TTG discovers opportunities related to courses

 Saturday, May 27, 2023 


Experts explained they consider there are ample opportunities to expand new non-A level qualifications from 2026, with the industry being capable to assist in shaping the course content to go with its needs.

 The group comprising members from ITT, Abta, the BTA, the Aviation Industry Skills Council, the Association for Tourism in Higher Education, the Tourism Alliance, Birmingham Metropolitan College, and travel and NCFE, has developed a fact sheet to help in summarizing the major industry issues and education providers.

In April, the Department for Education declared about the objective to scrap level 3 travel and tourism courses after 2025 – a decision disapproved by industry bodies.

Abta’s head of education and career development, Vicki Wolf, said that the past couple of weeks had developed much indecision for educating students, lecturers and travel and tourism employers further.

She said that it was good to get improved understanding of the circumstances and what occurs after that. As there are areas that require explanation from the government, it seems that there will be a way for
upcoming in terms of additional education courses precise to travel and tourism. They are very important in setting young people for a career in this sector that’s full of hope.

The chair of the ITT’s Education and Training Committee, Claire Steiner, stated that the energy and enthusiasm from the meeting was hopeful.

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