TRAVEL & TOURISM
SCQF LEVEL 4/5 - National 4/5
The National 5 Skills for Work: Travel and Tourism Course is an introductory qualification in travel and tourism. It develops the skills, knowledge and attitudes, needed for work in the travel and tourism industry.
1 Year full time/
5 periods per week
No external exam
WHY TAKE THIS COURSE?
wHAT WILL YOU EXPERIENCE?
This course will build on the initial skills required for the travel and tourism industry. The course will enable learners to experience, develop and reflect on general and specific practical skills, knowledge and understanding, together with employability skills and attitudes needed to work in the travel and tourism industry.
The general aims of this course are to:
Provide learners with a broad introduction to the travel and tourism industry
Allow learners to experience a range of work related activities in relation to travel and tourism industry
Encourage learners to develop skills for learning and life as well as work
Build learners’ confidence
Encourage learners to take greater responsibility for their own learning and development
Prepare learners for progression to further education, training or employment
Develop customer care skills
Understanding the importance of personal presentation
Develop skills to become effective job-seekers and employees in the travel and tourism industry
Develop a positive and responsible attitude to work and an understanding of the workplace
Develop communication skills
Specifically, it is hoped that they will gain an awareness and capability to become an effective employee in the travel and tourism Industry and also gain a broader range of transferable skills
Everything you need to know before selecting this course
Please speak to Mrs Cooper about this course.
what will you get?
H2Y1 75 Travel and Tourism: Employability (National 5) 6 SCQF credit points
H2Y2 75 Travel and Tourism: Customer Service (National 5) 6 SCQF credit points
H2Y3 75 Travel and Tourism: UK and Worldwide (National 5) 6 SCQF credit points
H2Y4 75 Travel and Tourism: Scotland (National 5) 6 SCQF credit points
The five Core Skills are:
Information and Communication Technology
Working with Others
Everything you need to know about future pathways from this course
The skills and attitudes for employability, including self-employment:
Generic skills/attitudes valued by employers
Understanding of the workplace and the employee's responsibilities, for example, time-keeping, appearance, customer care etc
Flexible approaches to solving problems
Adaptability and positive attitude to change
Confidence to set goals, reflect and learn from experience
specific vocational skills/knowledge
Course specifications highlight the links to National Occupational Standards in the vocational area and identify progression opportunities
my world of work
This link will take you to an excellent resource on MyWOW which looks at potential career routes when you select a combination of subjects.
Information from pupils who have studied this course as to how they feel it was.