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The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London


London’s College for Skills

Travel and Tourism

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London is one of the world’s biggest tourist hotspots, so where better place to embark on your career than on one of our travel and tourism courses.

You’ll learn about travel destinations, customer service skills and the hotel and hospitality industry, to give you a real understanding of the business. In the past students have visited World Travel Market, King’s Cross and St Pancras stations, the Emirates Cable Car and Lee Valley Country Park, with some also getting the opportunity to travel abroad.

Our Travel and Hospitality Academy offers a fast-track route into this profession for students aged 16 to 18, including summer internships, coaching and mentoring and the opportunity to network with industry professionals.

Our Courses and Apprenticeships

The School of Travel and Tourism offers progression routes from Level 1 to Level 3. All of our courses are taught with a variety of approaches in mind, designed to make your learning experience the best it can be.

We offer courses and apprenticeships in:

  • Travel and Tourism
  • Hospitality and Tourism Management

Top Facts for Travel and Tourism

  • Very high level of employability skills developed through work with a range of businesses.
  • Travel and Hospitality Academy offers students work experience with organisations, such as Marriot Hotels and the Association of British Travel agents (ABTA)

What you could earn

Air Traffic Control: Hourly Pay £31.22, Weekly Pay £1,530, Annual Pay £79,560
Airline Customer Service Agent: Hourly Pay £15.64, Weekly Pay £610, Annual Pay £31,720
Airport Baggage Handler: Hourly Pay £11.52, Weekly Pay £530, Annual Pay £27,560
Airport Information Assistant: Hourly Pay £12.89, Weekly Pay £490, Annual Pay £25,480
Travel Agent: Hourly Pay £10.77, Weekly Pay £420, Annual Pay £21,480

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Mike is a hard working individual who took great pride in his studies, attendance and punctuality, achieving a near perfect score of 98% in these areas. With a solid work...

                             

CONEL student winners at the Global Travel conference Two students from CONEL College went to Nice, France on 4 December for the annual Global Travel & Tourism Partnership (GTTP) Conference and Awards...

Jael developed her skills and qualities to achieve great success with her grades. She has been a supportive mentor to her peers with excellent interpersonal skills, problem solving skills and...

Danny has achieved over and beyond on the Travel and Tourism City & Guilds Level 3 course with 7 distinctions, and 2 merits. Danny has great communication skills and has...

Silvena is a distinction level student and her exceptional communication and organisational skills have helped her progress to a Business Level 3 course. Silvena particularly enjoyed building good friendships with...

Now in her second year of Travel and Tourism City and Guilds Level 3, Shquipe has won an award for her hard work and conscientious attitude. Her ambition is to...

Studying for a City and Guilds Diploma in Travel and Tourism Level 3, Dilek is a hard working individual who takes pride in her studies. Studying at Level 2 last...

What are the levels?

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Jael Agyapong

I have developed my skills on the course and achieved great success with my grades. I enjoy mentoring my peers and using my interpersonal skills and problem solving skills. My aspiration is to progress to Higher Education.

Jael Agyapong Travel and Tourism City & Guilds Level 2

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