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Level 2 Introduction to Tour Guiding (Evening Class)


Travel and Tourism

Study Mode

Part time

Start Date



4 weeks



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Course Overview

Embark on an exciting journey into the world of tour guiding with our Level 2 Award in Tour Guiding evening class. Designed specifically for adults, this course will equip you with the skills needed in the travel and tourism industry, enabling you to develop a compelling tour commentary and confidently lead groups on guided tours. Join us for engaging sessions over the course of a few weeks and discover the art of effective tour guiding.

What will I learn?

Course Structure:

Discovering the Tour Guide's Role:
- Understand and describe the role of the tour guide in the travel and tourism industry.
- Illustrate the structure of the tourism industry in your own region.

Crafting a Captivating Tour Commentary:
- Learn to use information sources effectively for researching a tour commentary (publications, internet, tourist information services).
- Develop and practice delivering a 15-minute tour commentary, covering route, itinerary, self-evaluation, and risk assessment.

Practical Application of Skills:
- Engage in practical demonstrations and assignments to apply learned skills.
- Keep a learner log, share peer notes, and participate in discussions to enhance your understanding.

Embracing Health and Safety in Tour Guiding:
- Understand and describe the health and safety implications of tour guiding.
- Finalise your portfolio of evidence showcasing your journey through the course.

Study, Assessment and Qualifications

Portfolio of Evidence:
- Collect and present documents showcasing your work and progression.
- Include learner notes, written work, and peer notes.

Practical Demonstration/Assignment:
- Engage in hands-on practical demonstrations and assignments.
- Record observations, submit written work, and maintain and learner log.

Entry Requirements

No formal entry requirements

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