ATHE LEVEL 4 EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT FOR TRAVEL AND TOURISM
Level 4 Extended Diploma in Management for Travel and Tourism is a 120 credit size qualification and is the equivalent level to the 1st year of a degree. You can click on the unit numbers below to see the qualification content, including credit value, learning outcomes and assessment criteria.
- The Travel and Tourism Sector A/601/1740
- Applying Promotional Techniques A/503/7079
- Communication Skills L/503/7071
- People in Organisations T/503/7078
- The Management of Visitor Attractions A/503/8149
- Passenger Transport Operations M/503/8150
- Sustainable Tourism Development T/503/8151
- Tourist Destinations K/601/1748
- Tour Operations Management T/601/1753
- Resort Management A/601/1754
- Finance and Funding in the Travel and Tourism Sector J/601/1742
- Special Interest Tourism M/601/1752
- Corporate Social Responsibility A/503/7082
- Resource Management F/503/7083
- Administrative Services J/503/7084
- Planning a Work Based Team Project K/503/7076
- Planning a New Business Venture R/503/7072
- Customer Relationship Management T/503/7081
- Employability Skills A/601/0992
- Business Ethics M/601/1024
- Personal and Professional Development T/601/0943
- Business Law R/601/1145
- Students must be 18 or above in age
- A Levels or an equivalent qualification from another Educational System OR A Level 2 qualification or equivalent plus proof of 2 years of work experience at a supervisory or managerial position.
- CEFR Level B1 English Language qualification in speaking, listening, reading and writing (approved in the UKVI SELT provider List. For more information please Click Here
- Exemptions: Exemption is subject to approval from the awarding body. For further information, please contact the operations department on email@example.com.
- Please note that there is no exemption on the English Language requirement unless it's stated in the UK Visas & immigration policy guidance.
One academic year ( Extensive 6 months also available)
Exemption is subject to approval from the awarding body. For further information, please contact the operations department on firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that there is no exemption on the English Language requirement unless it's stated in the UK border agency policy guidance.
Jan, May and September
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