Tourismunit Standard 18211

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TourismUnit Standard 18211
Level: 3 Credit: 8 Version: 2

Demonstrate knowledge of Australia as a tourist destination

Provider/School: ____________________ Student Name: ______________________ Date of Assessment:_________________

US 18211 Common Assessment Task US 18211 Demonstrate knowledge of Australia as a tourist destination Level: 3 Credit: 8 Version: 2 Student Name: NZQA Number:

Attempt Submission 1 Submission 2 Submission 3 Element 4 C / NYC C / NYC C / NYC

Element 1 C / NYC C / NYC C / NYC Element 5 C / NYC C / NYC C / NYC

Element 2 C / NYC C / NYC C / NYC Element 6 C / NYC C / NYC C / NYC Date Achieved

Element 3 C / NYC C / NYC C / NYC

Overall Competency Achieved ! Assessor Signature

Student Declaration I hereby certify that all the work included in this assessment is my own original work. I have not copied the assessment or any part of it or have allowed or will allow any other student to copy any part of the assessment. I have correctly acknowledged and referenced all sources of information used. Signature___________________________________________ Name______________________________________________ Date_______________________________________________

© ATTTO – Setting the standard for training in Aviation, Tourism, Travel and Museums Moderated and approved for use - March 2009. Ed 2 – June 2010

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US 18211 Common Assessment Task US 18211 Demonstrate knowledge of Australia as a tourist destination Level: 3 Credit: 8 Version: 2 Resources The following resources may be useful when completing this assessment: ! ‘US 18211 ATTTO Student Manual’ available from ATTTO ! For the map work an atlas or any other map may be used – there is no requirement for the maps to be blank ! Any travel guides, brochures or websites. Assessment Conditions ! This is an open book research assignment. Method of assessment ! Verbal and/or written answers ! Answers must be in student’s own words. Prerequisites Nil Definitions ! Hemispheres refers to the northern and southern hemispheres. ! Attractions refers to both constructed and natural attractions existing at a destination which are of interest to tourists. For example – constructed attractions may include museums, buildings, zoos; natural attractions may include forests, lakes, geothermal areas. ! Activities refers to commercial activities at a destination which are of interest to tourists. For example – excursions, ballooning, boat cruise, nature trek, city tour. ! Events refers to staged events which occur on a regular basis at a destination which are of interest to tourists. For example – exhibitions, festivals, tradeshows. ! Attraction, activity and event features may include but are not limited to – what there is to see and do, location, duration, time of year, facilities/services available, opening hours, price range. ! Elapsed transportation time is the actual time it takes to travel from one destination to another. ! City refers to any city, town or other significant tourist destination. ! Current travel industry resources refers to any resources, manual and/or electronic, used by a travel industry workplace. Examples may include but are not limited to – supplier and/or wholesale brochures, websites, computer reservation system. ! Rental vehicle operators refers to suppliers of rental cars and/or motorhomes. ! Current regulations refers to those outlined by The Australian Government Department of Immigration and Citizenship (http://www.immi.gov.au). ! Climatic conditions refers to minimum temperature, maximum temperature, and average rainfall. ! Seasons include summer, spring, autumn, winter, wet and dry. © ATTTO – Setting the standard for training in Aviation, Tourism, Travel and Museums Moderated and approved for use - March 2009. Ed 2 – June 2010

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US 18211 Common Assessment Task
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