English for International Tourism is a language course designed to cater for learners studying for vocational qualifi cations in the travel trade and for working professionals undertaking in-service language training. The course deals with the language of tourism from an insider’s occupational perspective rather than of the individual traveller.
Brings the working world into the classroom with a wide range of authentic materials taken from sources including the acclaimed Dorling Kindersley Eyewitness Travel Guides. Brings the working world into the classroom with authentic material from companies within the tourism industry. Improves professional communication skills with strategies for workplace situations such as giving advice, taking bookings and dealing with complaints. Develops key grammar, skills, vocabulary and pronunciation through the comprehensive integrated syllabus.
This course can be studied as an additional component to a General English or a Cambridge Examination Preparation Course or in combination with one of the other Special Options courses available at Castle School.
Lessons per week: 12 lessons
Class Times: 13.15 – 16.30 Mon/Wed/Fri