|Introduction To Travel, Tourism & Leisure Apprenticeships|
|Tourism & leisure is a huge sector, providing a very wide range of opportunities to cater for almost every taste, and, even as an apprentice, you can earn anything from £80 a week to over £300 a week depending on which area you specialise in and which travel or leisure company you are working for. Once qualified, you could receive a salary of up to £30,000 if you land a tourism job or leisure role in a good location.
If you are keen to work in tourism or leisure then you have a number of apprenticeship options open to you. Leisure, Travel & Tourism apprenticeships come in many different guises - and we’ll take a look at some of the most popular types of apprenticeships in tourism which you can do further down this page.
However, if you already think you know all that you need to know about apprenticeships in tourism and leisure, then skip the reading and get applying for some of travel & tourism apprenticeships listed below.
JCA Apprentice Food Service / Kitchen Porter
As a Kitchen Porter/Food service apprentice you will be enrolled on the new Trailblazer apprenticeship scheme- Hospitality Team Member, specialising in food and beverage service. This apprenticeship will give you the opportunity to work towards a level 2 NVQ in Hospitality.
ASBS Tourism Apprenticeships
12 - 24 months
Apprenticeships Suffolk Business Service provides impartial advice on what apprenticeship options are available to students in Suffolk.
They have a wide selection of travel and tourism apprenticeship programmes available in the Suffolk region.
|Different Types Of Leisure, Travel & Tourism Apprenticeships|
|As a sector, leisure, travel & tourism lays claim to possibly more different types of apprenticeship than any other. Just a few of the different sorts of travel, leisure and tourism apprenticeships you might see advertised here on e4s include:
Every single one of the different types of tourism and leisure apprenticeship will be different in scope - and could set you up for different sorts of jobs once you’ve completed your programme and qualified.
|Different Levels Of Tourism & Travel Apprenticeships|
|Most tourism, leisure and travel apprenticeships are, for now, at the intermediate and advanced level - ie. at the time of writing, there are not many options for higher level tourism apprenticeships. Hopefully, that will change in the future and more tour operators and other travel and leisure companies will start to offer Higher Level 4, Higher Level 5 and even Higher Level 6 apprenticeships over time.
For now, though, you can do apprenticeships in leisure and tourism specialising in Activity Leadership, Cabin Crew and Leisure Operations at Intermediate Level 2. You can also do tourism & leisure apprenticeships in Coaching, Exercise and Fitness, Playwork, Spectator Safety and Travel Services at Intermediate Level 2 - and then progress to Advanced Level 3 if you enjoy those courses and perform well enough.
At the moment, though, the main leisure apprenticeships such as the ones in Leisure Management, Outdoor Programmes, Sporting Excellence and Sports Development are exclusively at the Advanced Level 3.
|Apply For Leisure, Travel & Tourism Apprenticeships In The UK|
|There are plenty of travel and tourism apprenticeships in London, but the sector doesn’t just revolve around the UK’s capital - you can find apprenticeships in tourism and leisure all over the country!
And, thankfully, you don’t need to travel anywhere at all to find the best opportunities in your area because we’ve listed all of the latest opportunities below.
Apply for some of the current leisure, travel and tourism apprenticeships we are advertising right now!