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International Travel (with option to study Languages) NC

(SCQF level 6)

Food, Events, Hospitality & Tourism, Hospitality and Leisure

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Mode of Study

Full-time

Start Date

30th Aug 2021, 1 year

Location

City Campus

  • Applications from International Students Welcome
  • Overview

    This course will provide you with the skills and knowledge needed for an exciting career in the travel and tourism industry.

    We've put together a short presentation with some information on NC International Travel.

    This course is placed on the Scottish Credit Qualifications Framework at Level 6.

    Entry requirements

    Minimum entry requirements

    • Three National 5 qualifications at Grade C or above including English; OR
    • NC/NQ at SCQF level 5 in a related subject; OR
    • Other equivalent qualifications or experience.

    Additional selection requirements

    • You'll be invited for a group and/or individual interview where you can find out more about the course and tell us why you're interested in this subject area.  Where COVID restrictions are in place we will invite you to either a video meeting, telephone conference call or make an offer based on your application form.

    ESOL entry requirements

    Applicants whose first language is not English should have minimum ESOL Intermediate level 2 or equivalent for NC/NQ courses and ESOL Higher for HNC/D courses.

    What you study

    You'll study:

    • Employment skills. 
    • Travel agency skills.
    • Working as air cabin crew.
    • Customer care.
    • Tourist destinations.
    • Selling skills and a study visit.
    • Activity Tourism

    If the language option is chosen, you may also study French, German and Spanish.

    After the course

    Careers

    This course prepares you for a career in travel and tourism as:-

    • Travel agency counter staff.
    • Reservation staff.
    • Airport ground staff.
    • Airline cabin crew.
    • Tour operator representative.

    Continuing Study

    Successful students could progress to a higher level course HNC Travel and Tourism.

    Teaching

    How the course is taught

    This course is taught using a variety of teaching methods such as:
    • Role Play.
    • Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle).
    • Industry Visits.
    • Guest Speakers. 
    • Project Work.

    Assessment methods

    This course is assessed using a variety of methods such as:
    • Reports.
    • Observation.
    • Debate.
    • Role Play.
    • Closed Book written assessments.

    Additional Information

    Dress code

    Smart/Casual

    • Mode of Study:
      Full-time
    • Start Date:
      30th Aug 2021, 1 year
    • Location:
      City Campus
    • Applications from International Students Welcome