ENGLISH FOR TOURISM & HOSPITALITY Designed to provide communication and study skills to enable academic progression, it targets topics which are familiar to hospitality and tourism employees with modules such as English for Working in Restaurants, English for Working in Hotels and Tourism and Travel English.
Requirements: Students must have completed full time secondary or high school education up to age 16 and a B2 English Level (if the level is lower than B2, then the student will require to take an Academic English and IELTS Exam Preparation at ELA, the duration will depend on the entry placement test).
English for working in a Restaurant This unit aims to teach students the essential English vocabulary and grammar to enable them to understand the work of a restaurant, how to make restaurant reservations, how to welcome guests, take orders and deal with bills in a restaurant and to understand food and drinks service in a restaurant.
English for working in Hotels and Tourism This unit aims to teach students the essential English vocabulary and grammar to enable to them to understand the work of a hotel, how to give guided tours in cities and outdoors and the work of tour operators and special interest tours.
Travel English This unit aims to provide students with an understanding of English related to travel and destinations and how to provide information on directions and traditions.
Reading and Writing
Speaking and Listening (one-to -one Q & A with assessor)
Individual units can be graded either as pass or fail. Each unit has three separate assessments, each with a Pass /Fail grade, with 60% required to achieve a Pass. All three assessments must be passed to achieve a pass for a unit. The qualification is also graded as Pass or Fail. A Pass is awarded where all three units have a Pass Grade. In terms of certification, students will receive a transcript of their results for each unit successfully completed, plus the award certificate where all units have been successfully completed.