A specially revised edition for everyone starting an Intermediate Part One GNVQ Leisure and Tourism course in September 1999. Originally published in 1996 for the full Intermediate GNVQ award, it’s been tried, tested and trusted by GNVQ students and teachers alike.
The contents reflect the 1995 Part One pilot specifications, and have been recently updated. The book also features an additional Internet Directory to help students with their investigations.
• Unit 1 (Unit A) – Investigating the Leisure and Tourism Industries
• Unit 2 (Unit B) – Marketing and Promoting Leisure and Tourism Products
• Unit 3 (Unit C) – Contributing to the Running of an Event
• Internet Directory
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‘A relevant and challenging book – I recommend it to all the schools I visit.’
GNVQ Adviser for Sussex
This edition of 'Leisure and Tourism for Intermediate GNVQ' has been specially revised for everyone starting an Intermediate Part One GNVQ Leisure and Tourism course in September 1999. First published in 1995, it has been tried, tested and trusted by GNVQ pupils and teachers alike. They have found both the content of the book, and its approach to learning, to be an excellent foundation for success.
'Leisure and Tourism for Part One Intermediate GNVQ' has been updated to reflect the most recent trends in the leisure and tourism industries. A user-friendly, activity-centred book, 'Leisure and Tourism for Part One Intermediate GNVQ' provides:
• a general introduction to GNVQ
• full coverage of the three mandatory units
• assessment-style end-of-element and end-of-unit activities
• opportunities to develop key skills
• a stimulating and accessible text
• a mini-directory of key websites to help with your research
“A relevant and challenging book – I recommend it to all the schools I visit.”
GNVQ Adviser for Sussex
Tony Outhart is Curriculum Manager for Leisure, Tourism and Sport at York College of Further and Higher Education. He has been involved in leading GNVQ Leisure and Tourism programmes since their introduction. An ex-professional footballer, he has also been a director for a company specialising in children’s activity holidays.
Lindsey Taylor is Course Coordinator for HND Leisure Studies at Yorkshire Coast College, Scarborough where she has also been GNVQ Coordinator for Leisure and Tourism. Before teaching, Lindsey worked as a personnel and training manager for Forte Hotels.
David Watt is a former lecturerat the Fife Institute of Physical and Leisure Education. He has been heavily involved in developing the GSVQ.
Ray Barker is a lecturer at Yorkshire Coast College, Scarborough, teaching GNVQ Leisure and Tourism. He has worked as an outdoor activity and events manager for Aquasport (Wales) and AcornVenture (France).
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