiday Representative
Events, conferences and exhibitions
UK Visitor Attractions
Hospitality operations in Travel and Tourism
Entertainment for holidaymakers
How is the course assessed?
The units are internally assessed and graded by teachers. These assessments are in the form of assignments, projects and practical activities bases on realistic work situation. Grades awarded are Pass, Merit, Distinction or Distinction*.