Education in Great Britain. Bournemouth Business School International - Travel, Tourism & Hospitality Management - 12-week Certificate Course2220GBP
The Travel, Tourism and Hospitality Management programmes are best suited to participants with a minimum Intermediate level of English on entry (IELTS 5.5 for the certificate; IELTS 5.0 for the higher certificate, diploma and foundation), who are seeking a professional skills programme specialising in English, travel, tourism and hospitality management. The courses are aimed at young professionals and students who are seeking a career or further study in international travel and tourism and require proficiency in English. Depending on the options selected by students, these courses lead to awards from BBSI and Virgin Atlantic Airways, City and Guilds (Vocational Key Skills Certificate).
To meet the ever increasing world-wide demand for internationally recognised qualifications, BBSI offers the Virgin Atlantic Fares and Ticketing Levels 1 and 2 qualifications as integral parts of its travel and tourism courses. These qualifications are for people who aspire to the top jobs in airline ticket sales, and therefore need the professional IATA points, that are a prerequisite for a successful career in the travel industry.
IATA approved travel agencies must have staff who, between them, hold a minimum total of 40 points with 30 being the maximum held by any one person.
retail travel services
economic impact of tourism
resort planning and development
visitor attraction management
tour guides and representatives
marketing the tourism product
road and rail transport
historical development of tourism
career options in tourism
future developments structure of the industry
ancillary travel products
leisure and business travel
personal skills development
Virgin Atlantic Fares & Ticketing, Level 1 (term 2)
Virgin Atlantic Fares & Ticketing, Level 2 (term 3)
-to develop confidence and fluency in the language beyond intermediate level
-to develop effective business communication skills -to build appropriate vocabulary for the travel and tourism industry
-to develop a practical understanding of travel, tourism and hospitality management
-to develop an understanding of current developments and customer service issues within the travel industry
-to prepare students for university degree courses in travel and tourism-related fields
-to prepare students for the IELTS examination
-to prepare students for the optional ECDL qualification
Students with good attendance and who complete all assignments can expect to achieve a minimum language level of IELTS 6.0/6.5. They will also be able to function effectively in English in a professional business environment in fields related to international tourism and hospitality management, and will have acquired a sound knowledge and understanding of the tourism industry.
Application of Number
Virgin Atlantic Airways Fares and Ticketing Levels 1 and/or 2