North Highland College UHI

Full Time Hospitality Higher National Certificate

North Highland College UHI
In Caithness

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Important information

Typology HNC
Location Caithness (Scotland)
  • HNC
  • Caithness (Scotland)
Description

Full time over one academic session or part time over a longer period.

Facilities (1)
Where and when
Starts Location
On request
Caithness
Main Centre, Ormlie Road, Thurso, KW14 7EE, Highlands and Islands, Scotland
Starts On request
Location
Caithness
Main Centre, Ormlie Road, Thurso, KW14 7EE, Highlands and Islands, Scotland

To take into account

· Requirements

One Higher or experience working in Hotel industry

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What you'll learn on the course

Full Time

Course programme

HOSPITALITY Higher National Certificate
Qualification Higher National Certificate

SCQF level : 7

Availability
  • Dornoch
Start Annually in September

Duration One academic session or part time over a longer period

Career HND at other participating colleges

Curriculum areas
Hospitality

Course summary Full time over one academic session or part time over a longer period.

Course description
Who can join?
If you have one Higher or experience of working in the Hotel industry or a relevant SVQ such as Hospitality Multiskilled, Professional Cookery or Food Preparation and Cooking.

How do I attend?
The course is full time over one academic session or part time over a longer period.

What will I study?
The subjects studied are the same, whether you attend on a full time or part time basis. All areas of hospitality supervision are studied, for example housekeeping, reception and bar with more general subjects such as control systems.

This means attending Burghfield House Training Hotel, the first of its kind in Scotland.

How do I join?
Course Fees for Part Time Students

The units which count towards this qualification are available on an individual basis, making it possible for part time students to gather sufficient units to achieve the award, albeit over a longer period.

You may not have to pay any fees for these units if you qualify for a fee waiver, for instance if you are eligible for certain benefits. See the college's Fee Waiver Policy in the resources area of the website.

It is possible to use a current Individual Learning Account (ILA200) to pay for these units as you come to study them.

Part time students may also possible qualify for the ILA500, which is a £500 grant for students studying HNC, HND, Degree and taught Postgraduate courses. You must study units totally 40 Scottish Credit and Qualification Framework (SCQF) credits or more a year.


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