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WJEC Level 3 Unit 1 The UK Tourism Product VLE eTextbook

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WJEC Level 3 Unit 1 The UK Tourism Product VLE eTextbook
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Product:  WJEC-Level3-Unit1-VLE-etextbook-5
Author:  Bob Holland
Publication Date:  23 October 2020
Format:  eBook PDF
Extent:  113 pages

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This VLE eTextbook (digital download - not a printed book) provides an in-depth introduction to the United Kingdom as a tourism destination, examining the appeal of the destination and the structure of the UK tourism industry. Although the book is provided primarily for tutors and students following the WJEC/Eduqas Level 3 Applied Award and Diploma qualifications in tourism, it will be of use to students following similar Level 3 courses, such as BTEC and City & Guilds.
 
The structure follows the Assessment Criteria for the Unit, namely:
 
1.1 Describe ways in which types of tourists can be classified
1.2 Explain the appeal of the UK as a tourism destination
2.1 Describe sectors of the UK tourism industry
2.2 Describe types of UK tourism destinations
2.3 Describe how different organisations market UK tourism
3.1 Evaluate the range of employment opportunities within the UK tourism industry
3.2 Describe skills, qualities and qualifications required to work in the UK tourism industry
3.3 Analyse employment trends within the UK tourism industry
4.1 Explain the importance of managing UK tourism destinations
4.2 Discuss factors which could impact on the future development of UK tourism destinations
 
 
So how does this VLE eTextbook work?
 
This eTextbook can be uploaded to a secure, closed VLE network at the purchasing institution only and accessed by the number of students and staff selected when ordering. Limited printing is allowed in line with CLA guidelines. This is a one-time purchase and there are no annual renewal fees.

Buying the eTextbook

(1) Work out how many staff and students will need access to the eTextbook and choose the version you require - the price will update accordingly.
(2) Click the 'add to basket' button and check out in the normal way.
(3) Once your order is completed go to My Account and then My Orders and follow the instructions to download your eTextbook (maximum 3 downloads permitted). 
(4) You can then arrange for the downloaded file to be uploaded to your network VLE.
(5) We've moved to a prepayment system for all orders, so paying by card via this website is the fastest way to get your eTextbook - access to the download is automatic when paying by card. We can accept Purchase Orders from schools and colleges, but will only be able to give you access to the eTextbook once full payment has been received.
 
Copyright notice: We use embedded code to detect copyright infringements, including unauthorised sharing and uploading. We always take copyright infringements very seriously.
Bob Holland has been involved in the field of tourism education in the UK for more than 20 years, through working with a range of organisations to develop resources and provide professional development opportunities for teachers. He has worked as a Chief Examiner and Principal Moderator, and has been closely involved with the development of a number of Travel & Tourism specifications. 

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