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TCS200 - Computer Applications for Tourism
This course complements the fundamentals of Microsoft Office covered in ICA001. It is intended to extend your knowledge and skills in Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel at an intermediate level. You will be taking other subjects in which you will make use of the computer as an administrative and communicative tool. Exercises and problems will be industry-related and typical of those encountered in a service delivery organization.
TCS300 - Cruise Specialist
We live in exciting times. More people have discovered how wonderful a cruise vacation can be. Upon completion of this subject, students will be able to research on the Internet, apply, sell, book, compile and price cruises. Students will also be able to complete necessary accounting forms to meet the legal requirements for the industry. CLIA (Cruise Lines International Association) guidelines and standards will be reviewed. Students will be able to practice their selling techniques in a simulated Call Centre environment.
TDC200 - World Destinations for Canadian Travellers
World Destinations for Canadian Travellers
THL100 - The Hotel Business
The goal of this course is to give students an insight into the workings of a hotel/motel and to provide students with the background to be employed in the accommodations industry. For students who wish to become travel agents, airline personnel, or employed by tour operators, the goal is to give a more integrated view of tourism as a whole, including the vast accommodations industry.
TMS200 - Marketing for Tourism
Marketing is vital to the success of all organizations, but is especially so in the competitive world tourism industry. Marketing services is, in some key ways, different from marketing goods. This course presents a broad view of marketing concepts and applications in tourism and hospitality.
TOC317 - Tour Operating and Consolidators
A few short years ago, the term "Wholesale Travel Industry" accurately described the various branches of tour operating, product representation and meeting organizations. With the advent of the Internet and other technologies, tours and other products are increasingly distributed directly to the public and are thus no longer wholesaled. This subject will focus on travel product suppliers, retail and wholesale intermediaries and the consumers, how and why travel products are packaged and distributed to the public. This course also addresses the internal and external booking systems utilized by tour operators, airline and industry personnel as well as the consumer. The focus is on challenging the student to investigate information and price retrieval by the use of various travel systems.
TRL300 - The Business Environment
This course provides the "need to know" concepts of business for today's student. Business issues such as entrepreneurship, ethics, global business, and technology will be addressed. This focused and applied approach to learning about the business environment will set students up for future success. Topics will include forms of business ownership, starting and managing your own business, technology and the Internet, evolving economic systems and competition, trends, social responsibility and managing human resources.