This course will equip you with the ‘whole package’ for a career – or higher level study – in travel, tourism and hospitality. From local to long-haul, from marketing to management, from event planning to eco-tourism – this is a varied and engaging programme enriched by off-site visits and guest speakers.
A range of pathways are available, dependent on your qualifications.
- One-year Extended Certificate
- One-year Foundation Diploma
- Two-year Diploma
- Two-year Extended Diploma.
- The business of travel and tourism in the UK
- European and long-haul destinations
- Customer service
- Marketing products and services
- Retail travel
- Tour operations
- UK visitor attractions
- Preparing for employment in travel and tourism
- Investigating the cruise industry
- English and Maths, as required.
One or two years full-time, depending on study route.
Students can progress to study Travel and Tourism at degree-level.
Work as a travel agent, events manager, visitor attraction manager, travel consultant, business development manager, marketing manager and many more.
Four GCSEs at grade 4 or C or equivalent, preferably including English and Maths, or a relevant BTEC Level 2 / First Diploma. A satisfactory reference is also needed.
BTEC Level 3 in Travel and Tourism
Our new childcare course launches in Riseholme in September... Find out how Ellie, a student at our partner College - Bishop Burton, secured her dream job working in events management following a successful work experience placement as part of her course.
She says her time at the College has helped provide her with a range of skills and the knowledge to work in many different areas of
the travel and tourism sector.
Ellie said: “We covered all different subjects really, from events management to the cruise industry. It has been very diverse and has
given me a really good insight.
“Large conferences and exhibitions, along with smaller weddings, is something I would like to go into eventually. The course has really prepared me for this, with lots of external trips.
“The references I got from my work experience placements helped me get a full-time job as an events co-ordinator at York Racecourse, so I’m really happy.”