Working in travel and tourism opens up a world of opportunities within in the aviation sector, tourist information and customer service. This course will give you the skills and knowledge for a career in the industry. You will learn in our purpose-built cabin room and gain industry experience to help you progress to further study or employment.
This course will start in August 2022.
Direct entry to third year of International tourism management and other related degree programmes
One or more of the following:
- HNC Travel and Tourism
- Access to Year 2 typically requires 15 credits and an A or B pass in the graded unit
- Acceptance may depend on an interview.
Course Type and Length Options
|Full-time||1 to 2 years|
This course leads to supervisory roles in:
- Tour operations
- Visitor servicing
- Tourism development
- Tourist and information services
- Retail and business travel agents
- Airlines, airports and cruise operators
- There are also opportunities in administration, marketing and customer services.
- Guaranteed interviews on successful completion of the course.
Who is the Course For?
This course is ideal for anyone wanting to develop a career in the travel, airline or tourism industry. It will suit school leavers or those looking to change career or progress their career in the industry.
What Will I Study?
This course prepares you for a career in tourism. You’ll learn about the structure of the travel and tourism industry, marketing, customer care, event organisation, e-commerce and the Scottish tourism industry. It includes a work placement. You’ll learn through groupwork, lectures, industry visits and guest speakers.
How Will I Be Assessed?
Why Should I Choose This Course?
This course will help you progress in an industry in which there will be plenty of job opportunities in Scotland, the UK and further afield. You’ll be taught by. lecturers who have worked in the industry for airlines as British Airways, Emirates and Jet2. You’ll learn the knowledge and skills to thrive in the travel and tourism sector. Former students of this course have gone on to work all over the world as cabin crew, holiday reps, travel operators and in other tourism roles.
What are The Interview Arrangements?
One-to-one or group interview with lecturing staff.