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.
Students can perfect their skills in a 'virtual' travel office at the college. 'Destination Unknown' plays a crucial role in the students' development as it gives them the opportunity to practise their customer service skills and expand their knowledge via live role-play.
Travel and tourism students are flying high thanks to a simulated aircraft cabin. The cabin, which comes complete with rows of seating for passengers and overhead baggage compartments, will be used by students for simulation and role play activities. Students are able to interact with each other within a real working environment.