Unit 12 - Responsible Tourism - P4 M3
In P4 I plan a holiday incorporating principles of responsible tourism to meet a specific
client brief. In M3 I justify the extent to which the planned holiday meets specific principles of responsible tourism.
Unit 34 - Website Design Strategy - P4 P5 P6 M2 M3 D2
P4 P5 P6 M2 M3 D2 of someone who achieved D*D* in their first year and is expected to get D*D*D* in their second year.
Unit 22 P5 M3 D3
P5 Interpret findings from the market research undertaken, presenting them in a range of different formats.
M3 Analyse the findings of the market research using a wide range of statistical techniques and comment on confidence levels.
D3 Assess the limitations of the data collected and justify research planning process improvements in light of the work undertaken
Unit 13 - Tour Operations - P3, P4, M3
Pearsons BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Travel and Tourism - Unit 13 - Tour Operations -
P3, P4, M3 - Achieved all criteria
P3 outline how tour operators
plan, sell, administer and
operate a package holiday
P4 plan and cost a package
holiday for inclusion in a tour
M3 explain ways of maximising
profitability during the
different stages of planning,
selling, administering and
operating a package holiday.
To achieve P3, learners must describe the functions of tour operating, with examples of how they are carried
out, covering the full range prescribed for planning, selling, administration and operations. Timescales and
commercial considerations should be evident within the descriptions. Evidence could relate to a visit to a tour
operator or could describe the functions for a hypothetical tour operator.
P4 is a practical assessment in which learners must plan a package holiday, then calculate a selling price using
load factors, mark-up or profit margin, currency conversions and fixed and variable costs. Tutors could ask
learners to plan and cost a specific type of package, for example a trip aimed at school or college learners,
giving them a choice of accommodation, transport and other components, together with some prices for
each component. Learners could then plan their package within these parameters, make decisions about
mark-up and load factor and calculate a selling price. Evidence will be in the form of a description of the
planned package, identification of all components, an accurate cost breakdown and a rationale for the
decisions made on load factor and mark-up.
For M3, learners must explain, with specific examples, ways in which profitability could be maximised. Aspects
such as methods of contracting, consolidations, currency exchange, cancellation charge and commission must
now be explained to show how they could contribute to its profitability.
UNIT 4 M3
Task 2: (M3)
• Justify the use of these instruments and sensor.
• Give a reason for why each was a suitable choice in terms of accuracy and precision.
Unit 1 - The Business Environment - Task 4 (P6, M3 and D2)
Unit 1 - The Business Environment, Task 4 of 4 which consists of P6, M3 and D2 in which you need to describe and explain political, legal and social factors of two contrasting businesses and how them factors affect each business.
Unit 11 - P6 M3 D2
P6 Explain the role of supportive relationships in reducing the risk of abuse and neglect.
M3 Discuss the role of supportive relationships in reducing the risk of abuse and neglect, using examples.
D2 Evaluate the role of multi-agency working to reduce the risk of abuse of adults, with reference to legal frameworks, regulations, working strategies and procedures.