BTEC Level 1/2 Travel and Tourism
BTEC Travel and Tourism is an interesting course, taught in two hours a week at Key Stage 4 that allows pupils to learn more about the travel industry and enables them to develop skills that are valued in the workplace such as communication skills and customer services skills.
The following units will be taken over Year 10 and 11:
- The UK Travel and Tourism Sector
- UK Travel and Tourism Destinations
- Factors affecting Worldwide Travel and Tourism
- European travel destinations.
How are students assessed?
BTEC qualifications have been designed with the aim of preparing learners for progression into employment, further training or further education. Individual units have been designed to meet specific skills gaps identified by employers, these including locational geography, customer service and employability skills.
Student attainment is assessed through portfolio assignments and one exam in
Year 11. Each unit involves the completion of 3 or 4 portfolio projects. Every assessment task must be completed to at least 'pass' standard for a final grade to be awarded.