This qualification is for students who would like to develop their skills, knowledge and understanding to progress to a career as air cabin crew.
The course includes visits to airports and guest speakers.
It is essential that you show a commitment to maintaining high standards of attendance and meeting deadlines.
The mandatory units within this course are:
You will also undertake maths and English plus work experience.
In addition, you will go on a two-day overnight stay at an airline cabin crew training centre.
You will be assessed via practical tasks, assignments and tests.
All students are required to wear the standard uniform which you can order during enrolment. The cost is approximately £135, including a jacket, skirt for ladies and trousers for men, a shirt and either a tie or scarf.
You may be able to secure financial support towards the cost of the uniform.
There will also be a charge for trips and visits of approximately £150.
You can consider advancing to the Level 3 Certificate in Aviation; Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Travel and Tourism; or a programme featuring a EuroCamp placement.
You can advance to a range of customer service job roles in the aviation sector.
Former Travel and Tourism student Daisy Gallacher clinched a holiday rep job at national company Thomson Holidays thanks to the industry insight she gained during her course.Daisy had originally set her sights on a cabin crew job but, after learning more about the career opportunities at holiday resorts.
"The course showed me the opportunities available in the travel and tourism industry and, as I love working with people, I set my sights on a reps job.
"This was the first job that I applied for whilst still at College. We had to go through a lengthy recruitment process but I was delighted when I got the high season job.
"Knowing about the industry and the specific role of the reps was definitely an advantage.
"It is a contract until the early Autumn and I will then be well placed to apply for other jobs around the company at resorts across the world."