Edexcel A level Travel and Tourism (2008)

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Our Edexcel Applied A level in Travel and Tourism has been designed to give students a broad basis for further education or training in travel and tourism-related occupations. They'll gain practical and technical skills relevant to the industry, and have the opportunity for an in-depth study of one or more sectors and their operation.

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Specification

Specification

Edexcel Applied A level Travel and Tourism specification
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Qualification type:
Applied AS and A level
Subject:
Travel and Tourism
Specification codes:
AS Single Award (8791),
AS Double Award (8792),
A level Single Award (9791),
A level Double Award (9792),
AS Additional (9793)
Availability:
UK and International
First teaching:
2008
First assessment:
2009

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Our Edexcel Applied A level Travel and Tourism specification will encourage students to develop a holistic and critical view of the travel and tourism industry and an understanding of the interrelationships and interdependencies between its different sectors.

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Jon Wolton, Geography, Leisure, Travel and Tourism subject advisor
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Our Edexcel Applied A level in Travel and Tourism will develop your understanding of the characteristics of the travel and tourism industry, its individual sectors and the skills required to operate effectively within them.

You'll be encouraged to develop a holistic and critical view of the travel and tourism industry and an understanding of the interrelationships and interdependencies between its different sectors. 

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