FOUNDATIONAL COURSE IN TRAVEL AND TOURISM introduces students to the travel and tourism industry and its various components. The course focuses on the principles and practices of tourism marketing. Students will learn how to develop effective marketing strategies, identify target markets, and use various marketing channels to promote tourism products and services.
The course objective of Travel and Tourism is to have an understanding about the travel and tourism industry: Students will gain knowledge about the history, structure, and current trends of the travel and tourism industry, including its economic, social, and environmental impacts.
Students will learn how to provide excellent customer service to clients, including communication, problem-solving, and conflict resolution skills.
With travel and tourism comes exposure to different cultures and customs. Students will develop an appreciation for diverse cultures and learn how to interact appropriately with individuals from different backgrounds.
Developing practical skills: Depending on the focus of the course, students may learn practical skills such as travel planning, tour guiding, hospitality management, event planning, or transportation logistics.
UG PROGRAMS: B.A. ,B.B.A in Tourism Management, B.Sc. in Airlines, Tourism and Management, B.T.A (Bachelor of Tourism Administration),B.H.M (Bachelor of Hotel Management),BTTM
PG PROGRAMS: Master in E-tourism & Revenue Management, Master in Tourism
Master of Science in Tourism & Hospitality Management
COURSE DURATION: 2 days
Travel agent: Travel agents help clients plan and book their trips, providing advice on travel destinations, accommodation, transportation, and activities.
Hotel manager: Hotel managers oversee the day-to-day operations of hotels, ensuring that guests have a comfortable and enjoyable stay.
Tour operator: Tour operators plan and organize group tours, providing transportation, accommodation, and activities for travelers.
Destination marketer: Destination marketers promote tourism destinations, working to attract visitors by creating advertising campaigns, developing tourism products, and collaborating with travel industry partners.
Event planner: Event planners organize and manage events, including conferences, weddings, and other special events, often working in the tourism and hospitality industry.
Airline or airport manager: Airline and airport managers oversee the operations of airlines or airports, ensuring that flights run smoothly and passengers are well taken care of.
Travel writer or blogger: Travel writers and bloggers create content about travel destinations, sharing their experiences and insights with readers.
Cruise ship director: Cruise ship directors oversee the activities and entertainment on board cruise ships, ensuring that passengers have a fun and enjoyable experience.
- Lectures 10
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 2 days
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes