|1.||Investigate the nature, scope and significance of tourism, hospitality and events;|
|2.||Analyse the structure of the tourism, hospitality and event industries, as well as interpret components of the tourism system using an analytical framework;|
|3.||Reflect upon and apply a range of fundamental principles and complex techniques to analyse existing major events, festivals and organised spectacles in the areas of business, sport and leisure and improve event outcomes;|
|4.||Recommend solutions to problems and challenges in events and hospitality industry settings where culture and community values impact on the provision of an effective contemporary industry;|
|5.||Evaluate collaboratively the needs of the modern consumer and the importance of experience; and,|
|6.||Locate and interpret statistical data relating to specified tourism and events activities.|
|Report||Written Report (Individual)||20%|
|Report||Group Simulation Report||35%|
Essentials of Tourism (2nd ed.).
Cooper, C. (2016).
United Kingdom: Pearson.
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