PgC PG Cert Tourism Management

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Duration Full-time, 1 Year, Part-time, 2 Years
Start date January 2021 & September 2021
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The PG Certificate in Tourism Management is aimed at existing industry professionals seeking to optimise their career potential.  Designed in consultation with regional and national businesses operating in a range of sectors across the tourism industry this programme gives you the opportunity to develop your operational and strategic knowledge and obtain a highly relevant qualification at post graduate level.

Running from January 2020 you will develop your depth of subject knowledge and management capabilities by studying 3 key areas including Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Destination Marketing, and Managing the Visitor Experience, all of which provide the foundation for success in any tourism related organisation.

Located at our Ambleside Campus, in the heart of the Lake District, and a UNESCO Heritage site, your learning experience is embedded into one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, providing insights into best practice and the opportunity to work with some of the most innovative and creative businesses in the region. Our strategic partnerships with Cumbria Tourist Board, the Lake District China Forum and the Lake District Hotels Association, alongside our wider national and international industry links provides you with access to the latest data and information impacting on the tourism industry in the region.

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