Are you seeking an exciting opportunity in the ever-growing industry of Adventure Tourism?
Adventure tourism is about connecting with a new culture or a new landscape and being physically active at the same time. It is not necessarily about being risky or pushing your boundaries however this is sometimes the case. Of course, it is especially important to know and respect your limits while you are in an unfamiliar area.
Adventure Tourism is a term that is not easily defined. For one thing, different people will have different ideas about what is “adventure”. For one person, “adventure” may be something as simple as camping outside in a tent, or walking through a wilderness area for an hour. For another, this would be considered passive tourism or exercise, whereas adventure would mean participating in dangerous and physically (also maybe emotionally) challenging activities, such as climbing a sheer rock face or white water rafting in dangerous rapids. Traditionally, adventure tourism has been perceived to be a younger person’s activity. In recent years, however, older people are keen to enjoy new experiences once their children have left home.
A career in adventure tourism is exciting and rewarding and one that is in high demand as it is clear that adventure tourism has no distinct boundaries, leaving people at a loss as to where to start their planning from such an experience.
Are you looking to enhance your knowledge and skills in this exciting industry? Do you need to brush up on your professional development in order to improve your employment opportunities? Gain a deeper understanding of our advanced level travel course and secure new skills and expertise to prepare for the challenges of this exciting sector.
This course is our most comprehensive in travel and tourism. If you already work in the industry, it’s a big tick in the box for your professional development. It is also suitable for those looking to set up their own travel and tourism business. Across 21 topics you will learn everything you need to know including how to develop tourism products, manage finances and development and implement business and marketing plans.
If you have a keen interest in tourism, can see yourself as a team player and believe you have excellent customer service, a career in the tourism industry could be for you.
This six-month course will help you get into the industry, providing you with the skills to work in businesses like tour operators, inbound tour operators, visitor information centres, attractions, cultural and heritage sites.
This hands-on course will allow you to grow your local and regional tourism knowledge, with on-site and off-site teaching activities across regional Victoria. Upon completion, you will be ready to further your studies or step into a new career in your local tourism sector. Pathways include a broad variety of employers within the tourism industry sector including tour operators, inbound tour operators, visitor information centres, attractions, cultural and heritage sites, and any small tourism business. This qualification allows for multi-skilling and for specialisation in office-based roles involving the planning and coordination of tourism services, or roles in the field where products are delivered.
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