This Level 3 qualification in Aviation also includes an exciting six-month paid work placement at one of the Eurocamp overseas holiday resorts. This will give you hands-on experience of being a resort representative.
Students must be aged 18 or over by 1st April 2019 and have grade 4 GCSE in Maths and English plus either three additional GCSEs at grade C (4) or a Merit grade at Level 2 in a relevant subject.
You will cover a variety of units including:
Assessments use a variety of methods including role play, presentations, assignments and exams.
You will be required to wear a uniform which you will be able to order during enrolment. The cost is approximately £135. You may be able to secure financial support towards the cost of the uniform.
There will also be a nominal charge for trips and visits.
You can progress to a wide range of roles within the travel and tourism industry.
Derby College travel and tourism student Tayla Barnes is broadening her horizons after landing a full-time job as a travel adviser with TUI, the world's largest travel group.
Tayla, who completes her level 3 course this summer, will be based in Nottingham's busy city centre TUI branch assisting with customers' bookings and inquiries.
Tayla, who is 19 and from Heanor has always liked travel and was delighted to discover her perfect course at Derby College.
Tayla first began her journey with TUI after getting part-time work at the group's Ilkeston branch though college. She is now looking forward to her travel adviser's role, and, in a few years' time, taking the opportunity to move departments within TUI, perhaps working for its airline or call centres.
I had thought about doing A levels after school but the travel and tourism course at Derby College really appealed to me. I honestly had no idea that such a course existed but once I knew it did, I went along to a college open day and found out as much information as I could.
I enjoy college. The staff are really good – they're always there to help us and the course content is great. I've learned so much, particularly about the business side of the travel industry.