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Concentrating on the key issues of today''s travel sector, you will acquire a thorough grounding in industry terminology and procedures. By using extracts from selected industry publications, you will learn how to create, price and document itineraries in line with customer requirements. The course is endorsed by British Airways and maps to the new IATA syllabus released Sept 2003. This course is valid for one year only. Description: Can there be any career path that rivals the travel industry for diversity and excitement? When you become IATA and British Airways qualified, doors open for you in literally every corner of the globe. Now your ticket to advancement with the world''s favourite travel qualification doesn''t have to cost the earth. Whether you are hoping to make a fresh start in the travel market, or simply want to fine tune your existing skills, the ICS British Airways Fares and Ticketing courses lets you learn-to-earn, without the burden of attending classes or quitting your job. Like you, we know that time is money. Which is why all ICS courses are carefully designed to help your career take off, not put it on hold. When you enrol with ICS, your studies fit into your schedule, and not the other way around. Key Benefits: Some key benefits of the ICS approach are: ? Start when you want with ICS - We don''t lock you into inflexible term times ? Study at your own pace ? Study wherever you are the in world ? Professionally developed Reference Book which can be used for further courses ? Gain IATA points while earning your BA qualification ? Telephone support via a network of BA Advisors Concentrating on the key issues of today''s travel sector, you will acquire a thorough grounding in industry terminology and procedures. By using extracts from selected industry publications, you will learn how to create, price and document itineraries in line with customer requirements. Topics: On successful completion of British Airways Fares and Ticketing Level II, you will have a professional understanding of the following areas: ? Construct fares for multi-sector journeys, applying the mileage system, higher intermediate fares and minimum fare checks ? Determine fares for itineraries with more than one breakpoint ? Calculate fares for itineraries with surface sectors and side trips ? Assess fares for journeys of differing classes ? Apply special fares to multi-sector itineraries and ope jaw constructions ? Interpret automated and manual fare calculation details ? Issue conjunction tickets manually to IATA standards ? Establish fares for children, infants and other rebate categories ? Source information on the procedures for revalidations, endorsements, reissues and refunds. Requirements: Fares and Ticketing level 1 or equivalent Careers in the Field: The ICS British Airways Ticketing Courses are ideally suited for anyone pursuing a career within the travel agency structure. However, since this qualification is widely recognised in the industry, it is also relevant to the following jobs: Airline staff, Check in staff at airports, Staff employed in reservation centres, Tour operators, Ticket desk employees, Ground crew, Cabin crew and Hospitality industry workers. Because this qualification is applicable to so many roles and career paths, it is difficult to place an exact monetary value on the added earnings potential these skills could offer you. However, a typical salary range for those employed specifically as Ticket Agents outside the London area is between ?12,000 and ?15,000, rising to between ?16,00 and ?20,000 for those with the right experience The British Airways Ticketing Courses are the most flexible and cost-effective way of gaining the qualifications you need to succeed in this rewarding field. Qualification: 10 IATA Points Hours of Study: 100 External Exam Information: In order to complete Fares and Ticketing Level I, students must pass a 3 hour, open book exam. Exams take place in March, July and November and the res

Concentrating on the key issues of today''s travel sector, you will acquire a thorough grounding in industry terminology and procedures. By using extracts from selected industry publications, you will learn how to create, price and document itineraries in line with customer requirements. The course is endorsed by British Airways and maps to the new IATA syllabus released Sept 2003. This course is...

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