NWSLC HND Travel & Tourism- UCAS Code 0103

North Warwickshire and South Leicestershire College

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HND Travel & Tourism

The market for holidays and leisure continues to grow with Argentina, Arizona and British Columbia in the top three new destinations to watch, according to ABTA’s latest survey of key trends. With our HND in International Travel and Tourism Management, you will learn about the most exciting tourist destinations both at home and abroad. You will explore issues in the sector including contemporary travel and tourism, customer experience, industry and professional practice, business toolkit and leadership and management for service industries. The course also covers management of conference and events, global tourism destinations, consumer behaviour and insight, along with many more. Your own personal research project could lead you into a career in one of the most diverse and thrilling sectors, or once you have complete the HND you could top-up to a full BA Hons Degree.

Course cost: £5950 per year
Duration: 2 Years
Credit Value: 240
UCAS Code: 0103

College Referance Code: N79

This course includes both mandatory and optional units.
Mandatory:

  • The Contemporary Travel and Tourism Industry
  • Managing the Customer Experience
  • Professional Identity and Practice
  • The Travel and Tourism Business Toolkit
  • Leadership and Management for Service Industries
  • Research Project
  • Tourism Consumer Behaviour and Insight

Optional:

  • Managing Conference and Events
  • Global Tourism Destinations
  • Marketing Essentials for Travel and Tourism
  • Destination Management Services
  • Special Interest Tourism
  • Tourist Resort Management
  • Organisational Behaviour
  • Managing and Running a Small Business

Entry Requirements
64 UCAS Points

Course Assessment
Assessment will include Pearson-set projects at both Level 4 and 5 and a wide variety of assessments to meet learners’ needs which may include: written reports, in class tests, exams, discussions, seminars, presentations, reflective journals, taught sessions, workshops, tutorials and ‘live’ situations that enable students to demonstrate their skills.

Progression Opportunities
By the end of the course learners will be professional, self-reflecting individuals who will be able to meet the demands of employers in travel and tourism sector. Learners will gain specific travel and tourism skills, knowledge and the understanding to be able to achieve in the global travel and tourism environment.

Additional Costs and Information
A number of trips are planned into the programme to support and contextualise learning at minimal cost. Learners are encouraged to support their studies with skills and knowledge gained through employment or work experience. A variety of guest speakers are invited in to share experience and give an insight into the sectors studied as part of the programme, alongside visits to a variety of organisations and locations.

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