IGCSE Travel and Tourism (CIE 0471)

A dynamic course, providing a global and local perspective on travel and tourism.

Learners gain an overview of the industry, and learn about popular destinations, customer care, working procedures, travel and tourism products and services, and marketing and promotion. Cambridge IGCSE Travel & Tourism enables learners to discover the nature of travel and tourism, developing awareness of sustainability, locally and around the world.

The aims are to enable students to develop:

  • understanding of the positive and negative impacts of travel and tourism and how these can be managed
  • understanding of the importance of sustainability and resilience in travel and tourism
  • awareness of the importance of the customer, understanding of the importance of marketing, in travel and
    tourism

Learners are encouraged to develop an understanding of tourist industry operations and problems, and competence in identifying procedures and solutions, by using best practice from industry and established business techniques and information systems.

This course includes all necessary materials; there is no textbook required to be purchased for this course.

The exam board syllabus can be found here … https://www.cambridgeinternational.org/programmes-and-qualifications/cambridge-igcse-travel-and-tourism-0471/

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TO ENROL IN THIS COURSE – This course is available to start:  

* Online, “Live” format – starting every September (early enrolment to reserve a space is recommended, as this course fills very early)

* Online, “FlexibleTiming/Recorded” format – enrol and start at any time throughout the year

(It may be possible to start with the ‘flexible’ format and then switch to the ‘live’ format if a learner would like to begin before a ‘live’ start date but ‘live’ is their preferred format; do ask for more details).

For course fees, discounts, payment plans, and to enrol (or get further info) just follow this little … link to our FAQ page

For more about the “Live” format and “FlexibleTiming/Recorded” format … link to the Formats page

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