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Certificate in

Adventure Tourism

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Course Overview

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Payment Plan

This course can be paid off through an interest free payment plan of between $20 – $30 per week. Alternatively, this course qualifies for a discount for upfront payment.

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COURSE DURATION

2 key modules made up of 18 lessons. Completion of this course requires approximately 200 hours of study.

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Tutor Support

Just because you are studying online, doesn’t mean you are studying alone. Feel totally supported with access to full tutor support over the phone and via email 6 days a week.

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Accreditation

This certificate is accredited through the International Approval & Registration Centre (IARC). A non-profit, global organisation to help you gain employment.

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24/7 access

Access to your course online 24/7, allowing you to study when it suits your schedule. When you are ready to learn, the learning management system is ready to teach.

Are you seeking an exciting opportunity in the ever-growing industry of Adventure Tourism?

Adventure tourism is about connecting with a new culture or a new landscape and being physically active at the same time. It is not necessarily about being risky or pushing your boundaries, however, this is sometimes the case!

A career in adventure tourism is exciting and rewarding and one that is in high demand however it is clear that adventure tourism has no distinct boundaries, leaving people at a loss as to where to start their planning for such an experience.

Being one of the more comprehensive and specific Adventure Tourism courses online, this course has been specifically designed from the ground up by industry professionals to put you in good stead to develop a strong foundation of the industry and elevate your expertise above others looking for entry level employment in this exciting industry

Australia’s tourism industry employed 924 600 people directly and indirectly in 2016-17. This accounts for 8 per cent of Australia’s total employment at that time.

In 2015, Deloitte Access Economics estimated 38,000 unfilled vacancies at that time, representing a vacancy rate of 7 per cent which is great for people looking to enter the industry!

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Course Outline

Module 1 – Adventure Tourism

  • Scope and nature of Adventure tourism
  • The Product: Sources and Types
  • Management
  • The Customer
  • Locations & Facilities – Artificial environments
  • Locations & Facilities – Natural
  • Ethics, Sustainability and Environmental impacts
  • Risk management & Insurance

Module 2 – Tourism 1

  • Travel Industry Overview/Introduction
  • Destinations
  • Money, Insurance & Legalities
  • Transport – Airline reservations
  • Transport – Car Rental
  • Transport -Other, boat (ferries, cruising), bus, rail etc
  • Accommodation
  • Package Tours
  • Travel Agency Systems
  • Special Project -planning a trip
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