NCEA Level 3 Tourism
Teacher in Charge: Mrs H. Hodge
The main reason to study travel and tourism is to work in this significant industry. Hotels, airlines, destinations, attractions, transportation, cruises, events, activity providers, shopping centres, tourist services, travel agents, tour operators and many others together form this industry which is the largest export earner in New Zealand. It is in constant growth and needs more and more skilled workers and innovators every year. Tourism is such a large employer locally and nationally this course is a great introduction to the industry.
Year 12 Tourism explores;
- Australia as a tourist destination
- Pacific Islands a tourist destination
- New Zealand as a tourist destination
- Impacts of tourism
- The business of tourism and service
- Maori tourism
Tourism careers include;
Flight Attendant Marketing co-ordinator
Travel Agent Tour Guide
Hotel Management Event and Conference Organiser
Activity Operator Customer Service Operator
Contributions and Equipment/Stationery
$150 for local field trips
Recommended Prior Learning
Level 2 Tourism or at the HOD’s discretion
Total Credits Available: 24 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 24 credits.