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Full Time

Level 2 Travel and Tourism Education Programme

Level 2 Travel

1 year

Central Campus


Level 2 students with a Butlins red coat on their WEX
Students at Thorpe park for trip

Course summary

This one-year Level 2 Travel and Tourism Education Programme is mainly for school leavers aged 16+ who have ambitions to work in the Travel, Aviation and Hospitality industries. The study programme gives you a more detailed insight into the travel industry.

Course requirements

You should have five GCSEs at grades 3-2/D-E, including English and Maths. You'll need to attend an interview with the course tutors and be assessed on your level of Maths and English.

You'll need to demonstrate a desire to work in the Travel and Tourism industry.

This is a high-quality foundation course covering a range of topics which are specific to Travel, Aviation and Hospitality.

You will study the NCFE Level 2 Extended Certificate in Travel and Tourism, which is split into units specific to Travel and Tourism, such as: Airports & Airlines, Customer Service, Visitor Attractions and Hospitality. You will also study units linked to personal development including Work Experience.

Learners will complete English and Maths qualifications - either GCSEs or Functional Skills, depending on your grades.

During the year-long study programme, you will complete 30 hours of work experience, linked to your main qualification, which will further develop your skills and allow you to put the theory you have learned into practice.

All learners on our Travel, Aviation and Hospitality courses are required to purchase and wear our travel uniform. Full details are given during enrolment.

Learners have the opportunity to participate in study visits to local attractions and employers. Most trips are subsidised by the college, and recent outings include Alton Towers, London’s West End, and an overnight trip where learners visited Chessington World of Adventures and the Harry Potter Studios.

You will be assessed in a variety of ways including role plays, reports, presentations and team work exercises. There are no external exams on the main programme. However, if you are resitting Maths or English, you will be assessed through exams.


This sector is one of the largest employers in the West Midlands. You will be surprised at the vast amount of careers available within this growing sector.

After successfully completing this course, you can go on to study any Level 3 qualification – in particular, our Level 3 Travel and Hospitality Management Programme.

Alternatively, you could begin your career in the Travel, Aviation and Hospitality industry.

To discuss your options direct with the course tutor email

[email protected]

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