• produce a range of simple language which is sufficiently accurate and clear to be understood by a listener
• demonstrate an understanding of the different types of travellers and tourists, the ways in which they travel and the types of accommodation available to them
• demonstrate an understanding of the working roles of people in the hotel, catering, airline, ground transport and tourism industries.
• use the specialised language of the travel and tourism industry
• understand simple information and/or instructions related to the tourism industry and act upon these or respond appropriately when required
• contribute to and interact effectively in a variety of simulated practical tourism related tasks

The course deals with tourism industries and travel that require English as the main tool for communicating and interacting among the elements of tourism. The use of English in tourism industries varies based on General spoken communication within a tourism context. However, this course also covers: 1) Holiday and accommodation types, 2) Leisure and business travellers and tourists, 3) Methods of travel, 4) Job roles in the travel and tourism industries, 5) Understanding and processing tourism-related information, 6) Tourism-related tasks, and 7) The specialist language of the tourism industry. In addition, students will be expected to demonstrate a level of general linguistic competence.