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GNVQ Level 2 in Leisure and Tourism: Information Technology

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Age Range: KS4+

Chalkface GNVQ packs have been revised in line with the new guidelines for 2000. Key Skills remain an integral part of GNVQs as naturally occurring opportunities for the development of skills during teaching, learning and assessment. Fully cross-referenced to GNVQ specifications, these resources develop ICT skills in each GNVQ subject. Students use ICT in context to solve real problems and achieve realistic goals.

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Size: 75 Pages
ISBN: 978 1 86025 113 9
Author(s): Steve Machan
Code: GQIL
Popularity rank: 427

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Contents List


  • 1 WHERE IS IT? Students use a graphics application package and scanner to import information concerning national tourist sites.
  • 3 JOB SEARCH This page helps students to examine and understand the advantages of using IT systems in their search for a career, and requires them to create a word-processed table of information based on these.
  • 5 CV UPDATE Students make a list of the qualities and experience that companies in the leisure and tourism industries look for in prospective employees. They re-write their CV for a particular job in either industry, and then re-design it using a word-processing or desktop publishing package.
  • 7 CHANGES Students make a number of changes to the text of a letter using various IT applications, including editing data, moving, deleting, replacing, correcting and changing text.
  • 9 FLYAWAY AIRTOURS Students use a graphics package to design a logo for a firm specialising in cheap flights to Europe. WP software should be used to create a flier advertising special offers, which could be sent to travel agents. Students import the logo into the flier.
  • 11 WHAT FACILITIES? Students examine local leisure and recreation facilities, and produce a guide using desktop publishing applications and clipart.
  • 13 READ ALL ABOUT IT! Students plan a country fair on the local common and produce a flier to publicise it, using a desktop publishing program.
  • 15 THE BEST IMAGE Students use a graphics package to design a logo for a hotel, bearing in mind the 'house' image they want to convey. Students also incorporate their logo onto headed notepaper for the hotel. For this task, they could use a desktop publishing, word-processing, or graphics application.
  • 17 LEISURE TIME This page asks students to create and use a spreadsheet in order to process numerical data. The use of personal leisure time within a group of young people is the topic.
  • 19 PROFIT MARGINS This page invites students to enter returns data and formulae for calculations onto a spreadsheet, and to draw charts from the data. The charts are then used in memos written to leisure centres to encourage good performance (combination of data by Object Linking and Embedding).
  • 21 MAILSHOT Students look at ways of encouraging visitors to come to a campsite. They word process a letter and use mail merge to do a mailshot to potential customers.
  • 23 WHICH RESORT? Students examine the factors that influence people's choices of holiday destination and resort. Students use this information to create a database which customers can use to help decide on the destination and resort for their holidays.
  • 25 KNOW YOUR VISITORS Students examine the advantages and disadvantages of library computerisation. Students interrogate a pre-prepared database and consider the ways in which such a database might be used by a library to improve its service to customers.
  • 27 RECORD IT! Students use a database to record different types of customer information or fields in the leisure and tourism industry.
  • 29 PLANNING AHEAD Students plan a day trip for a group of ten year-olds to two museums. They use a spreadsheet to help them arrange the day's events in a suitable order. This is a useful preliminary exercise for students to do before they actually plan an event themselves.
  • 31 COUNTING CUSTOMERS This page introduces students to the use of a financial spreadsheet application in the leisure and tourism industry.
  • 33 BREAK TIME Students write a report on the leisure activities young people enjoy in their local area. To do this, they conduct a survey and input the data from the survey into a spreadsheet.
  • 35 PRESENTING... Students discuss how a hotel might increase the number of people using it for short-stay visits. They devise a screen show to advertise the services offered by the hotel.
  • 37 MAKING LIFE EASIER This page is designed to encourage students to consider the usefulness of IT within a leisure and tourism environment.
  • 39 E-MAIL This page introduces students to the computer as a communication device. As a result, it should help establish useful links allowing students to gain information and ideas for their course.