Semantics of learning outcomes for a tourism degree across institutions, industry and governing bodies
Tourism is a major Australian business sector contributing significantly to the nation's GDP and employing many Australians in hundreds of thousands of businesses, but also currently and in the future expected to face significant skills shortages. Amongst the responses is the Office of Learning and Teaching's recent development of agreed tourism, hospitality and events academic standards in the form of threshold learning outcomes. But do current Australian tourism degree course objectives...[Show more]
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