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BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Travel & TourismSlide2
All - To understand the difference between the 3 different types of tourists. (P)
MOST - To be able to list different types of local and national tourist attractions within the UK. (P)
SOME - To develop wider knowledge of a UK Tourism resource. (M)
– To be able to spell the 3 different types of touristSlide3
Types of Tourist – Leisure, Business & Visiting friends and relatives (VFR) (5 mins
Type of Tourist
Marianne is taking a holiday in the UK. She lives in Austria.
Raj is going on holiday to Bournemouth. He lives in Leicester.
Year 11 at Chichester Village College are going to visit Leeds Castle for the day.
Sheena & Donald are going to Madrid for a weekend
break. They live in Glasgow.
Mary is a sales director. She is going to a sales conference in Barcelona.
The Patel family are going on holiday to Disneyland , Paris.
Jerry goes to visit his father in Dublin every Christmas.Mario is visiting the UK from Spain to undertake a language course.
What kind of tourist are they? Leisure, Business or Visiting friends and relative (VFR). Note that some examples might fit into more than one category. Work in pairs to discuss your answers to this task.Slide5
UK Attractions (15 mins)
Type of attraction
Two national examples
A local example
se the local tourist Information Centre (TIC) and the Visit Britain website (
) to help you complete the table above.
The table can be found here: R:\Business Studies\BTEC L3\Travel & TourismSlide6
Visit Britain – (15 mins)
You will use Visit Britain website (
.) a lot during your studies as it is an invaluable tourism resource. Use it now to find out:What are the objectives of VisitBritain?
What are the National Tourist Boards? What are the Regional Development Agencies (RDA’s)
Where are VisitBritain’s overseas offices?
Book to purchase
A lever arch folder + 10 dividersSlide8
Holiday homework – (15
Complete ALL of:P1 - describe the travel and tourism component industries and provide examples
outbound organisations within them