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Travel and Tourism

These courses, delivered at the Tycoch Campus, are available at Levels 2 and 3 and the qualifications are valued by employers and higher education providers. 

Students on the Level 3 course are encouraged to gain additional qualifications, including Air Cabin Crew and Resort Representative, and will benefit from a residential study visit.

Students can perfect their skills in a virtual travel office called ‘Destination Unknown’ which gives them the opportunity to practice their customer service skills. 

A simulated aircraft cabin, which comes complete with rows of seating for passengers and overhead baggage compartments, also provides a realistic working environment for students.


GCS Students enjoying their visit to Wales to the World Student Conference

Wales to the World Student Conference

Gower College Swansea’s Travel and Tourism students were excited to attend the Institute of Travel and Tourism (ITT) Future You - Wales to the World Student Conference on Tuesday 27 February.
A student with blue hair and crossed arms standing and smiling at the camera, with students working and chatting on tables in the background

Map out your future at Gower College Swansea's November open evenings for full-time courses

Are you or your teen already thinking about the next steps after school? Gower College Swansea are opening their doors this November for prospective students to explore the campuses, chat to lecturers and support staff, and discover courses on offer. 
Students volunteering at Mumbles Duathlon

Valuable learning during Travel and Tourism field trips

It’s been a busy few weeks for our Travel and Tourism students. Level 3 students recently visited Folly Farm to look at how visitor attractions can attract different types of tourists. They took photo evidence of the diversification methods used to attract new customers.