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IATA Exam Information September 2011


IATA EXAMINATION SESSION DETAILS

Next Exam Date - In the week of Sept 5, 2011

Paper 1: 0900 – 1300 and Paper 2 – 1330 – 1630



All Travel and Tourism Students writing the Foundation Course will write Paper 1 and Paper 2 on this date.

Vancouver students will write at the Vancouver Campus and the Surrey students will write at the Surrey Campus.

Please note:Your practice exam will be activated by February 10, 2011 and remember that you only have one attempt at this exam so be sure to make lots of notes and tab your manuals accordingly.

Guidelines specific to the examination session are:

All students must use a ballpoint pen.

IATA Travel and Tourism examinations are Open Course Book format.

Only your IATA/UFTAA course study materials are allowed in the examination room.  

The IATA/UFTAA foldout map is not permitted.

No other external or supplementary references are allowed.  All notes and addendum updates must be made on the course contents pages.

Atlases, notebooks, loose paper notes (other than course content pages), diaries and agendas are not permitted in the examination room.

A non-programmable pocket calculator and a language dictionary are permitted.  Cell phone calculators are not permitted.  Also note, computers are not permitted during this exam.  Cell phones must be on silent and placed away from the exam area.

The IATA Foundation course examination will be based on course Edition 5.10

For those students who have been issued IATA kits version 5.9 please see the posting in Career Hunters under “Addendums IATA Exam” (please scroll down as the link is not at the top of the page) for the most current information to bridge the minor changes between version 5.9 and 5.10.   The file you will download is a zipped file (compressed file that will open to reveal 15 pdf documents).  To make the most of these available addendums please refer to the Reference Guide first as that will guide you through any further adjustments you may want to make to your manuals.
 

Permitted Materials are shown on the IATA website using the following link:

http://www.iata.org/training/Pages/travel-exams.aspx

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