The Level 4 Diploma in Travel and Tourism is a 60 credit Ofqual regulated qualification and, as well as the 3 core units, there are 9 specialist units to choose from.
This qualification has been designed in response to the escalating demand for management skills coupled with sector specific knowledge of the travel and tourism industry. It is also designed to have exit points allowing an additional qualification to be gained or if an individual is not certain on their commitment to the 60 credit course they can leave with less credits and still achieve a recognised qualification.
|Qualification Title||ATHE Level 4 Diploma in Management for Travel & Tourism||ATHE Level 4 Certificate in Management for Travel & Tourism|
|Certificate Awarding Body||ATHE (Awards for Training and Higher Education)||ATHE (Awards for Training and Higher Education)|
|Size||60 credits (240 Guided Learning Hours)||30 credits (120 Guided Learning Hours)|
|Structure||3 core units and a further optional unit||1 core unit and a further optional unit|
Each application will be reviewed on merit and applications which do not fall into the criteria listed above, may still be considered.
|Modes of Study||Classroom based learning, with classes available during weekends and evenings|
|Assessment||Assignment for each unit|
|Overall Grading Type||Achieved/Not Achieved|
|Fees||For details on current fees please contact the College. Flexible payment methods are available.|
|Mandatory Units||Optional Units||Progression Routes|
|ATHE Level 4 Diploma in Management for Travel and Tourism||
the 2nd year of a variety of Bachelor’s Degree Programmes at a University
Further ATHE qualifications
a level 5 ATHE qualification in a different subject area
|ATHE Level 4 Certificate in Management for Travel and Tourism||