English for tourism professionals

Communicate more effectively in English with tourists from different nationalities
B2/Upper Intermediate
3 meses
Blended learning
Face to face

English for tourism professionals

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English is the language of international tourism and is a fundamental tool for tourist guides, hotel receptionists, travel agents and tourist information officers who wish to advance in their professional careers.

The English for International Tourism and Hospitality course is specially designed to help tourism professionals communicate effectively in English with tourists of all nationalities.



After this course, I will be able to...

Use specific vocabulary.
Understand tourists with different accents.
Give information and advice to travellers.
Deal with problems and offering help.
Use a suitable register and be polite.

Course contents

Welcoming tourists

Vocabulary related to tourism: accommodation, eating out, transportation, travelling, excursions, directions...

Giving basic information (money, directions, sightseeing, transport, travelling around)

Talking about local features

Describing places and landmarks

Giving advice on excursions, places to visit, accommodation, etc.

Making short presentations

Useful tenses for communication and giving information

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Para comenzar este curso, se necesita tener un nivel de inglés que permita mantener una comunicación básica con otras personas, y tener nociones de temas fundamentales como los números, las letras, las preguntas básicas y un vocabulario mínimo sobre áreas como comidas, servicios y desplazamientos en la ciudad.

Como ocurre con algunas otras profesiones, quienes trabajan en el área de turismo necesitan dominar el inglés del sector profesional en el que se desempeñan. Para quienes no tienen un nivel de inglés muy alto, hacer un curso de inglés especializado es una buena manera de centrarse rápidamente en el vocabulario y funciones que necesitan, y aplicar los conocimientos a su trabajo enseguida.