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Course - BTEC Introductory Diploma in Travel & Tourism

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  • Entry requirements
    You will have an initial assessment of your literacy skills and will need to achieve a score of Entry Level 2 in order to gain access to the course. The aim of the BTEC Introductory Diploma is to stimulate and recognise achievement in learners who may: - · Be aged 14–19 · Wish to follow a vocationally related course · Have gained some qualifications at Entry level · Have limited achievement at GCSE grades D–G · Wish to make a fresh start on a course that offers a different learning and assessment style · Be post-19 and intend to return to education/training or prepare for employment. You will be invited to the college for an interview and expected to demonstrate yourself as an enthusiastic member of the student group. There are no other fixed requirements for joining this course. You may be required to bring evidence of previous work to the interview.
  • Academic Title
    BTEC Introductory Diploma in Travel & Tourism
  • Course description
    Duration of Course:
    One-year full time study
    What does it include?
    The BTEC Introductory Diploma aims to:
    ·         Develop a range of skills and techniques, understanding, personal qualities and attitudes essential for successful employment opportunities.
    ·         Develop learners’ abilities in Travel & Tourism through the knowledge and skills gained on completion of all units of the qualification.
    ·         Explore Travel & Tourism industry and related specialist sectors.
    The BTEC Introductory Diploma offers a broad introduction to a vocational sector and develops the personal skills and attributes that learners need in order to increase confidence in their ability to work, learn and achieve their full potential at Level 1.
    These skills and attributes, coupled with basic and key skills mapped to the qualifications, will form the basis of successful study at higher levels.

    Where does it lead?
    Progression to level two courses in Sport – Performance, Sport, Travel & Tourism.

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