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Examples of Travel & Tourism skills include: Empathy, Teamwork, Time Management & Problem-solving skills.

TRAVEL &
TOURISM

TRAVEL FAR ENOUGH, YOU WILL MEET YOURSELF.

If you think of travel and tourism, perhaps you imagine travelling around the world on exotic adventures. There are many Career options which can take you overseas - such as a holiday representative, tour guide, and air or cruise ship steward. Many sectors in the industry grant themselves well to holiday resorts or destinations overseas, yet there is an abundance of sectors that are available within the UK.

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Airline customer service agent
Airline customer service agents make sure passengers and their luggage safely board the right aircraft at the right time.

Airline pilot
Airline pilots fly passengers and cargo to destinations around the world.

Airport information assistant
Airport information assistants help passengers in airports.

Cabin crew
Air cabin crew help make sure that airline passengers have a comfortable, safe and pleasant flight.

Cruise ship steward
Cruise ship stewards clean and service cabins on board cruise ships.

Fairground worker
Fairground workers operate rides and carry out maintenance at theme parks or travelling fairgrounds.

Heritage officer
Heritage officers support teams to take care of buildings, monuments and places valued for their cultural and historical importance.

Hotel manager
Hotel managers are in charge of the day-to-day running of a hotel.

Hotel porter
Hotel porters welcome guests, carry their luggage and answer their questions.

Hotel receptionist
Hotel receptionists make guests feel welcome, manage new room bookings and reservations, and deal with requests from guests.

Housekeeper
Housekeepers organise hotel staff to make sure that all the rooms are kept clean and tidy.

Museum assistant
Museum assistants take care of customers and security in museums and galleries.

Resort representative
Resort representatives look after holidaymakers during their stay.

Riding holiday centre manager
Riding centre managers plan and run the centre's activities, manage staff and develop the business.

Riding holiday leader
Riding holiday leaders take individuals and groups out on treks.

Tour manager
Tour managers manage the travel arrangements of holidaymakers and business clients to make sure their trips run smoothly.

Tourist guide
Tourist guides show visitors around places of interest like cities, historic buildings and art galleries.

Tourist information centre assistant
Tourist information centre assistants give information to visitors about transport, tourist attractions and local services and activities.

Travel agency manager
Travel agency managers are responsible for the day-to-day running of travel agencies, meeting sales targets and promoting travel products.

Travel agent
Travel agents book and plan business and leisure travel for customers.

Visitor attraction general manager
Visitor attraction general managers look after the operation and finances of an attraction, and the health and safety of staff and visitors.

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