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P1- Describe the travel and tourism component industries and provide examples of domestic, inbound and outbound organisations within them
For P1, learners need to describe all of the travel and tourism component industries and identify one named
organisation within each. Learners should ensure that they include all the items in brackets, eg transport
provision (road, rail, sea, air). Learners should demonstrate knowledge of the nature of domestic, inbound
and outbound tourism by ensuring that across all the named organisations they have included all three types
of tourism. It is required that learners include a short definition of the different types of tourism within their
evidence for P1. The examples they select, such as a named tour operator or a named travel agent, will need
to be appropriate. Note that the criterion requires learners to ‘describe’ each of the component industries
and ‘identify’ the organisations within them. Methods of assessment could involve learners in putting on a
travel trade fair, making presentations, producing displays or an information file. It is not necessary to provide
examples of each type of tourism for each of the component industries; it is sufficient to provide examples of
each type of tourism across all the component industries.
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