Introduction to Tourism
This course will make you think about tourists. As you go through this workbook you will look at: where tourists come from - why they come here and - the things they like to do when they are here - things you should know about tourists - good things and bad things that can come from tourism - people and places involved in tourism in your area.
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Commonwealth of Learning; Virtual University for the Small States of the Commonwealth (VUSSC) (Commonwealth of Learning; Virtual University for Small States of the Commonwealth, 2006)This 255-hour certificate course is intended for people who are already tour guides or who are aspiring to become tour guides. Specialty courses are three (3) credits and those involving a practical component are four (4) ...
Vaai, Tauvaga; Isara, Tupe T; Wilks, Tina (2002)The purpose of this course is to assist people to set up a small business based on the tourist industry in island nations. This will help add commercial value to local cultural activities, increase the ability of people ...
Taufatofua, Lu’isa (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver; ommunity Development and Training Centre; The Open Polytechnic of New Zealand, 2002)This course is intended to get participants to think about the importance of communicating effectively with tourists, both from the tourists’ viewpoint and their own. It is intended as a basic introduction for people who ...
Technical and vocational skills development through Open, Distance and Flexible Learning: a case of the Hospitality and Tourism sector in Namibia Amadhila, H N; Kavetuna, Joel (2013-11)The technical and vocational skills development in Namibia has seen a major shift in the past years with the establishment of the Industry Skills Committees’ under the Namibia Training Authority and lately the development ...
Wightman, Paul (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2005)This course is a basic introduction to working with concrete and concrete blocks. It is intended for school leavers and community groups who have limited knowledge or experience of concrete work. // It helps students to: ...