Travel and Tourism

Home learning Travel and Tourism AS

Term 1

> Continue to research the scale of tourism into the UK (Unit 4.3)

> Make improvements to work handed back on a Monday.

> Compete weekly log of news events happening in the travel and tourism industry.

Term 2

> Continue to research factors effecting London’s popularity and appeal  (Unit 4.3)

> Make improvements to work handed back on a Monday.

> Compete weekly log of news events happening in the travel and tourism industry.

Term 3

> Use memrise to revise key terms.

>Compete weekly log of news events happening in the travel and tourism industry.

>Complete Unit 1 Workbook (flipped learning)

 

Term 4

> Use memrise to revise key terms.

>Compete weekly log of news events happening in the travel and tourism industry.

> Complete past papers one to be handed in each Monday. 

Term 5

> Revision using Unit 1 guide

>Revise past papers, feedback and targets.

 

KS5 (L3) Travel and Tourism

Edexcel BTEC National Travel and Tourism: Extended Certificate

Equivalent to one A-Level

What will you learn?

This qualification includes three mandatory units covering the following content areas.

  • The travel and tourism industry – the travel and tourism industry in the UK is growing and is of major importance to the economy. Learners will develop the skills needed to examine, interpret and analyse a variety of statistics that measure the importance of tourism to the UK.
  • Different types of destinations and their importance – learners will investigate the features and appeal of global destinations.
  • Customer service – learners will explore and apply ways of managing internal and external customer experience to support organisational success and develop their customer service skills. Learners select one optional unit to support their progression to travel and tourism and other courses in higher education.

You will also study one additional unit, TBC.

How is it Assessed?

The course is assessed through a written exam set by Pearson (Edexcel), a written task (set by Edexcel, completed in school) and assignments (Set and marked in school).