BTEC Travel and Tourism

Course Overview


This course is suitable for students who wish to pursue a career in the industry. You must be self-motivated and have an interest in Travel and customer service.




You will study units including:

  • study worldwide holiday destinations
  • explore airlines and airports 
  • preparing for employment in travel and tourism



Code Unit Title Level Status Value Group ExternallyAssessed Excluded
20445B Principles Of Supervising Cust Serv Hltt 3 O 2.00 A N  
20828C The Hospitality Industry 3 C 10.00 A N  
20829C Providing Customer Service In Hospitality 3 O 8.00 A N  
20830C Financial Control In Hospitality 3 O 10.00 A N  
20831C Food And Drinks Service 3 O 10.00 A N  
20832C Alcoholic Beverage Service 3 O 10.00 A N  
20833C Food Service Organisation 3 O 10.00 A N  
20834C European Food 3 O 10.00 A N  
20835C Asian Food 3 O 10.00 A N  
20836C Contemporary World Food 3 O 10.00 A N  
20837C Environment And Sustainability 3 O 10.00 A N  
20838C Hospitality Business Enterprise 3 O 10.00 A N  
20839C E-Business For Hospitality 3 O 10.00 A N  
20840C Marketing For Hospitality 3 O 10.00 A N  
20841C Personal Selling And Promotional Skills For 3 O 10.00 A N  
20842C Human Resources In Hospitality 3 O 10.00 A N  
20843C Events Organisation In Hospitality 3 O 10.00 A N  
20844C Planning And Managing A Hospitality Event 3 O 10.00 A N  
20845C Accommodation Operations In Hospitality 3 O 10.00 A N  
20846C Front Office Operations In Hospitality 3 O 10.00 A N  
20847C Personal And Professional Development 3 O 10.00 A N  
20848C Industry-Related Project In Hospitality 3 O 10.00 A N  
20849C Supervisory Skills In The Hospitality 3 O 8.00 A N  
20850C The Principles Of Food Safety Supervision 3 O 3.00 A N  
20852C Advanced Skills And Techniques In Producing 3 O 13.00 A N  
20853C Principles Of Nutrition For Healthier Food 3 O 3.00 A N




Continual assessment of all units with internal and external moderation.




It is very important to find out about all of your options after you have completed your course. Some careers will require specific qualifications and training for you to work in the sector, whereas other jobs and careers do not have a set training route.

You may decide to continue to the next level of your current subject at this college. The College offers both A Levels and a wide range of subjects at Level 3. You must have the correct qualifications to progress on to Level 3 courses - this is usually an A*-C at GCSE, or a Merit/Distinction in the Level 2 vocational course.


You may also choose to apply for an Advanced Apprenticeship (Level 3). Information about apprenticeships can be found at the National Apprenticeship website - you can search and apply for apprenticeships there. You then complete ONE application form, which you can use to apply for any Apprenticeship. The entry requirements vary a lot, depending on the employer, the college and the Apprenticeship. Notgoingtouni has information about Higher Apprenticeships as well as vacancies.



Register for this course and we'll email you an application form to complete to post back to the college. 

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