English for Tourism and Hospitality

About the qualification

This English qualification was originally developed by the Confederation of Tourism & Hospitality (CTH), a UK-based global awarding body for Tourism and Hospitality qualifications. CTH is approved and regulated by Ofqual

To work in many international Tourism and Hospitality environments it is often essential that candidates have a competent level of English. Through the completion of this qualification, learners give themselves an effective entry route into the industry or academic progression.


Aims of the qualification

The aims are to provide a qualification that:

  • provides students with a range of communication and study skills that can be used both in academia and in a vocational context;
  • provides for an effective academic progression route;
  • provides for an entry route into the tourism and hospitality industry.


Entry requirements

The entry requirements below are intended for guidance only as applicants may apply with a wide variety of backgrounds and qualifications.

Centres will assess all applicants to ensure they are able to meet the demands of the course.


Recommended entry requirements

Completed full time secondary or high school education up to age 16.

This course is ideal for learners who have completed full time secondary or high school education up to age 16; however, applicants may register with a wide variety of backgrounds and qualifications.


Candidates must achieve 

  • All 3 mandatory units, providing 39 credits i.e. a total of 39 credits


Mandatory units

  • English for working in a restaurant (EWR)
  • English for working in hotels and tourism (EWHT)
  • Travel English (Travel English)



12 weeks

Course Fee


Registration fee: £50 

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