Travel and Tourism Course Outline
In unit B, you’ll learn about the different types of tours available and how to specialize your services to become a niche market expert. You’ll then learn how to develop a relationship with airlines so that you can make flying an enjoyable experience for your clients, as well as learning which types of ground transportation and accommodations are available. Lastly, you’ll learn how to market and promote your own company!.
Learn about the two biggest travel products that will give you the best commissions: tours and cruises! Learn everything you need to know about cruises so that you can tell your clients exactly what to expect on their trip.
Learn about the three most popular niche markets and determine which destination you want to become a subject expert in.
Make sure your clients have the smoothest experience possible by learning which seats suit which fliers, airline classifications, airline policies, and more. You’ll also discover the different factors that affect the cost of a flight, how you can save your clients money, and how to issue electronic and paper tickets.
Expand your clients’ travel options with rental cars and rail passes, and choose best for your clients.
Find out how you can make your clients’ trips as stress-free as possible, and learn which types of accommodation are available, and what would best suit your clients’ needs.
Learn the art of marketing and promotion, and find out how to identify your target market and provide the travel products that your clients will want.
Take a look at some of the practical assignments that you’ll complete in this unit:
- Test your knowledge on the two biggest travel products– tours and cruises.
- Conduct research on different airlines and their regulations and policies.
- Complete a case study to practice how to conduct travel research and present a intinerary proposal.
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