Level 2 Tourism

2TOU
Course Description

Teacher in Charge:

In Level 2 students study tourism with a view to possible employment or further study in the industry when they leave school. They will learn who is a tourist, where they go and why.  They will also explore Tourism career pathways, work roles and industry expectations.  

Learning Opportunities

In this course you will need to:

Develop these skills:Explore this content:
  • Interpersonal Skills – collaboration, self-directed learning, effective communication, and how to  contribute positively.
  • World Tourist Destinations – learn about popular places, landmarks, attractions and activities around the world.

  • Personal Qualities – self-responsibility, self-discipline and a willingness to learn.
  • Work Roles in the Industry – learn about different career pathways in the industry.

  • Workplace Qualities – time management, to use a variety of sources to gain information, to use technology appropriately and to problem solve.
  • Business of Tourism – learn about how businesses operate and change to meet tourist’s needs.

  • Mapping and Data Interpretation
  • Impacts of Tourism on the Environment – learn about how tourism can have positive and negative impacts on our environment.
  • Research Skills
  • History of World Tourism and New Zealand Tourism – learn about how tourism has changed over time.




Year Levels/Departments:

Seniors, Tourism



Resources Required

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