Diploma in Hotel ManagementLondon School of Management
The Diploma in Hotel Management aims to provide students with a broad understanding of the operational aspects of the international hotel industry, and a knowledge of the underlying principles involved.
Requirements: 1. 5 GCSEs including English and Maths or an equivalent qualification 2. Two ‘A’ levels in a subject related to business/management or an equivalent qualification 3. IELTS band 6 or above or other evidence of English language proficiency 4. Mature candidates without any formal qualifications but with appropriate work experience may also apply
Diploma in Hotel Management
43-47 New Broadway, W5 5AH, London, England
IMIS Higher Diploma
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Course taken: September 2013 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.
What you'll learn on the course
The hospitality industry is one of the largest industries in the world. Each year progressively more meals and bed nights are purchased, which is why the hotel industry is experiencing rapid growth. Customers are becoming ever more demanding in their requirements for high standards of service and facilities. It is only through organised and structured training that the industry can meet these expectations.
This programme has been devised on the basis that students will attend a course of study of not less than 450 hours. Private study will be required over and above this figure. Each of these modules has a two and a half hour examination, set and marked by CTH. Registration with CTH is mandatory and is the sole responsibility of the student.
- Food and Beverage Operations
- Food Hygiene, Health & Safety
- Front office Operations
- Facilities and Accommodation Operations
- Hospitality Finance
- Introduction to Business Operations
- The Tourism Industry
- Business Computing
- Understanding the Global Hospitality Industry
Study level: Professional/Academic/year 1 of UK university/NQF level 4
Commencement: September, January & July