Delivered in conjunction with our partner Torrens University Australia, the Diploma of Travel & Tourism has been designed to provide graduates with a broad base of Travel and Tourism management knowledge and skills suitable both for entry - level employment and/or as a platform for further specialised study at Bachelor level. This course is accredited by Torrens University Australia, and the award of this qualification is conferred by Torrens University. For further information about Torrens University, click here.
Students will develop specialised knowledge in various travel styles and a variety of airlines, cruises, tours and hotels, including how to use this information to ensure they are meeting customers’ needs.
This course offers an insight into diverse areas of the tourism industry – hearing first hand from industry experts and employers, where students will understand the difference and relationships between various parts of the tourism industry, destination management and effective organisational structures.
The Diploma of Travel and Tourism runs over two semesters with a total of 8 subjects to be completed.
From the 8 subjects in this course, 4 will require both facilitated training, where you are required to attend class and online learning and the other 4 will require online learning with optional study workshops.
The in-class component will be approximately 5 days every 2 months, totaling 20 compulsory in-class days over the entire duration of the Diploma.
Facilitated learning will be conducted in Flight Centre Head Office’s across Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES AND PATHWAYS
The Diploma of Travel and Tourism is suited to a range of different career opportunities and can also be used as your first steps into higher education.
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36 weeks (2 semesters)
8 (4 subjects per semester)
Facilitated learning (in-class) and online*
*The in-class component will be 5 days approximately every 2 months, totaling 20 compulsory in-class days over the entire duration of the Diploma.