Travel and tourism remains one of the country’s most popular industries. The sector continues to welcome many able and confident candidates with various fun and fulfilling career opportunities.
Pearson BTEC Level 5 HND Diploma in Travel and Tourism Management qualification at UKCBC, is suitable for students planning a career in the travel and tourism industry. The course will provide participants with the right blend of knowledge and practical skills, and set within a conducive learning environment.
The teaching staff delivering the programme are well qualified and experienced in the sector, enabling them to share their own experiences within the travel and tourism industry.
Please see below for more information about the course:
|Title||Pearson BTEC Level 5 HND Diploma in Travel and Tourism Management (QCF) (500/8333/8)|
|Level||QCF Level 5|
|Age||At least 18 years|
|Guided Learning Hours||960 hrs|
|Intake||February, May & September|
|Campuses||Lords House, Park Royal, Cricklewood and Holborn|
The Pearson BTEC Level 5 HND Diploma in Travel and Tourism Management is open to students looking to advance their careers within the travel and tourism industry.
The entry requirements are as follows:
- BTEC Level 3 Qualification in a related subject
- GCE Advanced Level profile demonstrating strong performance in a relevant subject. This is likely to be supported by GCSE grades at A* to C
- Other related Level 3 Qualification
- An Access to Higher Education Certificate
- Related work experience
- Students who are non-native English speakers or who have not studied the final two years of school in English, can demonstrate capability in English at a standard commensurate to: IELTS 5.5, with a minimum of 5.0 being awarded on individual sections
The BTEC Level 5 HND Diploma in Travel and Tourism Management is a qualification with a minimum of 240 credits. The BTEC Level 5 HND programme must contain a minimum of 125 credits at Level 5 or above.
You will study the following units:
- Unit 1: The Travel and Tourism Sector (15 credits) – A/601/1740
- Unit 2: Finance and Funding in The Travel and Tourism Sector (15 credits) – J/601/1742
- Unit 3: The Developing Manager (15 credits) – L/601/1743
- Unit 4: Research Project (15 credits) – K/601/0941
- Unit 5: Marketing in Travel and Tourism – (15 credits) – R/601/1744
- Unit 6: Contemporary Issues in Travel and Tourism (15 credits) – Y/601/1745
- Unit 7: Sustainable Tourism Development (15 credits) – D/601/1746
- Unit 8: Legislation and Ethics in the Travel and Tourism Sector (15 credits) – H/601/1747
- Unit 9: Tourist Destination (15 credits) – K/601/1748
- Unit 12: Hospitality Provision in the Travel and Tourism Sector (15 credits) – K/601/1751
- Unit 14: Tour Operations Management (15 credits) – T/601/1753
- Unit 18: Human Resource Management for Service Industries (15 credits) – J/601/1756
- Unit 19: Heritage and Culture Tourism Management (15 credits) – L/601/1757
- Unit 20: Visitor Attraction Management (15 credits) – R/601/1758
- Unit 23: Personal and Professional Development (15 credits) – T/601/0943
- Unit 24: Employability Skills (15 credits) – A/601/0992
Total Credits: 240+
Students studying during the day are required to attend two full days of study per week: Monday to Saturday. The days of study vary and can be discussed following application. Students studying in the evening are required to attend four evenings per week: Monday to Thursday. The mode of delivery is the same across all campuses. In addition, students are also required to attend professional development sessions which aim to develop their academic, study and language skills to support their progress and attainment on their chosen course.
How you will learn
Whilst studying on this course you will be taught in a variety of ways including lectures, field trips, practical sessions, workshops and lectures by guest speakers. You may also take part in a work experience placement during your studies. There will be opportunities to participate in a number of research projects and on field trips which are all directly linked to your programme.
Assessment is undertaken in many different ways, such as delivering a presentation, writing an assignment, analysing a case study, completing a portfolio of evidence, or writing reports. There are no formal examinations required for this course.
During your course of study we enable you to develop the managerial skills required for working in the travel and tourism sector. Whilst also further developing the transferable skills, such as: team work, research skills, verbal and nonverbal communication, problem solving and analytical skills, which are required to work in the travel and tourism sector.
You will be required to do work in your own time, completing research, homework tasks or group work. Self-study is vital to your success on this course and lecturers will give you guidance throughout the study period.
Where could this course take you?
Once you have successfully completed the course you can convert your HND into a degree by taking a one year top-up programme at a University, for example, a BSc International Tourism and Hospitality Management.
Alternatively you could choose to move into the industry for example you could work at an airport; as cabin crew for an airline, within tour operations often overseas or in the UK; in marketing departments within tour operators or hotels; in travel agents or local authority tourism, plus there are also opportunities in Human Resource Management.
|Awarding Body Registration Fees**||Additional awarding body registration fees may apply|
*UK/EU students are financially supported by the Student Loans Company.
**Students are required to register with the Awarding Body within four (4) weeks of enrolment.
UKCBC is accredited by Student Finance England, and students applying for this HND Course may be applicable for tuition funding. Call us today and speak with one of our representatives for further details.