Becoming a Tour Guide: Principles of Guiding and Site Interpretation
Becoming a Tour Guide provides valuable guidance in establishing a career path in the industry. Packed with practical tips, useful advice and real-life case studies drawn from all the different areas of the industry, it tells you which jobs are most suited to your skills, how to develop those skills further, where to look for jobs and training and how to further your career once you've begun work. It finishes with a list of contact details of useful organizations and associations, as well as suggestions for further reading.
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