UNIT 36: SPORT AND LEISURE TOURISM IN THE UK

UNIT 36: SPORT AND LEISURE TOURISM IN THE UK    HEALTH AND SAFETY IN THE HEALTH AND SOCIAL  CARE WORKPLACE 

Sport and Leisure Tourism in the UK A/601/1785

LO1 Understand the structure of the sport- and
leisure-related tourism sector in the UK



Understand the structure of the sport- and leisure-related tourism sector in
the UK Concept of tourism: models and approaches; definitions of tourism and
tourists; tourism motivators and barriers; classification of tourism types;
tourism sectors including products and services Historical developments:
introduction of paid holidays; role of transport; mass tourism; ecotourism;
technological developments in sport and leisure-related tourism Role of public
sector: government legislation; tourism authorities; national and regional
tourist boards; local government; amenity agencies; public sector initiatives;
comparative government structures Role of private and voluntary sectors:
private sector organisations eg tourist attractions and accommodation
providers; voluntary sector organisations eg hostel; partnerships, national and
international professional organisations Tourism law: effects of EU and
international legislation; tourist movement law eg passports; passenger
carriage law; consumer protection law eg Package Holidays Act; planning regulations;
laws relating to tourist attractions and sports stadia

1.1 compare the
structure and operation for two selected sport- and leisure-related tourism
providers analysing their audience profiles and range of activities
1.2 evaluate
the contribution of the public, commercial and voluntary sectors to the growth
and development of the sport- and leisure-related tourism sector
1.3 analyse the
impact of historical developments and concepts on the growth of the sport- and
leisure-related tourism industry

1.4
evaluate the value of EU and international law that affect the sport- and
leisure-related tourism industry


LO2 Understand the trends and demands for sport and leisure tourism

Understand the trends and demands for sport and leisure tourism Sources of
tourism data and statistics: international sources; National Training
Organisations; regional tourist boards; sector-specific studies eg
accommodation surveys, independent surveys; local, national, international
statistics Characteristics and contribution of tourism: patterns of demand;
supply characteristics; future markets; contribution to national economy and
balance of payments; tourism-related employment; career pathways Tourism
resources: natural; constructed; labour; tourism infrastructure including air,
sea and road; effects of deregulation; ownership and operation of airports,
airlines, shipping, rail and coach travel; impact of tourism and infrastructure
on tourism demand

2.1 present a
statistical analysis identifying trends and the nature of demand for sport- and
leisure-related tourism in the UK

2.2
evaluate the nature and availability of sport- and leisurerelated tourism
resources


LO3 Understand the economic, socio-cultural and environmental issues that
affect sport and leisure tourism

Understand the economic, socio-cultural and environmental issues that affect
sport and leisure tourism Economic: national, local and regional impacts;
measuring economic impact; multiplier and leakage effects; cost and benefit
analysis; sources of finance for tourism; funding and grants; political costs
and benefits Socio-cultural: social impact models; socio-cultural costs and
benefits; effects of intercultural contact on host communities; effects of
intercultural contact on tourists Environmental: positive and negative
environmental impacts; environmental impact assessments; protection measures;
sustainable development; competition and conflict issues; government and
organisational body initiatives

3.1 evaluate
the contribution of the sport- and leisurerelated tourism industry to the UK
economy
3.2
analyse the socio-cultural and environmental factors and their impact on the
sport- and leisure-related tourism industry
 

LO4 Be able to evaluate strategies that can be used to
maximise the growth of sport- and leisure-related tourism

Be able to evaluate strategies that can be used
to maximise the growth of sportand leisure-related tourism Regional and
national strategies: strategies eg ‘Health of the Nation, crime prevention,
antisocial behaviour, juvenile crime, accessibility, transport sustainability,
education and training, new technologies eg interactive software,
corporate-related, strategies related to employee recruitment and training and
management expertise Events: types eg sporting and leisure events, corporate,
educational Influence: of major initiatives eg Modern Olympics, World Student
Games, Commonwealth Games, Ryder Cup, Grand National, Wimbledon, Premier League
eventsHospitality management

4.1 evaluate
regional, national and local strategies that have influenced the growth and
demand for sport- and leisure-related tourism activities

4.2
prepare data that can be used to manage the growth and demand for a selected
sport- and leisure-related tourism activity


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