We offer you this important course at our various academic branches around the world, by our skilled experts. The training program explains how Tourism Economy became more significant during the second half of the 20th century, since tourism is in charge of more than 6% of the world's total economy, therefore a new scientific branch has emerged to consider Tourism Economy, represented in many colleges and tourism institutes around the world, along with developing interest in the quality of hotels and services in many countries of the world, which also has become the center of interest in many countries.

Objectives and target group

Major Characteristics of Tourism Economy

Tourism is one of the most distinguished industries, which is characterezied by the following features:

- Tourism is an invisible service, which can be transferred from one place to another, the total benefit would be generated for the place provides the relevant Tourism Services.

- Tourism Authority estimates tourism expenditure and economy by reviewing 3 different variables: Number of Tourists, Duration of Stay in the country, in addition to the Rate of Spending for tourism purposes. In general, there is an inverse correlation between the duration of tourist stay and the average expenditure on a daily basis. The length of stay leads to increased recognition of tourism attractions, increased experience in the local market, as well as benefits from Long Stay Discounts.

The British Academy for Training and Development offers courses and professional training on Tourism Management and Functions, Departments, Methods of Development, and Crisis Management.

Course Content

Chapter I: The concept of Tourism Economy

First : Emergence and Development of Tourism

  1. The Definition of Tourism
  2. Types of Tourism
  3. Development of Tourist Types.
  4. Benefits and Disadvantages of Tourism

Second: Tourism as an economic activity in development

  1. Tourism Industry and National Development Issues
  2. Role of Tourism in Development issues
  3. Contribute to the Development and Achievement of Economic and Social balance Between regions.

Third: Tourism and absorption of unemployment

  1. Role of Tourism in creating jobs.
  2. Impact of Tourism on the Balance of Payments
  3. Employment and Training.

Chapter II: Characteristics of Tourism Industry and Tourist Types

First: the Tourism Market

  1. Concept of Tourism Market.
  2. Types of tourists.
  3. Market Segmentation
  4. Major Elements and Trends of Tourist Demands.

Second: Tourism as Developmental Economic Activity

  1. Tourism Industry and National Development Issues
  2. Role of Tourism in Development Issues
  3. Tourism contributions to the national development process, and achievement of Economic and Social balance between various regions.

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Course Cost

Note / Price varies according to the selected city

Members NO. : 1
£2900 / Member

Members NO. : 2 - 3
£2320 / Member

Members NO. : + 3
£1885 / Member

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