Travel and Tourism Teaching Resources can be an invaluable asset to teachers looking to give their students a thorough knowledge of the travel and tourism industry. Offering an ever-expanding selection of topics, these teaching resources enable teachers to craft engaging lessons covering all facets of this sector – from customer experience and business operations, global marketing campaigns targeting destinations like Asia or South America and working overseas, specialist tourism such as airport experiences or cruise industries – these Travel & Tourism Resources equip students with all of the knowledge required for success in their courses and future careers.
These resources are intended for multiple uses, from independent study and group activities, all the way up to full presentations or research tasks. Furthermore, their versatility allows teachers to tailor their use according to levels of learning or age groups; younger students might prefer interactive role playing activities while older ones might benefit more from more detailed presentations or tasks such as research tasks. No matter your teaching style or student needs – Travel and Tourism Teaching Resources has something suitable.
Our Travel and Tourism Teaching Resources offer something for teachers and tutors at both secondary school level and college level – they contain extensive information about every facet of travel and tourism to enable teachers to create engaging lessons to develop students’ understanding in this fascinating subject area. Why not explore our Travel and Tourism Teaching Resources today?
Level 1/2 First (2018) (Award), Level 1/2 First (2013)
BTEC Tech Award
Level 1/2 Tech Award (2018 & 2022)
Level 3 Nationals (2019)
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Travel & Tourism Case Studies for BTEC
Our Travel & Tourism Case Studies for BTEC at Level 1/2 First, Tech Award and Nationals provide stimulating industry-specific scenarios with follow-on questions suitable for students of all abilities. Ideal for making connections between the topics and the specification, these resources are ideal to embed into schemes of work to help students prepare for their internal assessment. Detailed and familiar examples can be used to address a range of subtopics, building on previous learning aims in an organized and progressive way. Follow-up questions consolidate understanding through short-answer, calculations, extended writing and extension questions. These case studies also promote varied group research, analysis of data and class discussion covering topics such as Regional Tourist Boards, Online Travel Booking, Manchester Airport, The Channel Tunnel, UK Rail Network, Blackpool Illuminations and The Big Sheep.
- BTEC TechAward Travel & Tourism Case Study Toolkit
- BTEC First Award Travel and Tourism Case Studies and Activities
- BTEC First Travel and Tourism Case Studies and Activities
During this course, students will explore and develop their skills in understanding the industry and how it’s grown over the last 50 years. Students will evaluate how the industry has been affected by current trends and global factors. The BTEC Travel & Tourism qualification will offer students multiple career paths in the industry sectors from retail travel agencies to tour operators to events management worldwide.
Students that achieve exceptional merit or distinction grade can continue to higher education that will open up a world of career opportunities and management fast track programs. Successful students will be those that have a keen interest in the travel industry and have a hard-working attitude, and a drive to achieve deadlines and goals.
The Qualification includes several mandatory focus units:
- The importance of the Travel Industry to the Economy of the UK – impact, interpret and analyse
- The features and appeal of Global Destinations
- Managing the Customer Experience both internally and externally
- Developing students Enterprise and Entrepreneurial skills – planning and executing marketing strategies
- Understanding the issues that affect the Travel & Tourism industry and how to respond to them
- Exploring the UK as a Travel destination for inbound and outbound tourists