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RyhmäR81D17S/Tourism (Rovaniemi)
OpintojaksoR801DL24 Designing Profitable Tourism Services, 10.00 op, 267 h
AMMATTIOPINNOT
ToteutusPerustoteutus/18001
ToimipisteMTI (Viirinkankaantie 1) Rovaniemi
ToteutusajankohtaKevät1/2018-2019, Kevät2/2018-2019
VastuuopettajaPaloniemi Petra
Muut opettajatKangasvieri Minna, Svanberg Leena
Toteutuksen tilaTulossa

Kuvauksen tila Valmis
  
Opetuskieli englanti
Alkamis- ja päättymispvm01.01.2019 - 20.04.2019
Osallistujia min.  
Osallistujia max.  
Ilmoittautumisaika01.09.2018 - 30.09.2018
Toteutustapa
Virtuaaliosuus 3 op
T&k-integraatio 5 op
Tentin uusintapäivät
Koulutuksen aikataulu (www-linkki)
Kuvauksen kieli suomi 
Osaamistavoitteet ja teemat

Managing Operational Business Processes

Designing and Marketing Tourism Services (project)

The student understands the significance of tourism services and product development as a part of responsible tourism business development and operational management process in a tourism company. He/she has basic readiness to design and price experiential tourism services and products based on local resources in the glocal context by taking into account the principles of responsible tourism business and contemporary approaches in tourism product development. He/she learns to use various co-creation tools and methods to generate innovative ideas.

The student understands the meaning of profitability in the tourism sector and companies and adopts profitability thinking. He/she knows the basics of profitability planning and related key-ratios. He/she learns to make profitability planning-related calculations (budgets, financing, investments, sustainable pricing) on a basic level for a micro/small tourism company.

 
Arviointikriteerit

Excellent (5)

The student fully understands the significance of service and product development in tourism. He/she has profound and excellent knowledge of contemporary approaches to tourism product development and of the tools and methods related to them. The student is able to fully apply creative and future-oriented skills to generate innovative ideas in the development work based on the principles of responsible tourism business. The student participates in the contact lessons very actively and shows deep analytical, reflective and critical approach in all his/her activities.

The student has completely adopted profitability thinking and can independently perform different profitability calculations and ratios as well as financing figures. He/she understands their meaning to a business. He/she fully understands the sustainable pricing practices in the tourism field and can apply different pricing methods to a given situation at hand in an excellent manner. The student is able to compile a basic budget for a small company independently. All the assignments are performed according to the instructions.

Very good (4)

The student understands very well the significance of service and product development in tourism. He/she has very good knowledge of contemporary approaches to tourism product development and of the tools and methods related to them. The student is able to apply very well creative and future-oriented skills to generate innovative ideas in the development work based on the principles of responsible tourism business. The student participates in the contact lessons actively and shows analytical, reflective and critical approach of a good level in all his/her activities.

The student has adopted profitability thinking and can perform independently most of the profitability calculations and ratios as well as financing figures. He/she understands very well their meaning to a business. He/she understands very well the sustainable pricing practices in the tourism field and can apply different pricing methods to a given situation at hand in a good manner. The student is able to compile a basic budget for a small company quite independently. Most of the assignments are performed according to the instructions

Good (3)

The student understands well the significance of service and product development in tourism. He/she has good knowledge of contemporary approaches to tourism product development and of the tools and methods related to them. The student is mostly able to apply creative and future-oriented skills to generate innovative ideas in the development work based on the principles of responsible tourism business. The student participates in the contact lessons actively and shows somewhat analytical, reflective and critical approach in all his/her activities.

The student has adopted well profitability thinking and can perform with some guidance profitability calculations and ratios as well as financing figures. He/she mostly understands their meaning to a business. He/she understands well the sustainable pricing practices in the tourism field and can apply different pricing methods to a given situation at hand in a rather good manner. The student is able to compile a basic budget for a small company with some guidance. Most of the assignments are performed according to the instructions.

Satisfactory (2)

The student has limited understanding of the significance of service and product development in tourism. He/she has satisfactory knowledge of contemporary approaches to tourism product development and of the tools and methods related to them. The student has some difficulties in applying creative and future-oriented skills to generate innovative ideas in the development work based on the principles of responsible tourism business. The student participates in the contact lessons passively and shows vague analytical, reflective and critical approach in all his/her activities.

The student has vague understanding of profitability thinking and needs assistance in performing profitability calculations and ratios as well as financing figures. He/she has no clear perception of their meaning to a business. In addition, the sustainable pricing practices in the tourism field are not clear to him/her and he/she has difficulties in applying different pricing methods to a given situation at hand. The student needs assistance and instructions when compiling a basic budget for a small company. The student has challenges in performing the assignments according to the instructions.

Poor (1)

The student has very limited understanding of the significance of service and product development in tourism. He/she has vague knowledge of contemporary approaches to tourism product development and of the tools and methods related to them. The student has some difficulties in applying creative and future-oriented skills to generate innovative ideas in the development work based on the principles of responsible tourism business. The student participates in the contact lessons very passively and shows no analytical, reflective and critical approach in his/her activities.

The student has very limited understanding of profitability thinking and needs a lot of assistance and instructions in performing profitability calculations and ratios as well as financing figures. He/she has no clear perception of their meaning to a business. In addition, the sustainable pricing practices in the tourism field are not clear to him/her and he/she has many difficulties in applying different pricing methods to a given situation at hand. The student needs a lot of assistance and instructions when compiling a basic budget for a small company. The student has many challenges in performing the assignments according to the instructions.

Fail (0)

The student does not complete the assignments according to instructions or does not attend the learning situations at all. He/she does not pass the assignments and/or the exam as required.

Please note that there might be more specific assessment criteria for learning assignments which will be given at the beginning of the study unit.

 
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