Level 4 Management for Travel and Tourism Qualifications

ATHE Level 4 Diploma in Management for Travel and Tourism

Travel and Tourism is the fastest growing industry in the world, (partly due to the increase of international globalisation and business travel) and these qualifications are in response to the escalating demand for management skills coupled with sector specific knowledge.

The ATHE Level 4 Diploma in Management for Travel and Tourism is a 60 credit qualification which learners will complete 3 core units and an additional optional unit. Key areas explored include the Travel and Tourism Sector and its impact, as well as the communication and people management skills required of managers working in any sector.

You can download the Level 4 Travel and Tourism Management Information Sheet here.

Units within this qualification
Title Level Credit GLH
Mandatory
The Travel and Tourism Sector 4 15 60
Communication Skills 4 15 60
People in Organisations 4 15 60
Optional
The Management of Visitor Attractions 4 15 60
Passenger Transport Operations 4 15 60
Tourist Destinations 4 15 60
Tour Operations Management 4 15 60
Finance and Funding in the Travel and Tourism Sector 5 15 60
Special Interest Tourism 5 15 60
Applying Promotional Techniques 4 15 60
Customer Relationship Management 4 15 60
Sustainable Tourism Development 5 15 60
Resort Management 5 15 60
Other qualification levels
Level 5
Qualification specifications
Level 4 
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ATHE Level 4 Certificate in Management for Travel and Tourism

ATHE Level 4 Certificate in Management for Travel and Tourism
This qualification has one mandatory unit which focuses on the structure of the Travel and Tourism Sector as well as the impact it has on the wider economies and environment. Learners can then choose one further optional unit.

This certificate be used as a standalone qualification or as credit accumulation for learners that may or may not decide to progress to the Diploma.

Units within this qualification


Title Level Credit GLH
Mandatory
The Travel and Tourism Sector 4 15 60
Optional
Communication Skills 4 15 60
People in Organisations 4 15 60

Difference between Diploma, Certificate and Award...Comparison

All qualifications on the RQF have an assigned credit value which reflects the size of the qualification. Qualifications that are 12 credits or less are called, "Awards," those that are 13 to 36 credits are "Certificates" and any qualification that is 37 credits or more is called a "Diploma".