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Qualification name Applied Diploma in Tourism
Qualification level 3
Awarding organisation WJEC (Formerly Welsh Joint Education Committee)
Course type Classroom based
Course hours Full-time
Course start date 1st September 2022
Cost description N/A
Attendance pattern Daytime

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Eduqas - Travel and Tourism provides students with an excellent opportunity to take an exciting and rewarding subject, focused on their area of interest. Travel is a rapidly expanding study area both at KS5 and higher education as students are interested in increasing their knowledge of one of the world's biggest industries. The qualification is designed to allow the students to study a variety of units whilst still providing the freedom for students to investigate destinations that appeal to them. Students are required to complete units in: The United Kingdom Tourism Product: what the UK offers to inbound and domestic tourists and the range of employment opportunities available Worldwide Tourism Destinations: what motivates people to travel and the range and appeal of worldwide tourism destinations The Dynamic Tourism Industry: how tourism is an adaptable ever changing industry which operates on a local, national and global scale Event and Itinerary Planning: the process of event management as well as the nature of tour itineraries within the UK. Units are assessed through 50% coursework and 50% examination, thus providing students with alternative assessment methods to more traditional A Levels. The assessment methods allow all students to achieve and are rewarded for the efforts they put in throughout the course.

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Eduqas - Travel and Tourism provides students with an excellent opportunity to take an exciting and rewarding subject, focused on their area of interest. Travel is a rapidly expanding study area both at KS5 and higher education as students are interested in increasing their knowledge of one of the world's biggest industries. The qualification is designed to allow the students to study a variety of units whilst still providing the freedom for students to investigate destinations that appeal to them. Students are required to complete units in: The United Kingdom Tourism Product: what the UK offers to inbound and domestic tourists and the range of employment opportunities available Worldwide Tourism Destinations: what motivates people to travel and the range and appeal of worldwide tourism destinations The Dynamic Tourism Industry: how tourism is an adaptable ever changing industry which operates on a local, national and global scale Event and Itinerary Planning: the process of event management as well as the nature of tour itineraries within the UK. Units are assessed through 50% coursework and 50% examination, thus providing students with alternative assessment methods to more traditional A Levels. The assessment methods allow all students to achieve and are rewarded for the efforts they put in throughout the course.

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Name Tring School
Address Mortimer Hill
Tring
Hertfordshire
HP23 5JD
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Email tringschool@tring.herts.sch.uk
Phone 01442 822303
Website http://tring.herts.sch.uk/

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