Travel and Tourism Courses in London
London is one of the world’s biggest tourist hotspots. What better place to embark on your career than on a travel and tourism course at CONEL College, in vibrant north-east London?
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 the 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 travel and tourism courses and apprenticeships
The School of Travel and Tourism offers progression routes from Level 1 to Level 3.
We offer courses and apprenticeships in:
- Travel and Tourism
- Hospitality and Tourism Management
Top benefits of our travel and tourism courses
There are many benefits to studying Travel and Tourism at CONEL. These include:
- Very high level of employability skills developed through work with a range of businesses.
- Our Travel and Hospitality Academy offers students work experience with organisations such as Marriott Hotels and the Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA).
How much do travel and tourism workers earn?
If you complete one of our travel and tourism courses, you could become successful in one of the following professions:
- 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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