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- Course type Distance learning course
- Duration 110 Hours, Part-time
- Qualification Level 3 Award
- Awarded by NCFE
Exam is included.
Tutor is available to students.
A distance learning course is the ideal way to gain a Tourism Management qualification. Whether you're looking to go on to further education, improve your job prospects or expand your knowledge, distance learning Tourism Management is a flexible and convenient course, which allows you to comprehensively prepare for an exam or career through home study. What's more, because the distance learning Level 3 Tourism Management course is a fully comprehensive course, no prior knowledge is required.
The UK is a paradise for the tourist, and now you can learn the skills needed to establish a tourism business for yourself. The opportunities for regional tourism are enormous, and this quality assured course provides you with those extra skills and knowledge to make it a success.
Home Study Tutor Support
You will be provided with comprehensive materials designed to provide you with everything required to complete your Tourism Management course. You will have your own personal tutor helping you with your course work and with any questions you may have. Plus you can contact our Student Advisors by email or phone for all the practical advice you may need – so we really are with you 100%.
What's more, you'll have access to the online student portal, where you can interact with other students, browse our resource library and manage your account.
The Tourism Management course is marked through a process of continuous assessment guided by your tutor following NCFE guidelines. This means that your qualification will be awarded according to your performance on assessments rather than by taking an exam.
We send the full course out, you then read through the course in your own time and complete the assignments which you send to your tutor for marking. There is no word count for these assignments. However, one sentence answers will be rejected and you will have to re-submit it for marking.
Upon verification of the activities, exercises and assignments, a certificate of achievement will be awarded by the national awarding organisation NCFE, as confirmation that your written work has met all of the learning outcomes and assessment criteria for the programme.
We recommend you spend approximately 110 hours of your time studying for the Tourism Management course. The pace of study is completely up to you. To give an example, if you dedicate 2 hours a week to the course it would take you a year to complete but if you could spare 4 hours a week you could complete it in six months.
Get started today, and you can earn your Level 3 NCFE Award in Tourism Management in as little as six months, or take up to a year, if you prefer – the choice is yours.
Course Entry Requirements
The good news is that no prior learning knowledge or experience is essential to take this course. This course is openly available to anyone wishing to learn more about Tourism Management and would like to take part in a highly rewarding home study course. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to expand their knowledge and study further, so we try to keep our entry requirements to a minimum.
You have the freedom to start the course at any time and continue your studies at your own pace for a period of up to 12 months from initial registration with full tutor support.
The Level 3 in Tourism Management is divided into eight comprehensive modules.
Module 1: Introduction to tourism and the growth of the tourism industry
• Introduce tourism and identify the trends in its development
Module 2: Tourism Planning and Development
• Summarises the processes and benefits of Planning and development in tourism industry
Module 3: Visitor Attraction Management
• Explain the factor involved in successful visitor Management
Module 4: Hospitality Studies
• Introduce hospitality and describe its development as an industry
Module 5: Transportation and its role in the tourism industry
• Identify the effect of transportation on tourism
• Explain how the negative environmental effects can be combated
Module 6: Marketing Tourism Products
• Analyze the process of Marketing in Tourism
Module 7: Events and their role in tourism
• Introduce events and explain their role in tourism
Module 8: Rural tourism and the landscape & Sustainability
• Introduce legislation and explain its importance to tourism and the environment
• Describe the two methods of visitor management
No prior knowledge or experience is required.