2 TOU Tourism

Contact Teacher: Nathan Gargiulo 

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE
Tourism is one of New Zealand's largest export industries and directly employs 7.5% of the workforce. Tourism offers students an insight into the knowledge and skills required to pursue a career in the tourism sector. 
RECOMMENDED PRIOR LEARNING
None.
COURSE ENDORSEMENT AVAILABLE
No
COSTS & OUT-OF-CLASS ACTIVITIES
$60 - cost may change depending on 2020 pricing of student workbooks

 
Standard Number Level Brief description Internal
or
External
Credits Level 1 Literacy Credits Level 1 Numeracy Credits UE 
Literacy
US 24728 2 Work roles in tourism I 3      
US 24730 2 Business of tourism I 4    
US 24727  2 Impacts on physical environment I 3    
US 24731 2 Destination New Zealand I 4    
US 24732 2 Tourist characteristics and needs I 3    
Total number of credits available:        17      
Checked by: NGO June 2019

 

3 TOU Tourism

Contact Teacher: Nathan Gargiulo 

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE
Tourism is one of New Zealand's largest export industries and directly employs 7.5% of the workforce. Tourism offers students an insight into the knowledge and skills required to pursue a career in the tourism sector. 
RECOMMENDED PRIOR LEARNING
None.
COURSE ENDORSEMENT AVAILABLE
No
COSTS & OUT-OF-CLASS ACTIVITIES
$60 - cost may change depending on 2020 pricing of student workbooks

 
Standard Number Level Brief description Internal
or
External
Credits Level 1 Literacy Credits Level 1 Numeracy Credits UE 
Literacy
US 24725 3 Economic significance of tourism I 4      
US 24733 3 Promote a New Zealand tourist destination I 5      
US 3727 3 Pacific Islands as tourist destinations I 5    
US 18211 3 Australia as a tourist destination I 5    
Total number of credits available:   19      
Checked by: NGO June 2019