Earn A Two-Year Tourism and Travel Diploma in Three Semesters
Canadian and global employers such tour operators, retail travel agencies, Internet booking agencies, tourist offices, cruise lines and airlines are seeking professionals who have attended travel and tourism programs.
CA (I-Newswire) December 5, 2013 - Canadian and global employers such tour operators, retail travel agencies, Internet booking agencies, tourist offices, cruise lines and airlines are seeking professionals who have attended travel and tourism programs. Centennial College’s Tourism and Travel program, which endorsed by the Canadian Institute of Travel Counsellors (CITC), is meeting the need for such professionals.Centennial College offers a unique approach to tourism and travel courses that allows students to complete an Ontario College Diploma in just in just one year. Thanks to a combination of on and off-campus learning techniques, students are prepared with know-how of airline tariffs and ticketing, accommodation and ground transportation, the cruise industry as well as world destination knowledge, including culture and heritage training, passport and visa requirements, travel security, customer sales and service, and much more.
The Tourism and Travel program provides sufficient opportunities for distinctive learning opportunities. Volunteer opportunities exist at major events in and around Toronto (i.e. Walk of Fame, Rendezvous Canada and various trade shows) to allow students to put learning into practice in real world settings. Cruise line training includes a Cruise Line International Association (CLIA) two and a half-day “training fest” conducted by CLIA-Trainers. Students can also take their education internationally — literally — as an optional international field trip provides practical exposure to all aspects of travel.
In addition to securing students membership and inclusion in the annual Students in Travel conference, the CITC’s endorsement of the program has allowed the CITC knowledge exam to be included as part of the program. Also included is the Travel Industry Council of Ontario (TICO) minimum standards exam.
Centennial College’s Tourism and Travel program proves that a diploma is just as, if not more, beneficial than a travel and tourism degree.
About Centennial College
P.O Box 631 Station A,Toronto, ON, M1K 5E9
Phone : 416-289-5300
Published On:December 5, 2013
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