Coleg Cambria Travel and Tourism students Take Part In Tourism Business Challenge
Coleg Cambria Deeside’s Travel and Tourism students took part in an exhilarating Tourism Business Challenge hosted by Young Enterprise.
The students, who also follow the Welsh Baccalaureate programme, were given the opportunity to work with fellow learners from all levels on a creative and challenging task.
They were asked to come up with a business idea for a new, innovative and successful tourism business venture to encourage visitors to spend time and money in North Wales. Ideas included an Ice Wedding Venue, Castle Hotel, Water sports Centre, Eco-friendly resort, 18-30 Destination and a Retail Centre.
The groups worked to a tight deadline and were instructed to create a tourism attraction for a specific target market.
The activity was designed to lay the foundation for the students to work together as a Young Enterprise company over the coming year.
The teams worked effectively together, demonstrating excellent leadership, teamwork, communication and presentation skills.
They also showed their ability to solve problems and manage their time efficiently, as well as being creative in generating ideas, concepts, templates and plans for their business.
Rona Griffiths, Coleg Cambria Enterprise and WorldSkills Manager said:
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“We are really looking forward to working closer with the Travel and Tourism students in their Young Enterprise companies.
“We were very impressed by their energy, effort and enthusiasm – and their fantastic results! Thank you also to Selwyn Griffiths from Young Enterprise who facilitated this great activity.”