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These days, financial rewards in the travel, tourism & hospitality (TTH) industry are attractive and positions are plentiful in this ever expanding and dynamic global market – great for those with an interest in travel and adventure. You're guaranteed fun, excitement and lots of variety when you study and work in the travel, tourism and hospitality sectors. So whether you see yourself working at the Ritz or even opening your own restaurant, bar or hotel, following a TTH course will equip you with the know-how and skills to get you there.

These industries seek enthusiastic and committed staff with exceptional customer service, communication, numeracy & IT skills.

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Greg Lesnie
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Software Engineer (Finance industry) and Owner, Migame Pty Ltd; Online Language teacher and student
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Capstone: Retrieving, Processing, and Visualizing Data with Python

"This was a shocker - spoon-fed course with zero intellectual challenge. I paid for it but value it at zero. Previously I had thought it OK for learning python, but the capstone had zero value, and no need to write a single line of code. Pretty annoyed is my summary, a waste of time. Other parts of the course were good to very good, but this one was SO disappointing." - Sat, 12 Aug 2017 11:59:28 +0000

"This was a shocker - spoon-fed course with zero intellectual challenge. I paid for it but value it at zero. Previously I had thought it OK f… read full review - Sat, 12 Aug 2017 11:59:28 +0000

Christopher Willson
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Learning Resource Assistant
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Managing Extreme Behaviour Online: for schools and colleges

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The course was focussed on style over substance with far too large a reliance on sound-bites and business phrases without offering any practical solutions beyond those that come naturally. There was very little engagement with external theories and practices and it felt like a sound-board for Paul Nix's ego. It has been a waste of my time and energy and I am entirely disappointed. There are numerous instances of bad grammar, spelling mistakes and sentences that make little or no sense. Many of the articles indicated seem to be offerings of what Paul has previously written ( claimed to be published) on various blogs including TES online and the Guardian blog but they are seemingly one individuals' opinion on the matter and do not appear to have been subjected to peer review in any way. There are some external links to outside sources which may prove to be useful; these however were provided but not referred to or engaged with in the training. This is the second time I have come away from a Pivotal training course feeling as though I've gained very little and have simply been a witness to one person's inflated ego of themself - this could have been so much better; so much more useful - what a shame.

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" The course was focussed on style over substance with far too large a reliance on sound-bites and business phrases without offering any pra… read full review - Thu, 22 Sep 2016 12:51:58 +0000

selina clark
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Office Manager
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Health and Safety Awareness

"Really friendly and helpful trainers, we are a national company and was able to source courses anywhere. The staff said the courses were really informative and helped with obtaining their CSCS cards." - Mon, 11 Jul 2016 15:33:44 +0000

"Really friendly and helpful trainers, we are a national company and was able to source courses anywhere. The staff said the courses were re… read full review - Mon, 11 Jul 2016 15:33:44 +0000